Table 1

Genetic diversity of each population.

Location

N

HE

HO

FIS

Â20 ± SD

UAN


OV

21

0.489

0.498

0.009

4.76±0.089

1

RE

29

0.587

0.401

0.336b

6.28±0.303

3

LG

48

0.420

0.342

0.197b

5.12±0.335

1

VN

94

0.583

0.509

0.132b

4.52±0.415

1

RL

48

0.571

0.377

0.349b

5.04±0.358

2

ML

48

0.486

0.388

0.213b

3.44±0.434

0

MG

96

0.457

0.437

0.050

4.20±0.200

2

TJ

96

0.381

0.346

0.096a

4.16±0.297

1

RM

48

0.580

0.318

0.460b

4.48±0.303

0

RF

48

0.410

0.380

0.083

3.44±0.219

0

TV

48

0.433

0.361

0.177b

3.44±0.434

1

LX

44

0.323

0.218

0.335b

3.08±0.228

0


a <0.05 and b <0.001 using 10,000 permutations. Codes correspond to locations in Figure 1 and are ordered from north to south, bold letters are extinct populations; N, sample sizes; HO and HE, observed and expected heterozygosity; FIS, inbreeding coefficient with significant values. Â20, mean allelic richness normalized to the smallest sample size; SD, standard deviation of Â20; UAN, unique allelic number.

Nicastro et al. BMC Biology 2013 11:6   doi:10.1186/1741-7007-11-6

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