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Table 4 Summary of the analysis of molecular variance (AMOVA).

From: Historical spatial range expansion and a very recent bottleneck of Cinnamomum kanehiraeHay. (Lauraceae) in Taiwan inferred from nuclear genes

Source of variation df S.S. Variance component % variation Fixation indices Pvalue
(1) 4 regions
Chs
Among regions 3 39.775 0.091 1.76 ΦCT = 0.01757 0.10362
Among populations within regions 15 110.731 0.255 4.92 ΦSC = 0.05010 0.03715*
Within populations 191 922.56 4.83 93.32 ΦST = 0.06679 0.008*
Total 209 1073.07 5.176 100   
Lfy
Among regions 3 38.162 0.181 9.07 ΦCT = 0.09071 0.06843
Among populations within regions 15 74.078 0.416 20.89 ΦSC = 0.22976 < 0.00001*
Within populations 151 210.737 1.396 70.04 ΦST = 0.29963 < 0.00001*
Total 169 322.976 1.993 100   
(2) E and W
Chs
Among regions 1 29.693 0.23 4.36 ΦCT = 0.04364 0.00978*
Among populations within regions 17 120.813 0.214 4.05 ΦSC = 0.04239 0.04203*
Within populations 191 922.56 4.83 91.58 ΦST = 0.08418 0.00489*
Total 209 1073.067 5.274 100   
Lfy
Among regions 1 35.415 0.35925 16.95 ΦCT = 0.16951 0.01075*
Among populations within regions 17 76.824 0.36443 17.2 ΦSC = 0.20706 < 0.00001*
Within populations 151 210.737 1.39561 65.85 ΦST = 0.34147 < 0.00001*
Total 169 322.976 2.11929    
(3) Three western regions
Chs
Among regions 2 10.082 -0.16840 -2.98 ΦCT = -0.02983 0.95205
Among populations within regions 9 90.017 0.46911 8.31 ΦSC = 0.08068 0.02513*
Within populations 125 668.178 5.34543 94.67 ΦST = 0.05326 0.02811*
Total 136 768.277 5.64613    
Lfy
Among regions 2 2.747 -0.04460 -3.91 ΦCT = -0.3910 0.67097
Among populations within regions 9 22.460 0.19358 16.97 ΦSC = 0.16330 < 0.00001*
Within populations 88 87.283 0.99186 86.94 ΦST = 0.13058 < 0.00001*
Total 99 112.490 1.14083    
  1. * Statistically significant (P < 0.05)
  2. Three comparisons for the AMOVA were made for both Chs and Lfy loci: (1) four geographic regions as defined by Lin et al. [35], (2) the eastern (E) and western (W) parts separated by the Central Mountain Range (CMR), and (3) the three geographic regions west of the CMR