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Table 1 Cytoype frequency in weedy rice populations and potential sources in Oryza

From: Genomic patterns of nucleotide diversity in divergent populations of U.S. weedy rice

  Cytotype*      
Population N.N.D N.N.N D.N.N N.D.D D.D.D D.D.N
BHA1 0.60 . . 0.20 0.13 0.07
BHA2 0.71 . . 0.29 . .
BRH . . . . . 1
SH . . . . . 1
aus . . 0.50 0.17 . 0.33
indica 0.20 . . 0.20 . 0.60
tropical japonica 0.63 0.13 . 0.13 . 0.13
U.S. cultivars 1 . . . . .
O. rufipogon 0.07 . . 0.37 0.03 0.53
  1. * Data from three markers combined to generate single cytotype in the following order: cpDNA Orf100, mtDNA SSV500, and mtDNA SSV39. Length variants were scored as N, indicating non-deletion, and D, indicating deletion; D.D.N is reported to be most common cytotype in indica and N.N.D in japonica [47].