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Table 3 Estimates of diversity for 20 nuclear microsatellites

From: Integrating phylogeographic patterns of microsatellite and mtDNA divergence to infer the evolutionary history of chamois (genus Rupicapra)

Species Subspecies n   P A PA Rs %He %Ho  
  parva 40 (11) 17 4.45 3 3.36 51.31 47.00  
R. pyrenaica pyrenaica 41 (26) 17 5.20 10 3.70 51.66 48.29  
  ornata 12 (12) 3 1.15 1 1.11 3.15 3.33  
  cartusiana 8 (8) 15 2.90 2 2.81 42.00 43.75  
  rupicapra W 20 (18) 19 4.85 3 3.87 58.13 52.75  
  rupicapra E 11 (11) 19 4.20 0 3.77 55.37 53.18  
R. rupicapra tatrica 10 (10) 15 2.45 0 2.25 33.39 32.50  
  carpatica 17 (10) 18 3.35 4 2.86 43.45 35.29 *
  balcanica 9 (3) 17 4.00 5 3.74 55.00 38.89 *
  asiatica 1 (1) 10 - 1 - - 52.63  
  caucasica 10 (6) 15 3.80 6 3.36 42.55 40.50  
  1. n, number of individuals analysed, in brackets individuals also typed for mtDNA; P, number of loci polymorphic; A, mean number of alleles; PA, number of private alleles; Rs: allelic richness (calculated based on a minimum sample size of 7 diploid individuals); Ho, observed heterozygosity; He, expected heterozygosity. *P < 0.001.