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Table 2 Descriptive genetic statistics for commercial varieties samples and feral populations.

From: Molecular differentiation of commercial varieties and feral populations of oilseed rape (Brassica napusL.)

Sample name Sample
Size
n a n e Polymorphic
Loci (%)
H O H E Number of
Genotypes
I nor
Commercial Varieties         
'Artus' 8 (15.78) 1.56 1.27 55.6 0.26 0.16 4 0.52
'Cannon' 8 (14.89) 2.00 1.49 66.7 0.31 0.27 7 0.92
'Columbus' 8 (16.00) 1.33 1.16 22.2 0.13 0.10 3 0.35
'Express' 8 (13.78) 1.63 1.26 50.0 0.17 0.17 3 0.35
'Falcon' 8 (15.56) 1.67 1.36 44.4 0.16 0.20 7 0.92
'Fornax' 8 (14.22) 2.38 1.67 87.5 0.25 0.32 8 1.00
'Gazelle' 8 (14.22) 1.25 1.16 25.0 0.13 0.10 2 0.18
'Honk' 8 (15.56) 1.78 1.40 22.2 0.08 0.15 8 1.00
'Idol' 8 (16.00) 1.11 1.11 11.1 0.11 0.06 1 0.00
'Impala' 8 (14.00) 1.63 1.53 62.5 0.24 0.30 8 1.00
'Karola' 8 (16.00) 2.11 1.54 88.9 0.21 0.31 7 0.92
'Lady' 8 (15.78) 1.78 1.25 66.7 0.13 0.18 4 0.52
'Lirajet' 8 (15.56) 1.67 1.51 44.4 0.29 0.24 5 0.67
'Mohican ' 8 (14.44) 1.44 1.25 44.4 0.14 0.15 3 0.47
'Panther' 5 (7.78) 2.33 1.82 100.0 0.39 0.55 5 1.00
'Phantom' 6 (9.11) 2.00 1.60 66.6 0.19 0.36 5 0.87
'Pronto' 8 (16.00) 1.56 1.52 55.6 0.43 0.28 4 0.64
'Synergy ' 8 (15.78) 2.67 1.65 100.0 0.42 0.39 7 0.35
'Zeus' 8 (14.00) 1.38 1.30 37.5 0.26 0.17 4 0.58
Average 7.74 1.75 1.41 55.33 0.23 0.23 5 0.65
Total 147       90 0.85
Feral Populations         
# 70 8 (14.67) 2.67 1.83 100.0 0.17 0.47 6 0.80
# 71 8 (15.33) 2.22 1.86 88.9 0.22 0.45 6 0.83
# 74 8 (12.44) 2.22 1.61 62.5 0.17 0.31 6 0.80
# 80 8 (14.67) 2.22 1.79 77.8 0.20 0.38 8 1.00
# 84 8 (15.56) 2.22 1.44 77.8 0.16 0.28 7 0.92
#118 8 (16.00) 2.44 1.64 88.9 0.19 0.35 8 1.00
#128 8 (16.00) 1.22 1.13 22.2 0.13 0.07 2 0.18
#154 8 (13.11) 1.63 1.37 50.0 0.34 0.21 4 0.58
Average 8 2.11 1.58 71.01 0.20 0.32 5.88 0.76
Total 64       47 0.84
13 Feral Genotypes         
(each of different origin) 13 4.89 2.74 100.0 0.31 0.58 13 1.00
Total 77       60 0.91
  1. n a = observed number of alleles; n e = effective number of alleles [51]; H O = observed heterozygosity; H E = Nei's [40] unbiased expected heterozygosity; Inor = normalized Shannon's Index [41, 42]. Sample size is given both as number of individuals analysed and (between bracket) as average number of data per locus. The incomplete genotyping is due to technical reasons.