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Table 4 Analysis of molecular variance (AMOVA) for 19 commercial varieties and eight feral populations of B. napus.

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

Source of Variation d.f. Sum of Squares Variance
Components
Percentage of Variation
a     
Among groups 1 86.469 0.360 (Va) 13.19
Among samples within groups 25 549.007 1.331 (Vb) 48.81
Among individuals within samples 184 215.258 0.134 (Vc) 4.90
Within individuals 211 190.500 0.903 (Vd) 33.10
Total 421 1041.235 2.727 (VT)  
Fixation Indices FIS = 0.129* FSC = 0.562** FCT = 0.132** FIT = 0.669**
b     
Commercial Varieties     
Among varieties 18 405.929 1.400 (V'a) 60.70
Among individuals within varieties 128 113.758 -0.018 (V'b) -0.79
Within individuals 147 136.000 0.925 (V'c) 40.09
Total 293 655.687 2.308 (V'T)  
Fixation Indices FIS = 0.020ns FST = 0.606** FIT = 0.599**  
Feral Populations     
Among populations 7 143.078 1.164 (V'a) 46.64
Among individuals within populations 56 101.500 0.480 (V'b) 19.25
Within individuals 64 54.500 0.852 (V'c) 34.11
Total 127 299.078 2.496 (V'T)  
Fixation Indices FIS = 0.361** FST = 0.466** FIT = 0.659**  
  1. For each group, total molecular variance is partitioned into three components: among groups (commercial varieties versus feral populations), among populations within groups and within populations.
  2. *P < 0.001, **P < 0.0001 (based on 100000 permutations).