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Table 1 Polymorphism and summary statistics of the sequenced loci

From: Inferring the evolutionary histories of divergences in Hylobates and Nomascus gibbons through multilocus sequence data

Locus Chromosomea L (bp) S π (%) θw(%) Dxy (%)b
1 12q13.1 893 55 0.72 1.23 4.51
2 6p23 1056 77 1.01 1.46 3.63
3 5p15.2 836 45 0.92 1.08 3.58
4 20p12.3 985 44 0.67 0.89 3.05
5 5q23.3 872 56 0.99 1.28 1.98
7 19q12 887 53 1.10 1.12 4.29
8 16p12.3 688 45 1.19 1.30 2.83
10 4q24 771 36 0.52 0.94 2.58
12 17p12 757 56 1.51 1.47 3.97
13 5q12.1 802 55 1.31 1.44 3.40
15 14q23.2 783 53 1.06 1.34 4.03
16 9p23 798 49 1.11 1.22 3.40
20 10p11.21 664 47 1.43 1.43 4.71
21 17p12 709 42 0.86 1.18 4.60
  1. L is the averaged sequence length; S is the number of polymorphic sites; π and θw are two standard diversity indices calculated across 44 gibbon individuals. aThe chromosomal location according to the human genome; bDxy is the average pairwise divergence per site [56] compared to chimpanzees [57].