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Table 6 Effective population size and genetic drift in the samples

From: Temporal genetic structure in a poecilogonous polychaete: the interplay of developmental mode and environmental stochasticity

  MLNE (95% CI) MBT (95% CI) MLNEopen (95% CI) Mean Fs’ (SE) between temporal samples
FIA 08-10     FIA 08-09 0.0036 (0.0043)
217.4 (107–2894) 144.9 (68–721) 63.3 (47–93) FIA 09-10 0.0110 (0.0023)
FIF 08-10     FIF 08-09 0.0147 (0.0066)
186.2 (97–1077) 142.6 (62–1654) 42.7 (32–59) FIF 09-10 0.0202 (0.0071)
DKV 08-10     DKV 08-09 0.0105 (0.0105)
176.8 (118–314) 169.0 (81–715) 52.2 (39–72) DKV 09-10 0.0166 (0.0056)
DKR 09-10      
213.3 (97–2989) 80.6 (60–267) 42.5 (31–64) DKR 09-10 0.0187 (0.0116)
DKH 08-10      
355.5 (134-inf) 82.8 (45–201) 45.5 (29–73) DKH 08-10 0.0166 (0.0093)
NET 09-11     NET 09-10 0.0077 (0.0301)
142.1(103–208) 58.0 (37–94) 43.7 (34–57) NET 10-11 0.0635 (0.0297)
UK 09-10      
1117.8 (170-inf) 660.6 (109-inf) 89.7 (57–168) UK 09-10 0.0005 (0.0041)
  1. Estimates of effective population size (Ne) and their 95% confidence intervals (inf = infinite) calculated with different methods (see text for more information). Mean Fs’ (SE = standard error) is the observed allele frequency change (i.e. drift) between the temporal samples (from analysis with TempoFs).