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Table 1 Summary statistics for eight microsatellite loci and each population sample of Sardina pilchardus*

From: Relative role of life-history traits and historical factors in shaping genetic population structure of sardines (Sardina pilchardus)

Locus name   N A N S H E H o F IS
SAR1.5   41 22.03 0.944 0.834 0.158
SAR1.12   61 31.13 0.940 0.659 0.450
SAR2.18   41 24.72 0.949 0.775 0.009
SAR9   48 21.56 0.930 0.847 0.090
SAR19B3   60 28.84 0.956 0.562 0.403
SAR19B5   81 43.20 0.980 0.747 0.156
SARA2F   54 29.09 0.953 0.897 0.003
SARA3C   94 42.28 0.974 0.581 0.349
Location N N A N S H E H o F IS
Dakhla 50 31.0 28.65 0.950 0.808 0.151
Tantan 47 30.7 28.58 0.950 0.775 0.187
Safi 50 29.4 26.55 0.948 0.742 0.219
Larache 50 29.4 27.20 0.951 0.682 0.285
Quarteira 47 27.4 25.99 0.944 0.728 0.232
Pasajes 49 30.0 28.15 0.953 0.726 0.240
Nador 47 29.2 27.08 0.946 0.726 0.234
Barcelona 45 27.5 26.45 0.944 0.692 0.269
Kavala 48 29.1 27.19 0.948 0.758 0.203
  1. * N = population size; NA = total number of alleles per locus and mean number of alleles per population, respectively; NS = mean allelic richness standardized to the smallest sample size (42) using the rarefaction method of FSTAT 2.9.3 [66] per locus and population; mean expected (HE) and observed (HO) heterozygosities as well as mean FIS = Wright's statistics per locus and population. Bold FIS values are significant probability estimates after Bonferroni correction [69]