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Table 2 Diversity indices from sequences of cyt b and S7 intron.

From: Did glacial advances during the Pleistocene influence differently the demographic histories of benthic and pelagic Antarctic shelf fishes? – Inferences from intraspecific mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequence diversity

Cyt b L N PS Hd (S.D.) π (S.D.)
Trematomus bernacchi 468 10 9 0.482 (0.0719) 0.129% (0.115%)
Trematomus pennelli 500 3 2 0.1321 (0.0680) 0.025% (0.042%)
Pagothenia borchgrevinki 578 20 16 0.8770 (0.0532) 0.355% (0.228%)
Trematomus newnesi 483 13 15 0.9065 (0.0233) 0.687% (0.399%)
S7      
Trematomus bernacchi 307 8 7 0.5144 (0.0492) 0.201% (0.179%)
Trematomus pennelli 590 8 8 0.5180 (0.0609) 0.140% (0.112%)
Pagothenia borchgrevinki 456 13 9 0.8411 (0.0237) 0.3995% (0.258%)
Trematomus newnesi 299 7 9 0.7922 (0.0294) 0.741% (0.029%)
  1. Number of haplotypes (N) was determined from alignments of sequences of length (L) from the individuals examined. The number of polymorphic sites (PS) is given for each species as well as the haplotype diversity (Hd) and the nucleotide diversity (π).