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Table 2 Frequencies of MAOALPR alleles in baboons (Papio spp.)

From: Insights into the genetic foundation of aggression in Papio and the evolution of two length-polymorphisms in the promoter regions of serotonin-related genes (5-HTTLPR and MAOALPR) in Papionini

    Total number of allelesa Allele frequencies
   Number of individuals pap8 pap9 pap10
Species Population N Females Males N Freq. N Freq. N Freq.
Guinea baboons
(P. papio)
Total 26 13 13 39    39 100.0 %   
West 19 9 10 28    28 100.0 %   
East 7 4 3 11    11 100.0 %   
Hamadryas baboons
(P. hamadryas)
Total 24 8 16 32 5 15.6 % 27 84.4 %   
African 12 4 8 16 5 31.3 % 11 68.8 %   
Arabian 12 4 8 16    16 100.0 %   
Olive baboons
(P. anubis)
Total 18 8 10 26 12 46.2 % 11 42.3 % 3 11.5 %
West African 8 2 6 10    10 100.0 %   
East African 10 6 4 16 12 75.0 % 1 6.3 % 3 18.8 %
Yellow baboons
(P. cynocephalus)
Total 13 4 9 17 9 52.9 % 4 23.5 % 4 23.5 %
North 8 3 5 11 8 72.7 % 2 18.2 % 1 9.1 %
South 5 1 4 6 1 16.7 % 2 33.3 % 3 50.0 %
Chacma baboons
(P. ursinus)
Total 17 3 14 20 13 65.0 % 7 35.0 %   
South Africa 5 2 3 7    7 100.0 %   
Moremi 12 1 11 13 13 100.0 %     
Total   98 36 62 134 39 29.1 % 88 65.7 % 7 5.2 %
  1. a MAOA is located on the X-chromosome