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Table 1 Overview on Coregonus populations analysed

From: Testing the devil’s impact on southern Baltic and North Sea basins whitefish (Coregonus spp.) diversity

Population origin Species N AN AR FIS P Het
Contemporary populations       
O1_Lake Selenter C. maraenoides 30 8.8 5.4 0.099 < 0.0001
O1_Lake Keller C. maraenoides 24 7.6 4.8 0.188 < 0.0001
O1_Lake Poenitzer C. maraenoides 32 7.8 5.0 0.147 < 0.0001
O1_Lake Schaal C. maraenoides 50 9.8 5.2 0.159 < 0.0001
O2_Lake Peipsi C. maraenoides 18 7.0 4.9 0.048 0.033
O3_Lake Drewitz C. holsatus 20 5.5 3.9 0.134 0.002
O4_Achterwasser C. maraena 24 7.0 4.7 0.057 0.001
O4_River Schlei C. maraena 20 6.1 4.2 0.041 0.025
O4_River Trave C. maraena 30 7.3 4.9 −0.004 0.617
O5_Oulu (Baltic Sea) C. widegreni 25 9.0 5.5 0.072 < 0.0001
O6_River Treene C. cf. maraena 20 6.2 4.4 0.072 0.007
O7_Lake Constance_Blaufelchen C. wartmanni 7 3.8 3.4 0.060 0.222
O7_Lake Constance_Sandfelchen C. arenicolus 9 3.5 3.1 0.029 0.119
O7_Lake Constance_Weißfisch C. macrophthalmus 16 4.2 3.3 0.165 < 0.0001
O7_Lake Constance_Gangfisch C. macrophthalmus 18 5.2 3.8 0.270 < 0.0001
Historical samples       
O8_Lakes Schaal, Selenter C. holsatus 4     
O9_Rivers Rhine, Schelde C. oxyrinchus 14     
Total   361     
  1. Origin O1-O7: contemporary, origin O8-O9 historical whitefish (Coregonus) populations. Lake or river origin, scientific name, sample size (N), mean number of alleles (AN,), mean allelic richness normalized to a sample size of N = 7 (AR), inbreeding coefficient (FIS), P-values for heterozygote deficits (P Het)