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Table 1 Overview on Coregonus populations sampled in five countries

From: Genetic relationships between sympatric and allopatric Coregonus ciscoes in North and Central Europe

Population origin Country Species N AR FIS P Het
Lake Stechlin Germany C. albula 65 (67) 5.5 0.092 < 0.0001
Lake Stechlin Germany C. fontanae 57 (67) 5.4 0.163 < 0.0001
Lake Breiter Luzin Germany C. albula 25 (29) 5.2 0.082 0.0351
Lake Breiter Luzin Germany C. lucinensis 27 (30) 5.3 0.040 0.004
Lake Fegen Sweden C. albula AS 70 (70) 4.0 − 0.011 0.5799
Lake Fegen Sweden C. albula SS 79 (79) 3.4 0.023 0.1844
Lake Stora Hålsjön Sweden C. albula 50 (50) 4.6 − 0.005 0.8836
Lake Åsnen Sweden C. albula 40 (40) 3.5 − 0.008 0.7656
Baltic Sea (Kalix) Sweden C. albula 32 (32) 5.5 0.045 0.0569
Lake Vättern Sweden C. albula 32 (32) 5.4 0.018 0.0955
Lake Ińsko Poland C. albula 30 (30) 5.1 0.217 < 0.0001
Lake Miedwie Poland C. albula 31 (31) 5.7 0.102 0.0001
Lake Siecino Poland C. albula 30 (30) 5.4 0.028 0.0809
Lake Oulujärvi Finland C. albula 22 (32) 5.5 0.116 0.0011
Lake Jerisjärvi Finland C. albula 10 (19) 4.4 0.185 0.0013
Lake Puruvesi Finland C. albula 24 (32) 5.9 0.237 < 0.0001
River Yenisei Russia C. sardinella 13 (15) 6.3 − 0.003 0.5019
Lake Bolmen Sweden C. maraena 18 (18) 4.7 0.073 0.1363
Total    655 (703)    
  1. Lake or river origin, scientific name, sample size as number of individuals with no more than two loci missing (in brackets: number of individuals analysed in total) (N), mean allelic richness normalized to a sample size of N = 10 (AR), inbreeding coefficient (FIS), P-values for heterozygote deficits (P Het)
  2. AS autumn-spawner, SS spring-spawner