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Table 1 Estimates of nucleotide and haplotype diversity for the candidate genes BLZ1, BLZ2, BPBF and HvGAMYB

From: DNA polymorphisms and haplotype patterns of transcription factors involved in barley endosperm development are associated with key agronomic traits

Accession (sub)set1 No. of polymorphism Nucleotide diversity
(π × 10-3)
No. of haplotypes Haplotype diversity
(Hd)
  BLZ1
Total 20 5.6 8 0.65
AM 20 5.8 6 0.68
EA 19 6.0 7 0.77
EU 20 5.2 8 0.66
WANA 20 5.2 8 0.73
2-rowed 19 5.4 7 0.63
6-rowed 20 5.8 8 0.70
  BLZ2
Total 72 6.5 18 0.68
AM 27 6.0 4 0.65
EA 64 8.0 9 0.87
EU 67 4.0 9 0.38
WANA 56 6.3 9 0.80
2-rowed 58 1.8 9 0.23
6-rowed 68 5.9 16 0.86
  BPBF
Total 26 8.1 21 0.68
AM 22 9.1 4 0.60
EA 25 7.6 11 0.73
EU 23 7.7 14 0.62
WANA 21 8.9 8 0.77
2-rowed 23 7.4 14 0.56
6-rowed 25 8.7 14 0.77
  HvGAMYB
Total 45 2.4 18 0.74
AM 34 2.8 8 0.80
EA 30 1.8 8 0.64
EU 31 2.1 9 0.68
WANA 37 2.7 11 0.84
2-rowed 29 1.9 10 0.61
6-rowed 43 2.7 15 0.84
  1. 1: Diversity estimates for different geographic regions (AM: America, EA: East Asia, EU: Europe, WANA: West Asia and North Africa) and in two-rowed and six-rowed barleys are given