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Table 2 Genetic structure and genetic diversity of wild (W), planted (P) and recently domesticated (D) populations

From: Genetic diversity and domestication origin of tea plant Camellia taliensis(Theaceae) as revealed by microsatellite markers

Parameter   W P D P
W vs. P W vs. D P vs. D
NR absent All 9 40 44 <0.001** <0.001** 0.578
Sub 70/77 57 64 0.074 0.065 -
A All 4.400 (0.115) 4.911 (0.218) 4.993 (0.179) 0.026* 0.016* 0.401
Sub 4.624 (0.299)/4.604 (0.036) 5.302 (0.141) 5.185 (0.339) 0.099 0.126 -
H S All 0.583 (0.011) 0.606 (0.014) 0.634 (0.016) 0.191 0.017* 0.190
Sub 0.594 (0.009)/0.602 (0.018) 0.628 (0.013) 0.651 (0.030) 0.250 0.133 -
H O All 0.489 (0.013) 0.522 (0.027) 0.529 (0.026) 0.133 0.110 0.431
Sub 0.491 (0.014)/0.474 (0.009) 0.565 (0.060) 0.551 (0.051) 0.097 0.089 -
F is All 0.161 (0.044) 0.139 (0.075) 0.166 (0.065) 0.184 0.442 0.203
Sub 0.173 (0.067)/0.213 (0.058) 0.100 (0.071) 0.154 (0.054) 0.077 0.118 -
F st All 0.153 (0.010) 0.092 (0.019) 0.093 (0.011) 0.003** 0.010** 0.482
Sub 0.147 (0.027)/0.160 (0.039) 0.071 (0.020) 0.077 (0.019) 0.100 0.083 -
  1. NR, Number of rare alleles. All, comparisons performed between wild, planted and recently domesticated groups. Sub, means the subsample comparisons: YXP and LLP versus YXW and GSW, OJW and YJW versus OJD and YJD. Parameter means are followed by standard error in parentheses. Before ‘/’, there are values of YXW and GSW; and after it, there are values of OJW and YJW. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01.