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Table 2 Genetic diversity of A. thaliana in different world regions

From: The genetic structure of Arabidopsis thaliana in the south-western Mediterranean range reveals a shared history between North Africa and southern Europe

World region N PL H S R S R P
North America 6 66 0.266±0.013 1.66±0.03 0±0
Morocco 20 54 0.192±0.013 1.50±0.03 0±0
Iberia 181 95 0.315±0.011 1.78±0.02 0.015±0.004
British Isles 11 81 0.299±0.012 1.77±0.02 0.005±0.003
Central Europe 51 92 0.324±0.011 1.79±0.02 0.003±0.001
Fennoscandia 13 79 0.308±0.012 1.76±0.03 0.004±0.003
South Europe 7 72 0.284±0.013 1.72±0.03 0.003±0.003
East Europe 6 63 0.247±0.013 1.63±0.03 0±0
East Asia 8 73 0.279±0.012 1.72±0.03 0.001±0.000
Caucasus 10 71 0.276±0.013 1.70±0.03 0.005±0.003
Central Asia 8 79 0.298±0.011 1.78±0.03 0.007±0.005
Japan 12 73 0.277±0.012 1.70±0.03 0.002±0.001
  1. The following parameters are shown for world regions arranged from west to east: number of populations (N), percentage of polymorphic loci (PL), gene diversity (H S ), allelic richness (R S ) and private allelic richness (R P ) per locus. H S , R S and R P are mean values ± SE.