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Table 2 Genetic diversity parameters of 415 tea accessions in Guizhou Plateau

From: Genetic diversity, linkage disequilibrium, and population structure analysis of the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) from an origin center, Guizhou plateau, using genome-wide SNPs developed by genotyping-by-sequencing

  Group Number of tested tea accessions PPL GD Ho PIC
Cultivation Type Wild Type Total
Region Ia 106 62 168 0.302(0.007) 0.262(0.003) 0.273(0.004) 0.218(0.002)
Ib 42 9 51 0.286(0.009) 0.249(0.004) 0.235(0.004) 0.207(0.002)
Ic 19 38 57 0.258(0.009) 0.239(0.003) 0.231(0.004) 0.199(0.003)
II 57 26 83 0.276(0.007) 0.250(0.003) 0.237(0.004) 0.208(0.002)
III 19 22 41 0.267(0.010) 0.230(0.004) 0.209(0.004) 0.192(0.002)
IV 7 3 10 0.291(0.013) 0.230(0.004) 0.222(0.004) 0.188(0.003)
Growth habits Cultivation Type 255 0.298(0.004) 0.253(0.003) 0.259(0.004) 0.210(0.002)
Wild Type 160 0.264(0.006) 0.225(0.003) 0.229(0.004) 0.190(0.002)
Total 415 2.000(0.000) 0.257(0.003) 0.247(0.004) 0.214(0.002)
  1. PPL The percentage of polymorphic loci, GD Genetic diversity, Ho Observed heterozygosity, PIC Polymorphism information content, Pure Wild Type, Admixed Wild Type and Pure Cultivation Type were groups based on STRUCTURE at K = 2 using 415 tea accessions
  2. Ia Area with a good suitable climate for tea plant growth in North, Guizhou, Ib Area with a good suitable climate for tea plant growth in East, Guizhou, Ic Area with a good suitable climate for tea plant growth in South, Guizhou; II, Area with a suitable climate for tea plant growth in center, Guizhou; III, Area with a minor suitable climate for tea plant growth in West, Guizhou; IV, Area with an unsuitable climate for tea plant growth in West, Guizhou