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Table 1 Genetic diversity measures for wolves ( Canis lupus ) from the central coast of British Columbia, Canada

From: Population genetic structure of gray wolves (Canis lupus) in a marine archipelago suggests island-mainland differentiation consistent with dietary niche

Locus #AllelesMA/IS HoMA HeMA P-value + S.E. MA FISMA HoIS HeIS P-value + S.E. IS FISIS
FH2054 6/8 0.465 0.595 0.016 + (0.0035) 0.220 0.456 0.720 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.368
FH2001 6/10 0.432 0.715 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.399 0.789 0.811 0.022 + (0.0069) 0.028
FH2096 4/3 0.318 0.334 0.171 + (0.0081) 0.047 0.592 0.502 0.276 + (0.0054) -0.180
FH2010 3/6 0.211 0.319 0.023 + (0.0018) 0.342 0.355 0.538 0.000 + (0.0004) 0.342
FH2088 5/5 0.614 0.694 0.106 + (0.0050) 0.116 0.761 0.726 0.071 + (0.0054) -0.049
FH2422 8/7 0.561 0.828 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.325 0.574 0.734 0.000 + (0.0001) 0.220
PEZ06 9/9 0.421 0.811 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.484 0.409 0.831 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.510
PEZ19 3/3 0.371 0.550 0.028 + (0.0021) 0.328 0.362 0.585 0.003 + (0.0005) 0.384
PEZ 15 8/12 0.605 0.796 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.243 0.452 0.755 0.000 + (0.0000) 0.403
FH3725 6/5 0.636 0.683 0.000 + (0.0001) 0.068 0.647 0.702 0.000 + (0.0002) 0.079
MEAN 5.8/6.8 0.463 0.632   0.264 0.539 0.690   0.211
  1. Genetic variation across 10 microsatellite loci for individuals from mainland (MA, n = 44) and island (IS, n = 72) areas.
  2. He values are calculated with correction for uneven samples sizes (Nei [32]).
  3. *Bold font indicates significant p-values.