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Table 1 Genetic diversity indices of samples of stone marten from eight sites in Poland

From: Genetic diversity and structure related to expansion history and habitat isolation: stone marten populating rural–urban habitats

Region Site N A Ar Rare A A private H O H E/uH E Overall F IS HWE (p value)
Northeast NE1 58 3.57 2.98 22 0.00 0.47 0.47/0.47 − 0.003 0.4095
  NE2 95 4.33 3.40 31 0.33 0.50 0.52/0.52 0.049 0.0001
  NE3 25 3.86 3.45 19 0.14 0.53 0.53/0.54 0.010 0.1117
Central-east CE1 15 3.81 3.68 20 0.09 0.58 0.54/0.56 − 0.045 0.9519
  CE2 22 3.86 3.50 23 0.05 0.46 0.53/0.54 0.157 0.0000
Southeast SE1 14 3.90 3.80 15 0.09 0.54 0.57/0.59 0.083 0.0519
Southwest SW1 31 4.14 3.60 26 0.14 0.52 0.54/0.55 0.055 0.0393
Central-west NW1 12 3.43 3.43 10 0.00 0.50 0.50/0.53 0.032 0.1023
  1. N, number of samples; A, mean number of alleles per locus; Ar, allelic richness estimated by rarefaction based on a minimum sample size n = 12; Rare A, number of alleles with frequency ≤ 0.07 across all loci; A private, private alleles; H O, observed heterozygosity; uH E, unbiased expected heterozygosity. The p value cutoff after Bonferroni correction is 0.000027