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Table 9 Long-term effective population size and growth based on microsatellite markers.

From: Gone with the currents: lack of genetic differentiation at the circum-continental scale in the Antarctic krill Euphausia superba

Population sample θ 95% C.I. Ne(+) 95% C.I. g 95% C.I
SG-1994 101.31 14.39-5,339 50,655 7,195-2,669,500 7.02 3.00-13.10
SG-1997 56.57 13.01-3,049 28,285 6,500-1,524,500 7.66 1.60-11.73
EI-2007 212.59 34.17-10,435 106,295 17,000-5,217,500 6.94 2.63-13.69
SS-2007 148.12 32.25-9,038 74,060 16,125-4,519,000 6.62 2.36-11.95
P-1997 36.38 7.09-428.43 18,190 3,545-214,215 3.20 0.77-10.47
R-1994 53.89 13.34-2,981 26,945 6,670-1,490,500 8.10 1.28-13.16
R-1995 23.54 7.17-1,792 11,770 3,585-896,000 2.65 0.60-11.34
R-1996 78.97 20.02-9,711 39,485 10,000-4,855,500 6.87 1.53-10.73
R-1997 23.10 7.66-3,742 11,554 3,830-1,871,000 0.95 -0.009-7.67
R-1999 60.58 8.43-2,815 30,290 4,215-1,407,500 6.40 1.46-13.19
  1. Estimates for θ (4Neμ, with Ne = effective population size and μ = nuclear mutation rate per generation) and g (rate of exponential growth) are reported together with their 95% confidence interval (95% C.I.).
  2. (+) Ne calculated assuming a mutation rate μ = 5 × 10-4.