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Table 1 Comparison of genetic diversity estimates (averaged across 7 loci) between cohorts of Prunus africana populations (Note: Allelic richness per locus and population was based on a minimum sample size of 7 and 6 diploid individuals, respectively in adults and seedlings

From: Genetic structuring of remnant forest patches in an endangered medicinal tree in North-western Ethiopia

Population n Allelic richness HS F IS MNA
Adult Seedling Adult Seedling Adult Seedling Adult Seedling Adult Seedling
Bradi (L, C) 26 36 6.567 4.987 0.817 0.746 -0.010 -0.176 10.000 9.143
DarabaSigsi (L, C) 29 20 6.372 4.829 0.793 0.713 0.171 0.082 9.714 7.000
Demba (S, C) 25 30 6.045 4.479 0.758 0.716 0.006 -0.332 9.571 6.857
Dishi (S, I) 33 49 5.917 5.239 0.767 0.738 0.070 -0.002 9.000 9.571
Kambo (L, C) 44 28 6.185 5.442 0.768 0.739 0.096 -0.006 11.000 8.286
Metin (S, I) 12 10 5.209 4.338 0.732 0.654 0.027 -0.026 5.571 5.000
Temcha (S, I) 24 30 5.623 4.564 0.757 0.692 -0.06 -0.038 8.143 7.143
Wonse (L, I) 17 29 5.733 4.938 0.76 0.711 -0.24 0.001 7.571 8.000
Paired t-test (Adult-Seedling) p-value    <.0001 0.0001 0.2694 0.0433
t-value    7.89 7.54 1.2 2.46
DF    7 7 7 7
  1. Allelic richness values in this table represent mean values across loci at each population. Hs = gene diversity; FIS = inbreeding coefficient; MNA = mean number of alleles; n = sample size; L = large; C = less-isolated).