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Table 2 Variation in mean allelic richness between large and small, and less-isolated and isolated populations of Prunus africana for the three data sets (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

Data set Population group Mean allelic richness Std Err Population group comparison p-value t-value DF
Combined Large 8.3755 0.1638 Large vs small 0.0201 3.14 6
  Small 7.4390 0.2495     
  Less-isolated 8.3370 0.2007 Less-isolated vs isolated 0.0425 2.57 6
  Isolated 7.4775 0.2680     
Adults Large 6.2143 0.1784 Large vs small 0.0919 2.00 6
  Small 5.6985 0.1855     
  Less-isolated 6.2923 0.1135 Less-isolated vs isolated 0.0118 3.57 6
  Isolated 5.6205 0.1500     
Seedlings Large 5.0490 0.1351 Large vs small 0.1539 1.63 6
  Small 4.6550 0.2002     
  Less-isolated 4.9343 0.1998 Less-isolated vs isolated 0.5813 0.58 6
  Isolated 4.7698 0.1994