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Table 6 Contributions of geographical breed groups to diversity according to Caballero and Toro[20] and Fabuel et al.[35]

From: Analysis of conservation priorities of Iberoamerican cattle based on autosomal microsatellite markers

Group f ii DNei 1Contrib to f 1Contrib to D GDT|i 1loss/gain (%) 1PCweighted 2PCunweighted
Creole1 0.254 0.051 0.010 0.041 0.795 0.0 5.109 7.597
Creole2 0.228 0.038 0.007 0.029 0.795 0.0 3.587 7.715
Creole3 0.297 0.075 0.003 0.012 0.795 0.0 1.425 7.418
Creole4 0.262 0.061 0.004 0.014 0.795 0.0 1.786 7.619
Creole5 0.228 0.039 0.012 0.051 0.795 0.0 6.300 7.733
Creole6 0.183 0.041 0.012 0.073 0.790 -0.6 9.046 8.174
Iberian1 0.253 0.041 0.038 0.142 0.801 0.8 17.569 7.507
Iberian2 0.246 0.039 0.028 0.106 0.798 0.4 13.117 7.552
Iberian3 0.271 0.061 0.006 0.023 0.795 0.0 2.895 7.533
Iberian4 0.233 0.043 0.043 0.183 0.796 0.1 22.623 7.716
British 0.247 0.051 0.012 0.048 0.794 -0.1 5.892 7.667
Continental Europe 0.243 0.044 0.011 0.044 0.795 0.0 5.392 7.626
Indicine 0.272 0.127 0.007 0.042 0.787 -1.0 5.258 8.144
  1. Average coancestries (fii) and Nei’s genetic distances (DNei), contributions to global coancestry (f) and to average Nei’s distance (D), global coancestry (GDT|i) and proportional loss or gain in genetic diversity after removing each breed group, proportional contributions (PC) to a pool of maximum genetic diversity weighted and unweighted by sample sizes are shown; values for the five breed groups with the highest contributions are shown in bold, except for GDT|i and loss/gain for which only the two highest values; breeds in each group are defined in Table 1; 1average coancestries weighted by sample sizes; 2average coancestries estimated by ignoring sample sizes; mean coancestry within-groups, f = 0.241; mean Nei’s minimum distance in the metapopulation, D = 0.055; mean coancestry in the metapopulation, f = 0.205; global genetic diversity of the metapopulation, GDT = 0.795.