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Fig. 2 | Genetics Selection Evolution

Fig. 2

From: Genomic diversity and population structure of the Leonberger dog breed

Fig. 2

Graphical representation of the genomic analyses of Leonberger dogs. a MDS plot of 1203 dogs showing no obvious subpopulations regardless of the geographical region of residence. b Correlation between inbreeding coefficients estimated from the pedigree data (F_PED) and the ROH analysis (F_ROH). Note that the dogs with unknown pedigrees (F_PED = 0) on the left side mostly show the same level of inbreeding as the dogs with known registered records. c Frequencies and counts of the different classes of ROH based on their length indicating both old and recent inbreeding. d Number of detected ROH per autosome (left y axis) and the proportion of chromosomes in a ROH (right y axis). e Manhattan plot showing the proportion of dogs sharing a SNP within a ROH across the 38 autosomes. Most dogs share a region on chromosomes 10 and 26

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