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Table 2 Summary of the number of sequenced animals per population, average genome coverage, average nucleotide diversity, average ROH estimates (number, length) and maximum length of ROH per breed

From: Runs of homozygosity in Swiss goats reveal genetic changes associated with domestication and modern selection

Breed Number of animals Average genome coverage Average nucleotide diversity(π) Average number of ROH Average length of ROHa (kb) Maximum length of ROH (kb)
Appenzell goat (APZ) 24 18.76 1.43 × 10–3 1328 433 21,851
Grisons Striped goat (BST) 24 21.34 1.61 × 10–3 1174 321 21,564
Capra Grigia (CAG) 12 22.58 1.62 × 10–3 1376 246 23,157
Chamois Colored goat (GFG) 19 20.65 1.60 × 10–3 1321 292 20,806
Nera Verzasca (NER) 24 17.11 1.57 × 10–3 1436 299 33,837
Peacock goat (PFA) 24 20.26 1.59 × 10–3 1377 263 17,846
Saanen goat (SAN) 19 17.56 1.52 × 10–3 1382 361 33,602
St. Gallen Booted goat (STG) 24 16.95 1.51 × 10–3 1327 365 20,689
Toggenburg goat (TOG) 24 19.46 1.43 × 10–3 1375 427 23,486
Valais Blackneck goat (VAG) 23 25.97 1.46 × 10–3 1399 413 17,566
Bezoar goat (Capra aegagrus, BEZ) 9 11.55 1.81 × 10–3 2018 323 25,268
Total 226 19.60 1.72 × 10–3 1374 347 33,837
  1. aAverage number of segments estimated based on all segments per breed