Data from: Microsatellite analysis of genetic diversity and population structure of Arabian horse populations

 

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Title Khanshour et al_SupMat_Figure S1
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Description Comparisons among 15 microsatellite markers and the number of populations out of 14 for which any pair of markers shows significant LD at p<0.05
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Title Khanshour et al_SupMat_Figure S2
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Description Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium status in 14 populations and 15 loci. For the total markers together in each population, the Fisher’s method was used after Bonferroni correction to determine the significant deviation of a population from H-W equation. Population abbreviations could be seen in Table 1
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Title Khanshour et al_SupMat_Figure S3
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Description The FCA among all populations except the PZ (as generated by GENETIX). Each population was represented by its center of gravity point into 3D plot. Axis 1 accounts for 24.20% of the variation. Population abbreviations are found Table 1. The percentage of variance explained by each axis is found in the axes labels.
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Title Khanshour et al_SupMat_Figure S4
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Description ΔK distribution along of different values of clusters (K) for 11 populations depending on Evanno’s method (Evanno 2005) using Structure Harvester application.
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Title Khanshour et al_SupMat_Figure S5
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Description ΔK distribution along of different values of clusters (K) for ten populations depending on Evanno’s method (Evanno 2005) using Structure Harvester application.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Khanshour A, Conant E, Juras R, Cothran EG (2013) Microsatellite analysis of genetic diversity and population structure of Arabian horse populations. Journal of Heredity, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/est003

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Khanshour A, Conant E, Juras R, Cothran EG (2013) Data from: Microsatellite analysis of genetic diversity and population structure of Arabian horse populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vj4f7
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