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Table 1 Estimates of nucleotide diversity in mosquitoes (), obtained from different source populations, numbers of loci sequenced (N loci) and sample sizes (N).

From: High, clustered, nucleotide diversity in the genome of Anopheles gambiae revealed through pooled-template sequencing: implications for high-throughput genotyping protocols

Species Source of sequenced samples N loci N Study
An. gambiae ss mixed wild population (M) 8 203 0.0208 [30]
  mixed wild population (M) 142 203 0.0043 [30]
  single wild population (M) 109 8 0.0076 [10]
  mixed wild populations (M) 660 104 0.0079 Present study
  3 lab strains (M) 35 7–9 0.0091 [11]
  mixed wild populations (S) 8 223 0.0191 [30]
  mixed wild populations (S) 142 223 0.0043 [30]
  mixed wild population (S) 109 9 0.0092 [10]
  mixed wild populations (S) 660 104 0.0082 Present study
An. arabiensis single wild population 22 23 0.0040 [30]
  lab population1 109 8 0.0064 [10]
An. funestus single wild population 50 21 0.0079 [31]
Ae. aegypti 3 lab strains 25 n/a 0.0122 [32]
  1. 1recently colonised from field without dramatic bottleneck [10]; 2centromeric X-chromosome loci; 3average N across loci; 4single pool of DNA: corrected for elevated Type II error rate.