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Table 2 Estimation of genetic differentiation and distance

From: SNP genotyping reveals genetic diversity between cultivated landraces and contemporary varieties of tomato

Predefined groups Cherry Fresh   Landraces   Processing Wild
Cherry   0.16**   0.29**   0.12** 0.46 **
Fresh 0.04    0.11**   0.11** 0.60 **
Landraces 0.07 0.03     0.25** 0.69 **
Processing 0.03 0.02   0.06    0.58 **
Wild 0.25 0.34   0.39   0.32  
Structure Groups C1 F1 F2 L1 L2 P1 W1
C1   0.24** 0.24** 0.37** 0.33** 0.17** 0.49**
F1 0.07   0.11** 0.19** 0.17** 0.12** 0.62**
F2 0.06 0.03   0.24** 0.18** 0.16** 0.59**
L1 0.10 0.04 0.05   0.07** 0.28** 0.69**
L2 0.10 0.03 0.05 0.01   0.21** 0.69**
P1 0.04 0.03 0.04 0.07 0.05   0.57**
W1 0.26 0.36 0.33 0.38 0.39 0.31  
  1. Pairwise estimates of Fst and Nei’s standard genetic distance (Dst) between predefined groups or between groups of tomato accessions as inferred by the Bayesian analysis implemented in the Structure software.
  2. Above the diagonal is the pairwise estimate of Fst, while Dst appears below the diagonal. Global Fst was 0.19 (P < 0.01) within the four tomato groups and 0.26 (P < 0.01) within the Structure groups. The P value for the estimated Fst was calculated using 10,000 permutations (**: P < 0.01).