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Table 1 Population details for all 26 populations sampled in this study

From: Western corn rootworm (Diabrotica virgifera virgifera) transcriptome assembly and genomic analysis of population structure

Population name State Year Source Diapause Response to Cry3Bb1 π
Jones IA 2011 Field Yes NA 0.0064
Plainview MN 2011 Field Yes NA 0.0063
Gayville SD 2011 Field Yes medium 0.0067
Humphrey NE 2011 Field Yes high 0.0061
Sherman 2 CO 2011 Field Yes NA 0.0063
North Mankato MN 2011 Field Yes medium 0.0065
Maynard IA 2011 Field Yes NA 0.0064
Kit Carson 2 CO 2011 Field Yes high 0.0063
Onslow IA 2011 Field Yes low 0.0066
Kit Carson 3 CO 2011 Field Yes medium 0.0065
Shell rock IA 2011 Field Yes medium 0.0063
Trent SD 2011 Field Yes low 0.0063
Adams IN 2012 Field Yes high 0.0058
Fillmore MN 2012 Field Yes NA 0.0057
Colfax NE 2012 Field Yes NA 0.0059
Moody SD 2012 Field Yes low 0.0057
Sherman 1 KS 2012 Field Yes medium 0.0058
Hansel IA 2012 Field Yes NA 0.0059
Kit Carson 1 CO 2012 Field Yes NA 0.0059
Knox IL 2012 Field Yes medium 0.0057
Hopkinton IA 2009 Lab No low 0.0056
Brookings (random mated) SD NA Lab No high 0.0055
Brookings (inbred) SD NA Lab No high 0.005
Seneca resistant KS 2005 Lab No low 0.0056
Seneca susceptible KS 2005 Lab No NA 0.0056
Waterman IL NA Lab Yes high 0.0063
  1. For each population the state of origin, year collected, source, diapause status, response to Cry3Bb1, and intra-population genetic diversity (π) are given. Diapause status indicates whether or not the population undergoes diapause. All non-diapause (“No”) populations derive this phenotype from the Brookings, SD source. All field sourced populations diapause. Response to Cry3Bb1 was determined by larval recovery data in single plant bioassays under laboratory conditions. Each population was reared on Cry3Bb1 expressing (treatment) and isoline (control) maize. Populations with at least 80% relative survival on treatment when compared to control were defined as low response, while medium response populations ranged between 20% and 80%, and high response populations were less than 20% relative survival. Missing data is indicated by NA.