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Table 1 List of breeds, their abbreviations and sample sizes as used in the study

From: Efficiency of different strategies to mitigate ascertainment bias when using SNP panels in diversity studies

Breed and abbreviation Array data (n) WGS data (n)
Commercial breeds:
 WL_A – White Leghorn line A 20a 10a
 BL_A – Rhode Island Red line A 20a 15a
 BL_D – White Rock line D 20a 15a
Wild populations:
 GGg – Gallus Gallus Gallus 10 (10) 10
 GGsc – Gallus Gallus spadiceus 9 (10) 9
European populations:
 ABwa – Barbue d’Anvers quail 10 (10) 10
 ARsch – Rumpless Araucana black 9 (11) 9
 BAsch – Rosecomb Bantam black 10 (10) 10
 BKschg – Bergische Crower 10 (22) 10
 DZgh – German Bantam gold partridge 10 (10) 10
 FZgpo – Booted Bantam millefleur 10 (10) 10
 HOxx – Dutch White Crested 10 (7) 10
 ITrh – Leghorn brown 10 (10) 10
 KAsch – Castilians black 9 (11) 9
 KRsch – Creeper black 10 (20) 10
 KRw – Creeper white 10 (20) 10
 LER11- White Leghorn line R11 9 (13) 9 (1)
 OMsschg - East Friesian Gulls silver penciled 10 (10) 10
 PAxx - Poland any colour 11 (12) 11
 SBsschs - Sebright Bantam silver 10 (10) 10
 WTs - Westphalian Chicken silver 10 (10) 10
Asian populations:
 ASrb – Aseel red mottled 10 (10) 10
 BHrg – Brahma gold 10 (10) 10
 CHgesch – Japanese Bantam black tailed buff 10 (12) 10
 CHschw – Japanese Bantam black mottled 10 (19) 10
 COsch – Cochin black 10 (11) 10
 DLIa – German Faverolles salmon 10 (10) 10
 KSgw – Ko Shamo black-red 9 (13) 9
 MAxx – Malay black red 10 (21) 10
 MRschk – Marans copper black 10 (10) 10
 NHL68 – New Hampshire line 68 9 (14) 9 (1)
 OFrbx – Orloff red spangled 10 (15) 10
 OHsh - Ohiki silver duckwing 10 (10) 10
 ORge - Orpington buff 10 (10) 10
 SAsch - Sumatra black 9 (11) 9
 SEw - Silkies white 10 (10) 10
 SHsch - Shamo black 9 (11) 9
 SNwsch - Sundheimer light 10 (10) 10
 TOgh - Toutenkou black breasted red 10 (11) 10
 WYw - Wyandotte white 10 (9) 10
 YOwr - Yokohama red saddled white 10 (10) 10
 ZCw - Pekin Bantam white 10 (10) 10
  1. n is number, in brackets () are additional individuals added to the population (not present in the other data type)
  2. acompletely different individuals in the two data sets