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Table 1 Genetic diversity of populations of T. tibetanus and T. himalayensis, with mitochondria DNA control sequences (mtDNA) and 7 nuclear microsatellite markers (STR)

From: Comparative phylogeography of two sister species of snowcock: impacts of species-specific altitude preference and life history

GroupmtDNAMicrosatellite
NnKhπ (%)Tajima’(p)Fu’s FS (p)NNAARHOHEFIS
Tetraogallus tibetanus
 BKL1160.550.350.06− 0.54 (0.13)− 1.59 (0.03)94.144.00.570.730.02
 WKL754.00.710.45− 0.99 (0.18)1.25 (0.71)74.144.10.570.720.02
 TGL29222.610.920.30− 1.37 (0.07)− 11.48 (0.00)339.436.60.470.690.19
 QDM14125.860.950.670.39 (0.67)− 1.98 (0.14)145.434.60.500.660.13
 QLS1993.170.890.36− 0.28 (0.41)− 1.72 (0.19)199.295.30.530.810.02
Tetraogallus himalayensis
 HETS1253.470.860.390.20 (0.61)1.146 (0.73)1915.455.570.050.710.74
 HWKL2496.450.910.73− 1.02 (0.14)1.43 (0.76)3624.298.710.120.830.69
 HWTS1053.110.870.350.43 (0.67)0.41 (0.60)1011.294.7100.710.67
 HQDM749.810.851.131.13 (0.91)3.38 (0.94)711.683.860.140.740.46
 HQLS956.390.830.74− 1.52 (0.06)1.81 (0.79)2319.436.860.100.770.70
 HPME531.400.800.16− 0.17 (0.46)0. 06 (0.31)1413.145.570.200.700.67
  1. N: sample size, n: number of haplotypes, K: average number of nucleotide differences, h: haplotype diversity, π: nucleotide diversity, NA: number of alleles per locus, AR: allelic richness, HO: observed heterozygosity, HE: expected heterozygosity, FIS: inbreeding coefficient