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Table 3 Number of alleles observed for each locus, and the allele with the maximum frequency observed in the population of An. culicifacies species A

From: Analysis of population genetic structure of Indian Anopheles culicifacies species A using microsatellite markers

Microsatellite markers ACA11B5 ACA59 ACAVB93 ACAVIIB46 ACAVIB213 ACA61 ACAVB93A ACAVIIIB40
Total number of alleles observed 7 7 + 1* 9 4 17 10 4 8
Populations Alleles with maximum frequency (allelic frequency)
Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) N = 23 104* (0.68) 206 (0.69) 140 (0.44) 134 (0.9) 100 (0.21) 200 (0.47) 110 (0.9) 112 (0.9)
Bijapur (Karnataka) N = 24 106 (0.4) 206 (0.84) 140 (0.6) 134 (0.72) 118 (0.2) 200 (0.25) 110 (0.75) 114 (0.48)
Sonepat (Haryana) N = 28 106 (0.45) 206 (0.74) 140 (0.68) 137 (0.72) 100 (0.35) 198 (0.27) 112 (0.55) 114 (0.72)
Kheda (Gujarat) N = 17 106 (0.44) 206 (0.81) 140 (0.38) 137 (0.66) 112 (0.24) 200 (0.39) 110 (0.74) 114 (0.62)
Jodhpur (Rajasthan) N = 11 104 (0.64) 206 (0.5) 130 (0.29) 134 (0.9) 112(0.26) 114 (0.26) 200 (0.5) 108 (0.74) 106 (0.26)
  1. * Allele that had maximum frequency, Number in parenthesis is the frequency of the allele observed in the population.