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Table 4 Effective population size estimates and tests for population bottleneck events

From: Evidence of temporal stability in allelic and mitochondrial haplotype diversity in populations of Glossina fuscipes fuscipes (Diptera: Glossinidae) in northern Uganda

  Effective population size Bottleneck
Population Ne (Jorde/Ryman) 95 % CI Ne (LD) 95 % CI Mean HE TPM P-value Mode shift
KT-0 Infinite 78.6-Infinte 0.6240 0.470 Normal L-shaped
KT-22 103 73–138 315.4 114.5-Infinite 0.6332 0.161 Normal L-shaped
OC-0 101.6 36.4-Infinite 0.5564 0.042 Normal L-shaped
OC-27 962 669–1309 171.9 91.8–789.2 0.5722 0.137 Normal L-shaped
AM-0 197.7 68.4-Infinite 0.5445 0.149 Normal L-shaped
AM-27 448 306–615 356.5 142.8-Infinite 0.5477 0.008** Shifted mode
KR-0 62.3 52.5–75.4 0.6806 0.666 Normal L-shaped
KR-35 468 359–590 83.0 72.2–96.7 0.6274 0.316 Normal L-shaped
AP-0 Infinite 43.7-Infinite 0.5901 0.609 Normal L-shaped
AP-48 691 491–924 Infinite 536.8-Infinite 0.5898 0.137 Normal L-shaped
KO-0 252.9 43.3-Infinte 0.6324 0.202 Normal L-shaped
KO-29 363 258–485 382.7 122.0-Infinite 0.6250 0.039 Normal L-shaped
AR-0 Infinite 80.8-Infinite 0.6825 0.217 Normal L-shaped
AR-52 816 593–1074 1379.8 209.7-infinite 0.6663 0.248 Normal L-shaped
PD-0 51 23.5-Infinite 0.6671 0.372 Normal L-shaped
PD-52 759 551–998 527.6 116.4-infinite 0.6134 0.510 Normal L-shaped
MY-0 2504.2 55.2-Infinite 0.6380 0.410 Normal L-shaped
MY-38 313 227–412 349.0 129.5-Infinite 0.6126 0.353 Normal L-shaped
  1. Population codes are shown and the number of generations since first sampling, effective population size estimates (Ne) and 95 % confidence intervals (CI), and mean HE as well as the probability value from a bottleneck test. Ne was calculated using two methods; the moments based temporal method of Waples [45] based on Jorde and Ryman [46], and the Linkage Disequilibrium model (LD). Significance of tests for population bottlenecks assumed the two-phase mutation model (TPM) and is displayed as a p-value based on 1-tailed Wilcoxon's test, bold indicates P < 0.05, bold** indicates significance after Benjamini-Hochberg multiple testing correction (P < 0.03889)