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Table 3 Analysis of the heterozygote ratio and factors that influenced the domestication history of five plants

From: Comparative population genomics reveals the domestication history of the peach, Prunus persica, and human influences on perennial fruit crops

Plants

Free recombination effects in independent assortment

Mutation effects

Result of human actions and natural effects on heterozygosity in cultivated group

Mating system

Mode of reproduction

Lifespan

Population size

Self-compatibility

Self-incompatibility

Grafting

Seedling

Short

Long

Small

Large

Apple, cherry

 

↑↑

  

 

Rice, soybean

↓↓

  

↑↑

  

↑↑

Peach

↓↓

 

  

 

↓↓↓

  1. Up arrows represent 'increases', down arrows represent 'decreases' and the thickness of the arrows indicates the intensity of different factors that affect the heterozygote ratio in five plants.