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Table 1 Description of the four large linkage blocks (resulting from inversion polymorphisms) on chromosomes Tgu5, Tgu11, Tgu13, and TguZ and the two smaller and less certain ones on chromosomes Tgu26 and Tgu27 found in wild Australian zebra finches

From: Fitness consequences of polymorphic inversions in the zebra finch genome

Chromosome Inversion type SNP ID Position (bp) Maximal r2 n SNPs
Tgu5 Pericentric WZF00178137 962,370 0.996 152
WZF00169812 16,503,169 0.184
Tgu11 Paracentric WZF00035574 86,193 0.187 38
WZF00031807 12,290,125 0.985
Tgu13 Paracentric WZF00041237 150,262 0.904 163
WZF00041448 16,906,706 0.130
TguZ Pericentric WZF00231767 5,913,912 0.285 383
WZF00239958 68,830,532 0.261
Tgu26 Unknown WZF00114713 657,240 0.101 16
WZF00114507 2,710,851 0.244
Tgu27 Unknown WZF00115125 358,632 0.133 23
WZF00114985 3,097,302 0.553
  1. Inversions on chromosomes Tgu5 and TguZ had been previously found cytogenetically [45, 48, 50]. Centromere positions were taken from Knief and Forstmeier [57] and Warren et al. [56]. For each chromosome, we list the first and the last SNP (SNP ID is our SNP name) that is in LD with the LD region (defined as composite LD r2 > 0.1) and we indicate each SNP’s maximal value. n SNPs is the number of SNPs genotyped and contributing to the LD region