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Table 2 Population genetic descriptive statistics of the four inversion polymorphisms in wild Australian zebra finches

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

Chromosome Genotype Heterozygosity (95 % CI) Genotype counts Allele frequency HWE test
Males Females
Tgu5 AA 0.131 (0.0855, 0.178) 154 192 0.595 X2 1 = 1.99, P = 0.16
AB 0.689 (0.644, 0.737) 232 204   Heteroz. deficit
BB 0.0523 (0.0263, 0.0855) 82 84 0.405  
Tgu11 AA 0.0790 (0.000, 0.158) 124 143 0.526 X2 1 = 0.40, P = 0.53
AB 0.493 (0.368, 0.605) 245 218   Heteroz. deficit
BB 0.214 (0.105, 0.342) 99 119 0.474  
Tgu13 AA 0.180 (0.119, 0.240) 129 128 0.525 X2 1 = 0.28, P = 0.59
AB 0.469 (0.411, 0.527) 243 238   Heteroz. excess
BB 0.170 (0.117, 0.216) 96 114 0.475  
TguZ a AA/AW 0.162 (0.103, 0.230) 140 266 0.596 X2 3 = 4.42, P = 0.22
AB 0.592 (0.521, 0.639) 174 0   Heteroz. excess
BB/BW 0.0657 (0.0395, 0.0953) 36 155 0.33  
AC 0.555 (0.496, 0.596) 38 0   
BC 0.294 (0.265, 0.332) 19 0   
CC/CW 0.108 (0.0868, 0.143) 4 29 0.074  
Untyped   57 30   
  1. Heterozygosity is the average heterozygosity (across all 152 + 38 + 163 + 383 genotyped SNPs within the inversions) of all individuals within the respective principal component analysis score cluster. Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium (HWE) was tested using a chi-square test with the indicated degrees of freedom
  2. aHeterozygosity data taken from males only
  3. CI confidence interval