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Table 4 Characterization of the 22 microsatellite loci

From: Development and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci for spiny-footed lizards, Acanthodactylus scutellatus group (Reptilia, Lacertidae) from arid regions

  A. aureus A. longipes A. dumerili/senegalensis A. scutellatus A. taghitensis
Pop1 Pop2   Pop1 Pop2   Pop1 Pop2  
N He Ho N He Ho N alleles Size range in bp N He Ho N He Ho N alleles Size range in bp N He Ho N He Ho N alleles Size range in bp N N alleles Size range in bp N N alleles Size range in bp
Ac1 20 0.63 0.70 17 0.70 0.59 5 251–267 14 0.25 0.14 21 0.25 0.24 3 271–279 24 0.22 0.25 18 0.29 0.28 4 267–279 2 2 267–271 1 1 263
Ac4 21 0.88 0.76 16 0.89 1.00 16 230–275 6 0.67 0.00 5 0.74 0.20 5 278–290  
Ac5 21 0.82 0.90 17 0.89 0.94 13 162–198 14 0.60 0.79 21 0.64 0.71 6 141–162 24 0.79 0.54 19 0.61 0.53 7 159–177 5 7 153–182 1 1 197
Ac6 17 0.72 0.35 16 0.76 0.19 9 121–145 24 0.75 0.50 17 0.79 0.35 8 115–136 5 5 109–139 1 1 121
Ac8 21 0.82 0.76 5 0.78 1.00 10 201–231 14 0.68 0.71 21 0.77 0.71 7 204–234 24 0.38 0.29 19 0.33 0.32 4 198–210 4 4 204–228 1 2 213–216
Ac9 21 0.87 0.86 17 0.85 0.76 17 190–244  
Ac13 21 0.83 0.95 17 0.74 0.71 9 140–179 14 0.72 0.64 21 0.69 0.67 8 140–164 23 0.39 0.17 18 0.45 0.28 4 134–161 5 6 134–164 1 1 155
Ac14 21 0.59 0.52 17 0.66 0.53 12 221–266 14 0.24 0.29 21 0.41 0.38 2 118–121 23 0.59 0.61 19 0.45 0.47 3 221–227 3 3 218–224 1 1 224
Ac16 16 0.75 0.31 17 0.79 0.53 8 101–125 14 0.45 0.43 21 0.63 0.57 5 92–113   4 4 95–110
Ac19 19 0.87 0.79 6 0.79 0.67 13 208–244 10 0.54 0.40 15 0.72 0.33 6 211–226 24 0.40 0.33 19 0.39 0.42 4 208–217 3 3 214–226 1 1 211
Ac20 17 0.87 0.82 12 0.85 0.67 14 150–201 14 0.65 0.79 21 0.71 0.81 5 168–180 23 0.74 0.83 19 0.76 0.79 9 169–186 1 1 168 1 1 171
Ac23 21 0.67 0.57 17 0.82 0.82 10 116–146 14 0.76 0.64 20 0.76 0.55 7 114–138 24 0.73 0.71 19 0.74 0.68 8 114–135 5 4 123–132 1 2 120–126
Ac31 16 0.80 0.69 17 0.76 0.76 14 306–366 12 0.67 0.58 18 0.59 0.22 7 312–333 23 0.69 0.52 18 0.78 0.56 7 309–327 3 4 321–339 1 2 321–330
Ac32 21 0.85 0.81 15 0.86 0.87 13 232–277 13 0.77 0.77 21 0.86 0.90 9 245–269 20 0.82 0.65 17 0.69 0.41 8 253–274 4 4 254–272 1 2 254–260
Ac33 21 0.83 0.52 16 0.86 0.63 15 120–165 14 0.70 0.50 16 0.63 0.56 5 129–153 23 0.55 0.39 16 0.66 0.50 4 132–144 5 4 132–141 1 2 129–138
Ac36 21 0.84 0.86 16 0.84 0.81 12 110–152 14 0.50 0.50 21 0.36 0.38 2 113–116 23 0.00 0.00 18 0.00 0.00 1 107 4 4 110–119 1 2 128–137
Ac43 18 0.81 0.78 17 0.83 0.71 10 94–124 12 0.61 0.58 21 0.80 0.76 8 106–130 24 0.83 0.50 15 0.82 0.53 9 103–127 4 4 106–126
Ac44 10 0.00 0.00 20 0.00 0.00 1 202
Ac45 19 0.85 0.95 17 0.68 0.47 12 133–172 12 0.00 0.00 21 0.05 0.05 2 136–157 24 0.62 0.75 19 0.75 0.74 7 136–157 5 6 136–166 1 2 136–163
Ac47 16 0.83 0.75 17 0.80 0.71 19 187–262 11 0.00 0.00 20 0.14 0.15 2 193–196 1 1 201
Ac49 17 0.81 0.65 17 0.79 0.71 14 186–225 1 1 198 1 1 201
Ac28 16 0.72 0.81 17 0.80 0.65 9 127–166
Mean 20 0.82 0.76 17 0.80 0.71 12   14 0.61 0.5 21 0.64 0.47 5   24 0.62 0.5 18 0.66 0.47 7   4 4   1 1  
  1. Sample size (N), number of alleles, allelic size range (expressed in base pairs), expected heterozygosity (He), and observed heterozygosity (Ho) are indicated for Acanthodactylus aureus, A. dumerili/A. senegalensis and A. longipes. Sample size, number of alleles, and allelic range are also presented for A. scutellatus and A. taghitensis
  2. –, markers that failed to amplify in a certain species