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Table 2 Haplotypes of the male-specific region of the Y-chromosome of Rupicapra (generated through the combination of the sequence of the SRY promoter and microsatellites UMN2303 and SRYM18), and frequencies across subspecies

From: Y-chromosome phylogeny in the evolutionary net of chamois (genus Rupicapra)

  Haplotype description Frequency
  SRY promoter UMN2303   SRYM18    R. pyrenaica R. rupicapra
Haplotype A/G Size Size [TTC]m SNP A/T [T]n par pyr orn cat rupW rupC rupE tat cap bal asi cau
Y-Rpyr1 A 130 102 2 A 9 17 (3) 9 (4)           
Y-Rpyr2 A 125 102 2 A 9 1 (1) 7 (3)           
Y-Rpyr3 A 125 105 2 A 12    6 (1)          
Y-RrupA1 G 125 109 3 T 13      1 (1) 6 (1) 1    1 (1)   
Y-RrupA2 G 125 110 3 T 14     1 (1) 2 (1)   2 (1) 5 (4) 6 (4) 3 (2)   
Y-RrupA3 G 125 111 3 T 15      5 (1) 4 (1)       
Y-RrupA4 G 125 112 3 T 16     4 (1) 1 (1)        
Y-RrupB1 G 125 111 4 T 12             3 (3)
Y-RrupB2 G 125 113 4 T 14            1 (1)  
Y-RrupC G 125 112 5 T 10             1 (1)
  1. The abbreviated name of the subspecies are: par, parva; pyr, pyrenaica; orn, ornata; cat, cartusiana; rupW, rupicapraW; rupC, rupicapraC; rupE, rupicapraE; tat, tatrica; cap, carpatica; bal, balcanica; asi, asiatica; and cau, caucasica. Number of samples sequenced for SRYM18 are given in parenthesis.