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Table 3 AFLP fragments shared among taxa

From: Implications of hybridisation and cytotypic differentiation in speciation assessed by AFLP and plastid haplotypes - a case study of Potentilla alpicola La Soie

Nb shared fragments/ % shared fragments P.alpicola5x (a), (115) P.alpicola6x (b), (131) P. alpicola(c), (138) P. collina(164)
P. argentea 2x (78) 58/50.43 68/51.91 66/47.83 71/43.29
P. aurea (74) 47/40.87 54/41.22 57/41.30 62/37.80
P. brauneana (58) 44/38.26 47/35.88 45/32.61 49/29.88
P. frigida (66) 49/42.61 55/41.98 53/38.41 53/32.32
P. crantzii (76) 56/48.70 59/45.04 58/42.03 60/36.59
P. incana (130) 88/76.52 96/73.28 92/66.67 102/62.20
P. argentea 6x (177) 104/90.43 115/87.79 127/92.03 149/90.85
P. pusilla (205) 107/93.04 124/94.66 128/92.75 144/87.80
P. thuringiaca (156) 92/80.00 99/75.57 99/71.74 113/68.90
P. pusilla × thuringiaca (136) 87/75.65 87/66.41 88/63.77 101/61.59
P. aff. verna (118) 85/73.91 88/67.18 85/61.59 92/56.10
  1. The number (Nb) of fragments observed for each taxon is given in brackets right to its name. Nb of shared fragments and % of shared fragments (Nb of shared fragments/Nb of fragments in P. alpicola lineages, and P. collina, respectively) for the taxon combinations, are provided in the field of conjunction.