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Table 2 Genetic differentiation among poodle groups and other dogs.

From: Assortative mating and fragmentation within dog breeds

FST MS brown black M, T brown black MS, M, T silver white MS, M, T apricot Miniature schnauzer Giant schna. Fox terrier (smooth) Fox terrier (wire) Bull terrier German shep. Labrador retriever Siberian husky
Standard poodle 0.265 0.199 0.197 0.262 0.279 0.273 0.372 0.346 0.367 0.332 0.278 0.241
MS brown-black1   0.050 0.085 0.120 0.255 0.214 0.293 0.301 0.368 0.252 0.214 0.207
M, T brown-black2    0.052 0.110 0.219 0.188 0.238 0.238 0.309 0.248 0.157 0.182
MS, M, T silver-white3     0.059 0.179 0.170 0.220 0.225 0.274 0.232 0.117 0.150
MS, M, T apricot4      0.248 0.226 0.275 0.304 0.327 0.306 0.197 0.235
Miniature schnauzer       0.150 0.321 0.332 0.402 0.301 0.191 0.194
Giant schnauzer        0.292 0.318 0.386 0.195 0.212 0.172
Fox terrier (smooth)         0.285 0.444 0.414 0.290 0.290
Fox terrier (wire)          0.452 0.424 0.272 0.270
Bull terrier           0.517 0.306 0.371
German shepherd            0.273 0.235
Labrador retriever             0.187
  1. Measured as pairwise FST (Weir and Cockerham 1984), between five size and color groups found in poodles (within box, see text) and eight additional breeds, for 27 loci. All results are highly significant (p < 0.01).
  2. 1 Medium size poodles with brown or black color
  3. 2 Miniature poodles and toy poodles with brown or black color
  4. 3 Medium size poodles, miniature poodles and toy poodles with silver (grey) or white color
  5. 4 Medium size poodles, miniature poodles and toy poodles with apricot color