Table 6 Tagging markers for haplotype blocks putatively selected in one population but fixed in the opposite direction in another
Chr.Marker IndexaPositionRef.bMG 0-IMG III-IVMG V+
ΔfcFinal Freq.ΔfFinal Freq.ΔfFinal Freq.
239558,323C−9.803.80.6419.08*0.95
23374,551,551C−14.15*0.31−5.130.6411.370.96
2104711,998,550C−13.35*0.31−0.240.595.710.96
359592,600T00.96−6.040.68−15.51*0
63557,683,418A−14.61*0.062.970.6401
6120119,407,046A−0.230.8832.01*0.96−5.070.02
75958,112,122C−0.380.94−5.040.55−17.86*0
13149528,550,563A−13.81*0−0.680.936.850.81
13226336,616,135A−15.76*0.06−14.440.321.220.95
156779,508,185G3.941−7.030.55−14.7*0.25
15682d9,544,360T−14.32*03.950.828.931
1585711,416,165G17.53*0.97−2.750.59−5.970.05
174686,742,263C01−10.40.36−22.32*0
18255553,152,286C−4.870.06−40.5916.840.95
19181742,812,863T3.740.520.49*0.96−8.440.04
20145044,469,797A21.16*14.880.800
  • Chr., chromosome; Ref., reference; Δf, frequency change per generation; Freq., frequency.

  • a For cross-reference to figures in File S2.

  • b Δf and final frequencies are relative to the major allele in MG 0-I, pre-1970s sample.

  • c Δf (frequency change per generation) are multiplied by 1000 for ease of presentation and asterisks (*) indicate regions that are beyond population thresholds given in Table 5.

  • d Though part of the same linkage block, two representative markers are given because of high and contrasting rates in both MG 0-I and MG V+.