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Table 3 Estimates of effective population size and heterozygosity tests

From: First report of an exophilic Anopheles arabiensis population in Bissau City, Guinea-Bissau: recent introduction or sampling bias?

  N e Heterozygosity tests
SMM TPM (10%) TPM (20%)
An. arabiensis Adults 32.8 9 9 9
[15.1-253.0] <0.001 0.002 0.002
Larvae 88.3 10 10 10
[54.7-166.4] <0.001 <0.001 <0.001
An. coluzzii Larvae 38.5 5 5 2
[23.2-86.7] 0.278 0.615 0.884
An. gambiae Adults 192.4 9 8 8
[84.3-∞] <0.001 0.003 0.007
Larvae 114.8 9 7 6
[61.7-415.3] 0.001 0.012 0.097
  1. Ne: linkage disequilibrium-based estimate of effective population size and Jackknife 95% confidence interval in square brackets. Heterozygosity tests: upper values are the number of loci (out of 10) in which He < Heq; lower values are the P-value for the corresponding one-tailed Wilcoxon test. SMM: stepwise mutation model; TPM (10%): two-phased model with 10% of indels greater than one repeat; TPM (20%): two-phased model with 20% of indels greater than one repeat.