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Postby Noel Kipling » April 14th, 2020, 3:02 am

The Bayesian analyses performed new balance shoes cricket with Beast further helped shed light onto the historical demography pumas as revealed by the mtDNA. In the first round of analyses, using five individuals with the most divergent haplotypes and two jaguarundis, we estimated the substitution rate of the analyzed ND5 segment to be 2.054% per million years (MY).

When North American (NA) and Central American (CA) samples were analyzed separately, their mean estimated t MRCA was 0.231 (0.102 0.387) MYA. Finally, we new balance shoes black estimated the t MRCA for a subset of 24 NA CA samples that formed an endemic monophyletic cluster (see Figure 2A ), yielding a value of new balance golf shoe 0.037 (0.006 0.077) MYA.

Our initial observation was that ND5 is indeed a very informative coding mtDNA segment for phylogeographic studies of felids, and that the longer segment employed here (relative to the one reported by Culver et al. , 2000 ) does provide useful additional information regarding this species' diversity and new balance melbourne evolutionary history. For example, the ND5 data set used here contained 33 variable sites and allowed the identification of 28 different puma haplotypes, while the full data set employed by Culver et al.

When subcontinental or regional groups of pumas were compared, we observed that haplotype and nucleotide diversity indices were consistently higher for South new balance black and Central America, relative to those estimated for North America ( Table 2 ).

Gene diversity was highest for South America, while nucleotide diversity reached a maximum in Central America. North American pumas presented low values for both indices, which were at least two-fold lower than those of the other sub-continental groups. When the South American regional groups defined by the AMOVA (see Figure 1 and Table 3 for their definition) were assessed, we observed that the CNESA and CSSA groups exhibited the highest haplotype diversity, with the SWSA and Image NSA groups also presenting high values ( Table 2 ).
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