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Table 3 Population structure and F-statistics of different types of indigenous and agronomically improved rice varieties in NE India

From: Genetic structure and diversity of indigenous rice (Oryza sativa) varieties in the Eastern Himalayan region of Northeast India

Type Allelic richness Gene diversity Inbreeding coefficient H S(W) F ST(W)
Sali 7.585 (3.604) 0.747 (0.127) 0.984 0.222 0.023
Jum 5.056 (3.061) 0.627 (0.187) 1.000 0.259 0.032
Glutinous 4.727 (1.901) 0.602 (0.261) 0.936 0.189 0.029
Boro 3.857 (1.864) 0.596 (0.280) 0.980 0.241 0.036
Improved 2.798 (1.438) 0.459 (0.251) 1.000 0 0.029
  1. Allelic richness is based on minimum sample size of 30 diploid individuals. H S(W) = average genetic diversity within type; F ST(W) = genetic differentiation within type. Values in parenthesis represent standard deviation.