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Table 2 Comparison of percentage of admixed ancestry results

From: Galaxy tools to study genome diversity

A.
  2-ancestor model 3-ancestor model
Putatively admixed group Coyote Wolf Coyote Wolf Dog
Red wolf (n = 12) 76.1 (144) 23.9 (184) -- -- --
Algonquin wolf (n = 2) 41.9 (100) 58.1 (100) -- -- --
Great Lakes wolf (n = 12) 14.9 (298) 85.1 (230) -- -- --
Northeastern coyote (n = 13) -- -- 82.2 (96) 8.7 (51) 9.1 (16)
Midwestern coyote (n = 19) -- -- 90.1 (75) 2.4 (140) 7.5 (15)
B.
Switch value Red wolf (n = 12) Algonquin wolf (n = 2) Great Lakes wolf (n = 12) Northeastern coyote (n = 13) Midwestern coyote (n = 19)
  2-ancestor model 3-ancestor model
0.5      
Coyote 66.9 52.8 41.9 71.2 76.4
Wolf 33.1 47.2 58.1 17.4 13.4
Dog ---- ---- ---- 11.5 10.2
1.0      
Coyote 66.8 51.2 38.9 70.8 77.0
Wolf 33.2 48.8 61.1 17.4 12.9
Dog ---- ---- ---- 11.7 10.2
3.0      
Coyote 71.0 47.3 30.1 73.2 82.3
Wolf 29.0 52.7 69.9 16.3 8.7
Dog ---- ---- ---- 10.6 9.0
7.0      
Coyote 76.1 44.7 21.6 76.7 87.7
Wolf 23.9 55.3 78.4 14.0 4.4
Dog ---- ---- ---- 9.3 7.9
10      
Coyote 78.8 40.5 18.1 78.1 89.2
Wolf 21.2 59.5 81.9 12.9 3.4
Dog ---- ---- ---- 9.0 7.4
C.
    Coyote Ancestry Proportion:
F ST SNV Spacing n SNV Switch = 2 Switch = 5 Switch = 10
Any Any 48,036 67.8% 70.0% 71.3%
Any ≥ 0.5 Mb 3,838 67.7% 70.1% 71.9%
≥ 0.4 Any 7,875 69.4% 72.6% 75.4%
≥ 0.4 ≥ 0.5 Mb 2,562 70.9% 76.2% 81.2%
  1. A) Results from SABER [13], using the 2- or 3-ancestor model (initial admixture times, in generation units, are provided in parentheses from reference [33]) B) Results from Galaxy’s Admixture tool with various switch values; C) the variability of estimated average coyote percentage contributing towards the Red wolf genomes, depending on possible lower bounds imposed on F ST and/or spacing between SNVs, as well as switch penalty (nSNV, number of SNVs).