TABLE 5

Microsatellite simulation results

True:Balancing selectionNeutralDirectional selection
Classified:Bal.Neut.Direc.Bal.Neut.Direc.Bal.Neut.Direc.
Pop-275 (47)25 (53)0 (0)23 (4)765 (792)12 (4)0 (0)3 (12)97 (88)
Pop-4100 (98)0 (2)0 (0)20 (7)764 (788)16 (5)0 (0)0 (0)100 (100)
Fst-0.0127 (1)73 (99)0 (0)21 (1)763 (793)16 (6)0 (0)0 (1)100 (99)
Fst-0.0390 (67)10 (33)0 (0)35 (12)744 (782)21 (6)0 (0)0 (0)100 (100)
Fst-0.05100 (100)0 (0)0 (0)17 (9)761 (786)22 (5)0 (0)0 (0)100 (100)
Size-1097 (88)3 (12)0 (0)17 (2)761 (792)22 (6)0 (0)0 (0)100 (100)
Size-15100 (100)0 (0)0 (0)20 (6)766 (791)14 (3)0 (0)0 (0)100 (100)
Alpha-0.531 (13)69 (87)0 (0)25 (4)755 (792)20 (4)1 (0)49 (69)50 (31)
Alpha-1.092 (79)8 (21)0 (0)15 (3)762 (791)23 (6)0 (0)7 (14)93 (86)
Alpha-1.5100 (97)0 (3)0 (0)22 (4)761 (792)17 (4)0 (0)0 (2)100 (98)
  • Numbers of microsatellites loci simulated under (“true”) balancing selection, neutrality, and directional selection that were classified in each category using a reversible-jump cutoff of 0.85 (0.98) are shown. The 0.85 cutoff gives the same false-positive rate of 5% used for AFLP and SNP data sets. The 0.98 cutoff gives a false-positive rate of only 1%. Bal., balancing selection; Neut., neutrality; Direc., directional selection.