Additional file 2: of Wolf outside, dog inside? The genomic make-up of the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

  • Pavel Hulva (Ophavsperson)
  • Marco Galaverni (Ophavsperson)
  • Alessio Camatta (Ophavsperson)
  • Romolo Caniglia (Ophavsperson)
  • Elena Fabbri (Ophavsperson)
  • Barbora Černá Bolfíková (Ophavsperson)
  • Ettore Randi (University of Bologna) (Ophavsperson)
  • Ihor Dykyy (Ophavsperson)
  • Milena Jindřichová (Ophavsperson)
  • Astrid Vik Strønen (Ophavsperson)
  • Paolo Carnier (Ophavsperson)



Figure S2. Genetic variability indexes computed in SVS using the 126k SNP dataset. a Mean values of observed heterozygosity (Ho) within groups. Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs (in dark gray) show higher levels of heterozygosity than parental populations (Carpathian wolves in black and German Shepherds in light grey), as expected from the recent crossings that originated the breed, but lower than most breeds. Bars indicate standard deviations. b Plots of the mean inbreeding coefficient F per breed. Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs show a mean F value intermediate among the other breeds but lower than both parental populations. c: from left to right: individual F values for Carpathian wolf (black histograms), German Shepherd (light grey histograms) and Czechoslovakian Wolfdog (dark gray histograms) groups. Bars indicate standard deviations. (PDF 94 kb)
Dato for tilgængelighed14 jul. 2018