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ajap22236-sup-0001-suppfig1.tif887KSupplementary figure 1: Plot of the first two factor scores for populations (in black) and haplogroups (in red) as obtained by Correspondence Analysis. Fulani Diafarabe (FDIA), Fulani Banfora (FBAN), Fulani Tindangou (FTIN), Fulani Abala (FABA), Fulani Ader (FADE), Fulani Zinder (FZIN), Fulani Diffa (FDIF), Fulani Balatungur (FBAL), Fulani Tcheboua (FTCH), Fulani Bongor (FBON), Fulani Linia (FLIN), Songhai (SONG), Buduma (BUDU), Bulahay (BULA), Kanembou (KANE), Kanuri (KANU), Kotoko (KOTO), Mafa&Hide (MAFA), Masa (MASA).
ajap22236-sup-0002-supptab1.xls17KSupplementary table 1: Lifestyle, linguistic affiliation and geographical coordinates of the population samples.
ajap22236-sup-0003-supptab2.xls19KSupplementary table 2: Y chromosome SNPs and primer sequences for PCR amplification.
ajap22236-sup-0004-supptab3.xls18KSupplementary table 3: Minisequencing primer sequences for typing of 11 Y chromosome SNP markers.
ajap22236-sup-0005-supptab4.xls64KSupplementary table 4: Y-STR dataset of the Sahelian pastoralists and farmers.

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