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ece3669-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF50KFigure S1. The relationships between the matrix of pairwise differentiation described as FST/(1 − FST) for nuclear SSRs (A) and RST/(1 − RST) for chloroplast SSR (B), and the matrix of the natural logarithm of geographic distance (in km) in the 12 populations.
ece3669-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF6518KFigure S2. The population-based neighbor-joining tree in nuclear SSRs (A, DA distance, Nei et al. 1983) and chloroplast SSR (B, (δμ)2 distance, Goldstein et al. 1995). The bootstrap values were shown when the value exceeds 50% in (A).
ece3669-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF83KFigure S3. The prior and posterior distributions for each parameter obtained by DIYABC.
ece3669-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF2374KFigure S4. The principal component analysis (PCA) obtained by DIYABC.
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Table S1. Prior distributions of the parameters used in DIYABC

Table S2. FST values per locus with and without correction for null alleles.

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Table S3. Distribution of chloroplast haplotypes (alleles in ccmp7) in each of the 12 populations of Dysoxylum malabaricum.

Table S4. Demographic parameters obtained by DIYABC.

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