jbg1014-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF349KFigure S1 Breeding history of Mangalica pigs. A, Geographical localisation of the five pig breeds which participated in the development of the Mangalica breed. Red dots label the sites of archaeological pig specimens whose mtDNA haplotype is closely related to modern Mangalica. B, Major crosses between older Hungarian and Mediterranean pig breeds resulting in the three breeds (Blond, Red and Swallow belly) of Mangalica. Black Mangalica is now extinct in Hungary. File type: pdf.
jbg1014-sup-0002-TableS1.xlsapplication/msexcel57KTable S1 Pair-wise genetic distances between pig mtDNA D-loop haplotype sequences. The number of base differences per site between sequences and their bootstrap SE values are shown below and above the diagonal line of empty cells, respectively. The analysis involved 27 haplotype nucleotide sequences. File type: xls.
jbg1014-sup-0003-TableS2.xlsapplication/msexcel26KTable S2 Correspondence of haplotypes based on short and long mtDNA D-loop sequences. Haplotypes with Mangalica individuals are in boldface. File type: xls.

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