Figure 2 : Results of statistical analysis for three selected SNPs in a biparental sugarcane population.

From: SNP genotyping allows an in-depth characterisation of the genome of sugarcane and other complex autopolyploids

Figure 2

Each panel of three graphs correlates to one SNP. The scatter plots show the classification of each individual in a cluster (genotype), indicated with a different colour; the centre of each circle has a small grey dot, whose colour intensity indicates its posterior probability of being allocated in the cluster. Expected (in yellow) and observed distributions for the estimated ploidy level and dosage on the parents are indicated on the histograms; the same colours used on the scatter plots were considered for the observed distribution. The posterior probabilities for each ploidy evaluated in the range 2 to 20 (only even numbers) are also indicated.