MOESM9 of Comparative genome analyses reveal the unique genetic composition and selection signals underlying the phenotypic characteristics of three Chinese domestic goat breeds

Additional file 9: Figure S3. Genome-wide selection signals identified in Chengdu Brown and Jintang Black goats. (a) Distribution of log2(θπ ratios) and FST values calculated in 10-kb sliding windows between CB and Bezoar ibex. The data points in red (corresponding to the top 5% of the empirical distribution) indicate genomic regions under selection in CB. (b) Distribution of log2(θπ ratios) and FST values calculated in 10-kb sliding windows between JT and Bezoar ibex. The data points in red (corresponding to the top 5% of the empirical distribution) indicate genomic regions under selection in JT. (c) Manhattan plot of iHH12 across all autosomes plotted with different colors for CB. The iHH12 values were calculated in 10-kb sliding windows. (d) Manhattan plot of iHH12 across all autosomes with different colors for JT. The iHH12 values were calculated in 10-kb sliding windows. (e) A Venn diagram of the shared positively selected genes among the three Chinese goat populations (CB, JT, and TC).