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Table 1 Overview of results and methods for demography studies of dog breeds. Demographic measures and data sources of further demographic assessments are stated

From: Demographic assessment of the Dalmatian dog – effective population size, linkage disequilibrium and inbreeding coefficients

ReferenceDog breedNumber of genotyped animalsNumber of animals in pedigreeMean pedigree-based inbreeding coefficient FPEDPedigree-based effective population size (Ne)Genomic-based NeMean genomic-based inbreeding coefficient FROH (ROH length)50% decay value of r2Pearson correlation coefficient of FPED and FROH
Wiener et al. 2017 [3]Labrador Retriever100825,5260.070255–8274–880.21 (100 SNPs) 0.78
Stern et al. 2013 [4]Golden Retriever24     715 kb (r2 = 0.243) 
Rottweiler28     834 kb (r2 = 0.241) 
Newfoundland23     344 kb (r22 = 0.243) 
Pfahler et al. 2015 [5]Lundehund28 0.1 120.87 (50 SNPs)
0.87 (65 SNPs)
0.81 (358 SNPs)
 0.11 (FROH_358SNP)
Alam et al. 2012 [6]Sapsaree18382640.116–5164–75 (5 generations ago)   
Mäki 2010 [7]Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever 28,6680.2618 (realised Ne)    
Lancashire Heeler dog 47820.128 (realised Ne)    
Leroy et al. 2009 [2]Dalmatian (among 60 other)2017,7780.024120 (realised Ne)