In this study, we calculated heterozygosity as the number of heterozygous genotypes divided by the total number of called genotypes within a single individual. For each individual, we calculated heterozygosity for the entire autosomal genome and in nonoverlapping 1-Mb windows across the autosomes. Windows where more than 80% of sites failed filters or were missing were excluded.

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