TABLE 2

Selected examples of solutions for linkage disequilibrium (D1 and D2) from zygotic associations (ω) in Hardy-Weinberg disequilibrium populations

Zygotic frequency
p1 = q1HWDD = DTRIDQDf(00)f(01)f(10)f(11) ω D1D2
0.1–0.00500.00000.00000.00000.65610.15390.15390.03610.00000.0000–0.3200
0.2–0.0200–0.02000.00000.00080.40000.24000.24000.1200–0.0096–0.0145–0.1655
0.30.10500.0000–0.01350.00810.69970.09030.09030.11970.07560.1032–0.1832
0.40.1200–0.0800–0.03200.01280.69920.06080.06080.17920.12160.1646–0.1846
0.5–0.12500.00000.00000.03130.18750.06250.06250.68750.12500.1768–0.1768

Zygotic frequencies are constructed using disequilibrium functions involving Hardy-Weinberg disequilibria (HWD), nonallelic digenic disequilibria including both gametic (D) and nongametic disequilibria (D′), trigenic disequilibria (TRID), and quadrigenic disequilibria (QD) at different gene frequencies (p1 = q1).