TABLE 2

Powers of D, E, H, and DH to detect background selection

UNθDEHDH
0.012,50010.060.050.040.04
100.060.060.050.05
50,00010.050.040.050.04
100.050.060.050.06
0.12,50010.080.020.040.01
100.340.340.020.09
5,00010.060.010.040.01
100.230.230.030.06
10,00010.040.000.040.01
100.150.140.030.06
20,00010.020.000.040.00
100.110.100.040.05
50,00010.020.000.050.00
100.070.060.050.04
0.22,50010.090.020.020.01
100.600.550.020.07
5,00010.070.000.020.00
100.470.350.030.05
10,00010.040.000.030.00
100.350.180.020.03
20,00010.020.000.030.00
100.210.080.030.02
50,00010.020.000.010.00
100.110.020.030.01
  • Sample size is 50. A total of 5000 samples were simulated for each parameter set. All runs employed values of h (dominance coefficient) and s (selection coefficient) of 0.2 and 0.1; i.e., sh = 0.02. U is the deleterious mutation rate per diploid genome. N is the effective population size.