Table 1 The values of δ between mates in different mating forms
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  • Where λ1 = f(1−f), λ2 = (1−f)2, λ3 = 1−f and s are the proportion of offspring produced by the corresponding inbreeding form under the equilibrium state (assuming that only the outcrossing can happen except for this inbreeding form). SE: self; PO: parent-offspring; FS: full-sibs; HS: half-sibs; FC: first-cousins; HFC: half first-cousins; SC: second-cousins; NR: nonrelatives.