TABLE 5

Estimating h under mixed dominance and overdominance in outcrossing populations by Mukai's approach

h2nαEmbedded Image
−0.0101.210.357 (0.000)
130810.255 (0.041)
26000.830.193 (0.046)
50000.580.119 (0.035)
−0.101.210.357 (0.000)
14110.247 (0.052)
2800.830.187 (0.057)
5000.610.149 (0.064)
10000.310.105 (0.072)
25000.040.088 (0.084)
−0.301.210.357 (0.000)
5310.261 (0.063)
1000.840.222 (0.079)
5000.200.086 (0.099)
10000.030.051 (0.107)
  • U1, h1, s1, h2, s2, and α are denoted in the legend to Table 4. n is the number of overdominant loci per genome. Simulations for data in this table are performed under U1 = 1, h1 = 0.36, s1 = 0.03, and s2 = 0.03. Simulation results not shown here indicate no influence on the conclusion by employing different parameters of U1, h1, and s1. Mutation effects are assumed to be constant for dominant and overdominant mutations.