A_{1}B_{1}, A_{1}B_{2}, A_{1}B_{3} (i = 3) |
A_{2}B_{4}, A_{2}B_{5} (i = 2) |
A_{3}B_{6}, A_{4}B_{7}, A_{5}B_{8} (K = 3) |
A_{6}B_{9}, A_{7}B_{9}, A_{8}B_{9}, A_{10}B_{9} (j = 4) |
A_{11}B_{10}, A_{12}B_{10} (j = 2) |
A_{13}B_{11}, A_{14}B_{11} (j = 2) |
In this case, I = 2, J = 3, K = 3. At the symmetric, deterministic equilibrium described in the text, the frequencies of gametes in each row containing more than one are equal. The frequency of those in the first row would be x_{3}, those in the second row would be x_{2}, those in the third row would be z, those in the fourth row would be y_{4}, those in the fifth and sixth rows would be y_{2}, and ϕ_{2} = ϕ_{3} = 1/2, ρ_{2} = 2/3, and ρ_{4} = 1/3.