t_{0} = 0.01 | t_{0} = 0.25 | t_{0} = 0.5 | t_{0} = 0.75 | ||
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t_{p} = 0.01 | t̂_{f} | 0.01 | 0.15 | 0.34 | 0.61 |
H_{0} | 98/100 | 0/100 | 0/100 | 0/100 | |
t_{p} = 0.25 | t̂_{f} | 0.12 | 0.25 | 0.43 | 0.67 |
H_{0} | 0/100 | 97/100 | 36/100 | 6/100 | |
t_{p} = 0.50 | t̂_{f} | 0.20 | 0.33 | 0.51 | 0.71 |
H_{0} | 0/100 | 40/100 | 99/100 | 81/100 | |
t_{p} = 0.75 | t̂_{f} | 0.28 | 0.40 | 0.55 | 0.75 |
H_{0} | 0/100 | 3/100 | 70/100 | 98/100 |
Mean over 100 simulation runs of outcrossing rate t_{f} estimated on the assumption of inbreeding equilibrium according to varying mating scenario (t_{0}, outcrossing rate in the final generation; t_{p}, outcrossing rate in all previous generations). First line, t̂_{f} multilocus estimate using Wright’s inbreeding coefficient; second line, number of simulations out of 100 for which the hypothesis of inbreeding equilibrium could be accepted when using maximum-likelihood estimators of successive outcrossing rates.