Extended Data Fig. 1: Effects of starting frequency. | Nature

Extended Data Fig. 1: Effects of starting frequency.

From: Imprinting sets the stage for speciation

Extended Data Fig. 1

Simulations of 2,000 generations demonstrate the effects of the starting frequencies of alleles on the maintenance of polymorphism. Each panel represents a combination of a particular starting frequency for T1 (t1, labelled on top), association between mating trait and behaviour (phenogenotypic linkage disequilibrium (LD) between the trait genotype and the behavioural phenotype, labelled on the right) (Supplementary Information), and types of imprinting (maternal or paternal, labelled on the right). Within each panel, we ran every combination of α and β from 0.01 to 100, with a step size of 100.1. Axes are on logarithmic scales.

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