Extended Data Fig. 3: Dcor at stable polymorphic equilibrium. | Nature

Extended Data Fig. 3: Dcor at stable polymorphic equilibrium.

From: Imprinting sets the stage for speciation

Extended Data Fig. 3

In this extended model, the value of α and β varies with the phenotype that the individual imprinted on (Supplementary Information). Trait–behaviour linkage disequilibrium between the trait genotype and the behavioural phenotype (Dcor, calculated as D/√(p1p2t1t2)) at the stable polymorphic equilibrium. Each panel represents a particular combination of α1 and β1 from the set {0.01, 1, 100}, labelled on the top and the right. Within each panel, we ran combinations of α2 and β2 from 0.01 to 100, with a step size of 100.2. Axes are on logarithmic scales. The figure presents results from maternal imprinting models. Overall, the paternal imprinting models produced higher Dcor at polymorphic equilibrium than did the maternal imprinting models, but the differences were very small (<0.1, not shown).

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