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Supplemental Material for Jain, 2019

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posted on 2019-01-31, 16:59 authored by Kavita Jain

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Figure S1: Fixation probability for N = 6 × 105 when the beneficial effect sb is varied. The other parameters are sd = 0.01 (top) and 0.002 (bottom) with ud = 5sd, Ud = ud. The data from stochastic simulations (•) with errorbars representing the standard deviation, and by numerically calculating (1) (◦) and (5) (△) are shown.

Figure S2: Fixation probability for N = 6 × 105 when the beneficial effect sb is varied. The other parameters are sd = 0.01, ud = 5sd, Ud = 2ud (top) and sd = 0.002, ud = 5sd, Ud = 5ud (bottom). The data from stochastic simulations (•) with errorbars representing the standard deviation, and by numerically calculating (1) (◦) and (5) (△) are shown.

Figure S3: Expected substitution rate E[kb] and average fixed selection co-efficient E[sb] for N = 2 × 105 when the average beneficial effect s¯b is varied. The other parameters are sd = 0.01, ud = 5sd, ub = 5 × 10−7. The data from numerical simulations (•) and numerical integration of (12) and (17) using quadratic approximation (5) (⊕) and analytical expression (9) (◦) are shown.

Article title

Interference Effects of Deleterious and Beneficial Mutations in Large Asexual Populations

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GENETICS/2019/301960

Article DOI

10.1534/genetics.119.301960

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