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Supplemental Material for Stefan, 2019

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posted on 23.04.2019 by Thorsten Stefan, Louise Matthews, Joaquin Prada, Colette Mair, Richard Reeve, Michael J. Stear
Tables S1 and S3 contain mean and maximum number of alleles and intrinsic merit ranges for both the AO model and the DAA model and each scenario of the Random experiment for the effectively infinite population and the population of 1000 individuals, respectively. Tables S2 and S4 contain mean and maximum number of alleles and intrinsic merit ranges for both the AO model and the DAA model and each scenario of the Fixed experiment, again for the effectively infinite population and the population of 1000 individuals, respectively. Tables S5 and S6 contain statistics related to the average overlap between alleles and compare the AO model to the DAA model for the Random experiment and the Fixed experiment, respectively. Table S7 lists the approximate frequency of the genotype fitness matrix F being singular for most scenarios, and includes some explanation and interpretation.

Simulation results for the "Random" ( p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; }

_Results_Collection_AFDistRandomUniform.zip) and "Fixed" (_Results_Collection_AFDistDetEqSpaced.zip) experiments.

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Article title

Divergent Allele Advantage Provides a Quantitative Model for Maintaining Alleles with a Wide Range of Intrinsic Merits

Manuscript #

GENETICS/2019/302022R1

Article DOI

10.1534/genetics.119.302022

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