jasone mlbrock at
Sun Mar 14 19:41:13 EST 1999

Can anyone help me figure this out?
If A and B have three offspring (C, D and E), and then C and D have one
offspring (F) and D and E have one offspring (G) then G and F join
together to have H, How inbred are the individuals F, G and H?
More, assuming a load of 3 lethal equivalents per gamete, how much will
the viability of G and H be depressed relative to a non-inbred
individual? Then, what if A and B are each independantly inbred with
coefficients of inbreeding of 0.1 and 0.15.
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