neutral theory question

Joe Felsenstein joe at evolution.genetics.washington.edu
Tue Oct 31 01:53:42 EST 1995


In article <473ptj$pj8 at nntp3.u.washington.edu>,
Joe Felsenstein <joe at evolution.genetics.washington.edu> wrote:
...
>The equation for homozygosity (= 1- heterozygosity) which we call F is
>
>   F(t+1)  =  (1-v)^2 [1/(2N)  + (1 - 1/(2N)) F(t) ]
>
>If we write this as  F(t+1) = a + b F(t)  where
>
>   a  =  1/(2N)  
>
>   b  =  (1-v)^2 (1 - 1/(2N))

Oops.  I should have said  a = (1-v)^2 (1/(2N))  instead.

Fortunately the rest of the formulas in the post are unaffected by that.

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