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Fixed effects of a LMM fitted using MCMC in which we compared the genetic diversity of paternally and maternally transmitted genotypes after controlling for the genetic diversity in adults and the number of reproductive individuals.

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posted on 26.12.2014, 03:11 by Javier Pérez-González, Vânia Costa, Pedro Santos, Jon Slate, Juan Carranza, Pedro Fernández-Llario, Attila Zsolnai, Nuno M. Monteiro, István Anton, József Buzgó, Gyula Varga, Albano Beja-Pereira

Table shows the posterior estimate of the effects, the 95% credibility interval and the probability that the null hypothesis is true (effect = 0). a) Method 1. b) Method 2. c) Method 3. When Sex factor was coded as “males” dependent variable was genetic diversity of paternal genotypes, Genetic diversity in adults referred to genetic diversity in the random sample of males and Number of reproductive individuals referred to number of inferred fathers. When Sex factor was coded as “females”, dependent variable was genetic diversity of maternal genotypes, Genetic diversity in adults referred to genetic diversity in pregnant females and Number of reproductive individuals referred to number mothers. Females were used as reference for sex factor.

Fixed effects of a LMM fitted using MCMC in which we compared the genetic diversity of paternally and maternally transmitted genotypes after controlling for the genetic diversity in adults and the number of reproductive individuals.

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