Table 3

Pollen haplotypes and their respective frequencies for a male ABCD1234 with tetrasomic inheritance
Tetrasomic inheritance: β = 1 all Δ = 0 α = 0
0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17
AB AC AD BC BD CD
0.17 12 AB12 AC12 AD12 BC12 BD12 CD12
0.17 13 AB13 AC13 AD13 BC13 BD13 CD13
0.17 14 AB14 AC14 AD14 BC14 BD14 CD14
0.17 23 AB23 AC23 AD23 BC23 BD23 CD23
0.17 24 AB24 AC24 AD24 BC24 BD24 CD24
0.17 34 AB34 AC34 AD34 BC34 BD34 CD34
Tetrasomic Inheritance + Chromatid Segregation + Double Reduction β = 1 all Δ = 0 α = 0.14
0.14 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04
AB AC AD BC BD CD AA BB CC DD
0.17 12 AB12 AC12 AD12 BC12 BD12 CD12 AA12 BB12 CC12 DD12
0.17 13 AB13 AC13 AD13 BC13 BD13 CD13 AA13 BB13 CC13 DD13
0.17 14 AB14 AC14 AD14 BC14 BD14 CD14 AA14 BB14 CC14 DD14
0.17 23 AB23 AC23 AD23 BC23 BD23 CD23 AA23 BB23 CC23 DD24
0.17 24 AB24 AC24 AD24 BC24 BD24 CD24 AA24 BB24 CC24 DD24
0.17 34 AB34 AC34 AD34 BC34 BD34 CD34 AA34 BB34 CC34 DD34
0.04 11 AB11 AC11 AD11 BC11 BD11 CD11 AA11 BB11 CC11 DD11
0.04 22 AB22 AC22 AD22 BC22 BD22 CD22 AA22 BB22 CC22 DD22
0.04 33 AB33 AC33 AD33 BC33 BD33 CD33 AA33 BB33 CC33 DD33
0.04 44 AB44 AC44 AD44 BC44 BD44 CD44 AA44 BB44 CC44 DD44

Pure tetrasomic inheritance produces all 36 possible genotypes are shown in regular format. Haplotypes in bold are the ones formed by chromatid segregation and haplotypes in italic are formed by double reduction. The probabilities of each S or Z allele combination are given; the gamete frequency can be calculated as joined probability of the frequency at each locus.

Aguirre et al.

Aguirre et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:125   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-125

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