Resolution:
## Figure 1.
A pedigree of 11 members. (a) A pedigree of 11 members coupled with genotype data. The paternal haplotype
of an individual is listed left while its maternal haplotype is listed right, even
though the haplotype information is not available from genotyping. For example, the
paternal and maternal haplotypes of individual n_{6 }are 0100 and 1110, respectively; the genotype of n_{6}, however, is specified as {0, 1}{1, 1}{0, 1}{0, 0}. Circles represent females and
boxes represent males. Children are listed below their parents with line connections.
For example, the couple n_{7 }and n_{8 }have two children n_{9 }and n_{10}. There is a mating loop in the pedigree due to the common ancestor n_{2 }of the couple n_{5 }and n_{9}. (b) A pedigree graph with a spanning tree. Tree edges are solid lines and non-tree
edges are dotted lines. The genotype data are represented as vectors of g-constant. There is a local cycle of length 4 due to the couple n_{7 }and n_{8 }and their children n_{9 }and n_{10}. There is a global cycle of length 6 due to the mating loop. (c) There are four locus
graphs for the different loci. Edges in locus forests are depicted as solid lines.
Nodes with thick borders are predetermined.
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