Resolution:
## Figure 5.
Relationship between number of MHC class IIB sequence variants and residual survival
probability of each MHC genotype. Note that all fish entered this analysis, i.e. both dead ones reconstructed for their
MHC genotype and those that survived. Residual survival probability was calculated
as the difference between survival probability if a certain genotype and the overall
survival probability of the family. The quadratic polynomial (survival = -0.560 +
0.190 * N_{sequence variants }- 0.016 * N_{sequence variants}^{2}, R^{2 }= 0.364, F_{2,30 }= 8.601, P = 0.001) shows that within segregating families fish with a number of 6.086 MHC class
IIB sequence variants have highest chance of survival.
Wegner |