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Table 4 Simulation results for probabilities of neofunctionalization of duplicate genes with different positive selection coefficients *

From: Recombination facilitates neofunctionalization of duplicate genes via originalization

s DNR_LINK DNR_FREE HI_LINK HI_FREE Eq_1 Eq_2
10-6 0.0036 0.0036 0.004 0.0052 0.01 0.0004
10-5 0.004 0.0044 0.0054 0.0052 0.0109 0.004
2×10-5 0.003 0.0046 0.0048 0.0074 0.012 0.008
5×10-5 0.0054 0.0062 0.0066 0.0092 0.0157 0.0198
10-4 0.0104 0.008 0.0098 0.0186 0.0226 0.039
2×10-4 0.0156 0.0184 0.0206 0.037 0.0392 0.0762
5×10-4 0.0444 0.067 0.0566 0.1174 0.0909 0.1774
10-3 0.0778 0.1602 0.1338 0.6564 0.16667 0.3177
2×10-3 0.1604 0.339 0.244 0.9198 0.2857 0.5212
5×10-3 0.3502 0.6584 0.486 0.9872 0.5 0.8161
0.01 0.5412 0.8628 0.6986 0.9958 0.6667 0.9549
0.02 0.752 0.976 0.8848 0.9982 0.8 0.9963
0.05 0.8356 0.9988 0.989 1 0.9091 1
0.1 0.926 0.9998 0.9986 1 0.9524 1
  1. * Other genetic parameters are μneo = 10-6, μnon = 10-4, and N = 5000. Simulation repeats 5000 times. DNR_LINK and DNR_FREE are simulation results on linked and unlinked duplicated loci under the DNR selective model, respectively; HI_LINK and HI_FREE are simulation results on linked and unlinked duplicated loci under the HI selective model, respectively; Eq_1 and Eq_2 are predictions from Equation 1 and 2 of Walsh (1995), respectively.