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Table 3 Genetic selection differentials in the simulations

From: A theoretical derivation of response to selection with and without controlled mating in honeybees

   \({\bar{S}}_1\)
   Direct Maternal Total
Uncontr. \(r_{md}=-0.53\) 0.199 (0.005) 0.278 (0.005) 0.477 (0.006)
\(r_{md}=-0.88\) − 0.058 (0.005) 0.170 (0.004) 0.112 (0.003)
Contr. \(r_{md}=-0.53\) 0.397 (0.015) 0.149 (0.011) 0.546 (0.011)
\(r_{md}=-0.88\) 0.351 (0.020) − 0.123 (0.015) 0.228 (0.009)
   \({\bar{S}}_2\)
   Direct Maternal Total
Contr. \(r_{md}=-0.53\) 0.712 (0.033) 0.309 (0.026) 1.021 (0.026)
\(r_{md}=-0.88\) 0.549 (0.037) − 0.140 (0.028) 0.409 (0.018)
  1. Average genetic selection differentials, \({\bar{S}}_1\) and \(\bar{S}_2\), in the simulations. Averages were taken over all population sizes, numbers of isolated mating stations, values of q and years from 8 to 17. In brackets are the average standard deviations over the years 8 to 17