Table 2 The two-locus matings between different phenotypes when there is disassortative mating
MatingWright (1921)Crow and Kimura (1970)
0 × 4aabb × AABBA0B0/A0B0 × A1B1/A1B1
1 × 3Aabb or aaBb × AaBB or AABbA0B0/A0B1 or A0B0/A1B0 × A0B1/A1B1 or A1B0/A1B1
2 × 2aaBB, AAbb, AaBbA0B1/A0B1, A1B0/A1B0, A0B1/A1B0, A0B0/A1B1
  • These matings include reciprocal matings for the 0 × 4 and 1 × 3 matings and random mating between the genotypes for the 2 × 2 matings.