Coefficient of Inbreeding (COI) for Dummies

 

 

To calculate the degree of inbreeding and coefficient of relationship, we use Wright’s formula (see above) or the simplified version of Frantisec Horak. Given an inbreeding coefficient is only effective when it is calculated over 10 generations (2046 individuals), we prefer to use a specially developed computer program. 
Now that we have calculated the coefficient of relationship of many potential parents, which resulted in a number of levels, we are ready for the next step: what do these percentages mean and what can we do with them? 

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