TABLE 3

Summary of CAPS and YAC mapping data

CAPS mappingaYAC mappingb
Flanking markerscFlanking markersc
Gene12cM RIChromosome no.Chromosome no.cM YAC12YACS
ACT14.3 cM from g17288 (67.2)4.3 cM from g4515 (73.0)68.92278.0dve108(75.0)dm429(80.0)dCIC10F12
70.0eve108(69.0)em429(72.4)e
ACT 23.4 cM from g4708 and6.0 cM from m105 (24.9)21.033mi339fYUP11G6
m228 (19.7)20.7emi339(20.7)eYUP19D2
YUP6F6
ACT34.9 cM from m457 (68.6)7.0 cM from g2778 (74.8)70.63not mappedCIC6G5
ACT49.1 cM from m435 (110.0)10.0 cM from g2368 (127.0)115.055g1590g3878YUP23A2
contig 26gcontig 26gYUP21A11
115.2eagp50(115.2)e
ACT5 and 96.3 cM from g17288 and3.8 cM from g451470.02None
m323 (67.2)(73.0)
ACT74.6 cM from g38374.0 cM from CHS (29.1)25.055g15273g6830CIC12E1
(18.5)(contig 4)g(contig 4)gCIC2A5
25.0eveo33(25.0)eCIC1B8
ACT810.5 cM from GAPB (59.1)2.7 cM from m213 (75.6)72.811mi441 (mi441 contig)hagp25 (mi441 contig)hCIC1G7
71.0emi441(70.9)eapg25(71.3)e
1mi291fm213fCIC1F8
72.6emi291(69.8)em213(75.6)eCIC1G8
CIC12G3
CIC6C4
not mapped1F7
ACT116.0 cM from m5835.6 cM from m22814.333mi207fMS2fCIC6H6
and g4523 (8.9)and g4708 (19.7)14.8emi207 (14.7)eMS2(14.8)eCIC4H8
CIC3G10
CIC7C7
CIC11H12
ACT1226.9 cM from2.4 cM from m24955.433m249fCIC5B5
g4711 (34.2)and g4117 (57.5)57.5em249(57.5)eCIC7H8
PRF13.7 cM from m2164.8 cM from m25136.02238.7dmi148(38.7)dCIC5F10
(33.1)(39.3)36.3emi148(36.2)eCIC9G8
YAC not mappedCIC10G9
PRF43.9 cM from m6002.1 cM from g830075.54None
(72.0)(78.4)
TUB2/312.0 cM from m435 (110.2)10.0 cM from g2368 (127.0) (3.0 cM from ACT4)118.05Not mapped
TUB411.2 cM from g4028 (87.8)18.9 cM from m435 (110.2)95.05Not mapped
TUB72.7 cM from m220 (57.7)5.1 cM from gl7288 and m323 (67.2)61.02Not mapped
TUB87.2 cM from m291 (44.9)11.6 cM from g4715_b (57.2)49.05Not mapped
TUB94.3 cM from g3845 (56.0)14.9 cM from m600 (72.0)59.04Not mapped
  • a See Table 1.

  • b See Table 2.

  • c Map units and locus number of nearest marker are the map positions obtained from the recombinant inbred maps (RI), physical maps (PM), or bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs).

  • d Zachgo et al. 1996.

  • e Integrates the physical map markers onto the recombinant inbred map (Lister and Dean 1993).

  • f Personal communication from David Bouchez (Laboratoire de Biologie Cellulaire I.N.R.A., Versaille, France)

  • g Schmidt et al. 1997.

  • h Bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) data kindly provided by Joe Ecker (Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA).