TABLE 9

Summary of significant marker effects from multiple regression of bristle number phenotypes on marker genotypes

Sternopleural bristlesAbdominal bristles
Three temperaturesa18°25°29°Three temperatures18°25°29°
MarkerMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMarkerMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
4FM*, S*******NSNSNS*1BT***, ST*NSNSNSNSNS***
35BCT*NSNSNSNS*†NS21EM**************
43EST*NSNSNS*NS*29FM*, SNS***NS*NSNS
48DM*, T*NSNS**NS****35BCM***NS***********
57FM***,ST***************43AST*NSNSNSNSNSNS
61DM*******************44FST**NS***NSNSNS
79ES***NSNS***NSNSNS50DT**NSNSNS****
88Eb***57DM*********************
96FM********************67DT***, ST*****NSNSNSNS
92AM*, S*****NS**NS*NS
94DM****†NS*NS****
  • P values in the body of the table are for homozygous effect from the reduced model for each temperature and sex separately. NS, not significant; heterozygous effects; P > 0.05; *, 0.01 < P < 0.05; **, 0.001 < P < 0.01; ***, P < 0.001.

  • a M, main effect; T, marker × temperature effect; S, marker × sex effect; ST, marker × sex × temperature effect from full model including all markers, temperatures, and both sexes.

  • b Note that this marker is significant only at 18° but nevertheless does not contribute to an overall marker × temperature effect.