TABLE 3

Biometrical parameters of QTL associated with days to first bud

PopulationChromosomeDiagnostic marker and location on chromosomeAdditive effectDominance/additivity (d/a) ratio% Variance explainedLODMode of gene actionLOD at 2′ siteLOD at 3′ siteLOD at BK siteLOD at CAN siteLOD at PK sitePossible Arabidopsis mutations
BKC4EW4D04w+6−0.041.0220.93.64D1.261.034.7914.96emf2
BKC7EW8C11a+2−0.070.0039.622.51A1.602.0819.81(0.95)flc,fy,tfl1,emf1,tfl2
BKaC1EST429a+7−0.030.6711.03.39DA2.4819.511.040.54flc,fy,tfl1,emf1,tfl2
BKaC7EST151c+00.020.261.23.06DA1.57(3.22)
CANC3EW8F03a+5−0.050.549.94.31DA0.210.110.281.43hy2,vrn1
CANC4EW9E10+12−0.101.2865.310.01D1.080.583.088.35emf2
CANC5EST195b+30.050.186.52.93DA0.340.280.22gi
CANC7WG3D11+14−0.150.5087.637.60D5.541.5215.533.85co,art1
PKC3EST411c+0−0.061.0744.44.37D0.60fha
PKC4EST114a+1−0.070.1944.122.95A0.656.382.315.54tfl2, co,fy,art1, emf1
PKC7EW6B07a+3−0.040.2613.96.96A0.996.801.226.55efs
PKC8EW8D10b+0−0.021.165.92.80DA1.550.541.160.11hy2,vrn1
PKC9EST131a+17−0.050.7121.96.91D6.420.350.670.72efs
PKaC4EW9B02x+1−0.030.5227.92.86DA0.570.973.544.95emf2
  • a QTL detected after fixing the “largest” QTL. Variance explained by these minor QTL is the portion of residual variance remaining after the major QTL is fixed, so it is not directly comparable to % variance for the QTL detected prior to fixing the largest QTL. Variance explained by the largest QTL is from the original model in which none of the QTL are fixed to make variances of each QTL directly comparable to one another. Gene action is indicated as additive (A), dominant (D), recessive (R). Possible modes of gene action that are within LOD 1 of the most likely mode are shown in decreasing order of likelihood, following the system of Paterson et al. (1991).