QTL detected by composite interval mapping

TraitChromosomeMarkerAdditive effectAllelePVECoincident QTLa
DISA1LUMC128−0.33 score unitsm4.4C × M only
2Lwhp−0.37 score unitsm6.0
3SUMC32−0.56 score unitsp13.5
5SBNL4.36−0.52 score unitsm11.8C × M only
LBIL1LUMC128−1.48 cmm7.7C × M and R × P
2LUMC259b−1.39 cmp6.9
3LUMC17−1.06 cmm3.9C × M only
5SUMC66b−1.44 cmm7.5C × M and R × P
6SUMC59−1.34 cmp5.7C × M only
7LUMC168−1.17 cmm4.9
LIBN1LUMC128−0.46 branchesm6.9R × P only
PEDS1SUMC67−12.55% pointsm6.9C × M and R × P
3SUMC32−11.20% pointsm5.8
9LASG12−8.10% pointsp3.0
10LUMC44a−12.87% pointsp7.4R × P only
PROL1LBNL7.08−1.09 inflorescencesm8.8
7LUMC168−0.79 inflorescencesm4.6
RANK5LUMC66c0.41 ranksm7.2
STAM1SUMC67−13.45% pointsm7.1
1LUMC147b−16.80% pointsm11.9C × M and R × P
2LUMC259b−16.06% pointsp6.6R × P only
4LUMC156−11.35% pointsp5.3
  • For each trait, the chromosome (with S and L indicating short and long arms) and the nearest marker to the LOD peak are listed for all statistically significant QTL. The additive effect of each QTL is shown as a trait unit contribution toward the more maize-like phenotype. The allele contributing to the more maize-like phenotype is indicated by m for ssp. mexicana and p for ssp. parviglumis. The percentage of the PVE by each QTL is given.

  • a Doebley and Stec (1993) dissected the inheritance of all seven of these traits in two distinct maize-teosinte F2 populations, C × M and R × P (see text). This column lists the previous studies that contained a QTL peak for a trait near a QTL peak for the same trait detected in the current study.