TABLE 3

QTL detected for each trait via interval mapping

QTLNearest
marker
Interval
length
QTL
pos.
LODSignificance%VEAdditiveDominance
Flowers per inflorescence
fpi2.1CT244.277.371.23.060.14212.10.85-0.72
fpi3.1TG411.370.544.14.800.00529.81.57-0.70
fpi5.1CT93.525.313.43.580.05713.41.080.23
Petal length
pet1.1CT70.144.320.23.120.99922.00.54-0.93
pet4.1CT175.415.814.83.980.99512.60.28-0.67
Total anther length
ant3.1TG129.354.745.72.500.20910.30.290.14
ant3.2TG411.370.539.55.070.00135.20.53-0.10
ant6.1CT21.655.43.63.120.07036.7-0.100.77
Anther fertile length
fer3.1TG411.370.547.82.730.11819.60.20-0.08
fer5.1CT93.525.324.92.490.2057.60.09-0.13
Anther sterile length
ste3.1TG129.354.751.52.870.0929.60.190.10
ste3.2TG129.370.532.54.120.00831.00.35-0.04
ste10.1CT234.1015.57.22.790.10510.20.19-0.10
ste11.1TG523.1110.27.42.590.1648.70.11-0.20
ste11.2TG400.1114.114.13.810.01311.30.22-0.02
Style length
sty4.1CT175.415.88.13.810.23116.50.60-0.33
sty8.1TG330.849.124.15.840.00442.20.88-0.99
sty9.1TG18.93.22.62.420.8937.40.60-0.33
  • For each QTL, data are given for nearest marker to the QTL, length of interval, position within interval of the QTL, LOD score, significance estimate from permutation analysis, %VE (percentage of phenotypc variance explained by the QTL), and additive and dominance effects.