TABLE 2

QTL positions and effects of their alleles (single-marker analysis): bristle number

Marker/traitA5, fA6, fA7, fA5, m
Permutation significance (×105)38424031
22B–1.68 143–1.32 1001–0.58 18117 –1.14 31
–0.24 0.55–0.36 0.520.01 0.970.28 0.36
22C 2.44 1.8 2.10 9.4 1.14 371 1.59 <1
1.22 0.0097 1.33 0.034 1.32 0.036 0.7 0.057
47E–1.43 297 –1.64 25 –0.76 1073–0.97 216
–0.65 0.034 –0.89 0.030 –1.26 0.0023 –0.61 0.012
50C–3.32 49–2.72 274 –2.16 5.5 –1.5 1318
–1.74 0.0034 –3.46 <0.0001 –3.20 <0.0001 –2.19 <0.0001

In the first row, the 51st highest experiment-wise significance from 1000 permuted trait data. On the first line within cells in other rows, the difference of the trait value between RILs with different marker alleles (italicized) and its significance (underlined if exceeding the experiment-wise threshold), from single-marker analysis, are shown; on the second line within cells, marker effects and their significances estimated from the model with multiple markers included are shown.