TABLE 3

Summary of QTL mapping results

QTLMarkera95% CLTraitLRaEffectbkbccMdNo. locie
11B1A–3ECourtship latency20.840.38 3,689 5419
257C57C–57FCourtship latency37.930.55 768 2 87
Courtship occurrence23.160.46
Copulation latency22.020.43
Copulation occurrence32.280.47
363A61A–65ACopulation latency16.410.45 5,33621606
476A72A–85FCopulation latency23.500.4212,911 61,467
598A96F–99ACourtship latency26.870.44 2,88510328
97E–99ACourtship occurrence26.380.54
Copulation latency20.100.45
Copulation occurrence32.370.48
  • a Peak LR.

  • b Proportion of the phenotypic variance accounted for by each QTL (= aA).

  • c Size of the QTL region given by the 95% CL (= 2-LOD support interval), in kilobase (kb) pairs (Sorsa 1988).

  • d Size of the QTL region given by the 95% CL, in centimorgans; (Lindsley and Zimm 1992).

  • e Average number of genes in the QTL region defined by the 95% CL, based on a total eukaryotic genome size of 120 Mbp and 13,600 genes and predicted genes; 1 gene on average = 8.8 kb (Adams et al. 2000).

  • CL, confidence limits.