Trait-associated markers and QTL reported in literature in the same region

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 withBinQTL forPopulationAuthor
2 33.7YLDtr/untr3–4YieldSteptoe/MorexHayes et al. (1993)
2 94.5YLDuntr10YieldSteptoe/MorexHayes et al. (1993)
3 19.5YLDtr/untr 3YieldBlenheim/KymBezant et al. (1997)
4 47.8YLDuntr 5YieldHarrington/MorexMarquez-Cedillo et al. (2000)
4 86.1YLDuntr 8–10YieldHarrington/TR306Tinker et al. (1996)
5129.5YLDuntr12–13YieldHarrington/MorexMarquez-Cedillo et al. (2000)
7 0/7.4YLDtr/untr1–2YieldBlenheim/KymBezant et al. (1997)
YieldApex/PrismaM. Jarso (unpublished results)
728.5/32.4YLDtr/untr 3YieldHarrington/TR306Tinker et al. (1996)
2  6.7STABtr 1
2 36.2STABtr3–4YieldSteptoe/MorexHayes et al. (1993)
G × ESteptoe/MorexVoltas et al. (2001);
   Malosetti et al. (2004)
4 45.8STABtr 5YieldHarrington/MorexMarquez-Cedillo et al. (2000)
4105.0STABtr11YieldSteptoe/MorexHayes et al. (1993)
G × ESteptoe/MorexVoltas et al. (2001)
Stress-responseSeveralForster et al. (2000)
6 35.1STABtr3–4
  • Significant marker-trait associations, marked with q in Table 2, linked to QTL reported in literature. The traits were yield (YLD) and yield stability (STAB). The yield trials were either treated (tr) or not treated (untr) with chemicals to control leaf diseases. The Bin positions were determined using the Bin maps available at, where an overview of known QTL also can be found. The position on the chromosome is given in centimorgans from the top of the short arm.