TABLE 5

Estimates of the parameters for the distributions of the phenotypes under various conditions

Haplotypea
111112121
Quantitative
 phenotypebμ̂1μ̂2σ̂μ̂1μ̂2σ̂μ̂1μ̂2σ̂
BMI 22.4c 22.3 3.01 22.4 22.26 3.01 22.3 22.4 3.01
BS 0′ 91.0  93.2 9.35 92.8 92.74 9.39 93.0 91.7 9.37
BS 30′139.2 143.328.5147.1138.928.2142.8141.228.5
BS 60′130.5 133.839.0138.5129.038.8134.2128.939.0
BS 120′102.1 105.918.2106.4104.218.2105.3104.518.2
IRI 0′  1.78  1.77 0.423  1.77  1.78 0.424  1.78  1.75 0.424
IRI 30′  3.49  3.48 0.540  3.51  3.46 0.539  3.47  3.52 0.539
IRI 60′  3.58  3.60 0.562  3.67  3.54 0.559  3.61  3.53 0.561
IRI 120′  3.25  3.30 0.545  3.31  3.27 0.545  3.31  3.22 0.544
Haplotypea
122212221
Quantitative
 phenotypebμ̂1μ̂2σ̂μ̂1μ̂2σ̂μ̂1μ̂2σ̂
BMI 20.3 22.3 3.00 21.6 22.3 3.01 22.6 22.3 3.01
BS 0′ 82.8 92.9 9.30 88.6 92.8 9.37 92.2 92.8 9.38
BS 30′141.2142.528.5141.9142.528.5136.8143.128.5
BS 60′118.7133.339.0125.1133.339.0130.3133.439.0
BS 120′103.4105.218.2102.0105.218.2102.3105.518.2
IRI 0′  1.58  1.78 0.423  1.91  1.77 0.423  1.74  1.78 0.424
IRI 30′  3.76  3.48 0.539  3.52  3.48 0.540  3.51  3.48 0.540
IRI 60′  3.35  3.60 0.561  3.64  3.60 0.562  3.56  3.60 0.562
IRI 120′  3.05  3.29 0.545  3.27  3.29 0.545  3.26  3.29 0.545
  • a One of the haplotypes was assumed to be the phenotype-associated haplotype.

  • b One of the quantitative phenotypes was selected as the phenotype to be tested.

  • c Maximum-likelihood estimates of the parameters under the alternative hypothesis.

  • The genotype data at the three loci within the CAPN10 gene were combined with the data of one of the quantitative phenotypes and analyzed by QTLHAPLO under the alternative hypothesis, assuming that one of the haplotypes was the phenotype-associated haplotype. The underlined data indicate that the difference was considered significant (P-values <0.05) by the test described in methods.