TABLE 6

Environment-specific QTL effects for yield in kg ha−1

Chromosome no.
Environment namePosition (cM):111345678910
25121250594186739612711957
AD9428.6−101.3−11.2−42.1−69.4−73.0−40.7−107.8−1.386.8−183.8
NP9496.7−40.679.0−87.4111.4−26.9−138.0−87.7−12.2109.0−108.2
SV94−26.6−58.7−41.2−67.225.3−35.8−73.8−143.843.9147.0−0.4
WN94−6.317.0−10.9−1.5100.8−113.2−58.2−101.326.2169.9−62.2
YK9481.884.6−194.169.5208.4−150.6−158.0−168.2−197.5225.6−181.2
CI95−37.056.29.2−65.6−23.2−20.5−48.031.262.8−33.5−83.6
GC9599.5−60.571.2−69.198.370.9−294.8−61.917.1110.0−44.9
MR957.2−8.979.3−54.6−16.0−60.1−6.876.6121.384.3−130.8
NP95160.3−2.070.2−44.9105.4115.6−158.3−10.8145.668.4−85.4
PR95−1.2−76.1−49.3−102.5−133.5−62.7−47.8−7.5163.582.1−151.9
SV95−25.926.212.3−30.9−22.8−56.234.77.937.036.2−53.4
YA95−33.02.6−70.2−109.9−21.0−84.2−63.6−45.7125.135.0−73.3
  • Negative QTL effects point to superiority of the A allele, and positive QTL effects point to superiority of the B allele. The italic (underlined) values are significant negative (positive) QTL effects. For the VCOV structure we used the second-order factor analytic model.