TABLE 1

Results of QTL validation using Bay × Sha HIFs 195 (Bcr.4.40; MSAT4.15) and 353 (Bcr.3.62; MSAT3.18)

HIF195 (Bcr.4.5.40)HIF353 (Bcr.3.5.62)
Lesion-3CamalexinLesion-3Camalexin
IsolateSourceHost% diffP% diffP% diffP% diffP
BMMZimmerli et al. (2001)Geranium−18**11NS−3NS−14NS
BO5.10van Kan et al. (1997)Grape−3NS4NS−14M6NS
BPA1Isolated 2005, D. J. KliebensteinGrape−26M4NS−9NS−9NS
GLO2Rowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Grape3NS−9NS13NS14NS
KB2Rowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Grape−23*−1NS−9NS−10NS
RASPRowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Raspberry−26***1NS5NS−13NS
PEPPERRowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Pepper−27*43*−21M−9NS
STEAKIsolated 2006, H. C. RoweTomato−39*−1NS−6NS−10NS
GRAPERowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Grape−20*−24*−27M−26*
FRESAIsolated 2004, H. C. RoweStrawberry−10NS−13NS−8NS−22*
83-2Rowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Rose−12NS0NS11NS−29***
DNRowe and Kliebenstein (2007)Citrus0NS−6NS6NS−37*
  • Available published references (Source) and collection host (Host) are given for each B. cinerea isolate tested. Lesion diameter at 72 hpi (Lesion-3) and nanogram camalexin accumulation per square centimeter leaf area (Camalexin) were measured for each HIF × isolate combination. % diff indicates the percent change in trait value produced by replacing the Shahdara allele with the Bay-0 allele at the tested locus [(Bay − Sha)/Sha]. P indicates the probability that phenotypic values obtained from lines carrying the Bay allele at the tested locus differ from lines carrying the Sha allele, as determined by factorial ANOVA incorporating three independent experiments per isolate: NS = P > 0.1, M = 0.1 > P > 0.05, *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01, ***P < 0.001.