Table 1 Characterization of 11 genomic segments on the basis of SNP data from the 50k SNP chip
Chr.Start position (bp)End position (bp)CHE score (bp)Number of SNPsFrequency in NI (%)CHE test Segment name
1SYN4966PZA00714.13,972,726900.0**qhir12
71,795,50975,768,235
1PZE-101114336PZE-1011147592,075,601563.0NS
130,455,842132,531,443
1PZE-101114797PZE-1011150571,384,430374.8NS
132,849,879134,234,309
1PZE-101115217PZE-1011156121,902,702747.9NS
135,276,739137,179,441
1PZE-101115912PZE-1011162341,063,3971163.6NS
138,641,589139,704,986
4PZE-104010475PZE-1040108631,735,726688.4NS
7,618,1259,353,851
4PZE-104057913PZE-1040582941,270,0811975.5NS
110,071,345111,341,426
5PZE-105051178PZE-1050515941,286,0082753.9NS
44,623,31245,909,320
5PZE-105087655PZE-1050878861,051,4321669.2NS
114,100,330115,151,762
6SYNGENTA12397PZE-1060107941,224,8711810.0*
28,127,74729,352,618
1PZE-101081177SYN25793535,984162.7*qhir11
68,134,63368,670,617
  • The 10 genomic segments with the highest CHE scores were obtained from a genome-wide scan of 53 inducers with the CHE test. One additional segment (qhir11) harbors the 243 kb segment fine-mapped by Dong et al. (2013). NI, noninducers; **P < 0.001, *P < 0.01; NS, not significant.