Table III.

Characteristics of QTLs detected in Ler/Sha RIL population

TraitChromosomeQTLa PositionLODPercentage Variance ExplainedConfidence Interval (cM)bQTL Effectc
d
CDT (LD50)1nF21M123.98.33–20−0.41
3nga17212.535.40–5−0.81
4nga11114.310.11–26−0.46
total48.9
% germ.
Salt germ.1nF21M1212.127.46–16−17
3nga1725.210.10–5−10
3msat3-322.85.134–497
5nga12910.523.148–6017
total58.6
% germ.
Mannitol germ.5K9D716.849.446–5328
total49.4
% germ.
Heat germ.1nF21M123.711.53–31−15
2msat2-412.67.928–60−14
4msat4-142.98.836–73−15
total30.1
% germ.
H2O2 germ.3nga68.729.469–74−19
total29.4
% germ.
ABA germ.3nga1722.811.20–23−6
total11.2
% germ.
Germ. speed1nF21M124.313.90.5–17−7
3nga172516.50–6−7
total28.6
% germ.
Natural aging3nga1724.617.40–6−6
total17.4
d
DSDS501T27K124835–50−11
2msat2-548.10–10−10
3msat3-3214.436.439–46−21
5nga1296.313.445–60−14
total54.6
μg/mg
Suc3nga1726.925.310–4−3.44
total25.3
μg/mg
Stachyose1GENEA3.911.756–850.21
4FRI6.620.90–100.28
Interactiond GENEA × FRI4.8
total35.1
ratio
RSO/Suc1CIW1239.830–48−0.013
1GENEA6.622.957–770.02
InteractiondCIW12 × GENEA3.3
total26.1
  • a Cofactor nearest to highest LOD score: also cofactor fixed.

  • b Positions given correspond to 2-LOD confidence intervals.

  • c QTL effect of untransformed data, negative value means that the Ler allele at this QTL reduces the effect of this parameter.

  • d Interaction between QTLs calculated as indicated in “Materials and Methods.”