Table 1

Summary of QTL results for blood and meat spot trait (BMSF2) from the F2 genome scan

Chrom.

pos

cM

Flanking markers and genomic positions

F(1)

1%(2)

5%(2)

10%(2)

Add.(4)

SE(5)

Dom.(4)

SE

R2(3)


1

429

MCW0023-MCW0145

156,472,062 - 162,032,735

5,86

8,64

7,52

4,33

-2,27

1,48

7,07

2,35

2%

2

0

MCW0082

5,313,874

6,90

10,90

8,60

4,90

-4,32

1,43

4,38

2,19

2%

4

113

MCW0284-ADL331

54,907,139 - 63,195,046

6,25

10,33

8,00

5,18

-3,64

1,30

-3,87

1,90

2%

Z

69

MCW258-MCW241

21,403,330 - 34,264,059

18,59

16,24

13,63

12,2

3,61

0,84

na

na

1%


The effect was calculated as the effect of the allele originating from the parental RIR line. The marker map used in the Z-chromosome was: ADL117-(22cM)-MCW331-(12 cM)-MCW55-(16cM)-MCW258-(38cM)-MCW241.

1 F-ratio for the regression analysis.

2 Genome wide significant levels

3 R2 is the reduction (in %) of total phenotypic variance due to the presence of the QTL.

4 Real effect is the value divided by 100 (Add = additive effect, Dom = dominance effect)

5 SE = standard error

Honkatukia et al. BMC Genetics 2011 12:55   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-12-55

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