Table 3

Comparative homeologous linkage group affinities between Salvelinus species and rainbow trout linkage groups1

Salvelinus linkage groups

Rainbow trout linkage groups

Salvelinus linkage groups

Rainbow trout linkage groups

Salvelinus linkage groups

Rainbow trout linkage groups


1/11

12q/29p

1/21

2p/29q

3/24

7q/15p

5/23

1/19q/9c/20c

10/15

10q/18

4/9

14q/25q

4/25a

11/12q/26

4/19

27c/?

6/23

27p/31p

6/8

3p/27p

7/17

11/12q/262

8/18

17p/22p

8/21

2p/29q

8/24

7q/15p3

12/27

12p/16p

13/34

14p/20q

13/16

8q/24p

20a/20b

2q/9q

18/25

6p?/30

19/32

13/23q

22/25

11/12q/26

23/35

27p/31p


1 Rainbow trout linkage group arms are designated as short (p), long (q), or centromeric (c) according to Danzmann et al. 2008 and Phillips et al. 2006. If a designation suffix is not indicated following the rainbow trout linkage group it is representative of a single acrocentric chromosome arm. Note: Linkage group RT-7 is depicted in an inverted orientation in Danzmann et al. (2008)

2 Sal-7/17 homologies are mostly synonymous with a larger syntenic block of RT-21. The homeolog for this grouping in not known at present.

3 appears to be a small region of synteny.

Timusk et al. BMC Genetics 2011 12:68   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-12-68

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