Table 4

Associations between SEX and marker variation across various markers located within the two most likely sex linkage group regions in brook charr (i.e., either BC-18 or BC-4)

Linkage Group

Family

Marker

male alleles

No. of female progeny

No. of male progeny

χ2 value (1 df);

P-value from 1000 bootstrapping replicates


BC-18

HL3

BX079862

1

17

8

0.896; P = 0.369

2

12

10

BC-18

HL7

BX079862

1

14

11

2.768; P = 0.093

2

7

15

BC-18

HL3

BX319197

1

12

10

0.708; P = 0.408

3

16

8

BC-18

HL7

BX319197

2

8

18

3.305; P = 0.070

3

12

9

BC-4a

HL3

Ots500NWFSC

1

0

16

34.461; P = 0

9

24

2

BC-4a

HL7

Ots500NWFSC

1

0

26

42.081; P = 0

9

19

1

BC-4a

HL3

TC126859/i

1

26

2

31.056; P = 0

2

1

14

BC-4a

HL7

TC126859/i

1

0

28

48.000; P = 0

2

20

0

BC-4b

HL7

SSOSL32

2

8

17

2.006; P = 0.182

3

12

11

BC-91

HL3

TC126859/ii

1

15

10

0.065; P = 0.824

4

14

8

BC-9

HL7

TC126859/ii

1

9

15

0.174; P = 0.705

3

10

13


1 Sex linkage was tested on BC-9 due to the fact that marker TC126859 is duplicated in brook charr.

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

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