|Marker polymorphisms used for mapping, and distribution of the different markers according to the cross type (D1, D2 and C)|
|Number of scorable bands (evaluated in total)a||3,094||273||357||3,724|
|Number of segregating markers (genotyped)||685||220||87||992|
|Number of polymorphic markers between parents||488||151||74||713|
|Number of monomorphic markers between parents||197||69||13||279|
|Number of single dose markers (SDMs)b||535||130||65||730|
|SDMs of origin from ‘IAC66-6′ [D1]c||197||41||23||261|
|SDMs of origin from ‘TUC71-7′ [D2]c||192||60||32||284|
|SDMs of origin from both parents [C]d||146||29||10||185|
|Total number of linked markers on the map||395||95||56||546|
|Number of linked markers of origin from ‘IAC66-6′ [D1]||154||33||21||208|
|Number of linked markers of origin from ‘TUC71-7′ [D2]||164||46||30||240|
|Number of linked markers of origin from both parents [C]||77||16||5||98|
a AFLPs generated from 22 enzyme-selective primer combinations, EST-SSR alleles generated from 41 loci and scIvana_1-based markers generated from 6 restriction enzyme-primer combinations.
b Data obtained after Bonferroni’s correction.
c Markers present in only one parent with a 1:1 segregation ratio in the mapping population.
d Markers present in both parents with a 3:1 segregation ratio in the mapping population.
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