Table 2

Summary of QTL for PC and WS
QTL1) Chr2) Marker3) Range4) Effect5) F-value6) P-FDR27) R2 8) (%) [Hsp]9) RP[Hsp]10) (%) Add11)
Proline content
QPC.S42.3H 3H bPb-4628 175.2 M, M x T 23.6 < 0.01 6.1 2.1 - 43 - 0.77
QPC.S42.4H 4H EBmac635 130-138 M, M x T 15.5 < 0.05 4.2 2.5 - 27 - 0.47
QPC.S42.5H 5H MGB338 95 M x T 14.0 < 0.01 4.1 4.8  54  0.89
QPC.S42.6H 6H Bmag613 68-84.6 M, M x T 20.5 < 0.01 4.0 2.6 - 26 - 0.44
Wilting score
QWS.S42.1H 1H HvABAIP 94.9 - 123.9 M 43.4 < 0.01 12.0 3.4 - 17 - 0.27
QWS.S42.2H 2H bPb-4261 38.9 - 44.7 M 28.4 < 0.01 5.6 4.7  22  0.43
QWS.S42.3H 3H bPb-9110 118.7 - 141.9 M 211.4 < 0.01 34.0 5.0  35  0.48
QWS.S42.4H 4H VrnH2 140.2 - 146 M 21.5 < 0.01 9.4 3.4 - 17 - 0.18

1)Description of quantitative trait locus. 2)Chromosome. 3)Linked DNA marker revealing strongest F-value 4)CentiMorgan positions of associated DNA markers from the first to the last significant marker in a QTL region. 5)Effects showing by the QTL, marker main (M) and marker by treatment (M*T) interaction effects. 6)F-value of the given marker locus. 7)Probability of false discovery rate at P < 0.05. 8)Genetic variance explained by M or M x T. For calculation see von Korff et al. [34]. 9)Trait value of homozygous exotic genotypes Hsp in terms of Lsmeans across years.10)Relative performance of the homozygous exotic allele, RPHsp, a “-“indicates a reduction in trait value. 11)The additive effect is half the difference between the phenotypic means of the homozygous elite and exotic marker genotypes. Traits; PC (proline content) and WS (leaf wilting score).

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