Figure 1.

SNP map with 58 significant (P <0.01) QTL effects among 42 S42ILs and nine traits. The chromosomes 1H to 7H are indicated as grey bars. The centromeric region is indicated as a black box within the chromosome. The cM positions of the SNP loci are indicated with the ruler at the bottom, according to Schmalenbach et al. [19]. The extent of the target Hsp introgression of each S42IL is given above the respective chromosome. Homozygous Hsp loci, heterozygous Hsp loci and loci without SNP data are presented in red, pink and light grey, respectively. The associated QTL effects are indicated right to the introgressions with abbreviations of the nine traits, i.e. TN, LN, LL, HEI, SDW, RL, RDW, LRR, SRR. Trait abbreviations are explained in Table 2. The colour of the abbreviations indicates an increasing (red) or decreasing (blue) Hsp effect. Highly significant (P < 0.001) associations are highlighted with an asterisk. Trait associations that were only detected under one treatment are labelled with N100 or N25, respectively.

Hoffmann et al. BMC Genetics 2012 13:88   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-13-88
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