## Table 4 |
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ACSL4 haplotype effects on phenotypes in the joint population |
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Traits^{1} |
Pvalue^{2} |
Haplotype^{3} |
Least-square means^{4} |
SE |

CW (kg) | 0.57 | 1-1 | 0.05 | 0.31 |

1-2 | −0.24 | 0.42 | ||

2-1 | 0.31 | 0.62 | ||

Average BFT (mm) | <0.001 | 1-1 | −1.02^{a} |
0.22 |

1-2 | 1.19^{b} |
0.30 | ||

2-1 | 1.38^{b} |
0.44 | ||

HW (kg) | <0.001 | 1-1 | 0.05^{a} |
0.01 |

1-2 | −0.06^{b} |
0.02 | ||

2-1 | −0.07^{b} |
0.03 | ||

IMF (%) | <0.001 | 1-1 | −0.11^{a} |
0.04 |

1-2 | 0.15^{b} |
0.05 | ||

2-1 | 0.15^{b} |
0.09 |

^{1} For abbreviations of the traits, see Table 1.

^{2}*P*-values for the test of a linear model accounting for fixed effects of the haplotype,
sire and dam.

^{3}Haplotypes are coded as x-y, where x is the allele for the SNP *ACSL4I3B280R*, and y is the allele for the SNP *ACSL4I3B359M*.

^{4}Values within a trait with different superscripts differed significantly (*P* < 0.05). A value marked as ^{a} is significantly different from those marked as ^{b}.

Ma * et al.*

Ma * et al.* *BMC Genetics* 2013 **14**:46 doi:10.1186/1471-2156-14-46