Figure 1.

Genetic landscape for transcript accumulation variation. a. eQTL heatmap for CviCol population significant at a 5% FDR. Each horizontal bar represents an eQTL mapped on the x-axis and controlling the accumulation of a transcript expressed from the locus indicated on the y-axis. The colour of the bar indicates the direction and strength of the eQTL additive effect, and its length along the x axis encompasses the eQTL support interval. Local eQTLs form the diagonal, while distant eQTLs fall elsewhere in the map. b. eQTL heatmap for BurCol as described in a. c. Bar plot indicating the proportion of local and distant eQTLs for increasing LOD value intervals in CviCol set. d. Bar plot as in c. for BurCol set.

Cubillos et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:117   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-117
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