Table 3

Parameters associated with the QTLs identified in progeny 1 (P1) with a two-QTL test
Chr1 Progeny Trait First QTL (cM)2

Second QTL

(cM)3

LRT4

Flanking markers Q15

(Mb)

Flanking markers Q26

(Mb)

P-value7 SL8
5 P1 CSW4 2 104 48.10 1.32-4.46 31.57-41.62 <0.05 *
9 P1 CAEC 46 56 118.85 6.35-8.848 14.00-16.64 <0.0001 ***
9 P1 CSW5 45 52 58.07 6.35 11.64-14.01 <0.0001 ***
15 P1 CAEC 8 29 112.14 4.23-5.16 7.46-8.85 <0.005 **
15 P1 CSW4 20 33 48.40 6.15-6.94 7.46-8.85 <0.01 *
22 P1 CAEC 0 28 84.75 1.17 1.53-2.63 <0.05 *
22 P1 CSW5 29 42 59.70 2.63 2.63-3.19 <0.0001 ***
24 P1 CAEC 23 51 87.78 3.56 5.13-6.13 <0.05 *
24 P1 CSW4 44 51 38.59 5.13 5.13-6.13 <0.0001 ***

1Chromosome number.

2Location of the first QTL.

3Location of the second QTL.

4Likelihood Ratio Test.

5Positions of the two markers flanking the first QTL peak.

6Positions of the two markers flanking the second QTL peak.

7P-values of the H0 vs H2 test obtained by 1000 chromosome-wide permutations.

8 H0 vs H2 significance level: *significant at P < 0.05 at the chromosome-wide level, ** significant at P < 0.01 at the chromosome-wide level, *** significant at P < 0.05 at the genome-wide level.

Thanh-Son et al.

Thanh-Son et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:198   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-198

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