Table 1

Location of salinity tolerance QTL detected in two Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) full-sib families
Analysis Trait LG Parent/family Marker or interval P PEV
Independent parents NKA 4q Female/7 Ssa17DU - Ssa171DU 0.019 0.136
4p Female/7 OMM1105 0.033 0.120
4q Female/9 OMM1161 - Ssa171DU 0.027 0.169
5 Female/9 Str58CNRS - AAG/CAC94 0.033 0.149
14 Female/9 BHMS111 - OMM1032 0.004 0.203
14 Male/9 BHMS111 - OMM1032 0.036 0.124
19 Male/9 BX319411 0.046 0.109
22 Male/7 AAG/CTT93 - AAG/CTA138 0.013 0.214
23 Male/7 Ssa20.19NUIG - AGC/CAA121 0.04 0.151
OSMO 2 Male/7 AAC/CAC86 - ACT/CAG243 0.031 0.149
4q Female/9 OMM1161 - Ssa171DU 0.01 0.215
9 Female/7 Ssa408UoS 0.008 0.157
12q Female/7 OMM1108 0.031 0.122
12p Female/7 BHMS272 0.004 0.281
12q Male/7 OMM1016 - OMM1108 0.028 0.306
14 Female/9 BHMS111 - OMM1032 0.004 0.094
14 Male/9 BHMS111 - OMM1032 0.008 0.280
17q Female/7 One114ADFG - OtsG83bUCD 0.044 0.127
19 Male/9 BX319411 0.009 0.153
Combined families NKA 4q Female/7 Ssa171DU 0.031a 0.063
Male /7 0.131
Female/9 0.039
Male/9 0.121
OSMO 4q Female/7 Ssa171DU 0.051 0.046
Male/7 0.224
Female/9 0.021
Male/9 0.022

Na+/K+-ATPase activity (NKA); blood plasma osmolality (OSMO); linkage group (LG); proportion of experimental variation (PEV). Chromosome-wide QTL (no superscipt) are significant at P ≤ 0.05, while genome-wide QTL (a) are significant at FDR ≤ 0.05.

Norman et al.

Norman et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:420   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-420

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