Table 2

Homology among Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) salinity tolerance QTL with two other salmonids
S. salar S. alpinus O. mykiss
LG (QTL trait) LG (QTL trait) LG (QTL trait)
2 (O) 4 (O, N, S1, S2), 12 (O), 27 (O), 16 (S2)
4q (
    N
, O)
20 (O, S1, S2) 9q (G)
5 (N) 20 (O, S1, S2)
9 (O) 5 (N, S1), 15 (N)
12p (O) 8 (
    S2
), 23 (S2)
25p (Cl)
14q (N,O) 20 (O, S1, S2)
17q (O) 28 (N)
19q (N,O) 34 (S1)
22 (N) 1 (N, S1, S2), 12(O), 27 (O), 23 (S2) 15p (G)
23 (N) 12(O), 16 (S2), 26 (S1, S2), 27 (O)

Salinity tolerance QTL associated with Na+/K+-ATPase activity (N), blood plasma osmolality (O), blood plasma Cl- concentration (Cl), gill tissue weight (G), and weight-specific growth rates at time S1 and S2. Homology assignments are based on > 2 markers (bold, italics), 2 markers (bold), or a single marker. Linkage group (LG) arms for Arctic charr are undefined. All QTL are chromosome-wide significant. Genome-wide significant QTL are underlined. Data for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) QTL were obtained from Le Bras et al. (2011) [11] and Norman et al. (2011) [15], respectively.

Norman et al.

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

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