Table 4

Recombination ratios among individual male and female linkage groups
Linkage Group Female cM Male cM Female: Male
1 42.7 25 1.708
2 119.5 123 0.97154
3 79.3 96.9 0.81837
4 153.5 160.7 0.9552
5 72 76.6 0.93995
6 91.3 72.8 1.25412
7a 6.9 6.3 1.09524
7b 57.1 57.6 0.99132
8 71.2 81.3 0.87577
9 197.4 224.1 0.88086
10 155.4 126.2 1.23138
11 98.8 99.5 0.99296
12 113.2 123 0.92033
13 144.4 131.4 1.09893
14 126.9 138.9 0.91361
15 151.3 120.2 1.25874
16 80.9 84.1 0.96195
17 39.8 44.3 0.89842
18 120.9 115 1.0513
19 51.5 50.5 1.0198
20 156.8 212.8 0.73684
21 72.1 77.8 0.92674
22 189 176.2 1.07264
23 113.1 159.6 0.70865
24 104.2 115.9 0.89905
25 76.9 74.5 1.03221
26 53.3 46.8 1.13889
27 90.7 82.4 1.10073
28 71.3 91.3 0.78094
29 22.7 22.2 1.02252
Total 2924.1 3016.9 0.96924

The distance between the most proximal and distal of the shared markers was calculated for the male and female on each linkage group and a ratio was compared from these distances. Male LG27 corresponds to female LG27 and LG29; the distances between the shared markers from LG27-F and LG29-F are both included. LG7 is split in the male and 7a and 7b are the shared markers from each of the male linkage groups.

Everett et al.

Everett et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:521   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-521

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