Figure 1.

Genetic linkage maps: LGs 1 to 6. Bars on the left represent the LGs obtained for C14 and the bars on the right the LGs obtained for C15. Common markers between both maps are in bold and connected with a solid line. Markers in italics are in common with maps of Chancerel et al. [44] and the homologous LG in this study is indicated with brackets. Markers showing any special feature (see Results section) are underlined. Markers in color are candidate genes that co-localize with QTLs reported in previously published maps for wood properties (green), isotopic composition of C13 (violet) and ring growth (blue). SNPs belonging to the same contig are surrounded by a solid line and when they were too far from each other they are connected by a solid line in the left of the chromosome bar. Markers showing significant distorted segregation ratios are indicated with asterisks (*** means significant at 0.01 p-value, **** at 0.005, ***** at 0.001, ****** at 0.0005 and ******* at 0.0001). Annotations of SNPs are indicated by the term GO and a numeric code. Numeric codes for molecular function annotation level 2: 1 - binding; 2 - catalytic activity; 3 - structural molecule activity; 4 - transporter activity; 5 - enzyme regulator activity. Numeric codes for molecular function level 3: 1.1 - nucleic acid binding; 1.2 - nucleotide binding; 1.3 - protein binding; 1.4 - carbohydrate binding; 1.5 - lipid binding; 2.1 - hydrolase activity; 2.2 - transferase activity: 5.1 - sequence specific DNA binding; 6.1 - signal transducer activity.

de Miguel et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:527   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-527
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