Table 3

QTL, sex and direction-of-cross effects (p< 0.001) in the G3population at age of 10 weeks
Trait QTL/Effect1 Chr Mb2 CI3 Marker4 LOD5 a (s.e.)6 d (s.e.)6 % G3 var7
Body weight (g) sex 83.01 8.43 (0.31) 68.35
pgm 6.44 1.67 (0.3) 2.81
1@27.0 1 54 47-59 rs31991963 8.93 −1.25 (0.21) −1.03 (0.31) 3.97
Lean mass (g) sex 62.43 5.74 (0.27) 55.22
pgm 7.78 1.59 (0.26) 4.42
1@27.0 1 54 47-55 rs31991963 13.91 −1.35 (0.18) −1.2 (0.26) 8.27
ML-Mass (g) sex 14.30 0.1 (0.01) 15.31
pgm 3.43 0.04 (0.01) 3.38
1@27.0 1 54 47-59 rs31991963 17.26 −0.07 (0.01) −0.07 (0.01) 18.90
MQ-Mass (g) sex 8.68 0.07 (0.01) 10.86
pgm 2.50 0.03 (0.01) 2.98
1@27.0 1 54 47-55 rs31991963 7.17 −0.04 (0.01) −0.04 (0.01) 8.88
Fat mass (g) sex 35.31 1.98 (0.15) 40.23
16@55.0 16 94 86-94 rs3143713 3.57 −0.07 (0.12) −0.55 (0.15) 3.16
Fat mass (%) sex 15.49 2.97 (0.36) 18.85
1@27.0 54 47-59 rs31991963 6.32 1.03 (0.24) 1.15 (0.35) 7.17
IMF-ML (%) sex 20.04 0.28 (0.03) 22.55
1@27.0 1 54 47-55 rs31991963 10.15 0.13 (0.02) 0.06 (0.03) 10.56
IMF-MQ (%) sex 50.46 0.41 (0.02) 37.56
pgm 39.19 −0.01 (0.03) 26.50
1@26.0 1 51 47-59 rs31991963 10.05 0.07 (0.01) 0.00 (0.02) 5.36
sex:pgm 16.08 −0.29 (0.03) 9.00

1 QTL positions are given as chromosome number, @, and the genetic distance from the centromer in cM.

2 Most likely chromosomal location given as Mb-position.

3 1-LOD support interval in Mb.

4 Marker closest to the chromosomal position with the highest LOD score.

5 LOD scores from the full model estimations.

6 additive (a) and dominance (d) effect and their standard errors (s.e.) determined with the non-transformed raw trait values, therefore given in the respective unit; the direction of a and d, respectively given as the effect of the BMMI866-allele.

7 G3 phenotypic variance (%) explained by the QTL; QTL effect given as the reduction of the residual sum of squares fitting 1 vs. 0 QTL.

Kärst et al.

Kärst et al. BMC Genomics 2013 14:16   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-14-16

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