Table 1

Mapping populations

Map

Parental

lines

Subspecies

Market

class

Horticultural

group

Population

type

Population

size

Number

of markers

Number of

polymorphic anchor markers

Maximum

number of shared markers

Map

length (cM)

Reference


INRA

VĂ©drantais

melo

Charentais

cantalupensis

RIL

154

223

82

68

1654

[11,27]

PI 161375

agrestis

chinensis


ARO

Dulce

melo

Cantaloup

reticulatus

RIL

94

713

56

64

1222

[18]

PI 414723

agrestis

momordica


IRTA

Piel de sapo

melo

Piel de sapo

inodurus

DHL

69

238

100

111

1244

[15]

DHL

14

528

[17]

PI 161375

agrestis

chinensis

F2

93

293

37

111

1197

[10]


NITVS

AR 5

melo

Cantaloup

reticulatus

RIL

93

228

70

70

877

[16]

Hakurei 3

melo

Cantaloup

reticulatus


NERCV

K7-1

melo

Hami melon

cantalupensis

RIL

107

237

35

41

[32]

K-7-2

melo

Hami melon

cantalupensis


USDA

USDA 846-1

hybrid

RIL

81

245

37

64

1116

[13]

Top Mark

melo

Western

reticulatus

Shipper

Top Mark

melo

Western

reticulatus

Q 3-2-2

melo

Shipper

conomon/

F2

117

168

35

64

1095

[14]

momordica


Summary of the mapping populations used to construct the integrated map. Each map is named by the abbreviation of the collaborating institutions (INRA, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, France; ARO, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel; IRTA, Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia AgroalimentĂ ries, Spain; NITVS, National Institute of Vegetable and Tea Science, Japan; NERCV, National Engineering Research Center for Vegetables, China; and USDA-ARS U. S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, USA). The genotypes used as mapping parents belong to the subspecies (Cucumis melo L.: ssp. melo or C. melo ssp. agrestis), and the market class and horticultural group are classified according to Pitrat et al. (2000) [49]. The DHL population of 14 genotypes is actually a selected sample for bin mapping of the 69 DHLs [12]. The number of polymorphic anchor markers segregating within each map and the maximum number of markers shared by each map with at least one of the other maps are also shown.

Diaz et al. BMC Plant Biology 2011 11:111   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-11-111

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