Figure 1.

MarkerYPC association in the KruskalWallis (KW) analysis. To determine marker-YPC associations, a framework map composed by markers spaced around 3–5 cM was considered from the map developed by [47]. The estimated centromere position is shown as a coloured segment within each chromosome. In chromosomes 6Hch and 7Hch centromeres were located in a single position since markers belonging to different chromosome arms mapped at the same position. For chromosomes 6Hch and 7Hch, the estimated centromere locations are shown as black triangles. The position of the candidate genes mapped in this work is highlighted using a coloured box. The significance of the KW analysis is shown: - Not significant; *0.1; **0.05; ***0.01; ****0.005; *****0.001; ******0.0005; *******0.0001. Three locations with at least five markers associated with YPC were considered as YPC regions (Regions 1 to 3). The most significant zone within these regions was determined using MQM analysis and permutation test (identified as YPC at 2HchL) and its position estimated at the peak LOD with a 2-LOD support interval.

Rodríguez-Suárez and Atienza BMC Plant Biology 2012 12:200   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-12-200
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