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Table 1 List of eight major QTL controlling flowering time in HEB-25

From: Modelling the genetic architecture of flowering time control in barley through nested association mapping

QTL Chr a Pos b Range b Peak marker c No. Seg. Fam. d P BON-HOLM e p G f CV Freq. g Effect h CG i
QFt.HEB25-1b 1H 128.3 128.0-128.3 SCRI_RS_150786 25 2.41E-18 0.01 68 −1.4 HvELF3 [46,47]
QFt.HEB25-2b 2H 23.0 16.8-23.8 BK_16 24 3.39E-130 0.36 100 −9.5 Ppd-H1 [15]
QFt.HEB25-2c 2H 57.4 56.4-58.1 BOPA2_12_30265 25 2.25E-42 0.05 84 −3.0 HvCEN [35]
QFt.HEB25-3c 3H 108.4 107.8-109.2 BOPA1_ABC07496_ pHv1343_02 23 2.62E-62 0.04 83 −3.1 denso [45]
QFt.HEB25-4a 4H 3.5 3.5 BOPA2_12_31458 24 5.08E-15 0.05 82 3.2  
QFt.HEB25-4e 4H 113.4 113.4-114.3 SCRI_RS_216897 24 4.58E-17 0.02 100 2.2 Vrn-H2 [17]
QFt.HEB25-5d 5H 125.5 125.5-125.8 BOPA1_4795_782 24 2.31E-33 0.06 60 3.8 Vrn-H1 [18]
QFt.HEB25-7a 7H 34.3 25.9-34.3 BOPA2_12_30895 23 6.04E-69 0.07 100 4.1 Vrn-H3 [16]
  1. aBarley chromosome on which the QTL was determined.
  2. bGenetic position of the peak marker and range of the QTL in cM, based on Comadran et al. [35].
  3. cMarker of the QTL with the highest significance (peak marker).
  4. dNumber of families, in which peak marker is segregating.
  5. eSignificance of the peak marker, expressed as PBON-HOLM.
  6. fCross-validated proportion of explained genotypic variance of peak marker.
  7. gFrequency of significant detections of the peak marker in 100 five-fold cross-validation runs.
  8. hDifference between the wild genotype and the cultivated genotype in days until flowering. Early flowering effects of exotic alleles are indicated in red.
  9. iCandidate gene, potentially explaining the QTL effect with reference.