Genetic map of wheat developed using an RIL population derived from the cross of the cultivars KN9204 and J411, and comparison of this novel map with previously developed physical maps of bread and durum wheat [16, 20–25]. The approximate positions of centromeres are indicated by arrowheads. Short arms are at the top. The positions of the marker loci are listed to the left of the corresponding chromosomes. The names of the marker loci are listed to the right of the corresponding chromosomes. The lines show the genetic/physical relationships between markers found on both the novel genetic map and the previously compiled physical maps. If the physical bin of a marker locus was inconsistent in more than one previous study, we indicated all of the possible physical positions of the locus. Markers that exhibited distorted segregation were marked by *(P < 0.05) or **(P < 0.01). Loci assigned to different chromosomes than those they were assigned to in previously compiled maps are underlined, and that are first reported in this map are marked by bold typeface.