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Table 3 Putative additive QTL for spike-layer uniformity related traits that were significant in no less than three of the nine data sets based on the KJ-RIL population

From: QTL for spike-layer uniformity and their influence on yield-related traits in wheat

Traita QTLb No. of data setc LOD valued PVE%e Add effectf
PH qPh-1BL.1 3 8.30 5.38 −2.55
qPh-2B.1 7 5.79 4.59 2.09
qPh-2D 3 5.03 3.34 1.69
qPh-3A.1 6 4.59 3.33 1.75
qPh-3D.1 9 10.45 8.53 2.69
qPh-4B.2 9 23.56 22.53 −4.50
qPh-5A.1 7 7.21 5.51 −2.21
qPh-6B.1 9 12.79 10.87 −3.11
LTH qLth-2B.2 5 4.19 4.33 1.88
qLth-2D.2 3 8.39 4.07 1.67
qLth-3D.1 7 4.98 5.87 2.07
qLth-3D.2 3 3.09 2.95 −1.60
qLth-4B 9 18.19 25.04 −4.37
qLth-5A 3 3.22 3.48 −1.73
qLth-6B.1 9 9.64 12.68 −3.10
qLth-6B.2 4 4.50 4.13 −7.73
SLT qSlt-5A 5 3.64 7.69 −1.33
qSlt-6B.1 4 6.21 13.71 −1.86
SLN qSln-4A 3 3.57 6.26 0.14
qSln-4B.3 4 17.73 7.82 −0.15
qSln-5A 3 2.82 5.56 −0.13
qSln-6B 3 9.74 18.67 −0.21
SLU qSlu-4A 4 2.84 6.40 −0.02
qSlu-4B 3 4.46 8.00 0.01
qSlu-6B.1 3 5.78 12.04 0.02
  1. aLTH, The lowest tillers height; PH, Plant height; SL, Spike length; SLU, Spike-layer uniformity; SLN, Spike-layer number; SLT, Spike-layer thickness
  2. bA putative major QTL is marked in bold typeface and is characterized by a mean LOD > 3.0 and a mean PVE > 10%, and a putative stable QTL is underlined when this locus was detected in at least five of the nine data sets
  3. cThe number of data sets where the corresponding QTL showed significance
  4. dThe average LOD value across data sets
  5. eThe average percentage of explained phenotypic variation by the QTL across data sets
  6. fA positive sign indicates that the alleles from the Kenong9204 parent increased the corresponding trait value N, and a negative sign indicates that the alleles from the Jing411 parent increased the corresponding trait value
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