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Table 3 QTLs detected for five grain size traits in F2 and F2:3 populations

From: Validation of a QTL for Grain Size and Weight Using an Introgression Line from a Cross between Oryza sativa and Oryza minuta

Trait QTL Chr. Interval F2    F2:3   
     LOD A R2 (%) LOD A R2 (%)
GL qGL1 1 RM7341–RM128 4.55 −0.142 8.77 4.35 −0.144 9.13
GL qGL2 2 RM12924–RM5812 4.20 −0.120 6.90 3.81 −0.123 7.09
GL qGL7 7 RM500–RM429 7.34 −0.190 16.30 6.15 −0.180 15.09
GL qGL8 8 RM408–RM3702 2.82 −0.066 5.13 2.65 −0.060 4.85
GW qGW3 3 RM3199–RM3684 2.55 −0.047 5.77    
LWR qLWR1 1 RM7341–RM128 2.92 −0.051 7.55 2.81 −0.050 7.40
LWR qLWR2 2 RM12924–RM5812 2.69 −0.040 5.02 2.74 −0.043 5.68
LWR qLWR8 8 RM3845–RM6948     2.52 −0.038 4.72
GT qGT6 6 RM7158–RM276 4.26 0.021 5.68 4.96 0.032 6.25
GT qGT8 8 RM3845–RM6948     2.59 0.024 7.41
TGW qTGW2 2 RM6307–RM5807 2.57 −0.072 7.06 2.54 −0.070 6.75
TGW qTGW7 7 RM500–RM429 4.56 −0.070 9.97 3.74 −0.061 6.65
  1. GL grain length (mm), GW grain width (mm), LWR the ratio of grain length to grain width, GT grain thickness (mm), TGW thousand grain weight (g). A, Additive effect of QTL Positive value and negative value of additive effects represented the Nipponbare and IL188 alleles, respectively. R, variance explained by the QTL