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Table 1 Details of QTLs and QTBs from RTM-GWAS

From: Uncovering the Novel QTLs and Candidate Genes of Salt Tolerance in Rice with Linkage Mapping, RTM-GWAS, and RNA-seq

QTL Chr Size of QTL Pos of QTL QTB Pos of QTB − logP PEV (%)
qST-3.1 Chr3 0.31 16,994,792–17,308,890 Block107986 17,144,792–17,158,890 2.95 4.8706984
qST-4.1 Chr4 0.32 28,073,408–28,389,701 Block134443 28,223,408–28,239,701 2.74 4.12779992
qST-4.2 Chr4 0.31 34,076,941–34,389,322 Block138596 34,226,941–34,239,322 2.56 5.27897414
qST-5.1 Chr5 0.20 8,337,466–8,540,272 Block142677 8,487,466–8,513,778 2.29 4.16431194
qST-6.1 Chr6 0.04 158,939–203,553 Block151076 308,939–342,522 4.62 12.6821866
qST-6.2 Chr6 0.34 21,811,442–22,148,865 Block159231 21,961,442–21,998,865 3.28 8.1133099
qST-8.1 Chr8 0.31 26,804,808–27,118,145 Block190194 26,954,808–26,968,145 2.50 4.44373423
  1. The QTL confidence interval was from the 0.15 Mb upstream and downstream of QTB. qST-5.1 and qST-6.1 were redefined using the intersection result of RTM-GWAS and R/qtl’s QTL position. Chr, Pos, QTB, and PEV were the abbreviations of chromosome, position, quantitative trait blocks, and position effect variegation, respectively