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Table 2 Published potato QTL mapping studies included in the QTL meta-analysis

From: Construction of a potato consensus map and QTL meta-analysis offer new insights into the genetic architecture of late blight resistance and plant maturity traits

Reference Cross Pop. sizea No. of maps consideredb Resistance assayc Maturity traitd QTL detection methode
[39] Bormann et al., 2004 -S. tuberosum Leyla x S. tuberosum Escort 84 1 c FF MT LR
  -S. tuberosum Leyla x S. tuberosum Nikita 95     
[55] Bradshaw et al., 2004 -S. tuberosum 12601ab1 x S. tuberosum Stirling 200-226 / FF, FG, T% MT, PH LR
[68] Bradshaw et al., 2006 -HB193 = HB171 (S. tuberosum PDH247 x S. phureja DB226) x S. phureja DB226 87-120 / FF, FG, T% / IM
[42] Collins et al., 1999 -GDE = G87D2.4.1[(DH Flora x PI 458.388) x (DH Dani x PI 230468)] x I88.55.6 {[DH (Belle de Fontenay x Kathadin) x PI 238141]x [DH Jose x (PI 195304 x WRF 380)]} 113 2 FF, TS MT, PV LR
[35] Costanzo et al., 2005 -BD410 = BD142-1 (S. phureja x S. stenotomum) x BD172-1 (S. phureja x S. stenotomum) 132 1 c FF / IM
[38] Danan et al., 2009 -96D31 = S. tuberosum CasparH3 x S. sparsipilum PI 310984 93 4 FF, ST / CIM
  -96D32 = S. tuberosum RosaH1 x S. spegazzinii PI 208876 116     
[54] Ewing et al., 2000 -BCT = M200-30 (S. tuberosum USW2230 x S. berthaultii PI 473331) x S. tuberosum HH1-9 146 1 c FF / LR
[69] Ghislain et al., 2001 -PD = S. phureja CHS-625 x S. tuberosum PS-3 92 2 FF / IM
[41] Leonards-Schippers et al., 1994 -P49xP40 = H82.368/3 (P49) x H80.696/4 (P40) †† 197 2 LT / LR
[70] Meyer et al., 1998 -S. tuberosum 12601ab1 x S. tuberosum Stirling 94 / FF / LR
[71] Naess et al., 2000 -1K6 = J101K6 (S. bulbocastanum x S. tuberosum)] x S. tuberosum Atlantic 64 1 c FG / LR
[64] Oberhagemann et al., 1999 -K31 = H80.577/1 x H80.576/16 ††† 113 1 c (K31) LT MT, PV LR
  -GDE = G87D2.4.1 [(DH Flora x PI 458.388) x (DH Dani x PI 230468)] x I88.55.6 {[DH (Belle de Fontenay x Kathadin) x PI 238141]x [DH Jose x (PI 195304 x WRF 380)]} 109     
[72] Sandbrink et al., 2000 -89-13 = S. microdontum MCD167 x S. tuberosum SH 82-44-111 67 1 (MCD167) FF / IM
  -89-14 = S. microdontum MCD167 x S. tuberosum SH 77-114-2988 46     
  -89-15 = S. microdontum MCD167 x S. tuberosum SH 82-59-223 47     
  -89-16 = S. microdontum MCD178 x S. tuberosum SH 82-44-111 82     
  -89-17 = S. microdontum MCD178 x S. tuberosum SH 77-114-2988 67     
  -89-18 = S. microdontum MCD178 x S. tuberosum SH 82-59-223 58     
[40] Simko et al., 2006 - BD410 = BD142-1 (S. phureja x S. stenotomum) x BD172-1 (S. phureja x S. stenotomum) 125 1 c WT MT MQM
[57] Sliwka et al., 2007 -98-21 = DG 83-1520 (P1) x DG 84-195 (P2) †††† 156 2 LT, TS MT LR
[73] Sorensen et al., 2006 -HGG = S. tuberosum 89-0-08-21 x S. vernei 3504 70 1 c (HGG) FF / MQM
  -HGIHJS = S. tuberosum 90-HAE-42 x S. vernei 3504 107     
[36] Villamon et al., 2005 -PCC1 = MP1-8 (S. paucissectum PI 473489-1 x S. chromatophilum PI 310991-1) x S. chromatophilum PI 310991-1 184 1 c FF, FG / CIM
[56] Visker et al., 2003 -CxE = USW5337.3 (S. phureja x S. tuberosum) x USW5337.3 (S. vernei × S. tuberosum) 67 / FF MT MQM
[58] Visker et al., 2005 -Progeny 5 SHxCE = S. tuberosum SH82-44-111 x CE51 (S. phureja x (S. vernei x S. tuberosum)) 227 / FF MT IM
  -Progeny 2 DHxI =S. tuberosum DH84-19-1659 x I88.55.6 ((S. tuberosum x S. stenotomum) x S. tuberosum x S. stenotomum) 201     
  1. aPopulation size for mapping; numbers could vary according to the phenotypic assessments for late blight resistance and maturity traits.
  2. bA single number indicates the number of parental maps included in meta-analysis, otherwise the parental map which has been included is given; c: consensus map;/: no map was included because of a lack of common markers.
  3. cResistance assay: FF: foliage test in field, FG: foliage test in glasshouse, T%: tuber test in percentage of the number of infected tubers, WT: whole tuber test by scoring the tuber damage, TS: tuber slice test, LT: leaf test, ST: stem test.
  4. dMaturity trait: MT: maturity type (assessment based on visual classification of senescence of the foliage), PH: plant height, PV: plant vigour.
  5. eLR: linear regression, IM: simple interval mapping, CIM: composite interval mapping, MQM: multiple QTL mapping.
  6. G87D2.4.1 pedigree includes S. kurtzianum, S. vernei, S. tuberosum, and S. tarijense; I88.55.6 pedigree includes S. tuberosum and S. stenotomum [64].
  7. †† P40 pedigree includes S. tuberosum and S. spegazzinii [41]
  8. ††† Unknown pedigree [64].
  9. †††† Parental clone pedigrees of 98-21 population include S. tuberosum, S. chacoense, S. verrucosum, S. microdontum, S. gourlayi, S. yougasense [57].