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Table 1 Summary of the SNPs analyzed for scaffolds 1–8

From: The peach volatilome modularity is reflected at the genetic and environmental response levels in a QTL mapping population

   Polymorphic SNPs SNPs selected Map distance (cM) Marker density (cM/marker)
Scaffold Total SNPs SNPs (% of total) MxR_01' Granada' MxR_01' Granada' MxR_01' Granada' MxR_01' Granada'
Sc1 959 319 (33%) 282 37 26 0 75.01 0 2.89 X
Sc2 1226 461 (38%) 273 188 0 13 0 59.08 X 4.54
Sc3 700 336 (48%) 325 11 40 0 87.28 0 2.18 X
Sc4 1439 496 (34%) 269 227 29 10 69.95 22.46 2.41 2.25
Sc5 476 243 (51%) 196 47 14 8 50.8 39.61 3.63 4.95
Sc6 827 364 (44%) 188 176 15 20 61.18 75.75 4.08 3.79
Sc7 686 318 (46%) 168 150 21 16 70.45 50.87 3.35 3.18
Sc8 804 328 (41%) 269 59 33 7 65.37 16.70 1.98 2.39
TOTAL 7117 2865 (40%) 1970 895 178 74 480 264   
  1. For each scaffold, the total number of SNPs present in the array (Total SNPs) and the number of polymorphic markers with the percentage of the total (in parentheses) are indicated. Also, for each parental map (‘ MxR_01’ and ‘ Granada’), the total number of polymorphic SNPs found at each scaffold and the number of SNPs selected for map construction are indicated. Map distance (in cM) indicates the length of the linkage group corresponding to each chromosome and the total map distance covered for both parental maps. Marker density indicates the distance between contiguous markers (on average) in each map. X indicates those cases where there were not enough markers to build a genetic map and for which marker density could therefore not be calculated.
  2. For each scaffold, the total number of SNPs present in the array (Total SNPs) and the number of polymorphic markers with the percentage of the total (in parentheses) are indicated. Also, for each parental map (‘ MxR_01’ and ‘ Granada’), the total number of polymorphic SNPs found at each scaffold and the number of SNPs selected for map construction are indicated. Map distance (in cM) indicates the length of the linkage group corresponding to each chromosome and the total map distance covered for both parental maps. Marker density indicates the distance between contiguous markers (on average) in each map. X indicates those cases where there were not enough markers to build a genetic map and for which marker density could therefore not be calculated.