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Table 4 Linkage groups associated with distinct branching patterns

From: Association mapping in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) reveals independent control of apical vs. basal branching

Quarter 1 12 123 2 3 23 34 234 4  
Branching Apical Mid-apical Mid-apical Mid Mid Mid Mid-basal Mid-basal Basal 2B a
1           
2a         
2b          
3         
4         
5          
6a          
6b         
8a           
8b           
9           
10a
10b         
12          
13a           
13b         
13c       
15a          
15b           
16a          
16b          
16c         
17           
  1. Plants were classified into various branching types depending on the presence of branches in a given quarter (see Figure 1 for more details). a2B indicates secondary branching. The orange (Georgia), black (Iowa), and blue (British Columbia) Xs indicate significant SNPs at the three different locations. When more than one association was detected on a single linkage group (LG), the associations were labeled alphabetically based on their position in the LG. The position of the B locus corresponds to the associations on LG 10a (see methods for details).