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Table 4 QTLs detected for 11 traits using the SNP linkage map across two normal N conditions

From: Mapping QTLs and association of differentially expressed gene transcripts for multiple agronomic traits under different nitrogen levels in sorghum

Trait QTL Chr Position (cM) Flanking marker Interval (cM)a LOD score Additiveb R2 (%)c
Chl-1 qChl1-7 7 97.8 S7_60490830 - S7_60947414 91.1–106.6 2.76 1.18 7.1
Chl-2 qChl2-9a 9 167.4 S9_45363122 - S9_58417131 159.9–174.4 10.2 3.20 50.8
Chl-3 qChl3-1 1 157.6 S1_50614823-S1_50837764 147.6–168.1 3.72 2.77 8.10
  qChl3-9 9 169.4 S9_45363122 - S9_58417132 163.6–182.6 2.64 2.13 11.8
PH qPH-9 9 171.4 S9_45363122 - S9_58417133 165.8–177.2 4.33 −39.8 44.2
AD qAD-1 1 213.9 S1_61836509 – S1_62490042 208.7–218.3 5.15 3.6 16
MC1 qMC1-6a 6 45.6 S6_48858797 - S6_49609588 44–46.8 13.5 2.39 29.1
  qMC1-6b 6 54.6 S6_52982294 - S6_54274803 49.3–61.9 4.84 1.47 16.2
MC2 qMC2-1 1 203 S1_55726325 - S1_57821154 191.3–210.9 4.57 2.70 15.3
  qMC2-6 6 91.6 S6_57001245 - S6_57540748 88.8–95.5 3.19 1.96 8.56
BY qBY-1 1 204 S1_55726325 - S1_57821154 197.3–220.9 2.60 −1.82 10.8
  qBY-9 9 167.4 S9_45363122 - S9_58417134 157.6–177.7 5.34 −2.41 33.8
GY qGY-1a 1 28.3 S1_2983876 - S1_3356469 16.7–32.3 3.84 0.52 9.84
  qGY-1b 1 223 S1_64266923 - S1_71768492 215.9–232.7 3.59 0.92 17.3
  qGY-9 9 161.4 S9_45363122 - S9_58417134 157.6–170.9 4.82 −0.67 17.6
TW qTW-5 5 22 S5_44956096 - S5_45759643 20–23.1 4.51 1.72 15.0
GS qGS-1a 1 190 S1_54743129 - S1_54776428 173.1–206.4 3.30 −0.06 11.3
  qGS-8 8 56.5 S8_398073 - S8_5494183 49.6–63.3 3.84 −0.09 17.6
  1. Chlorophyll contents at vegetative stage (Chl1), at anthesis (Chl2), and at maturity (Chl3); PH, plant height (cm)
  2. AD, days to anthesis; MC1, % stover moisture content; MC2, % head moisture content; BY, biomass yield (t.ha−1)
  3. GY, grain yield (t.ha−1); TW, test weight (g); GS, grain/stover ratio (%). a2.0-LOD drop support interval of the QTL; bAdditive effect: positive values of the additive effect indicate that alleles from CK60 were in the direction of increasing the trait score and vice versa; c Percentage of phenotypic variation explained by the QTL. The SNP underlined is the corresponding SNP of QTL