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Table 1 SSR markers used for NILs development

From: Application of a library of near isogenic lines to understand context dependent expression of QTL for grain yield and adaptive traits in bread wheat

QTL region Trait Marker Reference
1B HD wmc44 – barc80 [1, 3] HD ↓ PH ↑
1D HD gdm111 [1, 3, 4] HD – GRYLD – L/W ↑ TGRWT - GRW↓
2A PH gwm359 – gwm122 [2, 3] PH – GRYLD - TGRWT – GRL ↑
2D PH cdf36 – gwm261 [2] PH ↓
2D GRYLD wmc18 – gwm539 [3, 4] GRYLD ↓ GRL – L/W ↑
3A PH- GRYLD gwm369 – wmc505 – barc19 – wmc264 [14] HD - PH - GRYLD ↓ GRL – L/W ↑
3B PH cfd79b – gwm285 – wmc326 [2, 3] HD ↓ PH ↑
3B GRYLD gwm389 – barc75 – gwm493 [3, 4] GRYLD – TGRWT - GRA – GRL – GRW ↑
5A GRYLD gwm156a – gwm186 [3, 4] TGRWT - GRA – GRL – L/W ↓
6A PH barc23a – barc171 – gwm570 [1, 2] HD ↓ PH ↑
6B PH wmc105 – gwm219 [1, 2] HD - PH ↓
7B GRYLD barc176 – wmc517 – gwm577 [1, 3] HD ↓ PH ↑
7D GRYLD cdf21a – psp3113 [3, 4] PH - GRL – L/W ↓
  1. (HD = Heading date, PH = Plant height and GRYLD = Grain yield. On 3A, HD and PH QTLs collocate in the same region in the original Avalon × Cadenza DH population. [1] Griffiths et al. 2009, [2] Griffiths et al. 2012, [3] Ma et al. 2015; [4] Gegas et al. 2010; ↑ and ↓ indicated that the Avalon allele increased or reduced, respectively, in the original QTL study)