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Table 2 Mapped integrated QTLs for Fusarium ear rot (FER), fumonisin B1 (FB1) contamination and days to silking (DTS) by multiple QTL mapping in a F2:3 population (CO441xCO354) artificially infected with side-needle (F) and toothpick (T) inoculation methods in early (A) and late sowing (B) of 2011 and 2012, detected in more than 1 year/sowing/inoculation technique. Co-mapping QTLs for FER, FB1 contamination and DTS are in bold

From: QTL mapping and candidate genes for resistance to Fusarium ear rot and fumonisin contamination in maize

Integrated QTL namea LG.binb LOD peakc R2 (%)d LOD positione (cM) Cofactor markerf Additive Effectg Dominance Effecth mu_Ai mu_Hl mu_Bm QTL detectionn
qFER-1 1.05 9.57 11 174.986 1ch92268079 −0.32 0.76 3.642 4.719 4.278 1 F; 4 T
qFER-2.1 2.00 7.96 4.5 18.472 phi96100 0.4 −0.01 4.401 3.998 3.559 2 F; 4 F; 4 T
qFER-2.2 2.03 5.5 5.6 88.274 2ch15292681 0.26 0.46 3.637 3.842 3.125 2 T; 3 F
qFER-2.3 2.04 5.67 5.5 125.698 2ch38532783 0.23 −0.29 3.845 3.325 3.324 2 T; 4 T
qFER-2.4 2.05 9.88 11.6 165.676 bnlg1909 0.54 −0.42 4.503 3.540 3.417 1 F; 4 F; 4 T
qFER-3 3.05 8.63 7.5 297.535 3ch155286584 −0.32 0.39 3.109 3.820 3.745 1 F; 1 T; 2 F
qFER-4 4.10 7.94 8.4 313.514 4ch239495017 −0.14 0.46 3.447 4.048 3.722 3 F; 4 F
qFER-5 5.02 9.15 10 68.666 5ch10243313 −0.59 −0.49 2.786 2.891 3.975 2 F; 2 T; 4 T
qFER-6 6.01 19.47 13.6 24.910 6ch85961919 0.46 −0.07 4.458 3.928 3.542 2 F; 4 F
qFER-7 7.02 15.45 17.5 143.720 bnlg1164 −0.51 −0.32 3.521 3.713 4.545 1 F; 1 T; 2 T; 3 F; 3 T; 4 T
qFER-8 8.06 5.82 8.8 173.071 8ch152286794 0.25 0.42 3.881 4.059 3.389 3 F; 3 T
qFER-9.1 9.03 5.11 8.8 111.706 9ch77768666 −0.44 −0.37 3.084 3.147 3.957 1 F; 1 T
qFER-9.2 9.05 16.16 18.7 143.050 bnlg1270 −0.76 0.26 2.619 3.644 4.142 2 F; 2 T; 3 T
qFER-9.3 9.06 4.83 4.8 170.642 9ch147073999 −0.11 −0.28 3.470 3.296 3.699 3 F; 4 T
qFER-9.4 9.07 8.88 5.1 221.106 9ch152032473 0.09 0.42 4.091 4.424 3.909 1 T; 4 F
qFB1-1.1 1.05 6.58 6.1 166.834 umc2025 −16.07 10.77 4.585 7.269 7.799 4 T; 4 F
qFB1-1.2 1.08 6.45 5 286.955 1ch248925051 −0.2 20.07 5.366 7.393 5.406 1 F; 4 F; 4 T
qFB1-1.3 1.11 5.47 4.2 361.786 1ch289346273 1.08 −17.16 5.494 3.670 5.278 3 F; 4 F
qFB1-2 2.05 10.73 17.2 164.890 bnlg1909 18.11 −10.7 7.350 4.469 3.728 1 F; 2 F
qFB1-3 3.05 10.77 5.6 297.535 3ch155286584 −8.98 4.25 5.552 6.875 7.348 3 T; 4 F
qFB1-4.1 4.01 5.61 5.1 26.277 4ch2672212 −1.83 18.31 6.008 8.022 6.375 3 T; 4 T
qFB1-4.2 4.05 12.53 4.6 107.351 4ch35659578 −7.28 −5.38 4.396 4.586 5.852 3 F; 4 T
qFB1-4.3 4.08 11.98 4.2 193.826 4ch180229652 −5.26 −3.85 4.722 4.862 5.773 3 F; 3 T
qFB1-5 5.08 19.92 7.7 270.337 5ch211812130 −9.28 −11.02 3.779 3.604 5.634 3 F; 4 T
qFB1-6.1 6.01 7.88 3.9 24.910 6ch85961916 3.7 −2.59 6.989 6.361 6.250 3 F; 3 T
qFB1-6.2 6.05 6.24 2.9 110.387 6ch141801055 5.69 −7.98 6.977 5.611 5.840 1 F; 3 T
qFB1-7.1 7.02 6.32 12.8 126.321 7ch31316454 −13.44 −10.35 5.809 6.118 8.497 1 T; 2 T
qFB1-7.2 7.02 12.22 12.4 143.720 bnlg1164 −19.26 −9.18 4.266 5.274 8.117 2 F; 3 F; 4 T
qFB1-9.1 9.01 17.75 5.4 17.000 umc1867 9.76 −8.94 5.682 3.812 3.730 3 F; 3 T
qFB1-9.2 9.04 8.31 4 119.706 9ch120504202 3.47 −11.16 6.472 5.009 5.779 3 T; 4 F
qFB1-9.3 9.06 10.86 5.5 180.101 9ch147547533 −10.39 −6.63 5.369 5.745 7.448 3 T; 4 F
qFB1-9.4 9.07 11.28 5.5 212.419 9ch154004726 −11.12 −8.29 5.296 5.579 7.521 1 T; 2 T; 3 T
qDTS-1.1 1.01 13.8 9.9 28.341 1ch4761508 1.04 −0.55 6.393 6.234 6.185 2; 4
qDTS-1.2 1.06 17.46 8 213.166 1ch198357255 1.33 0.37 7.215 7.119 6.949 1; 3
qDTS-3 3.07 6.08 3.8 179.152 3ch195814817 −0.32 −1.03 6.257 6.186 6.322 2; 3; 4
qDTS-4 4.07 7.96 13 177.898 4ch179647258 0.7 −2.31 6.715 6.415 6.575 2; 3
qDTS-5 5.01 8.35 3.4 48.343 5ch5578080 0.46 1.15 7.128 7.197 7.036 1; 3
qDTS-6 6.01 6.02 9.9 27.25 6ch85961881 1.41 −0.78 6.786 6.567 6.505 2; 3; 4
qDTS-7 7.05 12.17 5.2 267.416 umc2333 0.63 0.31 7.144 7.112 7.018 1; 4
qDTS-8.1 8.01 8.75 3.5 87.423 8ch7301310 0.8 0.42 7.162 7.124 7.002 1; 4
qDTS-8.2 8.09 6.04 3.8 287.835 8ch173447681 −0.39 −1.3 6.250 6.159 6.328 1; 4
  1. a Integrated QTL name composed by the trait code followed by the LG number in which the QTL was mapped and a decimal if more than one integrated QTL is detected for the same trait in the same LG
  2. b Linkage group and bin position of the nearest flanking marker to the highest LOD peak
  3. c Maximum LOD peak in the integrated QTL
  4. d Maximum phenotypic variation explained in the integrated QTL
  5. e LOD peak position of the maximum LOD peak in the integrated QTL
  6. f Nearest flanking marker to the maximum LOD peak in the integrated QTL
  7. g Negative and positive values refer to CO354 and CO441 as the origin of the beneficial allele, respectively
  8. h Negative values indicate that the heterozygotes are more resistant than the respective mean between the two homozygotes
  9. i Mean of the distribution of quantitative trait associated with the CO354 genotype
  10. l Mean of the distribution of quantitative trait associated with the CO441 genotype
  11. m Mean of the distribution of quantitative trait associated with the heterozygote genotype. When no dominance was fitted mu_H correspond to the mean of the sum among the average of the two homozygotes
  12. n Year, sowing time and inoculation technique in which the QTL was detected: 1 = 2011A; 2 = 2011B; 3 = 2012A; 4 = 2012B; F = side-needle inoculation; T = toothpick inoculation