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Table 1 Phenotypic variation of MH and PH population in four environments

From: Consensus genetic linkage map construction and QTL mapping for plant height-related traits in linseed flax (Linum usitatissimum L.)

Trait environments Female (cm) Male (cm) Mina (cm) Max b (cm) Meanc (cm) SDd CV (%)e Kurto sisf Skewnessg
PH population
 PH LZ 38.20 81.80 48.90 75.40 62.15 5.76 9.27 0.13 −0.14
JT 29.65 63.68 35.50 62.65 49.98 5.46 10.92 0.03 −0.52
YM 65.50 110.60 55.70 105.80 78.97 9.77 12.37 0.06 −0.06
LF 47.67 103.56 50.78 85.00 69.87 6.51 9.32 −0.24 −0.16
 TL LZ 27.50 70.30 31.70 81.20 56.45 5.99 10.62 1.64 0.40
JT 20.86 48.38 16.50 41.40 28.95 4.52 15.63 0.90 1.31
YM 51.32 88.30 38.60 128.00 83.30 10.39 12.47 1.63 0.30
MH population
 PH LZ 51.00 80.50 51.90 84.70 68.75 6.73 9.78 0.07 −0.44
JT 49.40 70.75 43.30 82.00 58.53 5.99 10.23 0.57 0.89
YM 74.10 110.60 59.40 94.70 75.19 7.35 9.77 0.27 −0.33
LF 50.90 93.50 50.78 94.78 70.01 7.89 11.26 −0.11 0.02
 TL LZ 41.87 68.90 35.40 67.00 51.09 5.82 11.39 0.05 −0.36
JT 26.30 53.50 23.15 50.75 30.65 4.43 14.45 0.84 1.98
YM 55.10 80.00 46.40 75.90 60.04 6.70 11.16 0.07 −0.58
  1. aMax(cm): The maximum value of phenotypic data in the two RIL populations
  2. bMin(cm): The Minimum value of phenotypic data in the two RIL populations
  3. cMean(cm): The average value of phenotypic data in the two RIL populations
  4. dSD: Standard deviation of the phenotypic trait
  5. eCV (%): Coefficient of variation of the phenotypic trait
  6. fSkewness: Skewness of the phenotypic trait
  7. gKurtosis: Kurtosis of the phenotypic trait