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Table 1 Characteristics of all QTLs associated with thermo-tolerance, thermo-inhibition and thermo-dormancy in a Solanum lycopersicum x Solanum pimpinellifolium. RIL population

From: Characterization of and genetic variation for tomato seed thermo-inhibition and thermo-dormancy

Trait Chromosome Marker1 LOD2 Supporting interval (CM) Explained variance3 (%) Additive4
Th-T* 1 67,512,259-1 3.53 53.737–89.311 13.6 −0.104
6 43,761,285–6 2.3 94.955–100.821 8.7 0.78
Th-I** 1 83,852,566–1 3.66 119.883–134.3 14.1 −0.094
12 62,576,889–12 2.27 74.454–77.989 8.5 −0.074
Th-D*** 1 86,171,125–1 5.45 119.883–139.883 16.3 −0.122
3 58,231,771–3 3.24 103.485–111.308 9.2 0.092
8 50,811,756–8 2.41 48.872–57.589 6.7 −0.081
10 63,534,969–10 2.96 98.017–107.47 8.3 0.088
11 47,411,518–11 3.29 20.24–25.426 9.3 0.094
  1. *Thermo-tolerance, **Thermo-inhibition, ***Thermo-dormancy
  2. 1Physical position of closest marker to the QTL peak
  3. 2LOD score illustrating significant threshold (P = 0.05) calculated by a permutation test
  4. 3Percentage of variation explained by each QTL
  5. 4Positive and negative effect respectively representing the contribution of alleles of Solanum lycopersicum and Solanum pimpinellifolium to increase the traits at that specific locus