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Table 3 QTLs for heat injury index detected by QTL-seq

From: Identification of heat-tolerance QTLs and high-temperature stress-responsive genes through conventional QTL mapping, QTL-seq and RNA-seq in tomato

CH QTLa Chromosome Location(Mb)b Interval (Mb)c SNP-index of HTBd SNP-index of HSBe
Start End Mean Maximum Mean Minimum
chr1 qHII-1-1 23.80 25.23 1.43 0.97 1 0.38 0
chr1 qHII-1-2 26.83 28.00 1.17 1 1 0.40 0.29
chr1 qHII-1-3 62.33 63.52 1.19 0.6 1 0.15 0
chr2 qHII-2-1 38.98 40.85 1.87 1 1 0.42 0.33
chr7 qHII-7-1 10.08 11.56 1.48 1 1 0 0
chr7 qHII-7-2 12.11 13.49 1.38 1 1 0 0
chr7 qHII-7-3 21.94 23.08 1.14 1 1 0.4 0.4
chr7 qHII-7-4 24.79 26.90 2.11 0.9 1 0.23 0
chr7 qHII-7-5 36.83 38.82 1.99 1 1 0.32 0
chr7 qHII-7-6 40.45 42.44 1.99 0.6 0.6 0 0
chr7 qHII-7-7 45.75 46.88 1.13 0.86 1 0.23 0
chr7 qHII-7-8 50.87 52.20 1.33 1 1 0.32 0
  1. The consistent intervals observed with conventional QTL mapping and QTL-seq are shown in bold
  2. athe QTLs for HII are temporarily named ‘qHII (Heat injury index) + number of chromosome + number of QTL’
  3. bThe Physical position of QTLs for HII
  4. cThe interval (Mb) of QTLs related to HII
  5. dThe mean and maximum value of SNP-index in HTB
  6. eThe mean and minimum value of SNP-index in HSB