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Table 2 Detail of the QTLs detected for resistance to peanut smut on a RIL population of Arachis based on a Halley-Knott genome scan QTL detection model

From: Genetic mapping and QTL analysis for peanut smut resistance

LGa Genetic Positionb Physical Positionc SNP Marker LODd LOD thresholde 95% Bayes intervalf LOD intervalg Additive effecth PVEi % j
A08 15.2 5.03 AX-147229403 4.31 2.04 0–71.72 0–18.78 0.12 17.52 40.87
A02/B02 4 3.56 AX-147212854 2.31 1.15 0–17.28 0–17.28 0.105 9.06 32.07
  1. Resistance to peanut smut is estimated for the level of square root transformed smut incidence; aLinkage group. bGenetic position in Kosambi cM for each LG. cPhysical position (Mbp) based on A. hypogaea cv. Tifrunner pseudomolecules [2] ( dLOD score at QTL peak. eLOD threshold based on 1000 permutations at 1% level of significance. f95% Bayes credible intervals. gLOD support interval. hAdditive effect values, positive values indicate that alleles come from one of the wild diploid species (2n = 2x = 20) (A. correntina, A. cardenasii or A. batizocoi) and negative values indicate that alleles come from the A. hypogaea experimental elite line JS17304-7-B (2n = 4x = 40). iProportion of the phenotypic variance explained by the QTL. jPercentage (%) of decrease in peanut smut incidence