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Table 1 Number of markers, genetic length and anchored scaffolds for each linkage group

From: A ddRAD-based genetic map and its integration with the genome assembly of Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica) provides insights into genome evolution after the teleost-specific genome duplication

Linkage group Total markers Female map Male map Anchored scaffolds
Number of markers Length (cM) Number of markers Length (cM) Number* Size (bp)
1 154 83 139.2 73 96.9 86 10,779,947
2 185 109 109.7 84 85.1 80 11,549,278
3 127 60 74.1 70 19.6 46 6,166,433
4 193 100 93.5 102 66.7 84 11,926,296
5 144 88 117.9 58 96.2 73 8,932,484
6 133 72 84.1 63 53.0 52 6,456,950
7 227 106 138.4 127 99.5 100 14,079,542
8 163 89 112.8 79 92.9 77 7,915,729
9 204 101 101.7 108 76.3 95 11,854,887
10 123 63 56.1 66 40.2 59 7,250,929
11 152 86 79.8 75 48.0 64 5,754,071
12 154 95 80.9 65 53.0 60 8,740,852
13 131 67 74.8 67 63.4 57 5,716,409
14 133 71 68.7 63 52.9 61 8,348,650
15 88 71 100.4 22 76.3 46 4,849,938
16 151 87 89.0 69 79.4 67 6,927,157
17 54 32 52.9 22 55.1 21 915,430
18 123 68 57.9 60 47.2 54 3,975,438
19 148 79 116.9 73 92.8 69 9,131,346
Total 2,787 1,527 1748.8 1,346 1294.5 1,251 151,271,766
  1. *Scaffolds that are anchored to two or more loci on the linkage map are included.