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Table 5 Partial QTLs for individual and total isoflavone contents

From: Expression quantitative trait loci infer the regulation of isoflavone accumulation in soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) seed

Traitsa QTLb Gm (LG) Marker Marker interval Positionc Environmentd LOD score R2(%)e
DZ fqDZF_1 13(F) Sat_103 Sat_103-Sat_262 188.34 E2 2.00 10.57
GC qGCA2_1 08(A2) Sat_040 Sat_040-Satt233 38.46 E3 2.65 6.01
  fqGCD1b_1 02(Dlb) Satt546 Satt546-Sat_459 215.67 E2 2.38 3.12
       E5 2.21 4.17
GT fqGTD2_1 17(D2) Satt186 Satt186-Satt226 50.81 E1 2.00 3.41
       E2 2.36 5.23
       E3 5.76 10.98
       E5 3.09 8.23
  fqGTF_2 13(F) Satt149 Satt149-Sat_234 41.23 E1 2.00 1.56
       E3 2.49 4.17
       E7 4.03 5.47
TI fqTIF_1 13(F) Satt423 Satt423-Satt569 6.01 E6 4.59 3.21
E7 2.15 4.2
  1. aDZ: Daidzein; GC:Glycitein; GT: Genistein; TI: Total isoflavone.
  2. bThe nomenclature of the QTL included four parts : QTL, trait, linkage group name and QTL order in the linkage group, respectively.
  3. cPosition from the left marker of the interval on each linkage group.
  4. dE1: at Harbin in 2005, E2: at Harbin in 2006, E3: at Hulan in 2006, E4:at Suihua in 2006, E5: at Harbin in 2007, E6: at Hulan in 2007, E7: at Suihua in 2007.
  5. eProportion of phenotypic variance (R2) explained by a QTL.
  6. fOverlapped loci of pQTL and eQTL.