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Table 2 Distribution of GWAS peaks

From: Association mapping by aerial drone reveals 213 genetic associations for Sorghum bicolor biomass traits under drought

  # NDV % NDV # DV %DV
TRAIT
 B65 181 84.98 107 50.23
 PH 151 70.89 129 60.56
 BWET 150 70.42 88 41.31
 LAI 57 26.76 30 14.08
TREATMENT
 Pre-flower during recovery 164 77.00 71 33.33
 control 120 56.34 NA NA
 Post-flower during stress 117 54.93 127 59.62
 Post-flower no stress 50 23.47 2 0.94
 Pre-flower during stress 38 17.84 6 2.82
LOCATION
 WREC 168 78.87 129 60.56
 KARE 159 74.65 63 29.58
  1. Number of GWAS peaks identified using GWAS phenotype inputs by trait (B65 = biomass at 65% moisture content, tons/acre, PH = plant height, m, BWET = total fresh biomass, tons/acre, LAI = leaf area index) by treatment (pre-flower during recovery = pre-flowering drought treatment, late season - irrigation, pre-flower during stress = pre-flowering drought treatment, early season – no irrigation, post-flower during stress = post-flowering drought treatment, late season – no irrigation, post-flower no stress = post-flowering drought treatment, early season – irrigation, control = all control treatments), by location (WREC = Westside Research and Extension, KARE = U.C. Kearney). # NDV = the number of non-deviation GWAS peaks identified, i.e., GWAS peaks identified using the raw phenotype data, % NDV = percent of all GWAS peaks identified using the raw phenotype data, # DV = number of GWAS peaks identified using the deviation phenotype data (DV for pre-flowering treatments = control data – pre-flowering drought data, DV for post flowering treatments = Control data - post-flowering drought data. There is no DV for control data, hence the NA for these cells in the table.) %DV = percent of all GWAS peaks identified using DV data. Note that the %DV plus %NDV is greater than 100% because some peaks belong to both DV and NDV groups