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Table 2 Information on the number of significant SNPs identified in the GWAS for each chromosome

From: Identification of genomic regions regulating sex determination in Atlantic salmon using high density SNP data

Chromosome Length N SNPs  
   Pruned (Total) Significant
1 159.0 2700 (12,768) 9
2 72.9 1357 (4689) 17
3 92.5 1846 (7940) 4
4 82.4 1435 (6302) 4
5 80.5 1619 (6455) 5
6 87.0 1756 (6966) 7
7 58.8 1374 (4894) 2
8 26.4 646 (1725) 0
9 141.7 1821 (9762) 5
10 116.1 1723 (8180) 5
11 93.9 1473 (6526) 1
12 91.9 1275 (5841) 5
13 107.8 1435 (7335) 5
14 93.9 1297 (6852) 4
15 104.0 1396 (7007) 3
16 87.8 1035 (5558) 4
17 57.7 982 (3736) 2
18 70.7 1128 (5401) 2
19 83.0 1086 (5369) 7
20 86.8 1167 (5762) 5
21 58.0 824 (4010) 4
22 63.4 941 (4832) 6
23 49.9 922 (4108) 2
24 48.7 887 (4415) 1
25 51.5 892 (4201) 1
26 47.9 906 (3605) 2
27 43.9 962 (4001) 0
28 39.6 847 (3233) 2
29 42.5 893 (3410) 0
Genomic   36,625 (164,883) 114
  1. For each chromosome, a summary of the length in Mb, number of SNPs analysed after (Pruned) and before applying the pruning filter for linkage disequilibrium (Total, in brackets), and the number of significant SNPs in the GWAS are indicated