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Table 1 QTLs mapped for the bloom date (BD), ripening date (RD), and fruit development period (FDP) traits evaluated in four environments (CA11, CA12, TX12, and TX13), and the overall mean for 143 peach seedlings

From: Mapping and characterization QTLs for phenological traits in seven pedigree-connected peach families

  2ln(BF)
Trait MCMC Records μ σ2p σ2e σ2A h2 LG 1/0 2/1 3/2
BD-CA11 150,000 82 42.3 15.2 8.5 6.7 0.44 1 6.6 0.1 0.0
BD-CA12 250,000 138 43.8 10.5 2.2 8.3 0.79 1 11.4 2.7 0.2
        4 10.4 0.3 −0.5
        7 29.5 1.0 −0.1
BD-TX12 150,000 114 49.3 76.3 23.5 52.9 0.69 1 5.1 1.3 0.7
        4 3.9 1.0 0.4
        7 15.6 1.3 0.6
BD-TX13 150,000 124 50.2 89.3 23.5 65.7 0.74 1 14.1 −0.4 −0.3
        4 29.6 −1.3 na
BD-mean 3600,000 143 47.0 42.6 7.6 35.1 0.82 1 13.9 5.5 −1.2
        4 4.6 −2.0 na
        7 14.6 −0.9 na
RD-CA11 100,000 104 157.4 313.9 97.6 216.3 0.69 4 28.0 3.9 0.6
RD-CA12 200,000 138 147.3 239.0 41.5 197.5 0.83 4 na 18.6 0.2
RD-TX12 100,000 94 129.2 278.8 112.6 166.1 0.60 4 29.3 0.6 −0.4
        7 2.3 0.2 na
RD-TX13 500,000 114 141.8 293.7 119.8 173.8 0.59 4 27.6 4.5 0.7
RD-mean 100,000 135 142.9 187.9 67.4 120.5 0.64 4 na 10.0 1.0
FDP-CA11 100,000 59 115.3 285.2 97.7 185.7 0.65 4 27.0 4.4 1.1
FDP-CA12 100,000 138 103.5 249.9 46.2 203.1 0.82 4 na 30.9 0.3
FDP-TX12 250,000 94 81.2 286.5 91.6 194.8 0.68 4 29.0 1.8 1.0
        6 4.5 1.3 0.0
FDP-TX13 150,000 114 91.3 321.0 105.5 215.4 0.67 4 28.2 3.6 1.0
FDP-mean 100,000 138 95.5 246.4 71.7 174.7 0.71 4 na 11.7 1.8
  1. Bloom date, ripening date, and fruit development period in Julian days
  2. CA11 Fowler, California 2011, CA12 Fowler, California 2012, TX12 College Station, Texas 2012, TX13 College Station, Texas 2013
  3. Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) run length, phenotypic mean (μ), phenotypic variance (σ2P), residual variance(σ2e), additive variance(σ2A), narrow-sense heritability (h2), the linkage groups (LG) that QTLs were mapped on
  4. 2ln(BF). Bayes Factor, a measure quantifies the support from the data for the number of QTLs in the model (QTL evidence), after pair-wise model comparison (1/0, 2/1, and 3/2) such as ‘one-QTL model’ vs. ‘zero-QTL
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