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Table 2 QTL name, linkage group, interval, mode peak, intensity, additive effect, and phenotypic variance explained (PVE) 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

QTL name Linkage Group Interval (cM) Mode peak (cM) Intensity Additive Effect (d) PVE
qBD1-CA11 1 [174, 182] 178 0.94 5 54
qBD1-CA12 1 [172, 180] 176 0.43 2 19
qBD1-TX12 1 [172, 182] 178 0.72 5 17
qBD1-TX13 1 [172, 182] 174 0.86 6 20
qBD1-mean 1 [172, 182] 178 0.96 5 35
qBD4-CA12 4 [70, 78] 76 0.60 2 18
qBD4-TX12 4 [48, 52] 50 0.21 4 11
qBD4-TX13 4 [48, 52] 50 0.85 10 55
qBD4-mean 4 [48, 54] 50 0.42 4 14
qBD7-CA12 7 [62, 70] 66 0.87 2 17
qBD7-TX12 7 [62, 70] 64 0.89 5 18
qBD7-mean 7 [62, 68] 66 0.91 3 11
qRD4-CA11 4 [42, 46] 44 1.40 17 46
qRD4-CA12 4 [42, 46] 45 1.80 19 75
qRD4-TX12 4 [42, 46] 44 0.85 18 54
qRD4-TX13 4 [40, 46] 44 1.21 17 52
qRD4-mean 4 [42, 46] 44 1.50 17 57
qFDP4-CA11 4 [42, 46] 45 1.10 16 42
qFDP4-CA12 4 [42, 46] 45 1.60 19 71
qFDP4-TX12 4 [46, 52] 50 0.79 18 56
qFDP4-TX13 4 [42, 46] 44 1.10 20 62
qFDP4-mean 4 [40, 46] 44 1.04 14 40
  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. Posterior intensity is the accumulated probability of QTL presence in a successive series of 2 cM bins (chromosome segments) based on Bayesian analysis
  4. For each QTL reported, the evidence [2ln(BF)] is either positive (2–5), strong (5–10), or decisive (> 10)