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Table 2 Marker coverage for each linkage group in interval analysis

From: A major QTL controls susceptibility to spinal curvature in the curveback guppy

Linkage group Number of markers Smallest interval (cM) Largest interval (cM) Total length (cM)
1 4 7.5 15.92 36.04
2 10 0.0009 9.03 42.34
3 1 N/A N/A 31.12
4 11 0.11 7.34 55.57
5 5 4.00 9.34 32.41
6 4 4.6 10.18 50.97
7 12 0.21 8.98 41.64
8 5 0.039 14.11 34.98
9 12 0.08 14.56 52.57
10 6 0.48 16.09 44.47
11 5 0.42 10.18 42.29
12 4 6.83 12.67 29.14
13 3 9.26 9.32 40.93
14 14 0.18 13.17 34.95
15 5 0.80 8.90 57.82
16 5 1.07 9.50 32.72
17 10 0.10 12.8 34.47
18 7 0.16 14.3 38.47
19 4 0.70 19.57 31.21
20 8 0.41 9.70 35.00
21 4 5.50 13.8 39.01
22 3 7.36 13.4 29.01
23 9 0.29 9.70 31.60
  1. The above table shows marker coverage used for the detection of QTL. With the exception of LG 3, which has one marker, the number of markers per LG ranges from 3-12 and the size of intervals between markers ranges from 0.1-19.57. The total length of each LG and the marker positions are based on the guppy linkage map previously published by Tripathi et al. (2009).