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Table 3 Effects significance for pearl millet data

From: Association studies including genotype by environment interactions: prospects and limits

Effect df Fit1 Fit5
Intercept 1 < 10 -26 < 10 -26
Trial 8 < 10 -26 < 10 -26
Q1 1 0.1954 0.1917
Q2 1 0.0017 0.0016
Q3 1 0.1663 0.1610
Q4 1 0.0244 0.0231
Q5 1 0.1128 0.1103
Q6 1 0.0519 0.0511
PHYC 1 0.0044 0.0044
Trial × Q1 8 - 0.2942
Trial × Q2 8 - 0.3272
Trial × Q3 8 - 0.1102
Trial × Q4 8 - 0.4017
Trial × Q5 8 - 0.6050
Trial × Q6 8 - 0.8051
Trial × PHYC 8 - 0.0658
Q1 × PHYC 1 - 0.5669
Q2 × PHYC 1 - 0.2556
Q3 × PHYC 1 - 0.1405
Q4 × PHYC 1 - 0.6343
Q5 × PHYC 1 - 0.6349
Q6 × PHYC 1 - 0.5684
Trial × Q1 × PHYC 8 - 0.1705
Trial × Q2 × PHYC 8 - 0.3126
Trial x Q3 × PHYC 8 - 0.8426
Trial × Q4 × PHYC 8 - 0.0537
Trial × Q5 × PHYC 8 - 0.0821
Trial × Q6 × PHYC 8 - 0.6632
  1. The SNP considered here for PHYC is the SNP in position 101. The model selected by both BIC and WLD (Fit1) and, respectively, the model selected by AICC (Fit5) were considered. Fixed effects significance was assessed using Wald test. P-values are given for each fixed effect term in the model. Significant p-values (P < 0.05) are highlighted in bold. Qi: ancestry in population i; df: degree of freedom.