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Table 2 QTL effects detected in four NIL populations

From: Dissection of the qTGW1.1 region into two tightly-linked minor QTLs having stable effects for grain weight in rice

Population Segregating region Trait Mean trait values P A R 2 (%)
    Zhejiang trial Hainan trial    
    NILZS97 NILMY46 NILZS97 NILMY46    
Z1 Wn28382 − Wn28447 TGW 25.10 24.87 27.80 27.62 <0.0001 –0.10 14.83
   GL 8.020 7.995 7.972 7.958 0.0135 –0.009 6.02
   GW 3.090 3.083 3.267 3.260 0.0481 –0.004 4.03
Z2 Wn28382 − RM11554 TGW 24.63 24.49 28.02 27.97 0.0869   
   GL 8.040 8.054 7.960 7.992 0.0015 0.011 8.76
   GW 3.070 3.062 3.276 3.262 0.0032 –0.006 8.71
Z3 RM11543 − RM11569 TGW 25.06 25.19 28.10 28.12 0.2174   
   GL 8.040 8.056 7.939 7.960 0.0128 0.010 6.58
   GW 3.080 3.076 3.277 3.267 0.0049 –0.004 6.07
Z4 RM11569 TGW 24.33 24.50 27.91 28.00 0.0025 0.06 7.33
   GL 7.970 8.012 7.855 7.879 <0.0001 0.017 18.27
   GW 3.020 3.026 3.288 3.289 0.6089   
  1. TGW 1000-grain weight (g), GL grain length (mm), GW grain width (mm), NIL ZS97, NILMY46 NILs that are Zhenshan 97 and Milyang 46 homozygous in the segregating regions, respectively, A additive effect of replacing a ZS97 allele by a MY46 allele, R 2 proportion of phenotypic variance explained by the QTL effect