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Table 5 Summary of traits linked to genes with roles in flowering and fruit ripening (full data available in Additional file 4: Table S1)

From: Enhancement of Glen Moy x Latham raspberry linkage map using GbS to further understand control of developmental processes leading to fruit ripening

Trait QTL Genes identified with GO annotation: Biological processes
Days to open flowers LG2 85 cM carpel, flower, stamen embryo development
LG3 17 cM flowering, photoperiodism, flower, embryo development
LG3 62 cM embryogenesis, post-embryonic development, flower development
LG5 40 cM photoperiodism, embryo development
%Open flowers LG3 66 cM embryo development, post-embryonic development, pollen tube growth and recognition
Days to Fruit set LG3 76 cM negative regulation of flowering and floral meristem cell accumulation, cell wall organisation and signalling processes
LG3 102 cM embryo development, embryogenesis, pollen development, pollen recognition
LG5 1 cM embryo development, pollen development and cell wall development
LG6 9 cM embryo development and cell division
LG7 20 cM fertility, embryo development, flowering, pollen development and inflorescence development
Days to green fruit LG3 49 cM plant growth, signalling and seed coat development
LG3 105 cM embryo, endosperm and pollen development, pollen recognition, transport and signalling
LG5 1 cM regulation of flowering period, embryo development, pollen development and cell wall development
LG6 9 cM embryo development, cell division and regulation
Days to green/red fruit LG4 39 cM embryo development ending in seed dormancy, seed maturation and cell wall modification
LG6 3 cM cell wall organisation
LG6 46 cM fruit embryo development ending in seed dormancy
Days to red fruit LG2 57 cM post-embryonic development, embryo development ending in seed dormancy and cell growth
LG3 8 cM & 9 cM embryo development, floral organ morphogenesis, seed development, cell expansion, cell wall organisation negative regulation of flowering
LG4 42 cM pectin lyase, cell wall organisation, embryo seed development
Late fruiting LG2 86 cM meristem determinacy, flower development, flowering and embryo development
Speed of ripening (PCO1) LG2 63 cM vegetative to reproductive change, pollen and embryo development, post-embryonic development, anthocyanin and flavonoid biosynthesis
LG3 17 cM flowering, photoperiodism, flower and embryo development, response to light intensity
LG3 56 cM development of flower parts, photoperiodism, embryo development, anthocyanin accumulation
LG5 40 cM photoperiodism, embryo development
LG3 94 cM light signalling, response to light, flower and ovule (in June) development
Comparison between later and earlier scores (PCO2) LG3 94 cM flower development, light signalling, flowering, long day photoperiodism, embryo, flower, ovule development
LG4 35 cM flower development, embryo development, flowering, ovule development
LG5 72 cM floral meristem identity, flowering, flower development, pollen development, embryo development, post-embryo development
LG6 3 cM cell wall organisation
PCO4 Similar to PCO2 LG2 88 cM meristem determinacy, flower development, flowering and embryo development
LG3 76 cM negatively regulating flowering and floral meristem cell accumulation, cell wall organisation and signalling processes, flowering, anther development embryo development
LG5 17 cM embryo development, negative regulation of flower development
LG6 5 cM embryo development