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Vol. 12 No. 2, Issue of April 15, 2009
 

Table 3. Significant SSR markers by BSA analysis that detect phenotypic variation with pod-related traits by variance analysis in the RIL population, and phenotypic means of significant high and low bulks and their mean value for each marker allele.


Trait

SSR marker

P-value

R2 %

 Recombination  %

High bulk
phenotypic mean*

Low bulk
phenotypic
mean*

Phenotypic
mean value
of TamRun
OL01 allele
in F2:4 or F2:6

Phenotypic
mean value of
BSS 56 allele
in F2:4 or F2:6

SdLen (mm)

PM375

0.001

12.45

0

18.11 (8)

13.00 (8)

15.62

14.18

PodLen (mm)

PM375

0.007 

9.19

11.5

35.22 (9)

24.8 (9)

32.39

29.61

100SdWgt (g)

PM375

0.004

10.17

0

85.58 (8)

48.58 (8)

75.56

65.44

PodLen (mm)

pPGPseq8D9

0.006

9.50

0

35.22 (9)

24.80 (9)

32.12

29.38

NPodsPlt

Ah-041

0.001

12.47

0

101.3 (9)

14.50 (9)

60.24

40.65

PltWgt (g)

Ah-041

0.004

10.10

0

139.3 (9)

19.39 (10)

76.53

53.40

Maturity %

PM45

0.0001

17.69

0

94.99 (9)

18.03 (9)

51.86

74.38

OilCon %

PM36

0.003

11.03

16.6

50.63 (9)

41.50 (9)

45.85

47.56

* Values in the parenthesis indicating the number of individuals constituting each bulk.


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