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Table 3 Summary of QTL mapping

From: Quantitative genetic analysis of life-history traits of Caenorhabditis elegans in stressful environments

   Population size Dauer [food] Dauer [pheromone]
   Day 5 Day 7 Day 9 H L P L H P
I 1          
  2          
  3          
  4     * *   *   
  5        *   
  6          
II 1 *         
  2 0.34 (-19)     *     
  3    *       
  4 *         
  5          
  6          
  7      *     
  8      *     
  9      *     
  11     *      
  13 0.2 (18)    *** 0.07 (-0.1)     
  15     *      
  16     * *     
  17     * *     
  18    0.33 (-3050)       
  19      *     *
III 1          
  2          
  3      *     
  4      **     
  5      *     
  6          
  7     ** **     
  8     *** **     *
X 1     ***   *    
  2 *   * 0.28 (0.15)   0.17 (-0.12)    *
  5      0.07 (-0.08) **    *
  7    0.22 (-2612) 0.15 (-0.14) ***    * *
  8     ** ** 0.12 (0.1)    *
  9     *      *
  10     **      *
  11     *      
  12          *
  1. Summary of the genetic mapping by single marker and CIM of population size on days 5, 7 and 9, dauer larva formation for high (H) and low (L) concentrations of food or pheromone and the respective plasticity (P) of dauer larva formation. For the CIM, the estimated locations and effects of QTL significant at a genome-wide level are shown as the proportion of the inter-RIL variance explained by the QTL, R2, and, in parentheses, the magnitude of the effect of the QTL where a positive value indicates that the DR1350 allele increases the trait value compared to the N2 allele. Marker-trait associations not identified in the CIM analysis, but which where significant by single marker analysis are indicated by asterisks, with *, ** and *** denoting significance at the 5%, 1% and 0.1% levels, respectively.