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GrainGenes Trait Study Report: Heading date, elite durum cultivars, Maccaferri2014

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Trait Study
Heading date, elite durum cultivars, Maccaferri2014
Reference
ReferenceMaccaferri M et al. (2014) A consensus framework map of durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) suitable for linkage disequilibrium analysis and genome-wide association mapping. BMC Genomics 15:873.
Ontology
TO:0000137Planteomedays to heading
Parental Description
Claudiorenowned for its high yield stability across drought- and heat-stressed environments of Southern Europe (Spain, Italy, and Greece)
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Population Type
Recombinant Inbred Lines (RILs)
QTLs Found
34
Comment
QTL names created by GrainGenes curators to align with common QTL nomenclature with synonyms to the QTL id codes in the Svevo genome assembly.
Consensus map created from six component maps. Of the 50 QTL described in the paper, the 34 that were placed on the Svevo genome assembly are described here. See paper for environments tested, population numbers, and marker types of the individual map sets.
Curator Note (VCB, 04/2019). QTL names and markers associated with QTL in this traitstudy are from two sources, the primary reference and information embedded in the QTL track of the GrainGenes genome browser for the Triticum turgidum ssp. durum cv. Svevo (RefSeq 1.0) assembly. QTL were initially curated by members of the International Durum Genome Sequencing Consortium who assigned the encoded QTL name and information on the assembly including computationally-aligned significant markers (SNPs, DArTs, SSRs). To curate these QTL for GrainGenes, the primary reference was reviewed, the original QTL name was synonymized, and original markers were added to the significant marker list shown on the QTL report page. GrainGenes users are advised to review the qtl track in the Svevo assembly for additional position information and confidence intervals, as well as the primary reference for additional statistics.
QTL
QHd-eliteDP2014-1A
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