Summary
Resource Type
Analysis
Name
QTL and genome-wide association mapping for shell suture strength
Program, Pipeline, Workflow or Method Name
QTL analysis
Program Version
1
Algorithm
Organism
Data Source
Date Performed
Friday, March 20, 2020 - 10:51

Project

Quantitative phenotyping of shell suture strength in walnut (Juglans regia L.) enhances precision for detection of QTL and genome-wide association mapping.

Authors

Gina M. Sideli1, Annarita Marrano1, Sara Montanari2, Charles A. Leslie1, Brian J. Allen1, Hao Cheng3, Patrick J. Brown1, David B. Neale1

Addresses:
1 Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA
2 Plant and Food Research, Motueka Research Center, Motueka, 7198, New Zealand
3 Department of Animal Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA

Contacts:
gsideli@ucdavis.edu, dbneale@ucdavis.edu

Summary

This work describes a quantitative phenotyping method for measuring suture strength in walnut shells. Genetic analyses were performed including QTL mapping and genome-wide association mapping for walnut trees in the UC Davis walnut improvement program.

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