Data for: Candidate quantitative trait loci and genes for fiber quality in Gossypium hirsutum L. detected using single- and multi-locus association mapping

Published: 15-04-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xbpzcdbn58.1
Yanchao Yuan,
Haijun Zhang,
Liyuan Wang,
Huixian Xing,
Lili Mao ,
Jincai Tao,
xianlin wang,
Wei Feng,
Qingkang Wang,
Haoran Wang,
Ze Wei,
Guihua Zhang,
Xianliang Song,
Xue-Zhen Sun


Supplementary materials Table S1. Information on 196 upland cotton accessions Table S2. Summary of SNPs, PIC, gene diversity, and LD decay (Yuan et al., 2018) Table S3. The significant SNPs for fiber quality detected with the values of seven environments (including BLUP) and the six models Table S4. Annotation of genes related to fiber quality and their expression in different tissues Table S5. Candidate genes containing or nearby (<5 kb) significant SNPs Table S6. The correlation between fiber quality and cottonseed nutritional traits Table S7. The shared genes between fiber quality and cottonseed nutritional traits Table S8. All the specific primers for the selected genes and the intro-reference gene UBQ7. Figure S1. LnP(K) and Ln(DK) values plotted from 1 to 20. (a) LnP(K) (mean +- SD) values plotted from 1 to 20. (b) Ln(DK) values plotted from 1 to 20. Figure S2. Population structure of the 196 accessions. (a) UPGMA tree based on Nei’s genetic distances. The color of the tree shows two subpopulations, whereas the elliptic curves with four colors show four subpopulations. (b) Heatmap for Kinship analysis of 196 accessions based on genotype. Figure S3. A heatmap of the expression levels of 245 candidate genes in root, stem, leaf, torus, petal, stamen, pistil, calycle, and ovules at 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 25, and 35 days post anthesis (dpa), and the fibers at 5, 10, 20, and 25 dpa. The 89 candidate genes that are specifically expressed in fiber or ovule are denoted by “#.” Figure S4. The relative expression level of the 11 candidate genes in the different stages of ovule development (1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 25, 30, 35 days post anthesis).