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Polymorphisms associated to climatic variables.

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posted on 2015-05-01, 03:53 authored by Lino Ometto, Mingai Li, Luisa Bresadola, Enrico Barbaro, Markus Neteler, Claudio Varotto

a TAIR-ID of the A. thaliana orthologue; c = candidate gene (* after Ometto et al. 2012); nc = non-candidate (neutral) gene.

b Relative position of the SNP in the alignment.

c SNPs could be at non-coding intronic sites (noncod), synonymous sites (syn), or non-synonymous sites (nonsyn). For the latter, the two alternative aminoacids (abbreviated using the one letter standard code) are given in brackets.

d Frequency of the SNP minor allele in each population. Populations are sorted along the longitudinal gradient and identified using the codes given in S1 Table.

e Results of the association test (performed by TASSEL) between mean rainfall precipitation during spring and summer and frequency of the allelic variants at the SNP: numbers identify the population clusters K estimated by STRUCTURE at which the association was statistically significant (P < 0.05 after correcting for multiple testing; K tested ranged from 2 to 5).

Polymorphisms associated to climatic variables.