Supplemental Material for Owens et al., 2019
datasetposted on 22.04.2019 by Brenda F. Owens, Deepu Mathew, Christine Diepenbrock, Tyler Tiede, di wu, Maria Mateos-Hernandez, Michael Gore, Torbert Rocheford
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Supplemental tables and figure.
Figure S1. Manhattan plots depicting genome-wide association study (GWAS) results for five kernel colorimeter traits in the Ames maize inbred panel. Each point represents a SNP, with its physical position on the x-axis and -log10 P-value in GWAS on the y-axis. The points are colored by chromosome. The horizontal dashed line corresponds to the -log10 P-value of the SNP that was least statistically significant for a given trait at a false discovery rate of 5%.