Erratum to: Genetic structure of a QTL hotspot on chromosome 2 in sweet cherry indicates positive selection for favorable haplotypes

Lichun Cai, Roeland E. Voorrips, Eric van de Weg, Cameron Peace, Amy Iezzoni*

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Abstract

In the original publication, the numbers assigned to each haplotype in Fig. 2 and its expanded version (Supplementary Fig. S2) are not consistent with the numbers used in the article. The haplotype numbers are corrected and the haplotypes are reordered according to these new numbers in the attached revised Fig. 2 and Supplementary Fig. S2. Fig. 2Marker allele composition of each haplotype across the five haploblocks for the sweet cherry QTL hotspot on chromosome 2 illustrated using the smallest number of markers needed to differentiate the haplotypes. SSR alleles are recorded as fragment sizes in base pairs. Haplotypes were assigned by the PediHaplotyper software (Voorrips et al. 2016). Haplotypes containing missing marker scores were omitted from the table. The complete marker composition is in Supplementary Fig. S2 Supplementary Fig. S2 Marker allele composition of each haplotype across five haploblocks for the sweet cherry QTL hotspot on chromosome 2. SSR alleles are recorded as fragment sizes in base pairs. The smallest subset of markers needed to differentiate the haplotypes within each haploblock are highlighted in red font. Haplotypes were assigned by the PediHaplotyper software (Voorrips et al., 2016). Haplotypes containing missing marker scores were omitted from the table.
Original languageEnglish
Article number100
JournalMolecular Breeding
Volume37
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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