Table 2 GC tract detail
ProgenyDistal SNPFirst SNPSNP CountLast SNPSNPs FromProximal SNPGC Tract Length (min−max)BandLocationGene
1e6,633,1196,633,44846,633,592Canton-S6,633,865144−7466C10Intron, exonCG3168
3c9,157,6539,159,70039,159,935w11189,161,089235−3,4368D4Intron, exonCG32703
3d10,914,00510,914,1121510,914,724w111810,916,406612−2,40110A2IntronCG42339
2b15,151,72915,151,810315,151,997w111815,152,643187−91413B4Intergenicn/a
3c19,520,85319,521,068319,521,155w111819,521,50787−65418D8Intergenicn/a
  • All GCs found in the progeny along with the SNP locations used to define the boundaries. Progeny indicates individual F1 identifier. Number indicates mother and letter designates specific progeny of a given mother. Distal SNP indicates the position of most distal nonconverted SNP flanking the gene conversion. First SNP indicates the position of most distal converted SNP. SNP count indicates the number of SNPs converted within tract. Last SNP indicates the position of most proximal converted SNP. “SNPs from” indicates the genotypic designation of converted SNPs. Proximal SNP indicates the position of most proximal nonconverted SNP flanking the gene conversion. GC Tract Length (min-max) indicates the minimum and maximum tract length. Minimum tract length is distance between converted SNPs. Maximum tract length is distance between nonconverted SNPs. Band indicates the cytological position of crossover. Location indicates the identity of gene conversion position. Finally, gene indicates the ene identifier for conversions in introns or exons.

  • GC, gene conversion; SNP, single-nucleotide polymorphism.