Table 1 Phenotype means for each family and mapping population
PopnYearaFamily IDaNDevelopment time, daysbBody weight, mgbPulse-pair rate, msecbPeak amplitudebAsynchrony interval, μsecb
FL-BC2007711941.5 (3.67)15.2 (2.31)73.6 (6.37)72.1 (14.39)666.9 (353.75)
811741.8 (3.90)15.1 (2.37)73.7 (6.45)67.9 (14.33)650.1 (347.15)
2008113337.9 (2.32)15.7 (2.10)73.9 (6.84)67.8 (14.31)767.4 (433.36)
24640.5 (3.76)15.6 (2.53)74.9 (5.93)70.3 (11.36)670.0 (310.96)
34138.0 (2.79)15.1 (2.05)74.7 (5.69)67.6 (12.00)679.3 (394.81)
KS-BC200718041.0 (1.21)15.1 (1.64)75.2 (5.44)79.9 (15.29)729.5 (351.30)
28342.7 (4.32)14.1 (1.94)75.5 (6.80)76.0 (17.64)750.8 (359.20)
37443.8 (5.28)13.9 (2.02)74.8 (6.71)72.7 (14.16)775.1 (408.93)
200847844.9 (5.98)11.7 (1.52)74.9 (5.22)66.6 (13.36)717.6 (354.51)
59943.3 (4.23)12.0 (1.76)75.1 (5.56)66.5 (13.16)756.3 (411.32)
63142.6 (3.26)11.5 (1.42)75.2 (5.97)58.5 (8.24)768.9 (324.56)
KS-SG200747843.8 (3.06)14.1 (2.01)75.8 (4.87)77.4 (18.20)709.6 (337.68)
56740.4 (1.05)15.4 (1.80)75.3 (5.73)76.3 (14.42)680.2 (341.25)
65340.6 (0.77)15.5 (2.98)76.0 (6.30)78.3 (16.52)652.6 (354.05)
  • a Experimental individuals were derived from a series of families (each derived from a single F1 intercross animal) generated across two years.

  • b Mean (standard deviation) for each phenotype in each family. Peak amplitude is relative, unit-less measure (Limousin and Greenfield 2009; Gleason et al. 2016).