Table 4 The first column is the lake trout linkage group in question and columns 2-4 list the approximate location of any detected inversions that differentiate species. The type of inversion is stated in parenthesis. Locations are listed in centimorgans on the female map. Whenever multiple inversions were detected on a chromosome, at least one was pericentric. Centromeres were not localized for Sna42, so centricity of inversions could not be determined.
Linkage GroupArctic CharRainbow TroutAtlantic Salmon
Sna1
Sna2
Sna3
Sna4
Sna5
Sna630-43 (Paracentric)
Sna7
Sna8
Sna9
Sna1045-55 (Pericentric)***
Sna110-30 (Pericentric)0-30 (Pericentric)0-30 (Pericentric)
Sna1248-54 (Pericentric)**48-54 (Pericentric)
Sna13
Sna14
Sna15
Sna1612-40 (Multiple Inversions)**25-40 (Multiple Inversions)
Sna17
Sna18
Sna195-30 (Paracentric), 25 - 58 (Pericentric)30-58 (Pericentric)
Sna200-10 (Pericentric)0-10 (Pericentric)
Sna21
Sna22
Sna23
Sna240-57 (Multiple inversions)0-12 (Pericentric)0-12 (Pericentric)
Sna250-30 (Pericentric)
Sna26
Sna27
Sna2843-52 (Pericentric)
Sna29
Sna30*0-10 (Pericentric)
Sna310-7 (Pericentric)
Sna32
Sna33
Sna340-30 (Pericentric)**
Sna350-47 (Pericentric)
Sna36
Sna37
Sna38
Sna39
Sna40
Sna41*
Sna4235-43 (Unknown)20-43 (Unknown)
  • * = suggestive evidence of structure variation but unable to determine if an inversion occurred.

  • ** = Inverted region appears to be translocated to a separate chromosome.