Data from: Genetic dissection of a genomic region with pleiotropic effects on domestication traits in maize reveals multiple linked QTL

Zachary H. Lemmon & John F. Doebley
The domesticated crop maize and its wild progenitor, teosinte, have been used in numerous experiments to investigate the nature of divergent morphologies. This study examines a poorly understood region on the fifth chromosome of maize associated with a number of traits under selection during domestication using a QTL mapping population specific to the fifth chromosome. In contrast with other major domestication loci in maize where large effect, highly pleiotropic, single genes are responsible for phenotypic...
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