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Map Sets

This table lists the total markers in each map. If a marker is not in the the selected map set then it will be assigned to chromosome 0.

(in selection)
map set namecomment (select item for complete text)
Aegilops tauschii, 2009From Luo et al, (2009) PNAS 106(37):15780-15785
SynOp GBS BinMap, 2012Bin map of Synthetic W9784 x Opata M85 constructed using 19,720 GBS SNP markers. Common markers bet
SynOp GBS AntMap, 2012Genetic linkage map of Synthetic W9784 x Opata M85 constructed de novo using the Antmap algorithm ma
KleinProteo x KleinChaja, 2012Contacts: Jorge Dubcovsky, Luxmi Tomar.Contributors: Luxmi Tomar, Laura Pfluger, Shiaoman Chao, Deve
wsnp 2013 ConsensusConsensus wsnp map from C.R. Cavanaugh et. al. (2013) PNAS 110:8057-8062
90K Array ConsensusFrom: Wang et. al. (2014) Characterization of polyploid wheat genomic diversity using a high-density
CSS POPSEQ 2014A genetic map created by locating the markers on the 1,397,432 contigs of the IWGSC2, Nov 2014. Cont
RefSeq v1.0A physical map from IWGSC RefSeq_v1 of Chinese Spring
Wheat Pangenome 2017A physical map from Wheat_Pangenome assembly, Montenegro et al. 2017, generated using BLAST to find
Wheat CAP 2017A physical map used for fine mapping of yield component QTL in the Wheat CAP project.
2014 HapMap A physical map for markers in HapMap trials.

If markers are selected, this count will report the number of selected markers in each of the maps.
If lines are selected, this count will report the number of genotyped markers for those lines that are in each of the maps.

In 2009 the Toronto International Data Release Workshop agreed on a policy statement about prepublication data sharing. Accordingly, the data producers are making many of the datasets in T3 available prior to publication of a global analysis. Guidelines for appropriate sharing of these data are given in the excerpt from the Toronto Statement

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