Application of ANOVA for Plant Breeding: Single Marker Analysis Example (Raw Data Set)

Plant Breeding and Genomics April 05, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF

Author:

David M. Francis, The Ohio State University

This page provides the molecular marker data and bacterial spot disease severity data for a backcross population as part of the ANOVA for Molecular Marker Analysis example presented in the Overview of Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) page.

The data below accompanies these pages:

Data Table

The table provides the genotypic data for two molecular markers (TG23 and PTO) and bacterial spot disease severity data for 41 BC1 individuals, as well as the parental lines (7998 and 88119). The variables in this data set are:

  • gen – number assigned to each individual
  • pop(log) – disease severity that has undergone a logarithmic transformation.
  • TG23 – marker genotype data; 0=absent, 1=present
  • PTO – marker genotype data; 0=absent, 1=present
Gen pop(log) tg23 PTO
7998 3.9 1 1
88119 8.17 0 0
201 4 1 1
203 4.43 1 1
204 8.18 0 0
205 3.59 1 1
206 4.09 1 0
207 8.89 0 0
209 7.57 0 0
210 7.83 0 0
211 7.12 0 0
212 7.51 0 0
213 7.16 0 0
214 8.7 0 1
216 7.77 0 0
217 5.78 1 0
218 7.26 0 0
219 7.69 0 0
221 7.31 0 0
222 5.59 1 1
224 4.36 1 1
225 7.84 0 0
226 7.18 0 0
227 5.52 1 1
229 6.6 1 1
230 3.39 1 1
231 6.81 0 0
233 6.78 0 0
234 5.7 1 0
235 6.85 0 1
236 7.46 0 0
237 4.36 1 1
238 7.43 0 0
239 4.21 1 1
240 5.63 1 1
241 7.4 0 0
242 7.79 0 1
243 3.82 1 1
244 4.11 1 1
245 5.15 1 1
246 5.1 1 1
247 4.45 1 1
248 6.42 1 1

Funding Statement

Development of this page was supported in part by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Solanaceae Coordinated Agricultural Project, agreement 2009-85606-05673, administered by Michigan State University. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the United States Department of Agriculture.

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