List of all traits in CarrotOmics

Trait NameTrait TypeTrait Definition
aCUBE.leafQTLContent of α-cubebene in leaf tissue
alternaria dauci disease resistancequantitativeResistance to Alternaria dauci, scale of 1 susceptible to 5 resistant
alternaria dauci disease resistanceQTLResistance to Alternaria dauci, scale of 1 susceptible to 5 resistant
Annual habitQTLPlant will begin to flower without a vernalization requirement
aPHEL.rootQTLContent of α-phellandrene in root tissue
aPINE.rootQTLContent of α-pinene in root tissue
aTERP.leafQTLContent of α-terpinene in leaf tissue
aTHUJ.leafQTLContent of α-thujene in leaf tissue
bBISA.rootQTLContent of β-bisabolene in root tissue
BetaCaroMTLStorage root evaluated for β-carotene using a visual score, 0=orange pigment absent and 1=orange pigment present
bMYRC.rootQTLContent of β-myrcene in root tissue
BORNAc.leafQTLContent of bornyl acetate in leaf tissue
BORNAc.rootQTLContent of bornyl acetate in root tissue
BORN.leafQTLContent of borneol in leaf tissue
BORN.rootQTLContent of borneol in root tissue
bPINE.rootQTLContent of β-pinene in root tissue
Canopy height at harvestquantitativeCanopy height was measured just before harvest with three measurements taken per plot.
Carotenoid contentQTLConcentration of carotenoids in the storage root
Celery annual habitMTLBackcross segregations demonstrate that annual habit in celery is partially dominant over biennial and determined by a single gene designated Hb
Celery fusarium yellows resistanceMTLResistance estimated on a scale from 1 to 5: 1, no discoloration in the vascular crown or primary roots, healthy plants; 2, slight discoloration in the crown and no discoloration in the primary roots, normal plant growth; 3, medium to severe discoloration in the entire crown and many of the primary roots, retarded plant growth; 4, rot in the crown and primary roots, small yellow plants; 5, dead plants. Plants rated 1 or 2 were considered to be resistant, and those rated 3, 4, or 5 were considered to be susceptible.