Figure 1.
Figure 1.

A genetic linkage map of the Fragaria vesca ‘815’ × Fragaria bucharica ‘601’ (FV×FB) mapping progeny of 76 seedlings showing the map positions of the 411 sequence characterized genetic markers used to anchor the scaffolds over 50 kbp in length of the Fragaria vesca L. ‘Hawaii 4’(FvH4) genome sequence assembly. Novel markers mapped for the first time in the full progeny in this investigation are given in bold and genetic distances are given in centimorgans. Asterisks denote the putative positions of centromeric regions on each linkage group. FG, Fragaria linkage group.

 


Figure 2.Figure 2.
Figure 2.

(cont'd on next page) The genetic locations of the Fragaria vesca L. ‘Hawaii 4’ (FvH4) genome sequence scaffolds. The physical positions of the 222 sequence scaffolds greater than 50 kbp in length are shown in relation to the markers to which they are anchored on the Fragaria vesca ‘815’ × Fragaria bucharica ‘601’ (FV×FB) reference map. Physical distances are given in kilobase pairs and genetic distances are given in centimorgans. LG, linkage group.

 


Figure 3.
Figure 3.

A comparison of scaffold positions anchored by bin mapping and by markers mapped in the full Fragaria vesca ‘815’ × Fragaria bucharica ‘601’ (FV×FB) on the Fragaria linkage group (FG) 2 of the FV×FB reference map showing A) sequence scaffolds mapped using bin mapping (blue scaffolds) by Shulaev et al. (2011) and B) the positions of the same scaffolds (shown in blue) anchored using markers mapped in the full progeny in this investigation. Scaffolds shown in green were anchored for the first time in this investigation and were not present on the map of Shulaev et al. (2011). LG, linkage group.

 


Figure 4.
Figure 4.

Simple sequence repeat (SSR) motifs identified in the Fragaria vesca L. ‘Hawaii 4’ (FvH4) pseudochromosomes showing frequency distributions of SSR repeat motifs within the FvH4 genome sequence scaffolds over 50 kbp in length. A) shows distribution of dinucleotide repeats and B) shows distribution of trinucleotide repeats.