Fig. 6: Genotype–phenotype relationship in S. cerevisiae. | Nature

Fig. 6: Genotype–phenotype relationship in S. cerevisiae.

From: Genome evolution across 1,011 Saccharomyces cerevisiae isolates

Fig. 6

a, Narrow-sense heritability (blue) and phenotypic variance explained (yellow) for phenotypes with associated variants. b, Association scores of the detected genetic variants across the 16 chromosomes and the non-reference ORFs. c, Variance explained by CNVs and SNPs associated with traits. Association scores and variance explained are higher for CNVs compared to SNPs (P value = 0.00579, two-sided Mann–Whitney–Wilcoxon test). Centre lines, median; boxes, IQR; whiskers, 1.5 × IQR. Data points beyond the whiskers are outliers.

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