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Metabolic pathway variation can generate other non-parametric distributions via transgressive segregation. The above epistasis example can generate non-parametric distributions if the enzyme 5 null allele hides functional enzymes such as 6b (Figure 3-2A). Another way for these nonparametric distributions to occur is when the compound is present in levels near the level of detection. QTL segregation can generate lines with undetectable levels while other lines are readily measurable. A common impulse in these situations is to take the undetectable lines and record them as no data/measurement when it is actually valid to assume that they are less than the other lines.
The third variable level is the ratio of two related compounds that may provide insight into particular enzymatic processes. E. The final variable level is the ratio of different biosynthetic branches that may provide insight into more global regulation. i = the amount of specific compounds. will identify a subset of common QTL as well as unique QTL. For example, it is possible to have a locus that has a 5% effect across the entire pathway. J. Kliebenstein effect would most likely not be identified as QTL for any of the individual compounds but due to the smoothing impact of summing all of the compounds this effect may be seen at the pathway level.
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Concepts in plant metabolomics : [derived from presentations made at the 3rd International Congress of Plant Metabolomics, which was held in 2004 at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa] by Basil J Nikolau; Eve Syrkin Wurtele