Nipponbare / Kasalath Chromosome Segment Substitution Lines (CSSLs) 54 lines
These plant materials consist of 54 chromosome segment substitution lines (CSSLs) developed from backcrosses of rice varieties Nipponbare / Kasalath. The genotype of each line was determined using 214 RFLP markers distributed along the 12 rice chromosomes. These CSSLs can be used as a permanent mapping population and can also be useful for QTL mapping of many traits.
Genotype data PDF(44K) EXCEL(180K)
'A' represents a homozygous allele for Nipponbare, 'B' for Kasalath, and 'H' for a heterozygous allele.
RGP genetic map: