Fig. S1 The distribution of consensus QTL and mQTL on 18 of 19 linkage groups in Brassica napus.

Fig. S2 Demonstration of a complex epistatic network for glucosinolate in seeds.

Table S1Arabidopsis genes that control glucosinolate metabolism used for in silico mapping in our experiments; they were collected from the TAIR website

Table S2 The list of 264 consensus QTL first integrated from 436 significant QTL by meta-analysis

Table S3 The list of metabolite QTL identified by the ‘two-round’ strategy of QTL meta-analysis

Table S4 Epistatic interactions detected for glucosinolate concentration in the leaves and seeds of Brassica napus

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