2 edition of Genotype-environment interaction in winter wheat F ́progeny found in the catalog.
Genotype-environment interaction in winter wheat F ́progeny
C. J. Peterson
Written in English
|Statement||by Clarence James Peterson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 111 leaves, bound ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
interactions between people’s genetic makeup (i.e., genotype) and their envi ronments—the genotype by environ ment (GxE) interactions—when attempting to associate specific genes with the risk of specific disorders. This article first describes in more detail what GxE interactions are and discusses genotype–environment correlations. It. The results showed significant differences (P ≤ ) in dry gluten (DG) among genotypes, growing environments, and the genotype‐environment interaction (Table 5). The DG values for the genotypes in the three environments ranged from to % at Wad Medani, to % at Hudeiba, to % at Dongola.
Genotype by environment interaction effects on plant height of wheat genotypes carrying rht 8 dwarfing gene Article (PDF Available) in Turkish Journal of Field Crops 20(2) November with. Purchase, JL Hatting H, Van Deventer CS () Genotype × environment interaction of winter wheat in South Africa: II. Stability analysis of .
is the variance of the wheat line × environment obtained from the combined analyses across environments. For GS, we used the reaction norm model that is an extension of the random effect Genomic Best Linear Unbiased Predictor (GBLUP) model, where the main effect of lines, the main effect of environments, the main effect of markers, the main effect of pedigree, and their interactions with. Genotype*environment interaction has been analyzed with 12 genotypes and four probe genotypes in French wheat trials. An integrated approach was developed which combined crop diagnosis with the analysis of interaction by factorial regression. Crop diagnosis was helpful to characterize the environments and to select environmental variables.
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Purchase, J. Parametric analysis to describe genotype x environment interaction and yield stability in winter wheat, University of Free State. Bloemfontein, South Africa. Purchase, J. L., H. Hatting and C. van Deventer. Genotype × environment interaction of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in South Africa: : Gadisa A.
Wardofa, Hussein Mohammed, Dawit Asnake, Tesfahun Alemu. GENOTYPE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION IN WINTER WHEAT F1 PROGENY INTRODUCTION An ameliorated understanding of the nature of gene action in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) must be developed if continued ad-vancement is to be made in grain yield.
Little information is avail-able on the interaction between the environment and grain yield. Genotype × environment interaction of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in South Africa: I.
AMMI analysis of yield performance. South African Journal of Plant and Soil: Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. Cited by: Improvement of end‐use quality in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) depends on thorough understanding of the influences of environment, genotype, and their objectives were to determine relative contributions of genotype, environment, and G × E interaction to variation in quality characteristics of hard red winter by: A detailed analysis of genotype-environment interactions was carried out among yields of six cultivars of hard red spring wheat grown at each of nine locations in five different years.
Subdividing the sum of squares for genotype-environment interactions into components due to each cultivar indicated that the Finlay-Wilkinson method of measuring Cited by: Reza Mohammadi, Ahmed Amri, Analysis of Genotype × Environment Interactions for Grain Yield in Durum Wheat, Crop Science, /cropsci, 49, 4, (.
Reza Mohammadi, Mozaffar Roustaii, Reza Haghparast, Ebrahim Roohi, Kazem Solimani, Malak Masoud Ahmadi, Gholam Reza Abedi, Ahmed Amri, Genotype × Environment Interactions for Grain Yield in Rainfed Winter Wheat Multi‐Environment Trials in Iran, Agronomy Journal, /agronj,5, (), ().
Evaluation of genotype × environment interaction in chickpea using measures of stability from AMMI model. Annals of Biological Research, 3 (7) Kaya, Y., C. Palta and S. Taner, ().Additive main effects and multiplicative interactions analysis of yield performance in bread wheat.
Analysis of genotype × environment interaction in rain-fed durum wheat of Iran using GGE-biplot and non-parametric methods. Can. Plant Sci.
– Multi-environment trials (MET) are conducted annually throughout the world in order to use the information contained in MET data for genotype evaluation and mega-environment identification. Moreover, in Central Europe spring wheat varieties are valuable due to the higher baking quality than winter wheat (Maghirang et al., ).
One of the most effective pathways to meet global needs for the production of wheat grain is to focus on the interactions of genotype x environment x crop management (G x E x M).
Effect of genotype, environment, and their interaction on phytochemical compositions and antioxidant properties of soft winter wheat flour. Article (PDF Available) in Food Chemistry – Huehn, M. (), Nonparametric estimation and testing of genotype × environment interactions by ranks.
In Genotype-by-Environment Interaction and Plant Breeding, Kang, M.S. (ed.), Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, pp. 69– Google Scholar. The main objectives of this study were to (i) classify the GE interactions for grain yield of 25 wheat genotypes grown in 21 different rainfed environments and (ii) investigate the causes of GE interactions in durum wheat yield trials in Iran.
Materials. The additive main effects and multiplicative interaction (AMMI) models were used to study the genotype environment effects.
Average yield reduction due to drought in the sheltered plots was %. Jackson PA, Byth DE, Fischer KS, Johnston RP () Genotype × environment interactions in progeny from a barley cross: II.
Variation in grain yield, yield components and dry matter production among lines with similar times to anthesis.
Field Crop Res –23 CrossRef Google Scholar. Acevedo, in Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-water Relations, C. Genotype × Environment Interaction of Δ. The genotype × environment (G × E) interaction of Δ in our experiments has been low and usually nonsignificant (Craufurd et al., ).Additional evidence of low G × E comes from our greenhouse study on W of barley (Table II) and from the LSS work conducted at Breda in the.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Understanding the impact of genotype, environment, and their interactions on Canadian wheat quality is important for Canada to maintain its high standard for delivery of consistent quality wheat.
Karimzadeh R, Mohammadi M, Sabaghnia N, Shefazadeh M K, Pouralhosaini J. Univariate stability analysis methods for determining genotype×environment interaction of durum wheat grain yield, Afr. Biotechnol. Google Scholar.
The Relationship Between the Factor Analytic and Sites Regression Models for Assessing Crossover genotype × Environment Interaction. In the FA model, the random effect of the i th genotype in the j th environment (g ij) is expressed as a linear function of latent variables x ik with coefficients δ jk for k=(1,2, t), plus a residual, η ij, i.e., η ij, i.
e, g ij = μ j + ∑ k = 1 t x ik. Genotype Environment Interaction. GEI includes a genetic control of responses to protective or adverse environment, and often a dependency of genetic effects on an environment (i.e., genetic effects can be stronger in one environment than in the other) (Rutter et al., ).
From: Handbook of Behavioral Neuroscience, Related terms.This interaction can be modeled by different statistical models which can include Effect of Environmental Variates on Genotype × Environment Interaction of Winter Wheat - Brancourt‐Hulmel - - Crop Science - Wiley Online Library.Pattern analysis, cluster and ordination techniques, was applied to grain yield data of 20 durum wheat genotypes grown in 19 diversified environments during –07 to identify patterns of genotype (G), environment (E) and genotype-by-environment (G×E) interaction .