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Natural selection and genotype-environmental interaction in Papaver dubium.

Nathaniel Bumstead

Natural selection and genotype-environmental interaction in Papaver dubium.

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Genetics, 1979.

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Genotype-by-environment interaction (GEI) is a universal issue and relates to all living organisms, 8 from bacteria to plants to humans. The subject is important in agricultural, genetic Author: Mónica Balzarini.

This method succeeded in explaining most of the interaction term and also part of the main effects. It appears that populations from either warm or dry sites generally have a positive interaction when evaluated in a site with similar characteristics, as expected as a consequence of natural by:   Abstract.

Cultivar evaluation and mega-environment identification are the most important objectives of multienvironment trials (MET). The objective of this study was to explore the effect of genotype and genotype × environment interaction Natural selection and genotype-environmental interaction in Papaver dubium.

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Ahmad Chozin 2, Hermanu Triwidodo 3, Hajrial Aswidinnoor 2* 1Graduate School of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University, Jl. Meranti Kampus IPB Darmaga BogorIndonesia. G × E APPROACH. G × E interactions are common in agricultural research and describe the association between the environment and the phenotypic expression of a genotype (Allard and Bradshaw, ).The presence of G × E interaction indicates that Natural selection and genotype-environmental interaction in Papaver dubium.

book environmental factors and the genotype influence the phenotypic expression of a by: Abstract. Differences between genotypes (G) over environments (E) may vary in magnitude or involve changes in ranking. Assessments of G × E interactions are required at the start of breeding to determine the number of programmes required for the target environments and different end uses, and at the finish to make recommendations to farmers and : John E.

Bradshaw. by year interaction for all the traits except years for plant height (Table 2). The extent of such performance depended on the magnitude of genotype × environment interaction, which occurs when genotypes differ in their relative performance across the environments.

According to Figures 1 and 2, maximum temperature and rainfall. Methods of analysing genotype-environment interaction were extensively reviewed by Freeman () and Hill ().

A large number of papers involving. Genotype by environment (G x E) interaction is an important issue in the crop improvement efforts for several reasons. Plant breeders need to be constantly aware of it, and to have it quantified.

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