Multi-environment Analysis for Indian Sites

Nigam, S N and Chandra, S and Sridevi, K R and Bhukta, Manohar (2003) Multi-environment Analysis for Indian Sites. In: Breeding of Drought-resistant Peanuts: ACIAR Proceedings No 112, 25-27 February 2002, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.

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GENOTYPE-BY-ENVIRONMENT interactions (GEI) are ubiquitous for quantitative traits of economic importance. Significant GEI tends to hinder genetic progress in a breeding program; in particular, the crossover type of GEI makes it difficult to unambiguously select promising materials that perform consistently better across a wide range of environmental conditions. The first step to deal with the consequences of the presence of GEI is to assess its relative importance through a pooled analysis of data across the testing sites.

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Subjects: Mandate crops > Groundnut
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Date Deposited: 05 Oct 2011 06:10
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