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Genomic prediction with pedigree and Genotype X environment interaction in Spring Wheat grown in South and West Asia, North Africa, and Mexico
Developing genomic selection (GS) models is an important step in applying GS to accelerate the rate of genetic gain in grain yield in plant breeding. In this study, seven genomic prediction models under two cross-validation ...
Indirect selection for grain yield in spring bread wheat in diverse nurseries worldwide using parameters locally determined in north-west Mexico
The relationships of normalized water index three (NWI-3) and canopy temperature (CT) with grain yield in north-west Mexico were determined in a set of wheat lines planted in multi-location yield trials. Advanced wheat ...
International Workshop of the Wheat Yield Consortium, 1. Proceedings; CENEB, CIMMYT, Cd. Obregon, Sonora, Mexico; 1-3 Mar 2011
The abstracts herein are of presentations by crop experts for the workshop ?Wheat Yield consortium: Sponsored by SAGARPA?s international strategic component for increasing wheat performance, under the Sustainable Modernization ...
International Workshop of the Wheat Yield Consortium, 3. Proceedings; Cd. Obregon, Sonora, Mexico; 5-7 Mar 2013
The abstracts herein are of presentations by crop experts for the ”3rd International Workshop of the Wheat Yield Consortium”. Sponsored by SAGARPA’s international strategic component for increasing wheat performance, under ...
QTL for yield and associated traits in the Seri/Babax population grown across several environments in Mexico, in the West Asia, North Africa, and South Asia regions
Heat and drought adaptive quantitative trait loci (QTL) in a spring bread wheat population resulting from the Seri/Babax cross designed to minimize confounding agronomic traits have been identified previously in trials ...
Proceedings of the Workshop on Modeling Wheat Response to High Temperature; El Batan, Texcoco, Mexico; 19-21 Jun 2013
The abstracts here in are of presentations by experts participating in the workshop “Modeling Wheat Response to High Temperature”. Sponsored by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security ...