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Analysis of a three-way interaction including multi-attributes
The additive main effect and multiplicative interaction (AMMI) has been widely used for studying and interpreting genotype×environment interaction (GEI) in agricultural experiments using multi-environment trials (METs). ...
Regulation of secondary metabolism by the carbon-nitrogen status in tobacco: nitrate inhibits large sectors of phenylpropanoid metabolism
Interactions between nitrogen and carbon metabolism modulate many aspects of the metabolism, physiology and development of plants. This paper investigates the contribution of nitrate and nitrogen metabolism to the regulation ...
QTL mapping of grain length in rice (Oryza sativa L.) using chromosome segment substitution lines
Chromosome segment substitution (CSS) lines have the potential for use in QTL fine mapping and map-based cloning. The standard t-test used in the idealized case that each CSS line has a single segment from the donor parent ...
Stress-tolerant maize in eastern and southern Africa
In 2006, CIMMYT was presented with the CGIAR's highest recognition for science for development—the King Baudouin Award. The award recognized work on stress-tolerant maize in eastern and southern Africa. This is research ...
A bayesian approach for assessing the stability of genotypes
Several statistical models can be used for assessing genotype 3 environment interaction (GEI) and studying genotypic stability. The objectives of this research were to show how (i) to use Bayesian methodology for computing ...
Agronomic performance and breeding potential of selected inbred lines for improvement of protein quality of adapted Ugandan maize germoplasm
(African Crop Science Society, 2006)