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Estimates of additive, dominance and additive X additive genetic variances in common wheat



Estimates of additive, dominance and additive X additive genetic variances in common wheat



Proceedings of the fifth international wheat genetics symposium February 23-28, 1978 Volume 2 Session VI Genetics of quantitative variation: 606-612



Yield data from the parental, F2 and F3 generations from crosses involving 3 testers and 21 lines, crossed according to the North Carolina Mating Design II and grown with and without irrigation, were analysed. The pooled analysis of combining ability over the two generations showed that both specific combining ability (SCA) and SCA X generation interaction variance components were significant and of high magnitude for grain yield and ear number in the two environments.

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