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Studies on productivity in cocksfoot. 2. Classification of varieties on a plant basis by the application of principal component analysis



Studies on productivity in cocksfoot. 2. Classification of varieties on a plant basis by the application of principal component analysis



Journal of Japanese Society of Grassland Science 24(2): 108-112



12 cocksfoot grown as spaced plants were classified by principal component analysis, using 11 selected characters (number of tillers/plant, tiller wt., tiller angle, stem diam., plant ht., panicle length, length of 2nd internode, breadth of 3rd leaf, breadth X length of 3rd leaf and breadth/length of 3rd leaf). 84% of the total variation was accounted for by the 1st 3 components.

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