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Measurement of the phenotypic stability of seed production-related traits in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.)






Sementi Elette 42(2): 33-39

Measurement of the phenotypic stability of seed production-related traits in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.)

Seed production traits were evaluated in 20 varieties (commercial cultivars and accessions from the germplasm bank of Turin University) under different environmental conditions at 4 sites. Stability analysis was performed and the dynamic concept of stability was applied to all traits except the frequency of seeds with delayed permeability (static concept of stability). The hypothesis of equal stability of varieties could not be refuted for the 3 seed production traits tested.


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