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Estimates of genetic parameters and prediction of additive genetic values in Pinus kesya progenies



Estimates of genetic parameters and prediction of additive genetic values in Pinus kesya progenies



Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology 5(4): 394-401



The objective of this study was to select Pinus kesya progenies by the estimation of genetic parameters using the method of restricted maximum likelihood (Reml) and prediction of additive genetic values by the best linear unbiased prediction (Blup). The Pinus kesya progeny test was installed in randomized blocks, which consisted of 30 progenies and three replications. The twenty-year-old trees were evaluated for the traits diameter at breast height (DBH), height (HT) and stem form (FOR).

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