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Estimation and classification of variance between the first and the second picks in some Egyptian cotton genotypes by using latin square design and cluster analysis



Estimation and classification of variance between the first and the second picks in some Egyptian cotton genotypes by using latin square design and cluster analysis



Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University 57(2): 277-294



Cotton cultivars (G.80, G.83 and G.90) and hybrids (G.81 x G.83 and G.83 (G.75 x 5844)) were grown in Bini Souf and Assuit, Egypt, during 2003 and 2004. Latin square design and cluster analyses were used to estimate and classify the variance between the first and second harvests. The analysis of latin square design revealed significant variation due to rows, columns and genotypes.

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