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Inheritance of ear length in barley. IV. Correlation analysis of the subcharacters mean number and mean length of the ear internodes



Inheritance of ear length in barley. IV. Correlation analysis of the subcharacters mean number and mean length of the ear internodes



Biologia. Bratislava, 18: 674-84



In the parental varieties and in the F2 and F3, number of ear internodes (N) was highly correlated with ear length and less highly with length of the ear internodes (L). Correlation coefficients between the F2 and F3 were 0.27 to 0.49 for (N); covari-ances and percentage heritabilities in the F2 and F3 are given for both (N) and (L).

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