Wakjira Adugna

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Different methods of genetic diversity measures could give better judgment of differentiating important accessions for growers, germplasm curators and plant breeders. Data of 60 accessions of linseed, mainly from Ethiopia, were used to assess their genetic diversity, employing morphological and amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) methods. Analyses(More)
A combined analysis with three parametricand two nonparametric measures to assess G × E interactions and stability analyses toidentify stable genotypes of linseed across18 environments in Ethiopia wereundertaken. The combined analysis ofvariance for environments (E), genotypes(G) and G × E interaction was highlysignificant (p<0.01), suggestingdifferential(More)
Morphological and molecular characterization of germplasm is important for the sustainable exploitation of crops. Linseed or flax (Linum usitatissimum) is a multipurpose crop grown in many environments for food, feed, fibre and industry. In Ethiopia, a centre of diversity for linseed, it is valued for food and export. Here, we aimed to develop and use a set(More)
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