AMMI analysis of cassava response to contrasting environments: case study of genotype by environment effect on pests and diseases, root yield, and carotenoids content in Cameroon

@article{Fotso2018AMMIAO,
  title={AMMI analysis of cassava response to contrasting environments: case study of genotype by environment effect on pests and diseases, root yield, and carotenoids content in Cameroon},
  author={Apollin Kuate Fotso and Rachid Hanna and Peter Kulakow and Elizabeth Parkes and Peter Iluebbey and Francis Ajebesone Ngome and Christopher Suh and Jacques Anselme Massussi and Ibrahim Choutnji and Venasius Lendzemo Wirnkar},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2018},
  volume={214},
  pages={1-13}
}
Genotype by environment interaction remains a substantial issue in all breeding programs. Crop genotypes are generally developed in a central breeding location, but always require the evaluation of breeding products in different environments. This is particularly relevant in countries that have a wide range of climates. Eighteen cassava genotypes were evaluated in Cameroon in eight environments—varying in seasonal rainfall and temperature patterns and soil characteristics—over two cropping… Expand
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