Alternative partitioning of the genotype-by-environment interaction

  title={Alternative partitioning of the genotype-by-environment interaction},
  author={Walter Muir and Wyman E Nyquist and Shizhong Xu},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
Alternative methods for partitioning the genotype-by-environment interaction, for an arbitrary number of genotypes or environments, were examined. Partitioning of the interaction is important in order to determine the nature of the interaction. Two methods of partitioning were examined; both separated the interaction into two types: (1) due to heterogeneous variances or (2) due to imperfect correlations. Method 1 was based on heterogeneity among environments in the scaling of differences among… CONTINUE READING
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