Estimating Pedigree-Based Breeding Values and Stability Parameters of Elite Rice Breeding Lines for Yield under Salt Stress during the Boro Season in Bangladesh

  title={Estimating Pedigree-Based Breeding Values and Stability Parameters of Elite Rice Breeding Lines for Yield under Salt Stress during the Boro Season in Bangladesh},
  author={M. Ruhul Quddus and M. Akhlasur Rahman and Nusrat A Jahan and Sanjoy K. Debsharma and Ribed F. Disha and M. Moniruzzaman Hasan and T. L. Aditya and K. M. Iftekharuddaula and BertrC.Y. Collard},
  journal={Plant Breeding and Biotechnology},
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