Genotype × environment interaction and genetic improvement for yield and yield stability of rainfed durum wheat in Iran

@article{Mohammadi2012GenotypeE,
  title={Genotype × environment interaction and genetic improvement for yield and yield stability of rainfed durum wheat in Iran},
  author={Reza Mohammadi and Ahmed Amri},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2012},
  volume={192},
  pages={227-249}
}
The genotype × environment (GE) interaction influences genotype selection and recommendations. Consequently, the objectives of genetic improvement should include obtaining genotypes with high potential yield and stability in unpredictable conditions. The GE interaction and genetic improvement for grain yield and yield stability was studied for 11 durum breeding lines, selected from Iran/ICARDA joint program, and compared to current checks (i.e., one durum modern cultivar and two durum and bread… CONTINUE READING

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