Genotype–Environment Interaction, Megaenvironments and Two-Table Coupling Methods for Sugarcane Yield Studies in Venezuela

@article{Rea2015GenotypeEnvironmentIM,
  title={Genotype–Environment Interaction, Megaenvironments and Two-Table Coupling Methods for Sugarcane Yield Studies in Venezuela},
  author={R. Rea and O. Sousa-Vieira and Alida D{\'i}az and M. Ram{\'o}n and R. Brice{\~n}o and J. George and M. Ni{\~n}o and L. Balzano-Nogueira},
  journal={Sugar Tech},
  year={2015},
  volume={18},
  pages={354-364}
}
The selection of sugarcane cultivars adapted to different environments becomes difficult when there is genotype–environment interaction (GEI). The data were analyzed from twenty sugarcane genotypes evaluated in eight locations over two crop cycles to identify megaenvironments (ME), through GEI methods for higher cane yield measured in tons of cane per hectare (TCH) and percentage of sucrose (Pol% cane) using biplot multivariate GEI models. The best genotypes and the environment were determined… Expand

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