Some vocabulary and grammar for the analysis of multi-environment trials, as applied to the analysis of FPB and PPB trials

@article{Eeuwijk2004SomeVA,
  title={Some vocabulary and grammar for the analysis of multi-environment trials, as applied to the analysis of FPB and PPB trials},
  author={Fred van Eeuwijk and Mark Cooper and I. H. Delacy and Salvatore Ceccarelli and Stefania Grando},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={122},
  pages={477-490}
}
For the improvement of genetic material suitable for on farm use under low-input conditions, participatory and formal plant breeding strategies are frequently presented as competing options. A common frame of reference to phrase mechanisms and purposes related to breeding strategies will facilitate clearer descriptions of similarities and differences between participatory plant breeding and formal plant breeding. In this paper an attempt is made to develop such a common framework by means of a… CONTINUE READING
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