The measurement and interpretation of genotype-environment interactions

@article{Knight2005TheMA,
  title={The measurement and interpretation of genotype-environment interactions},
  author={Rob Knight},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={225-235}
}
The regression analysis developed by Finlay and Wilkinson to investigate genotype-environment interactions and to assess genotypes for their adaptation to a range of environments is reviewed. Their analysis used the mean yield of many genotypes to provide a measure of the environment; it was not measured in physical terms. To reveal aspects of their analysis it was applied to data of the response of genotypes to variation in a single precisely measured environmental factor. The conclusions were… CONTINUE READING

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