Trends in additive, dominance and environmental effects with age for growth traits in Eucalyptus hybrid populations

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Expression of additive and dominance effects during development of forest trees species is poorly documented. A set of 10 subpopulations, generated from factorial mating amongst subsets of 88 females and 107 males representing 684 families and 37,206 individual trees, was used to estimate variance components between 4 and 65 months in a Eucalyptus urophylla… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10681-008-9746-x

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@article{Bouvet2008TrendsIA, title={Trends in additive, dominance and environmental effects with age for growth traits in Eucalyptus hybrid populations}, author={J. -M. Bouvet and Aubin Rachel Saya and Ph. Vigneron}, journal={Euphytica}, year={2008}, volume={165}, pages={35-54} }