Two-way pattern analysis of a large data set to evaluate genotypic adaptation

@article{Byth1976TwowayPA,
  title={Two-way pattern analysis of a large data set to evaluate genotypic adaptation},
  author={D E Byth and R L Eisemann and I. H. De Lacy},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1976},
  volume={37},
  pages={215-230}
}
SummaryA method for the analysis of genotype × environment interaction in large data sets is presented and applied to yield data for 49 wheat cultivars grown in each of 63 international environments. Pattern analysis using numerical classification defined separately groups of cultivars and groups of environments, based on similarities in yield performance. The group structure for cultivars was interpreted in terms of similarities and differences in cultivar mean yield and/or cultivar yield… CONTINUE READING

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