Genetic potential of fusarium wilt-resistant elite common bean lines assessed in multiple environments
Genetic and phenotypic multi-character approach applied to multivariate models for wheat industrial quality analysis
Phenotypic stability of strawberry cultivars assessed in three environments
Genetic potential of black bean genotypes with predictable behaviors in multienvironment trials
In recent years, Brazil has been ranked first in the production and consumption of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (FAO, 2015). Black beans are the second most consumed type of bean in Brazil, representing 17% of the consumer market and corresponding to approximately 490,000 tons/year (Del Peloso and Melo, 2005). Together, the Central and Center-South regions of Brazil are responsible for 84% of Brazil’s bean production (Pontes Junior et al., 2014).
Biplot analysis of phenotypic stability in upland cotton genotypes in Mato Grosso
Seed cotton yield is a trait governed by multiple genes that cause changes in the performance of genotypes depending on the cultivation environment. Breeding programs examine the genotype x environment interaction (GE) using precise statistical methods, such as AMMI (additive main effects and multiplicative interaction) and GGE biplot (genotype main effects + genotype x environment interaction). The AMMI method combines the analysis of variance and principal components, to adjust the main effects (genotypes and environments) and the effects of GE interaction, respectively.
Genotypic stability and adaptability in tropical maize based on AMMI and GGE biplot analysis
We evaluated the phenotypic and genotypic stability and adaptability of hybrids using the additive main effect and multiplicative interaction (AMMI) and genotype x genotype-environment interaction (GGE) biplot models. Starting with 10 single-cross hybrids, a complete diallel was done, resulting in 45 double-cross hybrids that were appraised in 15 locations in Southeast, Center-West and Northeast Brazil.