diallel analysis

Genetic analysis of drought tolerance with respect to fiber traits in upland cotton

R. A. Nasimi, Khan, I. A., Iqbal, M. A., Khan, A. A., Nasimi, R. A., Khan, I. A., Iqbal, M. A., and Khan, A. A., Genetic analysis of drought tolerance with respect to fiber traits in upland cotton, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Cotton germplasm was analyzed to investigate its potential for developing water stress tolerance in varieties in the future. Four tolerant (NIAB-78, CIM-482, BH-121, and VH-142) and four susceptible (CIM-446, FH-1000, FH-900, and FH-901) lines were identified of 50 accessions based on their seedling root length. A complete set of diallel crosses among eight selected genotypes was subjected to genetic analysis for fiber property traits.

Relationships between four measures of genetic distance and breeding behavior in spring wheat

G. Benin, Matei, G., A. de Oliveira, C., Silva, G. O., Hagemann, T. R., C. da Silva, L., Pagliosa, E. S., and Beche, E., Relationships between four measures of genetic distance and breeding behavior in spring wheat, vol. 11, pp. 2390-2400, 2012.

We estimated the genetic distances among 10 spring wheat genotypes based on pedigree data, morphological traits and AFLP markers, used individually and combined with morphological traits, to find the best predictors of general- and specific-combining abilities among parental genotypes. Ten wheat parents were crossed in a diallel form, disregarding reciprocal hybrids, totaling 45 combinations. The F1 hybrids, F2 populations and parents were evaluated in the field in 2007.

Genetic parameters in parents and hybrids of circulant diallel in popcorn

R. M. Rangel, Júnior, A. T. Amaral, Scapim, C. A., Júnior, S. P. Freitas, and Pereira, M. G., Genetic parameters in parents and hybrids of circulant diallel in popcorn, vol. 7, pp. 1020-1030, 2008.

With the aim of estimating genetic parameters and identifying superior popcorn combinations, 10 parents were crossed in a circulant diallel and evaluated together with the 15 resulting hybrids at two locations in two growing seasons for grain yield, number of broken plants, number of partially husked ears and popping expansion. The hybrids were less sensitive to environmental variations than the parents of the diallel in the 2003/2004 and 2004/2005 growing seasons. The genetic parameters suggested possible genetic gains for grain yield and popping expansion, mainly.

Genetics of quantitative and qualitative traits of isabgol (Plantago ovata)

N. Singh and Lal, R. K., Genetics of quantitative and qualitative traits of isabgol (Plantago ovata), vol. 8, pp. 939-950, 2009.

Isabgol is a medicinal plant known for its high-quality dietary fiber. The genetics and inheritance of economic characters, such as number of panicles, panicle length, seed yield, and swelling factor, were measured by diallel analysis of F1 progenies from seven parents. The additive component of genetic variance was significant for days to flowering, plant height, branches/plant, peduncle length, panicle length, days to maturity, and swelling factor, whereas the dominance component of genetic variance was significant for all the characters except panicles/plant.

Genetic distances between popcorn populations based on molecular markers and correlations with heterosis estimates made by diallel analysis of hybrids

R. E. F. Munhoz, Prioli, A. J., Júnior, A. T. Amaral, Scapim, C. A., and Simon, G. A., Genetic distances between popcorn populations based on molecular markers and correlations with heterosis estimates made by diallel analysis of hybrids, vol. 8, pp. 951-962, 2009.

Diallel analysis was used to obtain information on com­bining ability, heterosis, estimates of genetic distances by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and on their correlations with heterosis, for the popcorn varieties RS 20, UNB2, CMS 43, CMS 42, Zélia, UEM J1, UEM M2, Beija-Flor, and Viçosa, which were crossed to obtain all possible combinations, without reciprocals. The genitors and the 36 F1 hybrids were evaluated in field trials in Maringá during two growing seasons in a randomized complete block design with three replications.

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