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G. Mohammadinejad, A. M. Rezai. Analysis of Genotype × Environment Interaction and Study of Oat (Avena sativa L.) Genotypes Pattern. JCPP 2005; 9 (2) :77-89
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In this study, the an AMMI analysis (additive the main effects and the multiplicative interaction effects) was used to evaluate the yield stability of nine oats genotypes (4 Canadian cultivars and 5 Turkish breeding lines) and Makoi barley (as ckeck) in the 6 environments (3 dates of planting of Oct.12, Oct.31 and Nov.21 and 3 sowing densities of 300, 375 and 450 seeds/m2). The experiment was conducted at the Research Farm of Isfahan University of Technology in 2001. For each environments, a randomized complete block design with the 3 replications was used. According to the results obtained, the main effects of genotypes, environment and genotype X environment interaction effects were statistically significant (p<0.0 1) and 70% of sum of squares was explained by the first two interaction principal components (IPCI). Biplots of genotypic and environmental components of the first and second interaction principal components and the mean yields of the genotypes and environments, pattern analysis of the two significant and also stability statistics of AMMI model (EV2 & SIPC2) revealed that Boyer and Line No. 28 were the most stable genotypes. Boyer had the lowest IPC1 and Pacer and Lines No.2 and 17 were the least stable genotypes with specific adaptation to sowing density of 300 seed/m2. Lines No.32 and 28 indicated the specific adaptions to first planting date (Oct.12) Makoi and Pacer had the specific adaptation to second and third planting date and the second sowing density.
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