Between and beyond additivity and non-additivity : the statistical modelling of genotype by environment interaction in plant breeding

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Eeuwijk, van, F.A.;
  • Publisher: Van Eeuwijk
  • Subject: Population and Quantitative Genetics | Plantenveredeling en -genetica (algemeen) | genotype-milieu interactie | Genetica (algemeen) | Plant Breeding and Genetics (General) | statistische inferentie | Kwantitatieve- en populatiegenetica | statistical inference | Genetics (General) | genotype environment interaction | statistical analysis | statistische analyse

In plant breeding it is a common observation to see genotypes react differently to environmental changes. This phenomenon is called genotype by environment interaction. Many statistical approaches for analysing genotype by environment interaction rely heavily on the ana... View more
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