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Title:
THE HERITABILITY OF SOME QUANTITATIVE TRAITS FOR THE SPRING BARLEY WITH TWO ROWS

Authors:
Ioana Porumb, Russu F., Moldovan V.

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1Agricultural Research and Development Station Turda, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

MLA 8
Porumb, Ioana, et al. "THE HERITABILITY OF SOME QUANTITATIVE TRAITS FOR THE SPRING BARLEY WITH TWO ROWS." IJETSI, vol. 2, no. 3, 2017, pp. 644-651, ijetsi.org/more2017.php?id=53..
APA
Porumb, I., F., R., & V., M. (2017). THE HERITABILITY OF SOME QUANTITATIVE TRAITS FOR THE SPRING BARLEY WITH TWO ROWS. IJETSI, 2(3), 644-651. Retrieved from http://ijetsi.org/more2017.php?id=53
Chicago
Porumb, Ioana, Russu F., and Moldovan V. "THE HERITABILITY OF SOME QUANTITATIVE TRAITS FOR THE SPRING BARLEY WITH TWO ROWS." IJETSI 2, no. 3 (2017), 644-651. http://ijetsi.org/more2017.php?id=53.

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Abstract:
The main morphoproductive traits that have made the subject of this study were represented by: the length of the ear, the number of grains/ear and weight of the grains. At the base of choosing the parental forms stood the criteria of homozygosity and the phenotypic differentiation between parents, being analyzed a number of six hybrid combinations. In order to estimate the additive (a) gene effects, dominance (d) and epistatic interactions type additive x additive (aa), additive x dominant (ad), dominant x dominant (dd) involved in the heritability of the traits listed previously, it was necessary to establish the environments: from parental populations, genetic populations from progenies (F1 and F2) and the backcross generations (BCI and BCII).