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Hayman, B.I. 1954a. The theory and analysis of diallel crosses. Genetics 39 :789–809. Hayman B.I. The theory and analysis of diallel crosses Genetics

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resistance in cultivars of spring barley from Polish Register . Plant Breed. 42 : 87 – 99 . Das , M.K. , Griffey , G.A. 1994 . Diallel analysis of adult plant resistance to

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., Eberhart, S. A. (1966): Analysis and interpretation of the variety cross diallel and related populations. Biometrics , 22 , 439–452. Eberhart S. A. Analysis and interpretation

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yield and quality of tomato in a diallel. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira 34 :1407–1416. Finger F.L. Genetic inferences on yield and quality of tomato in a diallel

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, J., Beljo, J., Gunjaèa, J. 2004. Study of inheritance of some agronomic and morphological traits in burley tobacco by graphic analysis of diallel cross. Plant and Soil Environ. 50 :162–167. Gunjaèa J

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., Georgiadis, S., Ligos, E., Mellidis, V., Sfakianakis, J. (2001): Analysis of diallel crosses among CIMMYT’s subtropical temperate and U.S. corn belt populations. Maydica , 46 , 47–52. Sfakianakis J

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14 47 50 Crumpacker, D.W., R.W. Allard., 1962. A diallel cross analysis of heading date in wheat. Hilgardia 326: 275

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. K., Sharma, S. N. 1995: Diallel analysis for combining ability for grain yield and its components in barley. Indian J. Genet. , 55 , 228-232. Diallel analysis for combining ability for grain yield and its components in

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The mixograph performs certain rheological measurements during dough mixing and is a good predictor of wheat end-use quality. The aim of this study was to determine the expression and the heritability of mixing characteristics measured with Mixsmart® software and some quality characteristics in hard red spring wheat parents and their F1 progeny. Six parents varying in midline peak time and envelope peak time were crossed in a half diallel design. Parents and progeny were planted in three different environments. General combining ability (GCA) was a significant source of variation for the measured characteristics, and parents differed widely in terms of GCA effects. Midline-development time, -peak integral and -peak time showed high narrow sense heritability. Envelope peak-integral and -tail width displayed high narrow sense heritability for some, but not all locations. High GCA:SCA (specific combining ability) ratios indicated the prevalence of additive gene effects for midline-development time, -peak integral and -peak time, indicating that these characteristics are largely genetically determined, and that selection for them should lead to genetic gain.

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46 47 Burow, D. M.-Coors, G. J. 1993. Diallel analysis Simulation. User’s Guide. Department of Botany. Louisiana State University. 1–32. Csősz, L

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