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of or relating to or constituting a genotype

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After undergoing severe interplant competition and environmental stress, promising plants were selected and intercrossed to initiate subsequent cycles of recurrent phenotypic and genotypic selection.
Genotypic selection included extensive evaluation of single-plant progenies in closely-mowed turf trials and spaced-plant nurseries.
Progenies of intercrosses among the best performing plants were subjected to varying numbers of cycles of phenotypic and genotypic selection, depending on their date of collection.
Perennial ryegrass plants selected from `Premier' and experimental populations with common parentage (2) were subjected to additional cycles of phenotypic and genotypic selection in greenhouse disease screening tests, spaced-plant nurseries, and turf trials located in central New Jersey.
Intercrosses of the best performing plants were subjected to varying numbers of cycles of phenotypic and genotypic selection.
Intercrosses of the best performing plants were subjected to numerous cycles of phenotypic and genotypic selection.
New opportunities to use genotypic selection, or combinations of genotypic and phenotypic selection, to increase yield potentials are emerging at an ever-increasing pace.