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The AMMI model, which considers the variance analysis for effects of genotype and environment, was used and an analysis of major components for the GEI was applied (Gollob, 1968; Gauch and Zobel, 1988; Vargas and Crossa, 2000).
Italian ones are labelled "Crossa" and the stone oven offerings are "Al Forno." The terms are Italian for, respectively, "crisp" and "from the oven."
There are good weather conditions for tourism in the western mountains but in the central Bulgarian mountains the weather is bad, theA Red Crossa Mountain Rescue Service (MRC) announced.At Botev Peak the temperature is 3A[degrees]C, there is fog.
These include Wricke's ecovalence (1962), Finlay and Wilkinson (1963) regression, Eberhart and Russell (1966) stability model, Pinthus (1973) genotypic value and Crossa et al.
EX-COACH CROSSA IS NOW THE HEED MAN I WILL let you into a little secret.
No entanto, esta metodologia e dependente do calculo das medidas de dissimilaridade provenientes de inumeras variaveis quantitativas e/ou qualitativas (CROSSA & FRANCO, 2004).
De acordo com o numero otimo de grupos, a classificacao hierarquica foi obtida pelo metodo de Ward, que fornece os parametros necessarios para implementar o passo final do modelo MLM (CROSSA; FRANCO, 2004).
Two types of models are defined as being suitable for grouping sites within which there is negligible COI (Crossa et al., 2002): the shifted multiplicative model (SHMM) by Seyedsadr and Cornelius (1992) and the sites regression model (SREG) by Cornelius et al.
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The weather will remain favourable for mountain tourism until midday, while in the afternoon it will deteriorate, the Red Crossa Mountain Rescue Service (MRS) reported.Temperatures vary between 13 and 22 degrees.
The identification of sub-populations within wheat genotypes to reduce spurious association for association mapping studies has been highlighted by many researchers (Breseghello and Sorrells 2006; Crossa et al.2007; Yao et al.