Phaseolus vulgaris L.

Adaptability and phenotypic stability of common bean genotypes through Bayesian inference

A. M. Corrêa, Teodoro, P. E., Gonçalves, M. C., Barroso, L. M. A., Nascimento, M., Santos, A., Torres, F. E., Corrêa, A. M., Teodoro, P. E., Gonçalves, M. C., Barroso, L. M. A., Nascimento, M., Santos, A., Torres, F. E., Corrêa, A. M., Teodoro, P. E., Gonçalves, M. C., Barroso, L. M. A., Nascimento, M., Santos, A., and Torres, F. E., Adaptability and phenotypic stability of common bean genotypes through Bayesian inference, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

This study used Bayesian inference to investigate the genotype x environment interaction in common bean grown in Mato Grosso do Sul State, and it also evaluated the efficiency of using informative and minimally informative a priori distributions. Six trials were conducted in randomized blocks, and the grain yield of 13 common bean genotypes was assessed.

Effect of generations and environments in the analysis of a partial diallel to improve bean earliness

N. M. Vale, Barili, L. D., Souza, M. H., Moura, L. M. M., Carneiro, J. E. S., Carneiro, P. C., and Silva, F. L., Effect of generations and environments in the analysis of a partial diallel to improve bean earliness, vol. 14, pp. 8219-8228, 2015.

The objective of this study was to select genitors based on F1 and F2 generations, evaluated in different environments, to obtain segregating populations for the identification of strains showing improved earliness, yield, and carioca-type grains. Nine bean strains were crossed in a partial diallel scheme (4 x 5), in which group 1 included 4 strains with early cycles and group 2 included 5 elite strains. The F1 and F2 generations and the genitors were assessed in Coimbra and Viçosa in randomized blocks with 3 replications.

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