Genotype environment interaction and stability for yield and its components in advanced breeding lines of red rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Keywords:AMMI model, Eberhart and Russel Model, GGE biplot analysis, Rice, Yield stability
Effects of genotype, environment and their interaction for grain yield and yield attributing characters in 20 advanced breeding lines of rice across six environments was investigated. Yield stability and adaptability of yield performance were analyzed by Eberhart and Russel model and (GGE) bi-plot. The AMMI analysis of variance indicated that mean squares due to genotypes, location and genotype location contributed per cent 59.08, 5.79 and 21.63, respectively for total variability in grain yield per hectare. Estimates of GGE bi-plot revealed that the lines G1, G3, G11, G13, G15, G12, G16, G7 and G10 were positioned near GGL bi-plot origin indicating wider adaptation for the trait grain yield per hectare. Eberhart and Russel Model and GGE biplot model showed the advanced breeding lines viz., JB 1-11-7 (G1) and JA 6-2 (G15) exhibited wider adaptability across the tested environments for number of productive tillers per plant and yield per hectare.
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