International Journal of Agronomy / 2011 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Evaluation of Genotype Diversity in Oat Germplasm and Definition of Ideotypes Adapted to the Mediterranean Environment

Table 5

Most divergent populations according to variation along with the first and the second principal components.

CharacterHigh seed yield populationLow seed yield population
CW 0002/58FulviaGenzianaMosty × 885.263Rhea × PeniarthTerra

HT (days from 1 April)183430454544
MT (days from 1 April)787878848484
FP (days)604448393940
FOS (% d.w.)5.22.41.32.13.31.7
PH (cm)120130130140150140
SY (g m−2)520470554150244184
HI (%)2938431385
ST (kg hL−1)384146485250
NP/m2 (no. m−2)545448606060
NPa/m2 (no. m−2)540882768456438570
SW/Pa (g)2.02.03.01.00.30.4
NS/Pa (no.)9175100812022
TSW (g)312831141415

HT: days to heading, MT: days to maturity, FP: filling period, FOS: FOS content, PH: plant height, SY: seed yield, HI: harvest index, ST: seed test, NP/m2: number of plants per m2, NPa/m2: number of panicles per m2, SW/Pa: seed weight per panicle, NS/Pa: number of seeds per panicle, TSW: thousand seed weight.

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