Illustrated flora of Saghalien. III. Papaveraceae - by Sugawara S.

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Sugawara S. Illustrated vegetation of Saghalien. III. Papaveraceae - Cornaceae, 1939

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The total phenotypic variance is VP VA VD VAE VDE Ve . Covariance Components and Correlation Unbiased estimation of covariances s u / u between two traits (y 1 and y 2 ) can be obtained by MINQUE(1) approaches (Zhu, 1992; Zhu and Weir, 1996): tr Q(1 )Vu Q(1 )Vv s$ u / u y 1T Q(1 )Vu Q(1 ) y 2 When experimental covariances (s u / u ) are estimated, genetic covariance components can be obtained by C A 2s A/ A , C D s D / D , C AE 2s AE / AE , C DE s DE / DE , and C e s e / e . The total phenotypic covariance is C P C A C D C AE C DE C e .

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