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Application of BLUP-GGE in growth variation analysis in southern-type Populus deltoides seedlings in different climatic regions

(2022) FORESTS. 13(12).
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In the present study, using the BLUP-GGE approach, southern-type (ST) Populus deltoides genotypes were analyzed and evaluated, and variations in growth traits, seedling height (H), and ground diameter (GD) were studied in various climatic regions, which could facilitate the increase of the breeding range of ST. The test materials were 119 one-year-old ST genotypes, and the test sites were Ningyang (NY) and Hainan (HN). A linear mixed-effects model was constructed, and the BLUP values of H and GD were obtained using the linear unbiased prediction (BLUP) method. GGE-Biplots were generated. The H variation was greater than the GD variation. The effects of environment, block, and genotype-environment interaction (GxE) were highly significant. The goodness of fit of the GGE-Biplots obtained by extracting the BLUP values was >95%. According to the GGE-biplot results, the performance of each genotype varied considerably. The genotype No. 13 had the highest average GD and the highest average H. In NY, the genotypes No. 93 and 115 had the highest H and GD, and in HN, the genotype No. 9 had the highest H and GD. ST had a better second-year survival rate in NY than in HN. The hybridization of tropical Populus deltoides can be performed using the No. 13 and 117 genotypes, which grow rapidly and have high yields.
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genotype and environment interaction, BLUP-GGE, genotype selection, southern-type Populus deltoides, BIPLOT ANALYSIS, AMMI, PROVENANCES

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Li, Zhenghong, et al. “Application of BLUP-GGE in Growth Variation Analysis in Southern-Type Populus Deltoides Seedlings in Different Climatic Regions.” FORESTS, vol. 13, no. 12, 2022, doi:10.3390/f13122120.
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Li, Z., Liu, N., Zhang, W., Dong, Y., Ding, M., Huang, Q., … Su, X. (2022). Application of BLUP-GGE in growth variation analysis in southern-type Populus deltoides seedlings in different climatic regions. FORESTS, 13(12). https://doi.org/10.3390/f13122120
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Li, Zhenghong, Ning Liu, Weixi Zhang, Yufeng Dong, Mi Ding, Qinjun Huang, Changjun Ding, and Xiaohua Su. 2022. “Application of BLUP-GGE in Growth Variation Analysis in Southern-Type Populus Deltoides Seedlings in Different Climatic Regions.” FORESTS 13 (12). https://doi.org/10.3390/f13122120.
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Li, Zhenghong, Ning Liu, Weixi Zhang, Yufeng Dong, Mi Ding, Qinjun Huang, Changjun Ding, and Xiaohua Su. 2022. “Application of BLUP-GGE in Growth Variation Analysis in Southern-Type Populus Deltoides Seedlings in Different Climatic Regions.” FORESTS 13 (12). doi:10.3390/f13122120.
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Li Z, Liu N, Zhang W, Dong Y, Ding M, Huang Q, et al. Application of BLUP-GGE in growth variation analysis in southern-type Populus deltoides seedlings in different climatic regions. FORESTS. 2022;13(12).
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Z. Li et al., “Application of BLUP-GGE in growth variation analysis in southern-type Populus deltoides seedlings in different climatic regions,” FORESTS, vol. 13, no. 12, 2022.
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