Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2019)
Statistical analysis of yield components in the genotypes of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
Author(s): FM Ali Haydar, Md Shabudden Ahamed, M Mohiuddin, AB Siddique, M Nasiruddin
Abstract: Twenty-four genotypes of wheat have shown important variations in yield and other features that contribute to yield. The number of spikelets/spike and weight of 1000 grain showed an elevated genotypic coefficient of variability and heritability with a large proportion of mean genetic progress. The amount of tillers / m2 with the amount of spikes / m2 and the amount of tillers / plant with the amount of tillers / m2 was discovered to be significantly positive. Number of spikes / m2, number of spikelets / spike and weight of 1000 grain seemed to be the efficient yield enhancement criteria. The largest amounts of genotypes were found in clusters III and V (6). The maximum inter-cluster distance was observed between clusters III and V (18,689) and the largest intra-cluster distance was recorded in cluster I (2,847) and broad variation range was also noted for the characters studied in cluster mean results.