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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(7): 1167-1190
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.907.136


Non parametric Measures of Stability Compared as per BLUP and BLUE of Wheat Genotypes Evaluated in North Western Plains Zone of the Country
Ajay Verma* and G.P. Singh
ICAR-Indian Institute of Wheat & Barley Research, Post Bag # 158 Agrasain Marg, Karnal 132001 (Haryana), India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

Non parametric measures as per the BLUP values of original yield for first year, Sis measures identified G11, G10, G4 as stable genotypes. Corrected yield measures CSis selected G11, G12, G8 for stable performance. Values of NPi(s) identified G4, G10, G11as desirable genotypes. Association analysis among measures observed positive correlations of Sis, with others and of negative with CMR, Z1 and Z2. Positive relationships exhibited by CSis measures. Negative relationships of NPi(s) expressed with Z1 and Z2 only. Biplot analysis showed CMed& CMR expressed close affinity with SD, NPi(3), NPi(4) & Siswhereas CCV, CSD, NPi(1) associated with CSisalong with Z1. Based on BLUE’s of genotypes yield, measures SisfoundG4, G8, G12as suitable genotypes. CSis identified G4, G8, G11, G12, as opposed to G4, G5, G8, G11by measures NPi(s)measures. Positive correlations exhibited by Sis except of negative with CMR, Z1 and Z2. Measures CSis expressed highly significant indirect relationship with Z2 only. Negative relationships of NPi(s) had observed with Z2 only. CV expressed affinity with CMR, Si3, Si6, NPi(2), NPi(3) & NPi(4) whereas SD grouped with Si1, Si2, Si4, Si5, Si7 measures. BLUP’s of genotypes for second year of study seen, measures Sis settled forG1, G9, G13, G15 genotypes. While NPi(1) identified G9, G11,G14 and G15genotypes of stable performance. Measures CMR and Z2 showed negative correlations with Sis, and CSis, behaved in direct manner along with indirect to Z2.Negative relationships of NPi(s) exhibited with Z1 and Z2. CV along with CMR expressed affinity with, SD, CMed, NPi(2), NPi(3), NPi(4), Si3, Si5, Si6. Large cluster comprises of CCV, CSD, NPi(1), Si1, Si2, Si4, CSi1, CSi2, CSi3, CSi4, CSi5, CSi6, CSi7 and Z1measures. Sis non parametric while considering BLUE’s values of genotypes pointed towards G5, G9, G14 whereas G6,G9 by CSis values. .Wheat genotypes G5,G9, G14,G15 settled by least values of NPi(s) . Indirect relations with Z2 only exhibited by Sis measures. CSis maintained positive relationships. NPi(s)had positive relationships with others and negative relationships with Z2 only. Largest cluster consists of SD, CSD, CCV, NPi(1), Si1 , Si4, Si5 , Si7 , CSi1 ,CSi2 ,CSi3 ,CSi4 ,CSi5 ,CSi6 ,CSi7 measures.


Keywords: BLUP, BLUE, Si(s), CSi(s), NPi(s), Coefficient of concordance, Biplot analysis
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Ajay Verma and Singh, G.P. 2020. Non parametric Measures of Stability Compared as per BLUP and BLUE of Wheat Genotypes Evaluated in North Western Plains Zone of the Country.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(7): 1167-1190. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.907.136