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Table 3 Analysis of variance for yield and yield components across four populations

From: Genetic basis of heterosis for yield and yield components explored by QTL mapping across four genetic populations in upland cotton

Population Components of variationa Traitsb
FB BN BW LP SY LY
RIL V G 0.287 1.340 0.081 1.843 3944.200 638.499
V GE 0.000 0.000 0.020 0.000 0.002 0.001
V e 1.804 8.243 0.421 2.338 20,321.300 2956.910
H2 (%) 56.00 56.54 58.45 86.31 60.83 63.34
IF2 V G 0.347 1.775 0.154 1.062 10,632.730 1643.570
V GE 0.011 0.260 0.017 0.604 2385.370 479.871
V e 3.139 14.364 0.787 4.924 44,067.000 6421.440
H2 (%) 46.79 48.82 60.01 58.09 63.53 64.05
HSBCF1 V G 0.315 1.589 0.072 1.192 4952.399 785.839
V GE 0.130 0.744 0.027 0.199 147.787 4.376
V e 1.694 7.424 0.412 2.277 19,672.600 2875.500
H2 (%) 40.84 43.77 39.73 65.81 49.99 52.19
MARBCF1 V G 0.339 1.585 0.101 1.185 5590.720 835.094
V GE 0.240 0.938 0.031 0.038 1793.300 169.841
V e 3.390 14.863 0.824 4.549 44,491.400 5743.140
H2 (%) 41.20 43.11 47.65 67.21 48.19 52.34
  1. aVG genetic variance, VGE genotype × environment interaction variance, Ve error variance, H2 the broad-sense heritability
  2. bFB fruit branches per plant, BN boll numbers per plant, BW boll weight, LP lint percentage, SY seed cotton yield, LY lint yield