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Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1, 83 - 91, 11.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.748665

Abstract

References

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  • Atanassov, P., C. Borries, M. Zaharieva and P. Monneveux. 2001. Hordein polymorphism and variation of agromorphological traits in a collection of naked barley. Genet Resour Crop Evol. 48: 353-60.
  • Aytac, B. 2016. Determination of Nail tobacco line performance in different locations in Bafra. MSc Thesis, University of Ondokuz Mayis, Samsun, Turkey.
  • Bruck, H., C. Jureit, M. Hermann, A. Schulz and B. Sattelmacher. 2008. Effect of water and nitrogen supply on water use efficiency and carbon isotope discrimination in Edible Canna (Canna edulis Ker-Gawler). Plant Biology 3(4): 326-334.
  • Butorac, J., J. Beljo and J. Gunjaca. 2004. Study of inheritance of some agronomic and morphological traits in burley tobacco by graphic analysis of diallel cross. Plant, Soil and Environment 50(4): 162-167.
  • Celen, A.E., S. Ekren, V. Koparan and E. Ilker. 2016. The effects of different planting methods on tobacco quality yield and yield parameters. Proceeding of the Coresta Congress, Agronomy&Leaf Integrity and Phytopathology&Genetics; October 9-13; Berlin/Germany.
  • Crossa, J., P.N. Fox, W.H. Pfeiffer, S. Rajaram and H.G. Gauch. 1991. AMMI adjustment for statistical analysis of an international wheat yield trial. Theo. Applied Genet. 81: 27- 37.
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  • Camas, N., O. Caliskan, M.S. Odabas and A.K. Ayan. 2009. The effects of organic originated fertilizer doses on yield and quality of Esendal tobacco cultivar. Proceeding of the Turkey VIII. Field Crops Congress; October 19-22; Hatay, Turkey. p. 251-255.
  • Dehghani, H., A. Ebadi and A. Yousefi. 2006. Bioplot analysis of genotype by environment interaction for barley yield in Iran. Agron. J. 98: 388-393.
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  • Eberhart, S.A. and W.A. Russell. 1966. Stability parameters for comparing varieties. Crop Sci. 6(1): 36-40.
  • Ekren, S. and E. Ilker. 2017. The influence of clipping application on yield and some yield parameters of Aegean types tobaccos. Turk J Field Crops 22(2): 218-226.
  • Erdemci, I. 2018. Investigation of genotype x environment interaction in chickpea genotypes using AMMI and GGE biplot analysis. Turk J Field Crops 23(1): 20-26.
  • Esendal, E., A.K. Ayan, S. Aytac and N. Camas. 1997. Analysis of some characteristics of tobacco lines collected from Bafra population. Proceedings of the Turkey II. Field Crops Congress; September 22-25; Samsun, Turkey. p. 611-613.
  • Esendal, E., A.K. Ayan, S. Aytac and N. Camas. 2001. Analysis of some characteristics of tobacco lines collected from Bafra population. Proceedings of the Turkey IV. Field Crops Congress; September 17-21; Tekirdag, Turkey. 267-272.
  • Esendal, E., A.K. Ayan, S. Aytac, N. Camas and O. Caliskan. (2007). Analysis of properties of some tobacco lines from Bafra; Proceedings of the Turkey VII. Field Crops Congress; June 25-27; Erzurum, Turkey. p. 414-420.
  • Eser, M. 1994. A comparative study in respect of anatomy, morphology and mineral material content on the Bafra Örencik type of Nicotiana tabacum L. (Solonaceae) growing on plateau and slope area. Phd Thesis, University of Ondokuz Mayis, Samsun, Turkey.
  • Finlay, K.W and G.N. Wilkinson. 1963. The analysis of adaption in a plant breeding programme. Aust. Journal Agric. Res. 14(6): 742-754.
  • Francis, T.R and L.W. Kannenberg. 1978. Yield stability studies in short season maize. i: a descriptive method for grouping genotypes. Can. J. Plant Sci. 58(4): 1029-1034.
  • Gauch, H.G. 1988. Model selection and validation for yield trials with interaction. Biometr. 44(3): 705-715.
  • Gauch, H.G. 1992. Statistical analysis of regional yield trials: AMMI analysis of factorial designs. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Karpat, H. 1989. Studies on taxonomic characteristics of Samsun-Bafra tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) cultivars. Phd Thesis, University of Ondokuz Mayis, Samsun, Turkey.
  • Keser, M., N. Bolat, F. Altay, M.T. Cetinel, N. Colak and A.L. Sever. 1999. Use of some stability parameters in variety development studies. Cereals symposium, June 8-11, pp. 64- 69, Konya, Turkey.
  • Kinay, A. 2014. Yield and quality properties in some oriental tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) hybrids. Phd Thesis, University of Tokat Gaziosmanpasa, Samsun, Turkey.
  • Kinay, A. 2018. Effects of cadmium on nicotine, reducing sugar and phenolic contents of Basma tobacco variety. Fresenius Environmetal Bulletin 27(12A): 9195-9202.
  • Korubin-Aleksoska, A., J. Miceska and G. Aleksoski. 2014. Plant breeding for creation of late-maturing oriental tobacco genotypes. Тутун/Tobacco 64(1-6): 5-11.
  • Kurt, D. 2019. Genotype x environment interactions of Basma type tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) lines selected for superior characteristics. Phd Thesis, University of Ondokuz Mayis, Samsun, Turkey.
  • Leffingwell, J.C. 2001. Chemical constituents of tobacco leaf and differences among tobacco types. http://www.leffingwell.com/download/tobacco_chemistry.pd f. (Access Dec. 5 2019).
  • Manjunatha, T., IS. Bisht, K.V. Bhat and B.P. Singh. 2007. Genetic diversity in barley (Hordeum vulgare L. ssp. vulgare) landraces from Uttaranchal Himalaya of India. Genet. Resour. Crop Ev. 54: 55-65.
  • Mohammadi, M., R. Karimizadeh, N. Sabaghnia and M.K. Shefazadeh. 2012. Genotype x environment interaction and yield stablity analysis of new improved bread what genotypes. Turk J Field Crops 17(1): 67-73.
  • Mumtaz, A., D. Hussain, M. Saeed, M. Arshad and M.I. Yousaf. 2019. Stability and adaptability of sorghum hybrids elucidated with genotype-environment interaction biplots. Turk J Field Crops 24(2): 155-163.
  • Odabasoglu, M. 1994. Tobacco Chemistry. Samsun: Ondokuz Mayıs University Science Faculty Publications.
  • Peksuslu, A., C.O. Sabanci, R. Kucukozden and S. Sekin. 2002. Genotype x environment interactions and heritabilities of some important agronomic traits in tobacco. Proceeding of the II. Balkan Scientific Conference Quality and Efficiency of the Tobacco Production, Treatment and Processing; September; Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
  • Peksuslu, A., I. Yilmaz, A. Inal and H. Kartal. 2012. Tobacco Genotypes of Turkey. Journal of Aegean Agricultural Research Institute, Anadolu 22(2): 82-90.
  • Ramusino, M.C., B.S. Dattilo, A. Lucibello and S.G. Rossi. 1994. Determination of 25 low molecular weight carbohydrates in tobacco by high performance ion chromatography. Beiträge zur Tabakforschung International/Contributions to Tobacco Research 16(2): 77- 84.
  • Roemer, E., M.K. Schorp, J.J. Piadé, J.I. Seeman, D.E. Leyden and H.J. Haussmann. 2012. Scientific assessment of the use of sugars as cigarette tobacco ingredients: a review of published and other publicly available studies. Critical Reviews Toxicology 42(3): 244-278.
  • Romagosa, I and P.N. Fox. 1993. Genotype x environment interaction and adaptation. London: Hayward, M.D., Bosemark, N.O., Romagosa, I. (Eds.). Plant Breeding: Principles and Prospects; p. 373-390.
  • Sabanci, C.O. 1997. Methods used in stability analysis and stability parameters. Journal of Aegean Agricultural Research Institute, Anadolu 7(1): 75-90.
  • Sadeghi, S.M., H. Samizadeh, E. Amiri and M. Ashouri. 2011. Additive main effects and multiplicative interactions (ammi) analysis of dry leaf yield in tobacco hybrids across environments. African Journal of Biotechnology 10(21): 4358-4364.
  • Sayar, M.S., A.E. Anlarsal and M. Basbag. 2013. Genotypeenvironment interactions and stability analysis for dry-matter yield and seed yield in hungarian vetch (Vicia pannonica Crantz.). Turk J Field Crops 18(2): 238-246.
  • Sekin, S. 1979. Researches on some analysis methods in tobacco: chemical composition of Aegean tobacco and changes during fermentation. Associate professor thesis. Ege University, Izmir, Turkey.
  • Senbayram, M., S. Ekren and S. Sekin. 2005. Effects of ecological conditions and nutrients on oriental tobacco quality. Proceeding of the Workshop on Tobacco Farming and Problems in the Aegean Region; December 21; Izmir, Turkey.
  • Teich, A.H. 1983. Genotype-environment interaction variances in yield of winter wheat. Cereal Research Communication. 11(1): 15-20.
  • Topal, M and N. Yildiz. 2011. Examination of relationship among parametric and nonparametric stability estimation methods used in determintion of genotype×environment interaction. Anadolu J Agr Sci. 26(1): 10-23.
  • Usturali, A., R. Apti, H. Otan, G. Yazan and H. Sengul. 1998. Selection studies on Sarıbağlar subpopulation in the Aegean tobacco region. Journal of Aegean Agricultural Research Institute, Anadolu 8(1): 1-15.
  • Westcoff, B. 1987. A method of assessing the yield stability of crops. J. Agric. Sci. 108(2): 267-274.
  • Wu, Z., W.W. Weeks and R.C. Long. 1992. Contribution of neutral volatiles to flavor intensity of tobacco during smoking. J. Agric. Food. Chem. 40(10): 1917-1921.
  • Xia, B., M. Feng, G. Xu, J. Xu, S. Li, X. Chen, L. Ding and Y. Zhou. 2014. Investigation of the chemical compositions in tobacco of different origins and maturities at harvest by GCMS and HPLC-PDA-QTOF-MS. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62: 4979-4987.
  • Yan, W., P.L. Cornelius, J. Crossa and L.A. Hunt. 2001. Two types of GGE biplots for analyzing multi-environment trial data. Crop Sci. 41(3): 656-663.
  • Yazan, G. and A.S. Gencer. 2001. Determination of polyphenol compounds in Aegean region tobacco and investigation of their effects on smoke condensate. Proceedings of the Turkey IV. Field Crops Congress; September 17-21; Tekirdag, Turkey.
  • Zakova, M. and M. Benkova. 2006. Characterization of spring barley accessions based on multivariate analysis. Commun. Biom. Crop Sci. 1(2): 124-34.
  • Zeba, N. and M. Isbat. 2011. Multivariate analysis for yield and yield contributing traits in F0 and F1 generations in tobacco. Journal of Experimental Bioscience 2(1): 101-106.
  • Zencirci, N., V. Eser and I. Baran. 1990. An approach to comparison of some stability statistics. Ankara: Field Crops Central Research Institue Publications.
  • Zorba, T. 2008. A study on determination of tobacco cultivars and lines, best suited for Black Sea region and their expertise data. MSc Thesis, University of Ondokuz Mayıs, Samsun, Turkey.

STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES

Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1, 83 - 91, 11.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.748665

Abstract

Advanced pure lines, which are in different genetic and vegetative characteristics determined in a breeding program initiated in 2013, were included to the yield tests in the region before registration. Chemical and morphological variability and stability of 13 advanced pure tobacco lines and 2 standard varieties were determined in two different locations. The experimental layout was random blocks with three replications and the experiment was carried out in 2016 and 2017. Plant height values ranged from 85.25 to 156.71 cm, the number of leaves from 22.43 to 41.71 leaf plant-1 , leaf width ranged from 9.35 to 11.52 cm, leaf length from 17.36 to 21.89 cm, yield from 1371.9 to 1756.7 kg ha-1 , quality grade index from 67.33 to 81.58%, nicotine content from 1.02 to 1.98% and glucose content from 3.33 to 9.33%. The lines 16, 21, 26 and 45 were identified as strong variety candidates suitable for the region based on all the parameters and the statistical conditions examined. The use of biplots that the environments were distributed on axes, enabled to make location-based variety recommendations. The biplot graph based on environment and genotype interaction was used in the recommedations of tobacco variety for each location.

References

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  • Sadeghi, S.M., H. Samizadeh, E. Amiri and M. Ashouri. 2011. Additive main effects and multiplicative interactions (ammi) analysis of dry leaf yield in tobacco hybrids across environments. African Journal of Biotechnology 10(21): 4358-4364.
  • Sayar, M.S., A.E. Anlarsal and M. Basbag. 2013. Genotypeenvironment interactions and stability analysis for dry-matter yield and seed yield in hungarian vetch (Vicia pannonica Crantz.). Turk J Field Crops 18(2): 238-246.
  • Sekin, S. 1979. Researches on some analysis methods in tobacco: chemical composition of Aegean tobacco and changes during fermentation. Associate professor thesis. Ege University, Izmir, Turkey.
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  • Topal, M and N. Yildiz. 2011. Examination of relationship among parametric and nonparametric stability estimation methods used in determintion of genotype×environment interaction. Anadolu J Agr Sci. 26(1): 10-23.
  • Usturali, A., R. Apti, H. Otan, G. Yazan and H. Sengul. 1998. Selection studies on Sarıbağlar subpopulation in the Aegean tobacco region. Journal of Aegean Agricultural Research Institute, Anadolu 8(1): 1-15.
  • Westcoff, B. 1987. A method of assessing the yield stability of crops. J. Agric. Sci. 108(2): 267-274.
  • Wu, Z., W.W. Weeks and R.C. Long. 1992. Contribution of neutral volatiles to flavor intensity of tobacco during smoking. J. Agric. Food. Chem. 40(10): 1917-1921.
  • Xia, B., M. Feng, G. Xu, J. Xu, S. Li, X. Chen, L. Ding and Y. Zhou. 2014. Investigation of the chemical compositions in tobacco of different origins and maturities at harvest by GCMS and HPLC-PDA-QTOF-MS. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62: 4979-4987.
  • Yan, W., P.L. Cornelius, J. Crossa and L.A. Hunt. 2001. Two types of GGE biplots for analyzing multi-environment trial data. Crop Sci. 41(3): 656-663.
  • Yazan, G. and A.S. Gencer. 2001. Determination of polyphenol compounds in Aegean region tobacco and investigation of their effects on smoke condensate. Proceedings of the Turkey IV. Field Crops Congress; September 17-21; Tekirdag, Turkey.
  • Zakova, M. and M. Benkova. 2006. Characterization of spring barley accessions based on multivariate analysis. Commun. Biom. Crop Sci. 1(2): 124-34.
  • Zeba, N. and M. Isbat. 2011. Multivariate analysis for yield and yield contributing traits in F0 and F1 generations in tobacco. Journal of Experimental Bioscience 2(1): 101-106.
  • Zencirci, N., V. Eser and I. Baran. 1990. An approach to comparison of some stability statistics. Ankara: Field Crops Central Research Institue Publications.
  • Zorba, T. 2008. A study on determination of tobacco cultivars and lines, best suited for Black Sea region and their expertise data. MSc Thesis, University of Ondokuz Mayıs, Samsun, Turkey.

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Journal Section Articles
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Dursun KURT> (Primary Author)
Ondokuz Mayıs University, Vocational School of Bafra, Department of Plant and Animal Production, Samsun, TURKEY
0000-0001-6697-3954
Türkiye

Publication Date June 11, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1

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APA Kurt, D. (2020). STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops , 25 (1) , 83-91 . DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.748665
MLA Kurt, D. "STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES" . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 (2020 ): 83-91 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjfc/issue/54900/748665>
Chicago Kurt, D. "STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 (2020 ): 83-91
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ISNAD Kurt, Dursun . "STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 / 1 (June 2020): 83-91 . https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.748665
AMA Kurt D. STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2020; 25(1): 83-91.
Vancouver Kurt D. STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2020; 25(1): 83-91.
IEEE D. Kurt , "STABILITY ANALYSES FOR INTERPRETING GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION OF SELECTED ORIENTAL TOBACCO LANDRACES", Turkish Journal Of Field Crops, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 83-91, Jun. 2020, doi:10.17557/tjfc.748665