An additive-dominant model and parameters for biometric-genetic analysis of pair dissimilarity between genotypes have been developed. The analyzed dissimilarity metrics are presumed to be determined by the quantitative traits of plant lines and F1 hybrids obtained by diallel crossing. Relationships between dissimilarity parameters have been determined, and algorithms for estimating their use, in particular, for detecting the most heterozygous hybrids are suggested.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 25, 2011
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