Idrizi, Xhezair and Elezi, Merije and Durmishi, Namik and Fejzullai, Fejzullah and Ferati, Ismail (2018) THE PRODUCTION OF BEANS’ FEATURE WHICH IS INFLUENCED BY THE ENVIRONMENT. International Journal of Food Technology and Nutrition, 1 (1-2). pp. 24-26. ISSN 2671-3071

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The production is a complex feature of the result of many functions of plant growth, and its quantitative feature, which is heavily influenced by the environment. Environmental effects may be different. Thus, the output can change for the same population from one environment to another. The supremacy of one population compared to other populations, the potential is estimated in the framework of manufacturing and of other indicators of desirable agronomics. Production capacity, as all other quantitative features can be measured and presented with a continuous variability around an average value, where the variability between all values is continued. For this reason, the production capacity can be called a continuing feature. Recently many researches have been made regarding the legacy of elements of the production; the results obtained should not be considered as final, partly due to phenotypic plasticity of these traits. It should be emphasized that the production is base target for each genetic improvement program of beans, because they pose the interests of its cultivation. For the studied populations turns out a considerable genetic variation for producing. And the production values for plant from one population to another vary, ranking from 113 to 540 gr / plant. Even this feature variance is the largest 20034.23 significant indicator of genetic diversity that exists among the populations studied. Based on these values, we can say that it will serve as source of populations where genetically are used various programs for improving the genetics of the production

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics > School of Engineering Sciences
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Date Deposited: 05 Jun 2019 08:31
Last Modified: 05 Jun 2019 08:31

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