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In Nigeria and the rest of the world, wheat receives exceptional attention because of the critical role it plays in satisfying human and livestock nutritional needs. However, the productivity of the crop in the wheatproducing belt of Nigeria has been limited by adverse environmental conditions which may be tied to climate change. This paper was conducted to show the genetic variableness and inter-character association within the wheat crops in the Southwestern Nigeria environment ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.6406256 fatcat:vj5qznqodzdcxnu4d6ut2szwke