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Genetic Divergence Study of Durum Wheat (Triticum durum Desf) Genotypes Grown in Tigray, Ethiopia
International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics
In any crop improvement program, the presence of genetic divergence is an important entry point for selection and hybridization. A trial was executed using twenty durum wheat genotypes with the objective of determining the genetic divergence and trait variability in durum wheat genotypes. The study was carried out in Ofla district, Tigray during the 2014 cropping season using a randomized complete block design. The inter-cluster distance of the twenty durum wheat genotypes ranges from 0.57536doi:10.3923/ijpbg.2015.269.274 fatcat:kwc7cwl6srh3natioq6o35zfhq