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dc.contributor.authorAyiecho, PO
dc.contributor.authorJain, SK
dc.identifier.citationEast African Agricultural and Forestry Journal : v. 55(3) p. 147-158en
dc.description.abstractA study was carried out to identify potentially useful quantitative predictors of grain amaranth yield. Plant height and seed weight measurement, harvest index, threshing percentage, seed yield: height ration, and days to flowering were assessed for their influence on seed yield per plant using simple correlations, multiple regression and path - coefficient analysis. Two heterogeneous grain amaranth populations namely UC87 (Amaranthus Cruentus) and UC99 (A. hypochondriacus) were studied. Results are discusseden
dc.publisherUniversity of Nairobien
dc.titleA regression and path analysis of yield related traits in two populations of grain amaranthsen
local.publisherDepartment of Crop Scienceen

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