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MAIZE (ZEA MAYS L.) HYBRIDS GENETIC DIVERSITY BY CLUSTER ANALYSIS AND PRINCIPAL COORDINATE

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 STUDY OF GENETIC DIVERSITY IS USEFUL FOR BREEDING PROGRAMS, HENCE PRODUCTION OF MORE FAVORABLE PLANT SPECIES. ACCORDINGLY, THE MOST 13 MAIZE HYBRIDS WERE SELECTED, CULTIVATION AND ANALYZED FOR GENETIC DIVERSITY. THIS EXPERIMENT PERFORMED WITH 13 MAIZE HYBRIDS AS A RANDOMIZED COMPLETE BLOCK DESIGN WITH 3 REPLICATIONS. ALL TRAITS WERE STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT AMONG DIFFERENT HYBRIDS. CLUSTER ANALYSIS BASED ON EUCLIDEAN DISTANCE AND UPGMA METHOD, CATEGORIZED THE HYBRIDS INTO FIVE GROUPS WITH 81 COPHENETIC COFFICENT. THE HIGHEST AND LOWEST GENETIC DISTANCE WAS BETWEEN. BASED ON PRINCIPAL COORDINATE ANALYSIS, THE FIRST TWO COMPONENTS JUSTIFIED 80% OF VARIATION . WE WISH THAT GENETIC VARIATION IN THIS STUDY WILL BE USED IN FUTURE BREEDING PROGRAMS.

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