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Studies On Adaptability Of Advanced Generations Of Wild And Cultivated Tomato Crosses In A Humid Environment
Breeding for tomatoes that will adapt in humid environments associated with high rainfall, temperature and humidity was the aim of this research. Four tomato parents; Roma (R), Wild (W), Local (L), Tropica (T) and three advanced crosses between the Wild and other parents (R x W, L x W, and T x W) were evaluated for agronomic traits performance in the Department of Crop Science, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria. The field experimental design used was randomized complete block design. The results of the principal component analysis across the six advanced generations (F7 - F12) revealed that sum of the variations captured in principal components 1 and 2 ranged from 79.14% to 99.49 %.
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