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List of Reports: Agricultural / Horticultural Studies

Report1.497 Words / ~8 pages Universität Kassel A REPORT ON GENOTYPE BY ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION (G X E) 1. INTRODUCTION 2. INTERPRETATIO­N OF G X E 3. FACTORS RELATED TO G X E 4. MODELS TO MEASURE G X E 5. CONCLUSION REFERENCES 1. INTRODUCTION Genotype by Environment interaction (G X E) may be defined as the different performance of genotypes under different environmental condition (Falconer and Mackay, 1996). In simple words, it means that a breed perform best in one environment may not be the best in another environment. The environment could be defined by country, region, climate, type of management or type of nutrition. Genotype can refer to breeds, crossbreeds or individual within a breed (Misztal and Lovendahl, 2012). The importance of the study of G X E specially in breeding strategy is to calculate the genetic values more precisely and develop the breeding programme (Steinheim…[show more]
Report1.168 Words / ~2 pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU Stolen Harvest - hard facts Industrial agriculture is not necessary to grow more food and reduce hunger, it doesn´t save any resources, that´s just a myth The theft of nature began with the globalization and the WTO, which legalized the dumping of genetically engineered food, while criminalizing actions to protect the biological and cultural diversity It is the goal of chemical companies to control agriculture through patents, genetic engineering and merges Seed patent laws are one way in which resources of the third world poor are stolen to generate profits for giant corporations India´s edible oil economy was substituted by the imposition of soybean oil and their livelihoods and traditional food culture was dangered Even if in the Bengal famine more than 3.5 million people starved to death food grains were exported for…[show more]
Report6.346 Words / ~32 pages IUT Seine saint denis Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Tours Département Technique de Commercialisa­tion Orientation Agro-Alimenta­ire Rapport de Production Végétale: L’oignon 1 Classificatio­n et caractéristiq­ues de l’oignon : 1.1 Description botanique : 1.2 Les différentes variétés et caractéristiq­ues de l’oignon : 1.3 Le cycle de développement et les étapes de production 2 Les méthodes de production de l’Oignon : 2.1 Trois voies pour produire l’oignon : 2.1.1 Production d’oignon à partir d’une plantation de bulbilles : 2.1.2 Production d’oignon à partir d’un repiquage de plants : 2.1.3 Production d’oignon à partir d’un semis de graines : 2.2 Étude complète des trois modes de production : 2.2.1 Première méthode : avec plantation de Bulbilles : 2.2.2 Deuxième méthode : à partir d’un semis 2.2.3 Troisième méthode : produire l’oignon…[show more]






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