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Articles by Mohammad Reza Bihamta
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mohammad Reza Bihamta
  Shahram Bahrami , Mohammad Reza Bihamta , Mohammad Salari , Mahmoud Soluki , Ahmad Ghanbari , Abbass Ali Vahabi Sadehi and Ali Kazemipour
  In order to evaluate the stability, the adaptation and the highest yield, 20 hulless barley genotypes were tested in a thrice replicated randomized complete block design at six locations for two seasons, 2002-2004 in Iran. Simple and Compound analyses of variances indicated significant differences among genotypes. Determining the stability of genotypes, various analyses was RUN: environmental coefficient of variation, Eberhart and Russell`s, Finlay and Wilkinson`s and Perkins and Jinks`s regression methods, equivalence of Wrick, stability variance of Shukla, Lin and Binn`s years within location mean squares method, the years within location environmental coefficient of variation, the average and deviation from rank and yield index ratio. Based on the results, ICN93-328 and Aleli/4/mola2 were stable genotypes and Gloria was for lower yielding areas.
  Amir Ali Khalatbari , Mohammad Reza Bihamta and Amir Mahdi Khalatbari
  The objective of present study to evaluate the performance and resistance of a group of inbred lines selected under managed drought stress; to determine proper indices, those criteria with high correlation to yield and to apply practical analyses for superior genotypes based on the traits. In this research 30 inbred lines of corn were evaluated in field. Significant differences were observed among the Inbred lines for most traits in either stress or non-stress conditions. Most traits were negatively affected by drought stress, the highest reduction being observed in grain yield. The results of stepwise regression analysis showed that traits such as days to tassel initiation and days to pollination in non-stress condition could be used as desirable criteria for yield improvement. Under drought stress, traits such as number of ear per plant, number of rows per ear and number of seeds per row could be desirable criteria for yield improvement. Among the drought resistance indices, Mean Productivity (MP), Geometric Mean Productivity (GMP) and Stress Tolerance Index (STI) were the most suitable ones for drought resistance selection.
 
 
 
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