2018
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-053620180218 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The genetic divergence of melon genotypes belonging to momordica group, collected in five Brazilian States, was estimated, and the relative contribution of the morphological characters was determined for the genetic variability. The experimental design was randomized blocks, with four replicates. We evaluated 19 accessions of melon, momordica group, two accessions of cantaloupensis group and two commercial cultivars of inodorus group. These genotypes were characterized by 42 morphological descriptors. The data… Show more

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“…Nevertheless, it was considered a relevant attribute and cannot be eliminated because this would change group distribution. Valadares et al (2018) studied genetic divergence in melon accessions belonging to the Momordica group and found that TSS was one of the traits that accounted most for the divergence (17.60%), corroborating with results presented.…”
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“…Nevertheless, it was considered a relevant attribute and cannot be eliminated because this would change group distribution. Valadares et al (2018) studied genetic divergence in melon accessions belonging to the Momordica group and found that TSS was one of the traits that accounted most for the divergence (17.60%), corroborating with results presented.…”
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“…The use of different clustering methods results in greater efficiency in determining genetic diversity (Valadares et al, 2018). Thus, a third methodology was applied in order to guarantee genetic variability between melon accessions (Figure 2).…”
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