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Table 4 Characteristics of the studied environments. Growing period, location and traits phenotyped for each DH population

From: Mapping QTL for spike fertility and related traits in two doubled haploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) populations

Env a Growing season Location DH population b Traits phenotyped c
E1 2012 EEA Pergamino B19xB2002 BP11xB2002 SDW, FF, SL, TS, FS, FFTS, FFFS, CN, CH, R, GLPA
E2 2013 EEA Pergamino B19xB2002 BP11xB2002 SDW, FF, SL, TS, FS, FFTS, FFFS, CN, CH, R, GLPA, GN, GW, GST
E3 2015 EEA Pergamino B19xB2002 BP11xB2002 SDW, FF, SL, TS, FS, FFTS, FFFS, CN, CH, R, GLPA, GN, GW, GST
E4 2015 EEA Marcos Juárez B19xB2002 BP11xB2002 CH, R, GLPA, GN, GW
E5 2016 EEA Pergamino B19xB2002 SDW, FF, SL, TS, FS, FFTS, FFFS, CN, CH, R, GLPA, GN, GW, GST
  1. a Environment. All were field conditions except for E5. E1: Pergamino 2012, E2: Pergamino 2013, E3: Pergamino 2015, E4: Marcos Juárez, E5: Pergamino 2016 summer greenhouse
  2. b BP11xB2002: Baguette Premium 11 × BioINTA 2002, B19xB2002: Baguette 19 × BioINTA 2002
  3. c SDW spike dry weight at anthesis, FF fertile florets per spike, SL spike length, TS total spikelets per spike, FS fertile spikelets per spike, FFTS fertile florets per total spikelet, FFFS fertile florets per fertile spikelet, CN compactness of the spike, CH chaff (no-grain spike dry weight at mattradurity), R rachis, GLPA glume + lemma + palea + awns, GN grain number per spike, GW grain weight, GST grain set