THE DETERMINATION OF SOME GENOTYPIC AND PHENOTYPIC PARAMETERS FOR CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SOME BEAN GENOTYPES
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This study was conducted in producer fields in Central Anatolia Region in 2009-2012. Ten different genotypes were used as planting material. Trials were conducted in the randomized blocks design with four replications. The objective of the study was to determine the genotypic and phenotypic parameters for chemical compositions of bean genotypes with respect to yield and several quality aspects. Quality data were analyzed for each genotype. Consequently, a substantial variation was observed for all analyzed characteristics. Phenotypic and genotypic variances were observed for higher water uptake and lower calcium content. Therefore, the environmental variation was the highest for water uptake ratio and the lowest for phosphorus and copper content. Average genetic gain was the highest for crude oil content with 51.18% where it was the lowest for copper content with 17.89%.