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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding

26/12/2019  Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ∙ ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs

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26/12/2019  The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. Ewing PM(1), Runck BC(2), Kono TYJ(3), Kantar MB(4). Author information: (1)Department of Crop, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, United States of America. (2)GEMS Agroinformatics Initiative, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, United States of America. (3)Minnesota Supercomputing

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding

The home field advantage of modern plant breeding Patrick M. Ewing1, Bryan C. Runck2, Thomas Y. J. Kono ID 3, Michael B. Kantar ID 4* 1 Department of Crop, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, United States of America, 2 GEMS Agroinformatics Initiative, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, United

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26/12/2019  PDF Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains. Breeders generally select for broadly- and reliably-performing... Find, read and cite all the research you ...

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Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ∙ ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs may ...

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Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs may ...

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. Authors: Patrick M Ewing Bryan C Runck Thomas Y J Kono Michael B Kantar. PLoS One 2019 26;14(12):e0227079. Epub 2019 Dec 26. Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Science, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, United States of America. Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains.

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains. Breeders generally select for broadly- and reliably-performing varieties that display little genotype-by-environment interaction (GxE). In contrast, ecological theory predicts that across environments that vary spatially or temporally, the most productive ...

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. 2019 Patrick M. Ewing; Bryan C. Runck; Thomas Y. J. Kono; Michael B. Kantar; Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains. Breeders generally select for broadly- and reliably-performing varieties that display little genotype-by-environment interaction (GxE). In contrast, ecological theory predicts that

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. ... Varieties displayed a large "home field advantage" when growing in the location of best performance relative to other varieties. Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ∙ ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. PMID: 31877180 (view PubMed database entry) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0227079 (read at publisher's website ) PMCID: PMC6932805 (free full text version available) Download PDF. Patrick M Ewing, Bryan C Runck, Thomas Y J Kono, Michael B Kantar, Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains. Breeders generally ...

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Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ∙ ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs may ...

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Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs may ...

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. Authors: Patrick M Ewing Bryan C Runck Thomas Y J Kono Michael B Kantar. PLoS One 2019 26;14(12):e0227079. Epub 2019 Dec 26. Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Science, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, United States of America. Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains.

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. PMID: 31877180 (view PubMed database entry) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0227079 (read at publisher's website ) PMCID: PMC6932805 (free full text version available) Download PDF. Patrick M Ewing, Bryan C Runck, Thomas Y J Kono, Michael B Kantar, Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains. Breeders generally ...

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. Patrick M Ewing. Bryan C Runck. Thomas Y J Kono [0] Michael B Kantar [0] PloS one, 2019. Cited by: 0 Views 5. WOS. Abstract: Since the mid-20th century, crop breeding has driven unprecedented yield gains. Breeders generally select for broadly- and reliably-performing varieties that display little genotype-by-environment interaction (GxE). In ...

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding.

Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ∙ ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs may ...

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The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. Patrick M. Ewing, Bryan C. Runck, Thomas Y.J. Kono, Michael B. Kantar. GEMS Informatics; Minnesota Supercomputing Institute; Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review. 2 Scopus citations. Overview; Fingerprint; Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of 'The home field advantage of modern plant breeding'. Together ...

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Home field advantage accounted for 19% of GxE and provided a yield increase of 1.01 ± 0.04 Mg ∙ ha-1 (7.6% relative to mean yield), yet was both smaller than predicted by a null model and unchanged across time. This counterfactual suggests that commercial breeding programs have missed an opportunity to further increase yields by leveraging local adaptation. Public breeding programs may ...

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13/05/2019  PLOS ONE The home field advantage of modern plant breeding. December 26, 2019 Patrick M. Ewing, Bryan C. Runck, Thomas Y. J. Kono, Michael B. Kantar. Image credit. jpp05, CC0. PLOS ONE Lowbush blueberry fruit yield and growth response to inorganic and organic N-fertilization when competing with two common weed species. December 26, 2019 Charles Marty, Josée-Anne

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Conventional plant breeding has evolved into a molecular breeding and these modern breeding methods have enhanced the pace of crop improvement work. Plant breeders now use molecular and genetic techniques to selectively identify phenotypes and genotypes that are associated with traits of interest. Such functional genomics studies help plant breeders efficiently utilize the germplasm.

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