Determination of morphological variability of different pisum genotypes using principal component analysis

DOI: 10.18805/LR-438    | Article Id: LR-438 | Page : 162-167
Citation :- Determination of morphological variability of different pisum genotypes using principal component analysis.Legume Research-An International Journal.2019.(42):162-167
Fatih Hanci and Esra Cebeci tanerfatih@gmail.com
Address : Erciyes University, Faculty of Agriculture, Kayseri, Turkey
Submitted Date : 29-06-2018
Accepted Date : 6-09-2018

Abstract

The aim of the study was to evaluate the variation among some Pisum genotypes using principal component analysis technique. The plant material covering wild pea accessions (Pisum fulvum L., P. abyssinicum L., P. sativum var. elatius), local varieties (P. sativum var. sativum L. and P. sativum var. arvense L.) and two commercial varieties were evaluated for 50 morphological traits. According to results, the first eleven principal component with Eigenvalues >1 contributed % 96.95 of the variability. The percentages of cumulative variation accounted for by each of the four principal component are 33.14%, 48.72%, 58.65%, and 66.88% respectively. Based on the principal coordinate analysis, five major groups were formed. In general, the diagram represented an obvious division between taxonomic groups except for P. sativum var. sativum and P. sativum var. arvense accessions.

Keywords

Characterization Eigenvalue Pea Pisum

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