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Table 4 LSR method of multiple comparison for the effects of Vrn-B1 combined with Vrn-D1

From: Interactive effects of multiple vernalization (Vrn-1)- and photoperiod (Ppd-1)-related genes on the growth habit of bread wheat and their association with heading and flowering time

Types N HD_14_SQ HD_15_SQ HD_14_ZMD HD_15_ZMD HD_14_ZZ HD_15_ZZ HD_average
vrn-B1 + vrn-D1 125 183.1 ± 2.3(a) 188.5 ± 2.2(a) 172.2 ± 1.6(a) 159.1 ± 1.3(a) 181.8 ± 1.3(a) 188.7 ± 2.5(a) 178.9 ± 10.7(a)
Vrn-B1a + vrn-D1 5 179.1 ± 0.8(bc) 184.6 ± 0.8(bc) 171.2 ± 0.4(ab) 157.8 ± 0.5(ab) 178.6 ± 0.8(bc) 184.4 ± 1.6(bc) 175.9 ± 9.5(a)
Vrn-B1b + vrn-D1 4 177.5 ± 1.9(c) 182.5 ± 0.7(c) 170.0 ± 1.1(b) 156.7 ± 2.0(b) 177.3 ± 1.1(c) 181.7 ± 1.6(c) 174.3 ± 9.1(a)
vrn-B1 + Vrn-D1a 47 181.2 ± 3.2(ab) 186.5 ± 2.6(ab) 171.5 ± 1.3(ab) 158.8 ± 1.4(a) 179.8 ± 1.8(ab) 186.1 ± 2.6(ab) 177.4 ± 10.0(a)
Vrn-B1b + Vrn-D1a 1 180.5 ± NA(abc) 184.0 ± NA(bc) 171.0 ± NA(ab) 159.0 ± NA(a) 178.5 ± NA(bc) 184.5 ± NA(bc) 176.3 ± 9.8(a)
vrn-B1 + Vrn-D1b 16 180.8 ± 2.5(abc) 186.5 ± 2.7(ab) 171.5 ± 1.4(ab) 158.7 ± 1.1(ab) 179.7 ± 1.9(abc) 186.75 ± 2.9(ab) 177.4 ± 10.8(a)
Types N FD_14_SQ FD_15_SQ FD_14_ZMD FD_15_ZMD FD_14_ZZ FD_15_ZZ FD_average
vrn-B1 + vrn-D1 125 192.9 ± 1.9(a) 197.4 ± 1.0(a) 180.4 ± 1.9(a) 167.4 ± 1.7(a) 190.4 ± 1.5(a) 198.9 ± 1.8(a) 187.9 ± 11.1(a)
Vrn-B1a + vrn-D1 5 190.4 ± 0.8(ab) 195.0 ± 0.6(bc) 181.2 ± 1.1(a) 165.8 ± 1.0(a) 187.0 ± 0.9(bc) 195.0 ± 1.5(bc) 185.7 ± 10.3(a)
Vrn-B1b + vrn-D1 4 187.1 ± 0.9(b) 193.5 ± 0.7(c) 177.1 ± 1.2(b) 165.3 ± 1.3(a) 184.7 ± 1.5(c) 191.3 ± 2.2(d) 183.2 ± 9.8(a)
vrn-B1 + Vrn-D1a 47 191.0 ± 3.23(a) 195.9 ± 1.6(ab) 178.7 ± 1.9(ab) 167.2 ± 1.5(a) 187.9 ± 2.1(ab) 196.2 ± 3.0(abc) 186.2 ± 10.7(a)
Vrn-B1b + Vrn-D1a 1 190.0 ± NA(ab) 195.0 ± NA(bc) 181.0 ± NA(a) 167.5 ± NA(a) 187.0 ± NA(bc) 193.0 ± NA(cd) 185.6 ± 10.1(a)
vrn-B1 + Vrn-D1b 16 191.6 ± 3.3(a) 196.1 ± 1.6(ab) 178.6 ± 2.1(ab) 167 ± 1.1(a) 187.7 ± 2.5(ab) 196.7 ± 2.9(ab) 186.4 ± 11.5(a)
  1. Letters in parentheses indicate a significant difference at the 0.05 level; decimal values preceded by “±” indicate standard deviation