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POSTER: OFSP PROGENIES RESPONSES TO DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN BURKINA FASO

The poster outlines how ggenenotype by Environment (GxE) interaction analysis has helped to select varieties combining good yield, high beta-carotene content and acceptable dry matter content. However, in Burkina Faso, most of the OFSP varieties introduced failed to adapt. In a country where VAD among children under five and their mothers is recurrent locally adapted OFSP varieties could help to address the problem.

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Authors: Ouedraogo Jeremy, Belem Jerome, Asante Isaac, Vernon Gracen, Danquah Eric, SOME Koussao

Publication Date: 2013

Contributors: Luka Wanjohi

Format: pdf

Language: English

Keywords: Burkina Faso, genotype-by-environment interaction, GxE, Vitamin A

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