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A breakdown of the phenotypic variance showed the predominance of genetic effects in relation to the environmental effects for each hybrid combination (Table 1).
The mean, range, genotypic and phenotypic variance, genotypic and phenotypic coefficient of variation, heritability estimates, genetic advance and genetic advance in percent of mean are presented in Table 1 and Table 2 for parents and hybrid, respectively.
The covariance among full- and half-sibs provides the basis for the separation of phenotypic variance into genetic and environmental components of variance.
The set of SNPs for each trait explained a large proportion of total phenotypic variance (29% to 67%), partly due to the fact that the SNP effect was overestimated with the small sample size in this study (n = 183).