Effects of genotype and growing environment on the chemical properties of yellow-fleshed cassava roots

Emmanuel Alamu, Busie Maziya-Dixon, Oreofeoluwatomi Lawal & Gilbert Alfred Dixon
The study evaluated the effect of genotype and growing locations on biofortified cassava root genotypes’ chemical properties. Twenty-eight genotypes of biofortified yellow and white-fleshed cassava were planted across four geographical areas in Nigeria and harvested for two seasons. This research analyzed the chemical properties (DM, VC, TC, and CNP) of the samples using standard laboratory procedures. ANOVA, descriptive analysis, PCA, and HCA was carried out on the generated data using SAS software. Genotypes 94/0006 and...
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