Effect of the Genotype × Environment Interaction on the main Components of Yield in Chickpea (Cicer ariteinum .L) in Tlemcen, Algeria.

Bouri Amina, Mahdad Mohammed Yacine, Sidhom Mohammed, Gaouar Semir Bechir suheil


As part of the characterization and identification of varieties of chickpeas, we have undertaken prospecting and collection of plant material through the Wilaya of Tlemcen.In the present work two landrace Garbaansa and Bled, were used where the goal was to characterize and analyze the effect of the genotype environment interaction. The analysis of the morphometric data showed that the height of the plant depends in its expression of the genotype × environment interaction, the total number of pods per plant is unique to the genetics of the species and its expression is dependent on the genotype × environment interaction. The number of seeds per pod is a genotype-specific trait that is influenced by the environment and is the result of interaction between the latter two. The size of the chickpea grain is related to the environment, the genotype and the expression of which comes from the interaction of the medium × genotype


Algeria; chickpea; genotype x environment interaction; morphometric characterization; Tlemcen

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Genetics and Biodiversity Journal (GABJ)

ISSN: 2602-5582

Department of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Life, Earth Sciences and the Universe, University of Tlemcen PO.Box 119,  13000 Tlemcen, Algeria. E-mail:gen.biodv.journal@gmail.com

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Biodiversity conservation (animal):
Associate editor:
Canada, Dr Amanda Cordova, acordova@uoguelph.ca, amanda.cordova@gmail.com, Biomedical Sciences, University of Guelph Toronto• (Reproduction Biotechnologies and Conservation)
Germany, Prof Sven Herzog, herzog@forst.tu-dresden.de, Chair of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Saxony (Gestion de la biodiversité)
Nigeria, Dr Abdul-Mojeed Yakubu abdul_mojeedy@yahoo.com, Dpt. of Animal Science, Nasarawa State university (Génomique des populations: Animaux)
Algérie, Boumerdes Dr Adjlane Noureddine, adjlanenoureddine@hotmail.com, Dept de Biologie, University M'Hamed Bougara (microbiologie)
Algérie, Bejaia Dr Mourad Ahmim forestecolo@gmail.com, Dpt. of Environmental and biological sciences, University of Bejaia.  (Conservation de la nature: faune sauvage)
Algérie, Souk-Ahras Dr Hana soualah alila soualahalilahana@yahoo.fr, h.soualahalila@uni-soukahras.dz University Mohamed Cherif Messaadia (Gestion de la biodiversité)
Poland, Dr Jakub Skorupski, j.skorupski@lutreola.pl, University of Szczecin, Department of Ecology and Environmental Protection (Gestion de la biodiversité)