Evaluation of Oil Palm Germplasm from Senegal and Gambia Using Chemometric Techniques
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Keywords:Oil palm, genetic diversity, chemometrics, principal component analysis, cluster analysis
Estimation of genetic diversity and determination of the relationships between collections are useful strategies for ensuring efficient germplasm collection and utilization. Oil palm germplasm materials collected from Senegal and Gambia maintained at the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) Kluang Station were characterized for genetic diversity. A total of 44 agronomic traits of these oil palm materials was subjected to simple statistics to evaluate the genetic variability; a
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