Trial comprising 50 lentil genotypes was conducted at 3 locations in India during year 2013–2014 for estimation of grain iron and zinc concentrations and to analyze genotype–environment (G × E) interactions by employing the additive main effect and multiplication interaction model. The study revealed significant effects for genotype, environment and genotype by environment interaction for both grain iron and zinc concentration.
This work is an output of the HarvestPlus Programme. The Department for International Development is one of the main donors for HarvestPlus.
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Microsatellite marker-based genetic diversity analysis of elite lentil lines differing in grain iron and zinc concentration