Int. J. Biosci.3(5), 101-107, May 2013
In order to study of seed storage proteins, proteins samples of common bean genotypes were prepared by 0.2 M NaCl of extracting soluble. Genotypes were located in two groups by cluster analysis using Wilks’ lambda statistic. Two groups were different for yield components (number of pods per plant, number of seeds per plant and seed weight). Factor analysis showed that two factors described 61% of total proteins variation. Correlated bands with yield components characters had the highest coefficients for the first factor. This factor was named “yield components proteins”. Protein bands via RM 58 and 64 had relationship with days to flowering. Therefore, the second factor was named “phenologic proteins”. Genotypes were located in four groups by these factors. Length, angle and presence of protein bands were important characteristics to explain graphical information in GGE biplot compared to factor analysis.
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