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Abstract

Data from 2 experiments, each involving a set of 6 muskmelon cultivars grown over a period of 4 years, were subjected to joint regression analysis to characterize performance across environments. ‘Burpee’ and ‘Gold Star’ were common to both experiments. A majority of the cultivars exhibited linear response for yield but not for fruit characteristics. There were also significant differences in regression coefficients among cultivars in each experiment. ‘Burpee’ and ‘Gold Star’ each had similar joint regression coefficients in both experiments for total weight of fruit per plant, but not for total number of fruit.

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