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Table 2 Pearson correlation coefficients with the juvenile traits; H plant height (cm), BT days to bending (days from May 11) and V plant vigour (ranked 1–5) against all the traits across the four environments of WAG-S, WAG-W, WIN and AGR

From: Genetic variation, heritability and genotype by environment interaction of morphological traits in a tetraploid rose population

  BT H V
BT_WAG_S    
H_WAG_S −0.71**   
V_WAG_S −0.55** 0.81**  
CHL_AGR 0.01 0.1 0.07
CHL_WAG_W −0.09 0.13 0.13
CHL_WIN 0.01 0.22 0.32**
NP_AGR 0.09 −0.2 −0.19
NP_WAG_S 0.19 −0.19 −0.24*
NP_WAG_W 0.16 −0.2 −0.21
NP_WIN 0.09 −0.15 −0.19
PP_AGR −0.07 0.08 0.14
PP_WAG_S −0.05 0.05 0.14
PP_WAG_W −0.01 0.07 0.13
PP_WIN −0.06 0.08 0.13
PS_AGR −0.37** 0.3* 0.16
PS_WAG_S −0.34** 0.17 0.07
PS_WAG_W −0.28* 0.27* 0.17
PS_WIN −0.34** 0.24 0.08
SL_AGR −0.46** 0.4** 0.22
SL_WAG_S −0.39** 0.39** 0.21
SL_WAG_W −0.45** 0.47** 0.28*
SL_WIN −0.44** 0.43** 0.2
SS_AGR −0.01 0.06 0.04
SS_WAG_W −0.18 0.24* 0.31**
SS_WIN 0.07 0.00 0.16
SW_AGR −0.26* 0.24 0.17
SW_WAG_W −0.33** 0.33** 0.3*
SW_WIN −0.26* 0.26* 0.2
  1. These traits include SL stem length (cm), SW stem width (mm), PS prickles on the stem, PP prickles on the petioles, NP number of petals, SW stem width (mm), CHL chlorophyll content, and SS side shoots.**Correlation is significant at α = 0.001 *Correlation is significant at α = 0.01.