It makes the Line x Tester Genetic Analysis. It also estimates the general and specific combinatory ability effects and the line and tester genetic contribution.

1 | ```
lineXtester(replications, lines, testers, y)
``` |

`replications` |
Replications |

`lines` |
Lines |

`testers` |
Testers |

`y` |
Variable, response |

output: Standard Errors for combining ability effects. Componentes geneticos. Variancias. Contribucion proporcional. ANOVA with parents and crosses. ANOVA for line X tester analysis. ANOVA for line X tester analysis including parents. GCA Effects. Lines Effects. Testers Effects. Standard Errors for Combining Ability Effects. Genetic Components. Proportional contribution of lines, testers and their interactions. to total variance.

`replications` |
vector, numeric |

`lines` |
vector, numeric |

`testers` |
vector, numeric |

`y` |
vector, numeric |

Felipe de Mendiburu

Biometrical Methods in Quantitative Genetic Analysis, Singh, Chaudhary. 1979. Hierarchial and factorial mating designs for quantitative genetic analysis in tetrasomic potato. R. Ortis; A.Golmirzaie. Theor Appl Genet (2002) 104:675-679

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