Ecological Stability, Plasticity and Adaptability of Sweet Pepper Lines


  • Kulikov Yu. A. Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Senior Researcher, Institute of Horticulture of the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences
  • Erezhepova G. T. Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Head of the Department of Fruit Growing, Vegetable Growing and Melon Growing, Karakalpak Institute of Agriculture and Agrotechnology, Nukus
  • Erezhepova G. T. student of the Karakalpak Institute of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Nukus


ecological stability, plasticity, adaptability, line, sweet pepper, productivity


The success of breeding work depends on the accuracy of the assessment of traits characteristic of the parental forms. To do this, a preliminary individual assessment of each variety sample is carried out under specific growing conditions. It is necessary not only to study the breeding material, but also to identify ways to involve it in breeding work.


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How to Cite

Kulikov Yu. A., Erezhepova G. T., & Erezhepova G. T. (2023). Ecological Stability, Plasticity and Adaptability of Sweet Pepper Lines. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND AGRICULTURE, 2(11), 14–16. Retrieved from