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From: Genotypic and environmental factors influence the proximate composition and quality attributes of sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas L.)

Fig. 1

Diversity of root flesh color and selected chemical composition among sweetpotato genotypes. a Circular cladogram obtained from R, G, and B pixel values obtained from digital images of root flesh. b The hierarchical clustering heatmap obtained from sweetpotato genotypes according to their proximate composition. Note: Multivariate sample similarities are displayed as a heatmap in which rows represent genotypes, and columns include compositional and color features. The heatmap encodes individual measurements for each sample (autoscaled) and measured according to the color bar at the top right of the figure. AC ash content, CF crude fiber, TPC total protein content, DMC dry matter content, TSS: total soluble solids; Red, Green, and Blue are the pixel values obtained from the image analysis

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