Over the last few years, Agricultural lands have dramatically decreased in the world. Mainly the over populated countries are seriously affected by this problem. To ensure food security for the ever increasing population we have to grow more food in limited area. For this reason the demand of diversified high yielding varieties is upgrading day by day. Genetic divergence is important for genetic improvement. This book provides attractive ideas about highest diversified varieties of the most widely adopted crop all over the world i.e wheat. The performance of twenty five wheat genotypes based on thirteen agronomic characters and molecular marker analyzed here from which the readers know about the most important characters for improving grain yield in wheat. The result of interaction within genotypes and environment should help people to be interested about heritable characters of wheat. From this research the author highly recommended three varieties for farmers to reinforce both the grain quality and quantity. This book might become a valuable source of information to the researcher and other personnel who are working for the betterment of agriculture.