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On the nature and utilization of mutation in rice


On the nature and utilization of mutation in rice



Indian Agriculturist 19(2): 267-271



ISSN/ISBN: 0019-4336

Following grain treatment with ethylene oxide and ethyl methanesulphonate, a broad-leaved mutant and a dwarf mutant were obtained from Dular and a slender-grained mutant from IR8. The broad-leaved mutation was controlled by a single dominant gene and was also marked by leaves of a lighter green than normal and a higher grain test weight. The dwarf mutation was controlled by two recessive genes and reduced lodging.

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