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Comparative performance of gamma rays and ethylmethane sulphonate (EMS) in inducing height mutants in rice



Comparative performance of gamma rays and ethylmethane sulphonate (EMS) in inducing height mutants in rice



Symposium on the role of induced mutations in crop improvement Hyderabad, September 1979: 53



A significant reduction in mean height was observed in treated plants of Jaya in the M2 and M3, with the frequency of dwarf mutants being higher in the M2 than the M3, and the frequency of tall mutants being higher in the M3 than the M2. Greater variability for height was induced by gamma rays than by EMS.

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