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Studies on the ideal plant type and its relationship with grain yield in sorghum (Sorghum vulgare Pers.) hybrids and selections of diverse genetic backgrounds



Studies on the ideal plant type and its relationship with grain yield in sorghum (Sorghum vulgare Pers.) hybrids and selections of diverse genetic backgrounds



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Investigation of the effects of defoliation (removing different numbers of leaves) on plant ht., days to maturity, peduncle length, ear size and wt., number and wt. of grains/ear and 1000-grain wt. and vol. of 2 sorghum hybrids and 4 showed that an ideal plant type should be of medium ht. possessing 8 erect and thick leaves and broad and long ears with a large number of whorls and grains for obtaining high grain yields.

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