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Studies on the comparative efficacy of gamma rays and ethylmethane sulphonate (EMS) in inducing yield mutants in rice variety Jaya



Studies on the comparative efficacy of gamma rays and ethylmethane sulphonate (EMS) in inducing yield mutants in rice variety Jaya



Symposium on the role of induced mutations in crop improvement Hyderabad, September 1979: 52



The highest frequency of positive mutants in the M2 resulted from the gamma -ray treatment and in the M3 from the EMS treatment. Estimates of heritability and genetic advance were higher in the M2 than the M3, and also higher in the gamma -irradiated than in the EMS-treated material.

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