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High seed protein percentage in chickpea. I. Relationships among protein content, seed size, and flower color



High seed protein percentage in chickpea. I. Relationships among protein content, seed size, and flower color



International Chickpea Newsletter (7): 20-21



F2 segregation ratios from T1A X Annigeri indicated that flower colour was monogenically inherited, with pink being dominant. Blue-flowered plants had higher seed-protein percentages and smaller seeds than pink-flowered plants, indicating linkage between the genes governing the three characters.

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