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Experimental use of a mutagenic factor



Experimental use of a mutagenic factor



Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo, USSR (10): 9-11



In breeding work at the All-Union Institute of Pulse and Cereal Crops, USSR, during 1974-80, grain of 10 diploid buckwheat varieties was treated with 0.01% ethyleneimine for 12 h. The M4 and M5 were tested at three sites along with the initial varieties in 1977 and 1978. The most promising mutants were those showing increased yield; stable increases of 0.5-1.2 hkg/ha at all sites were noted in mutants of Ideal, OV1 and BT.

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