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Visual selection methods for seed yield in early segregating populations of chickpea crosses

, : Visual selection methods for seed yield in early segregating populations of chickpea crosses. International Chickpea Newsletter (12): 9-11

Results of selection for superior, poor or random plants carried out in the F2 of 2 crosses for such characters as general vigour, fruiting branches/plant and pods/plant indicated that F2 selection for superior plants conferred a slight advantage in the F3 in terms of average yield given by superior lines and number of superior lines.

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