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Assessment of genetic variation in Indian rape (Brassica campestris var. toria) cv. TLC-I



Assessment of genetic variation in Indian rape (Brassica campestris var. toria) cv. TLC-I



7th International rapeseed congress, Poznan, Poland,11-14 May, 1987: 118



The types of gene action predominating in the control of yield and its components in TLC-I were estimated. At a 5% selection intensity for different characters, the expected genetic advance ranged from 2.84 to 45.54% for full sib selection, from 1.49 to 29.67% for half sib selection and from 1.43 to 20.32% for mass selection.

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