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Studies on breeding of F1 hybrid rice using the Korean cytoplasmic and genetic male sterile rice. II. Breeding of genetic male sterile rices having backgrounds of Korean cultivars by transferring the male sterility gene of IR36ms



Studies on breeding of F1 hybrid rice using the Korean cytoplasmic and genetic male sterile rice. II. Breeding of genetic male sterile rices having backgrounds of Korean cultivars by transferring the male sterility gene of IR36ms



Korean Journal of Crop Science 31(1): 74-77



The male sterility gene of IR36 ms was transferred to the Korean cultivars Gayabyeo, Nampungbyeo, Sinkwangbyeo and Suweon 296 by means of 5 backcrosses. The male-sterile lines had shorter culms than their parental cultivars but did not differ from them for number of panicles/hill, number of florets/panicle, heading date or panicle length.

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