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Effect of gamma rays, ethylmethane sulphonate and hydroxylamine on type and frequency of chlorophyll mutations in lentil



Effect of gamma rays, ethylmethane sulphonate and hydroxylamine on type and frequency of chlorophyll mutations in lentil



Lens 16(2): 3-5



Albina, xantha and viridis mutants were obtained in a small-seeded (Pant L 639) and a large-seeded variety (RAU 101) following treatment of dry seeds with the mutagens. The 0.02 M ethyl methanesulfonate treatment gave a higher mutation frequency than higher concentrations. Chlorophyll mutations were obtained with gamma ray doses of 5 and 10 kR, but not higher doses. A low frequency of mutations was given by all 3 hydroxylamine concentrations.

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