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Genetic analyses on the heritability of yield characteristics following crosses involving a series of coriander types, with particular consideration of resistance to bacterial and fungal pathogens

Genetic analyses on the heritability of yield characteristics following crosses involving a series of coriander types, with particular consideration of resistance to bacterial and fungal pathogens

Schriftenreihe des Bundesministers fur Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten Reihe A, Angewandte Wissenschaft (Sonderheft): 411-421

Accessions of the coriander (Coriandrum sativum) varieties microcarpum and vulgare were sown in 1987. They differed with regard to plant height, growth period and yield components. Crosses within and between varieties resulted in up to 32% seed set. In both test years, susceptibility to lodging and yield levels were slightly more pronounced in var. vulgare than in var. microcarpum. In both varieties, 1000-seed weight and growth period were highly correlated.

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