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Genetic diversity in lablab bean



Genetic diversity in lablab bean



Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 17(2): 257-260



The genetic diversity in a population of 36 genetic stocks of Lablab bean, Lablab purpureus (L.) Sweet, from diverse geographic sources were grouped in 7 constellations utilizing 15 quantitative characters by D2 statistic and canonical test. CO 5 and No.692 were highly divergent from all others for their yields, Habbal 3 for earliness, CO 1 for high seed number and 269, EC 18176 and Golangaon local for their seed quality. Canonical analysis supported the divergence pattern obtained by D2 analysis. The clustering pattern did not follow geographic origin.

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