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Behaviour of sesame genotypes in two municipalities of Paraiba state


, : Behaviour of sesame genotypes in two municipalities of Paraiba state. Pesquisa em Andamento Centro Nacional de Pesquisa do Algodao ( 30): 5 pp.

In 1994, 151 genotypes were evaluated in Patos and Sousa, situated in the Serido and Sertao regions of Paraiba, respectively, for days to first flower, growth period from sowing to harvest, uniformity, branching, number of fruits/axil, plant habit, disease incidence, final stand and yield. From this evaluation, genotypes were grouped according to number of fruits/axil into 2 groups: group 1 comprised 32 genotypes with 1 fruit/axil, and group 2 comprised 119 genotypes with 3 fruits/axil.

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