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Studies on induced variability in Egyptian cotton



Studies on induced variability in Egyptian cotton



1998 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Diego, California, USA, 5-9 January 1998 Volume 1: 552-556



The present investigation was undertaken to study the genetic behaviour of some economic characters in two intervarietal Egyptian cotton (Gossypium barbadense) crosses, namely Giza 80 x 5904 E (cross I) and Giza 45 x 5904 E (cross II). Six populations, namely P1, F1, F2, BC1, BC2 and P2 for each cross were studied and estimates of genetic variance, stability, heritability and expected genetic advance upon selection were made.

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