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Comparison of the anther culture and conventional breeding lines in rice and a new elite line 'Chikushi 26' developed by the anther culture method



Comparison of the anther culture and conventional breeding lines in rice and a new elite line 'Chikushi 26' developed by the anther culture method



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 68(3): 440-443



Doubled haploid (DH) lines from anther culture and conventional breeding (CB) lines of rice were compared for grain yield and palatability. No difference was found between the mean heading date of the DH and CB lines. The mean yield of the DH lines was generally lower than that of the CB lines. The population size in the CB lines was much larger than that in the DH lines.

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