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Creation of productivity transgressions on the basis of early cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) populations


Creation of productivity transgressions on the basis of early cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) populations



Russian Agricultural Sciences 2003(5): 13-15



ISSN/ISBN: 1068-3674

A study was conducted in Russia to select for transgressive cotton recombinants exhibiting high productivity. Genetic sources were isolated from early cotton populations showing resistance to abiotic stresses. Transgressive recombinants were obtained from crossing 8 sources. The cotton transgressive forms, families No. 177 and No. 129, were obtained for the first time based on uniting the genetic-physiological systems from the best parents.

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