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Early generation selection in microsperma-macrosperma derived gene pool of lentil


Early generation selection in microsperma-macrosperma derived gene pool of lentil



Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 62(1): 34-37



ISSN/ISBN: 0019-5200

Evaluation of 475 recombinant lines of 26 crosses in F3 generation and 409 recombinant lines of 24 crosses in F4 generation derived from crosses involving microsperma and macrosperma groups of lentil, raised in augmented design, revealed sufficient genetic variability for seed yield/plant, biological yield/plant, 100-seed weight, harvest index, seeds/pod, days to 50% flowering, and days to maturity. Biological yield/plant and seed yield/plant showed high degree of PCV, GCV and genetic advance.

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