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Genetic analysis of morphological traits in a cross 'Sylvia' x 'Arkel' of garden pea (Pisum sativum)



Genetic analysis of morphological traits in a cross 'Sylvia' x 'Arkel' of garden pea (Pisum sativum)



Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 71(10): 679-680



An experiment was conducted in Himachal Pradesh, India, on F1, F2 and backcross generations derived from 2 cultivars of garden pea namely, Sylvia (edible podded) and Arkel (non-edible podded), along with parents to obtain information on the genetics of sugar contents and morphological traits. Edible podded showed dominance in the F1 generation and the F2 population segregated into 3 edible : 1 non-edible podded plants.

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