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Genetic divergence in green gram vigna radiata l. wilezek



Genetic divergence in green gram vigna radiata l. wilezek



Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 25(1): 18-25



A study was conducted in 121 genotypes to assess the extent of genetic divergence through metroglyph and canonical analysis. The metroglyph analysis indicated that most of the genotypes were less pod bearing and poor to medium yielding. These were broadly grouped into nine categories across seed yield and pod bearing habit. The index score also confirmed that majority of the genotypes were low yielding. The first canonical vector accounted for 99.77 per cent of the total variation. Hence, a two dimensional graph (Z1-Z2) was applied to discriminate the genotypes into different clusters. The yield components viz., 100 seed weight and pod length contributed greatly for divergence.

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