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Heterotic effects, heritability, genetic advance and correlation coefficients among yield and quality attributes in 11 parent diallel crosses in wheat


, : Heterotic effects, heritability, genetic advance and correlation coefficients among yield and quality attributes in 11 parent diallel crosses in wheat. International Journal of Plant Sciences Muzaffarnagar 2(1): 75-89

Magnitude of heterotic response over economic parent, estimation of heritability, genetic advance, gain and yield based on combining abilities for yield and quality traits in bread wheat in eleven parent diallel crosses (involving the genotypes HUW 452, UP 2338, HP 1744, K 9329, HD 2643, K 9451, HP 1731, RAJ 3765, K 9330, K 9305 and PBW 378) was reported herein and their implication on breeding methodologies has been discussed for practical use in the improvement of highly selected base material of wheat under normal sown situations at Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. The efficacy of intermating coupled with selection has also been discussed in terms of breeding procedures.

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