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Inheritance of genetic male sterility and evaluation of newly developed male sterile lines in safflower



Inheritance of genetic male sterility and evaluation of newly developed male sterile lines in safflower



Safflower: Unexploited Potential And World Adaptability: Nternational Safflower Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 3-6 Ember,



Three genetic male sterile lines HUS-305MS-1, HUS-305MS-2 and HUS-305MS-3 along with check varieties Bhima, A<sub>1</sub>, AKS-207, HUS-305 and Phule Kusum were evaluated in 2005 and 2006 to determine the mode of inheritance of newly identified male sterile lines of safflower, to evaluate and characterize the male sterile lines and to identify the most promising genetic male sterile line for utilization in recurrent selection programme.

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