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Potential use of thermosensitive genetic male sterility for hybrid development in safflower



Potential use of thermosensitive genetic male sterility for hybrid development in safflower



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



During the course of development of cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) in safflower, in winter 2003-04 the evaluation of some CMS-based sib-mated crosses and their corresponding parents showed complete male sterility. To examine the causes of male sterility in them, leftover seeds of all the entries were sown during summer 2004. Evaluation of all the crosses and their parents for sterility/fertility under summer conditions revealed 100% restoration of fertility.

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