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RAPD markers for identification of cytoplasmic genic male sterile, maintainer and restorer lines of pigeonpea

RAPD markers for identification of cytoplasmic genic male sterile, maintainer and restorer lines of pigeonpea

Journal Of Food Legumes: 4, 218-221

The cytoplasmic-genetic male sterility (CMS) system is considered to be the feasible approach to develop hybrids in pigeonpea. Identification of CMS lines, their maintainers and putative restorers using molecular markers in the early stage of growth is important and economical in the long duration pigeonpea.

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