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Utilization of genetic male sterility system toward recurrent selection in safflower and genetic gain realized

, : Utilization of genetic male sterility system toward recurrent selection in safflower and genetic gain realized. Safflower: Unexploited Potential And World Adaptability: Nternational Safflower Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 3-6 Ember,

Two random-mating populations in safflower were synthesized, i.e. RMP-I and RMP-II using genetic male sterility factor. Selected 196 and 171 progenies in each were evaluated separately during rabi 2005-06 to constitute next cycle population and to predict genetic gains in 1st cycle recombination. Considerable genetic variability for all seven traits existed in both populations.

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