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The Journal - Volume 10, Number - 2: 2015 Supplement on Genetics and Plant Breeding

Contents of Research Paper

Page No.

   1. Genetic variability for yield parameters and rust resistance in F2 population on
wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
Arati Yadawad, R. R. Hanchinal, H. L. Nadaf, S. A. Desai, Suma Biradar
and V. Rudra Naik
707 - 710
   2. Heterosis studies using diallel analysis for yield and component characters
in mungbean (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek)
Punam S. Yadav, G. Roopa Lavanya, M. K. Vishwakarma, Ravi R. Saxesena,
D. K. Baranwal and Shweta Singh
711 - 713
   3. Genotype × environment interaction of corm and cormel production in gladiolus
       Tanya Thakur and K. K. Dhatt
715 - 719
   4. Heterosis studies for grain yield and its components in wheat (Triticum aestivum 
L. Em. Thell) under normal and drought conditions
Pankaj Garg, R. P. Saharan, Mamta Gupta and Renu Munjal
721 - 728
   5. Assessment of genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance for quantitative
traits in chilli (Capsicum annuum L.)
M. Janaki, L. Naram Naidu, C. Venkata Ramana and M. Paratpara Rao
729 - 733
   6. Correlation and path co-efficient analysis of quantitative traits in okra
[Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench] Deepak K. Saryam, S. K. Mittra, A. K. Mehta, Sunil Prajapati and Satish Kadwey
735 - 739
   7. RAPD marker-based genetic diversity among released finger millet 
(Eleusine coracana. Gaertn.) cultivars with known pedigree S. Ramesh, H. R. Sowmya, A. Mohan Rao, S. Barathi and Jayarame Gowd
741 - 746
   8. Study of genetic variability parameters in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.) germplasm lines
       Hasan Khan, K. P. Viswanatha and H. C. Sowmya
747 - 750
   9. Study of heterosis and combining ability in exotic and indigenous crosses of
barley (Hordeum vulgar L.) under rainfed environment A. H. Madakemohekar, L. C. Prasad, J. P. Lal, S. S. Bonare and R. Prasad
751 - 755
  10. In-setu assessment of phenotypic diversity in Cajanus scarabaeoides (L.) Thouars
        Nilamani Dikshit, Vishnu K. Gite and Natarajan Sivaraj
757 - 761

 

 

 

 

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