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Evaluation of wide hybridization derived lines for yield and related traits
Wild relatives of pigeonpea possess desirable attributes to combat biotic stresses. The introgressed lines also serve as source for genetic enhancement for yield and related agronomical traits.
Evaluation early and extra-early chickpea lines for grain yield and other adaptive traits in Ethiopia
Fifteen early and extra early maturing chickpea lines including the standard checks (‘Ejere’ and ‘Minjar’) were evaluated for earliness at Debre Zeit during 2014 off season, 2014 main season, 2015 main season and 2016 ...
Evaluation of heat tolerant chickpea lines for grain yield and other adaptive features under optimal and stress conditions
Eighteen chickpea (Cicerarietinum L.) germplasms (with the standard and local checks) and 2 planting dates were laid on RCBD with three replication in order to be evaluated for grain yield and other adaptive traits. The ...
Groundnut lines that combine several desirable traits into single genotype to meet the needs of the farmer, consumer and industry.
Single-seed descent, pedigree, and backcross methods of breeding are used to improve the target traits. Selection in segregating populations are enabled by (a) markers for three traits, resistance to rust and late leaf ...