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Vol. 7, Issue 6 (2018)

Correlation coefficient analysis in okra

Author(s):
Govind Shuirkar, AK Naidu, BR Pandey, AK Mehta, SK Dwivedi and HL Sharma
Abstract:
Plant height was recorded positive and significant correlation with length of internode (0.2871), days to 50% flowering (0.1882), fresh fruit weight (0.3387). A high significant and negative association of this trait was observed with length of internode (-0.1673), first fruiting node (-0.3138), days to first fruit length (-0.1665). Length of internode was recorded positive and significant correlation with days to 50% flowering (0.4420), days to first picking (0.1753) and highly significant to fresh weight (0.5021). Days to 50% flowering expressed a significant and positive association with first fruiting node (0.2019), days to first flowering (0.2132), days to first picking (0.3118), fruit length (0.1943) and fresh fruit weight (0.2525). Days to first flowering was recorded highly significant and positively correlated with days to first picking (0.2854**). Days to first picking was recorded highly significant and positively correlated with number of fruit per plant (0.3274**). Length of fruit was observed highly significant and positive correlation coefficient with fresh fruit weight (0.3107). Fresh fruit weight was observed positive correlation with yield per plant (0.5633). Number of fruits per plant was observed positive correlation with fresh fruit weight (0.0393).
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How to cite this article:
Govind Shuirkar, AK Naidu, BR Pandey, AK Mehta, SK Dwivedi, HL Sharma. Correlation coefficient analysis in okra. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(6):644-647.

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