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Vol. 11, Issue 1 (2022)

Phenotypic evaluation of RIL population of Indian bean

Author(s):
Stuti Krishna, Vaishali Ladumor, Pranitha BP, Kaushal Modha and Ritesh Patel
Abstract:
The present investigation has been carried out to perform phenotypic evaluation of F3:4 and F4:5 RIL (Recombinant Inbred Line) population from the cross of homozygous parents GNIB-21 and GP-189 during 2018-2020. Nine traits were studied for segregating generations (F3:4 and F4:5). The mean performance of days to first raceme emergence was recorded at 41 days in F3:4 and 56 days in F4:5. Most of the plants in two generations were recorded for 10-30 pods per plants. The pod weight and seed per pod of most of the plants in both generations were 0.9 g and 3-4 seeds per pod. These phenotypic data would assist in future molecular research or for variety development.
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How to cite this article:
Stuti Krishna, Vaishali Ladumor, Pranitha BP, Kaushal Modha, Ritesh Patel. Phenotypic evaluation of RIL population of Indian bean. Pharma Innovation 2022;11(1):507-513.

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