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Vol. 12, Issue 3 (2023)

Variability in chickpea genotypes considering seed morphology with a few bio-molecules

Anish Choudhury, Kanad Mukherjee and Prabir Chakraborti
Quality seed production of efficient strains can be valuable which are developed through breeding strategy at parental selection emphasizing the seed morphology and bio-molecular activity at germination initiation. The significant distinct variation in qualitative assessment of seed was observed exploited 20 Chickpea genotypes. The observable factors like seed length; breadth, L/B ratio, seed volume, 1000 seed weight, α-amylase activity as well as α-amylase rising rate were responsible to denote the selection approach. The genotype V8 (FLIP-171C) demonstrated eminence in seed length, L/B ratio, 1000 seed weight with occurrence of α-amylase rising rate though high genetic changeability was noticed among genotypes for all characters. Coefficient of variation offered a relative measure on variance among diverse characters. GCV was advanced (more than 20%) for seed length, L/B ratio of seed, seed volume, and 1000 seed weight. Greater heritability (H2 %) combined with better genetic advances (GA %) was detected for seed length, and 1000 seed weight. Furthermore, the considerable characters explained hopeful positive correlation with each other. Hence, these parameters were vital for considerable seed uniqueness and choice based on these qualities would be reliable for chickpea genotypes developed under West Bengal condition.
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How to cite this article:
Anish Choudhury, Kanad Mukherjee, Prabir Chakraborti. Variability in chickpea genotypes considering seed morphology with a few bio-molecules. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(3):381-384. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2023.v12.i3d.18952

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