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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Review on hybrid seed production of wheat: Problems and prospective

Author(s):
Ankit Vishnoi, Palak Kamboj, Akash Yadav, M Sai Priya, Ayesha Subba and IR Delvadiya
Abstract:
The number one aim of any plant breeder is to enhance crop genotypes. The improvement of advanced hybrids is one of the only techniques for this purpose. The many cereal vegetation, which includes maize and rice, have benefited from heterosis breeding. Hybrid improvement is a feasible alternative for breaking yield plateaus in self-pollinated vegetation inclusive of wheat. A gadget which can manipulate self-pollination is needed for any powerful hybridization programmed. Wheat is a extraordinarily self-pollinated crop, and quite a few techniques for controlling selfing had been attempted to make the most heterosis on this crop, which includes hand emasculation, male sterilization structures, and chemical hybridizing agents. However, every of those structures have its very own set of advantages and drawbacks. We tried to cowl all elements of hybrid wheat breeding on this review.
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How to cite this article:
Ankit Vishnoi, Palak Kamboj, Akash Yadav, M Sai Priya, Ayesha Subba and IR Delvadiya. Review on hybrid seed production of wheat: Problems and prospective. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 749-752.

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