GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG TOMATO [SOLANUM LYCOPERSICON (MILL.) WETTSD.] GENOTYPES – A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1357 | Page : 217 - 223
Citation :- GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG TOMATO [SOLANUM LYCOPERSICON (MILL.) WETTSD.] GENOTYPES – A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31):217 - 223
Rajeev Kumar Narolia* and R.V.S.K. Reddy
Address : College of Horticulture, A. P. Horticultural University, Rajendranagar,Hyderabad-500 030, India.

Abstract

Tomato is a very useful vegetable crop grown in India for its delicious fruits used in variety
of Indian dishes. It has a wide range of genetic diversity which provides a tremendous scope for
genetic improvement of economic traits. An improvement in yield and quality in self pollinated
crop like tomato is normally achieved by selecting the genotypes with desirable character
combinations existing in nature or by hybridization. Hence, the information in a collection of
some indigenous genotypes of tomato in order to formulate a sound breeding plan for its
improvement has been reviewed here.

Keywords

Tomato Genetic diversity Variability Correlation.

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