SELF INCOMPATIBILITY, MALE STERILITY AND POLLINATION MECHANISM IN NIGER {GUIZOTIA ABYSSINICA (L.F.) CASS.} - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4174 | Page : 113 - 121
Citation :- SELF INCOMPATIBILITY, MALE STERILITY AND POLLINATION MECHANISM IN NIGER {GUIZOTIA ABYSSINICA (L.F.) CASS.} - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2006.(27):113 - 121
H.S. Patil and S.S. Duhoon1
Address : All India Coordinated Research Project on Niger, Zonal Agricultural Research Station, Igatpuri - 422 403, India

Abstract

Breeding schemes are ordinarily based on natural and or controlled mating system in a crop species. The presence of sporophytic self-incompatibility presents hurdles in the yield improvement programme of niger. The practical application of self-incompatibility in niger breeding is still unexplored. Thus, the work on these aspects is reviewed and discussed in this paper. The constraints and strategies for improvement of yield in niger crop are suggested.

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