WIDE HYBRIDIZATION AND ITS GENETIC AND CYTOGENETIC .CONSEQUENCES IN PIGEONPFA - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4298 | Page : 265 - 274
Citation :- WIDE HYBRIDIZATION AND ITS GENETIC AND CYTOGENETIC .CONSEQUENCES IN PIGEONPFA - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2003.(24):265 - 274
G.C. Bajpai, Jogendra Singh and S.K. Tewari
Address : Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, G.B. Pant University of Agrlcu1ture and Technology, Pantnagar - 263 145, India

Abstract

Genetic wealth of wild species of cajanus group and their transfer in improvement of pigeonpea has been reviewed in the present study. Meiotic behaviour of chromosomes in hybrids, fertility level and phylogenetic implications have been discussed among hybrids made using Cajimus sericeusCajanus platycarpusCajanus cajanifollusCajanus scarabaeoidsCajanus volubilisCajanus trinerviusCajanus plurifloraCajanus lineatus,Cajanus albicans and Cajanus acutifolius wild species. Cajanus cajanifolius appeared phylogenetically very close to Cajanus cajanCajanus cajan and Cajanus scarabaeoides were most widely distributed species showing close relationship. A collective evaluation of cytogenetical data suggested that Cajanus Cajanifolius is the closest wild relative followed by scarabaeoides, albicans, trinervius etc.

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