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Indian Journal of Agricultural Research, volume 34 issue 3 (september 2000) : 176-178

GENE ACTION FOR YIELD AND ITS COMPONENTS IN WHEAT (TRITICUMAESTJVUM L.)

u.s. Shekhawat, R.P. Bhardwaj, Vijay Prakash
1Agricultural Research Station (RAU) Sriganganagar-335 001, India
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Cite article:- Shekhawat u.s., Bhardwaj R.P., Prakash Vijay (2024). GENE ACTION FOR YIELD AND ITS COMPONENTS IN WHEAT (TRITICUMAESTJVUM L.). Indian Journal of Agricultural Research. 34(3): 176-178. doi: .
Generation means analysis involving twelve generations of two crosses of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was used to elucidate the inheritance of tillers per plant, grains per spike, 1000-grain weight and grain yield per plant. The grain yield per plant and tillers per plant were mostly governed by the dominance, dominance x domimmce and dominance x dominance x dominance type of gene effects with larger magnitude but were unexploitable due to duplicate type of gene action. 1000-grain weight was found to be under control of both additive and non-additive gene effects with inadequate trigenic epistasis. Simultaneous utilization of both additve and non-additive genetic effects can be achieved by intermating of segregants in early segregating generation.
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