Legume Research

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Legume Research, volume 24 issue 2 (june 2001) :

GENETIC VARIABILITY PERFORMANCE CHARACTER ASSOCIATION AND COHERITABILITY IN FIELD PEA (PISUM SATIVUM L.)

Mahanta I.C., Senapati N., Samal K.M., Dhal A.
1Regional Research and Technology Transfer Station, (OUAT), Keonjhar - 758 002, India
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Cite article:- I.C. Mahanta, N. Senapati, K.M. Samal, A. Dhal (2024). GENETIC VARIABILITY PERFORMANCE CHARACTER ASSOCIATION AND COHERITABILITY IN FIELD PEA (PISUM SATIVUM L.). Legume Research. 24(2): . doi: .
Twenty four advanced lines with one check of field pea were assessed for variability and character association for yield and its attributes. Data revealed that DPFPD 8 was the highest yielder followed by KFPD 59 having moderately susceptibility to powdery mildew. Similarity in PCV and GCV of all traits showed low environmental influence. High heritability estimates were recorded for all characters. High heritability coupled with high GA observed for yield/plant, pods/plant, plant height, seeds/pod and 100 seed weight indicate additive gene effect. Yield/plant exhibited positive correlations with branches/plant, pods/plant, seeds/pod and 100 seed weight. 100 seed weight, pods/plant, plant height, seeds/pod and days to 50% flowering had higher coheritability estimates with yield/plant.

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