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Legume Research, volume 34 issue 3 (september 2011) : 202 - 206

STUDIES ON GENETIC VARIABILITY, CHARACTER ASSOCIATION AND PATH CO-EFFICIENT ANALYSIS IN GREENGRAM [Vigna radiata.(L.)Wilczek]

D. Kodanda Rami Reddy, O. Venkateswarlu, M.C. Obaiah, G.L. Siva Jyothi
1ANGRAU, Agricultural Research Station, Podalakuru – 524 345, India.
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Cite article:- Reddy Rami Kodanda D., Venkateswarlu O., Obaiah M.C., Jyothi Siva G.L. (2024). STUDIES ON GENETIC VARIABILITY, CHARACTER ASSOCIATION AND PATH CO-EFFICIENT ANALYSIS IN GREENGRAM [Vigna radiata.(L.)Wilczek]. Legume Research. 34(3): 202 - 206. doi: .
Thirty five divergent genotypes of greengram [Vigna radiata.(L.) Wilczek] were evaluated for yield and yield attributes during rabi, 2009-10. Genotypes differed significantly for all the characters studied. High genetic advance coupled with high heritability was observed for characters viz., plant height,  number of pods/plant, shoot dry matter/plant and seed yield/plant, indicating there by the preponderance of additive gene action for these characters. Correlation analysis indicated that seed yield /plant was positive and significantly associated with  days to maturity, plant height, number of pods/plant, number of seeds/pod, 100-seed weight, shoot nitrogen, seed protein and shoot dry matter/plant. Path co-efficient analysis revealed that days to flowering, days to maturity, number of pods/plant, seed protein, shoot dry matter/plant and 100-seed weight had positive direct effects on seed yield/plant. Hence, selection on these traits could be improving seed yield in greengram.
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