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Title: Crossability behavior and inter-relationship among nine different species of Capsicum
Authors: S Patil, Anil Kumar
Guide/Chairperson: D P, Singh
Keywords: Crossability
behavior
inter-relationship
Capsicum
Issue Date: 1983
Year of Submission: 1983
Abstract: Cytomorphological studies in 9 capsicum species (C. pendulum, C. praetermissum, C. chacoensa, C. sinense, C. microcarphum, C. fasciculatum, C. baccatum, C. frutescens and C. annuum) and their 17 F1 hybrids were conducted at IIHR, Bangalore. High crossability, high pollen fertility and low meiotic irregularities were observed in the following F1 hybrids which can be used successfully in a breeding programme for disease resistance. Sl.No. Successful hybrids C. praetermissum x C. baccatum C. praetermissum x C. annuum C. microcarphum x C. pendulum C. fasciculatum x C. praetermissum C. fasciculatum x C. annuum C. baccatum x C. praetermissum C. fasciculatum x C. annuum C. annuum x C. praetermissum C. fasciculatum x C. baccatum The above cross combinations indicate their close relationship with each other genetically. 69
URI: http://www.erepo.iihr.ernet.in/handle/123456789/360
University in which they received their degree: University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore
Degree Level: M.Sc
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