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Induction of variability in quantitative characters of rice through mutagenic treatments


, : Induction of variability in quantitative characters of rice through mutagenic treatments. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 10(2): 119-124

Seeds of the variety Co29 were treated with gamma rays or ethyl methanesulphonate and variability in five characters was studied in the M2, M3 and M4 generations. The characters were duration (number of days from sowing to harvest), plant height, ear length and the numbers of ear per plant, and spikelets per panicle.

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