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A path coefficient analysis for quantitative traits in rice

, : A path coefficient analysis for quantitative traits in rice. Current Agricultural Research 8(2): 86-87

Information on yield correlations is derived from path analysis of data on 8 yield-related traits in 5 lines and 3 testers and their 15 F1 hybrids grown at Madurai during 1988-89.


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