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Combining ability through diallel analysis in bread wheat


, : Combining ability through diallel analysis in bread wheat. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 28(4): 145-149

Combining ability studies were made in a 9 x 9 diallel cross of wheat in normal (timely sown, irrigated) and stress (timely sown, rainfed) environments for days to heading, plant height, tiller number, total biomass, grains per ear, 1000-grain weight and grain yield per plant.

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