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Mutagen Induced Meiotic Chromosomal Abnormalities in Variety Asha of Mungbean


, : Mutagen Induced Meiotic Chromosomal Abnormalities in Variety Asha of Mungbean.

Present Investigation was carried out to find out the meiotic chromosomal abnormalities induced in the M, generation of Mungbean variety Asha. Meiotic chromosomal abnormalities of different frequencies observed, are univalent, Trivalents, Multivalents, Laggards, bridges and micronuclei which were recorded with Ethylmethane sulphonate (EMS) and Hydrazine hydrate (HZ). There is a dose dependent increase in the meiotic abnormalities and the highest frequency was recorded in EMS (0.4%) followed by HZ (0.04%).

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