Advances in rice genetics by D S Brar; B Hardy

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A genetic analysis on the fertility of Shan-type hybrid rice with wild rice cytoplasm. Acta Agron. Sin. 9(4):241-247. References Notes Ali AJ, Rangaswamy M, Rajagopalan R, Mohammed SEN, Manickam TS. 1998. TNRH 16: a salt-tolerant rice hybrid. Int. Rice Res. Notes 23(2):22. Ali AJ, Rangaswamy M, Rajagopalan R, Naina Mohammed SE. 1996. Hybrid rice for salt-affected soils. TNAU Newsl. 25(12):2. Authors’ addresses: A. E. Naina Mohammed, and R. M. Vijayakumar, Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad 500 030, India.

0 t ha–1 or more over the highest-yielding variety in national tests in one or more locations. Of these 50, as many as 36 restorers appeared in the same group during both years of testing, indicating 72% reproducibility. 8%, respectively. These findings, based on 2-y data, were similar to our earlier observations (Vijayakumar et al 1999). A careful look at the hybrid evaluation data further revealed that most of the hybrids that exhibited heterosis in many test locations or over years had restorers from the medium group.

However, heterosis levels in the F1s derived from the crosses of these parents showed low to intermediate heterosis for plant height, maturity, harvest index, and grain yield. In contrast, heterosis was high for LAI, root length, root weight, and number of tillers plant–1. 30*) when all F1s were used in the analysis (Table 1). 81 PR1A Bo A 913 A Zhangyu PR28127 PR2A SN62a IR58025 A E2-208 SN45b O-71 Toyosake E2-50 1xS-24 1xS-30 Fig. 2. Dendrogram of 15 parental lines used to develop 3-line hybrids based on 45 SSR marker variants.

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