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Title of Thesis

Genetic Analysis Of Basmati Rice

Author(s)

Muhammad Yussouf Saleem

Institute/University/Department Details
Institute of Pure and Applied Biology / Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan
Session
2009
Subject
Botany
Number of Pages
176
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Genetic, Basmati, Rice, Analysis, Combining, branches, Taxonomic, Breeding, Agronomic, Maturity

Abstract
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GENERAL INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND INFORMATION

1.1 Taxonomic Status

1.2 Taxonomic status of Basmati rice
1.3 What is Basmati Rice
1.4 Rice Flower
1.5 Climatic Requirements
1.6 Constraints in breeding of Basmati rice
1.7 Importance of rice breeding
1.8 Aims and purpose

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3 2 GENETIC ANALYSIS THROUGH LINE TESTER ANALYSIS 9
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4 3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

3.1 Genetic variability

3.2 Combining ability analysis and gene action

3.3 Heterosis

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5 4 MATERIALS AND METHODS

4.1 Experimental site and season

4.2 Breeding material
4.3 Sowing plan of parental material
4.4 Raising of nursery seedlings

4.5 Transplanting of nursery seedlings
4.6 Fertilizer application
4.7 Plant protection measures
4.8 Irrigation Schedule
4.9 Line tester crosses
4.10 Crossing procedure
4.11 Harvesting of F1 seed
4.12 Field Experiment
4.13 Agronomic traits measured
4.14 Statistical analysis

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6 5 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

5.1 Genetic variability among parents

5.2 Range of characters and rating of desirable parents
5.3 Genetic variability among hybrids
5.4 Range of various characters and rating of desirable hybrids
5.5 Analysis of variance
5.6 Combining ability effects and mean performance
5.7 Contribution of lines, testers and line tester to the total variance
5.8 Estimates of genetic components
5.9 Heritability and genetic advance
5.10 Heterosis
5.11 Conclusions

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7 6 GENETIC ANALYSIS THROUGH TRIPLE TEST CROSS

 

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8 7 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

 

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9 8 MATERIALS AND METHODS

8.1 Analysis of variance

8.2 Detection of epistasis

8.3 Individual genotypic epistasis
8.4 Additive-dominance model
8.5 Additive variance component (D)
8.6 Dominance component (H)
8.7 Average degree of dominance
8.8 Direction of dominance (rs.d)

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10 9 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

9.1 Analysis of variance

9.2 Detection of epistasis

9.3 Individual lines showing epistatic deviations
9.4 Additive (D) and dominance (H) components
9.5 Conclusions

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11 10 GENERAL DISCUSSION

10.1 Genetic analysis through line tester analysis

10.2 Genetic analysis through triple test cross technique

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12 11 LITERATURE CITED

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