IJCRR - 6(12), June, 2014
INTER CORRELATION STUDIES AMONG YIELD AND ITS CONTRIBUTING TRAITS IN BREAD WHEAT GENOTYPES GROWN IN HARYANA, INDIA (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)
Author: Sumit Chhibber, Divya Jain
Category: General Sciences
The attainment of maximum crop yield is an important objective in most breeding programmes. Grain yield is a complex trait influenced by a number of yield contributing traits. Information on the association of morpho-agronomic traits with grain yield forms a basis for any successful breeding programme. The present study was conducted to estimate the inter-relationships and interdependence between grain yield and its contributing as well as influencing traits by computing coefficients of simple, partial and multiple correlations analysis for the currently cultivated three bread wheat genotypes in Haryana, namely, HD 2932, HD 2967 and HD 2851.The varieties were evaluated for the traits-shoot height, tiller numbers, grain yield, 1000-grain weight, vegetative dry matter content, reproductive dry matter content, biological yield and harvest index. The results revealed that the grain yield depicts significant positive correlation with shoot height, tiller number, vegetative dry matter content, and reproductive dry matter content and biological yield. Based on the results, it is reasonable to assume that high yield of wheat plants in these genotypes could be obtained by selecting breeding materials with high tiller number, reproductive dry matter content and biological yield.
Keywords: Triticumaestivum L., correlations, grain yield, biological yield.
Sumit Chhibber, Divya Jain. INTER CORRELATION STUDIES AMONG YIELD AND ITS CONTRIBUTING TRAITS IN BREAD WHEAT GENOTYPES GROWN IN HARYANA, INDIA (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) International Journal of Current Research and Review. 6(12), June, 12-18
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