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Genetic Variability, Correlation and Path Analysis in Rice under Optimum and Stress Irrigation Regimes

Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 2011;3(4):134-142 DOI 10.15835/nsb346280

 

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Journal Title: Notulae Scientia Biologicae

ISSN: 2067-3205 (Print); 2067-3264 (Online)

Publisher: University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj-Napoca

Society/Institution: Horticulture and Forestry Society from Transylvania (SHST)

LCC Subject Category: Agriculture: Agriculture (General) | Science: Science (General)

Country of publisher: Romania

Language of fulltext: English

Full-text formats available: PDF

 

AUTHORS


Mina ABARSHAHR (University of Guilan, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Departament of Agronomy and Plant Breeding)

Babak RABIEI (University of Guilan, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Departament of Agronomy and Plant Breeding)

Habibollah Samizadeh LAHIGI (University of Guilan, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Departament of Agronomy and Plant Breeding)

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Double blind peer review

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Time From Submission to Publication: 12 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

In order to estimate genetic variability and relationships among some agronomic traits of rice an experiment were conducted with 30 varieties of rice under two irrigation regimes. There were significant differences among the varieties for all traits. Broad-sense heritability varied from 0.05 for brown grain width to 0.99 for plant height and number of spikelet for panicle under optimum irrigation and from 0.1 for brown grain width to 0.99 for plant height. Evaluation of phenotypic and genotypic coefficient of variations (CV) showed that the lowest and highest phenotypic CV under optimum irrigation regime was observed to panicle fertility percentage and paddy yield and genotypic CV was related to brown grain width and plant height, respectively, while under drought stress condition, days to 50% flowering had the lowest phenotypic and genotypic CV and paddy yield and plant height had the highest phenotypic and genotypic CV. Furthermore, the lowest and highest expected genetic advance using selection intensity of 10% (i=1.75) were evaluated for brown grain width and plant height under optimum irrigation regime, respectively. Path analysis for paddy yield indicated that the number of spikelet per panicle and flag leaf length had positive direct effects and days to complete maturity and plant height had negative direct effects on paddy yield under optimum irrigation condition, while flag leaf width and number of filled grains per panicle had positive direct effects and days to 50% flowering had negative direct effect on paddy yield under drought stress condition.