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Agricultural Science Digest, volume 20 issue 2 (june 2000) : 93-95


Kailash Chandra, E.V. Divakara Sastry"', D. Singh
1Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics S.KN.College of Agriculture, RAU, Jobner-303329, India
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Cite article:- Chandra Kailash, Sastry"' Divakara E.V., Singh D. (2024). GENETIC VARIATION AND CHARACTER ASSOCIATION OF SEED . YIELD AND ITS COMPONENT CHARACTERS IN FENUGREEK. Agricultural Science Digest. 20(2): 93-95. doi: .
An evaluation of 72 lines of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) has shown
existence of high variability. for seed yield, number of pods per plant and protein content
while lowvariability was recorded for days to flowering and number of grains per pod. High
broad sense heritability and genetic advance estimates were obtained for protein content and
number of pods per plant. Based upon the correlations and path coefficient analysis it was
concluded that number of pods per plant, test wel'ght and plant height were the most
important trait
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