GENETIC DIVERSITY IN MUNGBEAN : PHENOLOGICAL, PHYSIOLDGICALAND YIELD FORMING TRAITS

Article Id: ARCC3695 | Page : 1 - 6,
Citation :- GENETIC DIVERSITY IN MUNGBEAN : PHENOLOGICAL, PHYSIOLDGICALAND YIELD FORMING TRAITS.Legume Research-An International Journal.2005.(28):1 - 6,
A. Bhattacharya and Vijaylaxmi
Address : Division of Physiology, Biochemistry and Microbiology, Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur'~ 208 024, India

Abstract

Twenty-five mungbean genotypes were evaluated in field under three replications, using principal component analysis genotypes grouped in ten distinct clusters based on nineteen parameters involying phenological, physiological and yield forming traits, Cluster number vm was the largest cluster having five genotypes, whereas clusters I, II, VI and X were large having three genotypes in each and these clusters accounted for 17 (68%) of the.genotypes. Geographical origin of genotypes did not show any relationship with genetic diversity.

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