Comparison of Germplasm Evaluation Parameters
Workers often screen crop germplasms based on one or more than one parameters. It is necessary that appropriate parameters are compared for efficacy and efficiency before the screening technique is standardized. An appropriate parameter will facilitate in locating a promising cultivar. Described in this chapter are four case studies involving insects with chewing and sucking mouthparts.
KeywordsGermplasm Evaluation parameters Efficacy Efficiency
The authors are thankful to the authorities of University of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, Shivamogga, and Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, for the encouragement.
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