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Breeding Self-Pollinated Crops

  • P. M. Priyadarshan
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Abstract

As a matter of fact, breeding procedures and schemes differ with the breeding behaviour of a particular species. At the beginning of each breeding programme, the breeder should decide on the type of cultivar to breed for release to farmers. The breeding method used depends on the type of cultivar to be produced. There are basic types of cultivars, viz., inbred pure lines, open-pollinated populations, hybrids and clones.

Keywords

Pure-lines  Open-pollinated cultivars Homozygous and homogeneous  Heterozygous and homogeneous  Homozygous and heterogeneous  Heterozygous and heterogeneous  Mass selection Pure-line selection Hybridization and pedigree selection Special backcross procedures Multiline breeding and cultivar blends Breeding composites and recurrent selection Hybrid varieties 

Further Reading

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. M. Priyadarshan
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  1. 1.Erstwhile Deputy DirectorRubber Research Institute of IndiaKottayamIndia

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