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0 = completely sterile, PS = partially sterile, F = fertile, MF = moderately fertile, HF = highly fertile. fertility as compared with the nil effect of t5t5t6t6t7t7; therefore, the effects of genes t5, t6, t7, and T7 on male fertility were all equal to zero. 4%, respectively. 1 times larger in magnitude compared with that of the T6 gene (Table 3). 5%. The cumulative effects of T6 and T5 were close to normal fertility since the plants with the genotypes t5t5T6- and T5-t6t6 were not distinguishable from the normal fertility class (Table 3).
Tandojam (Pakistan): AEARC. p 207-239. Epstein E, Kingsbury RW, Norlyn JD, Rush DW. 1979. Production of food crops and other biomass by seawater culture. In: Hollaender A, Aller JC, Epstein E, San Pietro A, Zaborsky OR, editors. The biosaline concept: an approach to the utilization of underexploited resources. New York: Plenum. p 7779. Yeo AR, Flowers TJ. 1984. Mechanisms of salinity resistance in rice and their role as physiological criteria in plant breeding. In: Staples RC, Toenniessen GH, editors.
These observations had many implications for hybrid breeding. First, the isolation of restorers from CMSbased heterotic hybrids, otherwise called isocytoplasmic restorers, can be considered as an effective method for developing new restorers. Second, the observation that the derived lines are more heterotic than their paternal parent indicated that the gene or gene combinations responsible for heterosis were inherited from the hybrid and their progenies down the selfing generations. Bharaj TS, Virmani SS, Khush GS.
Advances in rice genetics by D S Brar; B Hardy