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Prof. Ali Abd El-Maksoud El-Hosary :: Publications:

Authors: S.A.N. Afiab, AA. Abul-Naas and A.A. EI-Hosary
Year: 1999
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New twenty eight F5 lines of bread wheat were selected (rout I iO F1 faiiiilics aecording to their supcrioij( in ield atid one or morc olds auribuics and evaluated with their parents and the tecuruiuuiciidcd check vartctv (Sakha X in 1996/1997 grottui season iiiidei Ras Siidr saliiiitv conditions, Significani nican sqii:irc dificrences among all cnotvpes were detected in respect to all traits recorded Wide and significant diI1rences among the nets k’ F wheat hues for all characters sscrc observed. The cesen lines. 60,. 403. 303, 2n. 410. 104 and tiO2 ranked as the best newly gdnoIïxs fur grain yicld!pt:inl tinder the cspcnmcntal conditions and ieldcd more Ihait thc best parent by: 11.34. 2W72. 27 92. 27.72. 27,42. 26.65 and 21 69%, respectivek’. This snpcnorit contributed to a hili value for one or ubre of thc ‘ie1d attributes. Phenotypic correlation enerncients showed posliive relationship for grain yield/plant wنhi cadi of nmiiuibcr of grains/spike and lito- grain weight indicating flint selection for cadi or both characters ssoiild he accoimipanied by high yielding abihit under similar cuis iron,ncm,ts

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