Analysing genetic control of cooked grain traits and gelatinization temperature in a double haploid population of rice by quantitative trait loci mapping

@article{Govindaraj2008AnalysingGC,
  title={Analysing genetic control of cooked grain traits and gelatinization temperature in a double haploid population of rice by quantitative trait loci mapping},
  author={P Govindaraj and Kunnummal Kurungara Vinod and S. Arumugachamy and Marappa Maheswaran},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2008},
  volume={166},
  pages={165-176}
}
Cooking quality in rice grains is a complex trait which requires improvement. Earlier reports show varying genetic influence on these traits, except for a common agreement on waxy (Wx) and alkali degeneration (Alk) loci on chromosome 6. The present study involved 86 doubled haploid lines derived from an indica × japonica cross involving IR64 and Azucena. Grain parameters viz., raw grain length (RGL), raw grain breadth (RGB), cooked grain length (CGL), cooked grain breadth (CGB), gelatinization… CONTINUE READING
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