Implications of heterosis and combining ability among productive Single cross hybrids in tomato

@inproceedings{Sekhar2010ImplicationsOH,
  title={Implications of heterosis and combining ability among productive Single cross hybrids in tomato},
  author={Lekshmi Sekhar and B. Guru Prakash and Prakash M Salimath and Channayya. P. Hiremath and O. A. Sridevi and Akshay Patil},
  year={2010}
}
Ten tomato commercial and productive single cross hybrids extensively grown in Northern Transitional Zone of Karnataka were planted in the field at UAS, Dharwad following RBD design with three replications. A 10 x 10 diallel set was generated by crossing these single cross hybrids in all possible combinations (excluding reciprocals) and 45 double cross hybrids were planted during February, 2007 with three replications with a view to estimate heterosis and combining ability to facilitate… CONTINUE READING

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