Advances in rice genetics by D S Brar; B Hardy

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This system is more advantageous in that it uses simpler and more economical hybrid seed production and a broader choice of male parents for enhancing yield potential because the maintainer and restorer genes employed in the current three-line hybrid breeding system are not required. The trait has shown monogenic inheritance and three independent genes, tms1 (Yang et al 1992), tms2 (Maruyama et al 1991), and tms3 (Borkakati and Virmani 1996), were reported. Few other TGMS sources have been reported.

Current developments in salinity and drought tolerance in plants. 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.

The variety with low pollen fertility did not necessarily have low spikelet fertility or vice versa. This meant that pollen semisterility does not seem to lower the spikelet fertility of F1 hybrids. These results agreed with those obtained by Ikehashi and Araki (1984) and Ikehashi and Wan (1998). The variety with more than 70% spikelet fertility in the F1 with both testers was considered to be widely compatible. Of 85 bulu varieties, 21 showed F1 fertility (>70%) with both testers, which were considered to be WCV.

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