Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Maharashtra
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A study was undertaken in 125 high oleic advanced breeding lines along with 5 checks of groundnut to find genetic variability present among them at Main Agriculture Research Station UAS, Dharwad in two seasons, Summer 2013-14 and Kharif 2014. Analysis of variance revealed significant variation among the high oleic advanced breeding lines, seasons and genotype x season interaction for all the traits evaluated. Pod yield was recorded to be positively and significantly correlated at both genotypic and phenotypic levels with pod weight per plant, shelling per cent, 100 seed weight, kernel yield, per cent mature kernels, number of mature pods per plant and oil yield.
Keywords: Variability, Oil, Protein, Oleic/Linoleic ratio, correlation
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