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Genetic Diversity of South Chadian Sorghum Landraces Assessed Through Quantitative and Qualitative Traits
International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology
Plant genetic resources and germplasm are fundamental sources for plant breeding, and the assessment of the genetic diversity among germplasm accessions is useful to facilitate the more efficient use of plant genetic resources. The current study was carried out to estimate genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance to select genotypes and traits for breeding. In the experiment undertaken, fifty-three sorghum landraces were evaluated for selected seven qualitative and fourteendoi:10.3126/ijasbt.v7i4.26920 fatcat:fuewdq2mi5dhxbdsokgnmtnjyq