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Articles by G. N. Panhwar
Total Records ( 2 ) for G. N. Panhwar
  G. N. Panhwar , A. R. Soomro , Rehana Anjum , Saira Bano Babar , A. M. Memon and A. W. Soomro
  Two preliminary earliness indicators (days taken to open first flower and main stem node number of first sympodial branch) were evaluated in an experiment, to check their reliability and also to screen out most early varieties for further exploitation in breeding programs as well as at the farmers fields. The results demonstrated that DNH-49 significantly opened its first flower (44 DAP) earlier than other strains hence was observed as early maturing variety followed by CRIS-82 (45 DAP). CIM-482 opened its first flower after 48 days of planting and was observed as late, followed by FH-900 (47 DAP). As regards the second character (node number of first sympodial branch), the same trend of earliness was observed as in days taken to open first flower. Accordingly, DNH-49 produced significantly lowest main stem node number of first sympodial branch (7.1) and was recorded as early followed by CRIS-82 (7.2) and NIAB-999 (7.3). CIM-482 and FH-900 were observed as late strains in the test which produced significantly highest main stem node number of first sympodial branch (8.6) followed by BH-121 (8.5). The results demonstrated that the two indicators studied are reliable and efficient while predicting the earliness of any variety during the crop development stage.
  G. N. Panhwar , A. D. Kalhoro , A. H. Soomro , G. H. Tunio , G. H. Kalwar and M. S. Chang
  Heterosis studies were carried out in six intra specific hybrids of G. hirsutum L. for number of sympodial branches, number of bolls, boll weight and seed cotton yield per plant on an average performance. All hybrids gave better results than their parents. Highest increase of hybrids 69.23% for boll weight was over their parents was observed followed by 64.24% for seedcotton yield, 22.97% for number of bolls and 19.62% for number of sympodia per plant.
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