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Articles by M. Zubair
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Zubair
  M. Zubair , M. Anwar , A. M. Haqqani and M. A. Zahid
  The genotype-environment interaction for grain yield was studied in ten mash genotypes under six diverse environments. Significant differences among the genotypes and the environments indicated the presence of variability among the genotypes as well as the environments under study. Both predictable (linear) and unpredictable (non-linear) portions of variation were found to be significant indicating equal importance in determining the stability of grain yield. Genotype ‘9010’ was the most adaptable showing highest grain yield, average response and non-significant deviation from regression.
  A. Ghafoor , M.A. Zahid , Z. Ahmad , M. Afzal and M. Zubair
  Three hundred and ten mungbean lines were evaluated in the field for 9 quantitative traits at NARC, Islamabad, Pakistan (33.40 o N and 73.07o E). These showed high variance for yield contributing characters except pod length, seeds/pod and seed weight. Germplasm under investigation displayed a wide range of diversity for most of the traits. Pure-lines with unique characters which could help to identify, select and hybridize land races to induce evolution for important traits were identified and for that matter 44 pure-lines were selected and recommended for testing under wide range of agro-ecological condition in pursuit of best mungbean cultivars. Data on harvest index revealed that the genotypes from 25 to 40% harvest index exhibited better performance and thus this range is suggested as one of the criteria for future improvement in mungbean.
 
 
 
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