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Articles by M.M. Rahaman
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.M. Rahaman
  M.M. Rahaman , G. Kabir , M.W. Khatun , S. Akhter , N. Yasmin and A. Mondal
  The present study was executed for intergeneric crosses reciprocally among four species of Triticum and Hordeum at the first step. Chemical treatment with GA3 yielded better result regarding seed setting. On an average 7.91% seeds were found to set and 68.24% seeds were found to germinate. Most of the hybrid seeds were shriveled, weak, smaller in size, sometimes intermediate and few of them resembled to that of their respective female parent. Seedling viability ranged from 45.45-58.33%. The F1 plants were vegetatively weak and resembled morphologically somewhat to their female parent. The spikes were very weak and the spikelets were found to arrange themselves on the rachis very laxly. All the hybrid plants were found to be sterile in nature.
  M.M. Rahaman , G. Kabir , A.M.S. Alam , N. Yasmin , S. Akhter and M.M. Ud-Deen
  The present study was carried out for making a keen observation on interphase nuclei of F1s and their respective parents. Mean values for chromocentre number were found to be higher that of their respective Hordeum parents and but lower than that of their Triticum parents. The number of chromocentres were always less compared to their chromosome number in all the F1s. The percentage of heterochromatin per nuclear area in different hybrids ranged from 24.69% (H. nudum x T. durum) to 28.38% (T. aestivum x H.nudum). Nuclear Volume (NV) and Interphase Chromosome Volume (ICV) were found to be proportionally related the number and size of chromosomes. Mean values for Interphase Chromosome Volume (ICV) in the hybrids were found to decrease when compared to Triticum species but increased when compared to Hordeum species.
 
 
 
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