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Articles by N. Bagheri
Total Records ( 3 ) for N. Bagheri
  N. Bagheri and N.B. Jelodar
  This study was conducted to determine the inheritance of callus induction and plant regeneration in rice anther culture. Low efficiencies of callus induction and green-plant regeneration have limited the application of anther culture in plant breeding programs. Four parents along with six F1 genotypes derived from a four-parent incomplete diallel mating set of two commercial lines (Amol2 and Amol3) and two local cultivars (Ghasroddashti and Rashti) were evaluated for their callus induction and plant regeneration abilities. The results showed that the callus induction, green-plant regeneration and the effects of genotype and genotypexmedium interaction were significant (p<0.01). The local cultivars generally had a higher percent callus induction, plant regeneration and number of calli producing green plants than the commercial lines. The parents showed significant difference in anther callus formation, from 4.01% (Amol2) to 22.26% (Rashti). Combining ability analysis demonstrated the predominance of additive gene effects in the control of both characters with the local cultivars having higher combining ability for green-plant regeneration. Also gene action to be partially dominant for both characters. Combining ability analysis revealed that both additive and dominant gene effects are important in controlling callus induction and green-plant regeneration in rice.
  N. Bagheri , N.B. Jelodar and A. Ghanbari
  In a diallel cross rice involving five varieties (Dailamani, Sange-tarom, Hasani, Shastak-Mohammadi and Daei-shastak), combining ability and gene action for yield and yield-related traits were estimated. The study indicated that both general and specific combining ability effects were significant and important for the more traits, except for primary branching of panicles and paddy width traits. This indicates the role of additive and non-additive gene effects in inheritance of the traits. Variances due to GCA were greater than those due to SCA for plant height, flag leaf width, primary and secondary branching of panicles and filled grain per panicle traits, suggesting the role of additive gene effects were predominant in inheritance of the traits. These characters have high heritability and selection for them may well succeed. But, low heritability of tiller number, flag leaf length, days to maturity, panicle length, paddy length and width, 1000-grain weight and grain yield characters, were because of a high amount of non-additive variance in the genetic variance. Thus these characters were important for production of hybrid variety and exploitation of heterosis. The GCA effects of each parent for these traits showed that the Shastak-Mohammadi and Daei-shastak are good general combiner for days to maturity and grain yield, respectively.
  Kiani Sh , G.A. Ranjbar , S.K. Kazemitabar , S.K. Kazemitabar , N. B. Jelodar , M. Nowrozi and N. Bagheri
  Gelatinization Temperature (GT) and Gel Consistency (GC) are important traits in determination of rice quality. In present study four rice cultivars namely Sang-e-Tarrom, Gerdeh, IR229 and IRRI2 have been utilized in hybridization as parents. In order to know about genetic characteristics and inheritance of the related traits, direct and reciprocal crosses have been conducted between parents Sang-e-Tarrom and Gerdeh and between IR229 and IRRI2. Inheritance of related traits have been studied in direct and reciprocal hybridizations for hard, intermediate and soft GC, low and high GT. For these evaluations P1, P2, F1, F2, BC1, BC2 generations and their reciprocal crosses have been utilized in present study. Results showed that gene hard GC dominates on intermediate and soft and also intermediate GT dominates on low. From direct and reciprocal crosses Gerdeh x Sang-e-Tarrom and IR229 x IRRI2 have been illustrated that GC and GT expressions are under monogenic control of one major gene corresponding with several modifier genes. Gene dosage effects play a tremendously important and effective role in segregation production among traits. Regarding to the obtained results selections can effectively be performed in later segregation generations for GC and in early generations for GT.
 
 
 
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