TAILIEUCHUNG - Qualitative and quantitative genetic variations in the F2 inter varietal cross of rice (Oryza sativa L.) under aerobic condition and parental polymorphism survey

Currently available rice varieties contain low percent of protein and many deficiency symptoms are predominantly seen in rice eating population are observed. To improve the efficiency of breeding for total grain protein in rice, a thorough understanding of the genetics of the trait concerned is essential. In order to address this problem we have identified promising local indica rice, (HPR14), which possesses relatively higher protein than cultivated rice. The rice protein normally posses 7-8 percent while the donor genotype identified has an average of percent total protein. | Qualitative and quantitative genetic variations in the F2 inter varietal cross of rice Oryza sativa L. under aerobic condition and parental polymorphism survey