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Genetics of flowering time in bread wheat Triticum aestivum - Indian ...

Genetics of flowering time in bread wheat Triticum aestivum - Indian ...

epresentative cultivars

epresentative cultivars were chosen for inclusion in the present study. The sample included both pregreen and postgreen revolution cultivars. Included were varieties developed for the conventional wheat cropping season (HD2687 or Pusa Shresth, Lok1, VL401, GW496, PBW343, HD2851 or Pusa Vishesh, NP846 and C591) that is sowing of seeds in second half of November and harvesting of crop in late March / early April, and those suitable for very late sowing in early January (WR544 or Pusa Gold, GW173, K7903 or Halna and Sonalika). The extensively characterized experimental line Sushil Kumar et al. Chinese Spring was included as the internal control. The panel of the above wheat lines was evaluated for their flowering times under natural environmental conditions at New Delhi. For each of the lines, seeds were sown in the middle of each calendar month from April 2005 to March 2010. The mean values of days to flowering from the date of seed sowing and corresponding thermal degree days and total day length for the flowering times of 13 lines for 12 dates of seed sowing are shown in figure 3. By sowing them every month of the calendar year the behaviour of the tested lines could Figure 3. Effect of seasons on the flowering time (d, number of days from seed sowing to heading of principal tiller) of 12 Indian cultivars and the line Chinese Spring of the spring bread wheat Triticum aestivum. The seeds were sown in the middle of each month, starting from 15 April 2005 to 15 March 2010. Each flowering time value is average of observations over five years. Given above of each of the flowering time point are the corresponding averages of thermal degree days to flowering (top) and total day length (d) for flowering time (bottom). 38 Journal of Genetics, Vol. 91, No. 1, April 2012

e studied under a continuum of environments. From the observations presented in figure 3, the crops of each line that had the shortest and longest flowering times were identified. In concurrence with the day length data (figure 1), for each line the observed shortest and longest flowering times were treated equal to their flowering times under LD (>12 h light) and SD (

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