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Vol. 8, Issue 5, Part I (2024)

Character association studies in wood apple (Feronia limonia L.) for yield and yield associated traits

Author(s): Akshay G Tayde, Ujwal A Raut, Akshay D Wawkar and Dnyaneshwar S Ravankar
Abstract: The current research trial was performed at Department of Horticulture, Dr. P. D. K. V., Akola (Maharashtra) on thirty-two years old wood apple orchard for examining genotypic, phenotypic and environmental correlation for yield and yield associated traits of wood apple genotypes. All these seedlings originated operating trees provide ample range for selecting acceptable genotypes containing higher yield potentiality coupled with better fruit quality characters having precocity in bearing, less spine intensity and another beneficial trait. Owing to the outcomes depicted in latest research analysis, the subsequent interpretations could be pinched. The mean sum squares examined for all the traits was observed significant, designating variations for various components. High GCV and heritability values exaggerated with sizable genetic gain also expresses additive gene effects controlling patrimony of analogous components. The correlation among the yield related traits such as pulp weight, pulp: skull ratio, fruit length, fruit diameter designated that better yielding ability linked along with mentioned yield related components. On account of yield and yield associated traits, AKWa2, AKWa6, AKWa1 and AKWa15 genotypes were observed promising for further crop enhancement schemes. As a result, these wood apple genotypes conceivably promoted for selection in improving fruit yield and sensory standards.
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How to cite this article:
Akshay G Tayde, Ujwal A Raut, Akshay D Wawkar, Dnyaneshwar S Ravankar. Character association studies in wood apple (Feronia limonia L.) for yield and yield associated traits. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(5):697-702. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i5i.1166
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