Research Notes : Extent of selfing during crossing in soybean

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1982-04-01
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Ram, Hari
Verma, V.
Singh, Kamendra
Pushpendra
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Soybean is a strictly self-pollinated crop and crossing between two va-rieties is rather difficult due to small size of flowers and low pod setting (Ram et al., 1981). The crossed pods usually have reduced size and, hence, have fewer seeds/pod. The seeds obtained from the crossed pods may include some seeds that might be due to selfing while crossing.

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