ENVIRONMENT has a great bearing upon many of the economically important
characters which are quantitatively inherited. Thus it becomes difficult to
judge whether the observed variability is heritable or due to the environment.
It is, therefore, necessary to break up the observed variability into its heritable
and non-heritable components. The present investigation was carried out to
assess the genotypic variability in grain yield and in quantitative components
contributing to yield in barley so as to assist the plant breeder in forming a basis
for selection under rainfed conditions.
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Print ISSN: 0019-5200
Online ISSN: 0975-6906
S. K. SHARMA, K. B. TREHAN and P. D. BHARGAVA info_circle