BECAUSE of the fact that most of the quantitative characters are greatly influenced by environment, the phenotypic variability among a collection ofgenetic
stocks does not give a true indication of the potential genotypic variability.
To get an idea of the genotypic variability existing among the varieties with
regard to the quantitative characters of economic importance it becomes
necessary to study them under an array of distinguishable environments. In
the present study, a collection of indigenous and exotic varieties of gram (Gicer
an'etinum L.) was evaluated under different environments.
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