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Research Article

Ageing Effects, Generation Means, and Path Coefficient Analyses on High Kernel Elongation in Mahsuri Mutan and Basmati 370 Rice Populations

Table 2

Generation means and interaction of ageing and nonageing treatments for grain quality traits in a population derived from a cross between MR219 × Mahsuri Mutan.

TraitsMGLCGLMGWCGWHKEPCLW

Mahsuri Mutan6.54a11.10a1.76e1.93d1.65a0.55a3.71a
MR2195.56b7.23e2.14a2.38a1.37d0.17c2.60d
F16.08c9.72b2.03b2.19b1.52c0.49a2.99c
F25.75d9.09c1.97c2.13c1.51c0.51a2.94c
BCP1(Mahsuri Mutan)6.42e11.19a1.84d2.11c1.59b0.52a3.49b
BCP2(MR219)5.44f8.14d2.15a2.35a1.37d0.37b2.53e

Ageing treatment
 Ageing (90°C, 3 hours)5.83a9.98a2.01a2.26a1.62a0.47a3.00a
 Nonageing5.97b8.92b1.97b2.11b1.38b0.45b2.99a

MGL: milled grain length; CGL: cooked grain length; MGW: milled grain width; CGW: cooked grain width; HKE: high kernel elongation ratio; PC: proportionate change; LW: length-width ratio. Means followed by different letters in the same column are significantly different at based on DMRT.

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