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shadan E, najafi zarrini H, Alizadeh B, Ranjbar G, kiani G. Correlation Relationships and Path Analysis of Traits Effective on Seed and Oil Yield in Some Canola Genotypes. Journal of Crop Production and Processing 2022; 11 (4) :35-51
URL: http://jcpp.iut.ac.ir/article-1-3087-en.html
Sari Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources University , najafi316@gmail.com
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Due to the increasing need of the country to imported edible oil and rapeseed importance among oilseeds, efforts to increase its grain yield and oil content are of high importance. Therefore, recognizing the traits that increase grain yield of rapeseed has an important role in the success of breeding programs. Thus, sixteen rapeseed genotypes were evaluated in a randomized complete block design with three replications in three regions with different climatic conditions in Iran, including Karaj, Isfahan, and Hamadan in 2016-2017. Traits such as number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod, grain yield, 1000-grain weight, plant height, height of the first branch, stem diameter, oil percent, number of days to flowering, number of days to the end of flowering, duration of flowering, and number of days to maturity were measured. Stepwise regression analysis showed that number of grain/pod, number of days to maturity and number of pods/plant (R2 = 97.7), number of pods/plant and number of days to maturity (R2 =78.4) and number of days to maturity and number of grains/pod (R2 = 45.5) accounted for total variations of grain yield in Karaj, Isfahan and Hamadan, respectively. The results showed that the number of days to maturity, number of pods/plant, number of grain/pods, stem diameter and plant height had the greatest positive effect on grain yield and oil content. Therefore, these traits can be used as suitable selection tools for increasing grain and oil yield in winter rapeseed breeding programs
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