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Fast-Track Introgression of “QTL-hotspot” for Root Traits and Other Drought Tolerance Traits in JG 11, an Elite and Leading Variety of Chickpea

 

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  1. Vol. 9 No. 3
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    Published: October 6, 2016


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doi:10.3835/plantgenome2013.07.0022er

The Plant Genome 6, doi: 10.3835/plantgenome2013.07.0022

A calculation error for standard deviation was made in the original version of this manuscript. Corrections were made in three instances as follows.

Abstract: Root trait phenotyping of these ILs showed higher rooting depth (RDp) (average 115.21 ± 2.24 cm) in all 29 ILs, better root length density (RLD) (average 0.41 ± 0.02 cm cm-3) in 26 ILs, and higher root dry weight (RDW) (average 1.25 ± 0.08 g per cylinder) as compared to the recurrent parent, JG 11 (111.70 cm for RDp, 0.39 cm cm-3 for RLD, and 1.10 g per cylinder for RDW), as well as the donor parent, ICC 4958 (114.20 cm for RDp, 0.45 cm cm-3 for RLD, and 1.25 g per cylinder for RDW).

Page 5: In fact, 26 out of 29 ILs showed better RLD as an average 0.41 ± 0.02 cm cm-3 in comparison to the recurrent parent JG 11(0.39 cm cm-3)”.


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SD± 6.43±1.19 2.24±0.40 0.02±0.00 0.08±0.01
 

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