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Comparative Characteristics of Productivity Elements Among Film and Huskless Forms Of Oat

M. G. Muslimov, K. U. Kurkiev, N. S. Taimazova, G. I. Arnautova, B. G. Magaramov


The study of comparative agrobiological characteristics of productivity elements and their conjugation among various sort samples of huskless and filmed forms of oats was carried out under the conditions of the Republic of Dagestan.
In the Republic of Dagestan, oats one of the promising grain fodder and fodder crops. The interest in this culture is explained by high feed qualities of grain, vegetative mass and protein content.
The study of correlation links showed that the main structural elements of head productivity, of which the final result is developed i.e. a crop, closely interact with each other positively. The revealed negative interrelationships of 1000 grain weight with the head length and the number of grains among huskless oats confirm our conclusion about the expediency of breeding-valuable genotypes search and selection according to this feature.
AS-7 was revealed among the studied varieties of oats and among film forms in terms of productivity, and Aldan among huskless forms, both from Kemerovo region.


oats, naked grain sort, filminess, productivity, correlation.

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