SELEKSI GENERASI M2 BERUMUR GENJAH HASIL IRADIASI BEBERAPA KULTIVAR PADI LOKAL SUMATERA BARAT

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Title SELEKSI GENERASI M2 BERUMUR GENJAH HASIL IRADIASI BEBERAPA KULTIVAR PADI LOKAL SUMATERA BARAT
 
Creator Utami, Puteri Rizki; Sekolah Tinggi Pertanian Haji Agus Salim
 
Subject Paddy; local Variety; Genjah
 
Description Penelitian berjudul Seleksi Generasi M2 Yang Berumur Genjah Hasil Iradiasi Beberapa Kultivar Lokal Sumatera Barat dengan tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mendapatkan genotype calon mutan yang berumur  genjah.  Penelitian ini telah dilakukan di Kabupaten Dharmasraya (SUMBAR). Penelitian ini menggunakan kultivar padi lokal, yaitu; Sijunjuang, Kuriak Kusuik. .Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah metode seleksi silsilah. Kesimpulan akhir bahwa: mutan Calon di M2 generasi iradiasi Sijunjuang kultivar yang terdiri dari: a) 2 genotipe mutan calon yang sangat genjah(104 hss), b) 153 calon genotipe mutan yang genjah (110 hss - 120 hss), c) 18 genotipe mutan calon yang genjah dan memiliki kriteria tinggi untuk ideal, dan d) 2 genotipe potensial mutan yang genjah dan memiliki jumlah ideal anakan, e) memiliki 7 calon genotipe mutan yang memiliki bobot gabah kering panen diatas rata-rata produksi deskripsi kultivar Sijunjuang mutan calon generasi M2 iradisasi hasil Kuriak Kusuik terdiri dari: a) 2 genotipe mutan calon yang sangat genjah (104 hss), b) 76 calon genotipe mutan yang genjah (113 -124 hss), c) 323 kandidat untuk genotipe mutan sedang (126 -140 hss), d) 123 genotipe calon mutan genjah dan memiliki kriteria tinggi untuk ideal The study titled Seleksi  Padi Generasi M2 yang Berumur Genjah Hasil Iradiasi Beberapa Kultivar Lokal Sumatera Barat with the aim of the research is to obtain genotypes that old early maturin mutant candidates.The experiment was conducted in Kabupaten Dharmasraya (SUMBAR). This study used two local rice cultivars, namely; Sijunjuang, KuriakKusuik, in radiation. The method used in this study was the pedigree selection method. In this study, The final conclusion that: Candidate mutants in M2 generation irradiated Sijunjuang cultivars consisting of: a) 2 genotypes of candidate mutants that are very early maturing (104 hss), b) 153 candidates mutant genotypes that are early maturing (110 hss - 120 hss), c) 18 genotypes of candidate mutants that are early maturing and has high criteria for an ideal, and d) 2 genotype potential mutant that is early maturing and has the ideal total number of tillers, e) has 7 candidates for the mutant genotype which has a weight of dry grain harvest above average production average description of cultivars Sijunjuang candidate mutants in M2 generation iradisasi Kuriak Kusuik resulted consist of: a) 2 genotypes of candidate mutants that are very early maturing (104 hss), b) 76 prospective mutant genotypes that are early maturing (113 -124 hss), c) 325 candidates for the mutant genotypes that are currently (126 – 140 hss), d) 123 genotype of mutant candidates that were very early maturing and has high criteria for an ideal.
 
Publisher Lembaga Layanan Pendidikan Tinggi (LLDIKTI) Wilayah X
 
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Date 2018-11-21
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournal.kopertis10.or.id/index.php/bibiet/article/view/1060
10.22216/jbbt.v3i1.1060
 
Source Jurnal BiBieT; Vol 3, No 1 (2018): BIBIET; 10-16
Jurnal BiBiet; Vol 3, No 1 (2018): BIBIET; 10-16
2502-0951
10.22216/jbbt.v3i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ejournal.kopertis10.or.id/index.php/bibiet/article/view/1060/1221
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 Puteri Rizki Utami
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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