Hafiz Ghazanfar Abbas, Abid Mahmood and *Qurban Ali
The present study was conducted at Cotton Research Institute, Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, and Faisalabad Pakistan during 2012. The boll size of Sbe-18 was large; tapering shape, good opening and leaf was of medium size as compared to all other varieties. It was concluded that higher heritability and genetic advance was found for monopodial and sympodial branches, nods to first flower days, number of bolls and plant height. Significant genotypic and phenotypic correlations were found for monopodial and sympodial branches, number of bolls, staple length and fibre fineness. Higher heritability, genetic advance and correlation indicated that selection may be helpful for the improvement of yield and quality of cotton.
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