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Table 4 Performance of principal agronomic and grain quality traits of three ABL, which were selected as the most promising lines

From: Development of breeding lines with three pyramided resistance genes that confer broad-spectrum bacterial blight resistance and their molecular analysis in rice

Variety DTHz CL (cm) PL (cm) PN NGP FER (%) GY (t/ha) GW (g) L/W AC (%) PC (%) ADV (1–7)
Mangeumbyeo 115b 81 cd 19a 15a 108b 96b 7.86ab 19.9a 1.85 20.8a 6.3a 6.8b
IRBB57 115b 67a 23b 14a 128c 92a 7.57a 22.5b 3.04 24.5b 7.3b 2.0a
ABL4225 102a 73b 21ab 14a 118b 94ab 7.70ab 18.7a 1.74 19.9a 6.8ab 6.7b
ABL4228 103a 75bc 19a 15a 117b 93a 7.81ab 18.2a 1.78 19.1a 6.7ab 6.6b
ABL4242 114b 77bcd 20a 15a 120bc 95ab 7.98b 19.1a 1.74 20.5a 6.5ab 6.8b
  1. z DTH: days to heading, CL: culm length (cm), PL: panicle length (cm), PN: panicle number, NGP: number of grains per panicle, FER: fertility of spikelets (%), GY: grain yield (t/ha), GW: 1,000-grain weight of brown rice (g), L/W: ratio of seed length/width, AC: amylose content of milled rice (%), PC: protein content of brown rice (%), ADV: alkali digestion value (1–7), and a higher value indicates better quality. Means followed by the same letter are not significant at the 5% significance level by the least significant difference test (LSD = 0.05).