By J. N. Hillgarth
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RAMIAH ‘Swathi’, 19 Cross Road, Bangalore 12, India Improvement of the rice crop by selection in natural populations has been practiced with satisfactory results in many countries of Asia since the beginning of this century. With the rediscovery of Mendelism early in this century, plant breeders in the West started to use it in planning their breeding program. Except in Japan, crop improvement work in all Asian countries was in the hands of foreign scientists trained in the West. Genetic studies on rice were initiated somewhat later.
These observations indicate the genetic variability present in barthii in Madagascar. Such natural variability may possibly also be found in the related Asian species. Further study is required before their taxonomy can be established. References on p. 255 REPORT OF A POLL ON ORYZA SPECIES TE-TZU CHANG The International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines In rice literature the taxonomic status of the genus Oryza is unsettled. The number of recognized species varies from 13 (SASAKI, 1935) to 23 (CHATTERJEE, 1948; SAMPATH, 1962), depending on the particular classification scheme followed.
B. Presl officinalis Wall. ex Watt latifolia Desv. alta Swallen grandiglumis (Doell) Prod. brachyantha A. Chev. et Roehr. angustifolia C. E. Hubbard (described in 1950 perrieri A. Camus tisseranti A. Chev. Rhynchoryza subulata (Nees) Baill. (excluded from Oryza ) (2) Oryza latifolia, alta and grandiglumis, – SAMPATH (1962) recently suggested to lump these three species under the name Oryza latifolia. My examinations indicate that the intermediates between alta and latifolia are not found in the collections from the West Indies, Central America, and the northernmost parts of South America.
The Spanish Kingdoms 1250-1516 by J. N. Hillgarth