HELIA 06

Table of contents

Possibilities of increasing the genetic variability of sunflower due to seed quality composition
W. Schuster, I. Kübler (F. Rep. of Germany) . .....5

Inheritance of oil percent in sunflower seeds
Salem Abd-Elkreem, Badr A. Elahmar, Hasan Galal and Mohammad Abou Gazala (Egypt).....13

Genetic variability of sunflower cultivars in response to drought
E. Fereres, C. Gimenez, J. Berengena, J. Eemâsuiez-M, Juan Dominguez (Spain) .17

Genetic variability of sunflower reaction to the attack of Phomopsis helianthi Munt.-Cvet. ,el al.
A. V. Vrânceanu, N. Csép, N. Pîrvu and F. M. Stoenescu (Romania) .....23

Evaluation of some sunflower genotypes for resistance to Orobanche cumana Wallr. in Turkey
E. Indelen, A. O. Uludere, B. Kiral, M. Salihoglu, R. Tunali (Turkey).......27

First report of Alternaria helianthi on sunflower from Pakistan
M. Siddique Mirza, Akhtar Beg, A. Yasmin (Pakistan) .....33

Chemical control of sunflower cryptogamic diseases in Romania
Horia Iliescu, N. Csép, Mihaela Craiciu (Romania).......35

Effect of calcium, sulphur and boron on sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) yield and quality
V. Reddeppa Reddy, C. V. Patil (India)....................41

Information and Reports

Sunflower production in India
K. Giriraj (India) ......................49

Diseases of sunflower in Pakistan, 1982 
M. Siddique Mirza, Akhtar Beg (Pakistan).......................55

Report on travel to Italy, Spain and Portugal (June, 1983)
Dragan Skoric (Yugoslavia) ......................57

Rapport de mission en Roumanie et Italie du 13 au 18 Juin 1983
Yves Regnault (France)..................61