The Shyri x Galena Barley Mapping Population
- L. A. Marquez-Cedillo, Department of Crop and Soil
Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331, USA (Luis.Marquez.Cedillo@orst.edu)
- T. Toojinda DNA Fingerprinting Unit, National Center
for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Kasetsart University, Kampangsaen
Campus, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand.
- P. M. Hayes Department of Crop and Soil Science, Oregon
State University, Corvallis, OR 97331, USA (Patrick.M.Hayes@orst.edu)
to the following cooperators:
- Dr. Hugo Vivar, Ing. Bernardo Ramirez, and Ing. Vicente Morales. ICARDA/CIMMYT, El Batan, Mexico
- Dr. Sergio Sandoval-Islas, Colegio de Postgraduados,
Instituto de Fitosanidad, Montecillo, Texcoco, Mexico
- Dr. Oswaldo Chicaiza, Dept. of Agronomy and Range
Science, UC-Davis, Davis, CA, USA (formerly INIAP, Ecuador)
Genetic resistance is the most cost-effective and environmentally appropriate approach to disease management in crop plants. The Shyri x Galena barley mapping
population is a resource for identifying regions of the genome associated with
quantitative and qualitative resistance to a range of diseases, including leaf rust, stripe rust, barley yellow dwarf virus, net blotch and scald. Shyri is a two-rowed feed barley developed by ICARDA/CIMMYT and released in Ecuador. Galena is a two-rowed malting barley belonging to the Coors Brewing Company, Inc.
This page provides
access to the data and analysis tools used by Toojinda et al. (2000) and to
previously unpublished data and analysis of scald and net blotch.
Toojinda, T., Broers, X.M. Chen, P.M. Hayes, A.
Kleinhofs, J. Korte, D. Kudrna, H. Leung, R.F. Line, W. Powell, and H. Vivar.
2000. Mapping qualitative and quantitative disease resistance genes in a
doubled haploid population of barley Hordeum
vulgare). Theor. Appl. Genet. 101:580-589.