TABLE OF CONTENTS 
VOLUME 13


Front Cover Diagram: Nucleolar dominance in barley (p iv)

Introductory Pages:
Cover Page
Foreword (p. iii)
Acknowledgments
Table of Contents (pp. v-vii; not included here)
I. Special Notices (p. 1-1a)

II. Research Notes
1.  Deficiency of 6L in diploid barley. R.A. Finch, pp. 2-3
2.  The hap gene causes facultative pseudogamy in barley. R.A. Finch, pp. 4-6
3.  The WPBS genetic male sterile barley collection. C.A. Foster, M. Fothergill and A.D. Hale, pp. 6-8
4.  Allelism studies of new genetic male sterile barley stocks in the WPBS collection. D.A. Dawi and C.A. Foster, pp. 9-11
5.  Attempts to establish a balanced male sterile-semidominant chloroplast mutant linkage for hybrid barley. C.A. Foster and D.A. Dawi, pp. 11-13
6.  Chloroplast membrane protein differences between uzu, uzu-wst3, and a normal barley cultivar. H. Ahokas, pp. 14-16
7.  Further notes on the incompatibility between Hordeum vulgare L. cv. Vada x H. bulbosum L. R.A. Pickering, pp. 17-19
8.  Frequency of tetraploid and triploid androgenetic plants of winter barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). W. Friedt and B. Foroughi-Wehr, pp. 19-21
9.  Additional information on the Triplo 7S in barley. A. Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 22-23
10. Further studies on acrotrisomic for 5S5L (formerly meta 1A) in barley. A. Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 23-24
11. Telotrisomic analysis in Triplo 3S in barley. A. Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, p. 25
12. Telotrisomic analysis of the gene ac2 (albino seedling) in Triplo 1S in barley. Azizeh Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, p. 26-27
13. Additional information on telotrisomic analysis with triple marker stock (br, fc, gs3) on the short arm of chromosome 1. Azizeh Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 27-28
14. Additional information of genetic analysis with acrotrisomic lLlS and triple marker stock f8 lk2n. Azizeh Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 28-29
15. Enhancement of gamma ray-induced mutation frequency in barley by post-treatment with Ethidium bromide (EB). J. Singh, B.N. Singh and R.M. Singh, pp. 29-30
16. Spring habit mutants in barley. Yasuo Ukai, pp. 30-32
17. Duplication of chromosome segments in barley chromosomes 6 and 7. Gunborg Hagberg, Arne Hagberg and Theresa Sodkiewicz, pp. 32-35
18. Biochemical evidence for two sub-families of genes at the Hor 2 locus. P.R. Shewry, M. Kreis, B.G. Forde, S. Rahman and B.J. Miflin, pp. 35-37
19. Biochemical mutants from the barley embryo selection system. Simon Bright, Joseph Kueh and Ben Miflin, pp. 37-42
20. A further study on linkage of the "dusky" mutant, dsk. J. Hayashi, I. Moriya and R. Takahashi, pp. 42-44
21. Primary trisomic analysis of three mutant genes in barley. Elizabeth Furst and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 44-46
22. New telosomic and acrosomic trisomics in barley. Elizabeth Furst and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 47-48
23. Primary trisomic analysis of a mutant "gigas" in barley. J.W. Shim, E. Furst and T. Tsuchiya, p. 49
24. Linkage of the f6 chlorina mutant on chromosome 7. K.C. Falk and K.J. Kasha, pp. 50-51
25. Powdery mildew resistance gene Ml-a8 (Reglh8) in northwest European spring barley varieties. J. Helms Jørgensenand H.P. Jensen, pp. 51-53
26. Location to barley chromosomes of genes for some major grain protease inhibitors. J. Hejgaard, S. Bjørn and G. Nielsen, pp. 53-54
27. A pericentric inversion in chromosome 3 of a translocation line of barley. Ib Linde-Laursen, pp. 54-55
28. Localization on barley chromosome 4 of genes coding for B-amylase (Bmyl) and protein Z (Pazl). Gunnar Nielsen, Hanne Johansen, Jens Jensen and Jørn Hejgaard, pp. 55-57
29. Localization on barley chromosome 5 of the locus Pgd2 coding for phosphogluconate dehydrogenase. Gunnar Nielsen, Hanne Johansen and Jens Jensen, pp. 57-59
30. Localization on barley chromosome 6 of the gene Acol coding for aconitate hydratase. Gunnar Nielsen and Hanne Johansen, p. 59
31. Hybrids between Hordeum pubiflorum and Triticum aestivum. George Fedak, p. 59
32. Reaction of Hordeum bulbosum L. to Japanese races of powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei). Ganesh Prasad, S. Yasuda and T. Konishi, pp. 60-62
33. Location of a light green dwarf mutant on chromosome 2. R.T. Ramage and R.A. Ronstadt-Smith, pp. 62-64
34. Chromosome location of shrunken endosperm mutants seg6g and seg8k. R.T. Ramage, pp. 64-65
35. Progress in the production of aneuhaploid plants by using hap gene in barley. T. Tsuchiya and A. Shahla, pp. 65-66
36. Official symbols for shrunken endosperm and defective endosperm mutants. R.T. Ramage, pp. 67-69
37. Two new types of trisomics in barley. J.W. Shim and T. Tsuchiya, p. 70
38. The occurrence of polypolid plants in the progenies of trisomic plants in barley. D. Chapman and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 71-72
39. Reciprocal translocations in sodium azide treatments in barley. A.R. Prina, G. Hagberg and A. Hagberg, pp. 72-77
40. Erysiphe graminis resistance in the Hordeum murinum complex. Barbara Giles and John Barrett, pp. 78-82
41. New data about a gene for branching inflorescent rachilla located on barley chromosome 7. H.E.B. Larsson, pp. 82-83
42. Association of the gene o for orange lemma with the short arm of chromosome 6 (6S) in barley. Azizeh Shahla, J.W. Shim and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 83-84
43. Proposed new gene symbol for two different mutant types for zebra Colorado, or zoned leaf. T. Tsuchiya, p. 84
 

III. Genetic and Cytological Techniques
1. Theoretical segregating ratios in telotrisomic analysis. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 85-87
 

IV. Reports from Coordinators
1. Overall coordinator's report. T. Tsuchiya, p. 88
2. Chromosome 1 (no report)
3. Chromosome 2: Dr. Wolfe agreed to serve as the coordinator for chromosome 2.  Report will begin in BGN, Vol. 14. (no other report)
4. Chromosome 3. R. Takahashi, pp. 89-93
5. Chromosome 4. T.E. Haus, pp. 93-94
6. Chromosome 5. J. Jensen, pp. 94-97
7. Chromosome 6 (no report)
8. Chromosome 7. G. Fedak, p. 97
9. Genetic Stock Center, Fort Collins, Colorado U.S.A. T. Tsuchiya, p. 98
10. Trisomic and aneuploid stocks. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 98-99
11. Translocations and balanced tertiary trisomics. R.T. Ramage, p. 100
12. Inversion (no report)
13. Desynaptic genes. R.T. Ramage & J.L.A. Eckhoff, p. 100
14. Autotetraploid (no report)
15. Pest resistance genes (no report)
16. Ear morphology genes (no report).
17. Eceriferum genes (no report)
18. Chloroplast genes (no report)
19. Male sterility genes (no report)
20. Anthocyanin genes (no report)
21. Lysine and hordein genes:Dr. H. Doll accepted responsibility to serve as a coordinator. Report will be prepared for BGN Vol. 14. (no further report)
22. Semidwarf genes (no report)
23. Earliness genes (no report)
24. Haploid barley (no report)

V. Current Linkage Maps of Barley
1. Linkage maps of barley, 1983. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 101-106

VI. Description of Genetic Stocks. pp. 107-121.

VII. List of Barley Genetics Stocks
1. Master list of barley genes. Bodil Søgaard, R.A. Nilan and D. von Wettstein, pp. 122-151
2. Supplementary list No. 1 (to master list of barley genes): Genes for reaction to Erysiphe graminis hordei (powdery mildew). Bodil Søgaard and J. Helms Jørgensen, pp. 152-160
3. List of genetic stocks with BGS numbers. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 161-177
 

VIII. List of Recent Publications on Barley Genetics, p. 178 (not included)
1. 1982 Publications  178-180
2. 1981 Publications (Supplement), pp. 180-181
3. Recent publications on barley genetics from Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen, Denmark, 182-186

IX. Errata
1.  Barley Genetics Newsletter. p. 187

X. Mailing List (Supplement), p. 188 (not included)
1. New subscribers - Libraries
2. New subscribers Personal
3. Address change Libraries
4. Address change Personal

XI. Index for Volume 13, p. 191 (not included)

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