TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 15

Introductory Pages: 
Foreword (p. iii)
Note on Financial Support (p. iv)
Front Cover Diagram (p iv)
Table of Contents (pp. v-vii)
I. Special Notices (p. 1)
Thirteenth American Barley Researchers Workshop (pp. 1; 2)
Notice of change in policy on publication costs (pp. 1; 3)
Call for contribution of manuscripts for Barley Newsletter, Vol. 16, 1986 (pp. 2; 4)
Notes on payment (pp. 3; 5)
Call for manuscripts for BGN Vol. 16, 1986 (p. 3)

II. Research Notes
1. Localization of induced genes for powdery mildew resistance. G. Robbelen and M. Heun, p. 4-7

2. The isolation and characterisation of photorespiratory mutants of barley Hordeum vulgare L. cv. Maris mink, P.J. Lea, N.P. Hall, A.C. Kendall, A.J. Keys, B.J. Miflin, J.C. Turner and R.M. Wallsgrove, p.7-10

3. Induced multinoded mutants in barley. G. Prasad and D.K. Tripathi, p. 10-12

4. A diallel analysis of the expression of "irregulare" condition in barley spikes. K. Takeda and W. Saito, p. 13-14

5. Varietal variation of water sensitivity in Asian barley varieties. K. Takeda and T. Fukuyama, p. 15-16

6. Linkage of a trypsin inhibitor locus (Itc1) and two esterase loci (Est1 and Est4) with marker loci on barley chromosome 3. G. Nielson and Jorn Hejgaard, p. 16-18

7. Induction of dwarfing mutations in spring barley. S.E. Ulrich and A.L. Hodgdon, p. 18-20

8. Two segmental tetrasomics that constitute chromosome 5 of barley. M.D. Sheedy and R.T. Ramage, p. 20-22

9. Assignment of mutants in Morex to chromosomes. R.T. Ramage and J.L.A. Eckhoff, p. 22-25

10. New trisomics in barley. A. Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, p. 25-26

11. Further information in telotrisomlc analysis in barley. A. Shahla and T. Tsuchtya, p. 26-27

12. Genetic studies with proanthocyanidin-free barley. D.E. Falk, p. 27-30

13. Heterosis in hybrids of spring barley mutants. A. Fuglewicz and M. Maluszynski, p. 30-32

14. Genetic analysis of spike characters of barley mutants. M. Gaj and M. Maluszynski, p. 32-33

15. Dihaploids of H. murinum L. and H. secalinum Schreb. from interspecific crosses with H. bulbosum L. M. Gaj and M.D. Gaj, p. 33-34

16. Hordeum vulgare autotriploids. J. Balkanjieva, p. 34-38

17. Mapping the barley genome using restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs). P.R. Shewry, p. 39

18. Geographical distribution of the two dominant complementary genes for hybrid weakness in barley. T. Konishi, p. 39-41

19. Natural occurrence of reciprocal translocation in barley. T. Konishi and K. Takahashi. P. 41-43

20. Ecological features of Japanese two-rowed cultivars. S. Yasuda and J. Hayashi, p. 43-46

21. Association of a mildew resistance gene JM1-h in Hanna 906 with chromosome 6. J. Hayashi and H. Heta, p. 46-47

22. Trisomic analysis of a fragile stem mutant found in Kobinkatagi 4. J. Hayashi and I. Moriya, p. 47-48

23. The effects of mutant high lysine genes on the amount and composition of hordein. P.R. Shewry, S. Parmar and J. Franklin, p. 48-51

24. Hordein mutants for barley Hrd loci. V.P. Netsvetaev and A.A. Sozinov, p. 51-55

25. The amphiploid between Hordeum californicum and Triticum aestivum, G. Fedak, p. 55

26. New find accordion rachis and its inheritance in barley. B.H. Lee, p. 55-57

27. Genetic studies of resistance to barley yellow mosaic virus of German winter barley cultivars. W. Friedt, 58-61

28. The micro gametic lethal gene "let", its potential use in a hybrid barley system, and the discovery of the haploidy initiator gene ?hap" ("let", "hap" with hybrid barley). L. Lehmann, G. Hagberg and P. Hagberg, p. 61-65

29. Ripening and yield in barley with high-lysine gene lys-3a. I. Kreft, B. Javornik and L. KaJfez-Bogataj, p. 65-67

III. Genetic and Cytological Techniques, p. 68
1. A proposal for marker facilitated intercultivar gene transfer in spring barley. J.D. Franckowiak, p. 68-72

IV. Reports from Coordinators
1. Overall coordinator's report. T. Tsuchiya, p. 73
2. Chromosome 1. S.E. Ullrich, p. 73-74
3. Chromosome 2, p. 74 (no report)
4. Chromosome 3, p. 74 (no report)
5. Chromosome 4, p. 74 (no report)
6. Chromosome 5. J Jensen, p. 74-77
7. Chromosome 6, p. 77 (no report)
8. Chromosome 7. G. Fedak, p. 78
9. Genetic Stock Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.A. T. Tsuchiya, p. 79
10. Trisomic and aneuploid stocks. T. Tsuchiya, p. 79
11. Translocations and balanced tertiary trisomics. R.T. Ramage, p. 79-80
12. Inversion, p. 80 (no report)
13. Desynaptic genes. R.T. Ramage and J.L.A. Eckhoff, p. 80
14. Autotetraploids, p. 80 (See report II)
15. Pest resistance genes, p. 80 (no report)
16. Ear morphology genes, p. 80 (no report)
17. Eceriferum genes, p. 80 (See VII. 1. p. 00-00)
18. Chloroplast genes, p. 80 (no report)
19. The genetic male sterile barley collection. E.A. Hockett, p. 81

V. Current Linkage Maps Of Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). T. Tsuchiya, p. 82-86

VI. Description of Genetic Stocks, p. 87-88
1. Gigas, p. 88

VII. List of Barley Genetic Stocks, p. 89
1. Stock list for the eceriferum mutants VII. U. Lundqvist, and D. von Wettstein, p. 89-93

VIII. List of Recent Publications on Barley Genetics, 94 (none)

IX. Errata, p. 94 (none)

X. Mailing List, p. 95 (not included)
1. Libraries of universities and institutions, p. 95-103 (not included)
2. Personal, p. 104-127 (not included)

XI. 1. Index for Volume 15.  Index for sections II and III, p. 128-129 (not included)
 

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