A Database for Triticeae and Avena
IV.11. New symbols alloted and revision of previous symbols.
T. Tsuchiya, Department of Agronomy, Colorado State University, Fort
Collins, Colorado 80521, U.S.A.
This report includes two items; (1) New symbols alloted, and (2) Revision
of previous symbols. Included are only recent results. There may be some
missing results and/or mistakes in citation. Comments and suggestions are
We have noticed many mistakes in the previous summaries and reviews.
These will be included in the next issues. We would like to make as many
corrections as possible. If readers noticed any mistakes or strange descriptions
please prepare a note and send it to T. Tsuchiya, Colorado State University.
They will be compiled and published in Barley Genetics Newsletter.
1. New gene symbols allotted.
Table 1 is the list of new gene symbols alloted to new mutants since
the last summary by Robertson (11).
2. Revision of previous symbols.
Since the last summary (Robertson, 1971), allelism tests showed that
several genes having designated symbols found to be allelic to other genes.
Several new mutants have also found to be allelic to previously designated
genes. Table 2 is the list of these cases.
Table 1. List of new gene symbols allotted to barley
characters since 1969
Table 1. (continued). (p. 158)
Table 1. (continued). (p. 159)
Table 2. List of genes allelic to previously established
Table 2. (continued). (p. 161)
1. Cotten, J. and J. D. Hayes. 1969. Genetic resistance to the cereal
cyst nematode (Heterodera avenae). Heredity 24:593-600.
2. Eslick, R. F. and E. A. Hockett. 1967. Allelism for awn length, lk2,
in barley (Hordeum species). Crop Sci. 7:266-267.
3. Haus, T. E. and T. Tsuchiya. 1972. Allelic relationships among glossy
seedling mutants. BGN 2 79-80.
4. Hauser, H. and G. Fischbeck. 1972. Translocations and genetic analysis
of other mutants. BGN 2:28-29.
5.Hockett, E. A. 1972. Coordinators report on the genetic male sterile
barley collection. BGN 2 139-144.
6. Jarri, A. J. and R. F. Eslick. 1971. Description of genetic stocks
in the Barley Genetic Stock Center at Fort Collins, Colorado - Shrunken
endosperm. BGN 1:190-193.
7. Koniski, T. 1971. A new smooth-awn gene on chromosome 6. BGN 1:25-26.
8. Konishi, T. 1972. An incomplete dominant chlorophyll mutation on
chromosome 1. BGN 2:43-45
9. Matchett, R. 1968. Grandpa gene gp in barley (Hordeum). Ph.D,
Thesis. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 123 pp, Mimeo.
10. McMullen, M. 1972. Allelism testing of chlorina mutants in Trebi
barley. BGN 2:76-19.
11. McProud, W. L. and R. F. Eslick. 1971 Description of genetic stocks
in the Barley Genetic Stock Center at Fort Collins, Colorado - Glossy sheath.
12. Roane, C. W. and T. M. Starling. 1970. Inheritance of reaction to
Puccinia hordei in barley. III. Phytopath. 60:788-790.
13. Robertson, D. W. 1967 Linkage studies of various barley mutations
(Hordeum species). Crop Sci. 7:41-42.
14. Robertson, D. W. 1971. Recent information of linkage and chromosome
mapping. Barley Genetics II (Proc. IInd Intern. Barley Genetics Symp):220-242.
15. Robertson, D. W., G. A. Wiebe, R. G. Shands and A Hagberg. 1965
Summary of linkage studies in cultivated barley, Hordeum species:
Supplement III, 1954-1963. Crop Sci. 5:33-43.
16. Tsuchiya, T. 1969. Characteristics and inheritance of radiation-induced
mutations in barley. Some extreme mutations. Induced Mutations in Plants:573-590.
17. Tsuchiya, T. 1971. Trisomic analysis of grandpa 2 (gp 2) BGN 1:62.
18. Tsuchiya, T. and D. W. Robertson. 1971. Association of a chlorina
mutant with chromosome 3. BGN 1:64-65.
19. Tsuchiya, T. 1972a. Allelism testing of various mutations in barley.
20. Tsuchiya, T. 1972b. Genetics of uz, uz2 and uz3 for semi-brachytic
mutations. BGN 2:87-90.
21. Tsuchiya, T. 1972c. A case of paracentric inversion affecting the
genetic behavior of white streak gene. BGN 2:104-105.
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