Introductory pages (pp. i-iii)
Title page, p. i
Foreword, p. ii
Acknowledgments, p. iii
Front page diagram, p. iii

Table of Contents (this file)

I. Special Notices
1. Call for contributions to BGN. Vol. 3, p. 1
2. BGN. Vol. 1 still available, p. 1
3. Materials to be included in Barley Genetics Newsletter, p. 1
4. Correction of Dr. Ilse Nover's address in Barley Genetics Newsletter, p. 2
5. Third International Barley Genetics Symposium, p. 3
6. Barley Genetics Literature, p. 3
7. Barley Genetics Literature, p. 4
8. Genetic stocks for Re2, wst3 and Lk, p. 4
9. Announcement of the International Symposium regarding the questions of yielding capacity and breeding of barley, which is being planned in Czechoslovakia in 1972, p. 5
10. Remarks to the proposals and comments on genetic symbolization, etc. in BGN, Vol. 1., p. 5
11. Remarks to the proposals in the Report of the Barley Genetics Committee, Aberdeen, August 1970, p. 8
12. Comments on "The Proposals from Aberdeen Meeting in 1970", p. 9
13. Report from the Barley Genetics Committee of the American Barley Research Workers' Conference, p. 10
14. Report from the International Committee of Nomenclature and Symbolization of Barley Genes, p. 16
15. Mailing list preparation, p. 20

II. Research Notes
1. Isolation of high protein strains of barley. H. C. Bansal, p. 21
2. Control of chromosome elimination in Hordeum vulgare - H. bulbosum hybrids. I. R. Barclay, K. W. Shepherd and D. H. B. Sparrow, p. 22
3. Effect of phosphate treatments on chromosome pairing in desynaptic barley. G. Fedak, p. 24
4. A test for allelism of 32 induced six-rowed mutants. T. Fukuyama, J. Hayashi, I, Moriya and R. Takahashi, p. 25
5. Translocations and genetic analysis of other mutants. H. Hauser and G. Fischbeck, p. 28
6. Gene mapping on chromosome 5. J. Jensen and J. Helms Jørgensen, p. 29
7. Chromosome location of locus mlo conditioning resistance to powdery mildew. J. Helms Jørgensen [p. 31]
8. Allelic diversity in the U.S.D.A. world barley collection. A. L. Kahler and R. W. Allard, p. 32
9. Linkage studies on a gene for high lysine content in Hiproly barley. K. E. Karlsson, p. 34
10. Barley haploid studies. K. J. Kasha, E. Reinbergs, W. A. Johns, N. C. Subrahmanyam and K. M. Ho, p. 36
11. Effect of temperature on chlorophyll content of induced viable chlorina mutants of Himalaya barley. A. Kleinhofs and R. L. Warner, p. 41
12. An incomplete dominant chlorophyll mutation on chromosome 1. T. Konishi, p. 43
13. Linkage of Bl and ms-v on chromosome 4. G. D. Kushnak, p. 45
14. Induced mutation variability of spring barley hybrids and their parents. Y. T. Manzyuk and M. R. Kozachenko, p. 46
15. Combination of mutation variability with hybridization in heterozygous hybrids of barley. V. T. Manzyuk and M. R. Kozachenko, p. 47
16. Radiosensitivity and use of its generalizing indicators in barley hybrids and cultivars. V. T Manzyuk and M. R. Kozachenko, p. 48
17. Chromosomal location of nuclear genes coding for mitochondrial malate dehydrogenase. R. G. McDaniel, p. 49
18. Effects of kinetin on photosynthesis and growth response of barley trisomics. R. G. McDaniel, p. 51
19. Genetic studies of induced viable chlorina mutants of Himalaya barley. B. J. Millham and A. Kleinhofs, p. 53
20. High lysine barley - a summary of the present research development in Sweden. L. Munck, p. 54
21. Radiation-induced growth depression and gibberellic acid content of barley seedlings. M. M. Nawar, E. G. Sideris and R. A. Nilan, p. 60
22. Selection of trisomic plants in chromosome 3-trisomic barley strains by means of esterase isozymes. G. Nielsen, p. 62
23. Possible origin of aneuploids. O. Pearson,  R.A. Nilan, p. 65
24. Desynaptic genes in barley. R. T. Ramage and J. Hernandez-Soriano, p. 65
25. Tertiary trisomics balanced for ms1, for ac2 and for both ms1 and ac2. R. T. Ramage and M. Paluska, p. 68
26. Morphological and chemical analyses of putative 2-row induced mutants in barley. T. Redlinger and R. A. Nilan, p. 70
27. Kinetic studies on the induction of the inhibition of repair of radiation damage in barley. C. Sander, A. Kleinhofs, C. Konzak and R. A. Nilan, p. 71
28. The influence of barley stripe mosaic virus on the frequency of triploids and aneuploids in barley. J. Sandfaer, p. 72
29. Frost hardiness in spring barley and negative heterosis for this character in a cross of spring x winter barley. E. Schwarzbach, p. 74
30. New linkage data obtained in 1971. R. Takahashi, J. Hayashi and I. Moriya, p. 74
31. Allelism testing of seven chlorina mutants in Trebi barley. M. McMullen, p. 76
32. Allelic relationships among glossy seedling mutants. T. E. Haus and T. Tsuchiya, p. 79
33. Allelism testing of various mutations in barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 80
34. Genetics of uz, uz2 and uz3 for semi-brachytic mutations in barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 87
35. Karyotype analysis of telotrisomic type for telocentric chromosome 5A. T. Tsuchiya, p. 90
36. Cytogenetics of telotrisomics in barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 93
37. Trisomic analysis of short awned mutant in barley. T. Tsuchiya and R. J. Singh, p. 99
38. Ditelotetrasomic plant for telocentric chromosome 4 S in barley. T. Tsuchiya and R. J. Singh, p. 100
39. Hypertriploid plants in the progenies of primary trisomic for chromosome 4, Robust. T. Tsuchiya and R. J. Singh, p. 100
40. A case of paracentric inversion affecting genetic behavior of a white streak gene. T. Tsuchiya, p. 104
41. New karyotype in a genetic stock, Utah T3, for purple lemma and pericarp (Re 2). T. Tsuchiya and J. Menke, p. 105
42. Cytological identification of a translocation accompanied by a gene mutation. T. Tsuchiya, p. 107
43. Tight linkage of the awnless gene in Englawnless with the Vv locus. G. A. Wiebe, p. 108
44. Blue aleurone caused by complementary genes in very close translinkage. G. A. Wiebe, p. 109
45. "Stubble" gene. G. A. Wiebe, p. 109
46. Another case of paracentric inversion in a genetic stock, Engleawnless, for Lk of barley. T. Tsuchiya and R. J. Singh, p. 110

III.  Genetic and Cytological Technique
1. Hastened reproduction of barley hybrids in glasshouses. F. Kh. Bakhteyev, p. 112
2. Maintenance and multiplication of male sterile stocks without progeny testing. C. A. Foster, p. 114
3. Building up genetic stocks of marker genes. I. Transfer to the Bonus genotype. G. Persson and A Hagberg, p. 115
4. Maintenance and efficient use of lethal seedling mutations in barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 120
5. The use of infrared photography in characterizing chlorophyll mutants. M. McMullen, p. 121

IV.  Reports from Coordinators
1. Recombination values of four genes on chromosome 1. R. F. Eslick, E. A. Hockett, and G. D. Kushnak, p. 123
2. Information of linkage and mapping of genes on chromosome 3. R. Takahashi, p. 127
3. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 4. T. E. Haus, p. 132
4. Barley chromosome 5. N. A. Tuleen, p. 133
5. Translocations and balanced tertiary trisomics. R. T. Ramage, p. 135
6. Trisomics and aneuploids. T. Tsuchiya, p. 138
7. Coordinator's report on the genetic male sterile barley collection. E. A. Hockett, p. 139
8. Report on genes for resistance to pests. J. G. Moseman, p. 145
9. Function and activity of Genetic and Aneuploid Stock Center. T. Tsuchiya, p. 147
10. Problems in barley genetics: Report from overall coordinator for genetic and linkage studies of barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 153
11. New symbols alloted and revision of previous symbols. T. Tsuchiya, p. 156

V. Current Linkage Maps
1. New linkage maps of barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 163

VI. List of Genetic Stocks
1. Additional barley genetic stocks for genes mapped or associated to chromosomes available at Genetic Stock Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.A. T. Tsuchiya, p. 168
2. A multiple stock in Brandon, Canada. R. I. Wolfe, p. 170
3. Multiple marker stocks in Kurashiki, Japan. R. Takahashi, p. 170

VII. Description of Genetic Stocks, p. 172

VIII. Letters to the Editors, p. 201

IX. Corrections of Barley Genetics Literature
1. Location of the lr gene on chromosome 2. T.E. Haus, p. 203

X. Mailing List, (not included)
1. Libraries of universities and institutions (p. 204)
2. Personal (p. 206)

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