A Database for Triticeae and Avena
Barley Genetics Newsletter
Volume 44 - 2014
An elongated outer glume 1 spike (eog1) to the left and the third outer glume 1.b spike (trd1.b) to the right.
P. Bregitzer - U. Lundqvist - V. Carollo Blake
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The Barley Genetics
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for publication in the Barley Genetics Newsletter should be sent to the
Technical Editor, Dr. Phil Bregitzer (see Instructions to Authors on the
following pages for details on submission). Reports on research activities
(including ongoing projects, descriptions of new genetic and cytological
techniques, and current linkage maps) are invited for the Research Notes section.
Researchers are encouraged to submit descriptions of genetic stocks for the
Barley Genetic Stocks section. Letters to the editors are welcome and will be
published. Please inform the Technical Editor of any errors you notice in this
volume or in previous volumes; corrections will be published in future volumes,
and electronic copy will be appropriately corrected.
Coordinators assigned at the
International Barley Genetics Symposium should submit their reports by November
1, 2014 to:
Dr. Udda Lundqvist
Coordinator, Barley Genetics Newsletter
Nordic Genetic Resource Center (Nordgen)
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SE-230 53 Alnarp, Sweden
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The contributors of research
reports and the diligence of the many Coordinators make this publication
possible. Victoria Carollo Blake and the GrainGenes team at the USDA-ARS make
possible the electronic version of BGN.
TO VOLUME 44 (2014)
OF THE BARLEY GENETICS NEWSLETTER
Submissions will be published via
the internet (http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/ggpages/bgn/).
Approximately quarterly, new submissions will be appended to existing
submissions; the page numbers of existing submissions will not change and
citation information will remain constant. BGN 44 will consist of all
submissions received prior to the end of the calendar year of 2014, and will be
compiled into a printable version that will be available via the GrainGenes
website. Send submissions to:
Phil Bregitzer, BGN Technical Editor,
S. 2700 W.,
(voice) 208-397-4162 ext. 116; (fax) 208-397-4165
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