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

Table of Contents, pp. iv-vi (this file)

I. Special Notices
1. The Third International Barley Genetics Symposium, pp. 1-2
2. Pre-Symposium meeting for International Committee for Nomenclature and Symbolization of Barley Genes and Coordinators for Chromosome and Genetic Stocks of Barley. pp. 1-2
3. Barley Genetics Newsletter, p. 3
4. Call for manuscripts to BGN Vol. 6, 1976, pp. 2-4
5. Barley Genetics Dictionary, p. 4
6. Exchange of other publications with Barley Genetics Newsletter, pp. 4-5

II. Research Notes
1. DNA content of dormant barley leaf nuclei.  Z. U. Ahmed and Om P. Kamra, p. 6
2. The intergeneric hybrid Hordeum - Elymus. F. Kh. Bakhteyev and E. M. Darevskaya, p. 7
3. Producing marker genes on a specific chromosome. D. R. Clark and R. T. Ramage, p. 8
4. Balanced tertiary trisomic 27c msg2. C. E. Fastnaught and R. T. Ramage, p. 9
5. Morphology and reproductive characteristics in trisomic 7, Semierect. G. Fedak, p. 10
6. Lethal chloroplast mutations linked to the msg2 locus. C. A. Foster, p. 11
7. Genetic and linkage studies of the five types of induced 'six-row' mutants. Fukuyama, T., J. Hayashi, and R. Takahashi, p. 12
8. The synaptinemal complex and chromosome pairing in haploid barley. C. B. Gillies, p. 13
9. Induction of haploids from anthers in vitro. J. Grunewaldt and S. Malepszy, p. 15
10. Gene order near the centromere of chromosome 2. P. T. Gymer, p. 16
11. Strange behavior of a white stripe mutant in barley. T.E. Haus, p. 19
12. Induction of haplo-viable mutations linked with the msg2 locus. J. M. Hernandez-Soriano and R. T. Ramage, p. 20
13. Reverse mutation at the ligule-less locus (li) of barley. T. Konishi, p. 21
14. Indications for a necessary revision of the barley karyogramme. G. Künzel and H. Nicoloff, p. 23
15. Giemsa banding of barley chromosomes. Ib Linde-Laursen, p. 26
16. Confirmation of double trisomics by protein electrophoresis. R. G. McDaniel, p. 27
17. Mitochondrial efficiency in eight-paired barleys. R. G. McDaniel, p. 29
18. Primary trisomics in Ingrid barley. S. L. Morgan and R. T. Ramage, p. 30
19. Evidence for two independent high lysine genes in barley. S. R. Muench, A. J. Lejeune, R. A. Nilan, and A. Kleinhofs, p. 31
20. Lack of chromosome breakage by azide in embryonic shoots and microspores of barley. R. A. Nilan and 0. W. Pearson, p. 33
21. Barley pollen culture. 0. W. Pearson and R. A. Nilan, p. 35
22. Some of the barley genetic studies in progress at the Swedish Seed Association. G. Persson, L. Lehman, G. Hagberg, P. Hagberg, K.-E. Karlsson, and B. Nilsson, p. 40
23. Inheritance of a 4-rowed mutant in barley. G. Prasad and D. V. S. Tyagi, p. 40
24. Linkage of male sterile genes with seedling lethal genes. M. M. Rahman and R. F. Eslick, p. 42
25. Induction of mutations for seedling lethality on chromosome 2. R. T. Ramage and J. M. Jones, p. 44
26. Translocation linkage tests - T2-7a x male sterile genes. R. T. Ramage and R. F. Eslick, p. 46
27. Mapping chromosome 6. R. T. Ramage and M. Paluska, p. 49
28. Cytological and breeding behavior of a large fragment of chromosome 6. R. T. Ramage, M. Paluska, and R. F. Eslick, p. 51
29. Improvement of barley grain quality by chemical mutagenesis. V. M. Shevtsov, V. G. Ryadchikov, and Y. A. Gruntsev, p. 53
30. Induced erectoid mutants in barley at low seed moisture content. J. Singh and R. M. Singh, p. 54
31. An early dwarf mutant induced in Hordeum vulgare var. 'Amber' with gamma-ray at low seed moisture level. J. Singh and R. M. Singh, p. 55
32. Linkage analysis of barley mutants. R. Takahashi, J. Hayashi, T. Konishi, and I. Moriya, p. 56
33. Five more cases of maternal chlorina in barley. T. Tsuchiya  60
34. Further information on the inheritance of some striped (streaked) mutations in barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 63
35. Allelic relationships of some morphological and chlorophyll mutants in barley. T. Tsuchiya, p. 64
36. Trisomic analysis of nine mutant genes in barley. T. Tsuchiya and R. L. Haines, p. 67

III.  Genetic and Cytological Techniques
1. Progress through loss. G.A. Wiebe, p. 70

IV.  Coordinator's Report
1. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 4. T. E. Haus, p. 72
2. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 5. J. Jensen, p. 72
3. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 6. K.J. Kasha, pp. 75
4. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 7. G. Fedak, p. 76
5. Report from coordinator:  Translocations, and balanced tertiary trisomics. R.T. Ramage, p. 76
6. The genetic male sterile barley collection. E.A. Hockett, p. 84
7. Reports from coordinators:  Desynaptic genes. J.R. Scheuring, and R.T. Ramage, p. 86
8. Designation of genes in barley for reaction to Erysiphe graminis (DC) Merat hordei Em. Marchal. J. G. Moseman, p. 87
9. Stock list for the eceriferum mutants III. U. Lundqvist and D. von Wettstein, p. 88
10. Report by coordinators on chloroplast genes: Progress report II on diallelic tests between mapped chloroplast genes and chloroplast genes in stock collection at Copenhagen. D. von Wettstein and K. Kristiansen, p. 88

V. Current Linkage Maps.
1. Recent linkage maps in barley, p. 92

VI. Description of Genetic Stocks, p. 95

VII. List of Genetic Stocks, p. 171

VIII. List of Recent Publications, p. 175 (not included)

IX. Errata
1. Errata in barley genetics newsletter, p. 178
2. Errata in the barley genetics literature, p. 178

X. Mailing List, p. 179 (not included)
1. Additional  list of new subscribers, p. 179
2. Change of address from Volume 4 listings, p. 181

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