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

Table of Contents, pp. v-viii (this file)

I. Special Notices
1. Publication of Chemical Mutagenesis in Plants,  p. 1
2. Call for waxy Endosperm Mutants in Barley, p. 1
3. The National Seed Storage Laboratory, p. 2
4. D.W. Robertson's reprints are available,  p. 2
5. Back number of Barley Genetics Newsletter, p. 3
6. Call for contributions to Barley Genetics Newsletter, Volume 7, 1977, p. 3

II. Research Notes
1. Male sterile mutants of barley. III. Additional inaperturate mutants. H. Ahokas, pp. 4-6
2. Attempts at combining the yield and protein quality in barley. H.C. Bansal and S. Bhaskaran, pp. 6-7
3. Rye dwarf gene introgression into barley. L.S. Bates, K.A. Mujeeb, R. Rodriguez R., and R.F. Waters,  pp. 7-8
4. An induced albino mutation on chromosome 6. D.R. Clark and R.T. Ramage, pp. 8-9
5. Translocation T6-7aq. D.R. Clark and R.T. Ramage, p. 9
6. Approximate position of the chlorina mutants f4f4 and f8f8 on chromosome 1. R.F. Eslick, pp. 10-13
7. Male sterile genes on chromosome 1. R.F. Eslick, pp. 14-20
8. Positioning sex 1 on chromosome 6. R F. Eslick and M.N. Ries, pp. 21-22
9. Meiosis in 8 chromosome paired barley. G. Fedak, pp. 23-24
10. Meiosis in 8 chromosome barley haploids. G. Fedak, pp. 24-26
11. A single gene determining two new aleurone colours in barley. R.A. Finch and G.E. Porter, pp. 26-27
12. Research notes. G. Fischbeck and H. Haüser, pp. 28-29
13. In vitro pollination of barley with rye and bread wheat. J. Grunewaldt, pp. 29-30
14. Heterosis for grain size in six-row x two row F1 hybrids. P.T. Gymer, pp. 30-33
15. Performance of the lemma awn isogenic lines of Atlas in the Canadian prairies. S. Jana, pp. 33-37
16. Additional information on the position of the centromere on barley chromosome 5. J. Jensen, pp. 37-38
17. New linkage data with the ml-o locus on barley chromosome 4. J.H. Jørgensen and H.P. Jensen, pp. 39-40
18. Allelism tests with some chlorina mutants. A. Kleinhofs and B.J. Millham, pp. 40-41
19. Identification by Giemsa staining of the barley chromosomes and their arms. Ib Linde-Laursen, pp. 41-43
20. Identification of an interchange between chromosome 2 and 5 in Risø Mutant 56 - a high lysine line. Ib Linde-Laursen and Odd-Arne Olsen, pp. 43-44
21. Translocation linkage studies and translocation breakpoints. L. Lehmann, P. Hagberg, and G. Hagberg, p. 45
22. Location of the esterase locus Estl on barley chromosome 3. G. Nielsen and S. Hvid, pp. 45-46
23. Barley chromosome identification with the C-banding Giemsa stain technique. K Noda and K. J. Kasha, pp. 47-50
24. Location of vacuole initiation in microspores in barley. M. Okamoto and G. Röbbelen, p. 50
25. Branching in barley spikes. G. Prasad , pp. 50-51
26. Linkage relationships in an induced translocation involving chromosomes 2 and 6. G. Prasad, pp. 51-52
27. Linkage of spontaneous mutant seedling lethal genes with genetic male sterile genes. M.M. Rahman and R.F. Eslick, pp. 53-58
28. Translocation T2-3ag. R.T. Ramage and D.R. Clark, p. 58
29. Mutations for seedling lethality on chromosome 2. R.T. Ramage and J.M. Jones, pp. 58-59
30. Shrunken endosperm mutants Seg6 and Seg7. R.T. Ramage and J.F. Scheuring, pp. 59-60
31. A tertiary trisomic balanced for both msg2 and sex2. J.F. Scheuring and R.T. Ramage, pp. 60-62
32. Improvement in yield attributes and grain protein through gamma-irradiation in barley (Hordeum vulgare). J. Singh and R.M. Singh, pp. 62-64
33. Estimation of certain genetic parameters for yield and quality characters in induced barley mutants. R.M. Singh and J. Singh, pp. 64-65
34. Three-point tests on barley chromosome 3. B. Søgaard., pp. 65-67
35. Inheritance of high lysine endosperms in barley. D.A. Somers, A.J. Lejeune, and A. Kleinhofs, pp. 67-68
36. Interspecific hybridization, chromosome elimination and haploidy in Hordeum. N.C. Subrahmanyam, pp. 69-70
37. Chromosome breakage in barley by specific and non-specific endonucleases. N.C. Subrahmanyam, A.R. Gould and C.H. Doy, p. 71
38. Inheritance and linkage studies of the chlorotic hybrids due to complementary dominant genes. R. Takahashi, J. Hayashi and I. Moriya , pp. 71-73
39. New find of an allele Rt' semi-dominant over rt for rattail spike. R. Takahashi, J. Hayashi and I. Moriya., p. 74
40. Protein estimation in induced autotetraploids of Notch-2, a high protein high lysine mutant of barley. S.P. Tiwari, H.C. Bansal and R.A. Pai, pp. 75-76
41. Variation in the diagnostic character expression in five white streaked mutants in barley. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 76-77
42. Varied penetration in the maternal streaked mutants in barley. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 78-79
43. Allelism testing of genes between brachytic and erectoides mutants. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 79-81
44. Possible occurrence of telocentric chromosome 5S. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 81-82
45. Telotrisomic analysis of a multiple genetic marker stock (g-Ms-h/g-ms-h) in chromosome 5. T. Tsuchiya , p. 82
46. Primary trisomic analysis of lg 3 (light green) and f3 (chlorina) in barley. T. Tsuchiya, T. Fachan, and T.E. Haus, pp. 82-84
47. Genetic studies of two mutations by means of primary trisomic analysis. T. Tsuchiya and J,V, Alanko, pp. 84-85
48. Nitrate reductase-deficient mutants in barley. R.L. Warner, C.J Lin and A. Kleinhofs, pp. 85-86
49. Callus cultures of Hordeum vulgare: Initiation, growth and organogenesis. H.M. Wilson, B. Foroughi-Wehr, G. Mix and H. Gaul, pp. 86-87
50. Relation between yield and protein content of barley. T. Yoshida., pp. 87-89
51. Reaction of CC XXX-F and an inbred bulk of the world collection to Montana and Middle East isolates of scald. H.E Bockelman, R F. Eslick, and E.L Sharp, pp. 89-90
52. In vitro germination of pollen. T. Chakrabarti, N.C. Subrahmanyam and C H. Doy, pp. 90-92
53. Study of relationship between qualitative characteristics in hybridization of spring barley. G.F. Nikitenko, M.A Polukhin, and V.A. Gorshkova, pp. 92-95
54. Trisomic analysis of three mutant genes in barley. T. Tsuchiya, S.D. Tanksley, and R. Ward, pp. 95

III.  Genetic and Cytological Techniques
1. A way to mark the generation of the seed. H. Ahokas, p. 96
2. Control of microorganisms infesting seeds used for laboratory studies. C.F. Konzak, p. 96

IV.  Coordinator's Reports
1. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 4. T. E. Haus, p. 97
2. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 5. J. Jensen, pp. 98-100
3. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 6. K.J. Kasha, pp. 100-101
4. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 7. G. Fedak, p. 101
5. Coordinator's report:  Genetic Stock Center in Fort Collins, Colorado. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 101-102
6. Coordinator's report:  Trisomics and aneuploids. T. Tsuchiya, p. 102
7. Coordinator's report:  Translocations, and balanced tertiary trisomics. R.T. Ramage, pp. 102-103
8. Tetraploid barley with improved seed set. W. Friedt and H. Gaul, pp. 103-108
9. The genetic male sterile barley collection. E.A. Hockett, p. 108
10. Coordinator's reports:  Desynaptic genes. J.F. Scheuring, D.R. Clark and R.T. Ramage, pp. 108-109

V. Current Linkage Maps.
1. Linkage information as of April 1976. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 110-113

VI. Description of Genetic Stocks
1. General statement. T. Tsuchiya, p. 114
2. Suggestions for gene symbolization, g, m, x. R.F. Eslick and E.A. Hockett, p. 115
3. Description of genetic stocks. pp. 116-143

VII. List of Genetic Stocks
1. List of genetic stocks with BGS numbers. T. Tsuchiya and T.E. Haus, pp. 144-159
2. Genetic stocks with multiple marker genes. S. Andersen and K. Andersen, p. 160
3. Multiple dominant and recessive marker stock development. R.I. Wolfe and K.W. Campbell, p. 161

IX. Errata
Errata in barley genetics newsletter, p. 164

X. Mailing List, p. 165 (not included)
1. Additional mailing list of new subscribers, pp. 165-167
2. Change of address from Volume 5 listings, p. 167
3. Libraries: addition of new subscribers and change of address, p. 168

XI. Index for Barley Genetics Newsletter  (not included)
1. Index for section II. Research notes for Barley Genetic Newsletter, Vol. 1 to 5, pp. 169-181

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