A Database for Triticeae and Avena
Introductory pages (pp. ii-iv)
Title page, p. ii
Foreword, p. iii
Acknowledgments, p. iii
Front cover diagram, p. iv
Table of Contents, pp. v-vii (this file)
I. Special Notices
1. Barley Genetics III, p. 1
2. The Genetic Basis of Epidemics in Agriculture, pp. 1-2
3. North American Barley Workers Conference, p. 2
4. Call for Contributions to Barley Genetics Newsletter, pp.
II. Research Notes
1. A mutant of barley: Triploid inducer. H.
Ahokas, pp. 4-6
2. Increase in protein content by partial fertility.
H. Ahokas, pp. 6-8
3. A mutant of barley: awned palea. H. Ahokas,
4. Male sterile mutants of barley. IV. Different
fertility levels of msg9ci. H. Ahokas and E. A. Hockett,
5. Trisomic analysis of several scald and net blotch
resistance genes. H. E. Bockelman, E. L. Sharp and R. F. Eslick, pp.
6. Absence of crossing-over of ert-c in
crosses involving T 2-3a and additional information on the linkage of uz
and msg5. H. E. Bockelman and R. F. Eslick, pp. 15-16
7. Lysine content in relation to endosperm characteristics
in selected barleys from a Hiproly cross. W. C. Burger, J. E. Carden
III and D. M. Wesenberg, pp. 16-19
8. The germination of immature barley seeds.
J. G. Coors and T. E. Haus, pp. 20-23
9. Haploids from barley x rye crosses. G. Fedak,
10. Barley-wheat hybrids. George Fedak, pp.
11. Slender: an accelerated extension growth mutant
of barley. C. A. Foster, pp. 24-27
12. Linkage of shrunken endosperm mutant sex1
and male sterile mutant msg,,bk on chromosome 6 of barley. C.
A. Foster, pp. 28-29
13. Anther culture of autotetraploid Hordeum
vulgare varieties and the production of trisomic individuals. W.
Friedt, B. Foroughi-Wehr, G. Mix and H. M. Wilson, pp. 29-33
14. A new gene for semi-naked grain. P. T.
Gymer, pp. 33-34
15. The dificiens allele. P. T. Gymer, p.
16. Probable allelism of Ii and Int-c genes.
P. T. Gymer, pp. 34-35
17. Heterosis for ear and grain size in F1 and
F2 six-row x two-row hybrids. P. T. Gymer, pp. 35-37
18. Location of the yellow rust resistance gene
on barley chromosome 5. Jens Jensen and J. Helms Jorgensen, p. 37
19. Linkage studies in a gene for high lysine content
in Riso barley mutant 1508. K. E. Karlsson, pp. 40-43
20. Light green seedling mutant on chromosome
6. K. J. Kasha and A. Ho-Tsai, p. 43
21. Translocations in sodium azide treated material.
L. Lehmann, P. Hagberg and G, Hagberg, p. 43
22. Barley mutant with few roots. Ib Linde-Laursen,
23. Numerical taxonomy as an aid to barley germplasm
collection. J. L. Molina-Cano, pp. 45-50
24. Reconstructed barley karyotypes with six satellite
chromosomes. H. Nicoloff, M. Anastassova-Kristeva, G. Kunzel and R.
Rieger, pp. 50-52
25. Genetical analysis of diallel crosses for the
trait of protein in spring barley. G, F. Nikitenko, pp. 53-55
26. Linkage studies in an interchange involving
Chromosome 6 and 7. G. Prasad, pp. 55-56
27. Inheritance studies on certain induced barley
mutants. J. Singh and R. M. Singh, pp. 56-57
28. Mutagenic effects of HA in barley through treatments
at different periods of the S-phase. R. M. Singh and J. Singh, pp.
29. Mutagenic effects of gamma rays, EMS, and
HA in barley. R. M. Singh, J. Singh, and A. N. Srivastava, p. 60
30. Three-point tests on barley chromosome 1.
Bodil Sogaard, pp. 60-63
31. Experiments on chromosome doubling of barley
haploids with colchicine. J. Thiebaut and K. J. Kasha, pp. 63-66
32. Inheritance of the shrunken endosperm character,
of Bomi Riso mutant 1508 and its association with lysine content. S.
E. Ullrich and R. F. Eslick, pp. 66-73
33. Combining chromosomes: the construction of
"2-chromosome double interchanges". C. E. Fastnaught-McGriff and R.
T. Ramage, pp. 73-75
34. Several more cases of maternal inheritance
of chlorophyll mutations in barley. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 75-81
35. Analysis of the first mitotic divisions in
germinating seeds of barley. M. Murata, E. E. Roos and T. Tsuchiya,
36. Proposed method for accumulating genes for
alternate segregation from a large ring. S. L. Morgan and R. T. Ramage,
III. Genetic and Cytological Techniques
No reports received
IV. Coordinator's Reports
1. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 1. No report received,
2. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 2. No report received,
3. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 3. No report received,
4. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 4. T.
E. Haus, p. 86
5. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 5.
Jens Jensen, pp. 86-89
6. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 6.
K.J. Kasha, pp. 89-90
7. Coordinator's report: Chromosome 7.
G. Fedak, pp. 90-91
8. Coordinator's report: Trisomics and aneuploids. No report
received, p. 91
9. Coordinator's report: Translocations,
and balanced tertiary trisomics. R.T. Ramage, p. 91
10. Coordinator's report: Desynaptic genes.
R.T. Ramage, p. 91
11. Stock list for the eceriferum mutants.
Lundqvist & D. von Wettstein, pp. 92-96
12. The genetic male sterile barley collection.
E.A. Hockett, pp. 97-100
V. Current Linkage Maps.
1. Linkage information as of April 1977. T.E.
Haus, pp. 101-102
VI. Description of Genetic Stocks
No descriptions received
VII. List of Genetic Stocks
1. List of genetic stocks with BGS numbers.
T.E. Haus and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 103-119
2. High lysine, male sterile stocks of barley
available. S.E. Ullrich and R.F. Eslick, pp. 120-121
3. Autotetraploid stocks and improved strains
of tetraploid barley. W. Friedt, pp. 122-132
VIII. List of Recent Publications on Barley Genetics. Joye Bond,
pp. 133-135 (not included)
XI. Mailing List, pp. 136-137 (not included)
1. Additional mailing list of newew subscribers, pp. 136-137
2. Change of address from Volume 6 listings, p. 137
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