BGN 7: Table of Contents



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. 3-4

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, pp. 8-10
4. Male sterile mutants of barley. IV. Different fertility  levels of msg9ci. H. Ahokas and E. A. Hockett, pp. 10-11
5. Trisomic analysis of several scald and net blotch resistance genes. H. E. Bockelman, E. L. Sharp and R. F. Eslick, pp. 11-15
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, p. 23
10. Barley-wheat hybrids. George Fedak, pp. 23-24
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. 34
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 Yr4 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, pp. 43-45
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. 58-59
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, sex3c, 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, pp. 81-84
36. Proposed method for accumulating genes for alternate segregation from a large ring. S. L. Morgan and R. T. Ramage, pp. 84-85

III.  Genetic and Cytological Techniques
No reports received

IV.  Coordinator's Reports
1. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 1.  No report received, p. 86
2. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 2.  No report received, p. 86
3. Coordinator's report:  Chromosome 3.  No report received, p. 86
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. U. 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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