BGN 8: Table of Contents



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

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

I. Special Notices
1. Announcing the Fourth International Barley Genetics Symposium, p. 1
2. Announcing Plant Breeding Symposium II, pp. 1-2
3. A project on wild species of Hordeum, pp. 2-3
4. Publication of Barley Genetics III, pp. 3-11
    Barley Genetics III, Table of Contents, pp. 4-11 (not included)

II. Research Notes
1. Male sterile mutants of barley. VI. Tests of restoration by the cytoplasm of Hordeum bulbosum, and reports of new mutants. H. Ahokas, pp.  12-15
2. Genetic relationships between several net blotch resistance cultivars. M.E. Bjarko, E.L. Sharp, and H.E. Bockelman, pp. 15-17
3. Observed recombination between T3 translocation stocks and scald resistance loci. H.E. Bockelman, E.L. Sharp, and R.F. Eslick, pp. 17-20
4. Genetic structure of Hordeum spontaneum in Israel. A.H.D. Brown, E. Nevo, and D. Zohary, pp. 20-23
5. "In vitro" culture of barley. A. Cattori-Reynaerts and M. Jacobs, pp. 23-25
6. The analysis of barley genomes. I: The problem that the DNA of bacteria may contribute to the DNA in extracts of barley tissues derived from germinated seeds. T. Chakrabarti, C.H. Doy and N.C. Subrahmanayam, pp. 25-28
7. The analysis of barley genomes. II: A molecular approach. T. Chakrabarti, C.H. Doy, and N.C Subrahmanyam, pp. 28-31
8. Inheritance of aminopeptidase and endopeptidase isozymes in barley. D.G. Díaz, pp. 31-34
9. Progeny of barley wheat intercrosses. G. Fedak, pp. 34-35
10. Inbreeding depression in barley selection. S.O. Fejer and G. Fedak, p. 36
11. Cytogenetic studies of some induced barley mutations. G. Fischbeck and H. Häuser, pp. 36-37
12. Autotetraploid stocks and the relationship between earliness and fertility. W. Friedt, pp. 38-42
13. Comparison of growth retardation of alloplasmic plants with nuclei from different vulgare cultivars. T. Fukuyama, pp. 42-44
14. The genetics of the six-row/two-row character. P.T. Gymer, pp. 44-46
15. Translocation linkage studies of a tigrina mutant tig-o34. P. Hagberg and L. Lehmann, pp. 46-48
16. Linkage studies of two mutant genes on chromosome 1 and 6. J. Hayashi, R. Takahashi, I. Moriya, and T. Nobuoka, pp. 48-50
17. Chromosome doubling at various growth stages of barley haploids with colchicine. K.M. Ho, D.P. Shanks, W.C. Smith, and P.C. Ma, pp. 51-52
18. Efficiency of barley haploid production. M. Ho, N.J. Stokkermans, B.J. Sadler, K.C. McIntosh, and L.C. Ho, pp. 53-55
19. Mutation frequencies obtained after sodium azide treatment in different barley varieties. B. Jende-Strid, pp. 55-57
20. Diallelic tests of anthocyanin-deficient mutants. B. Jende-Strid and U. Lundqvist, pp. 57-59
21. Location of the eceriferum locus cer-zi on barley chromosome 5. J. Jensen, pp. 59-60
22. Linkage data with genes on chromosome 6. K.J. Kasha, D.E. Falk, and A. Ho-Tsai, pp. 61-65
23. Cytological estimate of "crossing over potentials" of chromosome 1 of barley. D.K. Khurana and S. Ved Brat, pp. 65-67
24. Cytological estimate of "crossing over potentials" in primary trisomics of barley. D.K. Khurana and S. Ved Brat, pp. 67-70
25. New linkage data on chromosome 6 of barley. T. Konishi, pp. 71-72
26. Linkage studies of msg 6 using four translocations involving chromosomes 5 and 6. L. Lehmann and P. Hagberg, pp. 73-74
27. Banding of barley chromosomes. Ib Linde-Laursen, pp. 74-76
28. Aneuploidy and chromosome breakage in root tip cells of plants regenerated from microsphore callus. G. Mix and B. Foroughi-Wehr, pp. 77-78
29. Mitotic chromosomal aberrations in barley induced by accelerated seed aging. M. Murata, T. Tsuchiya and E.E. Roos, pp. 79-82
30. Vernalization requirements of winter barley varieties. W. Schauetz, pp. 82-86
31. Trisomic analysis of lg 4 and zbc. Lindy Seip and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 86-89
32. Trisomic analysis of the gene f3 for chlorina 3. Azizeh Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 89-91
33. Correlation and coheritability studies in certain gamma ray induced mutants of barley (Hordeum Vulgare). Rishi Muni Singh, pp. 91-92
34. Gamma ray induced polygenic mutations in barley at different low seed moisture levels. J. Singh and Rishi Muni Singh, pp. 93-94
35. Heterosis for yield and grain size in six-rowed winter x two-rowed spring barley F1 hybrids. J. Spunar, pp. 94-96
36. Haploids and hybrids following interspecific crosses. N.C. Subrahmanyam, pp. 97-99
37. Cytological localization of ribosomal RNA cistrons in Hordeum - A test for the nonexpression of the nucleolar organiser region in interspecific hybrids. N.C. Subrahmanyam and *, pp. 99-100
38. Amino-acid composition of seed protein in diploid and autotetraploid high protein-high lysine barley stains. S.P. Tiwari and H.C. Bansal., pp. 100-102
39. Meiotic behavior and spike fertility in autotetraploid Notch-2 barley. S.P. Tiwari., pp. 102-103
40. Telotrisomic analysis of four mutant genes in barley. T. Tsuchiya and L.B. Hall, pp. 104-107
41. Protein and lysine maternal inheritance effects in the high protein and high lysine barley mutant Hiproly. S.E. Ullrich and R.F. Eslick., pp. 108-109
42. Allelism evidence for barley high lysine, shrunken endosperm xenia (sex) mutants. S.E. Ullrich and R. F. Eslick, pp. 109-112
43. Evidence for assigning the high amylase locus, amo1 of Glacier barley to chromosome 3. S.E. Ullrich and R. F. Eslick, pp. 112-113
44. Chromosome location for Risø induced high lysine, shrunken endosperm mutants of barley. S.E. Ullrich and R. F. Eslick, pp. 114-125
45. Effects of the very early gene, eak, on yield and its components in barley. S. Yasuda, pp. 125-127
46. An earliness gene involved in Chinese native cultivars. S. Yasuda, pp. 127-129

III.  Genetic and Cytological Techniques
1. A proposal for sex-marked interchanges to as genes to barley chromosomes. D.E. Falk and K.J. Kasha, pp. 129-132

IV. Reports from Coordinators
1. Chromosome 1, R. F. Eslick, p. 133 (no report)
2. Chromosome 2, G.W.R. Walker,  p. 133 (no report).
3. Chromosome 3, R. Takahashi, p. 133 (no report).
4. Chromosome 4. T. E. Haus, pp. 133-139
5. Chromosome 5. J. Jensen, pp. 139-141
6. Chromosome 6. K.J. Kasha, pp. 141-143
7. Chromosome 7. G. Fedak, pp. 143-144
8. Genetic Stock Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. T. Tsuchiya, p. 144
9. Trisomics and aneuploid stocks. T. Tsuchiya, p. 144
10. Translocations, tertiary trisomics and desynaptic genes. R.T. Ramage, p. 144 (no report)
11. Translocations. R.T. Ramage, p. 144 (no report)
12. Inversion. R.A. Nilan, p. 144 (no report)
13. Autotetraploids. H. Gaul and W. Friedt, p. 144 (no report)
14. Pest resistant genes. J.G. Moseman, p. 144 (no report)
15. Erectoides, laxum genes. G. Persson and U. Lundqvist, p. 144 (no report)
16. Eceriferum genes. U. Lundqvist & B. Søgaard, p. 144 (no report)
17. Chloroplast genes. D. von Wettstein and K. Kristiansen, p. 144 (no report)
18. Male-sterile genes. E.A. Hockett, p. 145 (no report)
19. Aristatum and all other mutant genes, p. 144 (no report)

V. Current Linkage Maps of Barley.
1. Linkage maps of barley, 1978. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 146-150

VI. Description of Genetic Stocks, pp. 151-168

VII. List of Genetic Stocks
1. Multiple recessive marker stocks for chromosome 4. T.E. Haus, p. 169
2. List for multiple, linked marker stocks available at the Carlsberg Laboratory. B. Søgaard, pp. 169-172

VIII. List of Recent Publications on Barley Genetics
1. 1976 publications, p. 173 (not included)

IX. Errata
1. Correction of barley genetics literature, pp. 174-175

X. Mailing List (Supplement), pp. 176-178 (not included)
1. New subscribers - Libraries.
2. New subscribers - Personal.
3. Address change - Personal.

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