Introductory pages (pp. iii-1)
Foreword, p. iii
Acknowledgment, p. iv
Front cover diagram, p. iv
Table of Contents, pp. v-vii (this file)
I. Special Notices (p. 1)
1. Announcing the Fourth International Barley Genetics Symposium

II. Research Notes
1. A mutant of barley: Elongated glume, semifertile. H. Ahokas, p. 2
2. Further results on the suppression of shrunken endosperm in high lysine mutants. H. Ahokas, pp. 3-7
3. Xenic shrunken endosperm associated with the high lysine mutant High Amylose Glacier. H. Ahokas, pp. 7-9
4. Nucleolus organizer activity as affected by chromosome repatterning in barley. M. Anastassova-Kristeva, G. Künzel, and A. Hagberg, pp. 9-12
5. Samples of Hordeum spontaneum C. Koch emend. Bacht. from Iran, Iraq and Turkey. F.Kh. Bakhteyev and E.M. Darevskaya, pp. 12-13
6. Changes in adverse relationship between grain weight and protein quality in barley. H.C. Bansal, I.M. Santha, and S. Bhaskaran, pp. 13-15
7. Barley mutants resistant to loose smut Ustilago nuda (Jens.) Rostr. K. Buivids, pp. 15-16
8. Expression of glossy leaf and glossy sheath in a liguleless phenotype. D.R. Clark and R.T. Ramage, pp. 16-17
9. The map location of a pale green mutant on Chromosome 6. D.E. Falk and K.J. Kasha, pp. 17-18
10. Meiotic behavior of a barley-rye hybrid. George Fedak, pp. 18-19
11. Day-length sensitivity in spring barley. S.O. Fejer and George Fedak, pp. 19-20
12. Fertility of microspore derived plants over three successive generations. B. Foroughi-Wehr, G. Mix and W. Friedt, pp. 20-22
13. A balanced male sterile-chloroplast mutant scheme for hybrid barley. C.A. Foster, pp. 22-23
14. Two incomplete or semi-dominant mutants of barley. C.A. Foster, pp. 23-24
15. Results of a long-term "diploidisation program of autotetraploid barley." W. Friedt, pp. 24-25
16. Genetic analysis of some induced mutants. H. Häuser and G. Fischbeck, pp. 26-27
17. Transmission of extra chromosomes derived from the translocations T3-6j. Elaine Hixon and R.T. Ramage, pp. 27-29
18. Azide Mutagenesis - varietal response, pregermination conditions and concentration. A.L.Hodgdon, R.A. Nilan and A. Kleinhofs, pp. 29-33
19. Gene symbols for barley high-lysine mutants. Jens Jensen and Hans Doll,  pp. 33-37
20. Inter-allelic recombination in the ml-o locus in barley. J. Helms Jørgensen and H.P. Jensen, pp. 37-39
21. Characterization of composition of hordeins in normal- and high-lysine barleys. Alicja Kapala, pp. 39-41
22. Variability of electrophoretic subunit patterns of seed hordeins in barley, Hordeum vulgare. A. Kapala, pp. 41-45
23. A proposed revision of the barley karyotype. K.J. Kasha and K. Noda, pp. 45-46
24. Mutants of barley with resistance to Erysiphe graminis D.C. f.sp. hordei March. G. Kavacs, pp. 46-49
25. Effect of clipped seeds on growth and yield of a wide range of barley cultivars. M.A. Khalifa, M.A. El-Morshidy and E.A. Hassaballa, pp. 49-52
26. The inheritance of harvest index in barley. M.A. Khalifa, pp. 52-54
27. Nitrate reductase-deficient mutants in barley. A. Kleinhofs, T. Kuo and R.L. Warner, pp. 55-57
28. Pollen lethals induced with sodium azide. L. Lehmann, P. Hagberg, and G. Hagberg, pp. 57-58
29. C-banding pattern of Asiatic taxa of Hordeum. Ib Linde-Laursen, R. von Bothmer and N. Jacobsen, pp. 59-60
30. Some aspects of tissue culture of barley. S. Malepszy and M. Gaj, pp. 60-62
31. Effect of aeration during sodium azide treatment of barley seeds on the physiological damage in M1 seedlings. J.L. Molina-Cano, pp. 62-65
32. Relationship between loss of germinability and the occurrence of chromosomal aberrations in artificially aged seeds of barley. M. Murata, E.E. Roos, and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 65-67
33. Types of chromosomal aberrations induced by artificial seed aging in barley. M. Murata, T. Tsuchiya, and E.E. Roos, pp. 67-68
34. Mitotic and meiotic chromosomal aberrations and pollen fertility in plants grown from artificially aged barley seeds. M. Murata, T. Tsuchiya, and E.E. Roos, pp.  69-71
35. Genetical control of pair selection for crosses in barley breeding for high protein content in grain. C.F. Nikitenko, M.A. Polukhin and V.A. Gorshkova, pp.  71-75
36. Presence of cer-soh conditions the synthesis of secondary alcohols in barley apicuticular wax. S. Placing, C.G. Kannangara, J.D. Mikkelsen, D. Simpson, and P. Wettstein-Knowles, pp. 75-77
37. Genotypic correlation and path coefficient analysis in barley under saline-alkali condition. G. Prasad, S.K. Singh, and R.S. Singh, pp. 77-78
38. Allele tests of seedling lethal mutants on chromosome 2. R.T. Ramage and Margaret Patten Scoles, pp.  78-79
39. Intragenic recombination at the waxy locus in Hordeum vulgare. J. Rosichan, R.A. Nilan, P. Arenaz and A. Kleinhofs, pp. 79-85
40. Response to selection for virulence against the ml-o based mildew resistance in barley, not fitting the gene-for-gene hypothesis. Erik Schwarzbach, pp. 85-88
41. Chemotaxonomic study of barley and malt by gel electrofocalization. R. Scriban and B. Strobbel, pp. 88-89
42. Trisomic analysis of a mutant gene ovl for ovaryless or male in barley. Lindy Seip and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 89-90
43. Telotrisomic plant for the short arm of chromosome 6 (Triplo 6S) in barley. Lindy Seip and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 91-92
44. Telotrisomic analysis for three genes (brfcgs3) on the short arm of chromosome 1. Azizeh Shala and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 92-93
45. A new trisomic type in the progeny of Triplo 1S. Azizeh Shahla and T. Tsuchiya, pp. 94-95
46. Cross prediction for yield using doubled haploid lines. E. Simpson and J.W. Snape, pp. 95-97
47. Differences between erect and prostrate genotypes of spring barley. E. Simpson and J.W. Snape, pp. 97-98
48. Frequency of chlorophyll mutations in ontogenetically different tillers of barley (Hordeum vulgare). J. Singh and R.M. Singh, pp. 98-99
49. Geographical differentiation of the genes for compact head character in barley. R. Takahashi, J. Hayashi and I. Moriya, pp. 99-101
50. Acrocentric chromosome 1L1S in barley. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 101-102
51. Radiomimetic effect of the short arm of chromosome 1 (Telo 1S) in barley? T. Tsuchiya, pp. 103-105
52. Cytology and breeding behavior of novel compensating diploid plants in barley. T. Tsuchiya and An Hang, pp. 105-106
53. Telotrisomic analysis of yst3 and i in barley. T. Tsuchiya and An Hang, pp. 106-108
54. Activities of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase of Hordeum vulgare L. var. Karri and a Hordeum bulbosum alloplasmic barley, HA-Hb-l-Karri. E. Vapaavuori, pp. 109-110
55. Inheritance of the compact head character governed by a semi-dominant gene. S. Yasuda, J. Hayashi and R. Takahashi, pp. 111-112

III.  Genetic and Cytological Techniques
1. Techniques for rapid measurement of elongated coleoptile lengths in barley. M.N. Ries, Margaret Patten Scoles, and R.T. Ramage, pp. 113-114

IV. Reports from Coordinators
1. Overall coordinator's report. Revised list of coordinators in barley genetics. T. Tsuchiya, p. 115-116
2. Chromosome 1. R.F. Eslick, pp. 116 (no report)
3. Chromosome 2. G.W.R. Walker, p. 116 (no report)
4. Chromosome 3. R. Takahashi, p. 116 (no report)
5. Chromosome 4. T. E. Haus, p. 117
6. Chromosome 5. Jens Jensen, p. 118-120
7. Chromosome 6. K.J. Kasha, p. 121
8. Chromosome 7. G. Fedak, p. 122
9. Genetic Stock Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. T. Tsuchiya, p. 122
10. Trisomics and aneuploid stocks. T. Tsuchiya, p. 122
11. Translocations and balanced tertiary trisomics. R.T. Ramage, p. 123
12. Inversion. R.A. Nilan, p. 123 (no report)
13. Autotetraploid. W. Friedt & H. Gaul, p. 123 (See Research Notes, II.15. BGN 9:24-25) (no further report)
14. Pest resistant genes. J.G. Moseman, pp. 123-124
15. Erectoides, laxum genes. G. Persson and U. Lundqvist, p. 124 (no report)
16. Eceriferum genes. U. Lundqvist and B. Søgaard, p. 124 (no report)
17. Chloroplast genes. D. von Wettstein and K. Kristiansen, p. 124 (no report)
18. The genetic male sterile barley collection. E.A. Hockett, pp. 124-128
19. Aristatum and all other mutant genes, p. 128 (no report)

V. Current Linkage Maps of Barley.
1. Linkage maps of barley, 1979. T. Tsuchiya, pp. 129-130

VI. Description of Genetic Stocks, pp. 131-133

VII. List of Genetic Stocks
1. Multiple recessive marker stocks for various chromosome arms, p. 134
2. Stock list for the eceriferum mutants V. U. Lundqvist, pp. 135-137
3. Recently established autotetraploid barley stocks. W. Friedt and S. Zuchner, pp. 138-140
4. Two multiple recessive marker stocks. R.I. Wolfe, p. 141

VIII. List of Recent Publications on Barley Genetics
1. 1977 publications, pp. 142-144 (not included)

IX. Errata
1. Correction of barley genetics literature, p. 145 (no report)
2. Errata in Barley Genetics Newsletter, Vol. 8, p. 145

X. Mailing List (Supplement), pp. 146-148 (not included)
1. New subscribers - Libraries.
2. New subscribers - Personal.
3. Address change - Libraries.
4. Address change - Personal.

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