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Relationship between head type and both grain appearance and malting quality in malting barley



Relationship between head type and both grain appearance and malting quality in malting barley



Japanese Journal of Breeding 37(4): 421-428



F3, F4 and F6 lines from crosses where one parent was the high quality line Nitta Nijo 1 were scored for spike density, amount of wrinkling on the husk (assessed by a panel) and malting quality characters. Wrinkling was positively correlated with malt extract percentage, extract yield and overall malting quality score, but spike density showed no relationship to malting quality.

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