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Breeding spring barley for quality

Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 2): 20-24

Breeding spring barley for quality

Theoretical aspects of breeding for quality, especially increased protein content, are examined.

Accession: 001767882

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Nikitenko, G.; Polukhin, M., 1973: On breeding spring barley for grain quality

Nikitenko, G.F., 1971: Some methods and directions for breeding spring barley for quality. To produce varieties with grain of malting type, intraspecific crossing followed by selection was used. In recent years, 420 crossing combinations have been effected, in particular with the variety Nutans 187. Varieties such as Khar'kov 306,...

Nikitenko, G.F., 1975: Some problems of spring barley breeding for yield quality. The inheritance of several grain quality characteristics was studied in about 500 hybrids of the best Soviet and foreign varieties. In some crosses it was shown that it is possible to eliminate the negative correlation between yield and protein co...

Onis'-Kov, N.; Tereshchenko, R.; Dzhantagulova, R., 1979: Breeding spring barley for increased quality of grain. Selektsiia polevykh kul'tur v severnom Kazakhstane: sbornik nauchnykh rabot redaktsionnaia kollegiia: Khorikov O Si dr: 1

Garkavyi, P.F.; Navolotskii, V.D.; Babak, N.M., 1974: Some problems in breeding spring barley for grain quality. A study was made of the inheritance of lysine and protein content in F1 hybrids obtained by crossing Chernomorets [barley from the Black Sea], Nutans 141 and Medicum 124 with Hiproly. The recessive nature of the gene lys was confirmed.

Garkavyj, P.F.; Sysoev, A.F.; Lincevskij, A.A.; Imseneckij, E.I., 1970: Breeding spring barley for protein content and quality in the grain. In the cross (Nudum 114 x Juznyj) x Il'incy 43, protein content varied in the F5 from 13.6% in the hulled to 15.7% in the naked forms, grain yield varying in inverse proportion, from 86.2 to 66.8 g. so that protein yield varied from 11.7 in h...

Sozinov, A.A.; Klyuchko, N.F., 1978: Evaluation of the malting quality of spring barley breeding material. Intervarietal differences were found in the contents of extracts from grain of two malting barleys and one fodder barley. Coefficients of correlation between grain and malt quality characters are presented and a system for evaluating the malting q...

Garkavyj, P.F.; Lincevskij, A.A., 1968: The breeding of spring and winter barley for increased grain quality. The new varieties Odessa 14, Juznyj and Cernomorec are the result of hybridization between varieties differing markedly in biological characteristics. The new variety Odessa 36 has a high protein content. Naked varieties have been widely used for...

Manzyuk, V.T.; Barsukov, P.N.; Shkumat, V.P., 1978: Results and prospects of breeding spring barley for improved grain quality. Several high-yielding, high-lysine varieties and lines of the intensive type have been bred in the Ukraine, including lines 73-3163 and 73-380, which exceed the standard varieties Donetsk 4 and Chernomorets [barley from the Black Sea] in yield by...

Evdokimova, V.A.; Pshenichnyi, A.E.; Abanina, Z.M., 1975: Some results of breeding spring barley for grain quality in the Kamennaya steppe. By crossing local forms with varieties giving a high yield of grain and having a high protein content, promising hybrids were obtained with good-quality grain. The newly bred variety Dokuchaev 1 has good malting qualities. The best results in bree...