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Recombination studies in barley

Recombination studies in barley

Proc Genet Soc Canada 3(2): 41-43

Linkage studies of several mutants of Hordeum vulgare, for which monogenic inheritance has been demonstrated but gene symbols are not yet established, are reported. Significant chi-squares for linkage, together with recombination percentages, are given for those found to be linked with tester gene-loci. The following conclusions are derived. Mottled-1, Multiflorous and Midseason broad stripe are linked with 2-row vs. 6-row on linkage group I. Bracteatum is linked with Black vs. colorless pericarp and lemma and Normal vs. third outer glume on group n. Viable yellow, Dense head and Crooked neck-1 to -4 (long, weak basal internode) are linked with Covered vs. naked kernel on group (III-VII) and Non-glaucous sheath and Third inner glume with Normal vs. brachtic dwarf on group (III-VII). Sterile, misshapen heads, Curly laterals, Variegated-1 and -2, Leafy bract and Mottled-2 are linked with Rough vs. smooth awn and Long- vs. short-haired rachilla on group V, and Broad leaf is linked with the latter locus.

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