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Barley: Production, Improvement, and Uses (World Agriculture by Steven E. Ullrich

By Steven E. Ullrich

Barley is without doubt one of the world's most vital vegetation with makes use of starting from foodstuff and feed creation, malting and brewing to its use as a version organism in molecular study. The call for and makes use of of barley keep growing and there's a want for an up to date entire reference that appears in any respect elements of the barley crop from taxonomy and morphology via to finish use. Barley will fill this expanding void. Barley will stand as vital reference for a person gaining knowledge of, turning out to be, or using this significant crop.

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The major locus for photoperiodic response was studied in introgression lines (ILs) of subsp. spontaneum into two barley lines (von Korff et al. 2004a). These lines containing the Ppd-H1 locus were significantly earlier than the elite parents. QTLs for water stress tolerance and powdery mildew resistance located on chromosome 4H and 6H, respectively, were reported by Ivandic et al. (2003). Subsp. spontaneum shows large variation in developmental traits related to heading date. Populations from the Himalayan region had no vernalization requirement but were extremely sensitive to short photoperiods, whereas other materials showed a winter habit and a third group had spring or facultative growth habit (Karsai et al.

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The perennial South American species were referred to section Anisolepis, and the South and North American species with glumes diverging at maturity were referred to section Critesion. Nevski included the remaining species, including, among others, the North American H. brachyantherum, in section Stenostachys. When the concept of genomes was presented, it was suggested that a classification should follow the genomic groups and that a genus should be monophyletic, comprising a single haplome or an identical combination of haplomes in polyploids.

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