Regions of the genome that affect agronomic performance in two-row barley

  title={Regions of the genome that affect agronomic performance in two-row barley},
  author={N. Tinker and D. Mather and B. Rossnagel and K. Kasha and A. Kleinhofs and P. Hayes and D. Falk and T. Ferguson and L. P. Shugar and W. Legge and R. B. Irvine and T. M. Choo and K. G. Briggs and S. Ullrich and J. Franckowiak and T. Blake and R. Graf and S. M. Dofing and M. Maroof and G. Scoles and D. L. Hoffman and L. Dahleen and A. Kilian and F. Chen and R. Biyashev and D. Kudrna and B. Steffenson},
  journal={Crop Science},
  • N. Tinker, D. Mather, +24 authors B. Steffenson
  • Published 1996
  • Biology
  • Crop Science
  • Quantitative trait locus (QTL) main effects and QTL by environment (QTLxE) interactions for seven agronomic traits (grain yield, days to heading, days to maturity, plant height, lodging severity, kernel weight, and test weight) were investigated in a two-row barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cross, Harrington/TR306. A 127-point base map was constructed from markers (mostly RFLP) scored in 146 random double-haploid (DH) lines from the Harrington/TR306 cross. Field experiments involving the two parents… CONTINUE READING
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