The cytogenetics of a triploid Hordeum bulbosum and of some of its hybrid and trisomic derivatives

@article{Thomas1988TheCO,
  title={The cytogenetics of a triploid Hordeum bulbosum and of some of its hybrid and trisomic derivatives},
  author={Huw M. Thomas and Richard A Pickering},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1988},
  volume={76},
  pages={93-96}
}
The progeny from a cross between diploid H. vulgare and triploid H. bulbosum were mostly triploid (VBB) hybrids, the other progeny were haploid (V) barley (H. vulgare). From a cross between diploid and triploid H. bulbosum, four of the seven possible trisomic lines were isolated. The Giemsa banded karyotype of H. bulbosum was produced, and two of the lines were identified as trisomic for chromosomes 6 and 7. The cytology and transmission rates of the trisomics were examined. 

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