Use of new EST markers to elucidate the genetic differences in grain protein content between European and North American two-rowed malting barleys

@article{Moralejo2004UseON,
  title={Use of new EST markers to elucidate the genetic differences in grain protein content between European and North American two-rowed malting barleys},
  author={M N D G Moralejo and John Stuart Swanston and Pilar Mu{\~n}oz and Dario Prada and M{\'o}nica El{\'i}a and Joanne R. Russell and Luke Ramsay and Lu{\'i}s Cistu{\'e} and Primitiva Codesal and Ana Mar{\'i}a Casas and Ignacio Romagosa and Wayne Powell and Jos{\'e} Luis Molina-Cano},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={110},
  pages={116-125}
}
A population comprising 102 doubled haploid lines were produced from a cross between Beka, a barley cultivar widely grown in Spain, and Logan, a north American cultivar with inherently low protein content, a character considered to derive from the cultivar Karl. The intentions were to determine whether low-nitrogen malting barleys could be developed in Spain, and if genetic factors that influenced protein content were similarly expressed in widely diverse environments, i.e. northeastern Spain… CONTINUE READING
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