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Barley: Akashinriki  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Akashinriki  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Dairokkaku  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Hayakiso 2  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Kobinkatagi  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Kobinkatagi  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Kobinkatagi  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Kobinkatagi  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Suchou 2  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Maja  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Maja  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Chevalier  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Barley: Haruna Nijo  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Group : Germplasm
Number : J247
Origin : Tochigi Pref. AES, Japan
Source : Tochigi Pref. AES, Japan
History : G 65/K-3//Seijo 15 (1979)(= Nitta Nijo 1)
Taxonomy : Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare
Reference : Hisano H, Sakamoto K, Takagi H, Terauchi R, Sato K. (2017) Exome QTL-seq maps monogenic locus and QTLs in barley. BMC Genomics 18(1) 125
Nasuda S, Kikkawa Y, Ashida T, Islam AK, Sato K, Endo TR. (2006) Chromosomal assignment and deletion mapping of barley EST markers. Genes Genet. Syst. 80(5) 357-66
Hisano H, Sato K. (2016) Genomic regions responsible for amenability to Agrobacterium-mediated transformation in barley. Sci Rep 6 37505
Hagras A., Kishii M., Sato K., Tanaka H., and Tsujimoto H. (2005) Extended application of barley EST markers for the analysis of alien chromosmes added to wheat genetic background. Breed Sci. 55 335-341
Turner A, Beales J, Faure S, Dunford RP, Laurie DA. (2005) The pseudo-response regulator Ppd-H1 provides adaptation to photoperiod in barley. Science 310(5750) 1031-4
Hori K, Sato K, Takeda K. (2007) Detection of seed dormancy QTL in multiple mapping populations derived from crosses involving novel barley germplasm. Theor. Appl. Genet. 115(6) 869-76
Sato K, Takeda K. (2009) An application of high-throughput SNP genotyping for barley genome mapping and characterization of recombinant chromosome substitution lines. Theor. Appl. Genet. 119(4) 613-9
Taketa S, Matsuki K, Amano S, Saisho D, Himi E, Shitsukawa N, Yuo T, Noda K, Takeda K. (2010) Duplicate polyphenol oxidase genes on barley chromosome 2H and their functional differentiation in the phenol reaction of spikes and grains. J. Exp. Bot. 61(14) 3983-93
Hisano H, Tsujimura M, Yoshida H, Terachi T, Sato K. (2016) Mitochondrial genome sequences from wild and cultivated barley (Hordeum vulgare). BMC Genomics 17(1) 824
Li H, Kondo H, Kühne T, Shirako Y. (2016) Barley Yellow Mosaic Virus VPg Is the Determinant Protein for Breaking eIF4E-Mediated Recessive Resistance in Barley Plants. Front Plant Sci 7 1449
International Barley Genome Sequencing Consortium, Mayer KF, Waugh R, Brown JW, Schulman A, Langridge P, Platzer M, Fincher GB, Muehlbauer GJ, Sato K, Close TJ, Wise RP, Stein N. (2012) A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome. Nature 491(7426) 711-6
Hisano H, Meints B, Moscou MJ, Cistue L, Echávarri B, Sato K, Hayes PM. (2017) Selection of transformation-efficient barley genotypes based on TFA (transformation amenability) haplotype and higher resolution mapping of the TFA loci. Plant Cell Rep. 36(4) 611-620
Lu X, Kracher B, Saur IM, Bauer S, Ellwood SR, Wise R, Yaeno T, Maekawa T, Schulze-Lefert P. (2016) Allelic barley MLA immune receptors recognize sequence-unrelated avirulence effectors of the powdery mildew pathogen. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 113(42) E6486-E6495
Sakuma S, Lundqvist U, Kakei Y, Thirulogachandar V, Suzuki T, Hori K, Wu J, Tagiri A, Rutten T, Koppolu R, Shimada Y, Houston K, Thomas WTB, Waugh R, Schnurbusch T, Komatsuda T. (2017) Extreme Suppression of Lateral Floret Development by a Single Amino Acid Change in the VRS1 Transcription Factor. Plant Physiol. 175(4) 1720-1731
Barley: Miho Golden  Available Okayama University
Category: Experiment lines
Group : Germplasm
Number : J543
Origin : Tochigi Pref. AES, Japan
Source : Tochigi Pref. AES, Japan
History : Kanto Nijo 2/Seijo 15 (1975)
Taxonomy : Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare
Reference : Li H, Kondo H, Kühne T, Shirako Y. (2016) Barley Yellow Mosaic Virus VPg Is the Determinant Protein for Breaking eIF4E-Mediated Recessive Resistance in Barley Plants. Front Plant Sci 7 1449
Barley: Haruna Nijo  Available Okayama University
Category: Core collection
Group : Core Collection
Number : OUJ247
Category : cultivar
Source : Okayama U
Country : Japan
Origin : Tochigi AES
Taxonomy : Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare
Reference : Hisano H, Sakamoto K, Takagi H, Terauchi R, Sato K. (2017) Exome QTL-seq maps monogenic locus and QTLs in barley. BMC Genomics 18(1) 125
Nasuda S, Kikkawa Y, Ashida T, Islam AK, Sato K, Endo TR. (2006) Chromosomal assignment and deletion mapping of barley EST markers. Genes Genet. Syst. 80(5) 357-66
Hisano H, Sato K. (2016) Genomic regions responsible for amenability to Agrobacterium-mediated transformation in barley. Sci Rep 6 37505
Hagras A., Kishii M., Sato K., Tanaka H., and Tsujimoto H. (2005) Extended application of barley EST markers for the analysis of alien chromosmes added to wheat genetic background. Breed Sci. 55 335-341
Turner A, Beales J, Faure S, Dunford RP, Laurie DA. (2005) The pseudo-response regulator Ppd-H1 provides adaptation to photoperiod in barley. Science 310(5750) 1031-4
Hori K, Sato K, Takeda K. (2007) Detection of seed dormancy QTL in multiple mapping populations derived from crosses involving novel barley germplasm. Theor. Appl. Genet. 115(6) 869-76
Sato K, Takeda K. (2009) An application of high-throughput SNP genotyping for barley genome mapping and characterization of recombinant chromosome substitution lines. Theor. Appl. Genet. 119(4) 613-9
Taketa S, Matsuki K, Amano S, Saisho D, Himi E, Shitsukawa N, Yuo T, Noda K, Takeda K. (2010) Duplicate polyphenol oxidase genes on barley chromosome 2H and their functional differentiation in the phenol reaction of spikes and grains. J. Exp. Bot. 61(14) 3983-93
Hisano H, Tsujimura M, Yoshida H, Terachi T, Sato K. (2016) Mitochondrial genome sequences from wild and cultivated barley (Hordeum vulgare). BMC Genomics 17(1) 824
Li H, Kondo H, Kühne T, Shirako Y. (2016) Barley Yellow Mosaic Virus VPg Is the Determinant Protein for Breaking eIF4E-Mediated Recessive Resistance in Barley Plants. Front Plant Sci 7 1449
International Barley Genome Sequencing Consortium, Mayer KF, Waugh R, Brown JW, Schulman A, Langridge P, Platzer M, Fincher GB, Muehlbauer GJ, Sato K, Close TJ, Wise RP, Stein N. (2012) A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome. Nature 491(7426) 711-6
Hisano H, Meints B, Moscou MJ, Cistue L, Echávarri B, Sato K, Hayes PM. (2017) Selection of transformation-efficient barley genotypes based on TFA (transformation amenability) haplotype and higher resolution mapping of the TFA loci. Plant Cell Rep. 36(4) 611-620
Lu X, Kracher B, Saur IM, Bauer S, Ellwood SR, Wise R, Yaeno T, Maekawa T, Schulze-Lefert P. (2016) Allelic barley MLA immune receptors recognize sequence-unrelated avirulence effectors of the powdery mildew pathogen. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 113(42) E6486-E6495
Sakuma S, Lundqvist U, Kakei Y, Thirulogachandar V, Suzuki T, Hori K, Wu J, Tagiri A, Rutten T, Koppolu R, Shimada Y, Houston K, Thomas WTB, Waugh R, Schnurbusch T, Komatsuda T. (2017) Extreme Suppression of Lateral Floret Development by a Single Amino Acid Change in the VRS1 Transcription Factor. Plant Physiol. 175(4) 1720-1731
Barley: Dairokkaku  Available Okayama University
Category: Core collection
Barley: Akashinriki  Available Okayama University
Category: Core collection
Barley: Hayakiso 2  Available Okayama University
Category: Core collection
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