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  1. Vol. 49 No. 2, p. 92-94
     

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doi:10.2134/agronj1957.00021962004900020009x

Hood and Awn Development in Barley Determined by Two Gene Pairs1

  1. R. W. Woodward and
  2. Donald C. Rasmussen2

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Synopsis

Crosses were made with short awned varieties ✕ hooded strains resulting in a 2-factor segregation for hoods, short and long awns, in a 9:4:3 ratio.

Double recessive short awned segregates (kk lklk) must be used in crosses to hooded rather than KK lklk genotypes if a 2-factor segregation is desired.

Crosses were then made using long and short awned barley varieties in which occasionally a ratio of 9: hooded: 3 long awned: 4 short awned plants were obtained in the F2 generation.

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