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Kelly, J.D., G.V. Varner, and E.M. Wright. 2010. Registration of 'Bellagio' cranberry bean. J. Plant Reg. doi: 10.3198/jpr2010.02.0069crc

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Current issue: Journal of Plant Registrations 9(3)


    • T. C. Helms and B. D. Nelson
      Registration of ‘ND Henson’ Soybean

      ‘ND Henson’ soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] (Reg. No. CV-517, PI 675334) was first tested as ND09-5604 and was released in January 2015 by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, North Dakota State University (NDSU), to provide producers with Maturity Group 0 conventional cultivar (relative maturity 0.0), generally adapted as a full-season cultivar from 48 to 49° N latitude. ND Henson was evaluated by the NDSU soybean breeding program in advanced yield trials for a total of 27 location-years that included 2011 to 2014. (continued)

      Published: October 2, 2015


    • Vicki L. Tolmay, Scott L. Sydenham, Willem H.P. Boshoff, Barend S. Wentzel, Chrissie W. Miles and Mardé Booyse
      Registration of Five Spring Wheat Lines Resistant to Russian Wheat Aphid, Stem Rust (Ug99), Leaf Rust, and Stripe Rust

      Russian wheat aphid (RWA; Diuraphis noxia Kurdjumov) and wheat rusts (stem rust [caused by Puccinia graminis Pers.:Pers. f. sp. tritici Eriks. (continued)

      Published: September 8, 2015


    • James M. Johnson, German Muttoni, Natalia de Leon and Shawn M. Kaeppler
      Registration of the NyH (Ny821×H99) Maize Recombinant Inbred Mapping Population

      The Ny821×H99 (NyH) maize (Zea mays L.) mapping population (MP-4, NSL 511548 MAP) is composed of 234 recombinant inbred lines (RILs). The population was developed from an initial cross between inbred lines Ny821 and H99 (PI 587129). The parents of this population were selected on the basis of variation for low phosphorus tolerance, with the parent with higher tolerance, Ny821, having a highly branched root system and the parent with lower tolerance, H99, having a simple root system. The population segregates for a number of agronomic traits, including plant height, ear height, leaf number, and flowering time. (continued)

      Published: September 8, 2015

    • James M. Johnson, German Muttoni, Natalia de Leon and Shawn M. Kaeppler
      Registration of the OhW (Oh43×W64A) Maize Recombinant Inbred Mapping Population

      The Oh43×W64A (OhW) maize (Zea mays L.) mapping population (MP-3, NSL 511549 MAP) consists of 255 recombinant inbred lines (RILs). This mapping population was constructed from a cross between inbred lines Oh43 (Ames 19288) and W64A (PI 587152). Our primary goal was to develop a mapping population segregating for a large number of important agronomic traits using a cross of lines that formed a heterotic hybrid used in the northern Corn Belt. Genetic markers were scored using genotyping-by-sequencing technology, and a high-density genetic map was constructed using the single nucleotide polymorphism data. (continued)

      Published: September 8, 2015

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