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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(2)


    • H. Lu, R. Nagata, K. Kenworthy, R. Cherry, K. Quesenberry and P. Busey
      Registration of ‘NUF-76’ St. Augustinegrass

      ‘NUF-76’ (Reg. No. CV-276, PI 674513) St. Augustinegrass [Stenotaphrum secundatum (Walt.) Kuntze] was developed from a series of complex crosses and is suitable for use as a turfgrass in lawns in the southern United States. (continued)

      Published: May 8, 2015

    • Amir M.H. Ibrahim, Jackie Rudd, Ravindra Devkota, Jason Baker, Russell Sutton, Bryan Simoneaux, Geraldine Opeña, Rex Herrington, Lloyd Rooney, Linda Dykes, Joseph Awika, Lloyd R. Nelson, Allan Fritz, Robert L. Bowden, Robert A. Graybosch, Yue Jin, Bradford W. Seabourn, Xianming Chen, Jim Kolmer, Paul St. Amand, Guihua Bai and Robert Duncan
      Registration of ‘TAM 305’ Hard Red Winter Wheat

      Leaf and stripe rusts (caused by Puccinia triticina Erikss. and P. striiformis Westend. f. (continued)

      Published: May 8, 2015

    • Kenneth Quesenberry, Ann Blount, Patricio Munoz, Jason Ferrell and Jose Dubeux
      Registration of ‘FL24D’, a Red Clover Selected for Tolerance to 2,4-D Herbicide

      ‘FL24D’ (Reg. No. CV-33 PI 673130) red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) is a synthetic cultivar selected for tolerance to the herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D), and it is the most nondormant red clover cultivar available in today’s market. Red clover can experience significant broad-leaf weed competition, especially during the establishment phase of a sward. (continued)

      Published: May 8, 2015

    • G. Vandemark, S. O. Guy, W. Chen, K. McPhee, J. Pfaff, M. Lauver and F. J. Muehlbauer
      Registration of ‘Nash’ Chickpea

      The kabuli chickpea (Cicer arientinum L.) cultivar Nash (Reg. No. CV-310; PI 673003) was released by the USDA–ARS in 2013 on the basis of its high yield and large seed size compared with the popular commercial chickpea cultivars Sierra and Sawyer. Nash is an F5-derived line from the cross HB-19/CA9783142 and was evaluated in yield trials from 2008 to 2013 across 30 location-years in Idaho and Washington. (continued)

      Published: April 10, 2015

    • Kevin M. Murphy, Steven E. Ullrich, Max B. Wood, Janet B. Matanguihan, Vadim A. Jitkov, Stephen O. Guy, Xianming Chen, Brook O. Brouwer, Steven R. Lyon and Stephen S. Jones
      Registration of ‘Muir’ Spring Feed Barley

      ‘Muir’ (Reg. No. CV-357, PI 674172) is a two-row, spring, hulled feed barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivar developed and evaluated as 07WA-601.6, and released in 2013 by Washington State University (WSU). Muir was derived from the cross ‘Baronesse’/‘Bob’ and selected through single-seed descent from F2 to F4 and pedigree breeding methods from F5 to F6. Muir was tested in multi-environment trials at 8 to 10 locations per year by the WSU Variety Testing Program from 2011 to 2014. (continued)

      Published: May 1, 2015

    • Malay C. Saha, Jerry L. Baker and Joseph H. Bouton
      Registration of ‘NF402’ Forage Oat

      ‘NF402’ (Reg. No. CV-379, PI 674467), a facultative winter-type forage oat (Avena sativa L.), was developed by the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., Ardmore, OK, and released in 2013. NF402 was tested under the experimental designation NF27. (continued)

      Published: June 12, 2015


    • Xinglai Pan, SiRui Pan, YinHong Shi, QianYing Pan, Li Zhang, TianYuan Pan and YanRui Xue
      Registration of Wheat Line ShunMai yyAh for Hybrid Necrosis

      Hybrid necrosis is a genetic inferiority characterized by early death of leaves or hybrid plants in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), and it is caused by the interaction of dominant genes Ne1 and Ne2 on chromosome arms 5BL and 2BS, respectively. To provide foundation materials for understanding the mechanisms causing hybrid necrosis, we developed a winter wheat line, ShunMai yyAh (Reg. No. GS-184, PI 673347) with the genotype Ne1Ne1Ne2Ne2 and its near isogenic line (NIL) sibling ShunMai yyAf with the genotype Ne1Ne1ne2ne2 at the Wheat Breeding Innovation Group in the Cotton Research Institute of Shanxi Agriculture Science Academy. (continued)

      Published: May 8, 2015

    • Georgia C. Eizenga and Gurdev S. Khush
      Registration of 24 ‘IR36’ Rice Trisomic Lines

      Twenty-four of the ‘IR36’ rice (Oryza sativa L.) trisomic seed stocks, including 10 primary trisomics lines, Triplo 1, Triplo 3, Triplo 4, Triplo 5, Triplo 7, Triplo 8, Triplo 9, Triplo 10, Triplo 11, and Triplo 12 (Reg. No. GS-9 to GS-18, GSOR 101 to GSOR 110); 7 secondary trisomic lines identified as 2n + 5S·5S, 2n + 7S·7S, 2n + 8S·8S, 2n + 8L·8L, 2n + 11S·11S, 2n + 11L·11L, and 2n + 12S·12S (Reg. GS-19 to Reg. (continued)

      Published: May 8, 2015

    • Debbie Laudencia-Chingcuanco
      Registration of Isogenic HMW-GS Ax1 Protein Deficient Lines of an Elite Wheat Cultivar

      A series of isogenic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) lines deficient in high-molecular weight subunit (HMW-GS) proteins encoded on the A-genome of an elite cultivar of bread wheat was developed by USDA–ARS at the Western Regional Research Center in Albany, CA: Ax1-E28H (Reg. No. GS-179, PI 674178); Ax1-F259C (Reg. GS-180, PI 674179); Ax1-F261B (Reg. (continued)

      Published: April 24, 2015


    • Brigid Meints, Brook O. Brouwer, Bradford Brown, Alfonso Cuesta-Marcos, Stephen S. Jones, Mathias Kolding, Scott Fisk, Juliet M. Marshall, Kevin Murphy, Steven Petrie, Karl Rhinhart, Andrew S. Ross and Patrick M. Hayes
      Registration of #STRKR Barley Germplasm

      #STRKR (Reg. No. GP-208, PI 674325) is a hulless, six-row barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) germplasm composed of the bulk of three full-sib lines, two of which have winter growth habit and one of which has facultative growth habit. The germplasm was released by the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station in 2014. (continued)

      Published: April 17, 2015

    • T. E. Carter, S. M. Todd and A. M. Gillen
      Registration of N6001 Soybean Germplasm with Enhanced Yield Derived from Japanese Cultivar Suzuyutaka

      The genetic base of US soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] is relatively narrow and derived primarily from Chinese ancestors. Since Japanese lines have been an underutilized resource, their incorporation into US breeding populations may aid soybean improvement. N6001 (Reg No. GP-396, PI 674170) is a conventional soybean germplasm of group VI maturity released by the USDA–ARS and the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in September 2014. (continued)

      Published: April 10, 2015


    • Walid M. El-Feki, Patrick F. Byrne, Scott D. Reid and Scott D. Haley
      Registration of CO940610/‘Platte’ Wheat Doubled Haploid Mapping Population

      CO940610/‘Platte’ (Reg. No. MP-6, NSL 510728), a hard white winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) doubled haploid (DH) mapping population was developed by the Wheat Breeding Program at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, with assistance from Syngenta Cereals. The population consists of 185 DH lines and was developed to map quantitative trait loci (QTL) for dough rheology, bread-making quality, and agronomic traits. (continued)

      Published: April 17, 2015

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