Importance of the Secondary Genepool in Barley Genetics and Breeding. I. Cytogenetics and Molecular Analysis
R. Pickering, P.A. Johnston, B. Rugehttps://doi.org/10.17221/3702-CJGPBCitation:Pickering R., Johnston P.A., Ruge B. (2004): Importance of the Secondary Genepool in Barley Genetics and Breeding. I. Cytogenetics and Molecular Analysis. Czech J. Genet. Plant Breed., 40: 73-78.
There have been no plant breeding developments using species from the tertiary genepool of cultivated barley for breeding or genetics since the VIIIth International Barley Genetics Symposium in 2000. Hence, the first part of this review describes progress since 2000 in developing and characterising recombinant lines derived from hybridisations between the sole species in the secondary genepool, Hordeum bulbosum L., and cultivated barley, Hordeum vulgare L. The topics discussed in part I are cytogenetics and molecular analysis of recombinant lines.
barley; Hordeum bulbosum; chromosome pairing; introgressions; EST; cDNA-AFLP; molecular markers