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111 2  International Barley Genetics Symposium|n(11th :|d2012 :
       |cHangzhou, China)|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2017063304 
245 10 Advance in barley sciences :|bproceedings of 11th 
       International Barley Genetics Symposium /|cGuoping Zhang, 
       Chengdao Li, Xu Liu, editors. 
264  1 Dordrecht ;|aNew York :|bSpringer Science + Business Media
       ;|a[Hangzhou] :|bZhejiang University Press,|c2013. 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 460 pages) :|billustrations, map 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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       fileType/1002 
500    Title from PDF title page (viewed Jan. 9, 2013). 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |tEvolution of Wild Barley and Barley Improvement /
       |rEviatar Nevo --|tGenetic Diversity in Latvian Spring 
       Barley Association Mapping Population /|rIeva Mezaka, 
       Linda Legzdina, Robbie Waugh, Timothy J. Close --|tGenome-
       Wide Association Mapping of Malting Quality Traits in 
       Relevant Barley Germplasm in Uruguay /|rAriel Castro, 
       Lorena Cammarota, Blanca Gomez, Lucia Gutierrez --|tThe 
       "Italian" Barley Genetic Mutant Collection: Conservation, 
       Development of New Mutants and Use /|rAntonio Michele 
       Stanca, Giorgio Tumino, Donata Pagani --|tAlpha-Amylase 
       Allelic Variation in Domesticated and Wild Barley /|rSuong
       Cu, Sophia Roumeliotis, Jason Eglinton --|tNovel Genes 
       from Wild Barley Hordeum spontaneum for Barley Improvement
       /|rXue Gong, Chengdao Li, Guoping Zhang, Guijun Yan, Reg 
       Lance --|tThe Distribution of the Hordoindoline Genes and 
       Identification of Puroindoline b-2 Variant Gene Homologs 
       in the Genus Hordeum /|rYohei Terasawa, Kanenori Takata, 
       Tatsuya M. Ikeda. 
505 80 |tVariation in Phenological Development of Winter Barley /
       |rNovo Przulj, Vojislava Momeilovi, Dragan Perovic --
       |tLeaf Number and Thermal Requirements for Leaf 
       Development in Winter Barley /|rVojislava Momcilovic, Novo
       Przulj, Milos Nozinic --|tCharacterization of the Barley 
       (Hordeum vulgare L.) miRNome: A Computational-Based Update
       on MicroRNAs and Their Targets /|rMoreno Colaiacovo, 
       Cristina Crosatti, Lorenzo Giusti --|tThe Construction of 
       Molecular Genetic Map of Barley Using SRAP Markers /
       |rLeilei L. Guo, Xianjun J. Liu, Xinchun C. Liu, Zhimin M.
       Yang --|tPhenotypic Evaluation of Spring Barley RIL 
       Mapping Populations for Pre-harvest Sprouting, Fusarium 
       Head Blight and [beta]-Glucans /|rLinda Legzdina, Mara 
       Bleidere, Guna Usele, Daiga Vilcane --|tMolecular 
       Mechanisms for Covered vs. Naked Caryopsis in Barley /
       |rShin Taketa, Takahisa Yuo, Yuko Yamashita, Mika Ozeki. 
505 80 |tExploiting and Utilizing the Novel Annual Wild Barleys 
       Germplasms on the Qing-Tibetan Plateau /|rDongfa Sun, 
       Tingwen Xu, Guoping Zhang, Zhao Ling, Daokun Sun --
       |tAgronomic and Quality Attributes of Worldwide Primitive 
       Barley Subspecies /|rAbderrazek Jilal, Stefania Grando, 
       Robert James Henry --|tDifferences between Steely and 
       Mealy Barley Samples Associated with Endosperm 
       Modification /|rBarbara Ferrari, Marina Baronchelli, 
       Antonio M. Stanca --|tGenotypic Difference in Molecular 
       Spectral Features of Cellulosic Compounds and Nutrient 
       Supply in Barley: A Review /|rPeiqiang Yu Ph. D. --|tUse 
       of Barley Flour to Lower the Glycemic Index of Food: Air 
       Classification [beta]-Glucan Enrichment and Postprandial 
       Glycemic Response After Consumption of Bread Made with 
       Barley [beta]-Glucan-Enriched Flour Fractions /|rFrancesca
       Finocchiaro, Alberto Gianinetti, Barbara Ferrari --|tFood 
       Preparation from Hulless Barley in Tibet /|rNyima Tashi, 
       Tang Yawei, Zeng Xingquan --|tScreening Hull-less Barley 
       Mutants for Potential Use in Grain Whisky Distilling /
       |rJohn Stuart Swanston, Jill Elaine Middlefell-Williams. 
505 80 |tNatural Variation in Grain Iron and Zinc Concentrations 
       of Wild Barley, Hordeum spontaneum, Populations from 
       Israel /|rJun Yan, Fang Wang, Rongzhi Yang, Tangfu Xiao, 
       Tzion Fahima --|tGenes Controlling Low Phytic Acid in 
       Plants: Identifying Targets for Barley Breeding /|rHongxia
       Ye, Chengdao Li, Matthew Bellgard, Reg Lance --
       |tCorrelation Analysis of Functional Components of Barley 
       Grain /|rTao Yang, Ya-Wen Zeng, Xiao-Ying Pu, Juan Du, Shu
       -Ming Yang --|tGenome-Wide Association Mapping Identifies 
       Disease-Resistance QTLs in Barley Germplasm from Latin 
       America /|rLucia Gutierrez, Natalia Berberian, Flavio 
       Capettini --|tThe CC-NB-LRR-type Rdg2a Resistance Gene 
       Evolved Through Recombination and Confers Immunity to the 
       Seed-Borne Barley Leaf Stripe Pathogen in the Absence of 
       Hypersensitive Cell Death /|rChiara Biselli, Davide 
       Bulgarelli, Nicholas C. Collins --|tIncreased Auxin 
       Content and Altered Auxin Response in Barley Necrotic 
       Mutant nec1 /|rAnete Keisa, Ilva Nakurte, Laura Kunga, 
       Liga Kale. 
505 80 |tVulnerability of Cultivated and Wild Barley to African 
       Stem Rust Race TTKSK /|rBrian J. Steffenson, Hao Zhou, 
       Yuan Chai, Stefania Grando --|tGenome-Wide Association 
       Mapping Reveals Genetic Architecture of Durable Spot 
       Blotch Resistance in US Barley Breeding Germplasm /|rHao 
       Zhou, Brian J. Steffenson --|tGenetic Fine Mapping of a 
       Novel Leaf Rust Resistance Gene and a Barley Yellow Dwarf 
       Virus Tolerance (BYDV) Introgressed from Hordeum bulbosum 
       by the Use of the 9K iSelect Chip /|rPerovic Dragan, Doris
       Kopahnke, Brian J. Steffenson --|tA Major QTL Controlling 
       Adult Plant Resistance for Barley Leaf Rust /|rChengdao Li,
       Sanjiv Gupta, Xiao-Qi Zhang, Sharon Westcott --|tLarge 
       Population with Low Marker Density Verse Small Population 
       with High Marker Density for QTL Mapping: A Case Study for
       Mapping QTL Controlling Barley Net Blotch Resistance /
       |rJian Yang, Chengdao Li, Xue Gong, Sanjiv Gupta, Reg 
       Lance --|t"Deep Phenotyping" of Early Plant Response to 
       Abiotic Stress Using Non-invasive Approaches in Barley /
       |rAgim Ballvora, Christoph Romer, Mirwaes Wahabzada. 
505 80 |tBarley Adaptation: Teachings from Landraces Will Help to
       Respond to Climate Change /|rErnesto Igartua, Ildiko 
       Karsai, M. Cristina Casao, Otto Veisz --|tDevelopment of 
       Recombinant Chromosome Substitution Lines for Aluminum 
       Tolerance in Barley /|rKazuhiro Sato, Jianfeng Ma --|tNew 
       and Renewed Breeding Methodology /|rHayes Patrick, Cuesta-
       Marcos Alfonso --|tBarley in Tropical Areas: The Brazilian
       Experience /|rEuclydes Minella --|tPerformance and Yield 
       Components of Forage Barley Grown Under Harsh 
       Environmental Conditions of Kuwait /|rHabibah S. Al-Menaie,
       Hayam S. Mahgoub, Ouhoud Al-Ragam --|tVariability of 
       Spring Barley Traits Essential for Organic Farming in 
       Association Mapping Population /|rLinda Legzdina, Ieva 
       Mezaka, Indra Beinarovica, Aina Kokare --|tBarley 
       Production and Breeding in Europe: Modern Cultivars 
       Combine Disease Resistance, Malting Quality and High Yield
       /|rWolfgang Friedt, Frank Ordon. 
520    Advance in barley sciences presents the latest 
       developments in barley sciences. It collects 39 papers 
       submitted to the 11th International Barley Genetics 
       Symposium, and covers all presentation sessions of the 
       conference, i.e., barley development and economy, 
       utilization of germplasm, genetic resources and genetic 
       stocks, end-uses, biotic stress tolerance, abiotic 
       stresses, new and renewed breeding methodology, barley 
       physiology, breeding success stories, barley genomics and 
       all other '-omics.' The information will be useful for 
       barley breeders, brewers, biochemists, molecular 
       geneticists and biotechnologists. This book may also serve
       as reference text for students and scientists engaged in 
       barley research. Dr. Guoping Zhang is a barley breeder and
       crop physiologist at the Department of Agronomy, Zhejiang 
       University, China. Dr. Chengdao Li is a senior molecular 
       geneticist and barley breeder at the Department of 
       Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Australia. He is 
       also an adjunct professor at Murdoch University of 
       Australia and Zhejiang University. Dr. Xu Liu, a member of
       the China Academy of Engineering, is a plant resources 
       researcher at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural 
       Sciences. 
650  0 Barley|xGenetics|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85011878|vCongresses.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh99001533 
650  2 Hordeum|xgenetics.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/
       D001467Q000235 
653  4 Life sciences. 
653  4 Agriculture. 
653  4 Molecular ecology. 
653  4 Botany. 
653  4 Farm economics. 
653  4 Plant Sciences. 
653  4 Agricultural Economics. 
655  2 Congress.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D016423 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Conference papers and proceedings.|2fast|0http://
       id.worldcat.org/fast/1423772 
655  7 Conference papers and proceedings.|2lcgft|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/genreForms/gf2014026068 
700 1  Zhang, Guoping.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n81106489 
700 1  Li, Chengdao.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       no2004118320 
700 1  Liu, Xu|c(Plant resources researcher)|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n2017063302 
776 08 |iPrinted edition:|z9789400746817 
880 0  |6505-00|aEvolution of Wild Barley and Barley Improvement 
       -- Genetic Diversity in Latvian Spring Barley Association 
       Mapping Population -- Genome-Wide Association Mapping of 
       Malting Quality Traits in Relevant Barley Germplasm in 
       Uruguay -- The zItaliany Barley Genetic Mutant Collection:
       Conservation, Development of New Mutants and Use -- α-
       Amylase Allelic Variation in Domesticated and Wild Barley 
       -- Novel Genes from Wild Barley Hordeum spontaneum for 
       Barley Improvement -- The Distribution of the 
       Hordoindoline Genes and Identification of Puroindoline b&
       #x2013; 2 Yariant Gene Homologs in the Genus Hordeum -- 
       Exploiting and Utilizing the Novel Annual Wild Barley 
       Germplasms on the Qing-Tibetan Plateau -- Agronomic and 
       Quality Attributes of Worldwide Primitive Barley 
       Subspecies -- Differences between Steely and Mealy Barley 
       Samples Associated with Endosperm Modification -- 
       Genotypic Difference in Molecular Spectral Features of 
       Cellulosic Compounds and Nutrient Supply in Barley: A 
       Review -- Use of Barley Flour to Lower the Glycemic Index 
       of Food: Air Classification β-Glucan-Enrichment and 
       Postprandial Glycemic Response after Consumption of Bread 
       Made with Barleyβ-Glucan-Enriched Flour Fractions -- Food 
       Preparation from Hulless Barley in Tibet -- Screening 
       Hulless Barley Mutants for Potential Use in Grain Whisky 
       Distilling -- Natural Variation in Grain Iron and Zinc 
       Concentrations of Wild Barley, Hordeum spontaneum, 
       Populations from Israel -- Genes Controlling Low Phytic 
       Acid in Plants: Identifying Targets for Barley Breeding --
       Correlation Analysis of Functional Components of Barley 
       Grain -- Genome-Wide Association Mapping Identifies 
       Disease Resistance QTLs in Barley Germplasm from Latin 
       America -- The CC-NB-LRR-Type Rdg2a Resistance Gene 
       Evolved’ through Recombination and Confers Immunity
       to the Seed-Borne Barley Leaf Stripe Pathogen in the 
       Absence of Hypersensitive Cell Death -- Increased Auxin 
       Content and Altered Auxin Response in Barley Necrotic 
       Mutant nec1 -- Vulnerability of Cultivated and Wild Barley
       to African Stem Rust Race TTKSK -- Genome-Wide Association
       Mapping Reveals Genetic Architecture of Durable Spot 
       Blotch Resistance in US Barley Breeding Germplasm -- 
       Genetic Fine Mapping of a Novel Leaf Rust Resistance Gene 
       and a Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus Tolerance(BYDV) 
       Introgressed from Hordeum Bulbosum by the Use of the 9K 
       iSelect Chip -- A major QTL Controlling Adult Plant 
       Resistance for Barley Leaf Rust -- Large Population with 
       Low Marker Density Verse Small Population with High Marker
       Density for QTL Mapping: A Case Study for Mapping QTL 
       Controlling Barley Net Blotch Resistance -- zDeep 
       Phenotypingy of Early Plant Response to Abiotic Stress 
       Using Non-invasive Approaches in Barley -- Barley 
       Adaptation: Teachings from Landraces will Help to Respond 
       to Climate Change -- Development of Recombinant Chromosome
       SubstitutionLines for Aluminium Tolerance in Barley -- New
       and Renewed Breeding Methodology -- Barley in Tropical 
       Areas: The Brazilian Experience -- Performance and Yield 
       Components of Forage Barley Grown under Harsh 
       Environmental Conditions of Kuwait -- Variability of 
       Spring Barley Traits Essential for Organic Farming in 
       Association Mapping Population -- Barley Production and 
       Breeding in Europe: Modern Cultivars Combine Disease 
       Resistance, Malting Quality and High Yield -- Variation in
       Phenological Development of Winter Barley -- Leaf Number 
       and Thermal Requirements for Leaf Development in Winter 
       Barley -- Characterization of the Barley (Hordeum vulgare 
       L.) miRNomea: A Computational-Based Update on MicroRNAs 
       and Their Targets -- The Construction of Molecular Genetic
       Map of Barley Using SRAP Markers -- Phenotypic Evaluation 
       of Spring Barley RIL Mapping Populations for Pre-Harvest 
       Sprouting, Fusarium Head Blight and β-Glucans -- Molecular
       Mechanisms for Covered vs. Naked Caryopsis in Barley. 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2013 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
       springerlink.ebooks2013|5OH1 
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