hordeum > *órdi̯u > ordzu > Rom. orz 'barley', before stress Lat. rōgātiōnem > *rogati̯óne > *rogačone > Rom. rugăciune 'prayer ... Latin hordeum 'barley'; and Romanian mei, Aromanian mel'u, Megleno-Romanian and Istro-Romanian mel' < Latin milium 'millet' ( ...
Three Chinese words are associated with two varieties of barley: 青稞 and 藏青稞: Hordeum aegiceras Nees ex Royle 青稞: Hordeum ... Hordeum vulgare var. trifurcatum (Schlechtendal) Alefeld, Landw. Fl. 341. 1866. on efloras.org (flora of China) v t e. ...
Leaf rust is a fungal disease of barley caused by Puccinia hordei. It is also known as brown rust and it is the most important ... Brooks, W.S.; C.A. Griffey; B.J. Steffenson; H.E. Vivar (2000). "Genes governing resistance to Puccinia hordei in thirteen ... Steffensen, Brian J.; Y. Jin; C.A. Griffey (1993). "Pathotypes of Puccinia hordei with virulence for the barley leaf rust ... Most of the barley cultivars grown in the United States are susceptible to Puccinia hordei. Nineteen seedling resistance genes ...
Allotetraploid combinations of Pseudoroegeneria and Hordeum and are seen in Elmyus (HHStSt),[5] but also shows introgression ... One of the earliest branches in Triticeae, to Pseudoroegeneria, produces the genome StSt and another Hordeum then genome = HH. ... include Hordeum (Barley), Eremian, Psathyrostachys. The broad distribution of cultivars within the Tribe and the properties of ...
Hordeum vulgare (Barley) cv. Windich". Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 29 (1): 143. doi:10.1071/EA9890143. ... "Hordeum vulgare (Barley) c.v. Windich". Commonly referred to simply as "Windich", the cultivar is named for Tommy Windich, ...
A hybrid between Hordeum chilense and Tritieum aestivum. Cereal Res. Comm. 5: 365-368. McAdam, N. J., J. Senior & M.D. Hayward ... Hordeum x Agropyrum hybrids. Hereditas 78:291-294. Keller, W., 1945. An evaluation of kraft and parchment paper bags for the ... Haploidy from Hordeum interspecific crosses. I. Polyhaploids of H. parodii and H. procerum. Theor. Appl. Genet. 49:209 217. ... Production of a polyhaploid plant of Aegilops crassa (6x) pollinated by Hordeum bulbosum. Japan J. Genetics 52:39%401. Hall, O ...
Hordeum jubatum (foxtail barley; native) Hordeum pusillum (little barley; native) Hordeum vulgare (barley; introduced from ...
Hordeum capense Thunb. indigenous Hordeum geniculatum All. not indigenous, naturalised Hordeum marinum Huds. subsp. gussoneanum ... not indigenous, naturalised Hordeum murinum L. subsp. murinum, not indigenous, naturalised Hordeum murinum L. subsp. glaucum ( ... not indigenous, naturalised Hordeum stenostachys Godr. not indigenous, naturalised Genus Hyparrhenia: Hyparrhenia anamesa ... indigenous Genus Holcus: Holcus lanatus L. not indigenous, naturalised Holcus setiger Nees, endemic Genus Hordeum: ...
The host range of the form species hordei is restricted to barley and other Hordeum species. At first, powdery mildew can be ... hordei. The disease has a worldwide distribution and is most damaging in cool, wet climates. ...
hordei). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 88:215-219. Friedt, W., Breun, J., Zuchner, S., and Foroughi-Wehr, B. 1986. ... In barley, haploids can be produced by wide crossing with the related species Hordeum bulbosum; fertilization is affected, but ... High frequency haploid production in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Nature 225: 874-876. Kearsey, M. J. 2002. QTL analysis: ...
hordei, is an obligate parasite that overseasons on volunteer barley or rye, certain wild barleys such as Hordeum jubatum ( ... hordei. a forma specialis of Puccinia striiformis. It was first detected in the United States in 1991, in northern and eastern ... hordei to other rust" (PDF). Plant Dis. 85: 1334-1342. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2007-02-22. ... hordei and yield loss in barley" (PDF). Phytopathology. 79 (7): 732-737. doi:10.1094/pd-79-0732. Archived from the original ( ...
juncea) and barley (Hordeum vulgare). The majority of fauna consists of livestock like cattle, and poultry. Almost all of the ...
Pammel's oniongrass) Hordeum pammelii Scribn. & Ball (a grass) Senecio pammelii Greenman (a composite) Pammel, Louis Hermann ( ...
japonica attacks barley Hordeum vulgare. P. s. pv. lapsa attacks wheat Triticum aestivum. P. s. pv. panici attacks Panicum ...
In agriculture, shattering is the dispersal of a crop's seeds upon their becoming ripe. From an agricultural perspective this is generally an undesirable process, and in the history of crop domestication several important advances have involved a mutation in a crop plant that reduced shattering - instead of the seeds being dispersed as soon as they were ripe, the mutant plants retained the seeds for longer, which made harvesting much more effective.. A particularly important mutation that was selected very early in the history of agriculture removed the "brittle rachis" problem from wheat.[1] A ripe head ("ear") of wild-type wheat is easily shattered into dispersal units when touched, or blown by the wind, because during ripening a series of abscission layers forms that divides the rachis into short segments, each attached to a single spikelet (which contains 2-3 grains along with chaff).. A different class of shattering mechanisms involves dehiscence of the mature fruit, which releases the ...
During the Great War the Canadian government had completely taken over the grain industry. The government created a series of boards in and around the war, each with progressively more power to control the grain trade. The Board of Grain Commissioners of 1912 was purely for regulation (to supervise grading, etc.), but by 1915 the government had seized control of all wheat exports to help the war effort, and by 1917 futures trading on the Winnipeg Exchange was banned. In 1917, the new Board of Grain Supervisors was given monopoly powers over wheat, and fixed uniform prices across the country. Soon after the Board took over marketing of crops as well. Farmers were worried that after the war prices would crash and various agrarian groups lobbied Ottawa to keep the Board in place. The government relented by creating the Canadian Wheat Board for the 1919 crop only. Farmers got a guaranteed price for that crop, paid immediately, and later a further payment once the Board had sold all harvest and made ...
Non-native plants include: Wild Oats (Avena spp.) Filaree (Erodium spp.) Barnyard Foxtail (Hordeum murinum) Bromus spp. Rat- ...
Hordeum is the most important cereal. The Stone Building also yielded most of 6000 excavated animal bones. The Stone Guilding ...
The first samples of Hordeum sp. (cereal grains) and Triticum sp. (wheat) were found, making them the first sample of these ...
Hordeum vulgare 125-162 GDD to emergence and 1290-1540 GDD to maturity ...
Hordeum vulgare) 14 [22] Aloe vera 14 The diploid chromosome number is 2n = 14 with four pair of long acrocentric chromosomes ...
9th millennium BCE: Barley (Hordeum vulgare ssp. vulgare) is domesticated in the Fertile Crescent in West Asia. The earliest ... 2000), "On the Origin and Domestication History of Barley (Hordeum vulgare)", Mol Biol Evol, 17 (4): 499-510, doi:10.1093/ ...
Possibly what the Bedouins in Israel call shaʿir ḥusseini (Jackal's barley), being Hordeum spontaneum K.Koch. In tractate ... believed to be Hordeum spontaneum. Sefer Arukh, s.v. שבל, British Library (Add MS 26881). Amar, Z. 2015, p. 156. Thus is it ...
Hordeum secalinum) is also present. It is therefore likely that the differences described in the article are an underestimate ...
hordei ¤Ustilago nuda var. nuda (C.N. Jensen) Rostr. ¤ Ustilago nuda var. tritici "Index Fungorum - Names Record". www. ... Ustilago nuda infects barley 'Hordeum vulgare L.' but there are many strains of Ustilago which infect many different cereal ...
CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Hordeum leporinum Link". FloraBase. Western Australian Government Department of Parks ...
1 Hordeum brevisubulatum1, H. distichon1, H. sativum var. hexastichon1, H. vulgare1, H. vulgare var. hexastichon1 Lablab ...
hordei on barley, f.sp. avenae on oats and f.sp. secalis on rye. Other formae speciales are pathogenic on wild grasses, ... hordei has recently been sequenced. [1], as well as the genome of Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici [2] Sequencing of the genome ...
Hordeum Vulgare. Orge. 25 cas relevés. [4],[5] Al-Aluminium. xxx. Solidago hispida (Solidago canadensis L). Gerbe-d'or, ...
nov., two species from the rhizosphere of Hordeum secalinum". International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology ... and aerobic bacterium from the genus of Rheinheimera which has been isolated from the rhizosphere of the plant Hordeum ...