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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Barley grain defects (kernel staining, pre-harvest sprouting and black point) have resulted in tens of million dollars economic loss to the barley industry due to malting barley being discounted or down graded to feed... Development of phenotypic analysis tools for 3 A recently updated "Seedcount" image analysis system was evaluated for barley black point analysis as a replacement for the current visual measurement... Results from the project demonstrate that the Canadian "quality" gene has also resulted in sensitivity to pre-harvest sprouting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Barley grain defects (kernel staining, pre-harvest sprouting and black point) have resulted in tens of million dollars economic loss to the barley industry due to malting barley being discounted or down graded to feed... Development of phenotypic analysis tools for 3 A recently updated "Seedcount" image analysis system was evaluated for barley black point analysis as a replacement for the current visual measurement... Results from the project demonstrate that the Canadian "quality" gene has also resulted in sensitivity to pre-harvest sprouting...
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Voyage into barley's genetic 'inner-space'.. To help ensure the new detail is given a useful role, a novel way was devised to present the data - to depict the barley genome as an integrated 'gene space' in which the order and structure of most of barley's 32,000 genes are placed in a meaningful physical and genetic framework... Overall, barley is the second most important crop in Australian agriculture...
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The genetics of brewing better beer.. Genetic analysis shows that malting barley grown under Australian conditions requires a finer balance between malting quality and pre-harvest sprouting tolerance than its Canadian counterparts.. The market has a strong preference for the malting flavour of Canadian barley and is often willing to pay a $50-per-tonne premium for it...
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