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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF CEREAL GERMPLASM FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE AND WINTER-HARDINESS

Location: Plant Science Research

Title: Registration of 'Dan' winter hulless barley)

Author
item Griffey, Carl
item Brooks, Wynse
item Vaughn, Mark
item Thomason, Wade
item Paling, Joseph
item Pitman, Robert
item Dunaway, David
item Corbin, Raymond
item Kenner, Jason
item Hokanson, Elizabeth
item Behl, Harry
item Beahm, Bruce
item Liu, Shuyu
item Gundrum, Patty
item Brann, Daniel
item Whitt, David
item Custis, James
item Starner, David
item Gulick, Steve
item Ashburn, S
item Jones, Ned
item Marshall, David
item Fountain, Myron
item Tuong, Tan duy
item Premakumar, R
item Livingston, David
item Hicks, Kevin
item Kurantz, Michael
item Taylor, Frank
item Moreau, Robert

Submitted to: Journal of Plant Registrations
Publication Type: Peer reviewed journal
Publication Acceptance Date: 11/9/2010
Publication Date: 1/3/2011
Citation: Griffey, C., Brooks, W., Vaughn, M., Thomason, W., Paling, J., Pitman, R., Dunaway, D., Corbin, R., Kenner, J., Hokanson, E., Behl, H., Beahm, B., Liu, S., Gundrum, P., Brann, D., Whitt, D., Custis, J., Starner, D., Gulick, S., Ashburn, S., Jones, N., Marshall, D.S., Fountain, M.O., Tuong, T.D., Premakumar, R., Livingston, D.P., Hicks, K.B., Kurantz, M.J., Taylor, F., Moreau, R.A. 2011. Registration of 'Dan' winter hulless barley. Journal of Plant Registrations. 5:1-4.

Interpretive Summary: A new hulless barley variety was released from the VA agricultural experiment station in March 2010. This paper describes the characteristics that make it unique. Briefly, it was higher yielding had a higher density and a high starch concentration and was resistant to Fusarium head blight.

Technical Abstract: Dan’ (Reg. No. CV- , PI 659066) six-rowed winter hulless barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) was developed and released by the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station in March 2009. Dan was derived from the cross VA96-41-17 / SC872143. It was released for production in the eastern United States, as a potential commodity for fuel ethanol, food, and feed production. In Virginia’s Official State Variety Trial, Dan had an average (2007-2009) grain yield of 3564 kg ha-1 that was higher than those of the hulless cultivars Eve (3359 kg ha-1) and Doyce (3209 kg ha-1). Dan had the highest average grain volume weight (78.3 kg hl-1), which was significantly (P < 0.05) higher than those of Eve (75.7 kg hl-1) and Doyce (70.0 kg hl-1). Grain of Dan had an average starch concentration (66.2%) that exceeded those of Doyce (62.7%) and Eve (60.4%). Dan provides barley producers and end users in the eastern U.S. with a widely adapted, winter-hardy hulless cultivar having superior grain quality and resistance to Fusarium Head Blight (Fusarium graminearum).

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