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Wheat: Chemistry and Technology, vol. , pp. 47À95. St. Paul, MN: American Association of Cereal Chemists. Hoseney RC (1994) Cereal Science and Technology, 2nd edn, pp. 1À28. St. Paul, MN: American Association of Cereal Chemists. Juliano JB and Aldama MJ (1937) Morphology of Oryza sativa L. Philippines Agriculturalist 26: 1À134. Juliano BO and Bechtel DB (1985) The rice grain and its gross composition. , pp. 17À57. St. Paul, MN: American Association of Cereal Chemists. Pomeranz Y (1987) Modern Cereal Science and Technology, pp.

In the rush to improve agricultural productivity and achieve selfsufficiency, there was a proliferation of varieties with ‘‘synonyms’’ (using different names for the 1523 Fitzherbert: Boke of husbandry : described three types of barley • “Sprott-barley,” Spratt or battledore barley, a two-row barley with very broad ears. • “Longe-eare barley” – a general term covering three recognizable two-row barleys with long lax ears: “rath” (early) ripe, “meddle” (middle) ripe, and “late” ripe barleys. • “Beare barley” – a six-row barley still grown in Scotland and the Orkney Islands in the UK.

In wheat, the anthocyanin color of the coleoptile of 1 week old seedlings is a useful morphological discriminator. Leaf Characters Figure 5 Differences in scurs of wheat: left, scurs absent; right, scurs present. ) of at least 1 scale point from the most similar variety is usually enough to confer distinctness. However, each character used to establish distinctness and listed in the final variety description must also show uniformity and stability of expression over the testing period. The weakness of the UPOV methods using morphological characteristics is that some characters show a continuous range of expression that can vary according to the local environment in which a variety is grown.

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