Table 1. Overview of 18 Barley Genotypes Used in This Study
Agronomic GroupGenotypeaReleaseBreederPedigree
DHBarkeDH1996BreunLibelle x Alexis
DHMorexDH1978MN AESCree x Bonanza
1Ackermanns Bavaria1910AckermannSelection from Bavarian landrace
1Heils Franken1895HeilSelection from Franconian landrace
1Isaria1924AckermannDanubia x Bavaria
1Pflugs Intensiv1921PflugSelection from Bavarian landrace
2Apex1983LochowAramir x (Ceb.6721 x Julia x Volla x L100)
2Perun1988Hrubcice/NKGNordHE 1728 x Karat
2Sissy1990Streng(Frankengold x Mona) x Trumpf
2Trumpf (Triumpf)1973HadmerslebenDiamant x 14029/64/6 ((Alsa x S3170/Abyss) x 11719/59) x Union
3Barke1996BreunLibelle x Alexis
3Beatrix2004NordsaatViskosa x Pasadena
3Djamila2003Nordsaat(Annabell x Si 4) x Thuringia
3Eunova2000ProbstdorfH 53 D x CF 79
3Streif2007Saatzucht Streng GmbH & Co. KGPasadena x Aspen
3Ursa2001Nordsaat(Thuringia x Hanka) x Annabell
3Victoriana2007Probstdorfer Saatzucht(LP 1008.5.98 x LP 5191) x Saloon
  • The double haploid population parents are indicated with “DH.” Cultivar Morex is a six-rowed, spring barley from the US. All other cultivars are two-rowed spring barleys released in Germany. Genotypes are grouped according to the year of release (except for DH lines).

  • a Bold indicates the short name used in all the figures.