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London. Russell, Sir E. , and Bishop, L. R. (1933). J. inst. Brew. 39, 88. Weaver, J. G. (1943). "Barley in the United States, A Historical Sketch". Geographical Review, New York. CHAPTER 3 The Breeding of Barley Varieties G. D . H . B E L L A N D F . G. H . L U P T O N Plant Breeding Institute, Trumpington, Cambridge, England I. Introduction . . . . A. Systematics, Phylogeny and Taxonomy of Barley . B. Geography and Ecology . . . C. Life-cycle and Reproductive Mechanism . II. Genetics of Barley .
This is certainly true of the crops grown intensively for malting purposes, and for livestock feeding, although there are important varieties belonging to the dense-ear groups, while other forms such as those with naked grain and hooded spikelets occur over wide areas. Needless to say, there are many thousands of agricultural varieties within the large botanical groups, and it is usual for a plant breeder to confine his attention to a particular botanical type in breeding barley for particular conditions and specific purposes.
LUPTON whelming majority of cases for the grain, which may be used for stock feeding, malting and brewing, or distilling. But where the primary producer grows barley for processing, his interests are immediately coincident with those of the processer, and all concerned are united in an industrial process which centres on the economic production and utilization of the barley grain which must conform to specific requirements if it is to be utilized in the most effective way. Nevertheless, although these considerations concentrate attention on definite plant characters which determine the qualities of a prescribed article, the breeder has to visualize the plant as a living and variable entity which has a recognizable morphology, physiology and pattern of growth which combine to give the crop its special virtues for commercial exploitation.