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Barley is one of the world's most important crops with uses ranging from food and feed production representing the fourth most abundant cereal in both area and harvested tonnage. Barley is the best suitable crop for genetic studies, because of its diploid nature with a relatively small number of large chromosomes and has been widely used as a genetic model. With the advance of new genomics platforms, transcriptome, metabolome analyses and bioinformatics, the dissection of various quantitative traits and the determination of their chromosomal locations which in turn led to the identification of a number of marker–trait associations in various crop species including barley become feasible.
chromosomes,Plant development, linkage, genetic map, Gene mutations,Gene variation,Genetically Modified Organisms