2013 Barley Improvement Conference

Welcome & Overview
Mike Davis, American Malting Barley Association

Looking in Unexpected Places-Winter Barley of the Great Plains 
Stephen Baenziger, University of Nebraska

Quick Shifting Without Double Clutching – From Six to Two-Row Winter Barley in a Single Bound 
Pat Hayes, Oregon State University

Improving Low Temperature Tolerance in  Malting Barley for Winter Survival
Kevin Smith, University of Minnesota

Winter Hardiness Research in Wisconsin
Cynthia Henson, USDA-ARS, Madison, WI

Insight into the Genetic Basis of Winter Hardiness and the Potential this has to Alter Malting Quality Barley
Eric Stockinger, Ohio State University

Malt, Feed and Food Barley Breeding at WSU
Kevin Murphy, Washington State University

Application of Metabolomics in Cereal Science
Paul Schwarz, North Dakota State University

Barley Vulnerability to Wheat Stem Rust: Enhancing our Limited Resistance Sources
Maricelis Acevedo, North Dakota State University

Adaptation to New Environments
Robbie Waugh, James Hutton Institute

Ds- Transposition in Barley: a Dual-Purpose Tool for Transposon Tagging and Transgene Delivery
Phil Bregitizer, USDA-ARS, Aberdeen, ID

Barley Research at Aberdeen 
Gongshe Hu, USDA-ARS, Aberdeen, ID

World Barley Situation
Alan Slater, Busch Agricultural Resources