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    Volume 15, Issue 1
    1-222
    January 2021

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Cover Image, Volume 15, Issue 1

  • First Published:11 February 2021

On the cover: UC Tiger's Eye, a new variety of heirloom-like dry bean with improved disease resistance and increased yields on organic farms. See T. Parker et al., “Registration of ‘UC Tiger's Eye’ heirloom-like dry bean,” https://doi.org/10.1002/plr2.20084. Photo by Travis Parker.

REGISTRATION

Cultivar

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Registration of ‘Mislevy’ bermudagrass

  • Pages: 7-15
  • First Published:05 November 2020
Core Ideas

  • Mislevy is a potential new bermudagrass cultivar for South Florida.
  • Mislevy has greater early-spring herbage accumulation than most bermudagrass cultivars.
  • Mislevy has superior herbage accumulation at late maturity.
  • Nutritive value was similar among Mislevy and other bermudagrass cultivars tested in this study.

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Registration of ‘UC Tiger's Eye’ heirloom-like dry bean

  • Pages: 16-20
  • First Published:09 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • Heirloom-like dry bean types are high-value alternatives to major market classes, especially for the organic sector.
  • Phenotypic and marker-assisted selection were used to develop UC Tiger's Eye dry bean.
  • UC Tiger's Eye has improved disease resistance and yield.
  • It maintains heirloom seed and culinary traits.

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Registration of ‘UC Southwest Red’ heirloom-like red and white mottled bean

  • Pages: 21-27
  • First Published:03 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • UC Southwest Red dry bean cultivar combines properties of commercial cultivars with heirloom-like qualities.
  • It has high yield and Bean common mosaic virus resistance.
  • Like heirlooms, it has unique seed patterns and culinary characteristics.
  • UC Southwest Red is suited to organic environments.

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A new black bean with resistance to bean rust: Registration of ‘ND Twilight’

  • Pages: 28-36
  • First Published:09 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • ND Twilight black bean cultivar has good agronomic performance and disease resistance.
  • This new cultivar has both rust and Bean common mosaic virus resistance.
  • It also has intermediate resistance to common bacterial blight and soybean cyst nematode.
  • The plant architecture is upright.
  • Seed shape, size, color, and canning quality are all within acceptable ranges.

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Registration of ‘UC Sunrise’ heirloom-like orange and white mottled bean

  • Pages: 43-47
  • First Published:03 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • UC Sunrise has heirloom-like culinary qualities.
  • It has improved yields and Bean common mosaic virus resistance.
  • UC Sunrise was bred in organic environments, making it uniquely suited to these conditions.

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Registration of ‘ND Dawn’ large yellow pea

  • Pages: 53-61
  • First Published:28 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • ND Dawn is the first yellow pea cultivar released from the NDSU Pulse Breeding Program.
  • ND Dawn has high yield potential in North Dakota and Montana.
  • It is an early maturing, semi-dwarf, semi-leafless, and large-seeded yellow field pea.
  • Protein content of ND Dawn is acceptable for high-protein pea.
  • Across the USA, North Dakota currently ranks first for production of field pea.

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Registration of ‘Naronut 2T’ groundnut

  • Pages: 62-67
  • First Published:22 January 2021
Core Ideas

  • Naronut 2T is a high-yielding, very early maturing peanut cultivar.
  • Naronut 2T is resistant to groundnut rosette disease and late leaf spot disease.

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Registration of ‘Scorpio’ hard red winter wheat

  • Pages: 113-120
  • First Published:30 October 2020
Core Ideas

  • Development of hard red winter wheat cultivars for the state of Washington.
  • Scorpio hard red winter wheat is tolerant of low-pH soils with high concentrations of Al.
  • Scorpio has adult-plant resistance to stripe rust.

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Soft red winter wheat ‘GA 051207-14E53’: Adapted cultivar to Georgia and the U.S. Southeast region

  • Pages: 132-139
  • First Published:11 February 2021
Core Ideas

  • GA 051207-14E53 is a SRWW wheat cultivar adapted to the U.S. Southeast.
  • GA 051207-14E53 is resistant to leaf and stripe rusts.
  • GA 051207-14E53 has good resistance to scab (FHB), Hessian fly, and powdery mildew.
  • GA 051207-14E53 has good milling and baking qualities.

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Registration of ‘KS Western Star’ hard red winter wheat

  • Pages: 140-146
  • First Published:14 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • Hard red winter wheat cultivar ‘KS Western Star’ was developed for western Kansas.
  • KS Western Star has good drought tolerance, lodging resistance, and grain quality.

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Registration of ‘KS Silverado’ hard white winter wheat

  • Pages: 147-153
  • First Published:02 February 2021
Core Ideas

  • Hard white winter wheat cultivar ‘KS Silverado’ was developed for Kansas.
  • KS Silverado has competitive grain yield, good straw strength, and tolerance to preharvest sprouting.
  • KS Silverado has good disease resistance package and good end-use qualities.

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Registration of ‘KS Dallas’ hard red winter wheat

  • Pages: 154-160
  • First Published:14 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • Hard red winter wheat cultivar ‘KS Dallas’ was developed for western Kansas.
  • KS Dallas has good yield potential, disease resistance, and grain quality.

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Registration of ‘Stingray CL+’ soft white winter wheat

  • Pages: 161-171
  • First Published:09 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • Stingray CL+ is a soft white winter wheat cultivar with herbicide tolerance developed for Washington.
  • Stingray CL+ combines herbicide tolerance and disease resistance using marker-assisted selection in wheat.
  • Wheat productivity is improved through development of new wheat cultivars.

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Registration of ‘USDA Lori’ soft white spring waxy wheat

  • Pages: 172-176
  • First Published:02 February 2021
Core Ideas

  • Waxy wheat has unique processing.
  • USDA Lori is a novel type of wheat.
  • Waxy wheat requires segregation.

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Registration of ‘Resilience CL+’ soft white winter wheat

  • Pages: 196-205
  • First Published:22 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • A successful wheat cultivar was developed by efficient use of markers and fast breeding.

  • Resilience CL+ was developed from a diverse cross: soft white winter crossed with hard red spring.

  • Marker assisted background selection approach works well to develop successful cultivars.

Mapping Population

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Registration of the wheat D-genome nested association mapping (DNAM) population

  • Pages: 215-222
  • First Published:07 December 2020
Core Ideas

  • A wheat nested association mapping population was developed with direct crossing to Ae. tauschii.
  • This mapping population isolates the D genome.
  • Novel disease resistance genes can be introgressed into elite lines.
  • Genetic diversity in wheat breeding programs can be increased with minimal linkage drag.
  • Direct crossing to Ae. tauschii can improve quantitative traits in wheat.