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One of the first well developed classical genetic maps for barley included isozymes and morphological markers (Sogaard and von-Wettstein-Knowles 1987). Genetic mapping of barley accelerated with the application of molecular markers to doubled haploid (DH) populations (Chen and Hayes, 1989). Subsequently, molecular markers were added, beginning with RFLP and PCR markers (Shin et al. 1990), and these maps became more dense (Graner et al. 1991, and Kleinhofs et al. 1993) enabling the mapping of many important agronomic qualitative and quantitative traits. New molecular markers were developed, improving the barley genetic map with AFLP markers (Waugh et al. 1997, Qi et al. 1998, Yin et al. 1999 and Hori et al. 2003). One of the first well developed classical genetic maps for barley included isozymes and morphological markers (Sogaard and von-Wettstein-Knowles 1987). Later on, molecular markers were added, beginning with RFLP and PCR markers (Shin et al. 1990), and these maps became more dense (Graner et al. 1991, Heun et al. 1991, and Kleinhofs et al. 1993) enabling the mapping

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of many important agronomic qualitative and quantitative traits. New molecular markers were developed, improving the barley genetic map with AFLP markers (Waugh et al. 1997, Qi et al. 1998a, and Yin et al. 1999), and with microsatellite markers (Ramsay et al. 2000, Pillen et al. 2000, and Holton et al. 2002).

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