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Trait NameTrait RemarkTrait MethodDetails
Growth class-1. winter; 2. facultative (intermediate); 3. springscores
II/1 Awnedness-1. awnless to very short awnlettes on upper part of spike < 10 mm; 3. awnletted  10 - 40 mm; 5. intermediate (long awnlettes/short awns on upper part of spike) 41 - 60 mm; 7. awned (whole spike) < = length of spike; 9. long awned (whole spike) > length of spikescores
II/2 Grain colour-1. white yellow; 2. amber yellow; 3. light brown/light red; 4. brown/red; 5. dark brown/dark red; 6. purple; 7. otherscores
II/3 Glume colour-1. white yellow; 2. brown/red; 3. grey; 4. black; 5.otherscores
II/4 Glume hairness-0. absent; 3 sparse; 5 intermediate; 7 densescores
II/5 Spike density-1. very low/very sparse < 16.0; 3.low/sparse 16.0 - 25.0; 5.intermediate 25.1 - 30.0; 7. high/dense 30.1 - 40.0; 9.very high/compact > 40.0scores
II/6 Plant height-1. dwarf < 35 cm; 2. dwarf to short 35 - 50 cm; 3. short 51 - 65 cm; 4. short to intermediate 66 - 80 cm; 5. intermediate 81 - 95 cm; 6. intermediate to high 96 - 110 cm; 7. high 111 - 125 cm; 8. high to very high 126 - 140 cm; 9. very high > 140 cm; X variable expressionscores
Number of spikelets per spike-The average number of spikelets per spike from five typical spikes selected from a growing accessionscores
Number of seeds per spikelet-The average number of seeds from a spikelet - obtained from the central portion of the spike - using the five typical spikes coded in number of spikelets per spikescores
II/7 1000 Kernel weight-1. very low < 27  g; 3. low 27 - 36 g; 5. intermediate 36.1 - 45 g; 7. high 45.1 - 54 g; 9. very high > 54 gscores
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