Journal articles

  1. Hayes, P.M., and R.E. Stucker. 1987. Selection for heading date synchrony in wild rice (Zizania palustris). Crop Sci. 27:653-658.
  2. Hayes, P.M., R.E. Stucker, and G.G. Wandrey. 1989.The domestication of American wild rice. Econ. Bot. 43:203‑214.
  3. Chen, F., and P.M. Hayes. 1989.A comparison of Hordeum bulbosum‑ mediated haploid production efficiency in barley using in vitro floret and tiller culture. Theor. Appl. Genet. 77:701‑704.
  4. Hayes, P.M., and F. Chen. 1989. Genotypic variation for Hordeum bulbosum‑ mediated haploid production in winter and facultative barley. Crop Sci. 29:1184‑1188.
  5. Tragoonrung, S., P.M. Hayes, and B.L. Jones. 1990. Comparison of hill and row plots for agronomic and quality traits in spring malting barley. Can. J. Plant Sci. 70:61‑69.
  6. Tragoonrung, S., P.M. Hayes, and S. Broich. 1990. Near‑infrared reflectance estimates of grain protein and malt extract in hill and row plot evaluations of spring malting barley. Can. J. Plant Sci. 70:71‑78.
  7. Hayes, P.M. 1990. Assessment of resazurin staining as a predictor of malting quality in winter and spring barley.J. Inst. Brewing 96:65‑67.
  8. Schön , C., M. Sanchez, T. Blake, and P.M. Hayes. 1990. Segregation of Mendelian markers in doubled haploid and F2 progeny of a barley cross. Hereditas 113:69‑72.
  9. Blake, T., N. Lybeck, and P.M. Hayes. 1991. Good, bad, and untested ideas in RFLP and QTL analysis. Plant Breeding Abs.61:1‑7.
  10. Chen, F., P.M. Hayes, and C. Rivin. 1991. Hybridization of Hordeum vulgare and Zea mays. Genome 34:603‑605.
  11. Hayes, P.M. 1991. Malting barley improvement. Master Brewers Assoc. Americas Tech. Quart. 28: 4‑7.
  12. Kolar, S., P.M. Hayes, and T. Chen. 1991. Genotypic variation for cold tolerance in barley. Crop Sci.31:1149‑1152.
  13. Chen, F., and P.M. Hayes. 1991. Effect of exogenous plant growth regulators on in vitro seed set, embryo development, and haploid production in a H. vulgare X H. bulbosum cross. Plant Cell, Tissue, and Organ Culture 26:179‑184.
  14. Schön, C., and P.M. Hayes. 1991. Gametophytic selection in a winter x spring barley cross. Genome 34:918‑922.
  15. Tragoonrung, S., V. Kanazin, P.M. Hayes, and T.K. Blake. 1992. STS facilitated PCR for barley genome mapping. Theor. Appl. Genet. 84:1002‑1008.
  16. Chen, F., and P.M. Hayes. The genetic basis of seed set in barley genotypes varying in compatibility with Hordeum bulbosum. Genome 35: 799‑805.
  17. Hayes, P.M., T.K. Blake, T.H.H. Chen, S. Tragoonrung, F. Chen, A. Pan, and B. Liu. 1993. Quantitative trait loci on barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) chromosome 7 associated with components of winter hardiness. Genome 36: 66-71.
  18. Kleinhofs A., A. Kilian, M. Saghai Maroof, R. Biyashev, P. Hayes, F. Chen, N. Lapitan, A. Fenwick, T.Blake, V. Kanazin, E. Ananiev, L. Dahleen, D. Kudrna, J. Bollinger, S. Knapp, B. Liu, M. Sorrells, M. Heun, J. Franckowiak, D. Hoffman, R. Skadsen, and B.Steffenson. 1993. A molecular, isozyme, and morphological map of the barley (Hordeum vulgare) genome.Theor. Appl. Genet. 86:705-712.
  19. Hayes, P.M., B.H. Liu, S.J. Knapp, F. Chen, B. Jones, T. Blake, J. Franckowiak, D. Rasmusson, M. Sorrells, S.E. Ullrich, D. Wesenberg, and A. Kleinhofs. 1993. Quantitative trait locus effects and environmental interaction in a sample of North American barley germplasm. Theor. Appl. Genet. 87:392-401.
  20. Mundt, C.C., P.M. Hayes, and C.C. Schon. 1994. Influence of barley mixtures on severity of scald and net blotch and on yield. Plant Pathol. 43:356-361.
  21. Chen, F., D. Prehn, P.M. Hayes, D. Mulrooney, A. Corey, and H. Vivar. 1994. Mapping genes for resistance to barley stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. hordei). Theor. Appl. Genet. 88: 215‑219.
  22. Chen F. Q., P, M. Hayes, D. Mulrooney, and A. Pan. 1994. Identification and characterization of plant calreticulin from barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). The Plant Cell 6: 835‑843.
  23. Karsai, I., Z. Bedö, and P.M. Hayes. 1994. Effect of induction medium pH and maltose concentration on in vitro androgenesis of hexaploid winter triticale and wheat. Plant Cell, Tissue, and Organ Culture. 94:49‑54.
  24. Pan, A., P.M. Hayes, F. Chen, T. H. H., Blake, T.K., S. Wright, I. Karsai, and Z. Bedö.1994.Genetic analysis of the components of winterhardiness in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Theor. Appl. Genet. 89:900‑910.
  25. Chen, F., P.M. Hayes, D.M. Mulrooney, and A. Pan. 1994. Nucleotide sequence of a cDNA encoding a heat‑shock protein (HSP 70) from barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Plant Physiol. 106: 815.
  26. Chen, F. and P.M. Hayes. 1994. Nucleotide sequence and developmental expression of duplicated genes encoding protein disulfide isomerase in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Plant Physiol. 106:1705‑1706.
  27. Iyamabo, O.E., and P.M. Hayes. 1995. Effects of plot type on detection of quantitative trait locus effects in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Plant Breeding114: 55-60.
  28. Iyamabo, O.E., and P.M. Hayes. 1995. Effects of selection and opportunities for recombination in doubled haploid populations of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Plant Breeding 114: 131-136.
  29. Van Zee K., F.Q. Chen, P.M. Hayes, T. Close, and T.H.H. Chen. 1995. Cold specific induction of a subset of dehydrin gene family members in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Plant Physiol. 108:1233-1239.
  30. Han, F., S.E. Ullrich, S. Chirat, S. Menteur, L. Jestin, A. Sarrafi, P.M. Hayes, B.L. Jones, T.K. Blake, D. Wesenberg, A. Kleinhofs, and A. Kilian. 1995. Mapping of Beta glucan content and Beta glucanase activity loci in barley grain and malt. Theor. Appl. Genet. 91:921-927.
  31. Oziel, A., P.M. Hayes, F.Q. Chen, and B. Jones. 1996. Application of quantitative trait locus mapping to the development of winter habit malting barley. Plant Breeding. 115:43-51.
  32. Steffenson, B.J., P.M. Hayes, and A. Kleinhofs. 1996. Genetics of seedling and adult plant resistance to net blotch (Pyrenophora teres f. teres) and spot blotch (Cochliobolus sativus) in barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 92:552-558.
  33. Tinker, N.A., D.E. Mather, T.K. Blake, K.G. Briggs, T.M. Choo, L. Dahleen, S.M. Dofing, D.E. Falk, T. Ferguson, J.D. Franckowiak, R. Graf, P.M. Hayes, D. Hoffman, R.B. Irvine, A. Kleinhofs, W. Legge, B.G. Rossnagel, M.A. Saghai Maroof, G.J. Scoles, L.P. Shugar, B. Steffenson, S. Ullrich, and K.J. Kasha. 1996. Loci that affect agronomic performance in two-row barley. Crop Sci. 36:1053-1062.
  34. Hayes, P.M., D. Prehn, H. Vivar, T. Blake, A. Comeau,I.Henry, M. Johnston, B. Jones, and B. Steffenson. 1996. Multiple disease resistance loci and their relationship to agronomic and quality loci in a spring barley population. J.QTL.
  35. Romagosa, I., S. Ullrich, F. Han, and P.M. Hayes. 1996. Use of the additive main effects and multiplicative interaction model in QTL mapping for adaptation in barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 93: 30-37.
  36. Hayes, P.M.. 1996. Barley genome mapping: new insights into the malting quality of the world’s oldest crop. MBAA33:223-225.
  37. Karsai, I., K. Meszaros, P.M. Hayes, and Z. Bedo. 1997. Effects of chromosome 2 (2H) and 7 (5H) loci on developmental patterns in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) under different light regimes. Theor. Appl. Genet. 94:612-618. 
  38. Hayes, P.M., J. Cerono, H. Witsenboer, M. Kuiper, M. Zabeau, K. Sato, A. Kleinhofs, D. Kudrna, A. Kilian, M. Saghai-Maroof, D. Hoffman and the North American Barley Genome Mapping Project 1997. Characterizing and exploiting genetic diversity and quantitative traits in barley (Hordeum vulgare) using AFLP markers. JQTL
  39. Waugh, R., N. Bonar,E. Baird, B. Thomas, A. Graner, P. Hayes, and W. Powell. 1997. Homology of AFLP products in three barley mapping populations. Mol. Gen. Genet.255:311-321.
  40. Han, F., S.E. Ullrich, A. Kleinhofs, B.L. Jones, P.M. Hayes, and D. M. Wesenberg. Fine structure mapping of the barley chromosome 1 centromere region containing malt quality QTL. 1997.Theor. Appl. Genet. 95:903-910.
  41. Han, F., I. Romagosa, S.E. Ullrich, B.L. Jones, P.M. Hayes, and D.M. Wesenberg. 1997. Molecular marker –assisted selection for malting quality traits in barley. Mol. Breeding. 3:427-437.
  42. El Attari, A., Rebai, P.M. Hayes, G. Barrault, G. Dechamp-Guillaume, and A. Sarrafi. 1998. Potential of doubled haploid lines and localization of quantitative trait loci (QTL) for partial resistance to bacterial leaf streak (Xanthomonas campestris pv. hordei) in barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 96:95-100.
  43. Toojinda T., E. Baird, A. Booth, L. Broers, P. Hayes, W. Powell, W. Thomas, H. Vivar, and G. Young. 1998. Introgression of quantitative trait loci (QTLs) determining stripe rust resistance in barley: an example of marker-assisted line development. Theor. Appl. Genet. 96:123-131.
  44. Korol, A.B., Y.I Ronin,E.Nevo, and P.M. Hayes. 1998. Multi-interval mapping of correlated trait complexes. Heredity. 80:273-284.
  45. Borem, A., D.E. Mather, D.C. Rasmusson, R.G. Fulcher, and P.M. Hayes. 1999. Mapping quantitative trait loci for starch granule traits in barley. J. of Cereal Sci. 29:153-160.
  46. Zhu, H., G. Briceño, R. Dovel, P.M. Hayes, B.H. Liu, C.T. Liu , T. Toojinda, and S.E.Ullrich. 1999. Molecular breeding for grain yield in barley: an evaluation of QTL effects in a spring barley cross. Theor. Appl. Genet. 98:772-779.
  47. Spaner, D. B.G. Rossnagel, W.G. Legge, G.J. Scoles, P.E. Eckstein, G.A.Penner, N.A. Tinker, K.G. Briggs, D.E. Falk, J.C. Afele, P.M. Hayes and D.E. Mather. 1999. Verification of a quantitative trait locus affecting agronomic traits in two-row barley. Crop Science 39: 248-252.
  48. Romagosa, I., F. Han, S. Ullrich, P.M. Hayes, and D. Wesenberg. 1999. Verification of QTL through realized molecular marker-assisted selection responses in a barley cross. Mol. Breeding 5:143-152.
  49. Zhu, H., L. Gilchrist, P. Hayes, A. Kleinhofs, D. Kudrna, Z. Liu, L. Prom, B. Steffenson, T. Toojinda, and H. Vivar. 1999. Does function follow form? QTLs for Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) resistance are coincident with QTLs for inflorescence traits and plant height in a doubled haploid population of barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 99: 1221-1232.
  50. Karsai, I., K. Mészáros, P. Szucs, P. M. Hayes, L. Láng, and Z. Bedo. 1999.Effects of loci determining photoperiod sensitivity (Ppd-H1 ) and vernalization response (Sh2) on agronomic traits in the Dicktoo x Morex barley mapping population. Plant Breeding 118:399-403.
  51. Toojinda, T., L. Broers, X.M. Chen, P.M. Hayes, A. Kleinhofs, J. Korte, D. Kudrna, H. Leung, R.F. Line, W. Powell, L. Ramsay, Vivar, and R. Waugh. 2000. Mapping qualitative and quantitative disease resistance genes in a doubled haploid population of barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 101:580-589.
  52. Marquez-Cedillo, L.A., P.M. Hayes, B.L. Jones, A. Kleinhofs, W.G. Legge, B.G. Rossnagel, K. Sato, S.E. Ullrich, D.M. Wesenberg, and the NABGMP.2000.QTL analysis of malting quality in barley based on the doubled haploid progeny of two elite North American varieties representing different germplasm groups.Theor. Appl. Genet. 101:173-184.
  53. Mahfoozi, S., A. E. Limin, P. M. Hayes, P. Hucl, and D. B. Fowler. 2000. Influence of photoperiod response on the expression of cold hardiness in wheat and barley. Can. J. Plant Sci. 80:721-724.
  54. Sato, K. T. Inukai, and P. M. Hayes. 2001. QTL analysis of resistance to the rice blast pathogen in barley (Hordeum vulgare). Theor. Appl. Genet. 102:916-920.
  55. Van Sanford, D.,J. Anderson, K.. Campbell, J. Costa, P. Cregan,, C. Griffey, P.M. Hayes, and R. Ward. 2001. Discovery and development of molecular markers linked to Fusarium Head Blight resistance: an integrated system for wheat and barley. Crop Sci. 638-644.
  56. Karsai, I., K. Meszaros, L. Lang, P.M. Hayes, and Z. Bedo. 2001. Multivariate analysis of traits determining adaptation in cultivated barley. Plant Breeding 120:217-222.
  57. Marquez-Cedillo, L.A., P.M. Hayes,A. Kleinhofs, W.G. Legge, B.G. Rossnagel, K. Sato, S.E. Ullrich, D.M. Wesenberg, and the NABGMP.2001.QTL analysis of agronomic traitsin barley based on the doubled haploid progeny of two elite North American varieties representing different germplasm groups.Theor. Appl. Genet. 103:625-637.
  58. Costa, J.M., S. Kramer, C. Jobet, R. Wolfe, A. Kleinhofs, D. Kudrna, A. Corey, S. McCoy, O. Riera-Lizarazu, K. Sato, T. Toojinda, I. Vales, P. Szucs, and P. M. Hayes. 2001. Molecular mapping of the Oregon Wolfe Barleys: an exceptionally polymorphic doubled-haploid population. Theor. Appl. Genet.103:415-424.
  59. Igartua, E., P.M. Hayes, W.T.B. Thomas, R. Meyer, and D.E. Mather. 2002. Genetic control of quantitative grain and malt quality traits in barley. Journal of Crop Production.5:131-164.
  60. Borner, A., G. Buck-Sorlin, P.M. Hayes, S. Malyshev, and V. Korzun. 2002. Molecular mapping of major genes and quantitative trait loci determining flowering time in response to photoperiod in barley. Plant Breeding 12: 129-132.
  61. Castro, A.X. Chen, P. M. Hayes, S. J. Knapp, R. F. Line, T. Toojinda, and H. Vivar. 2002. Coincident QTL determine seedling and adult plant resistance to stripe rust in barley. Crop Sci. 42:1701-1708.
  62. Matus, I. and P.M. Hayes. 2002. Genetic diversity in three groups of barley germplasm assessed by Simple Sequence Repeats. Genome. 45:1095-1106.
  63. Chen, H., S. Wang, Y. Xing, C. Xu, P.M. Hayes, and Q. Zhang. 2003. Comparative analyses of genomic locations and specificities of loci for quantitative resistance to Pyricularia grisea in rice and barley. PNAS (USA). 100:2544-2549
  64. Castro, A.X. Chen, P. M. Hayes, and M. Johnston. 2003.Pyramiding quantitative trait locus (QTL) alleles determining resistance to barley stripe rust: effects on resistance at the seedling stageCrop Sci. 43: 651-659.
  65. Chang, Y. J. von Zitzewitz, P.M. Hayes, and T.H.H. Chen. 2003.High frequency plant regeneration from immature embryos of an elite barley cultivar (Hordeum vulgare). Plant Cell Reports. 733-738.
  66. Castro, A.F. Capettini, A. Corey, T. Filichkina, P.M. Hayes, A. Kleinhofs, D. Kudrna, K. Richardson, S. Sandoval-Islas, C. Rossi, and H. Vivar. 2003. Mapping and pyramiding of qualitative and quantitative resistance to stripe rust in barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 107:922-930.
  67. Clark, S.E., P.M. Hayes, and C. Henson. 2003. Effects of single nucleotide polymorphisms in Beta-amylase 1 alleles from barley on functional properties of the enzymes. Plant Phys. and Biochem. 41:798-804.
  68. Matus, I., A. Corey, T. Filichkin, P. M. Hayes, J. Kling, W. Powell, O. Riera-Lizarazu, K. Sato,M.I. Vales, and R. Waugh. 2003. Development and characterization of recombinant chromosome substitution lines (RCSLs) using Hordeum vulgare subsp. spontaneum as a source of donor alleles in a Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare background. Genome. 46:1010-1023.
  69. Castro, A.X. Chen, A.E. Corey, T. Filichkina, P. M. Hayes, C. Mundt, K. Richardson, S. Sandoval-Islas, and H. Vivar. 2003.Pyramiding and validation of Quantitative Trait Locus (QTL) alleles determining resistance to barley stripe rust: effects on adult plant resistance. Crop Sci. 43:2234-2239.
  70. Francia, E., F. Rizza, L. Cattivelli, A.M. Stanca, G. Galiba, B. Tóth, P.M. Hayes, J.S. Skinner, N. Pecchioni. 2004. Two loci on chromosome 5H determine low temperature tolerance in the new ‘winter’ x ‘spring’ (‘Nure’ x ‘Tremois’) barley map. Theor. Appl. Genet. 108: 670-680.
  71. Cooper L. ,L. Marquez-Cedillo, J. Singh, A. K. Sturbaum,S. Zhang, V. Edwards, K. Johnson, A. Kleinhofs,S. Rangel, V. Carollo, P. Bregitzer, P. G. Lemaux, and P. M. Hayes. 2004.Mapping Ds insertions in barley using a sequence-based approach. Mol. Gen. Genomics. 272: 181–193.
  72. Karsai, I., P. M. Hayes, J. Kling, I. A. Matus, K. Meszaros, L. Lang, Z. Bedo , and K. Sato. 2004. spontaneum ccessions characterized in controlled environments. Crop Sci. 44:1622–1632.
  73. Kandemir, A., D. Yldirimi, D. Kudrna, P.M. Hayes, and A. Kleinhofs. 2004. Marker assisted genetic analysis of non-brittle rachis trait in barley. Hereditas. 141:272-279.
  74. , D.,  P. Szűcs, L. Yan, M. Helguera, J.S. Skinner, J.von Zitzewitz, P. M. Hayes, and J. Dubcovsky. 2005. Large deletions within the VRN-1 first intron are associated with spring growth habit in barley and wheat. Mol. Gen. Genomics. 273: 54-65.
  75. Karsai, I., P.Szûcs, ,K. Meszaros, T. Filichkin P. M. Hayes, J. Skinner, L. Lang, andZ. Bedo. 2005. The Vrn-H2 locus is a major determinant of flowering time in a facultative × winter growth habit barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) mapping population. Theor. Appl. Genet. 110:1458-1466.
  76. Clark, S.S., P. M. Hayes, and C. A. Henson. 2005. Characterization of barley tissue-ubiquitous β-amylase2 and effects of the single nucleotide polymorphisms on the enzyme’s thermostability. Crop Sci. 45:1868-1876.
  77. Bilgic, H., B. Steffenson, and P.M.Hayes. 2005.Comprehensive genetic analyses reveal differential expression of seedling and adult plant resistance to spot blotch in populations of barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 111: 1238-1250.
  78. Yan, L., J. von Zitzewitz, J. Skinner, P.M. Hayes, and J. Dubcovsky. 2005. Molecular characterization of the duplicated meristem identity genes HvAP1a and HvAP1b in barley. Genome. 48:905-912
  79. von Zitzewitz, J.,P. Szűcs, J. Dubcovsky, L. Yan, E. Francia, N. Pecchioni, A. Casas, T.H.H. Chen, P. M. Hayes, and J. Skinner. 2005.
  80. Vales, M.I., C. C. Schön, F. Capettini, X. M. Chen, A. E. Corey, D. E. Mather, C. C. Mundt, K. L. Richardson,J. S. Sandoval-Islas, H. F. Utz, and P. M. Hayes. 2005. Effect of population size on the estimation of QTL: A test using resistance to barley stripe rust. Theor. Appl. Genet. 111:1260-1270.
  81. Skinner J.S., J. von Zitzewitz, P. Szűcs, L. Marquez-Cedillo, T. Filichkin, K. Amundsen, E. Stockinger,M.F. Thomashow, THH Chen, and P.M. Hayes. 2005. Structural, functional, and phylogenetic characterization of a large CBF gene family in barley. Plant Molecular Biology. 59:533-551.
  82. Yun, S-Y., L. Gyenis, P.M. Hayes, I. Matus, K.P. Smith, B.J. Steffenson and G.J. Muehlbauer. 2005. Quantitative trait loci for multiple disease resistance in wild barley. Crop Sci. 45:2563-2572.
  83. Skinner, J.S., P. Szűcs, J.von Zitzewitz, L.Marquez-Cedillo, T.Filichkin, M.F. Thomashow, E.J. Stockinger, TH.H. Chen, and P.M. Hayes. 2006. Mapping of barley homologs to genes that regulate low temperature tolerance in Arabidopsis. Theor. Appl. Genet. 112:832-842.
  84. , A., G. Muehlbauer, I. Druka,, R..Caldo, U. Baumann, N. Rostoks, A. Schreiber, R. Wise, T. Close, A. Kleinhofs, A. Graner, A. Schulman, P. Langridge, K. Sato, P. Hayes, J. McNicol, D. Marshall, and R. Waugh. 2006. An atlas of gene expression from seed to seed through barley development. Func. Int. Genomics. 6:202-211.
  85. Szűcs, P.,I. Karsai, J. von Zitzewitz, K. Mészáros, L.L.D. Cooper, Y.Q. Gu, T.H.H. Chen, P.M. Hayes, and J.S. Skinner. 2006. Positional relationships between
  86. Richardson K.L, M. I. Vales, J. G. Kling, C. C. Mundt, and P. M. Hayes. 2006. Pyramiding and dissecting disease resistance QTL to barley stripe rust.
  87. Yun, S.J., L. Gyenis, E. Bossolini, P.M. Hayes, I. Matus, K.P. Smith, B.J. Steffenson, R. Tuberosa and G. J. Muehlbauer.2006.Validation of quantitative trait loci for multiple disease resistances using advanced backcross lines developed with a wild barley (Hordeum vulgare subsp. spontaneum).Crop Sci. 46: 1179-1186.
  88. Bilgic, H., B.J. Steffenson, and P.M. Hayes. 2006. Molecular mapping of loci conferring resistance to different pathotypes of the spot blotch pathogen in barley. Phytopathology 699-708.
  89. Karsai, I., K. Mészáros, P. Szűcs, P.M. Hayes, L. Láng, and Z. Bedő. 2006. × winter barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) mapping population.  Plant Breeding. 124: 468-472. 
  90. Kóti, K., I. Karsai, P. Szűcs, C. Horváth, K. Mészáros, G. Kiss, Z. Bedő, P.M. Hayes. 2006. Validation of the two-gene epistatic model for vernalization response in a winter x spring barley cross.Euphytica 152:17-24.
  91. Inukai, T., M. I. Vales, K. Hori, K. Sato and P.M. Hayes. 2006. RMo1 confers blast resistance in barley and is located within the complex of resistance genes containing Mla, a powdery mildew resistance gene. Mol. Plant. Microbe. Inter. 19: 1034-1041.
  92. Rossi, C., A. Cuesta-Marcos, I. Vales, L. Gomez-Pando, G. Orjeda, R. Wise, K. Sato, K. Hori, F. Capettini, H. Vivar, X. Chen, and P. Hayes. 2006.
  93. Singh, J., S. Zhang, C. Chen, L.D. Cooper, P. Bregitzer, A.K. Sturbaum, P.M. Hayes, and. PG. Lemaux. 2006. Remobilization over multiple generations in barley facilitates gene tagging in large genome cereals.. 62:937-950.
  94. Hayes, P.M. and P. Szucs. 2006. Disequilibrium and association in barley: thinking outside the glass. PNAS (USA) 49:18385-18386. 
  95. Hayes, P.M. 2007. What’s your barley? Brewer’s Guardian. 136:46.
  96. Szucs, P., J. Skinner, I. Karsai, A. Cuesta-Marcos, K.G. Haggard, A.E. Corey, T.H.H. Chen, and P.M. Hayes. 2007. Validation of the VRN-H2/VRN-H1 epistatic model in barley reveals that intron length variation in VRN-H1 may account for a continuum of vernalization sensitivity. Mol. Genet. Genomics. 277:249-261.
  97. Limin, A., A.Corey, P. Hayes, andD. B. Fowler. 2007. Low-temperature acclimation of barley cultivars used as parents in mapping populations: response to photoperiod, vernalization and phenological development. Planta.226:139-146.
  98. Bregitzer, P., L. Cooper, P. Hayes, P. Lemaux, J. Singh, and A. Sturnbaum. 2007. Viability and bar expression are negatively correlated in Oregon Wolfe Barley Dominant hybrids. Plant Biotech. J. 5: 381-388.
  99. Pino, M., J. S. Skinner, E. Park, Z. Jeknic, P. Hayes, M. Thomashow, and T. Chen. 2007. Use of a stress inducible promoter to drive ectopic AtCBFe xpression improves potato freezing tolerance while minimizing negative effects on tuber yield.Plant Biotechnology Journal. 5: 1-14.
  100. Pino, M., J. S. Skinner, E. Park, Z. Jeknic, P. Hayes, A.H. Soeldner, M. Thomashow and T. Chen. 2008. Ectopic Atcbf1 overexpression enhances freezing tolerance and induces cold acclimation-associated physiological modifications in potato. Plant Cell and Environ. 31:393-406.
  101. Karsai., I., P. Szucs, B. Kosegi, P.M. Hayes, A. Casas, Z. Bedo, and O. Veisz. 2008. Effects of photo and thermal cycles on flowering time in barley: a genetical phenomics approach. J. Exp. Bot. 59:2707-2715.
  102. Castro, A.J., P.M. Hayes, L. Viega, and I. Vales. 2008. Transgressive segregation for phenological traits in barley is explained by a limited number of QTL alleles with additive effects. Plant Breeding. 127:561-568.
  103. Castro, A. S. Petrie, A. Budde, A. Corey, P. Hayes, J. Kling, and K. Rhinhart. 2008. Variety and N management effects on grain yield and quality of winter barley. Crop Management, Nov. issue. Online
  104. Lacaze, X. P.M. Hayes, and A. Korol. 2008. Genetics of phenotypic plasticity: QTL analysis in barley, Hordeum vulgare. Heredity. 102:163-173.
  105. Cuesta-Marcos, A., A.M. Casas, P.M. Hayes, M.P. Gracia, J.M. Lasa, F. Ciudad, P. Codesal, J.L. Molina-Cano, E. Igartua. 2009. Yield QTL affected by heading date in Mediterranean grown barley. Plant Breeding. 128:46-53.  
  106. Rey, J.I., P.M. Hayes, S.E. Petrie, A. Corey, M. Flowers, J.B. Ohm, C. Ong, K. Rhinhart, and A.S. Ross. 2009.Production of dryland barley for human food: quality and agronomic performance. Crop Sci. 49:347-355.
  107. Christensen, N. and P.M. Hayes. 2009. Genetics of chloride deficiency expression in barley. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 40:237-248.
  108. Inostroza, L., A. del Pozo, I. Matus, D. Castillo, P. Hayes, S. MachadoandA. Corey. 2009.  Association mapping of plant height, yield, and yield stability in recombinant chromosome substitution lines (RCSLs) using Hordeum vulgare subsp. spontaneum as a source of donor alleles in a Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare background. Mol. Breeding. 23:365-376.
  109. Szűcs, P., V. Blake, P.R. Bhat, S. Chao, T.J. Close, A. Cuesta-Marcos, G.J. Muehlbauer, L. Ramsay, R. Waugh, and P. M. Hayes. 2009. An integrated resource for barley linkage map and malting quality QTL alignment. The Plant Genome. 2:134-140.
  110. -Amatriaín, M., L. Cistué, Y. Xiong, H. Bilgic, A.D. Budde, M.R. Schmitt, K.P. Smith, P.M. Hayes and G.J. Muehlbauer. 2009. Structural and functional characterization of a winter malting barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 120:971-984.
  111. Kongprakhon, P. A. Cuesta-Marcos, P.M. Hayes, K.L. Richardson, P. Sirithunya,K. Sato, B. Steffenson, and T. Toojinda. 2009. Validation of rice blast resistance genes in barley using a QTL mapping population and near-isolines. Breeding Sci. (Japan). 59: 341–349.
  112. Close, T.J.,  P. R. Bhat, S. Lonardi, Y. Wu, N. Rostoks, L. Ramsay, A. Druka, N. Stein, J.T Svensson,S . Wanamaker, S. Bozdag , M. L. Roose, M.J. Moscou, S. Chao, R. Varshney, P. Szucs , K. Sato, P. M. Hayes , D. E. Matthews , A. Kleinhofs , G. J. Muehlbauer , J. DeYoung , D. F. Marshall, K. Madishetty,  R. D.Fenton, P. Condamine, A. Graner and R. Waugh. 2009. Development and implementation of high-throughput SNP genotyping in barley. BMC Genomics. 10:582.
  113. Kongprakhon, P., A. Cuesta-Marcos, P. M. Hayes, V. Hongtrakul, P. Sirithunya, T. Toojinda, and N. Sangduen. 2010. J.Phytopath 158:125-132.
  114. Filichkin, T.P. , M.A. Vinje, A.D. Budde, A.E. Corey, S.H. Duke, L. Gallagher, J. Helgesson, C.A. Henson, D.E. Obert, J.B. Ohm, S.E. Petrie,A.S. Ross,and P.M. Hayes. 2010. Phenotypic variation for diastatic power, β-amylase activity, and β-amylase thermostability vs. allelic variation at theBmy1 locus in a sample of North American barley germplasm. Crop Sci. 50:826-834.
  115. Lorang , J., A. Cuesta-Marcos , P. M. Hayes, andT.J. Wolpert. 2010. Identification and mapping of adult-onset sensitivity to victorin in barley. Mol.Breeding. 26:545-550.
  116. Hamblin, M.T., T.J. Close, P.R. Bhat, S. Chao, J.G. Kling, K.J. Abraham, T. Blake, W.S. Brooks, B. Cooper, C.A. Griffey, P.M. Hayes, D.J. Hole, R.D. Horsley, D.E. Obert, K.P. Smith, S.E. Ullrich, G.J. Muehlbauer, and J.L. Jannink. 2010. Population structure and linkage disequilibrium in U.S. barley germplasm: implications for association mapping. Crop Sci. 50:556-566.
  117. Waugh, R., D. Marshall, B. Thomas, J. Comadran, J. Russell, T. Close, N. Stein, P. Hayes, G. Muehlbauer, J. Cockram, D. O’Sullivan, I. Mackay, A. Flavell, AGOUEB, Barley CAP, and L. Ramsay. 2010. Whole-genome association mapping in elite inbred crop varieties. Genome. 59: 967-972.
  118. Cuesta-Marcos, A., P. Szűcs, T.J. Close, T. Filichkin, G. J. Muehlbauer,K. P. Smith, and P. M. Hayes. 2010. BMC Genomics. 11:707
  119. Castro, A.J., A. Benitez, P.M. Hayes, L. Viega, and L. Wright. 2010. Coincident quantitative trait loci effects for dormancy, water sensitivity and malting quality traits in the BCD47 x Baronesse Barley mapping population. Crop and Pasture Science. 61:691-699.
  120. Cistué, L., A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Chao, Y. Chutimanitsakun,A. Corey,B.Echávarri , T. Filichkina, N. Garcia-Mariño, I. Romagosa, and P.M. Hayes. 2011. Comparative mapping of the Oregon Wolfe Barley using doubled haploid lines derived from female and male gametes. Theor. Appl Genet. 122:1399-1410.
  121. Chutimanitsakun, Y., R. Nipper,A. Cuesta-Marcos,L. Cistué, A. Corey, T. Filichkina, E. Johnson, and P.M. Hayes. 2011.Construction and application of a Restriction Site Associated DNA (RAD) linkage map in barley. BMC Genomics.12:4
  122. Ramsay, L., J. Comadran, A. Druka, D. F. Marshall, W.T. B. Thomas, M. Macaulay, K.MacKenzie, C. Simpson, J.Fuller, N. Bonar, P. M. Hayes, U. Lundqvist, J. D. Franckowiak, T. J. Close, G. J.Muehlbauer, and R. Waugh. 2011.  INTERMEDIUM-C, a modifier of lateral spikelet fertility in barley, is an ortholog of the maize domestication gene TEOSINTE BRANCHED 1. Nature Genetics. 43:169-172.
  123. VonZitzewitz, J., A. Cuesta-Marcos, F. Condon. A. Castro, S. Chao, A. Corey, T. Filichkin, S.P. Fisk, L. Gutierrez, K. Haggard, I. Karsai, G. Muehlbauer, K. Smith, O. Veisz, and P. Hayes. 2011. The genetics of winterhardiness in barley: perspectives from association mapping. The Plant Genome. 4:76-91
  124. Gutiérrez L., A. Cuesta-Marcos, A. J. Castro, J. von Zitzewitz, P. M. Hayes. 2011. Association mapping of malting quality QTL in winter barley: positive signals from small germplasm arrays.  The Plant Genome. 4:256-272.
  125. Muñoz-Amatriaín M., M. J. Moscou, P. R. Bhat, J. T. Svensson, J. Bartoš, P. Suchánková, H. Šimková, T. R. Endo, R. D. Fenton, Y. Wu, S. Lonardi, A. M. Castillo, S. Chao, L. Cistué, A. Cuesta-Marcos, K. Forrest, M. J. Hayden, P. M. Hayes, R. D. Horsley, A. Kleinhofs, D. Moody, K. Sato, M. P. Vallés, B. B. H. Wulff, G. J. Muehlbauer, J. Doležel, T. J. Close. 2011. An improved consensus linkage map of barley based on flow-sorted chromosomes and SNP markers. The Plant Genome. 4:238-239.
  126. Comadran, J., L. Ramsay, K. MacKenzie, P. Hayes, T.J. Close, G. Muehlbauer, N. Stein, and R. Waugh. 2011. Patterns of polymorphism and linkage disequilibrium in cultivated barley. 122: 523-531.
  127. Castro, A., F. Gamba, S. German, S. Gonzales, P.M. Hayes, S. Pereyra, C. Perez. 2012. QTL analysis of spot blotch and leaf rust resistance in the BCD47 x Baronesse barley mapping population. Plant Breeding.  13: 258-266.
  128. Blake, V.C., J. Kling, P.M. Hayes, J.L. Jannink, S. R. Jillella, J. Lee, D. E. Matthews, S. Chao, T.J. Close, G.J. Muehlbauer, K. P. Smith, R.P. Wise, J.A. Dickerson. 2012. The Plant Genome. 5:81-91.
  129. Fisk, S.P., A. Cuesta-Marcos, L. Cistué, J. Russell, K.P. Smith, P.S. Baenziger, Z. Bedo, A. Corey, T. Filichkin, I. Karsai, R. Waugh and P.M. Hayes. 2013. FR-H3: A new QTL to assist in the development of fall-sown barley with superior low temperature tolerance. Theor. Appl. Genet. 126:33 5–347
  130. Locatelli, A. A. Cuesta-Marcos, L. Gutiérrez, P.M. Hayes, K.P. Smith, and A. Castro. 2013.
  131. Haggard, K. G., N. S. Geiger, P. M. Hayes, and A. J. Milligan. 2013. Suppression of cyanobacterial growth of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae by vascular plant decomposition products in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Lake Reserv. Manag. 13-22.
  132. Chutimanitsakun, Y, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Chao, A. Corey, T. Filichkin, S. Fisk, M. Kolding, B. Meints, Y. Ong, J., I. Rey, A.S. Ross, and P.M. Hayes. 2013. Breeding. 132:563-570.
  133. Jeknic, Z., K. Pillman, T. Dillon, J. Skinner, O. Veisz, A. Cuesta-Marcos, P.M. Hayes, T.H.H. Chen, and E. Stockinger. 2014. Hv-CBF2A overexpression in barley accelerates COR gene transcript accumulation and acquisition of freezing tolerance during cold acclimation. Plant Mol. Biol. 84:67-82.
  134. Muñoz-Amatriaín, M., A. Cuesta-Marcos, P. Hayes, and G. Muehlbauer. 2014. Barley genetic variation: implications for crop improvement.  Brief. Func. Genomics. 13: 341-350.
  135. Muñoz-Amatriaín, M., A. Cuesta-Marcos, J. Endelman, J. Comadran, J.M. Bonman, H. Bockleman, S. Chao, R. Russell, R. Waugh, P. Hayes, and G. Muehlbauer. 2014. The USDA Barley Core Collection: genetic diversity, population structure, and potential for genome-wide association studies. 2014. PLOS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0094688.
  136. Mohammadi, M., T. Blake, A.D. Budde, S. Chao, P.M. Hayes, R.D. Horsley, D.E. Obert, S.E. Ullrich, and K.P. Smith. 2015. A genome-wide association study of malting quality across eight U.S. barley breeding programs. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128: 705-721.
  137. Gutierrez, L., S. German, S. Pereyra, P.M. Hayes,C. A. Perez, F. Capettini, A. Locatelli, N. M. Berberian, E.E. Falconi, R. Estrada, D. Fros, V. Gonza, H. Altamirano, J. Huerta‑Espino, E. Neyra, G. Orjeda, S. Sandoval‑Islas, R. Singh, K. Turkington, and  A. J. Castro. 2015. Multi‑environment multi‑QTL association mapping identifies disease resistance QTL in barley germplasm from Latin America. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128: 501-516.
  138. Deng, W., M.C. Casao, P. Wang, K. Sato, P.M. Hayes, E.J. Finnegan, and B. Trevaskis. 2015. Direct links between the vernalization response and other key traits of cereal crops. Nature Comm. 6:5882
  139. Meints, B., A. Cuesta-Marcos, A. Ross, S. Fisk, T. Kongraksawech, J.M. Marshall, K. Murphy, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Developing winter food barley for the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. Crop Sci. 55: 1563-1573.
  140. Graebner, R.C., P.M. Hayes, C.H. Hagerty, and A. Cuesta-Marcos. 2015. A comparison of polymorphism information content and mean of transformed kinships as criteria for selecting informative subsets of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) from the USDA Barley Core Collection. Gen. Res. and Crop Evol.  DOI 10.1007/s10722-015-0265-z
  141. Graebner, R.C., M. Wise, A. Cuesta-Marcos, M. Geniza, T. Blake, V. C. Blake, J. Butler, S. Chao, D. Hole, R. Horsley, P. Jaiswal, D. Obert, K. P. Smith,  S. Ullrich, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Quantitative trait loci associated with the tocochromanol (vitamin E) pathway in barley. PLOS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0133767.
  142. Muñoz-Amatriaín, S. Lonardi, M.C. Luo, K. Madishetty, J.T. Svensson, M. Moscou, S. Wanamaker, T. Jiang, A. Kleinhofs, G. Muehlbauer, R. Wise, N. Stein, Y. Ma, E. Rodriguez, D. Kudrna, P. Bhat, S. Chao, P. Condamine, S. Heinen, J. Resnik, R. Wing, H. Witt, M. Alpert, M. Beccuti, S. Bozdag, F. Cordero, H. Mirebrahim, R. Ounit, Y. Wu, F. You, J. Zheng, H. Šimková, J. Doležel, J. Grimwood, J. Schmutz, D. Duma, L. Altschmied, T. Blake, P. Bregitzer, L. Cooper, M. Dilbirligi, A. Falk, L. Feiz, A. Graner, P. Gustafson, P.M. Hayes, P. Lemaux, J. Mammadov, and T.J. Close. 2015. Sequencing of 15,622 gene-bearing BACs clarifies the gene-dense regions of the barley genome. 2015. The Plant Journal. 84:216-227.
  143. Cuesta-Marcos, A., M. T. Filichkin,  I. Karsai, B. Trevaskis, S. Yasuda, P.M. Hayes, and K. Sato. 2015. The relationships between development and low temperature tolerance in barley near isogenic lines differing for flowering behavior. Plant Cell and Physiol. 56:2312-2324.
  144. Brouwer, B., P. Barr, P.M. Hayes, S. Jones, K. Murphy, and P. Schwarz. 2016. Evaluating barley for the emerging craft malting industry in western Washington. 2016. Agron. J. 108:939-949.
  145. Esvelt-Klos, K., T. Gordon, P. Bregitzer, P. Hayes, X. M. Chen, I. A. del Blanco, S. Fisk and J. M. Bonman. 2016.
  146. Lau, R. M. Cluskey, E. Howes, P. Hayes, and A. Ross. 2016. Sensory acceptance and satiation potential of barley flakes as a breakfast cereal replacement for oatmeal. Cereal Foods World. 61: 204-210.
  147. Hisano, H., B. Meints, M.J. Moscou, L.Cistue, B.Echávarri, K.Sato and P. M. Hayes. 2017. Selection of transformation efficient barley genotypes based on TFA (transformation amenability) haplotype and higher resolution mapping of the TFA loci. Plant Cell Reports. DOI 10.1007/s00299-017-2107-2.
  148. Castro, A., A. Cuesta-Marcos, P. Hayes, A.Locatelli, M. Macauly, N. Mastandrea, M. Silveira, W. Thomas, and L. Viega. 2017. The completely additive effects of two barley phenology related genes (eps2S and sdw1) are explained by specific effects at different periods within the crop growth cycle. Plant Breeding. DOI: 10.1111/pbr.12509
  149. Herb, D.W., Meints, B.M., Jennings, R., Romagosa, I., Moscou, M., Carey, D., Cistue, L., Filichkin, T, Fisk, S.P., Helgerson, L., Martens, C., Monsour, R., Thiel, R., Tynan, S., Thomas, W.T.B., Vinkemeier, K., Hayes, P.M. 2017. Effects of Barley (Hordeum vulgare ariety and growing environment on beer flavor. J. Amer. Soc. Brew. Chem. 75:345-353,
  150. Herb, D.W., Benson, A., Carey, D., Cistue, L., Filichkin, T, Fisk, S.P., Helgerson, L., Jennings, R., Li, Y., Meints, B.M., Monsour, R., Moscou, M., Nguygen, A., Onio, A., Romagosa, I., Thiel, R., Thomas, W.B., Tynan, S.P., Vega, V., Vinkemeier, K., Hayes, P.M. 2017. Malt modification and its effects on the contributions of barley genotype to beer flavor. J. Amer. Soc. Brew. Chem. 75:354-362
  151. Belcher, A.R., A. Cuesta-Marcos, K.P. Smith, C.C. Mundt, X. Chen, and P. M. Hayes. 2018. TCAP FAC-WIN 6 elite barley GWAS panel QTL. I. Barley stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f.sp. hordei) resistance QTL in facultative/winter 6-rowed malt barley breeding programs identified via genome-wide association studies. Crop Sci. 58:103-119
  152. Belcher, A.R., A. Cuesta-Marcos, K.P. Smith, and P. M. Hayes. 2018. TCAP FAC-WIN 6 elite barley GWAS panel QTL. II. Malting quality QTL in elite North American facultative/winter 6-rowed barley identified via genome-wide association studies. Crop Sci. 58:120-132
  153. Belcher, A.R., A. Cuesta-Marcos, K.P. Smith, and P. M. Hayes. 2018. TCAP FAC-WIN 6 elite barley GWAS panel QTL. II. Malting quality QTL in elite North American facultative/winter 6-rowed barley identified via genome-wide association studies. Crop Sci. 58:120-132
  154. Hernandez, J., B.J. Steffenson, T. Filichkin, S.P. Fisk, L. Helgerson, B. Meints, K.J. Vining, D. Marshall, A. del Blanco, X. Chen and P.M. Hayes. 2019. Introgression of rpg4/Rpg5 into barley germplasm provides insights into the genetics of resistance to Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici race TTKSK and resources for developing resistant cultivars. Phytopathology. 109:1018-1028.
  155. Windes, S., D. Carrijo, C. Curwen-McAdams, and P.M. Hayes. 2019. Improving the sustainability of malting barley production: prospects for perennial and annual growth habit varieties. Crop Sci. 59:2289-2296.
  156. Meints, B.M. and P.M. Hayes. 2020. Breeding naked barley for food, feed, and malt. Plant Breeding Reviews. 43: 95-119.
  157. Bettenhausen, H., A. Benson, S. Fisk, D. Herb, J. Hernandez, J. Lim, S. Queisser, T.H. Shellhammer, V. Vega., L. Yao, A. Heuberger, and P.M. Hayes. 2020. Variation in sensory attributes and volatile compounds in beers brewed from genetically distinct malts: an integrated sensory and non-targeted metabolomics approach. J. Amer. Soc. Brew. Chem.
  158. Hernandez, J., A. del Blanco, T. Filichkin, S. Fisk, L. Gallagher, L. Helgerson, B. Meints, C. Mundt, B. Steffenson, and P.M. Hayes. 2020. A genome wide association study of resistance to Puccinia striiformis f.sp. hordei and Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici in barley and development of resistant germplasm. Phytopathology. 110:1082-1092.
  159. Klos, K.E. P. Hayes, I.A. del Blanco, X. Chen, T. Filichkin, L. Helgerson. S. Fisk, and P. Bregitzer. 2020. Identification in two Populations of QTL for field resistance to barley stripe rust derived from the two-rowed malting line “95SR316A”. Crop Sci. 1-10.
  160. Hernandez, J., B. Meints, and P. Hayes. 2020. Introgression breeding in barley: perspectives and case studies. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.00761
  161. Baker, B., B. Meints, and P. Hayes. 2020. Organic barley producers’ desired qualities for crop improvement. Organic Agriculture. doi: 10.1007/s13165-020-00299-y
  162. Hayes, P., D. Carrijo, and B. Meints . 2020. Towards low cadmium accumulation in barley grain. Nature Food.
  163. Munoz-Amatriain, M., J. Hernandez, D. Herb, S. Baenziger, A.M. Bochard, F. Capettini, A. Casas, A. Cuesta-Marcos, C. Einfeldt, S. Fisk, A. Genty, L. Helgerson, M. Herz, G.Hu, E. Igartua, I. Karsai, T. Nakamura, K. Sato, K. Smith, E. Stockinger, W. Thomas and P. Hayes. 2020. Perspectives on low temperature tolerance and vernalization sensitivity in barley: prospects for facultative growth habit. Frontiers in Plant Science.
  164. Windes, S., H.M. Bettenhausen, K.R. Van Simaeys, J. Clawson, S. Fisk, A.L. Heuberger, J. Lim, S.H. Queisser, T.H. Shellhammer, P.M. Hayes. 2020. Comprehensive analysis of different contemporary barley genotypes enhances and expands the scope of barley contributions to beer flavor. J. Amer. Soc. Brew. Chem.
  165. Morrissy, C., M. Fechir, H.M. Bettenhausen, K.R. Van Simayes, S. Fisk, J. Hernandez, K. Mathia, A. Benson, T.H. Shellhammer, and P.M. Hayes. 2021.Continued exploration of barley genotype contribution to base malt and beer flavor through the evaluation of lines sharing Maris Otter® parentage.  J. Amer. Soc. Brew. Chem.

Germplasm registrations

  1. Hayes, P.M., A.E. Corey, M. Verhoeven, M. Kolding, and W.E. Kronstad.1995.Registration of Kold barley.Crop Sci. 35:1503.
  2. Hayes, P.M., A.E. Corey, R. Dovel, M. Verhoeven, and W.E. Kronstad.1995.Registration of Maranna barley.Crop Sci. 35:1504.
  3. Hayes, P.M., A.E. Corey, R. Dovel, R. Karow, C. Mundt, K. Rhinart, and H. Vivar. 2000. Registration of Orca barley. Crop Sci. 40:849-851.
  4. Wesenberg, D.M.., D.E. Burrup, W.M. Brown, V.R. Velasco, J.P. Hill, J.C. Whitmore, R.S. Karow,
  5. P.M. Hayes, S.E. Ullrich, and C.T. Liu. 2001. Registration of Bancroft barley. Crop Sci. 41:265-266.
  6. Ullrich, S.E.. C.E. Muir, V.A. Jitkov, J.W. Burns, P.E. Reisenauer, D.M. Wesenberg, R.F. Line, X. Chen, C.T. Liu, L.D. Robertson, R.S. Karow, and P.M. Hayes. 2002. Registration of Farmington barley. Crop Sci.42: 2209-2210.
  7. Hayes, P.M., A.E. Corey, C.Mundt, T. Toojinda, and H. Vivar. 2003. Registration of Tango barley. Crop Sci.: 729-731.
  8. Ullrich, S., V. Jitkov, K. Muir, J. Burns, P. Rerisenhauer, R. Line, X. Chen, B. Jones, D. Wesenberg, L. Robertson, and P. Hayes. 2002. Registration of Bob barley. Crop Sci.43:1132-1134.
  9. Blake, T., J. Bowman, P. Hensleigh, G. Kushnak, G. Carlson, L. Welty, E. Eckhoff, K. Kephart, D. Wichman, and P. Hayes. 2002. Registration of Valier barley. Crop Sci. 42: 1748-1749.
  10. Verhoeven, E. C., M. Bonman, P. Bregitzer, B. Brunick, B. Cooper, A.E. Corey, A. Cuesta –Marcos, T. Filichkina, C.C. Mundt, D. Obert, B. Rossnagel, K. Richardson, and P.M. Hayes. 2011.Registration of the BISON genetic stocks in Hordeum vulgare L. J. Plant Reg. 5:135-150.
  11. Graebner, R.C., A Cuesta-Marcos, S. Fisk, B.O. Brouwer, S.S. Jones, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Registration of Alba barley. J. Plant Reg. 9: 1-5.
  12. Meints, B., B. Brouwer, B. Brown, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Jones, M. Kolding, S. Fisk, J. Marshall, K. Murphy, S. Petrie, K. Rhinhart, A. Ross, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Registration of #STRKR barley germplasm. J. Plant Reg. 3: 388-392.
  13. Belcher, A.R. R.C. Graebner, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Fisk, T. Filichkin, K. P. Smith, V.C. Blake, andP.M. Hayes. 2015. J. Plant Reg. 3:411-418.
  14. Meints, B., A. Corey, C. Evans, T. Filichkin, S. Fisk, L. Helgerson, A.S. Ross, and P. M. Hayes. 2018.  Registration of ‘Buck’ Naked Barley, J. Plant Reg.12:1-6. 
  15. Carrijo D.R, T. Filichkin, S. Fisk, L. Helgerson, J. Hernandez, B. Meints, M.E. Sorrells, and P.M. Hayes. 2021. Registration of Lightning barley. J. Plant Reg.

Book Chapters

  1. Hayes, P.M., T. H.H. Chen, and T.K. Blake. 1992. Marker‑assisted genetic analysis of cold tolerance in winter barley. In: P.H. Li and L. Christersson (ed.). Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness. CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA
  2. Kasha, K.J., A. Kleinhofs, A. Kilian, M. Saghai Maroof, G.J. Scoles., P.M. Hayes, F.Q. Chen, X. Xia, X.Z. Li, R.M. Biyashev, D. Hoffmann, L. Dahleen, T.K. Blake, B.G. Rossnagel, B.J. Steffenson, P.L. Thomas, D.E. Falk, A. Laroche, W. Kim, and S.J. Molnar. 1995. The North American barley genome map on the cross HT and its comparison to the map on cross SM.In: K. Tsunekawi (ed.) Plant Genome andPlastome: TheirStructure and Evolution. Kodansha Scientific, LTD, Tokyo, JP
  3. Hayes, P.M., F.Q. Chen, A. Kleinhofs, A. Kilian, and D. Mather. 1996. Barley genome mapping and its applications. In: P.P. Jauhar (ed.). Methods of Genome Analysis in Plants: CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA
  4. Hayes, P.M., F.Q. Chen, A. Corey, A. Pan, T.H.H. Chen, E. Baird, W. Powell, W. Thomas, R. Waugh, Z. Bedo, I. Karsai, T. Blake, and L. Oberthur. 1997. The Dicktoo x Morex population: a model for dissecting components of winterhardiness in barley. In: P.H. Liand T.H. Chen (ed.). Plant Cold Hardiness. Plenum Press, New York, USA.
  5. Hayes, P.M., A. Castro, L. Marquez-Cedillo, A. Corey, C. Henson, B.L. Jones, J. Kling, D. Mather, I. Matus, C. Rossi, and K. Sato. 2003. Genetic Diversity for Quantitatively Inherited Agronomic and Malting Quality Traits. In R. Von Bothmer, H. Knupffer, T. van Hintum, and K. Sato (ed.). Diversity in Barley. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam. 
  6. Hayes, P.M. A. Corey, and J. DeNoma. Doubled haploid production in barley, using the Hordeum bulbosum technique. 2003.In. M. Maluszynski, K. Kasha , and B.P. Forster. (ed). Doubled haploid production in crop plants: a manual.FAO/IAEA (Vienna).
  7. Kling, J., P.M. Hayes, and S. Ullrich. Barley: Breeding and Genetics. In: Barley: Production, Improvement, and Uses. S.E. Ullrich (ed.) Encyclopedia of Grain Science. Elsevier.
  8. Skinner, J.S., von Zitzewitz, J, Marquez-Cedillo, L, Filichkin, T, Szűcs, P, Amundsen, K, Stockinger, EJ, Thomashow, MF, Chen, THH, and Hayes, PM. 2005.Barley Contains a Large CBF Gene Family Associated with Quantitative Cold Tolerance Traits. In: THH Chen, M Uemura, and S Fujikawa, (eds.), Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness: Molecular Genetics and Transgenics. CAB International, Oxon, UK.
  9. Cooper LLD, von Zitzewitz J, Skinner JS, Szűcs P, Karsai I, Francia E, Stanca AM, Pecchioni N, Laurie DA, Chen THH, Hayes PM. 2005. The genetic basis of vernalization responses in barley. In: Chen THH, Uemura M, Fujikawa S (eds) Cold Hardiness in Plants: Molecular Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology. CAB International, Oxon, UK, pp 64-75
  10. Hayes, P.M., Marquez-Cedillo, L., Mundt, C.C., Richardson, K., and Vales, M.I. 2005.Perspectives on finding and using quantitative disease resistance genes in barley. In: Proceedings of the Hallauer Symposium on Crop Genetics, Lamkey and Lee, eds. Blackwell, Ames, IA.
  11. Thomas, W.T.B., P.M. Hayes, and L.S. Dahleen. Application of molecular genetics and transformation to barley improvement. 2011. In: Barley: Production, Improvement, and Uses. S.E. Ullrich (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell.
  12. Meints B, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Fisk, A. Ross, P.M. Hayes. 2015. Food barley quality and germplasm utilization. In: Exploration and Utilization of Barley Genetic Germplasm. G.P. Zhang (ed.). Jones Wiley press and Zhejiang University press.
  13. Cuesta-Marcos A., Kling J.G., Belcher A.R., Filichkin T., Fisk S.P., Graebner R., Helgerson L., Herb D., Meints B., Ross A.S., Hayes P.M. and Ulrich S.E. 2016 Barley: Genetics and Breeding. In:Wrigley, C., Corke, H., and Seetharaman, K., Faubion, J., (eds.) Encyclopedia of Food Grains, 2nd Edition, pp. 287-295. Oxford: Academic Press.

Extension Bulletins

  1. Verhoeven, E., S. Fisk, R. Graebner, L. Helgerson, B. Meints, and P. Hayes. Growing malting barley in and around the Willamette valley. 2019. OSU Extension Bulletin EM9233.
  2. Meints, B. B. Brouwer, J. Endelman, P. Hayes, S. Lyon, and S. Jones. 2021. Growing barley in western Washington. WSU Extension Bulletin. EM122E.
  3. Bramwell, S., B. Brouwer, D. Carrijo, A. Hulting, B. Meints, C. Mundt, K. Murphy, A. MacLeod, E. Verhoeven, and C. Waite. 2021. Growing Winter Malting Barley West of the Cascades. WSU Extension Bulletin FS356E.