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ReferenceDebernardi JM et al. (2019) Wheat APETALA2-like genes AP2L2 and AP2L5 control the initiation of axillary floral meristems and specify glume-lemma identity.
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ReferenceChen S et al. (2015) Fine mapping and characterization of Sr21, a temperature-sensitive diploid wheat resistance gene effective against the Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Ug99 race group Theoretical and Applied Genetics 128:645-656.
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ReferenceWang S et al. (2014) Characterization of polyploid wheat genomic diversity using a high-density 90 000 single nucleotide polymorphism array. Plant Biotechnology Journal 12:787-796.
ReferenceZhu J et al. (2014) Copy number and haplotype variation at the VRN-A1 and central FR-A2 loci are associated with frost tolerance in hexaploid wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 127:1183-1197.
ReferenceSaintenac C et al. (2013) Identification of Wheat Gene Sr35 That Confers Resistance to Ug99 Stem Rust Race Group Science 341:783-786.
ReferenceCavanagh CR et al. (2013) Genome-wide comparative diversity uncovers multiple targets of selection for improvement in hexaploid wheat landraces and cultivars Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 110:8057-8062.
ReferenceQin X et al. (2012) Cloning and comparative analysis of carotenoid -hydroxylase genes provides new insights into carotenoid metabolism in tetraploid (Triticum turgidum ssp. durum) and hexaploid (Triticum aestivum) wheat grains Plant Molecular Biology 80:631-646.
ReferenceLowe I et al. (2011) Mapping and validation of QTL which confer partial resistance to broadly virulent post-2000 North American races of stripe rust in hexaploid wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 123:143-157.
ReferenceYu LX et al. (2010) Haplotype diversity of stem rust resistance loci in uncharacterized wheat lines Molecular Breeding 26:667-680.
ReferenceAkhunov ED et al. (2010) Nucleotide diversity maps reveal variation in diversity among wheat genomes and chromosomes. BMC Genomics 11:702.
ReferenceZhang W et al. (2010) Genetic Maps of Stem Rust Resistance Gene Sr35 in Diploid and Hexaploid Wheat Crop Science 50:2464-2474.
ReferenceOlson EL et al. (2010) Genotyping of U.S. Wheat Germplasm for Presence of Stem Rust Resistance Genes Sr24, Sr36 and Sr1RSAmigo Crop Science 50:668-675.
ReferenceBrevis JC and Dubcovsky J (2010) Effects of the Chromosome Region Including the Gpc-B1 Locus on Wheat Grain and Protein Yield Crop Science 50:93-104.
ReferenceSimons K et al. (2010) Genetic mapping of stem rust resistance gene Sr13 in tetraploid wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp. durum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 122:649-658.
ReferenceWaters BM et al. (2009) Wheat (Triticum aestivum) NAM proteins regulate the translocation of iron, zinc, and nitrogen compounds from vegetative tissues to grain. Journal of Experimental Botany 60:4263-4274.
ReferenceUauy C et al. (2009) A modified TILLING approach to detect induced mutations in tetraploid and hexaploid wheat. BMC Plant Biology 9:115.
ReferencePidal B et al. (2009) The CArG-box located upstream from the transcriptional start of wheat vernalization gene VRN1 is not necessary for the vernalization response. Journal of Heredity 100:355-364.
ReferenceChao S et al. (2009) Analysis of gene-derived SNP marker polymorphism in US wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars Molecular Breeding 23:23-33.
ReferenceFu D et al. (2009) A kinase-START gene confers temperature-dependent resistance to wheat stripe rust. Science 323:1357-1360.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2009) Genome comparisons reveal a dominant mechanism of chromosome number reduction in grasses and accelerated genome evolution in Triticeae Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 106:15780-15785.
ReferenceZhang XK et al. (2008) Allelic Variation at the Vernalization Genes Vrn-A1, Vrn-B1, Vrn-D1, and Vrn-B3 in Chinese Wheat Cultivars and Their Association with Growth Habit Crop Science 48:458-470.
ReferenceZhang W et al. (2008) QTL analysis of pasta quality using a composite microsatellite and SNP map of durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117:1361-1377.
ReferenceZhang W and Dubcovsky J (2008) Association between allelic variation at the Phytoene synthase 1 gene and yellow pigment content in the wheat grain. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 116:635.
ReferenceBrevis JC et al. (2008) Agronomic and Quality Evaluation of Common Wheat Near-Isogenic Lines Carrying the Leaf Rust Resistance Gene Lr47 Crop Science 48:1441-1451.
ReferenceChao S et al. (2007) Evaluation of genetic diversity and genome-wide linkage disequilibrium among US wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germplasm representing different market classes Crop Science 47:1018-1030.
ReferenceFu D et al. (2007) RNA interference for wheat functional gene analysis. Transgenic Research 16:689.
ReferenceDubcovsky J and Dvorak J (2007) Genome plasticity a key factor in the success of polyploid wheat under domestication. Science 316:1862.
ReferenceFu D et al. (2007) Wheat VIN3-like PHD finger genes are up-regulated by vernalization. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 277:301.
ReferenceCarrera A et al. (2007) A deletion at the Lpx-B1 locus is associated with low lipoxygenase activity and improved pasta color in durum wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp. durum) Journal of Cereal Science 45:67-77.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (2006) Effect of photoperiod on the regulation of wheat vernalization genes VRN1 and VRN2. Plant Molecular Biology 60:469.
ReferenceValrik M et al. (2006) A microcolinearity study at the earliness per se gene Eps-A(m)1 region reveals an ancient duplication that preceded the wheat-rice divergence. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 112:945.
ReferenceMiller AK et al. (2006) A cluster of 11 CBF transcription factors is located at the frost tolerance locus Fr-Am2 in Triticum monococcum. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 275:193.
ReferenceYan L et al. (2006) The wheat and barley vernalization gene VRN3 is an orthologue of FT. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 103:19581.
ReferenceDistelfeld A et al. (2006) Physical map of the wheat high-grain protein content gene Gpc-B1 and development of a high-throughput molecular marker. New Phytologist 169:753-763.
ReferenceUauy C et al. (2006) A NAC Gene regulating senescence improves grain protein, zinc, and iron content in wheat. Science 314:1298.
ReferenceUauy C et al. (2006) The high grain protein content gene Gpc-B1 accelerates senescence and has pleiotropic effects on protein content in wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany 57:2785.
ReferenceChao S et al. (2006) Use of a large-scale Triticeae expressed sequence tag resource to reveal gene expression profiles in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Genome 49:531.
ReferenceYan L et al. (2005) Molecular characterization of the duplicated meristem identity genes HvAP1a and HvAP1b in barley Genome 48:905-912.
Referencevon Zitzewitz J et al. (2005) Molecular and structural characterization of barley vernalization genes. Plant Molecular Biology 59:449.
ReferenceLoukoianov A et al. (2005) Regulation of VRN-1 vernalization genes in normal and transgenic polyploid wheat. Plant Physiology 138:2364.
ReferenceUauy C et al. (2005) High-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) stripe rust resistance gene Yr36 from Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccoides is closely linked to the grain protein content locus Gpc-B1 Theoretical and Applied Genetics 112:97-105.
ReferenceVagujfalvi A et al. (2005) The expression of several Cbf genes at the Fr-A2 locus is linked to frost resistance in wheat. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 274:506-514.
ReferenceYan L et al. (2005) Molecular characterization of the duplicated meristem identity genes HvAP1a and HvAP1b in barley. Genome 48:905-912.
ReferenceFu DL et al. (2005) Large deletions within the first intron in VRN-1 are associated with spring growth habit in barley and wheat Molecular Genetics and Genomics 273:54-65.
ReferenceZhang W et al. (2005) Molecular characterization of durum and common wheat recombinant lines carrying leaf rust resistance (Lr19) and yellow pigment (Y) genes from Lophopyrum ponticum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 111:573-582.
ReferenceHelguera M et al. (2005) PCR Markers for Triticum speltoides Leaf Rust Resistance Gene Lr51 and Their Use to Develop Isogenic Hard Red Spring Wheat Lines Crop Science 45:728-734.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (2005) Molecular characterization of the allelic variation at the VRN-H2 vernalization locus in barley Molecular Breeding 15:395-407.
ReferenceGu YQ et al. (2004) Genomic organization of the complex alpha-gliadin gene loci in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:648-657.
ReferenceDistelfeld A et al. (2004) Microcolinearity between a 2-cM region encompassing the grain protein content locus Gpc-6B1 on wheat chromosome 6B and a 350-kb region on rice chromosome 2. Functional and Integrative Genomics 4:59-66.
ReferenceRandhawa HS et al. (2004) Deletion Mapping of Homoeologous Group 6-Specific Wheat Expressed Sequence Tags Genetics 168:677-686.
ReferenceAdhikari TB et al. (2004) Molecular mapping of the Stb4 gene for resistance to Septoria tritici blotch in wheat Phytopathology 94:1198-1206.
ReferenceLazo GR et al. (2004) Development of an Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Resource for Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): EST Generation, Unigene Analysis, Probe Selection and Bioinformatics for a 16,000-Locus Bin-Delineated Map Genetics 168:585-593.
ReferenceZhang D et al. (2004) Construction and Evaluation of cDNA Libraries for Large-Scale Expressed Sequence Tag Sequencing in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Genetics 168:595-608.
ReferencePeng JH et al. (2004) Chromosome Bin Map of Expressed Sequence Tags in Homoeologous Group 1 of Hexaploid Wheat and Homoeology With Rice and Arabidopsis Genetics 168:609-623.
ReferenceConley EJ et al. (2004) A 2600-Locus Chromosome Bin Map of Wheat Homoeologous Group 2 Reveals Interstitial Gene-Rich Islands and Colinearity With Rice Genetics 168:625-637.
ReferenceMunkvold JD et al. (2004) Group 3 Chromosome Bin Maps of Wheat and Their Relationship to Rice Chromosome 1 Genetics 168:639-650.
ReferenceMiftahudin et al. (2004) Analysis of Expressed Sequence Tag Loci on Wheat Chromosome Group 4 Genetics 168:651-663.
ReferenceLinkiewicz AM et al. (2004) A 2500-Locus Bin Map of Wheat Homoeologous Group 5 Provides Insights on Gene Distribution and Colinearity With Rice Genetics 168:665-676.
ReferenceHossain KG et al. (2004) A Chromosome Bin Map of 2148 Expressed Sequence Tag Loci of Wheat Homoeologous Group 7 Genetics 168:687-699.
ReferenceQi LL et al. (2004) A Chromosome Bin Map of 16,000 Expressed Sequence Tag Loci and Distribution of Genes Among the Three Genomes of Polyploid Wheat Genetics 168:701-712.
ReferenceYan LL et al. (2004) The wheat VRN2 gene is a flowering repressor down-regulated by vernalization Science 303:1640-1644.
ReferenceCenci A et al. (2004) PCR identification of durum wheat BAC clones containing genes coding for carotenoid biosynthesis enzymes and their chromosome localization Genome 47:911-917.
ReferenceKong XY et al. (2004) Dynamics of the evolution of orthologous and paralogous portions of a complex locus region in two genomes of allopolyploid wheat Plant Molecular Biology 54:55-69.
ReferenceChantret N et al. (2004) Sequencing of the Triticum monococcum Hardness locus reveals good microcolinearity with rice Molecular Genetics and Genomics 271:377-386.
ReferenceCenci A et al. (2003) Construction and characterization of a half million clone BAC library of durum wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp durum) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:931-939.
ReferenceAkhunov ED et al. (2003) The organization and rate of evolution of wheat genomes are correlated with recombination rates along chromosome arms Genome Research 13:753-763.
ReferenceVagujfalvi A et al. (2003) The cold-regulated transcriptional activator Cbf3 is linked to the frost-tolerance locus Fr-A2 on wheat chromosome 5A Molecular Genetics and Genomics 269:60-67.
ReferenceYan L et al. (2003) Positional cloning of wheat vernalization gene VRN1. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100:6263-6268.
ReferenceSorrells ME et al. (2003) Comparative DNA sequence analysis of wheat and rice genomes Genome Research 13:1818-1827.
ReferenceWicker T et al. (2003) Rapid genome divergence at orthologous low molecular weight glutenin loci of the A and A(m) genomes of wheat Plant Cell 15:1186-1197.
ReferenceHelguera M et al. (2003) PCR assays for the Lr37-Yr17-Sr38 cluster of rust resistance genes and their use to develop isogenic hard red spring wheat lines Crop Science 43:1839-1847.
ReferenceAkhunov ED et al. (2003) Synteny perturbations between wheat homoeologous chromosomes caused by locus duplications and deletions correlate with recombination rates Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100:10836-10841.
ReferenceChen XM et al. (2003) Development of sequence tagged site and cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence markers for wheat stripe rust resistance gene Yr5 Crop Science 43:2058-2064.
ReferenceOlmos S et al. (2003) Precise mapping of a locus affecting grain protein content in durum wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:1243-1251.
ReferenceGupta PK et al. (2002) Genetic mapping of 66 new microsatellite (SSR) loci in bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:413-422.
ReferenceEchenique V et al. (2002) Frequencies of Ty1-copia and Ty3-gypsy retroelements within the Triticeae EST databases Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:840-844.
ReferenceSanMiguel PJ et al. (2002) Transposable elements, genes and recombination in a 215-kb contig from wheat chromosome 5Am. Functional and Integrative Genomics 2:70-80.
ReferenceTranquilli G et al. (2002) Effect of Triticum monococcum glutenin loci on cookie making quality and on predictive tests for bread making quality Journal of Cereal Science 36:9-18.
ReferenceBullrich L et al. (2002) Mapping of a thermo-sensitive earliness per se gene on Triticum monococcum chromosome 1A(m) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:585-593.
ReferenceRamakrishna W et al. (2002) Different types and rates of genome evolution detected by comparative sequence analysis of orthologous segments from four cereal genomes Genetics 162:1389-1400.
ReferenceYan L et al. (2002) Cereal genes similar to SW define a new subfamily that includes human and mouse genes Molecular Genetics and Genomics 268:488-499.
ReferenceTranquilli G et al. (2002) Substitutions and deletions of genes related to grain hardness in wheat and their effect on grain texture Crop Science 42:1812-1817.
ReferenceGianibelli MC et al. (2002) Biochemical and molecular characterisation of Glu-1 loci in Argentinean wheat cultivars. Euphytica 128:61-73.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (2001) Comparative sequence analysis of colinear barley and rice bacterial artificial chromosomes Plant Physiology 125:1342-1353.
ReferenceLagudah ES et al. (2001) Wheat genomics Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39:335-344.
ReferenceManifesto MM et al. (2001) Quantitative evaluation of genetic diversity in wheat germplasm using molecular markers Crop Science 41:682-690.
ReferenceGaliba G et al. (2001) Mapping of genes involved in glutathione, carbohydrate and COR14b cold induced protein accumulation during cold hardening in wheat. Euphytica 119:173-177.
ReferenceRousset M et al. (2001) Use of recombinant substitution lines for gene mapping and QTL analysis of bread making quality in wheat. Euphytica 119:81-87.
ReferenceKhan IA et al. (2000) Development of PCR-based markers for a high grain protein content gene from Triticum turgidum ssp dicoccoides transferred to bread wheat Crop Science 40:518-524.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (2000) Comparisons of recombination frequencies in hybrids involving telocentric and bibrachial wheat chromosomes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:308-314.
ReferenceHelguera M et al. (2000) Development of PCR markers for the wheat leaf rust resistance gene Lr47 Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:1137-1143.
ReferenceTranquilli G and Dubcovsky J (2000) Epistatic interaction between vernalization genes Vrn-A(m)1 and Vrn-A(m)2 in diploid wheat Journal of Heredity 91:304-306.
ReferenceVagujfalvi A et al. (2000) Two loci on wheat chromosome 5A regulate the differential cold-dependent expression of the cor14b gene in frost-tolerant and frost-sensitive genotypes Molecular and General Genetics 263:194-200.
ReferenceLukaszewski AJ et al. (2000) Registration of UCRBW98-1 and UCRBW98-2 wheat germplasms with leaf rust and greenbug resistance genes Crop Science 40:590.
ReferenceHelguera M et al. (2000) Development of PCR markers for wheat leaf rust resistance gene Lr47 Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:625-631.
ReferenceLijavetzky D et al. (1999) Construction and characterization of a bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) library for the A genome of wheat Genome 42:1176-1182.
ReferenceTranquilli G et al. (1999) Genetic and physical characterization of grain texture-related loci in diploid wheat Molecular and General Genetics 262:846-850.
ReferenceJimenez M et al. (1999) Chromosome location of genes affecting polyphenol oxidase activity in seeds of common and durum wheat Plant Breeding 118:395-398.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1998) Comparative RFLP mapping of Triticum monococcum genes controlling vernalization requirement Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:968-975.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1998) Molecular characterization of two Triticum speltoides interstitial translocations carrying leaf rust and greenbug resistance genes. Crop Science 38:1655-1660.
ReferenceSanta Maria G et al. (1997) The HAK1 gene of barley is a member of a large gene family and encodes a high-affinity potassium transporter. The Plant cell 9:2281-2289.
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ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1997) Seed-storage-protein loci in RFLP maps of diploid, tetraploid, and hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95:1169-1180.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (1996) Engineering of interstitial foreign chromosome segments containing the K+/Na+ selectivity gene Kna1 by sequential homoeologous recombination in durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 93:1180-1184.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1996) Mapping of the K+/Na+ discrimination locus Kna1 in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 92:448-454.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1996) Genetic map of diploid wheat, Triticum monococcum L., and its comparison with maps of Hordeum vulgare L. Genetics 143:983-999.
ReferenceDevos K et al. (1995) Structural evolution of wheat chromosomes 4A, 5A, and 7B and its impact on recombination Theoretical and Applied Genetics 91:282-288.
ReferenceDubcovsky J and Dvorak J (1995) Genome identification of the Triticum crassum complex (Poaceae) with the restriction patterns of repeated nucleotide sequences American Journal of Botany 82:131-140.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1995) Linkage relationships among stress-induced genes in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 91:795-801.
ReferenceVan Deynze AE et al. (1995) Molecular-genetic maps for group 1 chromosomes of Triticeae species and their relation to chromosomes in rice and oat. Genome 38:45-59.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1995) Differentiation between wheat chromosomes 4B and 4D Genome 38:1139-1147.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1995) Elucidation of the 4A/5A/7A translocation in wheat through RFLP mapping. Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
ReferenceDubcovsky J and Dvorak J (1995) Ribosomal RNA multigene loci: nomads of the Triticeae genomes. Genetics 140:1367-1377.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1995) Differentiation between homoeologous chromosomes 1A of wheat and 1Am of Triticum monococcum and recognition of homology by the Ph1 locus of wheat Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 92:6645-6649.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1994) Comparison of the genetic organization of the early salt-stress responsive wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87:957-964.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease Resistance. Septoria Tritici Blotch Resistance. Stb4.
ReferenceSherman JD et al. A PCR marker for growth habit in common wheat based on allelic variation at the VRN-A1 gene Crop Science 44:1832-1838.
ReferenceSoria MA and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Stem Rust Resistance.
ReferenceSoria MA and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Abiotic Stress and Agronomic Traits. Vernalization requirement.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Virus resistance. Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus (WSMV). Wsm1 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Wheat Spindle Streak Mosaic Bymovirus (WSSMV). WSSMV resistance MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceSoria MA and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Released germplasms.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Stripe Rust Resistance. Yr15 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Virus resistance. Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV). Bdv2 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields/ Disease resistance. Stripe Rust Resistance. Yr5 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceSoria MA and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Quality traits. Semolina color / Leaf and stem rust resistance.
ReferenceZhang W and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Stem Rust Resistance. Sr13 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Fusarium Head Blight Resistance MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceYu LX et al. MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Stem Rust Resistance. Sr25 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Quality traits. High grain protein content (HGPC) MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceHegarty J et al. MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease Resistance. Stripe Rust Resistance. Yr48 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Leaf Rust Resistance. Lr46 - Yr29 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceZhang W et al. MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Stem Rust Resistance. Sr35 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Leaf Rust Resistance. Lr47 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceSoria MA et al. MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Leaf Rust Resistance. Lr34-Yr18 MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease Resistance. Leaf Rust Resistance. Lr51.
ReferenceDubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Quality traits. Pre-harvest sprouting tolerance (PHS) MAS Wheat. Marker Assisted Selection in Wheat.
ReferenceSoria MA and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Powdery mildew resistance.
ReferenceSoria MA and Dubcovsky J MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Powdery mildew resistance.
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