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ReferenceXie J et al. (2017) Sequencing and comparative analyses of Aegilops tauschii chromosome arm 3DS reveal rapid evolution of Triticeae genomes. Journal of Genetics and Genomics 44:51-61.
ReferenceAvni R et al. (2014) Ultra-dense genetic map of durum wheat x wild emmer wheat developed using the 90K iSelect SNP genotyping assay Molecular Breeding 34:1549-1562.
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.
ReferencePeriyannan S et al. (2014) Identification of a robust molecular marker for the detection of the stem rust resistance gene Sr45 in common wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 127:947-955.
ReferenceLing HQ et al. (2013) Draft genome of the wheat A-genome progenitor Triticum urartu. Nature 496:87-90.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2013) A 4-gigabase physical map unlocks the structure and evolution of the complex genome of Aegilops tauschii, the wheat D-genome progenitor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 110:7940-7945.
ReferencePeriyannan S et al. (2013) The Gene Sr33, and ortholog of Barle MIa Genes, Encodes Resistance to Wheat Stem Rust Race Ug99 Science 341:786-788.
ReferenceAkhunov ED et al. (2010) Nucleotide diversity maps reveal variation in diversity among wheat genomes and chromosomes. BMC Genomics 11:702.
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.
ReferenceGu YQ et al. (2009) A BAC-based physical map of Brachypodium distachyon and its comparative analysis with rice and wheat. BMC Genomics 10:496.
ReferenceYou FM et al. (2009) ConservedPrimers 2.0: A high-throughput pipeline for comparative genome referenced intron-flanking PCR primer design and its application in wheat SNP discovery. BMC Bioinformatics 10:331.
ReferenceAkhunov E et al. (2009) Single nucleotide polymorphism genotyping in polyploid wheat with the Illumina GoldenGate assay. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:507-517.
ReferenceHuo N et al. (2009) Structural characterization of Brachypodium genome and its syntenic relationship with rice and wheat. Plant Molecular Biology 70:47-61.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2009) A high-throughput strategy for screening of bacterial artificial chromosome libraries and anchoring of clones on a genetic map constructed with single nucleotide polymorphisms. BMC Genomics 10:28.
ReferenceHuo N et al. (2008) The nuclear genome of Brachypodium distachyon: analysis of BAC end sequences. Functional and Integrative Genomics 8:135.
ReferenceYou FM et al. (2008) BatchPrimer3: a high throughput web application for PCR and sequencing primer design. BMC Bioinformatics 9:253.
ReferenceYou FM et al. (2007) GenoProfiler: batch processing of high-throughput capillary fingerprinting data. Bioinformatics 23:240.
ReferenceDubcovsky J and Dvorak J (2007) Genome plasticity a key factor in the success of polyploid wheat under domestication. Science 316:1862.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2007) The structure of wild and domesticated emmer wheat populations, gene flow between them, and the site of emmer domestication. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:947.
ReferenceAkhunov ED et al. (2007) Mechanisms and rates of birth and death of dispersed duplicated genes during the evolution of a multigene family in diploid and tetraploid wheats. Molecular Biology and Evolution 24:539.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (2006) Discovery and mapping of wheat Ph1 suppressors. Genetics 174:17.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (2006) Molecular characterization of a diagnostic DNA marker for domesticated tetraploid wheat provides evidence for gene flow from wild tetraploid wheat to hexaploid wheat. Molecular Biology and Evolution 23:1386.
ReferenceDvorak J and Akhunov ED (2005) Tempos of gene locus deletions and duplications and their relationship to recombination rate during diploid and polyploid evolution in the Aegilops-Triticum alliance. Genetics 171:323.
ReferenceLuo M-C et al. (2005) Comparative genetic maps reveal extreme crossover localization in the Aegilops speltoides chromosomes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 111:1098-1106.
ReferenceAkhunov E et al. (2005) BAC libraries of Triticum urartu, Aegilops speltoides and Ae. tauschii, the diploid ancestors of polyploid wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 111:1617-1622.
ReferenceQualset CO et al. (2005) Registration of UC66049 Triticum aestivum Blue Aleurone Genetic Stock Crop Science 45:432.
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.
ReferenceCaldwell KS et al. (2004) Sequence polymorphism in polyploid wheat and their D-genome diploid ancestor Genetics 167:941-947.
ReferenceBlake NK et al. (2004) Genome-specific primer sets for starch biosynthesis genes in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1295-1302.
ReferenceRandhawa HS et al. (2004) Deletion Mapping of Homoeologous Group 6-Specific Wheat Expressed Sequence Tags Genetics 168:677-686.
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.
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.
ReferenceSorrells ME et al. (2003) Comparative DNA sequence analysis of wheat and rice genomes Genome Research 13:1818-1827.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2003) High-throughput fingerprinting of bacterial artificial chromosomes using the SNaPshot labeling kit and sizing of restriction fragments by capillary electrophoresis Genomics 82:378-389.
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.
ReferenceNoaman MM et al. (2002) Genes inducing Salt tolerance in wheat, Lophopyrum elongatum and amphiploid and their responses to ABA under salt stress Prospects for Saline Agriculture 37:139-144.
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.
ReferenceDvorak J and Lukaszewski AJ (2000) Centromere association is an unlikely mechanism by which the wheat Ph1 locus regulates metaphase I chromosome pairing between homoeologous chromosomes Chromosoma 109:410-414.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2000) Recombination of chromosomes 3A(m) and 5A(m) of Triticum monococcum with homeologous chromosomes 3A and 5A of wheat: the distribution of recombination across chromosomes Genetics 154:1301-1308.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2000) The Q locus of Iranian and European spelt wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:602-606.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (2000) Comparisons of recombination frequencies in hybrids involving telocentric and bibrachial wheat chromosomes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:308-314.
ReferenceDeal KR et al. (1999) Arm location of Lophopyrum elongatum genes affecting K+/Na+ selectivity under salt stress. Euphytica 108:193-198.
ReferenceCassidy BG et al. (1998) The wheat low-molecular weight glutenin genes: characterization of six new genes and progress in understanding gene family structure. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:743-750.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1998) The structure of the Aegilops tauschii genepool and the evolution of hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:657-670.
ReferenceSorrells ME et al. (1997) Corn genome initiative [letter; comment] [published erratum appears in 1997 Sep 12;277(5332):1692] Science 277:884-885.
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) Genetic map of diploid wheat, Triticum monococcum L., and its comparison with maps of Hordeum vulgare L. Genetics 143:983-999.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1996) Mapping of the K+/Na+ discrimination locus Kna1 in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 92:448-454.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (1996) Molecular mapping of an aluminum tolerance locus on chromosome 4D of Chinese Spring wheat Euphytica 91:31-35.
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.
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.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1995) Linkage relationships among stress-induced genes in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 91:795-801.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1995) Differentiation between wheat chromosomes 4B and 4D Genome 38:1139-1147.
ReferenceDubcovsky J and Dvorak J (1995) Ribosomal RNA multigene loci: nomads of the Triticeae genomes. Genetics 140:1367-1377.
ReferenceMcGuire P et al. (1995) Resistance to barley yellow-dwarf-virus disease in derivatives of crosses between hexaploid wheat and species of Lophopyrum (Triticeae: Poaceae) Plant Breeding 114:287-290.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1995) Elucidation of the 4A/5A/7A translocation in wheat through RFLP mapping. Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
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.
ReferenceZhong G and Dvorak J (1995) Evidence for common genetic mechanisms controlling the tolerance of sudden salt stress in the tribe Triticeae Plant Breeding 114:297-302.
ReferenceZhong G and Dvorak J (1995) Chromosomal control of the tolerance of gradually and suddenly imposed salt stress in the Lophopyrum elongatum and wheat, Triticum aestivum L Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:229-236.
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.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1994) Enhancement of the salt tolerance of Triticum turgidium L. by the Kna1 locus transferred from the Triticum aestivum L. chromosome 4D by homoeologous recombination Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87:872-877.
ReferenceZhong G et al. (1994) Cytological and molecular characterization of a Triticum aestivum X Lophopyrum ponticum backcross derivative resistant to barley yellow dwarf Genome 37:876-881.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1994) Comparison of the genetic organization of the early salt-stress responsive wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87:957-964.
ReferenceSun M and Dvorak J (1992) Chromosomal location of adenylate kinase, 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase, and glutamate-pyruvate transaminase structural loci in wheat, barley and Lophopyrum elongatum. Genome 35:147-154.
ReferenceDvorak J (1992) WGS-95-1333-Ref#202.
ReferenceDvorak J and Gorham J (1992) Methodology of gene transfer by homoeologous recombination into Triticum turgidum: Transfer of K+/Na+ discrimination from Triticum aestivum. Genome 35:639-646.
ReferenceZhang HB and Dvorak J (1991) The genome origin of the tetraploid species of Lelymus (Poaceae: Triticeae) inferred from variation in repeated nucleotide sequences American Journal of Botany 78:871-884.
ReferenceJones SS et al. (1991) Use of double-ditelosomic and normal chromosome 1D recombinant substitution lines to map Sr33 on chromosome arm 1DS in wheat. Genome 34:505-508.
ReferenceCassidy BG and Dvorak J (1991) Molecular characterization of a low-molecular-weight glutenin cDNA clone from Triticum durum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 81:653-660.
ReferenceDvorak J and Knott DR (1990) Location of a Triticum speltoides chromosome segment conferring resistance to leaf rust in Triticum aestivum Genome 33:892-897.
ReferenceZhang HB and Dvorak J (1990) Isolation of repeated DNA sequences from Lophopyrum elongatum for detection of Lophopyrum chromatin in wheat genomes Genome 33:283-293.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1990) Molecular evidence on the origin of wheat chromosomes 4A and 4B Genome 33:30-39.
ReferenceJones SS et al. (1990) Linkage relations of Gli-D1, Rg2 and Lr21 on the short arm of chromosome 1D in wheat. Genome 33:937-940.
ReferenceZhang HB and Dvorak J (1990) Characterization and distribution of an interspersed repeated nucleotide sequence from Lophopyrum elongatum and mapping of a segregation-distortion factor with it. Genome 33:927-936.
ReferenceGulick PJ and Dvorak J (1990) Selective enrichment of cDNAs from salt-stress-induced genes in the wheatgrass, Lophopyrum elongatum by the formamide-phenol emulsion reassociation technique. Gene 95:173-177.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1989) Organisation and evolution of the 5S ribosomal RNA gene family in wheat and related species. Genome 32:1003-1016.
ReferenceOard JH et al. (1989) Chimeric gene expression using maize intron in cultured cells of breadwheat Plant Cell Reports 8:156-160.
ReferenceSchachtman DP et al. (1989) Salt-tolerant Triticum X Lophopyrum derivatives limit the accumulation of sodium and chloride ions under saline-stress Plant, Cell and Environment 12:47-55.
ReferenceDvorak J (1988) Cytogenetical and molecular inferences about the evolution of wheat Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 187-192.
ReferenceKota RS and Dvorak J (1988) Genomic instability in wheat induced by chromosome 6Bs of Triticum speltoides Genetics 120:1085-1094.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1988) Apparent sources of the A genomes of wheats inferred from polymorphism in abundance and restriction fragment length of repeated nucleotide sequences Genome 30:680-689.
ReferenceLassner M et al. (1987) Hypervariation associated with a 12-nucleotide direct repeat and inferences on intergenomic homogenization of ribosomal RNA gene spacers based on the DNA sequence of a clone from the wheat Nor-D3 locus Genome 29:770-781.
ReferenceDvorak J (1987) Chromosomal distribution of genes in diploid Elytrigia elongata that promote or suppress pairing of wheat homoeologous chromosomes Genome 29:34-40.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1986) Chromosomal location of seed storage protein genes in the genome of Elytrigia elongata Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 28:818-830.
ReferenceJampates R and Dvorak J (1986) Location of the Ph1 locus in the metaphase chromosome map and the linkage map of the 5Bq arm of wheat. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 28:511-519.
ReferenceLassner M and Dvorak J (1986) Preferential homogenization between adjacent and alternate subrepeats in wheat rDNA Nucleic Acids Research 14:5499-5512.
ReferenceDvorak J and Appels R (1986) Investigation of homoeologous crossing over and sister chromatid exchange in the wheat NOR-B2 locus coding for rRNA and GLI-B2 locus coding for gliadins. Genetics 113:1037-1056.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1984) The distribution of the ribosomal RNA genes in the Triticum speltoides and Elytrigia elongata genomes. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 26:628-632.
ReferenceDvorak J and Chen KC (1984) Distribution of nonstructural variation between wheat cultivars along chromosome arm 6Bp: evidence from the linkage map and physical map of the arm. Genetics 106:325-333.
ReferenceQualset CO et al. (1983) Release of Wheat Germplasm: A Blue Aleurone Translocation Stock - UC66049 University of California Agronomy Progress Reports 139.
ReferenceAppels R and Dvorak J (1982) The wheat ribosomal DNA spacer region: its structure and variation in populations and among species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 63:337-348.
ReferenceJan CC et al. (1981) Selection and identification of a spontaneous alien chromosome translocation in wheat. Genetics 98:389-398.
ReferenceDvorak J and Knott DR (1977) Homoeologous chromatin exchange in a radiation-induced gene transfer. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 19:125-131.

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