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Fedak G
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Fedak, George
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ReferenceSari E et al. (2018) High density genetic mapping of Fusarium head blight resistance QTL in tetraploid wheat 13.
ReferenceKumar S et al. (2017) High-density genetic mapping of a major QTL for resistance to multiple races of loose smut in a tetraploid wheat cross PLoS One 13:e019226.
ReferenceYan W et al. (2010) Response of Oat Genotypes to Fusarium Head Blight in Eastern Canada Crop Science 50:134-142.
ReferenceTamburic-Ilincic L et al. (2009) Different quantitative trait loci for Fusarium resistance in wheat seedlings and adult stage in the Wuhan/Nyubai wheat population. Euphytica 165:453-458.
ReferenceNkongolo KK et al. (2009) Molecular cytogenetic and agronomic characterization of advanced generations of wheat x triticale hybrids resistant to Diuraphis noxia (Mordvilko): application of GISH and microsatellite markers. Genome 52:353-360.
ReferenceKim NS et al. (2008) Cytogenetic analyses of intergeneric hybrids between barley and nine species of Elymus. Genome 51:897-904.
ReferenceSomers DJ et al. (2006) Mapping of FHB resistance QTLs in tetraploid wheat. Genome 49:1586.
ReferenceHan FP et al. (2005) Mapping of genes expressed in Fusarium graminearum-infected heads of wheat cultivar 'Frontana' Genome 48:88-96.
ReferenceYang Z et al. (2005) Genetic characterization of QTL associated with resistance to Fusarium head blight in a doubled-haploid spring wheat population Genome 48:187-196.
ReferenceSomers D et al. (2005) Assembling complex genotypes to resist Fusarium in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 111:1623-1631.
ReferenceHan F et al. (2005) Rapid and repeatable elimination of a parental genome-specific DNA repeat (pGc1R-1a) in newly synthesized wheat allopolyploids. Genetics 170:1239.
ReferenceDe Koeyer DL et al. (2004) A molecular linkage map with associated QTLs from a hulless x covered spring oat population Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:1285-1298.
ReferenceChoo TM et al. (2004) Fusarium head blight and deoxynivalenol accumulation of barley in eastern canada: Cultivar response and correlation analysis Plant Disease 88:837-844.
ReferenceMcCartney CA et al. (2004) Haplotype diversity at fusarium head blight resistance QTLs in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:261-271.
ReferenceHan F et al. (2004) Genomic constitution and variation in five partial amphiploids of wheat-Thinopyrum intermedium as revealed by GISH, multicolor GISH and seed storage protein analysis Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1070-1076.
ReferenceSomers DJ et al. (2003) Molecular mapping of novel genes controlling Fusarium head blight resistance and deoxynivalenol accumulation in spring wheat Genome 46:555-564.
ReferenceYang ZP et al. (2003) Marker assisted selection of Fusarium head blight resistance genes in two doubled haploid populations of wheat Molecular Breeding 12:309-317.
ReferenceCheng DW et al. (2003) Isolation and identification of Triticeae chromosome 1 receptor-like kinase genes (Lrk10) from diploid, tetraploid, and hexaploid species of the genus Avena Genome 46:119-127.
ReferenceHan FP et al. (2003) Characterization of six wheat x Thinopyrum intermedium derivatives by GISH, RFLP, and multicolor GISH Genome 46:490-495.
ReferenceWight CP et al. (2003) A molecular marker map in 'Kanota' x 'Ogle' hexaploid oat (Avena spp.) enhanced by additional markers and a robust framework Genome 46:28-47.
ReferenceHan FP et al. (2003) Rapid genomic changes in interspecific and intergeneric hybrids and allopolyploids of Triticeae Genome 46:716-723.
ReferenceCheng DW et al. (2002) Genetic and physical mapping of Lrk10-like receptor kinase sequences in hexaploid oat (Avena sativa L.) Genome 45:100-109.
ReferenceFedak G et al. (2001) Characterization of wheat-Thinopyrum partial amphiploids for resistance to barley yellow dwarf virus. Euphytica 120:373-378.
ReferenceKolb FL et al. (2001) Host plant resistance genes for fusarium head blight: Mapping and manipulation with molecular markers Crop Science 41:611-619.
ReferenceFedak G (2000) Molecular aids for integration of alien chromatin through wide crosses Genome 42:584-591.
ReferenceRabinovich SV et al. (2000) The high-molecular glutenins of the soft winter wheats from European countries and their relationship to the glutenin composition of the ancient and modern wheat varieties of Ukraine Cytology and Genetics (Kiev) 34:104-120.
ReferenceFedak G et al. (2000) Characterization of wheat-Thinopyrum partial amphiploids by meiotic analysis and genomic in situ hybridization Genome 43:712-719.
ReferenceFedak G (2000) Coordinator's report: chromosome 5H (7) Barley Genetics Newsletter 31:56.
ReferenceFedak G (2000) Coordinators report: Chromosome 5H (7) Barley Genetics Newsletter 30:78-79.
ReferenceFedak G (2000) Coordinator's report: chromosome 5H (7). [electronic resource] Barley Genetics Newsletter 32:147-148.
ReferenceKim NS et al. (2000) A microsatellite sequence from the rice blast fungus (Magnaporthe grisea) distinguishes between the centromeres of Hordeum vulgare and H. bulbosum in hybrid plants Genome 165-174.
ReferenceChen Q et al. (1999) Genomic in situ hybridization analysis of Thinopyrum chromatin in a wheat-Th. intermedium partial amphiploid and six derived chromosome addition lines Genome 1217-1223.
ReferenceBuerstmayr H et al. (1999) Back-cross reciprocal monosomic analysis of Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 98:76-85.
ReferenceChen Q et al. (1998) Molecular characterization of the genome composition of partial amphiploids derived from Triticum aestivum x Thinopyrum ponticum and T-aestivum x Th-intermedium as sources of resistance to wheat streak mosaic virus and its vector, Aceria tosichella. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:1-8.
ReferenceO'Donoughue LS et al. (1996) Localization of stem rust resistance genes and associated molecular markers in cultivated oat. Phytopathology 86:719-727.
ReferenceMujeeb-Kazi A et al. (1996) The range of chromosomal variations in intergeneric hybrids involving some Triticeae Cytologia 61:125-140.
ReferenceO'Donoughue LS et al. (1995) A molecular linkage map of cultivated oat Genome 38:368-380.
ReferencePenner GA et al. (1993) Identification of a RAPD marker linked to the oat stem rust gene Pg3. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:702-705.
ReferenceKim N et al. (1993) Cytological and molecular characterization of a chromosome interchange and addition lines in Cadet involving chromosome 5B of wheat and 6Ag of Lophopyrum ponticum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 86:827-832.
ReferencePenner GA et al. (1993) Identification of an RAPD marker for the crown rust resistance gene Pc68 in oats. Genome 36:818-820.
ReferenceFedak G and Yui PY (1982) Chromosomes of Chinese Spring wheat carrying genes for crossability with Betzes barley. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 24:227-233.
ReferenceFedak G Coordinator's report: chromosome 5H (7) h [electronic resource] Barley Genetics Newsletter 33.

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