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ReferenceMcKibbin RS et al. (2002) Transcripts of Vp-1 homeologues are misspliced in modern wheat and ancestral species Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 99:10203-10208.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (2002) Cereal comparative genetics and preharvest sprouting. Euphytica 126:21-25.
ReferenceWilkinson MD et al. (2002) Use of comparative molecular genetics to study pre harvest sprouting in wheat. Euphytica 126:27-33.
ReferenceQi X et al. (2001) Development of simple sequence repeat markers from bacterial artificial chromosomes without subcloning BioTechniques 31:355-362.
ReferenceAllouis S et al. (2001) Construction of a BAC library of pearl millet, Pennisetum glaucum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:1200-1205.
ReferenceGale MD and Devos KM (2001) Comparative genetics and cereal evolution Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 49:19-23.
ReferenceZhang H et al. (2001) Comparative genetic analysis of the Aegilops longissima and Ae. sharonensis genomes with common wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:518-525.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (2000) Comparative mapping reveals a complex relationship between the pearl millet genome and those of foxtail millet and rice Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:190-198.
ReferenceDevos KM and Gale MD (2000) Genome relationships: The grass model in current research Plant Cell 12:637-646.
ReferencePeng JR et al. (1999) 'Green revolution' genes encode mutant gibberellin response modulators. Nature 400:256-261.
ReferenceBryan GJ et al. (1999) Low levels of DNA sequence variation among adapted genotypes of hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99:192-198.
ReferenceBailey PC et al. (1999) Genetic map locations for orthologous Vp1 genes in wheat and rice. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 98:281-284.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1998) Catalogue of Gene Symbols for Wheat- 1998 Edition Catalogue of Gene Symbols for Wheat.
ReferenceGale MD and Devos KM (1998) Plant comparative genetics after 10 years. Science 282:656-659.
ReferenceBryan GJ et al. (1998) A PCR-based method for the detection of hexaploid bread wheat adulteration of durum wheat and pasta. Journal of Cereal Science 28:135-145.
ReferenceFlintham JE et al. (1998) Seedcoat and embryo dormancy in wheat Eighth International Symposium on Pre-harvest Sprouting in Cereals..
ReferenceZhang H et al. (1998) Relationships between the chromosomes of Aegilops umbellulata and wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:69-75.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1997) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat: 1997 Supplement. Wheat Information Service 85:56-81.
ReferenceFlintham JE et al. (1997) Optimising wheat grain yield effects of Rht (gibberellin insensitive) dwarfing genes. Journal of Agricultural Science 128:11-25.
ReferenceBryan GJ et al. (1997) Isolation and characterisation of microsatellites from hexaploid bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 94:557-563.
ReferenceMao L et al. (1997) Cloning and genetic mapping of wheat telomere-associated sequences Molecular and General Genetics 254:584-591.
ReferenceBlanco A et al. (1996) Quantitative trait loci influencing grain protein content in tetraploid wheats. Plant Breeding 115:310-316.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1995) Application of two microsatellite sequences in wheat storage proteins as molecular markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:247-252.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1995) Elucidation of the 4A/5A/7A translocation in wheat through RFLP mapping. Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
ReferenceAinsworth C et al. (1995) Adenosine diphosphate glucose pyrophosphorylase genes in wheat: differential expression and gene mapping Planta 197:1-10.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1995) Relationship between chromosome 9 of maize and wheat homoeologous group 7 chromosomes. Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
ReferenceBonhomme A et al. (1995) RFLP analysis of an Aegilops ventricosa chromosome that carries a gene conferring resistance to leaf rust (Puccinia recondita) when transferred to hexaploid wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:1042-1048.
ReferenceFlintham JE and Gale MD (1995) AWN-41-330-Ref#9546.
ReferenceGale MD (1995) AWN-41-330-Ref#9547.
ReferenceAinsworth C et al. (1995) Adenosine diphosphate glucose pyrophosphorylase genes in wheat: differential expression and gene mapping Planta 197:1-10.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1995) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat. Proceedings of the 8th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1333-1500.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1995) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat, 1995 supplement Annual Wheat Newsletter.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1995) Genetic Maps of Hexaploid Wheat Proceedings of the 8th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1:29-40.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1994) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat, 1994 supplement Annual Wheat Newsletter.
ReferenceSchachermayr R et al. (1994) Identification and localization of molecular markers linked to the Lr9 leaf rust resistance gene of wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 88:110-115.
ReferenceKurata N et al. (1994) Conservation of genome structure between rice and wheat. Bio/Technology 12:276-278.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1994) The genetical control and tissue-specificity of esterase isozymes in hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 88:796-802.
ReferenceXie DX et al. (1993) Genetic maps of wheat homoeologous group 5 chromosomes Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
ReferenceMasojc P et al. (1993) Polymorphism and chromosomal location of an endogenous alpha-amylase inhibitor gene in common wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:1043-1048.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1993) Chromosome rearrangements in the rye genome relative to that of wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:673-680.
ReferenceDevos KM and Gale MD (1993) Extended genetic maps of the homoeologous group 3 chromosomes of wheat, rye and barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:649-652.
ReferenceJia J et al. (1993) RFLP-based maps of homoeologous group 6 chromosomes of wheat and their applications in the tagging of Pm12, a mildew resistance gene transferred from Aegilops speltoides to wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1993) Comparative RFLP maps of the homoeologous group-2 chromosomes of wheat, rye and barley Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:784-792.
ReferencePlaschke J et al. (1993) RFLP mapping of genes affecting plant height and growth habit in rye. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:1049-1054.
ReferenceHart GE et al. (1993) Linkage maps of Triticum aestivum (hexaploid wheat, 2n = 42, genomes A, B, and D) and T. tauschii (2n = 14, genome D). Genetic maps: Locus Maps of Complex Genomes.
ReferenceLaurie DA et al. (1993) The distribution of RFLP markers on chromosome 2(2H) of barley in relation to the physical and genetic location of 5S rDNA. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87:177-183.
ReferenceLiu CJ et al. (1992) Nonhomoeologous translocations between group 4, 5 and 7 chromosomes within wheat and rye. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 83:305-312.
ReferenceCheung WY et al. (1992) HpaII library indicates 'methylation-free islands' in wheat and barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 84:739-746.
ReferenceWang ML et al. (1992) Comparative RFLP-based genetic maps of barley chromosome 5 (1H) and rye chromosome 1R. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 84:339-344.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1992) RFLP-based genetic map of the homoeologous group 3 chromosomes of wheat and rye Theoretical and Applied Genetics 83:931-939.
ReferenceJia JZ et al. (1992) RFLP tagging of a gene for powdery mildew resistance Pm12 transferred to wheat (Triticum aestivum) from Aegilops speltoides by linkage analysis. Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology 242-243.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1992) The coding sequence for sedoheptulose-1,7-bisphosphatase detects multiple homologues in wheat genomic DNA. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:133-135.
ReferenceGale MD (1992) WGS-95-1333-Ref#274.
ReferenceMillan T et al. (1992) Chromosomal location and RFLP utility in wheat and barley of a wheat gene encoding seed storage 7S globulin. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 85:387-388.
ReferenceXie DX et al. (1992) WGS-95-1333-Ref#1178.
ReferenceRognil OA et al. (1992) RFLP mapping of rye chromosome 7R reveals a highly translocated chromosome relative to wheat. Genome 55:1026-1031.
ReferenceCheung WY et al. (1991) Long-range physical mapping of the a-amylase-1 (a-Amy-1) loci on homoeologous group 6 chromosomes of wheat Molecular and General Genetics 229:373-379.
ReferenceChinoy CN et al. (1991) Chromosomal location of the genes for ferrodoxin in wheat, barley and rye. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:1-2.
ReferenceWang ML et al. (1991) RFLP-based genetic map of rye (Secale cereale L.) chromosome 1R. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:174-178.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1991) Chromosomal location and variability in wheat, barley and rye of a wheat gene encoding a bZIP protein (EmBP1). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:665-667.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1991) The chromosomal location of genes encoding NADH dehydrogenase isozymes in hexaploid wheat and related species. Genome 34:44-51.
ReferenceMasojc P and Gale MD (1991) a-Amylase structural genes in rye. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:771-776.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1991) Chromosomal location in wheat of the genes coding for the acyl carrier proteins 1 and 111. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:3-5.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1991) Catalogue of gene symbols: 1991 Supplement Annual Wheat Newsletter 37:200-216.
ReferenceHarcourt RL and Gale MD (1991) A chromosome-specific DNA sequence which reveals a high level of RFLP in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 81:397-400.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1990) RFLP mapping in wheat--progress and problems Gene manipulation in plant improvement II : 19th Stadler Genetics Symposium 353-363.
ReferenceLiu CJ et al. (1990) The genetical control of tissue specific peroxidases, Per-1, Per-2, Per-3, Per-4, and Per-5 in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:305-313.
ReferencePinthus MJ and Gale MD (1990) The effects of 'gibberellin-insensitive' dwarfing alleles in wheat on grain weight and protein content Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:108-112.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1990) Est-7, a set of genes controlling green tissue esterases in wheat and related species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:781-784.
ReferencePetchey EM et al. (1990) Genetic characterisation of a homoeoallelic series of grain esterase loci, Est-6 in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:294-296.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1989) The isolation, characterisation and application in the Triticeae of a set of RFLP probes identifying each homoeologous chromosome arm. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 78:342-348.
ReferenceChao S et al. (1989) Chromosomal location and copy number in wheat and some of its close relatives of genes for enzymes involved in photosynthesis. Molecular and General Genetics 218:423-430.
ReferenceLiu CJ et al. (1989) Wsp-1, a set of genes controlling water-soluble proteins in wheat and related species. Genetical Research, Cambridge 54:173-181.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1989) Evidence for the genetic control of hexokinase isozymes by homoeologous group 3 chromosomes in wheat. Cereal Research Communications 17:101-104.
ReferencePinthus MJ et al. (1989) Effect of temperature on gibberellin (GA) responsiveness and on endogenous GA(1) content of tall and dwarf wheat genotypes Plant Physiology 90:854-859.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1989) The chromosomal location of a third set of malate dehydrogenase loci, Mdh-3, in wheat, barley and related species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 78:349-352.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1989) Applications of genetic markers in cytogenetic manipulation of the wheat genomes Genome 31:137-142.
ReferenceChao S et al. (1989) RFLP-based genetic maps of wheat homoeologous group 7 chromosomes. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 78:495-504.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1989) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat: 1989 supplement. Annual Wheat Newsletter 35:231-241.
ReferenceGale MD and King RW (1988) Semi-dwarf genes in Australian wheats. Agricultural Science 1:18-20.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1988) Isolation, characterization and applications of a set of 14 RFLP probes identifying each homoeologous chromosome arm in the Triticeae. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 639-646.
ReferenceGale MD and Sharp PJ (1988) Genetic markers in wheat--developments and prospects Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 469-475.
ReferenceChao S et al. (1988) A linkage map of wheat group 7 chromosomes using RFLP markers. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 493-498.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1988) Isozyme variation and RFLPS at the beta-amylase loci in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 76:691-699.
ReferenceHoogendoorn J et al. (1988) Adaptive aspects of dwarfing genes in CIMMYT germplasm Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1093-1100.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1988) Three new marker systems, iodine binding factor (Ibf-1), malic enzyme (Mal-1) and malate dehydrogenase (Mdh-3) in wheat and related species. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 555-560.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1988) Location of beta-amylase sequences in wheat and its relatives. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 75:286-290.
ReferenceFlintham JE and Gale MD (1988) Genetics of pre-harvest sprouting and associated traits in wheat: review Plant Varieties and Seeds 1:87-97.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1988) Ibf-1(Iodine binding factor),a highly variable marker system in the Triticeae. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 77:233-240.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1988) The exploitation of the Tom Thumb dwarfing gene, Rht3, in F1 hybrid wheats. Semi-dwarf cereal mutants and their use in cross-breeding III : proceedings of the final research co-ordination meeting on evaluation of semi-dwarf cereal mutants for cross breeding held in Rome, 16-20 December, 1985 57-68.
ReferenceGale MD (1988) The genetics of preharvest sprouting in cereals, particularly in wheat 85-110.
ReferenceHart GE and Gale MD (1988) Guidelines for nomenclature of biochemical/molecular loci in wheat and related species. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1215-1218.
ReferenceAinsworth CC et al. (1987) alpha-amylase and beta-amylase homoeoloci in species related to wheat. Genetical Research, Cambridge 49:93-103.
ReferenceAinsworth CC and Gale MD (1987) Enzyme structural genes and their exploitation in wheat genetics and breeding 53-82.
ReferenceGale MD and Miller TE (1987) The introduction of alien genetic variation in wheat Wheat breeding : its scientific basis 173-210.
ReferenceWorland AJ et al. (1987) Wheat genetics Wheat breeding : its scientific basis 129-171.
ReferenceForster BP et al. (1987) An assessment of the homoeology of six Agropyron intermedium chromosomes added to wheat. Genetical Research, Cambridge 50:91-97.
ReferenceKreis M et al. (1987) Identification of a second locus encoding beta-amylase on chromosome 2 of barley. Genetical Research, Cambridge 51:13-16.
ReferenceQuarrie SA and Gale MD (1986) Examples of the use of natural and synthetic plant growth substances in cereal breeding Plant growth substances 1985 : proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, held at Heidelberg, August 26-31, 1985 404-409.
ReferenceAinsworth CC et al. (1986) Genetic control of grain esterases in hexaploid wheat II. Homoeologous loci in related species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 72:219-225.
ReferenceAinsworth CC et al. (1985) Allelic variation at alpha-amylase loci in hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 70:400-406.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1984) An alpha-amylase gene from Aegilops ventricosa transferred to bread wheat together with a factor for eyespot resistance. Heredity 52:431-435.
ReferenceAinsworth CC et al. (1984) The genetic control of grain esterases in hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 68:219-226.
ReferenceAinsworth CC et al. (1984) The chromosomal locations of leaf peroxidase genes in hexaploid wheat, rye and barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 69:205-210.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1983) Genetic control of alpha-amylase production in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 64:309-316.
ReferenceChojecki AJS et al. (1983) The intrachromosomal mapping of a glucosephosphateisomerase structural gene, using allelic variation among stocks of Chinese Spring wheat. Genetical Research, Cambridge 41:221-226.
ReferenceAinsworth CC et al. (1983) The genetics of beta-amylase isozymes in wheat. Allelic variation among hexaploid varieties and intrachromosomal gene locations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 66:39-49.
ReferenceGale MD and Youssifian S (1983) Pleiotropic effects of the Norin 10 dwarfing genes Rht1 and Rht2 and interactions in response to chlormequat. Proceedings of the 6th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 271-277.
ReferenceGale MD (1983) Alpha-amylase genes in wheat. Third International Symposium on Pre-harvest Sprouting in Cereals. 273-284.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1982) The Analysis and Evaluation of Semi-dwarfing Genes in Wheat, including a Major Height-reducing Gene in the Variety 'Sava'. Semi-dwarf Cereal Mutants and their Use in Cross Breeding 7-23.
ReferenceChojecki AJS and Gale MD (1982) Genetic control of glucose phosphate isomerase in wheat and related species. Journal of Heredity 49:339-349.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1981) A classification of the Norin 10 and Tom Thumb dwarfing genes in British, Mexican, Indian and other hexaploid bread wheat varieties. Euphytica 30:355-361.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1981) Norin 10 semi-dwarfism in tetraploid wheat and associated effects on yield. Euphytica 30:347-354.
ReferenceGale MD and Marshall GA (1979) A classification of the Norin 10 and Tom Thumb dwarfing genes in hexaploid bread wheat. Proceedings of the 5th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 995-1001.
ReferenceMcVittie JA et al. (1978) The intra-chromosomal mapping of the Norin 10 and Tom Thumb genes. Heredity 40:67-70.
ReferenceGale MD and Law CN (1976) The identification and exploitation of Norin 10 semi-dwarfing genes. Annual Report, Plant Breeding Institute Cambridge 21-35.
ReferenceGale MD and Marshall GA (1976) The chromosomal location of Gai1 and Rht1, genes for gibberellin insensitivity and semi-dwarfism, in a derivative of Norin 10 wheat. Heredity 37:283-289.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1975) The genetic control of gibberellic acid insensitivity and coleoptile length in a 'dwarf' wheat. Heredity 34:393-399.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1975) The chromosomal location of a major dwarfing gene from Norin 10 in new British semi-dwarf wheats. Heredity 35:417-421.
ReferenceGale MD and Marshall GA (1975) The nature and genetic control of gibberellin insensitivity in dwarf wheat grain. Heredity 35:55-65.
ReferenceGale MD and Marshall GA (1973) Insensitivity to Gibberellin in Dwarf Wheats. Annals of Botany 37:729-735.
ReferenceGale MD and Flavell RB (1971) The genetic control of anthocyanin biosynthesis by homoeologous chromosomes in wheat. Genetical Research, Cambridge 18:237-244.
ReferenceWall AM et al. (1971) The position of a locus on chromosome 5B of Triticum aestivum affecting homoeologous meiotic pairing. Genetical Research, Cambridge 18:329-339.
ReferenceGale MD WGS-95-1333-Ref#272.

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