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ReferenceAprile A et al. (2009) Transcriptional profiling in response to terminal drought stress reveals differential responses along the wheat genome. BMC Genomics 10:279.
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.
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.
ReferenceKocsy G et al. (2004) Heat tolerance together with heat stress-induced changes in glutathione and hydroxymethylglutathione levels is affected by chromosome 5A of wheat Plant Science 166:451-458.
ReferenceFrancia E et al. (2004) Two loci on chromosome 5H determine low-temperature tolerance in a 'Nure' (winter) x 'Tremois' (spring) barley map Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:670-680.
ReferenceKerepesi I et al. (2004) Cold acclimation and abscisic acid induced alterations in carbohydrate content in calli of wheat genotypes differing in frost tolerance Journal of Plant Physiology 161:131-133.
ReferenceKocsy G et al. (2004) Effect of osmotic stress on glutathione and hydroxymethylglutathione accumulation in wheat Journal of Plant Physiology 161:785-794.
ReferenceToth B et al. (2004) Development of PCR-based markers on chromosome 5H for assisted selection of frost-tolerant genotypes in barley Molecular Breeding 14:265-273.
ReferenceMolnar I et al. (2004) Physiological and morphological responses to water stress in Aegilops biuncialis and Triticum aestivum genotypes with differing tolerance to drought Functional Plant Biology 31:1149-1159.
ReferenceCrosatti C et al. (2003) Genetic analysis of the expression of the cold-regulated gene cor14b: a way toward the identification of components of the cold response signal transduction in Triticeae Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne de Botanique 81:1162-1167.
ReferenceCrosatti C et al. (2003) Genetic analysis of the expression of the cold-regulated gene cor14b: a way toward the identification of components of the cold response signal transduction in Triticeae Canadian Journal of Botany 81:1162-1167.
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.
ReferenceToth B et al. (2003) Mapping genes affecting flowering time and frost resistance on chromosome 5B of wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:509-514.
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.
ReferenceSnape JW et al. (2001) Mapping genes for flowering time and frost tolerance in cereals using precise genetic stocks. Euphytica 120:309-315.
ReferenceKocsy G et al. (2000) Genetic study of glutathione accumulation during cold hardening in wheat Planta 210:295-301.
ReferenceMastrangelo AM et al. (2000) The cold dependent accumulation of COR TMC-AP3 in cereals with contrasting, frost tolerance is regulated by different mRNA expression and protein turnover Plant Science 156:47-54.
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.
ReferenceSutka J et al. (1999) Physical mapping of the Vrn-A1 and Fr1 genes on chromosome 5A of wheat using deletion lines. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99:199-202.
ReferenceVagujfalvi A et al. (1999) Frost hardiness depending on carbohydrate changes during cold acclimation in wheat. Plant Science 144:85-92.
ReferenceSarma RN et al. (1998) Comparative mapping of the wheat chromosome 5A Vrn-A1 region with rice and its relationship to QTL for flowering time. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:103-109.
ReferenceTuberosa R et al. (1997) Identification of QTL influencing freezing tolerance in barley. Acta Agronomica Hungarica 45:413-417.
ReferenceSnape JW et al. (1997) Mapping frost resistance loci in wheat and comparative mapping with other cereals. Acta Agronomica Hungarica 45:265-270.
ReferenceGaliba G et al. (1995) RFLP mapping of the vernalisation (Vrn1) and frost resistance (Fr1) genes on chromosome 5A of wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics.
ReferenceGaliba G et al. (1995) RFLP mapping of the vernalization (Vrn1) and frost resistance (Fr1) genes on chromosome 5A of wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:1174-1179.
ReferenceUpelniek V et al. (1995) Genetic variation at storage protein-coding loci of common wheat (cv 'Chinese Spring') induced by nitrosoethylurea and by the cultivation of immature embryos in vitro Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:372-379.
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