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ReferencePidon H et al. (2024) High-resolution mapping of Ryd4Hb, a major resistance gene to Barley yellow dwarf virus from Hordeum bulbosum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 137.
ReferenceHerter CP et al. (2018) Rht24 reduces height in the winter wheat population Solitar x Bussard without adverse effects on Fusarium head blight infection. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 131:1263-1272.
ReferenceBauer E et al. (2017) Towards a whole-genome sequence for rye (Secale cereale L.). The Plant Journal 89:853-869.
ReferenceJiang Y et al. (2017) Validating the prediction accuracies of marker-assisted and genomic selection of Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat using an independent sample. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:471-482.
ReferenceZanke CD et al. (2017) Genome-wide association mapping of resistance to eyespot disease (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides) in European winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and fine-mapping of Pch1. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:505-514.
ReferenceAuinger HJ et al. (2016) Model training across multiple breeding cycles significantly improves genomic prediction accuracy in rye (Secale cereale L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2043-2053.
ReferenceSimmonds J et al. (2014) Identification and independent validation of a stable yield and thousand grain weight QTL on chromosome 6A of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). BMC Plant Biology 14:191.
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.
ReferenceComadran J et al. (2012) Natural variation in a homolog of Antirrhinum CENTRORADIALIS contributed to spring growth habit and environmental adaptation in cultivated barley Nature Genetics 44:1388-1392.
ReferenceDobrovolskaya O et al. (2009) Microsatellite mapping of genes that determine supernumerary spikelets in wheat (T. aestivum) and rye (S. cereale). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:867-874.
ReferenceMiedaner T et al. (2009) Marker selection for Fusarium head blight resistance based on quantitative trait loci (QTL) from two European sources compared to phenotypic selection in winter wheat. Euphytica 166:219-227.
ReferenceGustafson JP et al. (2009) A consensus map of rye integrating mapping data from five mapping populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 118:793-800.
ReferenceHolzapfel J et al. (2008) Inheritance of resistance to Fusarium head blight in three European winter wheat populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117:1119-1128.
ReferenceFalke KC et al. (2008) Establishment of introgression libraries in hybrid rye (Secale cereale L.) from an Iranian primitive accession as a new tool for rye breeding and genomics. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117:641-652.
ReferenceWilde F et al. (2008) Marker-based introduction of three quantitative-trait loci conferring resistance to Fusarium head blight into an independent elite winter wheat breeding population. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117:29-35.
ReferencePestsova EG et al. (2008) Validation and Utilisation of Rht Dwarfing Gene Specific Markers. Cereal Research Communications 36:235-246.
ReferenceVoss H-H et al. (2008) Effect of the Rht-D1 dwarfing locus on Fusarium head blight rating in three segregating populations of winter wheat. Plant Breeding 127:333-339.
ReferenceHberle J et al. (2007) Effects of Two Major Fusarium Head Blight Resistance QTL Verified in a Winter Wheat Backcross Population Crop Science 47:1823-1831.
ReferenceVarshney RK et al. (2007) Single nucleotide polymorphisms in rye (Secale cereale L.): discovery, frequency, and applications for genome mapping and diversity studies. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:1105.
ReferenceMiedaner T et al. (2006) Stacking quantitative trait loci (QTL) for Fusarium head blight resistance from non-adapted sources in an European elite spring wheat background and assessing their effects on deoxynivalenol (DON) content and disease severity. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 112:562.
ReferenceVarshney RK et al. (2005) Interspecific transferability and comparative mapping of barley EST-SSR markers in wheat, rye and rice Plant Science 168:195-202.
ReferenceSchmolke M et al. (2005) Molecular mapping of Fusarium head blight resistance in the winter wheat population Dream/Lynx Theoretical and Applied Genetics 111:747-756.
ReferenceGaneva G et al. (2005) Identification, distribution and effects on agronomic traits of the semi-dwarfing Rht alleles in Bulgarian common wheat cultivars. Euphytica 145:305-315.
ReferenceLukaszewski AJ et al. (2004) Genetic and physical mapping of homoeologous recombination points involving wheat chromosome 2B and rye chromosome 2R Genome 47:36-45.
ReferenceKhlestkina EK et al. (2004) Mapping of 99 new microsatellite-derived loci in rye (Secale cereale L.) including 39 expressed sequence tags Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:725-732.
ReferenceChebotar S et al. (2003) Molecular studies on genetic integrity of open-pollinating species rye (Secale cereale L.) after long-term genebank maintenance Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:1469-1476.
ReferenceKorzun V (2002) Use of molecular markers in cereal breeding Cellular and Molecular Biology Letters 7:811-820.
ReferenceBoyko E et al. (2002) A high-density cytogenetic map of the Aegilops tauschii genome incorporating retrotransposons and defense-related genes: insights into cereal chromosome structure and function Plant Molecular Biology 48:767-790.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (2002) Molecular mapping of major genes and quantitative trait loci determining flowering time in response to photoperiod in barley Plant Breeding 121:129-132.
ReferenceRoder MS et al. (2002) Construction and analysis of a microsatellite-based database of European wheat varieties Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:67-73.
ReferenceGupta PK et al. (2002) Genetic mapping of 66 new microsatellite (SSR) loci in bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:413-422.
ReferenceHuguet-Robert V et al. (2001) Isolation of a chromosomally engineered durum wheat line carrying the Aegilops ventricosa Pch1 gene for resistance to eyespot Genome 44:345-349.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (2001) A genetic map of rye (Secale cereale L.) combining RFLP, isozyme, protein, microsatellite and gene loci Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:709-717.
ReferenceMalyshev S et al. (2001) Inheritance and molecular mapping of a gene determining vernalisation response in the Siberian spring rye variety 'Onokhoyskaya' Cereal Research Communications 29:259-265.
ReferenceMalyshev S et al. (2001) Linkage mapping of mutant loci in rye (Secale cereale L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:70-74.
ReferenceWorland AJ et al. (2001) Allelic variation at the dwarfing gene Rht8 locus and its significance in international breeding programmes. Euphytica 119:155-159.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (2000) Genetic mapping of quantitative trait loci in rye (Secale cereale L.). Euphytica 116:203-209.
ReferenceSalina E et al. (2000) Microsatellite mapping of the induced sphaerococcoid mutation genes in Triticum aestivum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:686-689.
ReferenceHammer K et al. (2000) Microsatellite markers - a new tool for distinguishing diploid wheat species. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 47:497-505.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (2000) Molecular characterization of the genetic integrity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germplasm after long-term maintenance Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:494-497.
ReferencePestsova E et al. (2000) Microsatellite analysis of Aegilops tauschii germplasm Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:100-106.
ReferencePestsova E et al. (2000) Microsatellites confirm the authenticity of inter-varietal chromosome substitution lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:95-99.
ReferencePickering RA et al. (2000) Locating introgressions of Hordeum bulbosum chromatin within the H-vulgare genome Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:27-31.
ReferenceHammer K et al. (2000) Microsatellite markers - a new tool for distinguishing diploid wheat species Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 47:497-505.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1999) Chromosomal location and genetic mapping of the mismatch repair gene homologs MSH2, MSH3, and MSH6 in rye and wheat Genome 42:1255-1257.
ReferenceIvandic V et al. (1999) Comparative mapping of a gibberellic acid-insensitive dwarfing gene (Dwf2) on chromosome 4HS in barley Theoretical and Applied Genetics 98:728-731.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (1999) Detection of quantitative trait loci on chromosome 5R of rye (Secale cereale L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 98:1087-1090.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1999) Integration of dinucleotide microsatellites from hexaploid bread wheat into a genetic linkage map of durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 98:1202-1207.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (1999) Molecular mapping of two dwarfing genes differing in their GA response on chromosome 2H of barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99:670-675.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1999) RFLP mapping of a gene for hairy leaf sheath using a recombinant line from Hordeum vulgare L. x Hordeum bulbosum L. cross Genome 42:960-963.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1998) Genetic analysis of the dwarfing gene (Rht8) in wheat. Part I. Molecular mapping of Rht8 on the short arm of chromosome 2D of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:1104-1109.
ReferenceWorland AJ et al. (1998) The influence of photoperiod genes on the adaptability of European winter wheats. Euphytica 100:385-394.
ReferenceSchlegel R et al. (1998) Genes, marker and linkage data of rye (Secale cereale L.): 5th updated inventory. Euphytica 101:23-67.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (1998) Genetics and molecular mapping of a male fertility restoration locus (Rfg1) in rye (Secale cereale L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:99-102.
ReferenceVoylokov AV et al. (1998) Mapping of three self-fertility mutations in rye (Secale cereale L.) using RFLP, isozyme and morphological markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:147-153.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1998) A genetic linkage map of rye (Secale cereale L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:203-208.
ReferenceBorner A and Korzun V (1998) A consensus linkage map of rye (Secale cereale L.) including 374 RFLPs, 24 isozymes and 15 gene loci. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97:1279-1288.
ReferenceWorland AJ et al. (1998) Genetic analysis of the dwarfing gene Rht8 in wheat. Part II. The distribution and adaptive significance of allelic variants at the Rht8 locus of wheat as revealed by microsatellite screening. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:1110-1120.
ReferenceRoder MS et al. (1998) A microsatellite map of wheat Genetics 149:2007-2023.
ReferenceWorland A et al. (1998) The presence of the dwarfing gene Rht8 in wheat varieties of the former Yugoslavian republics as detected by a diagnostic molecular marker. Proc. 2nd Balkan Symposium on Field Crops. 51-55.
ReferenceRoeder MS et al. (1998) The physical mapping of microsatellite markers in wheat Genome 41:278-283.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1997) RFLP based mapping of three mutant loci in rye (Secale cereale L.) and their relation to homoeologous loci within the Gramineae. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95:468-473.
ReferenceBoerner A et al. (1997) Comparative molecular mapping of GA insensitive Rht loci on chromosomes 4B and 4D of common wheat ( Triticum aestivum). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95:1133-1137.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1997) Intrachromosomal mapping of genes for dwarfing (Rht12) and vernalization response (Vrn1) in wheat using RFLP and microsatellite markers. Plant Breeding 116:227-232.
ReferenceBen Amer IM et al. (1997) Genetic mapping of QTL controlling tissue-culture response on chromosome 2B of wheat ( Triticum aestivum) in relation to major genes and RFLP markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 94:1047-1052.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1997) Application of microsatellite markers to distinguish inter-varietal chromosome substitution lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Euphytica 95:149-155.
ReferenceBorner A and Korzun V (1996) Genetical studies of two barley mutants differing in their GA response Barley Genetics Newsletter 25:27-30.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1996) RFLP mapping of the dwarfing (Ddw1) and hairy peduncle (Hp) genes on chromosome 5 of rye (Secale cereale L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 92:1073-1077.
ReferenceBoerner A et al. (1996) The relationship between the dwarfing genes of wheat and rye. Euphytica 89:69-75.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1996) Chromosomal location of three wheat sequences with homology to pollen allergen encoding, DNA replication regulating, and DNA (cytosine-5)-methyltransferase genes in wheat and rye. Genome 39:1213-1215.
ReferencePlaschke J et al. (1995) Mapping the GA3-insensitive dwarfing gene ct1 on chromosome 7 in rye Plant Breeding 114:113-116.
ReferenceKorzun V et al. (1994) Construction and screening of a rye DNA library for RFLP mapping. Cereal Research Communications 22:151-157.
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