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Talbert L
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Talbert LE
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Talbert, Luther E.
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ReferenceBlake NK et al. (2019) Registration of the Triticeae-CAP Spring Wheat Nested Association Mapping Population. Journal of Plant Registration inpress.
ReferenceJordan KW et al. (2018) The genetic architecture of genome-wide recombination rate variation in allopolyploid wheat revealed by nested association mapping The Plant Journal 95:1039-1054.
ReferenceGodoy J et al. (2018) Genome-wide Association Study of Agronomic Traits in a Spring-Planted North American Elite Hard Red Spring Wheat Panel Crop Science 58:1838-1852.
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.
ReferenceHogg AC et al. (2005) Hard Wheat Milling and Bread Baking Traits Affected by the Seed-Specific Overexpression of Puroindolines Crop Science 45:871-878.
ReferenceDyck JA et al. (2004) Agronomic performance of hard red spring wheat isolines sensitive and insensitive to photoperiod Crop Science 4:1976-1981.
ReferenceGiroux MJ et al. (2000) Association of puroindoline sequence type and grain hardness in hard red spring wheat Crop Science 40:370-374.
ReferenceChee P et al. (1995) Molecular analysis of evolutionary patterns in U genome wild wheats Genome 38:290-297.
ReferenceChen H et al. (1994) Genetic diversity in hard red spring wheat based on sequence-tagged-site PCR markers Crop Science 34:1628-1632.
ReferenceTalbert L et al. (1994) Evaluation of 'sequence-tagged-site' PCR products as molecular markers in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87:789-794.
ReferenceMcLendon M et al. (1993) Variation of seed storage proteins within hard red spring wheat cultivars and effect on end-use properties Cereal Chemistry 70:607-610.
ReferenceStorlie E and Talbert L (1993) Cause of tall off-types in a semidwarf spring wheat Crop Science 33:1131-1135.
ReferenceTalbert L (1993) Molecular biology and wheat improvement Plant Breeding Reviews 11:235-274.
ReferenceTalbert L MAS Wheat. Bringing Genomics to the Wheat Fields. Disease resistance. Wheat stem sawfly.
ReferenceSherman JD et al. A PCR marker for growth habit in common wheat based on allelic variation at the VRN-A1 gene Crop Science 44:1832-1838.

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