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GrainGenes Author Report: Wight CP

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Wight CP
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Wight, Charlene
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ReferenceKebede AZ et al. (2020) Mapping of the stem rust resistance gene Pg13 in cultivated oat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 133:259-270.
ReferenceBlake VC et al. (2019) GrainGenes: centralized small grain resources and digital platform for geneticists and breeders Database 18.
ReferenceSunstrum FG et al. (2019) A genetic linkage map in southern-by-spring oat identifies multiple quantitative trait loci for adaptation and rust resistance Plant Breeding 138:82-94.
ReferenceZhao J et al. (2018) Genetic mapping and a new PCR-based marker linked to a dwarfing gene in oat (Avena sativa L.) Genome 61:497-503.
ReferenceBekele WA et al. (2018) Haplotype based genotyping-by-sequencing in oat genome research Plant Biotechnology Journal.
ReferenceYan H et al. (2016) High-density marker profiling confirms ancestral genomes of Avena species and identifies D-genome chromosomes of hexaploid oat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2133-2149.
ReferenceEsvelt Klos K et al. (2016) Population Genomics Related to Adaptation in Elite Oat Germplasm The Plant Genome 9.
ReferenceChaffin AS et al. (2016) A Consensus Map in Cultivated Hexaploid Oat Reveals Conserved Grass Synteny with Substantial Subgenome Rearrangement The Plant Genome 9.
ReferenceOliver RE et al. (2013) SNP discovery and chromosome anchoring provide the first physically-anchored hexaploid oat map and reveal synteny with model species. PLoS ONE 8:e58068.
ReferenceHizbai BT et al. (2012) Quantitative trait loci affecting oil content, oil composition, and other agronomically important traits in oat. The Plant Genome 5:164-175.
ReferenceWight CP et al. (2010) A set of new simple sequence repeat and avenin DNA markers suitable for mapping and fingerprinting studies in oat (Avena spp.) Crop Science 50:1207-1218.
ReferenceTinker NA et al. (2009) New DArT markers for oat provide enhanced map coverage and global germplasm characterization BMC Genomics 10.
ReferenceWight CP et al. (2006) Identification of molecular markers for aluminium tolerance in diploid oat through comparative mapping and QTL analysis. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 112:222-231.
ReferenceLocatelli AB et al. (2006) Loci affecting flowering time in oat under short-day conditions. Genome 49:1528.
ReferenceWight CP et al. (2004) Discovery, localization, and sequence characterization of molecular markers for the crown rust resistance genes Pc38, Pc39, and Pc48 in cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.) Molecular Breeding 14:349-361.
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.
ReferenceWight CP et al. (2004) Discovery, localization, and sequence characterization of molecular markers for the crown rust resistance genes Pc38, Pc39, and Pc48 in cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.) Molecular Breeding 14:349-361.
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.
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.
ReferenceO'Donoughue LS et al. (1996) Localization of stem rust resistance genes and associated molecular markers in cultivated oat. Phytopathology 86:719-727.
ReferencePenner GA et al. (1993) Identification of an RAPD marker for the crown rust resistance gene Pc68 in oats. Genome 36:818-820.
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