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GrainGenes Author Report: Wise RP

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Wise RP
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Wise R
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Wise, Roger P.
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ReferenceBlake VC et al. (2012) The Hordeum Toolbox: The Barley Coordinated Agricultural Project Genotype and Phenotype Resource The Plant Genome 5:81-91.
ReferenceSchreiber AW et al. (2009) Comparative transcriptomics in the Triticeae. BMC Genomics 10:285.
ReferenceHu P et al. (2009) Functional contribution of chorismate synthase, anthranilate synthase, and chorismate mutase to penetration resistance in barley-powdery mildew interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 22:311-320.
ReferenceKronmiller BA and Wise RP (2008) TEnest: automated chronological annotation and visualization of nested plant transposable elements. Plant Physiology 146:45.
ReferenceHu P and Wise RP (2008) Diversification of Lrk/Tak kinase gene clusters is associated with subfunctionalization and cultivar-specific transcript accumulation in barley. Functional and Integrative Genomics 8:199-209.
ReferenceDruka A et al. (2008) Towards systems genetic analyses in barley: Integration of phenotypic, expression and genotype data into GeneNetwork. BMC Genetics 9:73.
ReferenceDruka A et al. (2008) Exploiting regulatory variation to identify genes underlying quantitative resistance to the wheat stem rust pathogen Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117:261-272.
ReferenceClose TJ et al. (2004) A new resource for cereal genomics: 22K barley GeneChip comes of age Plant Physiology 134:960-968.
ReferenceHalterman DA and Wise RP (2004) A single-amino acid substitution in the sixth leucine-rich repeat of barley MLA6 and MLA13 alleviates dependence on RAR1 for disease resistance signaling Plant Journal 38:215-226.
ReferenceCaldo RA et al. (2004) Interaction-dependent gene expression in Mla-specified response to barley powdery mildew Plant Cell 16:2514-2528.
ReferenceHalterman DA et al. (2003) Powdery mildew-induced Mla mRNAs are alternatively spliced and contain multiple upstream open reading frames Plant Physiology 131:558-567.
ReferenceWei FS et al. (2002) Genome dynamics and evolution of the Mla (powdery mildew) resistance locus in barley Plant Cell 14:1903-1917.
ReferenceHalterman D et al. (2001) The MLA6 coiled-coil, NBS-LRR protein confers AvrMla6-dependent resistance specificity to Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei in barley and wheat The Plant Journal 25:335-348.
ReferenceYu GX et al. (2001) Rds and Rih mediate hypersensitive cell death independent of gene-for-gene resistance to the oat crown rust pathogen Puccinia coronata f. sp avenae Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 14:1376-1383.
ReferenceYu Y et al. (2000) A bacterial artificial chromosome library for barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and the identification of clones containing putative resistance genes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:1093-1099.
ReferenceYu GX and Wise RP (2000) An anchored AFLP- and retrotransposon-based map of diploid Avena Genome 43:736-749.
ReferenceGobelman-Werner KS and Wise RP (2000) RAPD-derived markers flanking the Mla resistance gene cluster in barley Journal of Agricultural Genomics 5:3.
ReferenceWise RP (2000) Disease resistance: What's brewing in barley genomics Plant Disease 84:1160-1170.
ReferenceWei FS et al. (1999) The Mla (powdery mildew) resistance cluster is associated with three NBS-LRR gene families and suppressed recombination within a 240-kb DNA interval on chromosome 5S (1HS) of barley Genetics 153:1929-1948.
ReferenceBush AL and Wise RP (1998) High resolution mapping adjacent to the Pc71 crown-rust resistance locus in hexaploid oat. Molecular Breeding 4:13-21.
ReferenceDeScenzo RD and Wise RP (1996) Variation in the ratio of physical to genetic distance in intervals adjacent to the Mla locus on barley chromosome 1H. Molecular and General Genetics 251:472-482.
ReferenceBush AL and Wise RP (1996) Crown rust resistance loci on linkage groups 4 and 13 in cultivated oat. Journal of Heredity 87:427-432.
ReferenceRayapati PJ et al. (1994) A linkage map of diploid Avena based on RFLP loci and a locus conferring resistance to nine isolates of Puccinia coronata var. 'avenae' Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89:831-837.
ReferenceBush AL et al. (1994) Restriction fragment length polymorphisms linked to genes for resistance to crown rust (Puccinia coronata) in near-isogenic lines of hexaploid oat (Avena sativa) Genome 37:823-831.
ReferenceDeScenzo RA et al. (1994) High resolution mapping of the Hor1/Mla/Hor2 region on chromosome 5S in barley. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 7:657-666.
ReferenceMahadevappa M et al. (1994) Recombination of alleles conferring specific resistance to powdery mildew at the Mla locus in barley. Genome 37:460-468.
ReferenceWise RP et al. (1990) Nucleotide sequence of the bronze-1 homologous gene from Hordeum vulgare. Plant Molecular Biology 14:277-280.
ReferenceWise RP and Ellingboe AH (1983) Infection kinetics of Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei on barley with different alleles at the Ml-a locus Phytopathology 73:1220-1222.
ReferenceAbebe T et al. Comparative Transcriptional Profiling Established the Awn as the Major Photosynthetic Organ of the Barley Spike While the Lemma and the Palea Primarily Protect the Seed The Plant Genome 2:247-259.
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Crown rust genes, diploid vs. hexaploid oat
Crown rust resistance markers
Pc71 region of oat

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