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Abbo S
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Abbo, Shahal
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ReferenceTzarfati R et al. (2014) Novel quantitative trait loci underlying major domestication traits in tetraploid wheat. Molecular Breeding 34:1613-1628.
ReferencePeleg Z et al. (2011) Genetic analysis of wheat domestication and evolution under domestication. Journal of Experimental Botany 62:5051-5061.
ReferencePeleg Z et al. (2009) Genomic dissection of drought resistance in durum wheat x wild emmer wheat recombinant inbreed line population. Plant, Cell and Environment 32:758-779.
ReferencePeleg Z et al. (2008) Genetic structure of wild emmer wheat populations as reflected by transcribed versus anonymous SSR markers. Genome 51:187.
ReferencePeleg Z et al. (2008) Allelic diversity associated with aridity gradient in wild emmer wheat populations. Plant, Cell and Environment 31:39.
ReferenceAbbo S et al. (2006) The ripples of "The Big (agricultural) Bang": the spread of early wheat cultivation. Genome 49:861.
ReferenceAbbo S et al. (2001) Tracing the wild genetic stocks of crop plants Genome 44:309-310.
ReferenceLev-Yadun S et al. (1999) Gibberellic acid (GA) increases fibre cell differentiation and secondary cell-wall deposition in spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) culms. Plant Growth Regulation 27:161-165.
ReferenceSegal G et al. (1997) Identification of a chromosome-specific probe that maps within the Ph1 deletions in common and durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 94:968-970.
ReferenceYang TB et al. (1996) Characterization of the calmodulin gene family in wheat: structure, chromosomal location, and evolutionary aspects Molecular Genetics and Genomics 252:684-694.
ReferenceAbbo S et al. (1995) Organization of retro-element and stem-loop repeat families in the genomes and nuclei of cereals Chromosome Research 3:5-15.
ReferenceCheung W et al. (1994) A family of related sequences associated with (TTTAGGG)n repeats are located in the interstitial regions of wheat chromosomes Molecular and General Genetics 245:349-354.
ReferenceReader S et al. (1994) Direct labelling of plant chromosomes by rapid in situ hybridization Trends in Genetics 10:265-266.
ReferenceVega J et al. (1994) Chromosome painting in plants: in situ hybridization with a DNA probe from a specific microdissected chromosome arm of common wheat Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 91:12041-12045.
ReferenceAbbo S et al. (1993) Primer-mediated in situ detection of the B-hordein gene cluster on barley chromosome 1H Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 90:11821-11824.
ReferenceAbbo S et al. (1993) Primer-induced in situ hybridization to plant chromosomes Genome 36:815-817.