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Heredity
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HER
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0018-067X
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ReferenceAli N et al. (2016) Introgression of chromosome segments from multiple alien species in wheat breeding lines with wheat streak mosaic virus resistance. Heredity 117:114-23.
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ReferenceLi YC et al. (2003) Genetic effects on microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) at the Yehudiyya microsite, Israel Heredity 90:150-156.
ReferenceShindo C et al. (2003) Segregation analysis of heading traits in hexaploid wheat utilizing recombinant inbred lines Heredity 90:56-63.
ReferenceForsstrom PO et al. (2002) Characterisation of mildew resistant wheat-rye substitution lines and identification of an inverted chromosome by fluorescent in situ hybridisation Heredity 88:349-355.
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ReferenceTaketa S et al. (2001) Physical locations of 5S and 18S-25S rDNA in Asian and American diploid Hordeum species with the I genome Heredity 86:522-530.
ReferenceLesniewska A et al. (2001) Androgenesis from Festuca pratensis x Lolium multiflorum amphidiploid cultivars in order to select and stabilize rare gene combinations for grass breeding Heredity 86:167-176.
ReferenceLeggett JM et al. (2000) Chromosomal localization of cotransformed transgenes in the hexaploid cultivated oat Avena sativa L. using fluorescence in situ hybridization Heredity 84:46-53.
ReferenceParzies HK et al. (2000) Genetic diversity of barley landrace accessions (Hordeum vulgare ssp vulgare) conserved for different lengths of time in ex situ gene banks Heredity 84:476-486.
ReferenceIqbal N et al. (2000) The production and characterization of recombination between chromosome 3N of Aegilops uniaristata and chromosome 3A of wheat Heredity 84:487-492.
ReferenceBrunet J and Mundt CC (2000) Effects of competition on resistance gene polymorphism in a plant/pathogen system Heredity 85:393-400.
ReferenceYin XY et al. (2000) Coupling estimated effects of QTLs for physiological traits to a crop growth model: predicting yield variation among recombinant inbred lines in barley Heredity 85:539-549.
ReferenceKing IP et al. (1999) Introgression mapping in the grasses. II. Meiotic analysis of the Lolium perenne Festuca pratensis triploid hybrid. Heredity 82:107-112.
ReferenceYin X et al. (1999) The role of echophysiological models in QTL analysis: the example of specific leaf area in barley. Heredity 82:415-421.
ReferenceSanchez-Moran E et al. (1999) Simultaneous identification of A, B, D and R genomes by genomic in situ hybridization in wheat-rye derivatives Heredity 83:249-252.
ReferenceArmstead IP et al. (1999) Chromosome pairing in Lolium perenne x L. temulentum diploid hybrids: genetic and cytogenetic evaluation Heredity 83:298-303.
ReferenceZhang L et al. (1999) Direct measurement of recombination frequency in interspecific hybrids between Hordeum vulgare and H. bulbosum using genomic in situ hybridization Heredity 83:304-309.
ReferenceGhatnekar L (1999) A polymorphic duplicated locus for cytosolic PGI segregating in sheep's fescue (Festuca ovina L.) Heredity 83:451-459.
ReferenceIgartua E et al. (1999) RFLP markers associated with major genes controlling heading date evaluated in a barley germ plasm pool Heredity 83:551-559.
ReferenceBahrman N et al. (1999) Genetic diversity of old French six-rowed winter barley varieties assessed with molecular, biochemical and morphological markers and its relation to BaMMV resistance Heredity 83:568-574.
ReferenceKing IP et al. (1998) Introgression mapping in the grasses. I. Introgression of Festuca pratensis chromosomes and chromosome segments into Lolium perenne. Heredity 81:462-467.
ReferencePowell W et al. (1997) Analysis of quantitative traits in barley by the use of amplified fragment length polymorphisms. Heredity 79:48-59.
ReferenceVienne D et al. (1996) Two-dimensional electrophoresis of proteins as a source of monogenic and codominant markers for population genetics and mapping the expressed genome Heredity 76:166-177.
ReferenceBezant J et al. (1996) Marker regression mapping of QTL controlling flowering time and plant height in a spring barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cross Heredity 77:64-73.
ReferenceHanusova R et al. (1996) Suppression of powdery mildew resistance gene Pm8 in Triticum aestivum L. (common wheat) cultivars carrying wheat-rye translocation T 1BL.1RS. Heredity 77:383-387.
ReferenceJimenez M et al. (1995) Genetic control of the rate of transmission of rye B chromosomes. II. 0B X 2B crosses Heredity 74:518-523.
ReferenceHsam S et al. (1995) Transfer of Amigo wheat powdery mildew resistance gene Pm17 from T1AL.1RS to the T1BL.1RS wheat-rye translocated chromosome Heredity 74:497-501.
ReferenceVirk P et al. (1995) Use of RAPD for the study of diversity within plant germplasm collections Heredity 74:170-179.
ReferenceLutz J et al. (1995) Chromosomal location of powdery mildew resistance genes in Triticum aestivum L (common wheat) 2 Genes Pm2 and Pm19 from Aegilops squarrosa L Heredity 74:152-156.
ReferenceSantos J et al. (1995) Synaptic patterns of rye B chromosomes IV The B isochromosomes Heredity 74:100-107.
ReferenceSantos J et al. (1994) Meiosis in haploid rye: extensive synapsis and low chiasma frequency Heredity 73:580-588.
ReferencePiepho H (1994) Missing observations in the analysis of stability Heredity 72:141-145.
ReferenceBeharav A et al. (1994) Mixed model for estimating the effects of the Rht1 dwarfing allele, background genes, CCC and their interaction on culm and leaf elongation of Triticum aestivum L., spring wheat Heredity 72:237-241.
ReferenceEnnos R (1994) Estimating the relative rates of pollen and seed migration among plant populations Heredity 72:250-259.
ReferenceKing I et al. (1994) A study of the effect of a homoeologous pairing promoter on chromosome pairing in wheat/rye hybrids using genomic in situ hybridization Heredity 72:318-321.
ReferencePolanco C et al. (1994) Non-random mating in a Secale cereale L. (rye) population Heredity 72:549-556.
ReferenceLaurie DA et al. (1994) Genetic analysis of a photoperiod response gene on the short arm of chromosome 2(2H) of Hordeum vulgare (barley). Heredity 72:619-627.
ReferenceMartinez O and Curnow R (1994) Missing markers when estimating quantitative trait loci using regression mapping Heredity 73:198-206.
ReferenceBalfourier F et al. (1994) Conservation of allelic multiplicity and genotypic frequency by pooling wild populations of perennial ryegrass Heredity 73:386-396.
ReferenceGrivet L et al. (1994) Comparative genome mapping of sugar cane with other species within the Andropogoneae tribe Heredity 73:500-508.
ReferencePuolimatka M and Karp A (1993) Effect of genotype on chromosome variation in tissue culture of inbred and outbred rye Heredity 71:138-144.
ReferenceBarua UM et al. (1993) Identification of RAPD markers linked to a Rhynchosporium secalis resistance locus in barley using near-isogenic lines and bulked segregant analysis. Heredity 71:177-184.
ReferenceKing I et al. (1993) Detection of homoeologous chiasma formation in Triticum durum X Thinopyrum bessarabicum hybrids using genomic in situ hybridization Heredity 71:369-372.
ReferenceLevy AA et al. (1988) Polymorphism and genetic control of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in wild tetraploid wheat Triticum turgidum var. dicoccoides. Heredity 61:63-72.
ReferenceShewry PR et al. (1985) Chromosomal location of the structural genes for the Mr 75,000 - secalins in Secale montanum Guss.: evidence for a translocation involving chromosomes 2R and 6R in cultivated rye (Secale cereale L.). Heredity 54:381-383.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1984) An alpha-amylase gene from Aegilops ventricosa transferred to bread wheat together with a factor for eyespot resistance. Heredity 52:431-435.
ReferenceScarth R and Law CN (1983) The location of the photoperiod gene Ppd2 and an additional genetic factor for ear-emergence time on chromosome 2B of wheat. Heredity 51:607-619.
ReferenceShewry PR et al. (1983) Chromosomal location of Hor 3, a new locus governing storage proteins in barley. Heredity 50:179-189.
ReferenceSuseelan KN et al. (1982) Mapping of an alcohol dehydrogenase (Adh-A1) structural gene on chromosome 4A of durum wheat. Heredity 49:353-357.
ReferenceWorland AJ et al. (1980) The genetical analysis of an induced height mutant in wheat Heredity 45:61-71.
ReferenceMiller TE et al. (1980) Nucleolus organiser variation in wheat and rye revealed by in situ hybridisation. Heredity 45:377-382.
ReferenceSnape JW et al. (1979) The crossabilities of wheat varieties with Hordeum bulbosum. Heredity 42:291-298.
ReferenceMcVittie JA et al. (1978) The intra-chromosomal mapping of the Norin 10 and Tom Thumb genes. Heredity 40:67-70.
ReferenceShewry PR et al. (1978) Genetic analysis of hordein polypeptides from single seeds of barley. Heredity 40:463-466.
ReferenceMcIntosh RA (1978) Cytogenetical studies in wheat. X. Monosomic analysis and linkage studies involving genes for resistance to Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici in cultivar Kota. Heredity 41:71-82.
ReferenceLaw CN et al. (1978) A genetic study of day-length response in wheat. Heredity 41:185-191.
ReferenceHart GE and Langston PJ (1977) Chromosome location and evolution of isozyme structural genes in hexaploid wheat. Heredity 39:263-277.
ReferenceFlavell RB and O'Dell M (1976) Ribosomal RNA genes on homoeologous chromosomes of group 5 and 6 in hexaploid wheat. Heredity 37:377-385.
ReferenceGale MD and Marshall GA (1976) The chromosomal location of Gai1 and Rht1, genes for gibberellin insensitivity and semi-dwarfism, in a derivative of Norin 10 wheat. Heredity 37:283-289.
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ReferenceGale MD and Marshall GA (1975) The nature and genetic control of gibberellin insensitivity in dwarf wheat grain. Heredity 35:55-65.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1975) The chromosomal location of a major dwarfing gene from Norin 10 in new British semi-dwarf wheats. Heredity 35:417-421.
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