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GrainGenes Journal Report: Theoretical and Applied Genetics

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Theoretical and Applied Genetics
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ReferenceHerter CP et al. (2018) Rht24 reduces height in the winter wheat population Solitar x Bussard without adverse effects on Fusarium head blight infection. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 131:1263-1272.
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ReferenceYang P et al. (2017) Sequence diversification in recessive alleles of two host factor genes suggests adaptive selection for bymovirus resistance in cultivated barley from East Asia. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:331-344.
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ReferenceZanke CD et al. (2017) Genome-wide association mapping of resistance to eyespot disease (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides) in European winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and fine-mapping of Pch1. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:505-514.
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ReferenceZhang Y et al. (2017) The seed dormancy allele TaSdr-A1a associated with pre-harvest sprouting tolerance is mainly present in Chinese wheat landraces. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:81-89.
ReferenceLiu W et al. (2017) Genome-wide association mapping for seedling and field resistance to Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici in elite durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:649-667.
ReferenceLiu W et al. (2017) Genome-wide association mapping reveals a rich genetic architecture of stripe rust resistance loci in emmer wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccum) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:2249-2270.
ReferenceDong Z et al. (2017) Validation and characterization of a QTL for adult plant resistance to stripe rust on wheat chromosome arm 6BS (Yr78) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:2127-2137.
ReferenceSingla J et al. (2017) Characterization of Lr75: a partial, broad-spectrum leaf rust resistance gene in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:1–12.
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ReferenceRK Pasam et al. (2017) Detection and validation of genomic regions associated with resistance to rust diseases in a worldwide hexaploid wheat landrace collection using BayesR and mixed linear model approaches Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130:777-793.
ReferenceLiu J et al. (2016) Genome-wide linkage mapping of QTL for black point reaction in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2179-2190.
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ReferenceAuinger HJ et al. (2016) Model training across multiple breeding cycles significantly improves genomic prediction accuracy in rye (Secale cereale L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2043-2053.
ReferenceSchneider A et al. (2016) Production and cytomolecular identification of new wheat-perennial rye (Secale cereanum) disomic addition lines with yellow rust resistance (6R) and increased arabinoxylan and protein content (1R, 4R, 6R) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1045-1059.
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ReferenceRasheed A et al. (2016) Development and validation of KASP assays for genes underpinning key economic traits in bread wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1843-60.
ReferenceMiraghazadeh A et al. (2016) The use of SNP hybridisation arrays and cytogenetics to characterise deletions of chromosome 4B in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2151-2160.
ReferenceChen J et al. (2016) A novel QTL associated with dwarf bunt resistance in Idaho 444 winter wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2313-2322.
ReferenceLiu W et al. (2016) A set of Triticum aestivum-Aegilops speltoides Robertsonian translocation lines. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2359-2368.
ReferenceWiersma AT et al. (2016) Fine mapping of the stem rust resistance gene SrTA10187. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2369-2378.
ReferenceSimmonds J et al. (2016) A splice acceptor site mutation in TaGW2-A1 increases thousand grain weight in tetraploid and hexaploid wheat through wider and longer grains. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1099-112.
ReferenceSieber AN et al. (2016) Copy number variation of CBF-A14 at the Fr-A2 locus determines frost tolerance in winter durum wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1087-1097.
ReferenceNave M et al. (2016) QTLs for uniform grain dimensions and germination selected during wheat domestication are co-located on chromosome 4B. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1303-1315.
ReferenceZhu X et al. (2016) Toward a better understanding of the genomic region harboring Fusarium head blight resistance QTL Qfhs.ndsu-3AS in durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:31-43.
ReferenceZhang H et al. (2016) Molecular mapping and marker development for the Triticum dicoccoides-derived stripe rust resistance gene YrSM139-1B in bread wheat cv. Shaanmai 139. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:369-376.
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ReferenceKassa MT et al. (2016) Genetic mapping of SrCad and SNP marker development for marker-assisted selection of Ug99 stem rust resistance in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1373-1382.
ReferenceDracatos PM et al. (2016) Complementary resistance genes in wheat selection 'Avocet R' confer resistance to stripe rust Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:65-76.
ReferenceKippes N et al. (2016) Development and characterization of a spring hexaploid wheat line with no functional VRN2 genes. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:1417-1428.
ReferenceBoeven PHG et al. (2016) Genetic architecture of male floral traits required for hybrid wheat breeding Theoretical and Applied Genetics 129:2343-2357.
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ReferenceChen S et al. (2015) Fine mapping and characterization of Sr21, a temperature-sensitive diploid wheat resistance gene effective against the Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Ug99 race group Theoretical and Applied Genetics 128:645-656.
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ReferenceYu G et al. (2015) Identification and mapping of Sr46 from Aegilops tauschii accession CIae 25 conferring resistance to race TTKSK (Ug99) of wheat stem rust pathogen Theoretical and Applied Genetics 128:431-443.
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ReferenceLu P et al. (2015) Comparative fine mapping of the Wax 1 (W1) locus in hexaploid wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 128:1595-1603.
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ReferenceRandhawa M et al. (2014) Molecular mapping of strip rust resistance gene Yr51 in chromosome 4AL of wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 127:317-324.
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