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ReferenceZhang H et al. (2017) A wheat COP9 subunit 5-like gene is negatively involved in host response to leaf rust. Molecular Plant Pathology 18:125-133.
ReferenceQin L et al. (2017) TaGW2, a Good Reflection of Wheat Polyploidization and Evolution. Frontiers in Plant Science 8:318.
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ReferenceChhetri M et al. (2016) Yr58: A New Stripe Rust Resistance Gene and Its Interaction with Yr46 for Enhanced Resistance. Phytopathology 106:1530-1534.
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ReferenceQuan W et al. (2013) Mapping of QTL lengthening the latent period of Puccinia striiformis in winter wheat at the tillering growth stage European Journal of Plant Pathology 136:715-727.
ReferenceChen J et al. (2012) Genome-wide identification of QTL conferring high-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) in wheat Molecular Breeding 29:791-800.
ReferenceDong CG et al. (2012) Allelic variation at the TaZds-A1 locus on wheat chromosome 2A and development of a functional marker in common wheat Journal of Integrative Agriculture 11:1067-1074.
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ReferencePrins R et al. (2011) QTL mapping of stripe, leaf and stem rust resistance genes in a Kariega x Avocet S doubled haploid wheat population Molecular Breeding 27:259-270.
ReferenceJiang QY et al. (2010) Wheat (T. aestivum) sucrose synthase 2 gene (TaSus2) active in endosperm development is associated with yield traits. Functional and Integrative Genomics 11:49-61.
ReferenceLan C et al. (2010) Identification of genomic regions controlling adult-plant stripe rust resistance in chinese landrace pingyuan 50 through bulked segregant analysis Phytopathology 100:313-318.
ReferenceBahrman N et al. (2005) Differential change in root protein patterns of two wheat varieties under high and low nitrogen nutrition levels Plant Science 168:81-87.
ReferenceRibeiro-Carvalho C et al. (2004) High levels of genetic diversity throughout the range of the Portuguese wheat landrace 'Barbela' Annals of Botany 94:699-705.
ReferenceTamas C et al. (2004) Effect of combined changes in culture medium and incubation conditions on the regeneration from immature embryos of elite varieties of winter wheat Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 79:39-44.
ReferenceWang X et al. (2004) Wheat RAN1, a nuclear small G protein, is involved in regulation of cell division in yeast Plant Science 167:1183-1190.
ReferenceHayden MJ et al. (2004) Sequence tagged microsatellites for the Xgwm533 locus provide new diagnostic markers to select for the presence of stem rust resistance gene Sr2 in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1641-1647.
ReferenceSchnurbusch T et al. (2004) Tagging and validation of a major quantitative trait locus for leaf rust resistance and leaf tip necrosis in winter wheat cultivar forno Phytopathology 94:1036-1041.
ReferenceLi W et al. (2004) Molecular characterization of HMW glutenin subunit allele 1Bx14: further insights into the evolution of Glu-B1-1 alleles in wheat and related species Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1093-1104.
ReferenceParisi G et al. (2004) Gamma carbonic anhydrases in plant mitochondria Plant Molecular Biology 55:193-207.
ReferenceHan F et al. (2004) Genomic constitution and variation in five partial amphiploids of wheat-Thinopyrum intermedium as revealed by GISH, multicolor GISH and seed storage protein analysis Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1070-1076.
ReferenceSchwarz G et al. (2004) Development and validation of a PCR-based marker assay for negative selection of the HMW glutenin allele Glu-B1-1d (Bx-6) in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1064-1069.
ReferenceAdhikari TB et al. (2004) Molecular mapping of Stb1, a potentially durable gene for resistance to septoria tritici blotch in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:944-953.
ReferenceHuang XQ et al. (2004) Advanced backcross QTL analysis in progenies derived from a cross between a German elite winter wheat variety and a synthetic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:933-943.
ReferenceXu SS et al. (2004) Seedling resistance to tan spot and stagonospora nodorum blotch in synthetic hexaploid wheats Crop Science 44:2238-2245.
ReferenceSimon MR et al. (2004) Influence of plant height and heading date on the expression of the resistance to septoria tritici bloth in near isogenic lines of wheat Crop Science 44:2078-2085.
ReferenceKimbara J et al. (2004) Characterization of the genes encoding for MAD2 homologues in wheat Chromosome Research 12:703-714.
ReferenceMorrison LA et al. (2004) Origin of the blue-aleurone gene in sebesta blue wheat genetic stocks and a protocfol for its use in apomixis screening Crop Science 44:2063-2067.
ReferenceFeng J et al. (2004) Genetics of resistance to stagonospora nodorum bloth of hexaploid wheat Crop Science 44:2043-2048.
ReferenceQi ZJ et al. (2004) A new secondary reciprocal translocation discovered in Chinese wheat. Euphytica 137:333-338.
ReferenceDyck JA et al. (2004) Agronomic performance of hard red spring wheat isolines sensitive and insensitive to photoperiod Crop Science 4:1976-1981.
ReferencePatel M et al. (2004) Optimization of culture conditions for improved plant regeneration efficiency from wheat microspore culture. Euphytica 140:197-204.
ReferenceArcalis E et al. (2004) Unexpected deposition patterns of recombinant proteins in post-endoplasmic reticulum compartments of wheat endosperm Plant Physiology 136:3457-3466.
ReferenceHassani F and Assad MT (2004) Inheritance and allelism of wheat streak mosaic virus resistance in two Iranian wheat lines. Euphytica 140:213-216.
ReferenceFowler DB and Limin AE (2004) Interactions among factors regulating phenological development and acclimation rate determine low-temperature tolerance in wheat Annals of Botany 94:717-724.
ReferenceAbdrakhamanova A et al. (2003) Is microtubule disassembly a trigger for cold acclimation? Plant and Cell Physiology 44:676-686.
ReferenceCrous PW et al. (2001) Karnal bunt of wheat newly reported from the African continent Plant Disease 85:561-2917.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (1996) Characterization of wheat-alien translocations conferring resistance to diseases and pests: current status. Euphytica 91:59-87.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (1996) Cytogenetic identification of Triticum peregrinum chromosomes added to common wheat Genome 39:272-276.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (1995) Standard karyotype of Triticum umbellulatum and the characterization of derived chromosome addition and translocation lines in common wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 90:150-156.
ReferenceHolappa LD and Walker-Simmons MK (1995) The wheat abscisic acid-responsive protein kinase mRNA, PKABA1, is up-regulated by dehydration, cold temperature, and osmotic stress. Plant Physiology 108:1203-1210.
ReferenceDubcovsky J et al. (1995) Differentiation between homoeologous chromosomes 1A of wheat and 1Am of Triticum monococcum and recognition of homology by the Ph1 locus of wheat Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 92:6645-6649.
ReferenceFriebe B and Gill BS (1994) C-band polymorphism and structural rearrangements detected in common wheat (Triticum aestivum). Euphytica 78:1-5.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (1993) Standard karyotype of Triticum longissimum and its cytogenetic relationship with T. aestivum Genome 36:731-742.
ReferenceAnderson JA et al. (1992) Development of a chromosomal arm map for wheat based on RFLP markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 83:1035-1043.
ReferenceMukai Y et al. (1992) Physical mapping of the 18S-5.8S-26S multigene family in common wheat: identification of a new locus. Chromosoma 100:71-78.
ReferenceChinoy CN et al. (1991) Chromosomal location of the genes for ferrodoxin in wheat, barley and rye. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:1-2.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1991) The chromosomal location of genes encoding NADH dehydrogenase isozymes in hexaploid wheat and related species. Genome 34:44-51.
ReferenceCox TS et al. (1991) Registration of KS87UP9, a winter wheat germplasm segregating for a dominant male sterility gene. Crop Science 31:247.
ReferenceDevos KM et al. (1991) Chromosomal location in wheat of the genes coding for the acyl carrier proteins 1 and 111. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82:3-5.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (1991) Identification of alien chromatin specifying resistance to wheat streak mosaic and greenbug in wheat germplasm by C-banding and in situ hybridization. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 81:381-389.
ReferenceMukai Y and Gill BS (1991) Detection of barley chromatin added to wheat by genomic in situ hybridization Genome 34:448-452.
ReferenceGill BS et al. (1991) Registration of KS89WGRC3 and KS89WGRC6 hession fly-resistant hard red winter wheat germplasm. Crop Science 31:245.
ReferenceHarcourt RL and Gale MD (1991) A chromosome-specific DNA sequence which reveals a high level of RFLP in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 81:397-400.
ReferenceGill BS et al. (1991) Registration of KS89WGRC7 leaf rust-resistant hard red winter wheat germplasm Crop Science 31:246.
ReferenceGill BS et al. (1991) Registration of KS89WGRC4 hard red winter wheat germplasm with resistance to Hessian fly, greenbug, and soil-borne mosaic virus Crop Science 31:246.
ReferenceAnderson OD (1991) Characterization of members of a pseudogene subfamily of the wheat alpha-gliadin storage protein genes Plant Molecular Biology 16:335-337.
ReferenceAmri A et al. (1990) Complementary action of genes for hessian fly resistance in wheat cultivar 'Seneca'. Journal of Heredity 81:224-226.
ReferenceMukai Y et al. (1990) Physical mapping of the 5S rRNA multigene family in common wheat Journal of Heredity 81:290-295.
ReferenceCarrillo JM et al. (1990) Use of recombinant inbred lines of wheat for study of associations of high- molecular-weight glutenin subunit alleles to quantitative traits. 1. Grain yield and quality prediction tests. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:321-330.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1990) Est-7, a set of genes controlling green tissue esterases in wheat and related species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:781-784.
ReferenceZhang HB and Dvorak J (1990) Isolation of repeated DNA sequences from Lophopyrum elongatum for detection of Lophopyrum chromatin in wheat genomes Genome 33:283-293.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1990) Molecular evidence on the origin of wheat chromosomes 4A and 4B Genome 33:30-39.
ReferenceMansur LM et al. (1990) Effects of 'Cheyenne' chromosomes on milling and baking quality in 'Chinese Spring' wheat in relation to glutenin and gliadin storage proteins Crop Science 30:593-602.
ReferenceMorris LD et al. (1990) Isolation of Ht genome chromosome additions from polyploid Elymus trachycaulus (StStHtHt) into common wheat (Triticum aestivum). Genome 33:16-22.
ReferencePetchey EM et al. (1990) Genetic characterisation of a homoeoallelic series of grain esterase loci, Est-6 in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:294-296.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (1990) Transfer of hessian fly resistance from 'Chaupon' rye to hexaploid wheat via a 2BS-2RL wheat rye chromosome translocation. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:385-389.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1990) RFLP mapping in wheat--progress and problems Gene manipulation in plant improvement II : 19th Stadler Genetics Symposium 353-363.
ReferencePinthus MJ and Gale MD (1990) The effects of 'gibberellin-insensitive' dwarfing alleles in wheat on grain weight and protein content Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:108-112.
ReferenceJones SS et al. (1990) Linkage relations of Gli-D1, Rg2 and Lr21 on the short arm of chromosome 1D in wheat. Genome 33:937-940.
ReferenceGilchrist DG et al. (1990) Registration of 'Tadinia' wheat. Crop Science 30:1366.
ReferenceLiu CJ et al. (1990) The genetical control of tissue specific peroxidases, Per-1, Per-2, Per-3, Per-4, and Per-5 in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79:305-313.
ReferenceAppels R and Lagudah ES (1990) Manipulation of chromosomal segments from wild wheat for the improvement of bread wheat Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 17:253-266.
ReferenceMcIntyre CL et al. (1990) New Secale cereale (rye) DNA derivatives for the detection of rye chromosome segments in wheat Genome 33:635-640.
ReferenceOard JH et al. (1989) Chimeric gene expression using maize intron in cultured cells of breadwheat Plant Cell Reports 8:156-160.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1989) The chromosomal location of a third set of malate dehydrogenase loci, Mdh-3, in wheat, barley and related species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 78:349-352.
ReferenceCapesius I and Appels R (1989) The direct measurement of ribosomal RNA gene activity in wheat-rye hybrids Genome 32:343-346.
ReferenceClarke BC et al. (1989) DNA analyses in wheat breeding Genome 32:334-339.
ReferenceSchachtman DP et al. (1989) Salt-tolerant Triticum X Lophopyrum derivatives limit the accumulation of sodium and chloride ions under saline-stress Plant, Cell and Environment 12:47-55.
ReferenceKaleikau EK et al. (1989) Control of tissue culture response in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 78:783-787.
ReferenceKam-Morgan LNW et al. (1989) DNA restriction fragment length polymorphisms: a strategy for genetic mapping of D genome of wheat. Genome 32:724-732.
ReferenceAnderson OD and Greene FC (1989) The characterization and comparative analysis of high-molecular-weight glutenin genes from genomes A and B of a hexaploid bread wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 77:689-700.
ReferencePinthus MJ et al. (1989) Effect of temperature on gibberellin (GA) responsiveness and on endogenous GA(1) content of tall and dwarf wheat genotypes Plant Physiology 90:854-859.
ReferenceLorens GF et al. (1989) Inheritance of resistance to barley yellow dwarf virus detected by northern blot analysis Crop Science 29:1076-1081.
ReferenceChao S et al. (1989) RFLP-based genetic maps of wheat homoeologous group 7 chromosomes. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 78:495-504.
ReferenceLiu CJ et al. (1989) Wsp-1, a set of genes controlling water-soluble proteins in wheat and related species. Genetical Research, Cambridge 54:173-181.
ReferenceGale MD et al. (1989) Applications of genetic markers in cytogenetic manipulation of the wheat genomes Genome 31:137-142.
ReferenceLiu CJ and Gale MD (1988) Three new marker systems, iodine binding factor (Ibf-1), malic enzyme (Mal-1) and malate dehydrogenase (Mdh-3) in wheat and related species. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 555-560.
ReferenceChao S et al. (1988) A linkage map of wheat group 7 chromosomes using RFLP markers. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 493-498.
ReferenceMay CE and Appels R (1988) Allelism of the nucleolus organiser regions of hexaploid wheat. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 577-583.
ReferenceDePace C et al. (1988) Biochemical markers in Triticum x Dasypyrum amphiploids and derived disomic addition lines. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 503-510.
ReferenceHalford NG et al. (1988) The structure and expression of genes encoding the high molecular weight (HMW) subunits of wheat glutenin Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 745-750.
ReferenceGill BS and Sears RG (1988) The current status of chromosome analysis in wheat Chromosome structure and function : impact on new concepts 299-321.
ReferenceDe Pace C et al. (1988) Biochemical versatility of amphiploids derived from crossing Dasypyrum villosum Candargy and wheat: genetic control and phenotypical aspects. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 76:513-529.
ReferenceGreene FC et al. (1988) Analysis of possible quality-related sequence variations in the 1D glutenin high molecular weight subunit genes of wheat Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 735-740.
ReferenceKota RS and Dvorak J (1988) Genomic instability in wheat induced by chromosome 6Bs of Triticum speltoides Genetics 120:1085-1094.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1988) Isolation, characterization and applications of a set of 14 RFLP probes identifying each homoeologous chromosome arm in the Triticeae. Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 639-646.
ReferenceGill BS et al. (1988) Toward a cytogenetic and molecular description of wheat chromosomes Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 477-481.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1988) Isozyme variation and RFLPS at the beta-amylase loci in wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 76:691-699.
ReferenceGale MD and Sharp PJ (1988) Genetic markers in wheat--developments and prospects Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 469-475.
ReferenceRayburn AL and Gill BS (1988) Repeated DNA sequences in Triticum (Poaceae): chromosomal mapping and its bearing on the evolution of B and G genomes Plant Systematics and Evolution 159:229-235.
ReferenceSharp PJ et al. (1988) Location of beta-amylase sequences in wheat and its relatives. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 75:286-290.
ReferenceDvorak J (1988) Cytogenetical and molecular inferences about the evolution of wheat Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 187-192.
ReferenceXin ZY et al. (1988) Characterization of a potential source of barley yellow dwarf virus resistance for wheat Genome 30:250-257.
ReferenceGill KS et al. (1988) Triticum araraticum chromosome substitutions in common wheat, Triticum aestivum cv. Wichita Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 87-92.
ReferenceLapitan NLV et al. (1988) Amplification of repeated DNA sequences in wheat X rye hybrids regenerated from tissue culture Theoretical and Applied Genetics 75:381-388.
ReferenceAnderson OD et al. (1988) Structure and analysis of the high molecular weight glutenin genes from Triticum aestivum L. cv Cheyenne Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 699-704.
ReferenceGill BS et al. (1988) Registration of KS86WGRC02 leaf rust resistant hard red winter wheat germplasm Crop Science 28:207.
ReferenceLassner M et al. (1987) Hypervariation associated with a 12-nucleotide direct repeat and inferences on intergenomic homogenization of ribosomal RNA gene spacers based on the DNA sequence of a clone from the wheat Nor-D3 locus Genome 29:770-781.
ReferenceAinsworth CC and Gale MD (1987) Enzyme structural genes and their exploitation in wheat genetics and breeding 53-82.
ReferenceGill BS (1987) Chromosome banding methods, standard chromosome band nomenclature, and applications in cytogenetic analysis 243-254.
ReferenceHalford NG et al. (1987) The nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences of an HMW glutenin subunit gene from chromosome 1B of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and comparison with those of genes from chromosomes 1A and 1D Theoretical and Applied Genetics 75:117-126.
ReferenceAppels R and Honeycutt RL (1986) rDNA: evolution over a billion years 2:81-135.