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ReferenceBen Yehuda P et al. (2004) Leaf rust on Aegilops speltoides caused by a new forma specialis of Puccinia triticina Phytopathology 94:94-101.
ReferenceSallares R and Brown TA (2004) Phylogenetic analysis of complete 5 ' external transcribed spacers of the 18S ribosomal RNA genes of diploid Aegilops and related species (Triticeae, Poaceae) Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 51:701-712.
ReferenceKhramtsova EV and Kiseleva IS (2004) Genome-dependent factors in the development of leaf phototrophic tissues in diploid and alloploid wheat species Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 51:249-256.
ReferenceCaldwell KS et al. (2004) Sequence polymorphism in polyploid wheat and their D-genome diploid ancestor Genetics 167:941-947.
ReferenceProvan J et al. (2004) High-resolution organellar genome analysis of Triticum and Aegilops sheds new light on cytoplasm evolution in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:1182-1190.
ReferenceBultynck L and Lambers H (2004) Effects of applied gibberellic acid and paclobutrazol on leaf expansion and biomass allocation in two Aegilops species with contrasting leaf elongation rates Physiologia Plantarum 122:143-151.
ReferenceKalinowski A and Wojciechowska B (2004) Two-dimensional leaf isozyme patterns of Aegilops kotschyi x Secale cereale amphiploids Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 26:75-84.
ReferenceSnyman JE et al. (2004) Detection of adult-plant resistance to Puccinia triticina in a collection of wild Triticum species Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 51:591-597.
ReferenceRaskina O et al. (2004) Activity of the En/Spm-like transposons in meiosis as a base for chromosome repatterning in a small, isolated, peripheral population of Aegilops speltoides Tausch Chromosome Research 12:153-161.
ReferenceAssefa S and Fehrmann H (2004) Evaluation of Aegilops tauschii Coss. for resistance to wheat stem rust and inheritance of resistance genes in hexaploid wheat Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 51:663-669.
ReferenceYan Y et al. (2004) Identification and molecular characterization of a novel y-type Glu-D-t 1 glutenin gene of Aegilops tauschii Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:1349-1358.
ReferenceGu YQ et al. (2004) Rapid genome evolution revealed by comparative sequence analysis of orthologous regions from four triticeae genomes Plant Physiology 135:459-470.
ReferenceBandopadhyay R et al. (2004) DNA polymorphism among 18 species of Triticum- Aegilops complex using wheat EST-SSRs Plant Science 166:349-356.
ReferenceKong XY et al. (2004) Dynamics of the evolution of orthologous and paralogous portions of a complex locus region in two genomes of allopolyploid wheat Plant Molecular Biology 54:55-69.
ReferenceQueen RA et al. (2004) Retrotransposon-based molecular markers for linkage and genetic diversity analysis in wheat Molecular Genetics and Genomics 271:91-97.
ReferenceAdonina IG et al. (2004) The study of introgressive lines of Triticum aestivum x Aegilops speltoides by in situ and SSR analyses Plant Breeding 123:220-224.
ReferenceSingh S et al. (2004) Lr41, Lr39, and a leaf rust resistance gene from Aegilops cylindrica may be allelic and are located on wheat chromosome 2DS Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:586-591.
ReferenceLage J et al. (2004) Field evaluation of emmer wheat-derived synthetic hexaploid wheat for resistance to Russian wheat aphid (Homoptera : Aphididae) Journal of Economic Entomology 97:1065-1070.
ReferenceSasanuma T et al. (2004) Characterization of genetic variation in and phylogenetic relationships among diploid Aegilops species by AFLP: incongruity of chloroplast and nuclear data Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:612-618.
ReferenceGoryunova SV et al. (2004) Phylogenetic relationships and intraspecific variation of D-genome Aegilops L. as revealed by RAPD analysis Russian Journal of Genetics 40:515-523.
ReferenceZhang P et al. (2004) BAC-FISH in wheat identifies chromosome landmarks consisting of different types of transposable elements Chromosoma 112:288-299.
ReferenceHossain KG et al. (2004) Molecular cytogenetic characterization of an alloplasmic durum wheat line with a portion of chromosome 1D of Triticum aestivum carrying the scs(ae) gene Genome 47:206-214.
ReferenceBuchner P et al. (2004) Phylogeny and expression of paralogous and orthologous sulphate transporter genes in diploid and hexaplold wheats Genome 47:526-534.
ReferenceJenczewski E and Alix K (2004) From diploids to allopolyploids: The emergence of efficient pairing control genes in plants Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 23:21-45.
ReferenceBaum BR et al. (2004) The utility of the nontranscribed spacer of 5S rDNA units grouped into unit classes assigned to haplomes - a test on cultivated wheat and wheat progenitors Genome 47:590-599.
ReferenceSmith CM et al. (2004) Identification of Aegilops germplasm with multiple aphid resistance. Euphytica 135:265-273.
ReferenceHama E et al. (2004) Pistillody is caused by alterations to the class-B MADS-box gene expression pattern in alloplasmic wheats Planta 218:712-720.
ReferenceSee DR et al. (2004) Effect of multiple copies of puroiudoline genes on grain softness Crop Science 44:1248-1253.
ReferenceLage J et al. (2004) Resistance categories of synthetic hexaploid wheats resistant to the Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia). Euphytica 136:291-296.
ReferenceKroiss LJ et al. (2004) Marker-assessed retention of wheat chromatin in wheat (Triticum aestivum) by jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica) backcross derivatives Crop Science 44:1429-1433.
ReferenceKozub NA et al. (2003) Recombination of gliadin genes of chromosome 1D in the common wheat hybrid carrying the introgression from Aegilops cylindrica Plant Breeding 122:86-88.
ReferenceHe P et al. (2003) Allopolyploidy alters gene expression in the highly stable hexaploid wheat Plant Molecular Biology 52:401-414.
ReferenceYuan JH et al. (2003) Development of Triticum aestivum-Leymus racemosus translocation lines using gametocidal chromosomes Science in China Series C-Life Sciences 46:522-530.
ReferenceLi Z et al. (2003) The structural organisation of the gene encoding class II starch synthase of wheat and barley and the evolution of the genes encoding starch synthases in plants. Functional and Integrative Genomics 3:76-85.
ReferenceTyankova ND et al. (2003) Callus induction and organogenesis in wheat/Aegilops longissima chromosome addition lines Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 72:193-197.
ReferenceWieser H et al. (2003) Relationship between the qualitative and quantitative compositions of gluten protein types and technological properties of synthetic hexaploid wheat derived from Triticum durum and Aegilops tauschii Cereal Chemistry 80:247-251.
ReferenceCrawford DJ and Mort ME (2003) Polyploidy: some things old to go with the new Taxon 52:411-413.
ReferenceMeguro A et al. (2003) WAG, a wheat AGAMOUS homolog, is associated with development of pistil-like stamens in alloplasmic wheats Sexual Plant Reproduction 15:221-230.
ReferenceGiorgi D et al. (2003) Isolation and characterization of S genome specific sequences from Aegilops sect. sitopsis species Genome 46:478-489.
ReferenceHan FP et al. (2003) Characterization of six wheat x Thinopyrum intermedium derivatives by GISH, RFLP, and multicolor GISH Genome 46:490-495.
ReferenceEl Khlifi OK et al. (2003) Transfer of Hessian fly resistance from Moroccan Aegilops ventricosa to durum wheat Acta Botanica Gallica 150:411-419.
ReferenceRahman S et al. (2003) The sugary-type isoamylase gene from rice and Aegilops tauschii: characterization and comparison with maize and Arabidopsis Genome 46:496-506.
ReferenceMalik R et al. (2003) Genetic mapping of wheat curl mite resistance genes Cmc3 and Cmc4 in common wheat Crop Science 43:644-650.
ReferenceYan GP et al. (2003) Resistance gene-analog polymorphism markers co-segregating with the YR5 gene for resistance to wheat stripe rust Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:636-643.
ReferenceMartin-Sanchez JA et al. (2003) A new Hessian fly resistance gene (H30) transferred from the wild grass Aegilops triuncialis to hexaploid wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:1248-1255.
ReferenceYang WY et al. (2003) Inheritance and expression of stripe rust resistance in common wheat (Triticum aestivum) transferred from Aegilops tauschii and its utilization Hereditas 139:49-55.
ReferenceAryavand A et al. (2003) Stomatal frequency and size differentiate ploidy levels in Aegilops neglecta Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 50:175-182.
ReferenceEl Khlifi OK et al. (2003) Transfer of Hessian fly resistance from Aegilops squarrosa to Moroccan durum wheat Acta Botanica Gallica 150:127-135.
ReferenceGu YQ et al. (2003) Structural organization of the barley D-hordein locus in comparison with its orthologous regions of wheat genomes Genome 46:1084-1097.
ReferenceTurnbull KM et al. (2003) The organization of genes tightly linked to the Ha locus in Aegilops tauschii, the D-genome donor to wheat Genome 46:330-338.
ReferenceCheng ZJ and Murata M (2003) A centromeric tandem repeat family originating from a part of Ty3/gypsy-retroelement in wheat and its relatives Genetics 164:665-672.
ReferenceDudnikov AJ (2003) Allozymes and growth habit of Aegilops tauschii: genetic control and linkage patterns. Euphytica 129:89-97.
ReferenceMizumoto K et al. (2003) Origin, dispersal and genomic structure of a low-copy-number hypervariable RFLP clone in Triticum and Aegilops species. Genes & Genetic Systems 78:291-300.
ReferenceYan YM et al. (2003) Genetic polymorphisms at Gli-D-t gliadin loci in Aegilops tauschii as revealed by acid polyacrylamide gel and capillary electrophoresis Plant Breeding 122:120-124.
ReferencePark KC et al. (2003) A new MITE family, Pangrangja, in Gramineae species Molecules and Cells 15:373-380.
ReferenceAlberto C et al. (2003) Genetic analysis of the Aegilops longissima 3S chromosome carrying the Pm13 resistance gene. Euphytica 130:177-183.
ReferenceVanichanon A et al. (2003) Multiple origins of allopolyploid Aegilops triuncialis Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:804-810.
ReferenceWilliams KJ et al. (2003) Mapping of a QTL contributing to cereal cyst nematode tolerance and resistance in wheat Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 54:731-737.
ReferenceYan YM et al. (2003) Allelic variation of the HMW glutenin subunits in Aegilops tauschii accessions detected by sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS-PAGE), acid polyacrylamide gel (A-PAGE) and capillary electrophoresis. Euphytica 130:377-385.
ReferenceLing HQ et al. (2003) High-resolution mapping of the leaf rust disease resistance gene Lr1 in wheat and characterization of BAC clones from the Lr1 locus Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:875-882.
ReferenceHan FP et al. (2003) Rapid genomic changes in interspecific and intergeneric hybrids and allopolyploids of Triticeae Genome 46:716-723.
ReferenceFriebe B et al. (2003) Characterization of a knock-out mutation at the Gc2 locus in wheat Chromosoma 111:509-517.
ReferenceKalinowski A and Wojciechowska B (2003) Pollen and leaf proteins after 2-D electrophoresis of the Aegilops geniculata x Secale cereale hybrids, amphiploids and parental forms. Euphytica 133:201-207.
ReferenceVakhitov VA et al. (2003) The phylogeny of Triticum L. and Aegilops L. inferred from comparative analysis of nucleotide sequences in rDNA promoter regions Russian Journal of Genetics 39:1-11.
ReferenceMontes MJ et al. (2003) Biochemical and genetic studies of two Heterodera avenae resistance genes transferred from Aegilops ventricosa to wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:611-618.
ReferenceCalderini DF and Ortiz-Monasterio I (2003) Are synthetic hexaploids a means of increasing grain element concentrations in wheat? Euphytica 134:169-178.
ReferenceWang RRC et al. (2003) Development of salinity-tolerant wheat recombinant lines from a wheat disomic addition line carrying a Thinopyrum junceum chromosome International Journal of Plant Sciences 164:25-33.
ReferenceMalik R et al. (2003) Assessment of Aegilops tauschii for resistance to biotypes of wheat curl mite (Acari : Eriophyidae) Journal of Economic Entomology 96:1329-1333.
ReferenceLage J et al. (2003) Assessment of genetic diversity in synthetic hexaploid wheats and their Triticum dicoccum and Aegilops tauschii parents using AFLPs and agronomic traits. Euphytica 134:305-317.
ReferenceKitagawa K et al. (2003) Selective transcription and post-transcriptional processing of the heteroplasmic mitochondrial orf156 copies in the nucleus-cytoplasm hybrids of wheat Plant Molecular Biology 53:609-619.
ReferenceLandjeva S et al. (2003) Copper toxicity tolerance in Aegilops and Haynaldia seedlings Biologia Plantarum 46:479-480.
ReferenceAkhunov ED et al. (2003) Synteny perturbations between wheat homoeologous chromosomes caused by locus duplications and deletions correlate with recombination rates Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100:10836-10841.
ReferenceLage J et al. (2003) Expression and suppression of resistance to greenbug (Homoptera : Aphididae) in synthetic hexaploid wheats derived from Triticum dicoccum x Aegilops tauschii crosses Journal of Economic Entomology 96:202-206.
ReferenceYan YM et al. (2003) Capillary electrophoresis separation of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and related species with phosphate-based buffers Electrophoresis 24:1429-1436.
ReferenceTakumi S et al. (2003) Cold-specific and light-stimulated expression of a wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Cor gene Wcor15 encoding a chloroplast-targeted protein Journal of Experimental Botany 54:2265-2274.
ReferenceGroenewald JZ et al. (2003) Amplified fragment length polymorphism-derived microsatellite sequence linked to the Pch1 and Ep-D1 loci in common wheat Plant Breeding 122:83-85.
ReferenceTyankova ND (2003) Crossability of euploid and monosomic Triticum aestivum lines with representatives of the genera Triticum, Agropyron, Aegilops and Secale Cereal Research Communications 31:65-72.
ReferenceChen QF (2003) Improving male fertility restoration of common wheat for Triticum timopheevii cytoplasm Plant Breeding 122:401-404.
ReferenceSuzuki G et al. (2003) The starch branching enzyme I locus from Aegilops tauschii, the donor of the D genome to wheat. Functional and Integrative Genomics 3:69-75.
ReferenceNomura T et al. (2002) Molecular characterization and chromosomal localization of cytochrome P450 genes involved in the biosynthesis of cyclic hydroxamic acids in hexaploid wheat Molecular Genetics and Genomics 267:210-217.
ReferenceSheidai M et al. (2002) Chromosome pairing and B-chromosomes in some Aegilops (Poaceae) species and populations from Iran Caryologia 55:263-273.
ReferencePonitka A et al. (2002) Production of haploids and doubled haploids of the amphiploids Aegilops variabilis x Secale cereale Cereal Research Communications 30:39-45.
ReferenceKishii M and Tsujimoto H (2002) Genus-specific localization of the TaiI family of tandem-repetitive sequences in either the centromeric or subtelomeric regions in Triticeae species (Poaceae) and its evolution in wheat Genome 45:946-955.
ReferenceScherrer B et al. (2002) Two haplotypes of resistance gene analogs have been conserved during evolution at the leaf rust resistance locus Lr10 in wild and cultivated wheat. Functional and Integrative Genomics 2:40-50.
ReferenceHuang S et al. (2002) Genes encoding plastid acetyl-CoA carboxylase and 3-phosphoglycerate kinase of the Triticum/Aegilops complex and the evolutionary history of polyploid wheat Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 99:8133-8138.
ReferenceOgihara Y and Ohsawa T (2002) Molecular analysis of the complete set of length mutations found in the plastomes of Triticum-Aegilops species Genome 45:956-962.
ReferenceZeller FJ et al. (2002) Chromosomal location of genes for resistance to powdery mildew in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L. em Thell.) 7. Gene Pm29 in line Pova. Euphytica 123:187-194.
ReferenceKitagawa K et al. (2002) Evidence of paternal transmission of mitochondrial DNA in a nucleus-cytoplasm hybrid of timopheevi wheat. Genes & Genetic Systems 77:243-250.
ReferenceYan ZH et al. (2002) Identification of a novel HMW glutenin subunit and comparison of its amino acid sequence with those of homologous subunits Chinese Science Bulletin 47:220-225.
ReferenceZhang W et al. (2002) Studies on the origin and evolution of tetraploid wheats based on the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:1099-1106.
ReferenceBrooks SA et al. (2002) Analysis of 106 kb of contiguous DNA sequence from the D genome of wheat reveals high gene density and a complex arrangement of genes related to disease resistance Genome 45:963-972.
ReferenceMorrison LA et al. (2002) Jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica host) x wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) hybrids: Hybridization dynamics in oregon wheat fields Crop Science 42:1863-1872.
ReferenceMasoudi-Nejad A et al. (2002) Transfer of rye chromosome segments to wheat by a gametocidal system Chromosome Research 10:349-357.
ReferenceDhaliwal HS et al. (2002) Transfer of rust resistance from Aegilops ovata into bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and molecular characterisation of resistant derivatives. Euphytica 126:153-159.
ReferenceRaskina O et al. (2002) Repetitive DNAs of wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) and their relation to S-genome species: molecular cytogenetic analysis Genome 45:391-401.
ReferenceBadaeva ED (2002) Evaluation of phylogenetic relationships between five polyploid Aegilops L. species of the U-genome cluster by means of chromosome analysis Russian Journal of Genetics 38:664-675.
ReferenceLiu CG et al. (2002) Value and utilization of alloplasmic common wheats with Aegilops crassa cytoplasm Plant Breeding 121:407-410.
ReferenceGoncharov NP et al. (2002) Inheritance of dense spike in diploid wheat and Aegilops squarrosa Hereditas 137:96-100.
ReferenceYang J et al. (2002) Growth and senescence characteristics associated with tolerance of wheat-alien amphiploids to high temperature under controlled conditions. Euphytica 126:185-193.
ReferenceTsunewaki K et al. (2002) Plasmon analysis of Triticum (wheat) and Aegilops. 2. Characterization and classification of 47 plasmons based on their effects on common wheat phenotype. Genes & Genetic Systems 77:409-427.
ReferenceThiele A et al. (2002) Eyespot resistance in wheat x Aegilops kotschyi backcross lines Plant Breeding 121:29-35.
ReferenceGuyomarc'h H et al. (2002) Studies of the transferability of microsatellites derived from Triticum tauschii to hexaploid wheat and to diploid related species using amplification, hybridization and sequence comparisons Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:736-744.
ReferenceLillemo M et al. (2002) Analysis of puroindoline a and b sequences from Triticum aestivum cv. 'Penawawa' and related diploid taxa. Euphytica 126:321-331.
ReferenceGiorgi D et al. (2002) RFLP analysis of Aegilops species belonging to the Sitopsis section Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 49:145-151.
ReferenceRuanet VV and Badaeva ED (2002) The use of artificial neural networks for species identification of Aegilops based on analysis of D genomes Russian Journal of Genetics 38:1339-1342.
ReferenceSasanuma T et al. (2002) Genetic diversity of wheat wild relatives in the Near East detected by AFLP. Euphytica 127:81-93.
ReferenceKawahara T (2002) Morphological and isozyme variation in genebank accessionsof Aegilops umbellulata Zhuk., a wild relative of wheat Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 49:89-94.
ReferenceBoyko E et al. (2002) A high-density cytogenetic map of the Aegilops tauschii genome incorporating retrotransposons and defense-related genes: insights into cereal chromosome structure and function Plant Molecular Biology 48:767-790.
ReferenceMuranty H et al. (2002) Inheritance of resistance of wheat to eyespot at the adult stage Plant Breeding 121:536-538.
ReferenceBadaeva ED et al. (2002) Genome differentiation in Aegilops. 3. Evolution of the D-genome cluster Plant Systematics and Evolution 231:163-190.
ReferenceZhang P et al. (2002) Variation in the distribution of a genome-specific DNA sequence on chromosomes reveals evolutionary relationships in the Triticum and Aegilops complex Plant Systematics and Evolution 235:169-179.
ReferencePueyo A et al. (2002) Is the Mnr locus of Triticeae species the same as the Ndh and Dia loci? Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:513-517.
ReferenceEkmekci Y and Terzioglu S (2002) Changes in the electrophoretic pattern of soluble shoot proteins of wild and cultivated tetraploid wheats following cold acclimation and freezing Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 50:95-102.
ReferenceLevy AA and Feldman M (2002) The impact of polyploidy on grass genome evolution Plant Physiology 130:1587-1593.
ReferenceMurai K et al. (2002) Pistillody, homeotic transformation of stamens into pistil-like structures, caused by nuclear-cytoplasm interaction in wheat Plant Journal 29:169-181.
ReferenceHattori N et al. (2002) Mitochondrial DNA heteroplasmy in wheat, Aegilops and their nucleus-cytoplasm hybrids Genetics 160:1619-1630.
ReferencePritchard DJ et al. (2002) K+/Na+ discrimination in synthetic hexaploid wheat lines: Transfer of the trait for K+/Na+ discrimination from Aegilops tauschii into a Triticum turgidum background Cereal Research Communications 30:261-267.
ReferenceHegde SG et al. (2002) Genetic diversity in wild and weedy Aegilops, Amblyopyrum, and Secale species - A preliminary survey Crop Science 42:608-614.
ReferenceKashkush K et al. (2002) Gene loss, silencing and activation in a newly synthesized wheat allotetraploid Genetics 160:1651-1659.
ReferenceMurai K (2002) Comparison of two fertility restoration systems against photoperiod-sensitive cytoplasmic male sterility in wheat Plant Breeding 121:363-365.
ReferenceMizumoto K et al. (2002) Nuclear and chloroplast genome genetic diversity in the wild einkorn wheat, Triticum urartu, revealed by AFLP and SSLP analyses Hereditas 137:208-214.
ReferenceMago R et al. (2002) Identification and mapping of molecular markers linked to rust resistance genes located on chromosome 1RS of rye using wheat-rye translocation lines Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:1317-1324.
ReferenceWang ZN et al. (2002) Determination of the paternity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L) x jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica host) BC1 plants by using genomic in situ hybridization (GISH) technique Crop Science 42:939-943.
ReferenceGudu S et al. (2002) RFLP mapping of a Hordeum bulbosum gene highly expressed in pistils and its relationship to homoeologous loci in other Gramineae species Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:271-276.
ReferenceGuyomarc'h H et al. (2002) Characterisation of polymorphic microsatellite markers from Aegilops tauschii and transferability to the D-genome of bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:1164-1172.
ReferenceClua AA et al. (2002) Chromosomal effects in the endogenous contents of non-structural carbohydrates and proteins measured in wheat substitution lines Plant Breeding 121:141-145.
ReferenceHedgcoth C et al. (2002) A chimeric open reading frame associated with cytoplasmic male sterility in alloplasmic wheat with Triticum timopheevi mitochondria is present in several Triticum and Aegilops species, barley, and rye Current Genetics 41:357-365.
ReferenceIgrejas G et al. (2002) Mapping QTLs for grain hardness and puroindoline content in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:19-27.
ReferenceEl Khlifi OK et al. (2002) Introgression into Moroccan wheat of Hessian fly resistance genes from four Aegilops species Acta Botanica Gallica 149:97-110.
ReferenceMujeeb-Kazi A and De Leon JLD (2002) Conventional and alien genetic diversity for salt tolerant wheats: Focus on current status and new germplasm development Prospects for Saline Agriculture 37:69-82.
ReferenceWan Y et al. (2002) Isolation and characterization of five novel high molecular weight subunit of glutenin genes from Triticum timopheevi and Aegilops cylindrica Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:828-839.
ReferenceFarooq S (2002) Aegilops ovata: a potential gene source for improvement of salt tolerance of wheat Prospects for Saline Agriculture 37:123-130.
ReferenceHuang L and Gill BS (2001) An RGA-like marker detects all known Lr21 leaf rust resistance gene family members in Aegilops tauschii and wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:1007-1013.
ReferenceCollins N et al. (2001) Resistance gene analogs in barley and their relationship to rust resistance genes Genome 44:375-381.
ReferenceGuadagnuolo R et al. (2001) Gene flow from wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica Host.), as revealed by RAPD and microsatellite markers Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:1-8.
ReferenceOzkan H and Feldman M (2001) Genotypic variation in tetraploid wheat affecting homoeologous pairing in hybrids with Aegilops peregrina Genome 44:1000-1006.
ReferenceYang ZJ et al. (2001) Expression of nucleolus, endosperm storage proteins and disease resistance in an amphiploid between Aegilops tauschii and Secale silvestre. Euphytica 119:317-321.
ReferenceRaupp WJ et al. (2001) Cytogenetic and molecular mapping of the leaf rust resistance gene Lr39 in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:347-352.
ReferenceShindo C and Sasakuma T (2001) Early heading mutants of T-monococcum and Ae. squarrosa, A- and D-genome ancestral species of hexaploid wheat Breeding Science 51:95-98.
ReferenceBalint AF et al. (2001) Comparison of the Cu, Zn, Fe, Ca and Mg contents of the grains of wild, ancient and cultivated wheat species Cereal Research Communications 29:375-382.
ReferenceZaharieva M et al. (2001) Evaluation of a collection of wild wheat relative Aegilops geniculata Roth and identification of potential sources for useful traits. Euphytica 119:33-38.
ReferenceZhang H et al. (2001) Comparative genetic analysis of the Aegilops longissima and Ae. sharonensis genomes with common wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:518-525.
ReferenceLi WL et al. (2001) Isolation and characterization of novel cDNA clones of acidic chitinases and beta-1,3-glucanases from wheat spikes infected by Fusarium graminearum Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:353-362.
ReferenceMujeeb-Kazi A et al. (2001) Three new monosomic chromosome 5B genetic stocks of bread wheat Cereal Research Communications 29:49-55.
ReferenceFaris J et al. (2001) Chromosome mapping and phylogenetic analysis of the cytosolic acetyl-CoA carboxylase loci in wheat Molecular Biology and Evolution 18:1720-1733.
ReferenceIshii T et al. (2001) Evaluation of allelic diversity at chloroplast microsatellite loci among common wheat and its ancestral species Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:896-904.
ReferenceAllaby RG and Brown TA (2001) Network analysis provides insights into evolution of 5S rDNA arrays in Triticum and Aegilops Genetics 157:1331-1341.
ReferenceDudnikov AJ (2001) Chromosomal location of an esterase gene set (Est-10) of common wheat orthologous to Est5 of Aegilops tauschii Cereal Research Communications 29:57-60.
ReferenceOzkan H et al. (2001) Allopolyploidy-induced rapid genome evolution in the wheat (Aegilops-Triticum) group Plant Cell 13:1735-1747.
ReferenceKalinowski A et al. (2001) Pollen proteins after two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and pollen morphology of the amphiploids Aegilops kotschyi and Ae. variabilis with Secale cereale Sexual Plant Reproduction 14:153-161.
ReferenceAsakura N et al. (2001) Single nucleotide polymorphisms in an STS region linked to the Ncc-tmp1A locus are informative for characterizing the differentiation of chromosome 1A in wheat. Genes & Genetic Systems 76:295-304.
ReferenceXie RL et al. (2001) HMW glutenin subunits in multiploid Aegilops species: composition analysis and molecular cloning of coding sequences Chinese Science Bulletin 46:309-313.
ReferenceTabatabaei SMF and Maassoumi TR (2001) Triticum boeoticum ssp thaoudar 'exists' in Iran! Cereal Research Communications 29:121-126.
ReferenceShaked H et al. (2001) Sequence elimination and cytosine methylation are rapid and reproducible responses of the genome to wide hybridization and allopolyploidy in wheat Plant Cell 13:1749-1759.
Referencelas Heras JI et al. (2001) 5-azacytidine induces chromosomal breakage in the root tips of wheat carrying the cuckoo chromosome 4S(L) from Aegilops sharonensis Heredity 87:474-479.
ReferenceYasui Y et al. (2001) The Au family, a novel short interspersed element (SINE) from Aegilops umbellulata Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:463-470.
ReferenceZhang X et al. (2001) Inheritance of Septoria tritici blotch resistance in winter wheat Crop Science 41:323-326.
ReferenceSourdille P et al. (2001) Transferability of wheat microsatellites to diploid Triticeae species carrying the A, B and D genomes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:346-352.
ReferenceRodriguez-Quijano M et al. (2001) Polymorphism of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in three species of Aegilops Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 48:599-607.
ReferenceBelyayev A et al. (2001) Detection of alien chromosomes from S-genome species in the addition/substitution lines of bread wheat and visualization of A-, B- and D-genomes by GISH Hereditas 135:119-122.
ReferenceBelyayev A et al. (2001) Chromosomal distribution of reverse transcriptase-containing retroelements in two Triticeae species Chromosome Research 9:129-136.
ReferenceOhta S (2001) Variation and geographical distribution of the genotypes controlling the diagnostic spike morphology of two varieties of Aegilops caudata L. Genes & Genetic Systems 76:305-310.
ReferenceSeah S et al. (2001) The introgressed segment carrying rust resistance genes Yr17, Lr37 and Sr38 in wheat can be assayed by a cloned disease resistance gene-like sequence Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:600-605.
ReferenceTsujimoto H (2001) Production of near-isogenic lines and marked monosomic lines in common wheat (Triticum aestivum) cv. Chinese spring Journal of Heredity 92:254-259.
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