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ReferenceLeonard KJ et al. (2005) Virulence associations in oat crown rust Phytopathology 95:53-61.
ReferenceCaglarirmak N et al. (2004) Prediction of the quality of some Turkish wheat genotypes by electrophoretic separation of protein fractions Journal of Food Quality 27:73-82.
ReferenceTao D et al. (2004) Inheritance and mapping of male sterility restoration gene in upland japonica restorer lines. Euphytica 138:247-254.
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.
ReferenceLe Gouis J et al. (2004) rym15 from the Japanese cultivar Chikurin Ibaraki 1 is a new barley mild mosaic virus (BaMMV) resistance gene mapped on chromosome 6H Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:1521-1525.
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.
ReferenceXia XC et al. (2004) Genetic diversity among CIMMYT maize inbred lines investigated with SSR markers. I. Lowland tropical maize Crop Science 44:2230-2237.
ReferenceXu Y et al. (2004) A marker-based approach to broadening the genetic base of rice in the USA Crop Science 4:1947-1959.
ReferenceMartinez Md et al. (2004) New B low Mr glutenin subunit alleles at the Glu-A3, Glu-B2 and Glu-B3 loci and their relationship with gluten strength in durum wheat Journal of Cereal Science 40:101-107.
ReferenceUchimura Y et al. (2004) Relationships between coefficient of parentage and genetic distance based on DNA polymorphism in barley cultivars Japanese Journal of Crop Science 73:410-415.
ReferenceYan B and Ren Z (2004) Limiting factors of wheat quality improvement in Southwest China Scientia Agricultura Sinica 37:1414-1421.
ReferenceWang H et al. (2004) Allelic variation and genetic diversity at HMW glutenin subunits loci in Yunnan, Tibetan and Xinjiang wheat Agricultural Sciences in China 3:721-727.
ReferenceSoleimani VD et al. (2003) Efficient validation of single nucleotide polymorphisms in plants by allele-specific PCR, with an example from barley Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 21:281-288.
ReferenceHuang XQ et al. (2003) Advanced backcross QTL analysis for the identification of quantitative trait loci alleles from wild relatives of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:1379-1389.
ReferenceSingrun C et al. (2003) Powdery mildew resistance gene Pm22 in cultivar Virest is a member of the complex Pm1 locus in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L. em Thell.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:1420-1424.
ReferenceWerner K et al. (2003) Dissection of resistance to soil-borne yellow-mosaic-inducing viruses of barley (BaMMV, BaYMV, BaYMV-2) in a complex breeders' cross by means of SSRs and simultaneous mapping of BaYMV/BaYMV-2 resistance of var. Chikurin Ibaraki 1' Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:1425-1432.
ReferenceGupta PK et al. (2002) Polymorphism at rDNA loci in barley and its relation with climatic variables Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:473-481.
ReferenceCampbell GF et al. (2002) Evidence of recombination between net- and spot-type populations of Pyrenophora teres as determined by RAPD analysis Mycological Research 106:602-608.
ReferenceWhitechurch EM and Slafer GA (2002) Contrasting Ppd alleles in wheat: effects on sensitivity to photoperiod in different phases Field Crops Research 73:95-105.
ReferenceFraaije BA et al. (2002) Following the dynamics of strobilurin resistance in Blumeria graminis f.sp tritici using quantitative allele-specific real-time PCR measurements with the fluorescent dye SYBR Green I Plant Pathology 51:45-54.
ReferenceBrites C and Carrillo JM (2001) Influence of high molecular weight (HMW) and low molecular weight (LMW) glutenin subunits controlled by Glu-1 and Glu-3 loci on durum wheat quality Cereal Chemistry 78:59-63.
ReferenceLafferty J and Lelley T (2001) Introduction of high molecular weight glutenin subunits 5+10 for the improvement of the bread-making quality of hexaploid triticale Plant Breeding 120:33-37.
ReferenceKato K et al. (2001) Detection of loci controlling seed dormancy on group 4 chromosomes of wheat and comparative mapping with rice and barley genomes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:980-985.
ReferenceLi X et al. (2001) A fast neutron deletion mutagenesis-based reverse genetics system for plants Plant Journal 27:235-242.
ReferenceEagles HA et al. (2001) Implementation of markers in Australian wheat breeding Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52:1349-1356.
ReferenceDe Bustos A et al. (2001) Marker assisted selection to improve HMW-glutenins in wheat. Euphytica 119:69-73.
ReferenceLin JZ et al. (2001) Heterogeneous geographic patterns of nucleotide sequence diversity between two alcohol dehydrogenase genes in wild barley (Hordeum vulgare subspecies spontaneum) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 98:531-536.
ReferenceWilson BK et al. (2001) Isozyme variation and its environmental correlates in Elymus glaucus from the California Floristic Province Canadian Journal of Botany 79:139-153.
ReferenceLuo C et al. (2001) Comparison of low- and high molecular-weight wheat glutenin allele effects on flour quality Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:1088-1098.
ReferenceLimin AE and Fowler DB (2001) Inheritance of cell size in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and its relationship to the vernalization loci Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:277-281.
ReferenceOgbonnaya FC et al. (2001) Diagnostic DNA markers for cereal cyst nematode resistance in bread wheat Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52:1367-1374.
ReferenceCharmet G et al. (2001) Marker assisted recurrent selection for cumulating QTLs for bread-making related traits. Euphytica 119:89-93.
ReferenceHsam SLK et al. (2001) Chromosomal location of genes for resistance to powdery mildew in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L. em Thell.) 6. Alleles at the Pm5 locus Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:127-133.
ReferenceLiu F et al. (2001) Distribution of allozymic alleles and genetic diversity in the American Barley Core Collection Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:606-615.
Referencedel Blanco IA et al. (2001) Agronomic potential of synthetic hexaploid wheat-derived populations Crop Science 41:670-676.
ReferenceMcLauchlan A et al. (2001) Development of robust PCR-based DNA markers for each homoeo-allele of granule-bound starch synthase and their application in wheat breeding programs Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52:1409-1416.
ReferenceNakamura H (2001) Genetic diversity of high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions in landraces of hexaploid wheat from Japan. Euphytica 120:227-234.
ReferenceBertin P et al. (2001) Genetic diversity among European cultivated spelt revealed by microsatellites Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:148-156.
ReferenceVolis S et al. (2001) Allozyme variation in Turkmenian populations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum Koch Annals of Botany 87:435-446.
ReferenceObukhova LV et al. (2001) Role of prolamins in BMQ of wheat substitution lines raised from cultivars contrasting in this quality Cereal Research Communications 29:189-196.
ReferenceLukaszewski AJ (2001) Breeding behavior of the cytogenetically engineered wheat-rye translocation chromosomes 1RS.1BL Crop Science 41:1062-1065.
ReferenceOzkan H and Feldman M (2001) Genotypic variation in tetraploid wheat affecting homoeologous pairing in hybrids with Aegilops peregrina Genome 44:1000-1006.
ReferenceNawrot M et al. (2001) Barley mutants with increased tolerance to aluminium toxicity. Euphytica 120:345-356.
ReferenceHalterman D et al. (2001) The MLA6 coiled-coil, NBS-LRR protein confers AvrMla6-dependent resistance specificity to Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei in barley and wheat The Plant Journal 25:335-348.
ReferenceOvesna J et al. (2001) Variability of storage proteins in some Czech landraces, modern and obsolete cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Rostlinna Vyroba 47:82-90.
ReferenceJaroslava O et al. (2001) Characterisation of variability at Glu-3 loci in some European wheat obsolete cultivars and landraces using PCR Cereal Research Communications 29:205-213.
ReferenceMartin P et al. (2001) Interaction between allelic variation at the Glu-D1 locus and a 1BL.1RS translocation on flour quality in bread wheat Crop Science 41:1080-1084.
ReferenceFridborg I et al. (2001) The Arabidopsis protein SHI represses gibberellin responses in Arabidopsis and barley Plant Physiology 127:937-948.
ReferenceTakahashi H et al. (2001) Mapping genes for deep-seeding tolerance in barley. Euphytica 122:37-43.
Referencevon Buren M (2001) Polymorphisms in two homeologous gamma-gliadin genes and the evolution of cultivated wheat Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 48:205-220.
ReferenceMorris CF et al. (2001) Identification and characterization of near-isogenic hard and soft hexaploid wheats Crop Science 41:211-217.
ReferenceDe Koeyer DL et al. (2001) Allelic shifts and quantitative trait loci in a recurrent selection population of oat Crop Science 41:1228-1234.
ReferencePomortsev AA et al. (2001) Distribution of the allelic variants of three hordein-coding loci of spring barley in Russia Russian Journal of Genetics 37:1279-1285.
ReferenceChen QF (2001) Inheritance of disarticulation derived from some hexaploid brittle rachis wheat Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 48:21-25.
ReferenceMorris CF et al. (2001) Prevalence of puroindoline grain hardness genotypes among historically significant North American spring and winter wheats Crop Science 41:218-228.
ReferenceCampbell KG et al. (2001) Quantitative trait loci associated with milling and baking quality in a soft x hard wheat cross Crop Science 41:1275-1285.
ReferenceMorris CF and Konzak CF (2001) Registration of hard and soft homozygous waxy wheat germplasm Crop Science 41:934-935.
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.
ReferenceMarquez-Cedillo LA et al. (2001) QTL analysis of agronomic traits in barley based on the doubled haploid progeny of two elite North American varieties representing different germplasm groups Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:625-637.
ReferenceKonishi T (2001) Genetic diversity in Hordeum agriocrithon E.Aberg, six-rowed barley with brittle rachis, from Tibet Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 48:27-34.
ReferenceSun GL et al. (2001) Genetic diversity and structure in a natural Elymus caninus population from Denmark based on microsatellite and isozyme analyses Plant Systematics and Evolution 227:235-244.
ReferenceJaradat AA (2001) Spatial and temporal genetic structure of wild emmer wheat in Jordan. II. High-molecular-weight glutenins and allozymes Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 49:65-76.
ReferenceMing R et al. (2001) QTL analysis in a complex autopolyploid: Genetic control of sugar content in sugarcane Genome Research 11:2075-2084.
ReferenceLadizinsky G and Genizi A (2001) Could early gene flow have created similar allozyme-gene frequencies in cultivated and wild barley? Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 48:101-104.
ReferenceMeksem K et al. (2001) Conversion of AFLP bands into high-throughput DNA markers Molecular Genetics and Genomics 265:207-214.
ReferenceGuttieri MJ et al. (2001) Solvent retention capacities of irrigated soft white spring wheat flours Crop Science 41:1054-1061.
ReferenceMohler V et al. (2001) An STS marker distinguishing the rye-derived powdery mildew resistance alleles at the Pm8/Pm17 locus of common wheat Plant Breeding 120:448-450.
ReferenceDe Pace C et al. (2001) Introgression of Dasypyrum villosum chromatin into common wheat improves grain protein quality. Euphytica 117:67-75.
ReferenceRaboy V et al. (2001) Genetics and breeding of seed phosphorus and phytic acid Journal of Plant Physiology 158:489-497.
ReferenceGallagher LW and Moktar LB (2001) Inheritance of heading time in spring barley evaluated in multiple environments Plant Breeding 120:209-215.
ReferenceLukaszewski AJ (2001) Breeding behavior of the cytogenetically engineered wheat-rye translocation chromosomes 1RS.1BL Crop Science 41:1062-1065.
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (2001) Deficiency of individual high molecular weight glutenin subunits affords flexibility in breeding strategies for bread-making quality in wheat Triticum aestivum L. Euphytica 117:99-109.
ReferencePfluger LA et al. (2001) Variation in the HMW and LMW glutenin subunits from Spanish accessions of emmer wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp dicoccum Schrank) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:767-772.
ReferenceKibite S (2001) Registration of seven pairs of oat near-isogenic lines, dwarf vs. tall Crop Science 41:277-278.
ReferenceWorland AJ et al. (2001) Allelic variation at the dwarfing gene Rht8 locus and its significance in international breeding programmes. Euphytica 119:155-159.
ReferenceFox SL et al. (2001) Assignment of RFLP linkage groups to chromosomes using monosomic F-1 analysis in hexaploid oat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:320-326.
ReferenceKota R et al. (2001) Application of denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography for mapping of single nucleotide polymorphisms in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Genome 44:523-528.
ReferenceAyres DR and Strong DR (2001) Origin and genetic diversity of Spartina anglica (Poaceae) using nuclear DNA markers American Journal of Botany 88:1863-1867.
ReferenceValkoun JJ (2001) Wheat pre-breeding using wild progenitors. Euphytica 119:17-23.
ReferenceJones ES et al. (2001) Development and characterisation of simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers for perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:405-415.
ReferenceShariflou MR et al. (2001) A PCR-based DNA marker for detection of mutant and normal alleles of the Wx-D1 gene of wheat Plant Breeding 120:121-124.
ReferenceShen L et al. (2001) Evaluation of near-isogenic lines of rice introgressed with QTLs for root depth through marker-aided selection Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:75-83.
ReferenceZhan J et al. (2001) Using restriction fragment length polymorphisms to assess temporal variation and estimate the number of ascospores that initiate epidemics in field populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola Phytopathology 91:1011-1017.
ReferenceKosner J and Pankova K (2001) The effect of the homoeologous group 5 chromosomes with different vrn loci on growth phases and quantitative characters of wheat. Euphytica 119:289-299.
ReferenceCosta JM et al. (2001) Molecular mapping of the Oregon Wolfe Barleys: a phenotypically polymorphic doubled-haploid population Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:415-424.
ReferencePartridge MAK et al. (2001) Two-site sandwich ELISA for discriminating different Gli-1 (gliadin)/Glu-3 (LMW-glutenin subunit) alleles in hexaploid wheat Cereal Chemistry 78:294-302.
ReferenceCaballero L et al. (2001) Allelic variation of the HMW glutenin subunits in Spanish accessions of spelt wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp spelta L. em. Thell.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:124-128.
ReferenceChebotar SV et al. (2001) Allele distribution at locus WMS261 marking the dwarfing gene Rht8 in common wheat cultivars of southern Ukraine Russian Journal of Genetics 37:894-898.
ReferenceCzembor JH (2001) Sources of resistance to powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp hordei) in Moroccan barley land races Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 23:260-269.
ReferenceTorp AM et al. (2001) Chromosomal regions associated with green plant regeneration in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) anther culture. Euphytica 119:377-387.
ReferenceLuo ZW et al. (2001) Construction of a genetic linkage map in tetraploid species using molecular markers Genetics 157:1369-1385.
ReferenceLi YC et al. (2001) Spatiotemporal allozyme divergence caused by aridity stress in a natural population of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, at the Ammiad microsite, Israel Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:853-864.
ReferenceKnott DR (2001) Anomalous segregations at the Sr6 locus for stem rust resistance in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:171-177.
ReferenceCornish GB et al. (2001) Grain proteins as markers of genetic traits in wheat Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52:1161-1171.
ReferenceHu ZM et al. (2001) Selection response for molecular markers associated with anthocyanin coloration and low-temperature growth traits in crested wheatgrasses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 81:665-671.
ReferenceEujayl I et al. (2001) Assessment of genotypic variation among cultivated durum wheat based on EST-SSRS and genomic SSRS. Euphytica 119:39-43.
ReferenceGuedes-Pinto H et al. (2001) Genetic control of crossability of triticale with rye Plant Breeding 120:27-31.
ReferenceSato K et al. (2001) QTL analysis of resistance to the rice blast pathogen in barley (Hordeum vulgare) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:916-920.
ReferenceKaneko T et al. (2001) QTL mapping for enzyme activity and thermostability of beta-amylase in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Breeding Science 51:99-105.
ReferenceCornish GB et al. (2001) Flour proteins linked to quality traits in an Australian doubled-haploid wheat population Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52:1339-1348.
ReferenceBranlard G et al. (2001) Genetic diversity of wheat storage proteins and bread wheat quality. Euphytica 119:59-67.
ReferenceBorner A et al. (2000) Molecular characterization of the genetic integrity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germplasm after long-term maintenance Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:494-497.
ReferenceHelguera M et al. (2000) Development of PCR markers for the wheat leaf rust resistance gene Lr47 Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:1137-1143.
ReferenceSasek A et al. (2000) Frost-hardiness prediction of common wheat using gliadin genetic markers Rostlinna Vyroba 46:245-254.
ReferenceSun GL et al. (2000) Genetic diversity in Elymus caninus as revealed by isozyme, RAPD, and microsatellite markers Genome 42:420-431.
ReferenceKato K et al. (2000) Mapping QTLs controlling grain yield and its components on chromosome 5A of wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:1114-1121.
ReferenceLyngkjaer MF and Carver TLW (2000) Conditioning of cellular defence responses to powdery mildew in cereal leaves by prior attack Molecular Plant Pathology 1:41-49.
ReferenceNakamura H (2000) Allelic variation at high-molecular weight glutenin subunit loci, Glu-A1, Glu-B1 and Glu-D1, in Japanese and Chinese hexaploid wheats. Euphytica 112:187-193.
ReferenceBuren Mv et al. (2000) A spelt-specific gamma-gliadin gene: discovery and detection Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:271-279.
ReferenceIshii T and McCouch SR (2000) Microsatellites and microsynteny in the chloroplast genomes of Oryza and eight other Gramineae species Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:1257-1266.
ReferenceNakazaki T et al. (2000) Abundant polymorphism in the flanking regions of two loci for basic PR-1 proteins as markers for indica-japonica differentiation in rice (Oryza sativa L.) Breeding Science 50:173-181.
ReferenceStoddard FL (2000) Genetics of wheat starch B-granule content. Euphytica 112:23-31.
ReferenceLi CD et al. (2000) The development of oat microsatellite markers and their use in identifying relationships among Avena species and oat cultivars Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:1259-1268.
ReferenceGalili S et al. (2000) RFLP-based analysis of three RbcS subfamilies in diploid and polyploid species of wheat Molecular and General Genetics 263:674-680.
ReferenceSweeney P and Danneberger K (2000) Inheritance of restriction amplification fragment length polymorphisms in perennial ryegrass Crop Science 40:1126-1129.
ReferenceSingh RP et al. (2000) Mapping Yr28 and Other Genes for Resistance to Stripe Rust in Wheat Crop Science 40:1148-1155.
ReferenceBuck-Sorlin GH and Bachmann K (2000) Simulating the morphology of barley spike phenotypes using genotype information Agronomie 20:691-702.
ReferenceSingh S et al. (2000) Distribution and allelic expressivity of genes for hybrid necrosis in some elite winter and spring wheat ecotypes. Euphytica 112:95-100.
ReferenceLuo MC et al. (2000) The Q locus of Iranian and European spelt wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:602-606.
ReferenceNakamura H (2000) The association between high molecular weight glutenin subunit compositions and the bread-making quality of Chinese and Japanese hexaploid wheats Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 51:371-375.
ReferenceLelley T et al. (2000) Analysis of relationships between Aegilops tauschii and the D genome of wheat utilizing microsatellites Genome 43:661-668.
ReferenceTranquilli G and Dubcovsky J (2000) Epistatic interaction between vernalization genes Vrn-A(m)1 and Vrn-A(m)2 in diploid wheat Journal of Heredity 91:304-306.
ReferenceJefferies SP et al. (2000) Mapping and validation of chromosome regions conferring boron toxicity tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:767-777.
ReferenceLi RH et al. (2000) Relationship between morphological and genetic differentiation in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Euphytica 114:1-8.
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.
ReferenceWarner RL et al. (2000) Dormancy in white-grain mutants of Chinese Spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Seed Science Research 10:51-60.
ReferenceCzembor JH (2000) Resistance to powdery mildew in populations of barley landraces from Morocco Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 47:439-449.
ReferenceWan Y et al. (2000) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits in the Cylindropyrum and Vertebrata section of the Aegilops genus and identification of subunits related to those encoded by the Dx alleles of common wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:879-884.
ReferenceGhesquiere M et al. (2000) Estimation of introgression rate of a fescue isozymic marker into tetraploid Italian ryegrass at early generations of backcross. Euphytica 114:223-231.
ReferencePasqualone A et al. (2000) Identification of durum wheat cultivars and monovarietal semolinas by analysis of DNA microsatellites European Food Research and Technology 210:144-147.
ReferenceLi YC et al. (2000) Microsatellite diversity correlated with ecological-edaphic and genetic factors in three microsites of wild emmer wheat in North Israel Molecular Biology and Evolution 17:851-862.
ReferenceKlein JD and Hebbe Y (2000) Tetcyclacis and abscisic acid differentially affect growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings isogenic for reduced-height genes Crop Science 40:1702-1705.
ReferenceDiaz O et al. (2000) Levels and distribution of allozyme and RAPD variation in populations of Elymus fibrosus (Schrenk) Tzvel. (Poaceae) Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 47:11-24.
ReferenceAhmad M (2000) Molecular marker-assisted selection of HMW glutenin alleles related to wheat bread quality by PCR-generated DNA markers Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:892-896.
ReferenceCamargo CED et al. (2000) Genetic control of aluminum tolerance in mutant lines of the wheat cultivar Anahuac. Euphytica 114:47-53.
ReferencePrasad M et al. (2000) The use of microsatellites for detecting DNA polymorphism, genotype identification and genetic diversity in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:584-592.
ReferenceLuo ZW et al. (2000) Predicting parental genotypes and gene segregation for tetrasomic inheritance Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:1067-1073.
ReferenceBryan GT et al. (2000) tA single amino acid difference distinguishes resistant and susceptible alleles of the rice blast resistance gene Pi-ta Plant Cell 12:2033-2045.
ReferenceVagujfalvi A et al. (2000) Two loci on wheat chromosome 5A regulate the differential cold-dependent expression of the cor14b gene in frost-tolerant and frost-sensitive genotypes Molecular and General Genetics 263:194-200.
ReferenceBrites C and Carrillo JM (2000) Inheritance of gliadin and glutenin proteins in four durum wheat crosses Cereal Research Communications 28:239-246.
ReferenceRong JK et al. (2000) A new powdery mildew resistance gene: Introgression from wild emmer into common wheat and RFLP-based mapping. Euphytica 115:121-126.
ReferenceSilva SA et al. (2000) Genetic basis of stay-green trait in bread wheat Journal of New Seeds 2:55-68.
ReferenceMetakovsky EV et al. (2000) High genetic diversity of Spanish common wheats as judged from gliadin alleles Plant Breeding 119:37-42.
ReferenceDavierwala AP et al. (2000) Sequence variations at a complex microsatellite locus in rice and its conservation in cereals Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:1291-1298.
ReferenceLi YC et al. (2000) Natural selection causing microsatellite divergence in wild emmer wheat at the ecologically variable microsite at Ammiad, Israel Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:985-999.
ReferenceMolnar SJ et al. (2000) Inheritance and RAPD tagging of multiple genes for resistance to net blotch in barley Genome 43:224-231.
ReferenceKhlestkina EK et al. (2000) Analysis of near-isogenic lines of common wheat carrying the dominant alleles of Bg, Hg, and Rg1 genes using microsatellite and protein markers Russian Journal of Genetics 36:1153-1158.
ReferenceWatanabe N and Ikebata N (2000) The effects of homoeologous group 3 chromosomes on grain colour dependent seed dormancy and brittle rachis in tetraploid wheat. Euphytica 115:215-220.
ReferenceMurai K et al. (2000) Barley allele-specific amplicons useful for identifying wheat-barley recombinant chromosomes. Genes & Genetic Systems 75:131-139.
ReferenceMoghaddam M et al. (2000) Genetic diversity in populations of wild diploid wheat Triticum urartu Tum. ex. Gandil. revealed by isozyme markers Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 47:323-334.
ReferenceAsakura N et al. (2000) Homoeoallelic gene Ncc-tmp of Triticum timopheevii conferring compatibility with the cytoplasm of Aegilops squarrosa in the tetraploid wheat nuclear background Genome 43:503-511.
ReferenceYamamori M and Quynh NT (2000) Differential effects of Wx-A1, -B1 and -D1 protein deficiencies on apparent amylose content and starch pasting properties in common wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:32-38.
ReferencePersson K and von Bothmer R (2000) Assessing the allozyme variation in cultivars and Swedish landraces of rye (Secale cereale L.) Hereditas 132:7-17.
ReferenceKandemir N et al. (2000) Molecular marker assisted genetic analysis of head shattering in six-rowed barley Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:203-210.
ReferenceBrooks WS et al. (2000) Genes governing resistance to Puccinia hordei in thirteen spring barley accessions Phytopathology 90:1131-1136.
ReferenceYamamuro C et al. (2000) Loss of function of a rice brassinosteroid insensitive1 homolog prevents internode elongation and bending of the lamina joint Plant Cell 12:1591-1605.
ReferenceCzembor JH and Czembor HJ (2000) Powdery mildew resistance in barley landraces from Morocco Journal of Phytopathology 148:277-288.
ReferenceGarland S et al. (2000) PCR-based molecular markers for the fragrance gene in rice (Oryza sativa. L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101:364-371.
ReferenceIttu M et al. (2000) Association of fusarium head blight resistance with gliadin loci in a winter wheat cross Crop Science 40:62-67.
ReferenceMessmer MM et al. (2000) Genetic analysis of durable leaf rust resistance in winter wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:419-431.
ReferenceAraki E et al. (2000) Differential effects of the null alleles at the three Wx loci on the starch-pasting properties of wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:1113-1120.
ReferenceNakamura H (2000) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Japanese hexaploid wheat landraces Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 51:673-677.
ReferenceCorrell JC et al. (2000) Characterization of Pyricularia grisea in the United States using independent genetic and molecular markers Phytopathology 90:1396-1404.
ReferenceOvesna J et al. (2000) Sequence analysis of the 5 '-terminal part of Glu-D1 locus of landraces and old cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum) Cereal Research Communications 28:411-416.
ReferenceParzies HK et al. (2000) Outcrossing rates of barley landraces from Syria Plant Breeding 119:520-522.
ReferenceMa Y et al. (2000) Comparative enzyme kinetics of two allelic forms of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) beta-amylase Journal of Cereal Science 31:335-344.
ReferenceXie CG and Xu SH (2000) Mapping quantitative trait loci in tetraploid populations Genetical Research 76:105-115.
ReferenceLotti C et al. (2000) Integration of AFLP markers into an RFLP-based map of durum wheat Plant Breeding 119:393-401.
ReferenceVarshney RK et al. (2000) Identification of eight chromosomes and a microsatellite marker on 1AS associated with QTL for grain weight in bread wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100:1290-1294.
ReferenceNakamura H (2000) The relationship between high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition and the quality of Japanese hexaploid wheat lines Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 48:2648-2652.
ReferenceNagamine T et al. (2000) Allelic variation at the Glu-1 and Glu-3 loci in southern Japanese wheats, and its effects on gluten properties Journal of Cereal Science 32:129-135.
ReferenceDevanand PS et al. (2000) Identification of hybrid sterility gene loci in two cytoplasmic male sterile lines in rice Crop Science 40:640-646.
ReferenceEvtushenko EV and Chekurov VM (2000) Genetic diversity of responses to light intensity in cultivars of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Russian Journal of Genetics 36:540-545.
ReferenceMorris CF and Konzak CF (2000) Registration of D-null 'Bai Huo' waxy wheat germplasm Crop Science 40:304-305.
ReferenceCordeiro GM et al. (2000) Characterisation of microsatellite markers from sugarcane (Saccharum sp.), a highly polyploid species Plant Science 155:161-168.
ReferenceNieto-Taladriz MT et al. (2000) Polymorphism of waxy proteins in Spanish durum wheats Plant Breeding 119:277-279.
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