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ReferenceNamara RE and Manig W (2004) Returns to alternative organisational models of wheat breeding research: simulation results from Ethiopia Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 59:231-248.
ReferenceBasford KE et al. (2004) Mixed model formulations for multi-environment trials Agronomy Journal 96:143-147.
ReferenceCapell T and Christou P (2004) Progress in plant metabolic engineering Current Opinion in Biotechnology 15:148-154.
ReferenceAnderson WK et al. (2004) Rainfall, sowing time, soil type, and cultivar influence optimum plant population for wheat in Western Australia Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55:921-930.
ReferenceLene PA et al. (2004) Rheological properties of biscuit dough from different cultivars, and relationship to baking characteristics Journal of Cereal Science 39:37-46.
ReferenceRamburan VP et al. (2004) A genetic analysis of adult plant resistance to stripe rust in the wheat cultivar Kariega Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108:1426-1433.
ReferenceYork WS et al. (2004) Proteinaceous inhibitors of endo-beta-glucanases Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Proteins and Proteomics 1696:223-233.
ReferenceSaseendran SA et al. (2004) Modeling nitrogen management effects on winter wheat production using RZWQM and CERES-wheat Agronomy Journal 96:615-630.
ReferenceFaergestad EM et al. (2004) Relationships between storage protein composition, protein content, growing season and flour quaility of bread wheat Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 84:877-886.
ReferenceCullis BR et al. (2003) Barley malting quality: are we selecting the best? Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 54:1261-1275.
ReferenceYuan QP et al. (2003) The TIGR rice genome annotation resource: annotating the rice genome and creating resources for plant biologists Nucleic Acids Research 31:229-233.
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.
ReferenceZhu SQ et al. (2003) Quantitative trait loci associated with seedling resistance to isolates of Puccinia coronata in oat Phytopathology 93:860-866.
ReferenceChen QF (2003) Improving male fertility restoration of common wheat for Triticum timopheevii cytoplasm Plant Breeding 122:401-404.
ReferenceVerbyla AP et al. (2003) The analysis of quantitative trait loci in multi-environment trials using a multiplicative mixed model Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 54:1395-1408.
ReferenceHalterman DA et al. (2003) Powdery mildew-induced Mla mRNAs are alternatively spliced and contain multiple upstream open reading frames Plant Physiology 131:558-567.
ReferenceGeorg-Kraemer JE and Cavalli SS (2003) Structural and regulatory differences in amylase isoenzymes in germinating Brazilian barley cultivars Genetics and Molecular Biology 26:69-75.
ReferenceSorrells ME et al. (2003) Comparative DNA sequence analysis of wheat and rice genomes Genome Research 13:1818-1827.
ReferenceGichner T et al. (2003) DNA damage measured by the Comet assay in eight agronomic plants Biologia Plantarum 47:185-188.
ReferenceNielsen PK et al. (2003) Kinetics and energetics of the binding between barley alpha-amylase/subtilisin inhibitor and barley alpha-amylase 2 analyzed by surface plasmon resonance and isothermal titration calorimetry Biochemistry 42:1478-1487.
ReferenceHayhoe HN et al. (2003) Using weather indices to predict survival of winter wheat in a cool temperate environment International Journal of Biometeorology 47:62-72.
ReferenceBamforth CW and Kanauchi M (2003) Interactions between polypeptides derived from barley and other beer components in model foam systems Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 83:1045-1050.
ReferenceSoltis DE and Soltis PS (2003) The role of phylogenetics in comparative genetics Plant Physiology 132:1790-1800.
ReferenceBettge AD (2003) Collaborative Study on Flour Swelling Volume (AACC method 56-21) Cereal Foods World 48:24-28.
ReferenceHuckelhoven R and Kogel KH (2003) Reactive oxygen intermediates in plant-microbe interactions: Who is who in powdery mildew resistance? Planta 216:891-902.
Referencevan Swieten E et al. (2003) Size and shape of the repetitive domain of high molecular weight wheat gluten proteins. II. Hydrodynamic studies Biopolymers 69:325-332.
ReferenceHiga A et al. (2003) Expression in cereal plants of genes that inactivate fusarium mycotoxins Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 67:914-918.
ReferenceSharma SN et al. (2003) Genetics of spike length in durum wheat. Euphytica 130:155-161.
ReferencePillen K et al. (2003) Advanced backcross QTL analysis in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107:340-352.
ReferenceHernandez-Munoz P et al. (2003) Development and characterization of biodegradable films made from wheat gluten protein fractions Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 51:7647-7654.
ReferenceWanous MK et al. (2003) Identification of chromosome arms influencing expression of the HMW glutenins in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:213-220.
ReferenceSlafer GA (2003) Genetic basis of yield as viewed from a crop physiologist's perspective Annals of Applied Biology 142:117-128.
ReferenceRhazi L et al. (2003) Sulfhydryl-disulfide changes in storage proteins of developing wheat grain: influence on the SDS-unextractable glutenin polymer formation Journal of Cereal Science 38:3-13.
ReferenceLiu JJ et al. (2003) Wheat quality traits and quality parameters of cooked dry white Chinese noodles. Euphytica 131:147-154.
ReferenceBlamey FPC (2003) A role for pectin in the control of cell expansion Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 49:775-783.
ReferenceGahoonia TS and Nielsen NE (2003) Phosphorus (P) uptake and growth of a root hairless barley mutant (bald root barley, brb) and wild type in low- and high-P soils Plant Cell and Environment 26:1759-1766.
ReferenceKumar M et al. (2003) Genetic analysis of Karnal bunt (Neovossia indica) resistance in wheat Journal of Biosciences 28:199-203.
ReferenceNuttall JG et al. (2003) Evaluating physicochemical constraints of Calcarosols on wheat yield in the Victorian southern Mallee Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 54:487-497.
ReferenceCook RJ (2003) Take-all of wheat Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 62:73-86.
ReferenceStrelkov SE and Lamari L (2003) Host-parasite interactions in tan spot [Pyrenophora tritici-repentis] of wheat Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 25:339-349.
ReferenceBerry PM et al. (2003) A comparison of root and stem lodging risks among winter wheat cultivars Journal of Agricultural Science 141:191-202.
ReferenceGerrard JA et al. (2003) Maillard crosslinking of food proteins II: the reactions of glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde and glyceraldehyde with wheat proteins in vitro and in situ Food Chemistry 80:35-43.
ReferenceChen H et al. (2003) Comparative analyses of genomic locations and race specificities of loci for quantitative resistance to Pyricularia grisea in rice and barley Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100:2544-2549.
ReferenceBlanch EW et al. (2003) New insight into the solution structures of wheat gluten proteins from Raman optical activity Biochemistry 42:5665-5673.
ReferencePilot G et al. (2003) Five-group distribution of the Shaker-like K+ channel family in higher plants Journal of Molecular Evolution 56:418-434.
ReferenceJenkins G (2003) Unfolding large-scale maps Genome 46:947-952.
ReferencePruitt RE et al. (2003) Plant genetics: a decade of integration Nature Genetics 33:294-304.
ReferenceYan L et al. (2003) Positional cloning of the wheat vernalization gene VRN1 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100:6263-6268.
ReferenceMaraschin Sd et al. (2003) 14-3-3 isoforms and pattern formation during barley microspore embryogenesis Journal of Experimental Botany 54:1033-1043.
ReferenceJiang JM et al. (2003) A molecular view of plant centromeres Trends in Plant Science 8:570-575.
ReferenceNakazaki T et al. (2003) Mobilization of a transposon in the rice genome Nature 421:170-172.
ReferenceMorris M et al. (2003) Money matters (II): costs of maize inbred line conversion schemes at CIMMYT using conventional and marker-assisted selection Molecular Breeding 11:235-247.
ReferenceVazquez-Ramos JM and Sanchez MD (2003) The cell cycle and seed germination Seed Science Research 13:113-130.
ReferenceNogueira FTS et al. (2003) RNA expression profiles and data mining of sugarcane response to low temperature Plant Physiology 132:1811-1824.
ReferenceLamari L et al. (2003) The identification of two new races of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis from the host center of diversity confirms a one-to-one relationship in tan spot of wheat Phytopathology 93:391-396.
ReferenceMorgante M and Salamini F (2003) From plant genomics to breeding practice Current Opinion in Biotechnology 14:214-219.
ReferenceSharma SN et al. (2003) The genetic control of flag leaf length in normal and late sown durum wheat Journal of Agricultural Science 141:323-331.
ReferenceKim JA et al. (2003) Molecular cloning and mRNA expression analysis of a novel rice (Oryza sativa L.) MAPK kinase kinase, OsEDR1, an ortholog of Arabidopsis AtEDR1, reveal its role in defense/stress signalling pathways and development Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 300:868-876.
ReferenceKovalchuk O et al. (2003) Extremely complex pattern of microsatellite mutation in the germline of wheat exposed to the post-Chernobyl radioactive contamination Mutation Research 525:93-101.
ReferenceCremonini R et al. (2003) Chromosome banding and DNA methylation patterns, chromatin organisation and nuclear DNA content in Zingeria biebersteiniana Biologia Plantarum 46:543-550.
ReferenceDelseny M (2003) Towards an accurate sequence of the rice genome Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6:101-105.
ReferenceImtiaz M et al. (2003) Inheritance of seedling resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp tritici) in 'Otane' and 'Tiritea' wheat (Triticum aestivum) New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 31:15-22.
ReferenceHeazlewood JL et al. (2003) Towards an analysis of the rice mitochondrial proteome Plant Physiology 132:230-242.
ReferenceSchoof H and Karlowski WM (2003) Comparison of rice and Arabidopsis annotation Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6:106-112.
ReferenceImtiaz M et al. (2003) Inheritance of durable adult plant resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp tritici) in 'Otane' wheat (Triticum aestivum) New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 31:23-31.
ReferenceAbebe T et al. (2003) Tolerance of mannitol-accumulating transgenic wheat to water stress and salinity Plant Physiology 131:1748-1755.
ReferenceBennetzen JL and Ma JX (2003) The genetic colinearity of rice and other cereals on the basis of genomic sequence analysis Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6:128-133.
ReferenceZhu S et al. (2003) Molecular mapping of genomic regions underlying barley yellow dwarf tolerance in cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106:1300-1306.
ReferenceYano H (2003) Fluorescent labeling of disulfide proteins on 2D gel for screening allergens: A preliminary study Analytical Chemistry 75:4682-4685.
ReferenceSamson D et al. (2003) GenoPlante-Info (GPI): a collection of databases and bioinformatics resources for plant genomics Nucleic Acids Research 31:179-182.
ReferenceHan B and Xue YB (2003) Genome-wide intraspecific DNA-sequence variations in rice Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6:134-138.
ReferenceThreadgold J and Brown TA (2003) Degradation of DNA in artiticially charred wheat seeds Journal of Archaeological Science 30:1067-1076.
ReferenceTrethowan RM et al. (2003) Associations among twenty years of international bread wheat yield evaluation environments Crop Science 43:1698-1711.
ReferenceThangavelu M et al. (2003) HAPPY mapping in a plant genome: reconstruction and analysis of a high-resolution physical map of a 1.9 Mbp region of Arabidopsis thaliana chromosome 4 Plant Biotechnology Journal 1:23-31.
ReferenceKarlowski WM et al. (2003) MOsDB: an integrated information resource for rice genomics Nucleic Acids Research 31:190-192.
ReferenceFornara F et al. (2003) MADS-box genes controlling flower development in rice Plant Biology 5:16-22.
ReferenceOsbourn AE et al. (2003) Dissecting plant secondary metabolism - constitutive chemical defences in cereals New Phytologist 159:101-108.
ReferenceVandepoele K et al. (2003) Evidence that rice and other cereals are ancient aneuploids Plant Cell 15:2192-2202.
ReferenceAsseng S et al. (2002) Simulation of grain protein content with APSIM-Nwheat European Journal of Agronomy 16:25-42.
ReferenceGoff SA et al. (2002) A draft sequence of the rice genome (Oryza sativa L. ssp japonica) Science 296:92-100.
ReferenceTronsmo KM et al. (2002) A study of how size distribution of gluten proteins, surface properties of gluten and dough mixing properties relate to baking properties of wheat flours Journal of Cereal Science 35:201-214.
ReferenceGooding MJ et al. (2002) Responses of wheat grain yield and quality to seed rate The Journal of Agricultural Science 138:317-331.
ReferenceMcDonald BA and Linde C (2002) The population genetics of plant pathogens and breeding strategies for durable resistance. Euphytica 124:163-180.
ReferenceRosse LN et al. (2002) Comparison of regression methods for evaluation of phenotypic stability in sugarcane Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 37:25-32.
ReferenceFeuillet C and Keller B (2002) Comparative Genomics in the grass family: Molecular characterization of grass genome structure and evolution Annals of Botany 89:3-10.
ReferenceBrown JKM (2002) Yield penalties of disease resistance in crops Current Opinion in Plant Biology 5:339-344.
ReferenceHause B et al. (2002) Induction of jasmonate biosynthesis in arbuscular mycorrhizal barley roots Plant Physiology 130:1213-1220.
ReferenceWilkinson MD et al. (2002) Use of comparative molecular genetics to study pre harvest sprouting in wheat. Euphytica 126:27-33.
ReferenceKantety RV et al. (2002) Data mining for simple sequence repeats in expressed sequence tags from barley, maize, rice, sorghum and wheat Plant Molecular Biology 48:501-510.
ReferenceCacco G et al. (2002) An attempt to model the induction and feedback inhibition of nitrate uptake in wheat seedlings Journal of Plant Nutrition 25:17-25.
ReferenceTriboi E and Triboi-Blondel AM (2002) Productivity and grain or seed composition: a new approach to an old problem - invited paper European Journal of Agronomy 16:163-186.
ReferenceLillemo M and Ringlund K (2002) Impact of puroindoline b alleles on the genetic variation for hardness in soft x hard wheat crosses Plant Breeding 121:210-217.
ReferenceMeinhardt SW et al. (2002) Role of the arginyl-glycyl-aspartic motif in the action of Ptr ToxA produced by Pyrenophora tritici-repentis Plant Physiology 130:1545-1551.
ReferenceYang J et al. (2002) Quantitative and molecular characterization of heat tolerance in hexaploid wheat. Euphytica 126:275-282.
ReferenceHovmoller MS et al. (2002) Clonality and long-distance migration of Puccinia striiformis f.sp tritici in north-west Europe Plant Pathology 51:24-32.
ReferenceCannon SB et al. (2002) Diversity, distribution, and ancient taxonomic relationships within the TIR and non-TIR NBS-LRR resistance gene subfamilies Journal of Molecular Evolution 54:548-562.
ReferenceAird WC et al. (2002) Separating the wheat from the chaff: Focus on 'In silico data filtering to identify new angiogenesis targets from a large in vitro gene profile data set Physiological Genomics 10:1-3.
ReferencePanstruga R and Schulze-Lefert P (2002) Live and let live: insights into powdery mildew disease and resistance Molecular Plant Pathology 3:495-502.
ReferenceBousset L et al. (2002) Observed and predicted changes over eight years in frequency of barley powdery mildew avirulent to spring barley in France and Denmark Plant Pathology 51:33-44.
ReferenceGenc Y et al. (2002) Critical deficiency concentration of zinc in barley genotypes differing in zinc efficiency and its relation to growth responses Journal of Plant Nutrition 25:545-560.
Referencevan Noordwijk M and Cadisch G (2002) Access and excess problems in plant nutrition Plant and Soil 247:25-40.
ReferenceFahima T et al. (2002) Microsatellite polymorphism in natural populations of wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104:17-29.
ReferenceChen MS et al. (2002) An integrated physical and genetic map of the rice genome Plant Cell 14:537-545.
ReferenceNakamura Y (2002) Towards a better understanding of the metabolic system for amylopectin biosynthesis in plants: Rice endosperm as a model tissue Plant and Cell Physiology 43:718-725.
ReferenceToyoda K et al. (2002) Resistance and susceptibility of plants to fungal pathogens Transgenic Research 11:567-582.
ReferencePetersen K et al. (2002) Matrix attachment regions (MARs) enhance transformation frequencies and reduce variance of transgene expression in barley Plant Molecular Biology 49:45-58.
ReferenceShimamoto K and Kyozuka J (2002) Rice as a model for comparative genomics of plants Annual Review of Plant Biology 53:399-419.
ReferenceClarke FR et al. (2002) Inheritance of stem solidness in eight durum wheat crosses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 82:661-664.
ReferenceAvila-Adame C and Koller W (2002) Disruption of the alternative oxidase gene in Magnaporthe grisea and its impact on host infection Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 15:493-500.
ReferenceMiller WA et al. (2002) Barley yellow dwarf virus: Luteoviridae or Tombusviridae? Molecular Plant Pathology 3:177-183.
ReferenceBuell CR (2002) Obtaining the seqence of the rice genome and lessons learned along the way Trends in Plant Science 7:538-542.
ReferenceAlston JM and Venner RJ (2002) The effects of the US Plant Variety Protection Act on wheat genetic improvement Research Policy 31:527-542.
ReferenceFricke W (2002) Biophysical limitation of cell elongation in cereal leaves Annals of Botany 90:157-167.
ReferenceKersten B et al. (2002) Large-scale plant proteomics Plant Molecular Biology 48:133-141.
ReferenceVan den Bulck K et al. (2002) Amino acid sequence of wheat flour arabinogalactan-peptide, identical to part of grain softness protein GSP-1, leads to improved structural model Cereal Chemistry 79:329-331.
ReferenceTabata S (2002) Impact of genomics approaches on plant genetics and physiology Journal of Plant Research 115:271-275.
ReferenceWare DH et al. (2002) Gramene, a tool for grass Genomics Plant Physiology 130:1606-1613.
ReferenceFeng Q et al. (2002) Sequence and analysis of rice chromosome 4 Nature 420:316-320.
ReferenceKoornneef M et al. (2002) Seed dormancy and germination Current Opinion in Plant Biology 5:33-36.
ReferenceYin X et al. (2002) Use of component analysis in QTL mapping of complex crop traits: a case study on yield in barley Plant Breeding 121:314-319.
ReferenceSasaki T et al. (2002) The genome sequence and structure of rice chromosome 1 Nature 420:312-316.
ReferenceAlberti E et al. (2002) Study of wheat high molecular weight 1Dx5 subunit by C-13 and H-1 solid-state NMR. II. Roles of nonrepetitive terminal domains and length of repetitive domain Biopolymers 65:158-168.
ReferenceVarotto C and Leister D (2002) Maize in the genomics era Maydica 47:203-211.
ReferenceThuillet AC et al. (2002) Direct estimation of mutation rate for 10 microsatellite loci in durum wheat, Triticum turgidum (L.) Thell. ssp durum desf Molecular Biology and Evolution 19:122-125.
ReferenceBrisson N et al. (2002) Response of the root system of a winter wheat crop to waterlogging Plant and Soil 243:43-55.
ReferencePozzi C (2002) Maize and barley: Model systems for studies on leaf development Maydica 47:245-251.
ReferenceWare D et al. (2002) Gramene: a resource for comparative grass genomics Nucleic Acids Research 30:103-105.
ReferenceBeyer P et al. (2002) Golden rice: Introducing the beta-carotene biosynthesis pathway into rice endosperm by genetic engineering to defeat vitamin A deficiency Journal of Nutrition 132:506-510.
ReferenceWei FS et al. (2002) Genome dynamics and evolution of the Mla (powdery mildew) resistance locus in barley Plant Cell 14:1903-1917.
ReferenceMunster T et al. (2002) Maize MADS-box genes galore Maydica 47:287-301.
ReferenceJohnson RC et al. (2002) Effective population size during grass germplasm seed regeneration Crop Science 42:286-290.
ReferenceLaurie DA and Devos KM (2002) Trends in comparative genetics and their potential impacts on wheat and barley research Plant Molecular Biology 48:729-740.
ReferenceCao WX et al. (2002) Simulating organ growth in wheat based on the organ-weight fraction concept Plant Production Science 5:248-256.
ReferenceGraham IA and Eastmond PJ (2002) Pathways of straight and branched chain fatty acid catabolism in higher plants Progress in Lipid Research 41:156-181.
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.
ReferenceKurek I et al. (2002) Wheat FKBP73 functions in vitro as a molecular chaperone independently of its peptidyl prolyl cis-trans isomerase activity Planta 215:119-126.
ReferenceLiu ZQ and Scanlon MG (2002) Understanding and modeling the processing-mechanical property relationship of bread crumb assessed by indentation Cereal Chemistry 79:763-767.
ReferenceAreas EPG and Cassiano MM (2001) Folding interpenetration in a gliadin model: the role of the characteristic octapeptide motif Biophysical Chemistry 90:135-146.
ReferenceGomez-Cadenas A et al. (2001) Involvement of multiple cis-elements in the regulation of GA responsive promoters: Definition of a new cis-element in the Amy32b gene promoter of barley (Hordeum vulgare) Physiologia Plantarum 112:211-216.
ReferenceHayes DE et al. (2001) High-affinity potassium transport into wheat roots involves sodium - a role for HKT1? Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 28:643-652.
ReferenceGale MD and Devos KM (2001) Comparative genetics and cereal evolution Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 49:19-23.
ReferenceFridborg I et al. (2001) The Arabidopsis protein SHI represses gibberellin responses in Arabidopsis and barley Plant Physiology 127:937-948.
ReferenceEbana K et al. (2001) Analysis of QTL associated with the allelopathic effect of rice using water-soluble extracts Breeding Science 51:47-51.
ReferenceMasclaux C et al. (2001) The challenge of remobilisation in plant nitrogen economy. A survey of physio-agronomic and molecular approaches Annals of Applied Biology 138:69-81.
ReferenceDorry HR and Assad MT (2001) Inheritance of leaf shape and its association with chlorosis in wheat infested by Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) Journal of Agricultural Science 137:169-172.
ReferenceShy G et al. (2001) Expression patterns of genes encoding endomembrane proteins support a reduced function of the Golgi in wheat endosperm during the onset of storage protein deposition Journal of Experimental Botany 52:2387-2388.
ReferenceLaurila H (2001) Simulation of spring wheat responses to elevated CO2 and temperature by using CERES-wheat crop model Agricultural and Food Science 10:175-196.
ReferenceYuan QP et al. (2001) Rice bioinformatics. Analysis of rice sequence data and leveraging the data to other plant species Plant Physiology 125:1166-1174.
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.
ReferenceWong MTF et al. (2001) A decision support system for mapping the site-specific potassium requirement of wheat in the field Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 41:655-661.
ReferenceCaruso C et al. (2001) Isolation and amino acid sequence of two new PR-4 proteins from wheat Journal of Protein Chemistry 20:327-335.
ReferenceMasmoudi K et al. (2001) Isolation and characterization of a differentially expressed sequence tag from Triticum durum salt-stressed roots Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39:971-979.
ReferenceGrof CPL and Campbell JA (2001) Sugarcane sucrose metabolism: scope for molecular manipulation Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 28:1-12.
ReferenceFeuillet C et al. (2001) Molecular evolution of receptor-like kinase genes in hexaploid wheat. Independent evolution of orthologs after polyploidization and mechanisms of local rearrangements at paralogous loci Plant Physiology 125:1304-1313.
ReferenceZhang D et al. (2001) RFLP linkage map of the Ethiopian cereal tef [Eragrostis tef (Zucc) Trotter] Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:957-964.
ReferenceJeon JS and An GH (2001) Gene tagging in rice: a high throughput system for functional genomics Plant Science 161:211-219.
ReferenceGalande AA et al. (2001) Genetic analysis of kernel hardness in bread wheat using PCR-based markers Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103:601-606.
ReferenceBruggeman FJ et al. (2001) The diffusive transport of gibberellins and abscisic acid through the aleurone layer of germinating barley grain: a mathematical model Planta 214:89-96.
ReferenceWhite JA and Benning C (2001) Genomic approaches towards the engineering of oil seeds Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39:263-270.
ReferenceHill J et al. (2001) Analysis of a combined F-1/F-2 diallel cross in wheat Theoretical and Applied Genetics 102:1076-1081.
ReferenceOsmond RIW et al. (2001) Binding interactions between barley thaumatin-like proteins and (1,3)-beta-D-glucans - Kinetics, specificity, structural analysis and biological implications European Journal of Biochemistry 268:4190-4199.
ReferenceWu H et al. (2001) Allelopathy in wheat (Triticum aestivum) Annals of Applied Biology 139:1-9.
ReferenceBantin J et al. (2001) Tripsacum dactyloides (Poaceae): a natural model system to study parthenogenesis Sexual Plant Reproduction 14:219-226.
ReferenceKota R et al. (2001) Generation and comparison of EST-derived SSRs and SNPs in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Hereditas 135:145-151.
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