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ReferenceDelaney D et al. (1995) Targeted mapping of rye chromatin in wheat by representational difference analysis Genome 38:458-466.
ReferencePolanco C and Perez-de-la-Vega M (1995) Length polymorphism in the ribosomal DNA intergenic spacer of rye and slender wild oats Journal of Heredity 86:402-407.
ReferenceAbbott D et al. (1995) Identification of RFLPs flanking a scald resistance gene on barley chromosome 6 Journal of Heredity 86:152-154.
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ReferenceJellen E et al. (1995) Molecular genetic identification of Avena chromosomes related to the group 1 chromosomes of the Triticeae Genome 38:185-189.
ReferenceSaghai-Maroof M et al. (1995) Comparison of restriction fragment length polymorphisms in wild and cultivated barley Genome 38:298-306.
ReferenceDvorak J et al. (1995) Differentiation between wheat chromosomes 4B and 4D Genome 38:1139-1147.
ReferenceChen Q et al. (1994) Identification of wheat-Agropyron cristatum monosomic addition lines by RFLP analysis using a set of assigned wheat DNA probes Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89:70-75.
ReferenceSall T and Nilsson N (1994) Crossover distribution in barley analysed through RFLP linkage data Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89:211-216.
ReferenceFrancki M and Langridge P (1994) The molecular identification of the midgut chromosome from the rye genome Genome 37:1056-1061.
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ReferenceCheung W et al. (1994) A family of related sequences associated with (TTTAGGG)n repeats are located in the interstitial regions of wheat chromosomes Molecular and General Genetics 245:349-354.
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ReferenceKing I et al. (1994) Detection of interchromosomal translocations within the Triticeae by RFLP analysis Genome 37:882-887.
ReferenceMoser H and Lee M (1994) RFLP variation and genalogicla distance, multivariate distance, heterosis, and genetic variance in oats Theoretical and Applied Genetics 87:947-956.
ReferenceAkagi H et al. (1994) A unique sequence located downstream from the rice mitochondrial atp6 may cause male sterility Current Genetics 25:52-58.
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ReferenceOgihara Y et al. (1994) Chromosome assignment of four photosynthesis-related genes and their variability in wheat species Theoretical and Applied Genetics 88:383-394.
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ReferenceKunzel G et al. (1994) Translocation derived duplications involving short arm segments of barley chromosome 5 as defined genetically by physical RFLP mapping Barley Genetics Newsletter 24:104-107.
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