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ReferenceSarkar S et al. (2004) Relationship between gibberellins, height, and stress tolerance in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) seedlings Plant Growth Regulation 42:125-135.
ReferenceWolbang CM et al. (2004) Auxin from the developing inflorescence is required for the biosynthesis of active gibberellins in barley stems Plant Physiology 134:769-776.
ReferenceRobins G and Howdle PD (2004) Advances in celiac disease Current Opinion in Gastroenterology 20:95-103.
ReferenceXu WZ et al. (2004) The VER2 promoter contains repeated sequences and requires vernalization for its activity in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Chinese Science Bulletin 49:355-362.
ReferenceYang GX et al. (2004) Microarray analysis of brassinosteroids- and gibberellin-regulated gene expression in rice seedlings Molecular Genetics and Genomics 271:468-478.
ReferenceEllis MH et al. (2004) The effect of different height reducing genes on the early growth of wheat Functional Plant Biology 31:583-589.
ReferenceLi W et al. (2004) Surface properties and locations of gluten proteins and lipids revealed using confocal scanning laser microscopy in bread dough Journal of Cereal Science 39:403-411.
ReferenceMcCubbin AG et al. (2004) The calcium-dependent protein kinase HvCDPK1 mediates the gibberellic acid response of the barley aleurone through regulation of vacuolar function Plant Journal 39:206-218.
ReferenceAlbrecht G et al. (2004) Sugar and fructan accumulation during metabolic adjustment between respiration and fermentation under low oxygen conditions in wheat roots Physiologia Plantarum 120:93-105.
ReferenceKaneko M et al. (2004) Loss-of-function mutations of the rice GAMYB gene impair alpha-amylase expression in aleurone and flower development Plant Cell 16:33-44.
ReferenceTanaka N et al. (2004) Proteome analysis of rice tissues by two-dimensional electrophoresis: an approach to the investigation of gibberellin regulated proteins Molecular Genetics and Genomics 270:485-496.
ReferenceFurtado A et al. (2003) The promoter of the asi gene directs expression in the maternal tissues of the seed in transgenic barley Plant Molecular Biology 52:787-799.
ReferenceSanti L et al. (2003) The GA octodinucleotide repeat binding factor BBR participates in the transcriptional regulation of the homeobox gene Bkn3 Plant Journal 34:813-826.
ReferenceBorner A and Worland AJ (2002) Does the Chinese dwarf wheat variety 'XN0004' carry Rht21? Cereal Research Communications 30:25-29.
ReferenceNishizawa T et al. (2002) Responses of the first internodes of Hong Mang Mai wheat to ethylene, gibberellins and potassium Plant Production Science 5:93-100.
ReferenceJacobsen JV et al. (2002) Abscisic acid, phaseic acid and gibberellin contents associated with dormancy and germination in barley Physiologia Plantarum 115:428-441.
ReferenceSpielmeyer W et al. (2002) Semidwarf (sd-1), 'green revolution' rice, contains a defective gibberellin 20-oxidase gene Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 99:9043-9048.
ReferenceMilach SCK et al. (2002) Plant height components and gibberellic acid response of oat dwarf lines Crop Science 42:1147-1154.
ReferenceYamauchi D et al. (2002) Molecular analysis of the barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) gene encoding the protein kinase PKABA1 capable of suppressing gibberellin action in aleurone layers Planta 215:319-326.
ReferencePereira MJ et al. (2002) Coleoptile length of dwarf wheat isolines: Gibberellic acid, temperature, and cultivar interactions Crop Science 42:1483-1487.
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.
ReferencePoljakoff-Mayber A et al. (2002) Involvement of phytohormones in germination of dormant and non-dormant oat (Avena sativa L.) seeds Plant Growth Regulation 37:7-16.
ReferenceSuzuki Y et al. (2002) A role for arabinogalactan proteins in gibberellin-induced alpha-amylase production in barley aleurone cells Plant Journal 29:733-741.
ReferenceBethke PC et al. (2002) Abscisic acid, gibberellin and cell viability in cereal aleurone. Euphytica 126:3-11.
ReferenceChen PW et al. (2002) Rice a-amylase transcriptional enhancers direct multiple mode regulation of promoters in transgenic rice Journal of Biological Chemistry 277:13641-13649.
ReferenceKlassen SP and Bugbee B (2002) Sensitivity of wheat and rice to low levels of atmospheric ethylene Crop Science 42:746-753.
ReferenceEllis RP et al. (2002) Phenotype/genotype associations for yield and salt tolerance in a barley mapping population segregating for two dwarfing genes Journal of Experimental Botany 53:1163-1176.
ReferenceChandler PM et al. (2002) Mutants at the Slender1 locus of barley cv Himalaya. molecular and physiological characterization Plant Physiology 129:181-190.
ReferenceGubler F et al. (2002) Gibberellin signaling in barley aleurone cells. Control of SLN1 and GAMYB expression Plant Physiology 129:191-200.
ReferenceWhite WH et al. (2001) Inheritance of sugarcane borer resistance in sugarcane derived from two measures of insect damage Crop Science 41:1706-1710.
ReferenceAval'baev AM et al. (2001) Multiple hormonal control of the lectin content in roots of wheat seedlings Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 48:620-623.
ReferenceLangseth W et al. (2001) Production of culmorin compounds and other secondary metabolites by Fusarium culmorum and F-graminearum strains isolated from Norwegian cereals Mycopathologia 152:23-34.
ReferenceFridborg I et al. (2001) The Arabidopsis protein SHI represses gibberellin responses in Arabidopsis and barley Plant Physiology 127:937-948.
ReferenceRasmussen PH and Hansen A (2001) Staling of wheat bread stored in modified atmosphere. Food Science and Technology 34:487-491.
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.
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.