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  • Raupp, W. J. (Dept. of Plant Pathology. Kansas State University, 2013-09-25)
    The Annual Wheat Newsletter is edited by W.J. Raupp and published by the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resources Center at Kansas State University. The scope of the Newsletter includes current project activities, cultivar ...
  • Raupp, W. J. (Dept. of Plant Pathology. Kansas State University, 2014-08-18)
    The Annual Wheat Newsletter is edited by W.J. Raupp and published by the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resources Center at Kansas State University. The scope of the Newsletter includes current project activities, cultivar ...
  • Raupp, W. J. (Dept. of Plant Pathology. Kansas State University, )
    The Annual Wheat Newsletter is edited by W.J. Raupp and published by the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resources Center at Kansas State University. The scope of the Newsletter includes current project activities, cultivar ...
  • Raupp, W. J.; jraupp (Dept. of Plant Pathology. Kansas State University, )
    The Annual Wheat Newsletter is edited by W.J. Raupp and published by the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resources Center at Kansas State University. The scope of the Newsletter includes current project activities, cultivar ...
  • Raupp, W. Jon; jraupp (Dept. of Plant Pathology. Kansas State University, )
    The Annual Wheat Newsletter is edited by W.J. Raupp and published by the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resources Center at Kansas State University. The scope of the Newsletter includes current project activities, cultivar ...
  • Haghighattalab, A.; Perez, L. G.; Mondal, S.; Singh, D.; Schinstock, Dale; Rutkoski, J.; Ortiz-Monasterio, I.; Singh, R. P.; Goodin, Douglas G.; Poland, Jesse A.
    Background: Low cost unmanned aerial systems (UAS) have great potential for rapid proximal measurements of plants in agriculture. In the context of plant breeding and genetics, current approaches for phenotyping a large ...
  • Shew, A. M.; Nalley, L. L.; Danforth, D. M.; Dixon, B. L.; Nayga, R. M.; Delwaide, A. C.; Valent, Barbara
    India has more than 215 million food-insecure people, many of whom are farmers. Genetically modified (GM) crops have the potential to alleviate this problem by increasing food supplies and strengthening farmer livelihoods. ...
  • Zhang, Dadong; Bowden, Robert L.; Yu, Jianming; Carver, Brett F.; Bai, Guihua (2014-10-01)
    Stem rust has become a renewed threat to global wheat production after the emergence and spread of race TTKSK (also known as Ug99) and related races from Africa. To elucidate U.S. winter wheat resistance genes to stem rust, ...
  • Dendy, S. P.; Power, A. G.; Blaisdell, G. K.; Alexander, H. M.; McCarron, J. K.; Garrett, Karen A. (2012-06-04)
  • Cheatham, M. R.; Rouse, M. N.; Esker, P. D.; Ignacio, S.; Pradel, W.; Raymundo, R.; Sparks, Adam Henry; Forbes, G.A.; Gordon, T. R.; Garrett, Karen A. (2012-05-31)
    The ecosystem services concept provides a means to define successful disease management more broadly, beyond short-term crop yield evaluations. Plant disease can affect ecosystem services directly, such as through removal ...
  • Borer, Elizabeth T.; Antonovics, Janis; Kinkel, Linda L.; Hudson, Peter J.; Daszak, Peter; Ferrari, Matthew J.; Garrett, Karen A.; Parrish, Colin R.; Read, Andrew F.; Rizzo, David M. (2012-05-31)
    Pathogens traverse disciplinary and taxonomic boundaries, yet infectious disease research occurs in many separate disciplines including plant pathology, veterinary and human medicine, and ecological and evolutionary sciences. ...
  • Rutkoski, J.; Poland, Jesse A.; Mondal, S.; Autrique, E.; Perez, L. G.; Crossa, J.; Reynolds, M.; Singh, R.
    Genomic selection can be applied prior to phenotyping, enabling shorter breeding cycles and greater rates of genetic gain relative to phenotypic selection. Traits measured using high-throughput phenotyping based on proximal ...
  • Li, L.; Hey, S.; Liu, Sanzhen Z.; Liu, Q.; McNinch, C.; Hu, H. C.; Wen, T. J.; Marcon, C.; Paschold, A.; Bruce, W.; Schnable, P. S.; Hochholdinger, F.
    Root hairs are tubular extensions of the epidermis. Root hairs of the monogenic recessive maize mutant roothairless 6 (rth6) are arrested after bulge formation during the transition to tip growth and display a rough cell ...
  • Wang, Shichen; Wong, Debbie; Forrest, Kerrie; Allen, Alexandra; Chao, Shiaoman; Huang, Bevan E.; Maccaferri, Marco; Salvi, Silvio; Milner, Sara G.; Cattivelli, Luigi; Mastrangelo, Anna M.; Whan, Alex; Stephen, Stuart; Barker, Gary; Wieseke, Ralf; Plieske, Joerg; International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium; Lillemo, Morten; Mather, Diane; Appels, Rudi; Dolferus, Rudy; Brown-Guedira, Gina; Korol, Abraham; Akhunova, Alina; Feuillet, Catherine; Salse, Jerome; Morgante, Michele; Pozniak, Curtis; Luo, Ming-Cheng; Dvorak, Jan; Morell, Matthew; Dubcovsky, Jorge; Ganal, Martin; Tuberosa, Roberto; Lawley, Cindy; Mikoulitch, Ivan; Cavanagh, Colin; Edwards, Keith J.; Hayden, Matthew; Akhunov, Eduard D. (2014-10-01)
    High-density single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping arrays are a powerful tool for studying genomic patterns of diversity, inferring ancestral relationships between individuals in populations and studying marker–trait ...
  • Downes, Damien J.; Chonofsky, Mark; Tan, Kaeling; Pfannenstiel, Brandon T.; Reck-Peterson, Samara L.; Todd, Richard B. (2015-03-23)
    4-Nitroquinoline 1-oxide (4-NQO) is a highly carcinogenic chemical that induces mutations in bacteria, fungi, and animals through the formation of bulky purine adducts. 4-NQO has been used as a mutagen for genetic screens ...
  • Sehgal, Sunish K.; Li, Wanlong; Rabinowicz, Pablo D.; Chan, Agnes; Šimková, Hana; Doležel, Jaroslav; Gill, Bikram S. (2012-09-24)
    Background: Bread wheat, one of the world’s staple food crops, has the largest, highly repetitive and polyploid genome among the cereal crops. The wheat genome holds the key to crop genetic improvement against challenges ...
  • Beed, Fen; Benedetti, Anna; Cardinali, Gianluigi; Chakraborty, Sukumar; Dubois, Thomas; Halewood, Michael; Garrett, Karen A. (FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, 2011-12-16)
  • Dendy, S.P.; Frank, E.E.; Rouse, M.N.; Travers, S.E.; Garrett, Karen A. (2010-01-11)
    Research in the effects of climate change on plant disease continues to be limited, but some striking progress has been made. At the genomic level, advances in technologies for the high-throughput analysis of gene ...
  • Cernadas, Raul A.; Doyle, Erin L.; Niño-Liu, David O.; Wilkins, Katherine E.; Bancroft, Timothy; Wang, Li; Schmidt, Clarice L.; Caldo, Rico; Yang, Bing; White, Frank F.; Nettleton, Dan; Wise, Roger P.; Bogdanove, Adam J. (2014-05-09)
    Bacterial leaf streak of rice, caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola (Xoc) is an increasingly important yield constraint in this staple crop. A mesophyll colonizer, Xoc differs from X. oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo), which ...
  • Akhunov, Eduard D.; Sehgal, Sunish K.; Liang, Hanquan; Wang, Shichen; Akhunova, Alina R.; Kaur, Gaganpreet; Li, Wanlong; Forrest, Kerrie L.; See, Deven; Šimková, Hana; Ma, Yaqin; Hayden, Matthew J.; Luo, Mingcheng; Faris, Justin D.; Dolezel, Jaroslav; Gill, Bikram S. (2013-02-18)
    Cycles of whole-genome duplication (WGD) and diploidization are hallmarks of eukaryotic genome evolution and speciation. Polyploid wheat (Triticum aestivum) has had a massive increase in genome size largely due to recent ...

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