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    1. Kover, PX; Caicedo, AL
      The genetic architecture of disease resistance in plants and the maintenance of recombination by parasites

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    2. Halterman, D; Zhou, FS; Wei, FS; Wise, RP; Schulze-Lefert, P
      The MLA6 coiled-coil, NBS-LRR protein confers AvrMla6-dependent resistancespecificity to Blumeria graminis f. sp hordei in barley and wheat

      PLANT JOURNAL
    3. Yang, ZJ; Ren, ZL
      Chromosomal distribution and genetic expression of Lophopyrum elongatum (Host) A. Love genes for adult plant resistance to stripe rust in wheat background

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    4. Zhang, XQ; Wang, XP; Ross, K; Hu, H; Gustafson, JP
      Rapid introduction of disease resistance from rye into common wheat by anther culture of a 6x triticale x nulli-tetrasomic wheat

      PLANT BREEDING
    5. Hsam, SLK; Huang, XQ; Zeller, FJ
      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
    6. Collins, NC; Lahaye, T; Peterhansel, C; Freialdenhoven, A; Corbitt, M; Schulze-Lefert, P
      Sequence haplotypes revealed by sequence-tagged site fine mapping of the Ror1 gene in the centromeric region of barley chromosome 1H

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Rubiales, D; Carver, TWL; Martin, A
      Expression of resistance to Blumeria graminis f.sp tritici in 'Chinese Spring' wheat addition lines containing chromosomes from Hordeum vulgare and H-chilense

      HEREDITAS
    8. Sandhu, D; Champoux, JA; Bondareva, SN; Gill, KS
      Identification and physical localization of useful genes and markers to a major gene-rich region on wheat group 1S chromosomes

      GENETICS
    9. Hackett, CA; Meyer, RC; Thomas, WTB
      Multi-trait QTL mapping in barley using multivariate regression

      GENETICAL RESEARCH
    10. Park, RF; Goyeau, H; Felsenstein, FG; Bartos, P; Zeller, FJ
      Regional phenotypic diversity of Puccinia triticina and wheat host resistance in western Europe, 1995

      EUPHYTICA
    11. Ramsay, LD; Bradshaw, JE; Griffiths, DW; Kearsey, MJ
      The inheritance of quantitative traits in Brassica napus ssp rapifera (swedes): Augmented triple test cross analyses of production characters

      EUPHYTICA
    12. Andersen, L; Warkentin, T; Philipp, O; Xue, A; Sloan, A
      DS Stalwarth field pea

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    13. Wise, RP
      Disease resistance: What's brewing in barley genomics

      PLANT DISEASE
    14. Walther, U; Rapke, H; Proeseler, G; Szigat, G
      Hordeum bulbosum - a new source of disease resistance - transfer of resistance to leaf rust and mosaic viruses from H-bulbosum into winter barley

      PLANT BREEDING
    15. Huang, XQ; Hsam, SLK; Zeller, FJ; Wenzel, G; Mohler, V
      Molecular mapping of the wheat powdery mildew resistance gene Pm24 and marker validation for molecular breeding

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    16. Pickering, RA; Malyshev, S; Kunzel, G; Johnston, PA; Korzun, V; Menke, M; Schubert, I
      Locating introgressions of Hordeum bulbosum chromatin within the H-vulgaregenome

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    17. Botha, AM; Venter, E
      Molecular marker technology linked to pest and pathogen resistance in wheat breeding

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    18. Huckelhoven, R; Fodor, J; Trujillo, M; Kogel, KH
      Barley Mla and Rar mutants compromised in the hypersensitive cell death response against Blumeria graminis f.sp hordei are modified in their ability to accumulate reactive oxygen intermediates at sites of fungal invasion

      PLANTA
    19. Jaffe, B; Caligari, PDS; Snape, JW
      A skeletal linkage map of Hordeum bulbosum L. and comparative mapping withbarley (H-vulgare L.)

      EUPHYTICA
    20. Warkentin, T; Xue, A; Sloan, A; Rashid, K; Ali-Khan, ST; Vera, C; Orr, D; Turkington, K; Clayton, G; Loeppky, G
      AC Melfort field pea

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    21. Stadnik, MJ; Buchenauer, H
      Accumulation of autofluorogenic compounds at the penetration site of Blumeria graminis f. sp tritici is associated with both benzothiadiazole-inducedand quantitative resistance of wheat

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    22. Lyngkjaer, HF; Carver, TLW
      Modification of mlo5 resistance to Blumeria graminis attack in barley as aconsequence of induced accessibility and inaccessibility

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    23. Kumar, LS
      DNA markers in plant improvement: An overview

      BIOTECHNOLOGY ADVANCES
    24. Vahl, U; Bringezu, T; Muller, G
      Gliadins as biochemical markers for Aegilops turcomanica genes in wheat lines

      PLANT BREEDING
    25. Liu, Z; Sun, Q; Ni, Z; Yang, T
      Development of SCAR markers linked to the Pm21 gene conferring resistance to powdery mildew in common wheat

      PLANT BREEDING
    26. Landjeva, S; Ganeva, G
      Identification of Aegilops ovata chromosomes added to the wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genome

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    27. Qi, X; Jiang, G; Chen, W; Niks, RE; Stam, P; Lindhout, P
      Isolate-specific QTLs for partial resistance to Puccinia hordei in barley

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    28. Keller, M; Keller, B; Schachermayr, G; Winzeler, M; Schmid, JE; Stamp, P; Messmer, MM
      Quantitative trait loci for resistance against powdery mildew in a segregating wheat x spelt population

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    29. Schwarz, G; Michalek, W; Mohler, V; Wenzel, G; Jahoor, A
      Chromosome landing at the Mla locus in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) by means of high-resolution mapping with AFLP markers

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    30. Kristensen, BK; Bloch, H; Rasmussen, SK
      Barley coleoptile peroxidases. Purification, molecular cloning, and induction by pathogens

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Kinloch, BB; Sniezko, RA; Barnes, GD; Greathouse, TE
      A major gene for resistance to white pine blister rust in western white pine from the Western Cascade Range

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    32. Zhang, LT; Pickering, R; Murray, B
      Direct measurement of recombination frequency in interspecific hybrids between Hordeum vulgare and H. bulbosum using genomic in situ hybridization

      HEREDITY
    33. Berzonsky, WA; Francki, MG
      Biochemical, molecular, and cytogenetic technologies for characterizing 1RS in wheat: A review

      EUPHYTICA
    34. Michelmore, RW; Meyers, BC
      Clusters of resistance genes in plants evolve by divergent selection and abirth-and-death process

      GENOME RESEARCH
    35. Zeller, FJ
      Improving cultivated barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) by making use of the genetic potential of wild Hordeum species

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BOTANY-ANGEWANDTE BOTANIK
    36. MORRIS SW; VERNOOIJ B; TITATARN S; STARRETT M; THOMAS S; WILTSE CC; FREDERIKSEN RA; BHANDHUFALCK A; HULBERT S; UKNES S
      INDUCED RESISTANCE RESPONSES IN MAIZE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    37. NIEWOEHNER AS; LEATH S
      VIRULENCE OF BLUMERIA-GRAMINIS F-SP TRITICI ON WINTER-WHEAT IN THE EASTERN UNITED-STATES

      Plant disease
    38. HSAM SLK; ZELLER FJ
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF GENES FOR RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW IN CULTIVATED OAT (AVENA-SATIVA L.) - 1 - GENE EG-3 IN THE CULTIVAR MOSTYN

      Plant breeding
    39. PICKERING RA; STEFFENSON BJ; HILL AM; BOROVKOVA I
      ASSOCIATION OF LEAF RUST AND POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN A RECOMBINANT-DERIVED FROM A HORDEUM-VULGARE X HORDEUM-BULBOSUM HYBRID

      Plant breeding
    40. HSAM SLK; HUANG XQ; ERNST F; HARTL L; ZELLER FJ
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF GENES FOR RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW IN COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L. EM THELL.) - 5 - ALLELES AT THE PM1 LOCUS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    41. BAKER SJ; NEWTON AC; CRABB D; GUY DC; JEFFERIES RA; MACKERRON DKL; THOMAS WTB; GURR SJ
      TEMPORARY PARTIAL BREAKDOWN OF MLO-RESISTANCE IN SPRING BARLEY BY SUDDEN RELIEF OF SOIL WATER-STRESS UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS - THE EFFECTS OF GENETIC BACKGROUND AND MLO ALLELE

      Plant Pathology
    42. MANO Y; TAKEDA K
      GENETIC-RESOURCES OF SALT TOLERANCE IN WILD HORDEUM SPECIES

      Euphytica
    43. RABINOVICH SV
      IMPORTANCE OF WHEAT-RYE TRANSLOCATIONS FOR BREEDING MODERN CULTIVARS OF TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L. (REPRINTED FROM WHEAT - PROSPECTS FOR GLOBAL IMPROVEMENT, 1998)

      Euphytica
    44. DEMISSIE A; BJORNSTAD A
      GEOGRAPHICAL, ALTITUDE AND AGROECOLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF ISOZYME AND HORDEIN GENOTYPES OF LANDRACE BARLEYS FROM ETHIOPIA - IMPLICATIONSTO GERMPLASM CONSERVATION

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    45. GILPIN MJ; PICKERING RA; FAUTRIER AG; MCNEIL DL; SZIGAT G; HILL AM; KYNAST RG
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF ANDROGENETIC, SELFED AND BACKCROSSED PLANTS PRODUCED FROM A HORDEUM-VULGARE X H-BULBOSUM HYBRID

      Plant breeding
    46. MANNINEN OM; TURPEINEN T; NISSILA E
      IDENTIFICATION OF RAPD MARKERS CLOSELY LINKED TO THE MLO-LOCUS IN BARLEY

      Plant breeding
    47. BROWNGUEDIRA GL; GILL BS; COX TS; LEATH S
      TRANSFER OF DISEASE RESISTANCE GENES FROM TRITICUM-ARARATICUM TO COMMON WHEAT

      Plant breeding
    48. KRISTENSEN BK; BRANDT J; BOJSEN K; THORDALCHRISTENSEN H; KERBY KB; COLLINGE DB; MIKKELSEN JD; RASMUSSEN SK
      EXPRESSION OF A DEFENSE-RELATED INTERCELLULAR BARLEY PEROXIDASE IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO

      PLANT SCIENCE
    49. BUSCHGES R; HOLLRICHER K; PANSTRUGA R; SIMONS G; WOLTER M; FRIJTERS A; VANDAELEN R; VANDERLEE T; DIERGAARDE P; GROENENDIJK J; TOPSCH S; VOS P; SALAMINI F; SCHULZELEFERT P
      THE BARLEY MLO GENE - A NOVEL CONTROL ELEMENT OF PLANT PATHOGEN RESISTANCE

      Cell
    50. HUANG XQ; HSAM SLK; ZELLER FJ
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF GENES FOR RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW IN COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L. EM. THELL.) .4. GENE PM24 IN CHINESE LANDRACE CHIYACAO

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    51. SUN GL; FAHIMA T; KOROL AB; TURPEINEN T; GRAMA A; RONIN YI; NEVO E
      IDENTIFICATION OF MOLECULAR MARKERS LINKED TO THE YR15 STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE GENE OF WHEAT ORIGINATED IN WILD EMMER WHEAT, TRITICUM-DICOCCOIDES

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    52. MALYSHEV SV; KARTEL NA
      MOLECULAR MARKERS IN MAPPING OF PLANT GENOMES

      Molecular biology
    53. REN SX; MCINTOSH RA; LU ZJ
      GENETIC SUPPRESSION OF THE CEREAL RYE-DERIVED GENE PM8 IN WHEAT

      Euphytica
    54. SPETSOV P; MINGEOT D; JACQUEMIN JM; SAMARDJIEVA K; MARINOVA E
      TRANSFER OF POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE FROM AGILOPS VARIABILIS INTO BREAD WHEAT

      Euphytica
    55. ZELLER FJ; HSAM SLK
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF A GENE SUPPRESSING POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE GENES PM8 AND PM17 IN COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L EM THELL)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    56. PECCHIONI N; FACCIOLI P; TOUBIARAHME H; VALE G; TERZI V
      QUANTITATIVE RESISTANCE TO BARLEY LEAF STRIPE (PYRENOPHORA-GRAMINEA) IS DOMINATED BY ONE MAJOR LOCUS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    57. WISE RP; LEE M; RAYAPATI PJ
      RECOMBINATION WITHIN A 5-CENTIMORGAN REGION IN DIPLOID AVENA REVEALS MULTIPLE SPECIFICITIES CONFERRING RESISTANCE TO PUCCINIA-CORONATA

      Phytopathology
    58. CAFFIER V; DEVALLAVIEILLEPOPE C; BROWN JKM
      SEGREGATION OF AVIRULENCES AND GENETIC-BASIS OF INFECTION TYPES IN ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS F SP HORDEI

      Phytopathology
    59. HANUSOVA R; HSAM SLK; BARTOS P; ZELLER FJ
      SUPPRESSION OF POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE GENE PM8 IN TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L (COMMON WHEAT) CULTIVARS CARRYING WHEAT-RYE TRANSLOCATION T1BL-CENTER-DOT-1RS

      Heredity
    60. IBRAHIM KM; HAYTER JBR; BARRETT JA
      FREQUENCY CHANGES IN STORAGE PROTEIN GENES IN A HYBRID BULK POPULATION OF BARLEY

      Heredity
    61. FRIEBE B; JIANG J; RAUPP WJ; MCINTOSH RA; GILL BS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT-ALIEN TRANSLOCATIONS CONFERRING RESISTANCE TO DISEASES AND PESTS - CURRENT STATUS

      Euphytica
    62. SIMMS EL
      THE EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS OF PLANT PATHOGEN SYSTEMS - UNDERSTANDING THE COEVOLUTION OF HOSTS AND PARASITES IS KEY TO UNDERSTANDING THEIR ECOLOGY

      Bioscience
    63. CLARK TA; ZEYEN RJ; CARVER TLW; SMITH AG; BUSHNELL WR
      EPIDERMAL-CELL CYTOPLASMIC EVENTS AND RESPONSE GENE TRANSCRIPT ACCUMULATION DURING ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS ATTACK IN ISOGENIC BARLEY LINES DIFFERING AT THE ML-O LOCUS

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    64. PERSAUD RR; LIPPS PE
      VIRULENCE GENES AND VIRULENCE GENE-FREQUENCIES OF BLUMERIA-GRAMINIS FSP TRITICI IN OHIO

      Plant disease
    65. STEFFENSON BJ; JIN Y; ROSSNAGEL BG; RASMUSSEN JB; KAO K
      GENETICS OF MULTIPLE DISEASE RESISTANCE IN A DOUBLED-HAPLOID POPULATION OF BARLEY

      Plant breeding
    66. MICHELMORE R
      MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO MANIPULATION OF DISEASE RESISTANCE GENES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    67. BAI D; REELEDER R; BRANDLE JE
      IDENTIFICATION OF 2 RAPD MARKERS TIGHTLY LINKED WITH THE NICOTIANA-DEBNEYI GENE FOR RESISTANCE TO BLACK ROOT-ROT OF TOBACCO

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    68. PICKERING RA; HILL AM; MICHEL M; TIMMERMANVAUGHAN GM
      THE TRANSFER OF A POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE GENE FROM HORDEUM-BULBOSUM L TO BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) CHROMOSOME-2(21)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    69. THOMAS WTB; POWELL W; WAUGH R; CHALMERS KJ; BARUA UM; JACK P; LEA V; FORSTER BP; SWANSTON JS; ELLIS RP; HANSON PR; LANCE RCM
      DETECTION OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI FOR AGRONOMIC, YIELD, GRAIN AND DISEASE CHARACTERS IN SPRING BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    70. CHEN PD; QI LL; ZHOU B; ZHANG SZ; LIU DJ
      DEVELOPMENT AND MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF WHEAT-HAYNALDIA VILLOSA 6VS 6AL TRANSLOCATION LINES SPECIFYING RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW/

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    71. POULSEN DME; HENRY RJ; JOHNSTON RP; IRWIN JAG; REES RG
      THE USE OF BULK SEGREGANT ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY A RAPD MARKER LINKED TO LEAF RUST RESISTANCE IN BARLEY

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    72. SCHACHERMAYR GM; MESSMER MM; FEUILLET C; WINZELER H; WINZELER M; KELLER B
      IDENTIFICATION OF MOLECULAR MARKERS LINKED TO THE AGROPYRON ELONGATUM-DERIVED LEAF RUST RESISTANCE GENE LR24 IN WHEAT

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    73. NEWTON AC; ANDRIVON D
      ASSUMPTIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF CURRENT GENE-FOR-GENE HYPOTHESES

      Plant Pathology
    74. JIA JZ; MILLER TE; READER SM; GALE MD
      RFLP TAGGING OF A GENE PM12 FOR POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L)

      Science in China. Series B, Chemistry, life sciences & earth sciences
    75. SKOU JP; NIELSEN BJ; HAAHR V
      EVALUATION AND IMPORTANCE OF GENETIC-RESISTANCE TO LEAF STRIPE IN WESTERN-EUROPEAN BARLEYS

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section B, Soil and plant science
    76. DESCENZO RA; WISE RP; MAHADEVAPPA M
      HIGH-RESOLUTION MAPPING OF THE HOR1 MLA/HOR2 REGION ON CHROMOSOME 5S IN BARLEY/

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    77. MARAIS GF; HORN M; DUTOIT F
      INTERGENERIC TRANSFER (RYE TO WHEAT) OF A GENES FOR RUSSIAN WHEAT APHID RESISTANCE

      Plant breeding
    78. JIANG J; FRIEBE B; GILL BS
      CHROMOSOME PAINTING OF AMIGO WHEAT

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    79. WILLIAMS KJ; FISHER JM; LANGRIDGE P
      IDENTIFICATION OF RFLP MARKERS LINKED TO THE CEREAL CYST-NEMATODE RESISTANCE GENE (CRE) IN WHEAT

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    80. IGNATIUS SMJ; CHOPRA RK; MUTHUKRISHNAN S
      EFFECTS OF FUNGAL INFECTION AND WOUNDING ON THE EXPRESSION OF CHITINASES AND BETA-1,3 GLUCANASES IN NEAR-ISOGENIC LINES OF BARLEY

      Physiologia Plantarum
    81. FRIEBE B; GILL BS
      C-BAND POLYMORPHISM AND STRUCTURAL REARRANGEMENTS DETECTED IN COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM)

      Euphytica
    82. ZELLER FJ; FELSENSTEIN FG; LUTZ J; HOLZERLAND A; KATZHAMMER M; KELLERMANN A; KUNZLER J; STEPHAN U; OPPITZ K
      STUDIES ON THE RESISTANCE OF SEVERAL SPEL T WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM (L) THELL F-SP SPELTA (L) THELL) CULTIVARS AGAINST WHEAT POWDERY MILDEW (ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS F-SP TRITICI) AND LEAF RUST OF WHEAT (PUCCINIA-RECONDITA F-SP TRITICI)

      Die Bodenkultur
    83. GOULDEN DS; SCOTT RE
      CULTIVAR RELEASE TROUNCE GARDEN PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM L)

      New Zealand journal of crop and horticultural science
    84. VAHL U; MULLER G; BOHME T
      ELECTROPHORETIC PROTEIN-ANALYSIS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF DOUBLED HAPLOID 1A-1R, 1B-1R WHEAT-RYE DOUBLE TRANSLOCATION LINES AND FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THEIR GENETIC STABILITY

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    85. FAUTH R; HOFFMANN GM
      DETERMINATION OF QUANTITATIVE RESISTANCE OF WHEAT GENOTYPES AGAINST ERYSIPHE-GRAMINIS F SP TRITICI BY ANALYSIS OF THE AMOUNT OF POSTINFECTIONALLY PRODUCED ETHYLENE

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz


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