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    1. Knox, MR; Ellis, THN
      Stability and inheritance of methylation states at PstI sites in Pisum

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    2. Perez-Garcia, A; Olalla, L; Rivera, E; Del Pino, D; Canovas, I; De Vicente, A; Tores, JA
      Development of Sphaerotheca fusca on susceptible, resistant, and temperature-sensitive resistant melon cultivars

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    3. Jood, S; Schofield, JD; Tsiami, AA; Bollecker, S
      Effect of glutenin subfractions on bread-making quality of wheat

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    4. Havlickova, H
      Screening of productive Czech winter wheat cultivars on resistance to aphids

      ROSTLINNA VYROBA
    5. Reid, RJ
      Mechanisms of micronutrient uptake in plants

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Rout, GR; Samantaray, S; Das, P
      Aluminium toxicity in plants: a review

      AGRONOMIE
    7. Yang, YH; Chen, SM; Abdullahi, BA
      Alleviation effect of different ratios of Al to Ca on Al toxicity for morphological growth of mungbean seedling

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    8. Yang, YH; Chen, SM
      Physiological effects of aluminum/calcium ratios on aluminum toxicity of mungbean seedling growth

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    9. Fan, LJ; Hu, BM; Shi, CH; Wu, JG
      A method of choosing locations based on genotype x environment interactionfor regional trials of rice

      PLANT BREEDING
    10. Bean, SR; Lookhart, GL
      Recent developments in high-performance capillary electrophoresis of cereal proteins

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    11. Vazquez, MM; Azcon, R; Barea, JM
      Compatibility of a wild type and its genetically modified Sinorhizobium strain with two mycorrhizal fungi on Medicago species as affected by drought stress

      PLANT SCIENCE
    12. Nyachiro, JM; Briggs, KG; Hoddinott, J; Johnson-Flanagan, AM
      Chlorophyll content, chlorophyll fluorescence and water deficit in spring wheat

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    13. Fagundes, JL; da Silva, SC; Pedreira, CGS; Carnevalli, RA; de Carvalho, CAB; Sbrissia, AF; Pinto, LFD
      Leaf area index, light extinction coefficient and herbage accumulation in Cynodon spp. swards under continuous stocking management

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    14. Nguyen, VT; Burow, MD; Nguyen, HT; Le, BT; Le, TD; Paterson, AH
      Molecular mapping of genes conferring aluminum tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    15. Jeger, MJ; Viljanen-Rollinson, SLH
      The use of the area under the disease-progress curve (AUDPC) to assess quantitative disease resistance in crop cultivars

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    16. Bertin, P; Gregoire, D; Massart, S; de Froidmont, D
      Genetic diversity among European cultivated spelt revealed by microsatellites

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    17. El Arab, HGD; Vilich, V; Sikora, RA
      The use of phospholipid fatty acids (PL-FA) in the determination of rhizosphere specific microbial communities (RSMC) of two wheat cultivars

      PLANT AND SOIL
    18. Winkel, T; Payne, W; Renno, JF
      Ontogeny modifies the effects of water stress on stomatal control, leaf area duration and biomass partitioning of Pennisetum glaucum

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    19. Ruckenbauer, P; Buerstmayr, H; Lemmens, M
      Present strategies in resistance breeding against scab (Fusarium spp.)

      EUPHYTICA
    20. Schultz, PA; Miller, RM; Jastrow, JD; Rivetta, CV; Bever, JD
      Evidence of a mycorrhizal mechanism for the adaptation of Andropogon gerardii (Poaceae) to high- and low-nutrient prairies

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    21. Chelkowski, J; Kaptur, P; Tomkowiak, M; Kostecki, M; Golinski, P; Ponitka, A; Slusarkiewicz-Jarzina, A; Bocianowski, A
      Moniliformin accumulation in kernels of triticale accessions inoculated with Fusarium avenaceum, in Poland

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    22. O'Donovan, JT; Harker, KN; Clayton, GW; Hall, LM
      Wild oat (Avena fatua) interference in barley (Hordeum vulgare) is influenced by barley variety and seeding rate

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    23. Feillet, P; Autran, JC; Icard-Verniere, C
      Pasta brownness: An assessment

      JOURNAL OF CEREAL SCIENCE
    24. Takata, K; Yamauchi, H; Nishio, Z; Kuwabara, T
      Effect of high molecular weight glutenin subunits on bread-making quality using near-isogenic lines

      BREEDING SCIENCE
    25. Yildirim, A; Jones, SS; Murray, TD; Line, RF
      Evaluation of Dasypyrum villosum populations for resistance to cereal eyespot and stripe rust pathogens

      PLANT DISEASE
    26. Lisitsyn, EM
      Intravarietal level of aluminum resistance in cereal crops

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    27. Mentewab, A; Rezanoor, HN; Gosman, N; Worland, AJ; Nicholson, P
      Chromosomal location of Fusarium head blight resistance genes and analysisof the relationship between resistance to head blight and brown foot rot

      PLANT BREEDING
    28. Nyachiro, JM; Briggs, KG
      Electrolyte leakage and water deficit in wheat grown in a growth room environment

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    29. Jurkovic, Z; Sudar, R; Drezner, G; Horvat, D
      The HMW glutenin subunit composition of OS wheat cultivars and their relationship with bread-making quality

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    30. Kuktaite, R; Johansson, E; Juodeikiene, G
      Composition and concentration of proteins in Lithuanian wheat cultivars: relationships with bread-making quality

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    31. Atienza, SG; Gimenez, MJ; Martin, A; Martin, LM
      Variability in monomeric prolamins in Hordeum chilense

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    32. Shim, SI; Jorgensen, RB
      Genetic structure in cultivated and wild carrots (Daucus carota L.) revealed by AFLP analysis

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    33. Mugai, EN; Agong, SG; Matsumoto, H
      Aluminium tolerance mechanisms in Phaseolus vulgaris L.: Citrate synthase activity and TTC reduction are well correlated with citrate secretion

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    34. Thomine, S; Wang, RC; Ward, JM; Crawford, NM; Schroeder, JI
      Cadmium and iron transport by members of a plant metal transporter family in Arabidopsis with homology to Nramp genes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    35. Anjum, FM; Lookhart, GL; Walker, CE
      High-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Pakistani hard whitespring wheats grown at three locations for 2 years and its relationship with end-use quality characteristics

      JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
    36. Davierwala, AP; Chowdari, KV; Kumar, S; Reddy, APK; Ranjekar, PK; Gupta, VS
      Use of three different marker systems to estimate genetic diversity of Indian elite rice varieties

      GENETICA
    37. Cui, ZL; Carter, TE; Burton, JW
      Genetic diversity patterns in Chinese soybean cultivars based on coefficient of parentage

      CROP SCIENCE
    38. Zhou, XL; Carter, TE; Cui, ZL; Miyazaki, S; Burton, JW
      Genetic base of Japanese soybean cultivars released during 1950 to 1988

      CROP SCIENCE
    39. Cui, ZL; Carter, TE; Burton, JW
      Genetic base of 651 Chinese soybean cultivars released during 1923 to 1995

      CROP SCIENCE
    40. Tang, Y; Sorrells, ME; Kochian, LV; Garvin, DF
      Identification of RFLP markers linked to the barley aluminum tolerance gene Alp

      CROP SCIENCE
    41. Kamali, MRJ; Boyd, WJR
      Quantifying the growth and development of commercial barley cultivars overtwo contrasting growing seasons in Western Australia

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    42. Egli, DB; Bruening, WP
      Potential of early-maturing soybean cultivars in late plantings

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    43. Heidenreich, SC; Kruse, M; Steiner, AM
      Verification of perennial ryegrass blends (Lolium perenne L.) using bulk seed storage protein electrophoresis

      PLANT VARIETIES AND SEEDS
    44. Petersson, S; Schnurer, J
      Growth of Penicillium roqueforti, P-carneum, and P-paneum during malfunctioning airtight storage of high-moisture grain cultivars

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    45. Thompson, JP; Brennan, PS; Clewett, TG; Sheedy, JG; Seymour, NP
      Progress in breeding wheat for tolerance and resistance to root-lesion nematode (Pratylenchus thornei)

      AUSTRALASIAN PLANT PATHOLOGY
    46. Takata, K; Yamauchi, H; Iriki, N; Kuwabara, T
      Prediction of bread-making quality by prolonged swelling SDS-sedimentationtest

      BREEDING SCIENCE
    47. Tolera, A; Berg, T; Sundstol, F
      The effect of variety on maize grain and crop residue yield and nutritive value of the stover

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    48. Lazof, DB; Holland, MJ
      Evaluation of the aluminium-induced root growth inhibition in isolation from low pH effects in Glycine max, Pisum sativum and Phaseolus vulgaris

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    49. Ozkan, H; Genc, I; Yagbasanlar, T; Toklu, F
      Stress tolerance in hexaploid spring triticale under Mediterranean environment

      PLANT BREEDING
    50. Iser, M; Fettig, S; Scheyhing, F; Viertel, K; Hess, D
      Genotype-dependent stable genetic transformation in German spring wheat varieties selected for high regeneration potential

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    51. Smith, KP; Goodman, RM
      Host variation for interactions with beneficial plant-associated microbes

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    52. Legere, A; Bai, YG
      Competitive attributes of A-sativa, T-aestivum, and H-vulgare are conserved in no-till cropping systems

      WEED SCIENCE
    53. Abayomi, YA; Wright, D
      Effects of water stress on growth and yield of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars

      TROPICAL AGRICULTURE
    54. Skinner, RH; Hanson, JD; Benjamin, JG
      Nitrogen uptake and partitioning under alternate- and every-furrow irrigation

      PLANT AND SOIL
    55. Ma, JF; Yamamoto, R; Nevins, DJ; Matsumoto, H; Brown, PH
      Al binding in the epidermis cell wall inhibits cell elongation of okra hypocotyl

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    56. Chen, XM; Line, RF
      Recessive genes for resistance to Puccinia striiformis f. sp. hordei in barley

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    57. Smith, KP; Handelsman, J; Goodman, RM
      Genetic basis in plants for interactions with disease-suppressive bacteria

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    58. Leitch, MH; Kurt, O
      Effects of plant growth regulators on stem extension and yield components of linseed (Linum usitatissimum)

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    59. Evans, LT; Fischer, RA
      Yield potential: Its definition, measurement, and significance

      CROP SCIENCE
    60. Van Esbroeck, GA; Bowman, DT; May, OL; Calhoun, DS
      Genetic similarity indices for ancestral cotton cultivars and their impacton genetic diversity estimates of modern cultivars

      CROP SCIENCE
    61. Giersch, TM; Hill, AS; Skerritt, JH
      Development of a panel of specific monoclonal antibodies to high molecularweight glutenin subunits and their application in genetic screening

      CEREAL CHEMISTRY
    62. Briggs, KG; Kiplagat, OK; Johnson-Flanagan, AM
      Effects of pre-anthesis moisture stress on floret sterility in some semi-dwarf and conventional height spring wheat cultivars

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    63. COLLAR C; ARMERO E; MARTINEZ J
      LIPID-BINDING OF FORMULA BREAD DOUGHS - RELATIONSHIPS WITH DOUGH AND BREAD TECHNOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR LEBENSMITTEL-UNTERSUCHUNG UND-FORSCHUNG A-FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    64. GALOVA Z; SMOLKOVA H; MICHALIK I; GREGOVA E
      PREDICTION OF BREADMAKING QUALITY OF WHEA T-GRAIN ON THE BASE OF ELECTROPHORETIC SPECTRA OF HMW GLUTENIN SUBUNITS

      Rostlinna vyroba
    65. HAVLICKOVA H; MORAVCOVA J
      SUGAR METABOLISM OF WINTER-WHEAT CULTIVARS STRESSED BY CEREAL APHIDS

      Rostlinna vyroba
    66. HAVLICKOVA H; CVIKROVA M; EDER J; HRUBCOVA M
      ALTERATIONS IN THE LEVELS OF PHENOLICS AND PEROXIDASE-ACTIVITIES INDUCED BY RHOPALOSIPHUM-PADI (L) IN 2 WINTER-WHEAT CULTIVARS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    67. NIKLAS KJ
      EFFECTS OF VIBRATION ON MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES AND BIOMASS ALLOCATION PATTERN OF CAPSELLA-BURSA-PASTORIS (CRUCIFERAE)

      Annals of botany (Print)
    68. Bryla, DR; Koide, RT
      Mycorrhizal response of two tomato genotypes relates to their ability to acquire and utilize phosphorus

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    69. ZORNOZA P; GONZALEZ M
      VARIETAL SPECIFICITY IN GROWTH, NITROGEN UPTAKE, AND DISTRIBUTION UNDER CONTRASTING FORMS OF NITROGEN SUPPLY IN SPINACH

      Journal of plant nutrition
    70. Munoz, P; Voltas, J; Araus, JL; Igartua, E; Romagosa, I
      Changes over time in the adaptation of barley releases in north-eastern Spain

      PLANT BREEDING
    71. VIERTEL K; SCHMID A; ISER M; HESS D
      REGENERATION OF GERMAN SPRING WHEAT-VARIETIES FROM EMBRYOGENIC SCUTELLAR CALLUS

      Journal of plant physiology
    72. VILJANENROLLINSON SLH; GAUNT RE; FRAMPTON CMA; FALLOON RE; MCNEIL DL
      COMPONENTS OF QUANTITATIVE RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW (ERYSIPHE-PISI) IN PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM)

      Plant Pathology
    73. URBANSKA A; TJALLINGII WF; DIXON AFG; LESZCZYNSKI B
      PHENOL OXIDIZING ENZYMES IN THE GRAIN APHIDS SALIVA

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    74. OYANAGI A
      A NEW APPROACH TO CROP ROOT SYSTEMS WITH QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THEROOT DEPTH

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    75. BUSHAMUKA VN; ZOBEL RW
      MAIZE AND SOYBEAN TAP, BASAL, AND LATERAL ROOT RESPONSES TO A STRATIFIED ACID, ALUMINUM-TOXIC SOIL

      Crop science
    76. MENDOZA J; BORIE F
      EFFECT OF GLOMUS-ETUNICATUM INOCULATION ON ALUMINUM, PHOSPHORUS, CALCIUM, AND MAGNESIUM UPTAKE OF 2 BARLEY GENOTYPES WITH DIFFERENT ALUMINUM TOLERANCE

      Communications in soil science and plant analysis
    77. XAVIER LJC; GERMIDA JJ
      RESPONSE OF SPRING WHEAT CULTIVARS TO GLOMUS-CLARUM NT4 IN A P-DEFICIENT SOIL CONTAINING ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI

      Canadian Journal of Soil Science
    78. SIDDIQUE KHM; LOSS SP; PRITCHARD DL; REGAN KL; TENNANT D; JETTNER RL; WILKINSON D
      ADAPTATION OF LENTIL (LENS-CULINARIS MEDIK.) TO MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE ENVIRONMENTS - EFFECT OF TIME OF SOWING ON GROWTH, YIELD, AND WATER-USE

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    79. Khan, MR; Athar, M
      Effect of Anguina tritici on the growth and yield of wheat cultivars

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    80. ARAUS JL; FEBRERO A; BUXO R; CAMALICH MD; MARTIN D; MOLINA F; RODRIGUEZARIZA MO; ROMAGOSA I
      CHANGES IN CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION IN GRAIN CEREALS FROM DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN BASIN DURING THE PAST 7 MILLENNIA - PALEOENVIRONMENTAL EVIDENCE OF A DIFFERENTIAL CHANGE IN ARIDITYDURING THE LATE HOLOCENE

      Global change biology
    81. SONTAGSTROHM T
      GLIADIN AND GLUTENIN SUBUNIT ALLELES ON GROUP-1 CHROMOSOMES IN FINNISH SPRING WHEATS

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section B, Soil and plant science
    82. LOSS SP; SIDDIQUE KHM; TENNANT D
      ADAPTATION OF FABA BEAN (VICIA-FABA L.) TO DRYLAND MEDITERRANEAN-TYPEENVIRONMENTS .3. WATER-USE AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY

      Field crops research
    83. THOMSON BD; SIDDIQUE KHM
      GRAIN LEGUME SPECIES IN LOW RAINFALL MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE ENVIRONMENTS .2. CANOPY DEVELOPMENT, RADIATION INTERCEPTION, AND DRY-MATTER PRODUCTION

      Field crops research
    84. LOSS SP; SIDDIQUE KHM
      ADAPTATION OF FABA-BEAN (VICIA-FABA L) TO DRYLAND MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE ENVIRONMENTS .1. SEED YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS

      Field crops research
    85. LOSS SP; SIDDIQUE KHM; MARTIN LD
      ADAPTATION OF FABA-BEAN (VICIA-FABA L) TO DRYLAND MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE ENVIRONMENTS .2. PHENOLOGY, CANOPY DEVELOPMENT, RADIATION ABSORBTION AND BIOMASS PARTITIONING

      Field crops research
    86. HAVLICKOVA H
      CHARACTER AND EXTENT OF DAMAGE TO WINTER-WHEAT CULTIVARS CAUSED BY CEREAL APHIDS

      Rostlinna vyroba
    87. HAVLICKOVA H
      DIFFERENCES IN LEVEL OF TOLERANCE TO CEREAL APHIDS IN 5 WINTER-WHEAT CULTIVARS

      Rostlinna vyroba
    88. RANIERI A; TOGNINI M; TOZZI C; BARBATO R; SOLDATINI GF
      CHANGES IN THE THYLAKOID PROTEIN PATTERN IN SUNFLOWER PLANTS AS A RESULT OF OZONE FUMIGATION

      Journal of plant physiology
    89. NETO MTC
      BARLEY GROWN UNDER LIMITING WATER CONDITIONS

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira
    90. JORGE RA; ARRUDA P
      ALUMINUM-INDUCED ORGANIC-ACIDS EXUDATION BY ROOTS OF AN ALUMINUM-TOLERANT TROPICAL MAIZE

      Phytochemistry
    91. SAXENA DC; RAO UJSP; RAO PH
      INDIAN WHEAT CULTIVARS - CORRELATION BETWEEN QUALITY OF GLUTEN PROTEINS, RHEOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DOUGH AND TANDOORI ROTI QUALITY

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    92. VANLEUR JAG; ALAMDAR MZ; KHAWATMI S
      EFFECT OF COMMON ROOT-ROT (COCHLIOBOLUS-SATIVUS) ON YIELDS OF BARLEY UNDER EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS IN NORTHERN SYRIA

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    93. FATHI G; MCDONALD GK; LANCE RCM
      EFFECTS OF POSTANTHESIS WATER-STRESS ON THE YIELD AND GRAIN PROTEIN-CONCENTRATION OF BARLEY GROWN AT 2 LEVELS OF NITROGEN

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    94. PAPONOV I; AUFHAMMER W; KAUL HP; EHMELE FP
      NITROGEN EFFICIENCY COMPONENTS OF WINTER CEREALS

      European journal of agronomy
    95. ALMANA HA; MAHMOUD RM
      EVALUATION OF DURUM-WHEAT CULTIVARS GROWN IN SAUDI-ARABIA AND THEIR FLOUR PERFORMANCE FOR SPAGHETTI-MAKING QUALITY

      Arab Gulf journal of scientific research
    96. KRISHNAMURTI GSR; HUANG PM; VANREES KCJ
      STUDIES ON SOIL RHIZOSPHERE - SPECIATION AND AVAILABILITY OF CD

      Chemical speciation and bioavailability
    97. DEJONG GIW; VANDENBERG C; KOKELAAR AJ
      WATER-VAPOR SORPTION BEHAVIOR OF ORIGINAL AND DEFATTED WHEAT GLUTEN

      International journal of food science & technology
    98. SCHITTENHELM S; OKENO JA; FRIEDT W
      PROSPECTS OF AGRONOMIC IMPROVEMENT IN SPRING BARLEY-BASED ON A COMPARISON OF OLD AND NEW GERMPLASM

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    99. HAVLICKOVA H
      DIFFERENCES IN WINTER-WHEAT CULTIVARS IN APHID INFESTATION IN RELATIONSHIP TO BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

      Rostlinna vyroba
    100. HAVLICKOVA H; CVIKROVA M; EDER J
      PHENOLIC-ACIDS IN WHEAT CULTIVARS IN RELATION TO PLANT SUITABILITY FOR AND RESPONSE TO CEREAL APHIDS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz


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