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A NAC Gene Regulating Senescence Improves Grain Protein, Zinc, and Iron Content in Wheat
Enhancing the nutritional value of food crops is a means of improving human nutrition and health. We report here the positional cloning of Gpc-B1, a wheat quantitative trait locus associated withExpand
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Shifting the limits in wheat research and breeding using a fully annotated reference genome
Insights from the annotated wheat genome Wheat is one of the major sources of food for much of the world. However, because bread wheat's genome is a large hybrid mix of three separate subgenomes, itExpand
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A Kinase-START Gene Confers Temperature-Dependent Resistance to Wheat Stripe Rust
Stripe rust is a devastating fungal disease that afflicts wheat in many regions of the world. New races of Puccinia striiformis, the pathogen responsible for this disease, have overcome most of theExpand
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Regulation of flowering in temperate cereals.
Long exposure to cold (vernalization) accelerates flowering in winter cereals, a process regulated by the VRN1 (approximately AP1), VRN2, and VRN3 (approximately FT) vernalization genes. FloweringExpand
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Precise mapping of a locus affecting grain protein content in durum wheat
Grain protein content (GPC) is an important factor in pasta and breadmaking quality, and in human nutrition. It is also an important trait for wheat growers because premium prices are frequently paidExpand
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A high-density, SNP-based consensus map of tetraploid wheat as a bridge to integrate durum and bread wheat genomics and breeding.
Consensus linkage maps are important tools in crop genomics. We have assembled a high-density tetraploid wheat consensus map by integrating 13 data sets from independent biparental populationsExpand
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Wild emmer genome architecture and diversity elucidate wheat evolution and domestication
Genomics and domestication of wheat Modern wheat, which underlies the diet of many across the globe, has a long history of selection and crosses among different species. Avni et al. used the Hi-CExpand
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High-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) stripe rust resistance gene Yr36 from Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccoides is closely linked to the grain protein content locus Gpc-B1
Several new races of the stripe rust pathogen have become frequent throughout the wheat growing regions of the United States since 2000. These new races are virulent to most of the wheat seedlingExpand
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Physical map of the wheat high-grain protein content gene Gpc-B1 and development of a high-throughput molecular marker.
Grain protein content (GPC) is important for human nutrition and has a strong influence on pasta and bread quality. A quantitative trait locus, derived from a Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccoidesExpand
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Multiple QTL‐effects of wheat Gpc‐B1 locus on grain protein and micronutrient concentrations
Micronutrient malnutrition afflicts over three bill ion people worldwide and the numbers are continuously increasing. Developing genetically micronutrient-enriched cereals, which are the predominantExpand
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