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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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Biological and structural characterization of the Mycobacterium smegmatis nitroreductase NfnB, and its role in benzothiazinone resistance
Tuberculosis is still a leading cause of death in developing countries, for which there is an urgent need for new pharmacological agents. The synthesis of the novel antimycobacterial drug class ofExpand
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Transferability of wheat microsatellites to diploid Aegilops species and determination of chromosomal localizations of microsatellites in the S genome.
Overall, 253 genomic wheat (Triticum aestivum) microsatellite markers were studied for their transferability to the diploid species Aegilops speltoides, Aegilops longissima, and Aegilops searsii,Expand
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FRIZZY PANICLE Drives Supernumerary Spikelets in Bread Wheat1
Wheat transcription factors located on chromosome group 2 drive the yield-related production of supernumerary spikelets. Bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) inflorescences, or spikes, areExpand
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Microsatellite mapping of the induced sphaerococcoid mutation genes in Triticum aestivum
Abstract The S1, S2 and S3 genes of the induced sphaerococcoid mutation in common wheat (Triticum aestivum) were mapped using three different F2 populations consisting of 71–96 individual plants.Expand
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Elimination of a tandem repeat of telomeric heterochromatin during the evolution of wheat
Abstract An analysis of accessions of Triticum and Aegilops species (86 diploid, 91 tetraploid and 109 hexaploid) was performed using squash-dot hybridization with the tandem repeat Spelt1 sequenceExpand
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Wheat genome structure: translocations during the course of polyploidization
The genomic organization of Triticum timopheevii (2n=28, AtAtGG) was compared with hexaploid wheat T. aestivum (2n=42, AABBDD) by comparative mapping using microsatellites derived from bread wheat.Expand
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SNP markers: Methods of analysis, ways of development, and comparison on an example of common wheat
SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms), which belong to the last-generation molecular markers, occur at high frequencies in both animal and plant genomes. The development of SNP markers allows toExpand
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Genetic diversity of spring wheat from Kazakhstan and Russia for resistance to stem rust Ug99
The spring wheat belt of Western Siberia and Northern Kazakhstan covers more than 15 million ha. While moisture stress is the main factor limiting production, rusts also represent a major challenge,Expand
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Molecular Analysis of the Triticale Lines with Different Vrn Gene Systems Using Microsatellite Markers and Hybridization In Situ
Hexaploid triticale (×Triticosecale Wittmack) lines were examined using molecular markers and the hybridization in situ technique. Triticale lines were generated based on wheat varieties differing byExpand
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