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Proteomic analysis of middle and late stages of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grain development
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Proteomic approaches were applied in four grain developmental stages of the Chinese bread wheat Yunong 201 and its ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS) mutant line Yunong 3114 to provide valuable information for dissection of molecular and genetics basis of yield-related traits in bread wheat.
The Wheat 660K SNP array demonstrates great potential for marker‐assisted selection in polyploid wheat
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The Wheat 660K SNP array could act as a substitute for other 6 arrays and shows promise for a wide range of possible applications and may be the best choice for targeted genotyping and marker‐assisted selection in wheat genetic improvement.
Investigation and genome-wide association study for Fusarium crown rot resistance in Chinese common wheat
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The results indicated that most cultivars evaluated showed FCR disease index of 40–60, while some cultivars showed stably good FCR resistance (DI < 30), and the 6A QTL in the UC1110/PI610750 population falls into the same chromosomal region as those detected from GWAS, demonstrating its importance in Chinese materials for F CR resistance.
iTRAQ and virus-induced gene silencing revealed three proteins involved in cold response in bread wheat
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Results indicate that Hsp90, BBI, and REP14 potentially play vital roles in conferring cold tolerance in bread wheat by comparing the differentially accumulated proteins from the derivatives in the F10 recombinant inbred line population which differed in cold-tolerance.
Combined Small RNA and Degradome Sequencing Reveals Novel MiRNAs and Their Targets in the High-Yield Mutant Wheat Strain Yunong 3114
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It is suggested that miRNAs may be necessary to obtain an optimal wheat structure in the mutant strain Yunong 3114, and targeted gene annotation and previous results indicated that this set of mi RNAs is related to plant structure.
Identification of Winter-Responsive Proteins in Bread Wheat Using Proteomics Analysis and Virus-Induced Gene Silencing (VIGS) *
Proteomic approaches were applied to identify protein spots involved in cold responses in wheat. By comparing the differentially accumulated proteins from two cultivars (UC1110 and PI 610750) and
Comprehensive profiling of lysine ubiquitome reveals diverse functions of lysine ubiquitination in common wheat
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A global view of the ubiquitome in common wheat for the first time is provided and lays a foundation for exploring the physiological role of lysine ubiquitination in wheat and other plants.
Identification of Proteins Using iTRAQ and Virus-Induced Gene Silencing Reveals Three Bread Wheat Proteins Involved in the Response to Combined Osmotic-Cold Stress.
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Quantitative real-time PCR analysis indicated that abiotic stresses increased the expression of three candidate protein genes, i.e., TaGRP2, CDCP, and Wcor410c in wheat leaves, which indicated that three genes were involved in modulating osmotic-cold stress in common wheat.
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