Xiaorong Shen

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Powdery resistance putatively derived from Thinopyrum intermedium in the wheat line L962 is controlled by a single dominant gene designated PmL962 and mapped to chromosome arm 2BS. Powdery mildew, caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici (Bgt), is a destructive disease affecting the production of wheat (Triticum aestivum). Powdery mildew resistance was(More)
Wheat lines with shortened Th. ponticum chromatin carrying Fhb7 and molecular markers linked to Fhb7 will accelerate the transfer of Fhb7 to breeding lines and provide an important resource for future map-based cloning of this gene. Fusarium head blight is a major wheat disease globally. A major FHB resistance gene, designated as Fhb7, derived from(More)
Spin state controlling has always been a focus of intensive studies due to its importance for novel effect exploration and information technology. Complex oxides with competitive mechanisms are suitable objects of study for this purpose due to their susceptibility to external stimuli. Perovskite cobaltate La(1-x)Sr(x)CoO3 is one of such oxides. Combined(More)
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