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Transcriptome Sequencing in a Tibetan Barley Landrace with High Resistance to Powdery Mildew
Hulless barley is an important cereal crop worldwide, especially in Tibet of China. However, this crop is usually susceptible to powdery mildew caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei. In thisExpand
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Genome-wide dissection of co-selected UV-B responsive pathways in the UV-B adaptation of qingke.
Qingke (Tibetan hulless barley) has long been cultivated and exposed to long-term and strong UV-B radiation on the Tibetan Plateau, which renders it an ideal target for elucidating novel UV-BExpand
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Effect of wide variation of the Waxy gene on starch properties in hull-less barley from Qinghai-Tibet plateau in China.
Granule-bound starch synthase I (GBSS I) plays an important role in the synthesis of amylose and in the determination of starch properties in barley grains. Genomic DNAs for the Waxy gene encodingExpand
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An improved high-quality genome assembly and annotation of Tibetan hulless barley
Hulless barley ( Hordeum vulgare L. var. nudum ) is a barley variety that has loose husk cover of the caryopses. Because of the ease in processing and edibility, hulless barley has been locallyExpand
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Comparative proteomics analysis of Tibetan hull-less barley under osmotic stress via data-independent acquisition mass spectrometry
  • Yulin Wang, Zha Sang, +4 authors H. Yuan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • GigaScience
  • 1 March 2020
Abstract Background Tibetan hull-less barley (Hordeum vulgare L. var. nudum) is one of the primary crops cultivated in the mountains of Tibet and encounters low temperature, high salinity, andExpand
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Comparative proteomic analysis of hulless barley cultivars (Hordeum vulgare L.) differing distinctly in β-glucan content
Abstract The hulless barley planted in Tibetan area, China (also called highland barley) is well known for their high β-glucan content. This study investigated the proteomics of three highland barleyExpand
Effects of Two Starch Synthase IIa Isoforms on Grain Components and Other Grain Traits in Barley.
  • Zhifen Pan, X. Deng, +6 authors Zhongyi Li
  • Medicine
  • Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
  • 22 January 2021
Starch biosynthesis in cereal crops is a complex pathway regulated by multiple starch synthetic enzymes. Starch synthase IIa (SSIIa) is well-known to be one of the major starch synthases and is veryExpand
Comparative analysis of H3K4 and H3K27 trimethylations in two contrasting Tibetan hulless barely varieties on powdery mildew infection
Powdery mildew has been recognized as a destructive foliar disease for Tibetan hulless barley and causes huge economic losses every year. However, little is known about the genetic and molecularExpand
Quantitative Proteome Profiling Provides Insight into the Proteins Associated with β-Glucan Accumulation in Hull-less Barley Grains.
The hull-less barley (Qingke) is widely planted as a staple food crop in the Tibetan area, China, and the grains contains high content of β-glucan (BG). The mechanisms of BG synthesis andExpand