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The draft genome of Tibetan hulless barley reveals adaptive patterns to the high stressful Tibetan Plateau
Significance The draft genome of Tibetan hulless barley provides a robust framework to better understand Poaceae evolution and a substantial basis for functional genomics of crop species with a largeExpand
Origin and evolution of qingke barley in Tibet
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It is shown that contemporary qingke is derived from eastern domesticated barley and it is introduced to southern Tibet most likely via north Pakistan, India, and Nepal between 4,500 and 3,500 years ago. Expand
A Single Nucleotide Polymorphism of Nud Converts the Caryopsis Type of Barley (Hordeum Vulgare L.)
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Evidence of a new origin of the naked phenotype of domesticated barley in Tibet is provided, and in silico prediction of functionally conserved sites and 3D structures showed that the amino acid substitution caused by SNP T643A may lead to a dramatic structural alteration of NUD that may result in loss of function. Expand
Time-Course Comparative Metabolite Profiling under Osmotic Stress in Tolerant and Sensitive Tibetan Hulless Barley
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A total of 22 diverse compounds were constantly and exclusively regulated in XL, representing novel stress tolerance biomarkers which may help improving stress tolerance, especially drought, in hulless barley. Expand
Comparative Transcriptome Analysis Revealed Genes Commonly Responsive to Varied Nitrate Stress in Leaves of Tibetan Hulless Barley
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Comprehensive comparison analysis suggested that Tibetan hulless barley could respond to varied N stress by regulating multiple common biological processes and pathways such as nitrogen metabolism, carbon metabolism, and photosynthesis. Expand
A microsatellite diversity analysis and the development of core-set germplasm in a large hulless barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) collection
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The results provided additional insight into the genetic structure in a large barley germplasm resource, from which an easily manageable barley core set was identified, demonstrating the great potential for discovering key QTLs and ultimately facilitating barley breeding progress. Expand
Transcriptome analysis revealed the drought-responsive genes in Tibetan hulless barley
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Findings indicate that the responses of hulless barley to drought stress shows differences in the pathways and genes activated, which might be profitable for future drought tolerance improvement in barley and other crops. Expand
Gene coexpression network analysis combined with metabonomics reveals the resistance responses to powdery mildew in Tibetan hulless barley
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This study enabled the identification of Bgh responsive genes and provided new insights into the dynamic physiological changes that occur in Qingke during response to powdery mildew, and will provide new clues for the development of resistant Tibetan hulless barley varieties. Expand
Transcriptome Sequencing in a Tibetan Barley Landrace with High Resistance to Powdery Mildew
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Results indicated a complex process of barley response to powdery mildew infection, with significant expressions of three pathways, namely, “ photosynthesis,” “plant-pathogen interaction,’ and “photosynthesis-antenna proteins” had significant matches in the database. Expand
Genome-wide dissection of co-selected UV-B responsive pathways in the UV-B adaptation of qingke.
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A comprehensive metabolite profiling and metabolite-based genome-wide association study using 196 diverse qingke and barley accessions demonstrated both constitutive and induced accumulation, and common genetic regulation, of metabolites of the different phenylpropanoid branches in UV-B protection. Expand
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