April 15, 2024

T-CAP Publications

Publications acknowledging T-CAP support

Publications acknowledging TCAP support

Total to date:  277

TCAP year 1 (2011, 27 publications)

  1. Baenziger P.S., I. Salah , R. S. Little, D. K. Santra, T. Regassa, M. Y. Wang. 2011. Structuring an efficient organic wheat breeding program. Sustainability 3:1190-1206.
  2. Blake, N.K., S.P. Lanning, J.E. Berg, P. L. Bruckner, J.D. Sherman, and L.E. Talbert. 2011. Registration of spring and winter habit wheat lines derived from elite cultivars of the alternate growth habit. J. Plant Reg. 5:418-421.
  3. Cantu, D., M. Govindarajulu, A. Kozik, M. Wang, X. Chen, K. Kojima, J. Jurka, R.W. Michelmore, and J. Dubcovsky. 2011. Next generation sequencing provides rapid access to the genome of Puccinia striiformis sp. tritici, the causal agent of wheat stripe rust. PlosOne. 6: e24230.
  4. Fang, T., K.G. Campbell, Z. Liu, X. Chen, A. Wan, S. Li, S. Liu, S. Cao, Y. Chen, Robert L. Bowden, B.F. Carver, and L. Yan 2011. Stripe rust resistance in the wheat cultivar Jagger is due to Yr17 and a novel resistance gene. Crop Sci. 51:2455-2465.
  5. Gauch, Jr., H.G, P.C. Rodrigues, J.D. Munkvold, E.L. Heffner, and M.E. Sorrells. 2011. Two new strategies for detecting and understanding QTL by environment Interactions. Crop Sci. 51: 96-113.
  6. Hao, Y., Z. Chen, Y. Wang, D. Bland, J. Buck, G. Brown-Guedira, and J. Johnson. 2011. Characterization of a novel major QTL for adult plant resistance to stripe rust in US soft red winter wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 123:1401-1411.
  7. Heffner, E.L., J.L. Jannink, and M. E. Sorrells. 2011. Genomic selection accuracy using multi-family prediction models in a wheat breeding program. The Plant Genome. 4:65-75.
  8. Heffner, E.L., J.L. Jannink, H. Iwata, E. Souza, and M.E. Sorrells. 2011. Genomic selection accuracy for grain quality traits in biparental wheat populations. Crop Sci. 51:2597-2606.
  9. Iwata, H., and J.-L. Jannink, 2011. Accuracy of genomic selection in barley breeding programs: a simulation study based on the real SNP data. Crop Sci. 51:1915-1927.
  10. Kalous, J.R., J.M. Martin, J.D. Sherman, N.K. Blake, S.P. Lanning, and L.E. Talbert. 2011. Phenotypic variation and patterns of linkage disequilibrium associated with introduced genes in spring wheat. Crop Sci. 51:2466-2478.
  11. Kolmer, J., and J. Anderson. 2011. First detection in North America of virulence in wheat leaf rust (Puccinia triticina) to seedling plants of wheat with Lr21. Plant Disease 95:1032.
  12. P., J. Chen, and P. Wu. 2011. Evaluation of grain yield and three physiological traits in 30 spring wheat genotypes across three irrigation regimes. Crop Sci. 52:1-12.
  13. Li, P., J. Chen, P. Wu, J. Zhang, C. Chu, D. See, G. Brown-Guedira, R. Zemetra, and E. Souza. 2011. Quantitative trait loci analyses for the effect of Rht-B1 dwarfing gene on coleoptiles length and seedling root length and number of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum). Crop Sci. 51: 2561-2568.
  14. Lowe, I., D.L. Jankuloski, S. Chao, X. Chen, D. See, and J. Dubcovsky. 2011. Mapping and validation of QTL which confer partial resistance to broadly virulent post-2000 North American races of stripe rust in hexaploid wheat. Theor Appl Genet. 123:143–157.
  15. Muñoz-Amatriaín, M., M.J. Moscou, P.R. Bhat, J.T. Svensson, J. Bartoš, P. Suchánková, H. Šimková, T.R. Endo, R.D. Fenton, S.L., A.M. Castillo, S. Chao, L. Cistué, A. Cuesta-Marcos, K.L. Forrest, M.J. Hayden, P.M. Hayes, R.D. Horsley, K. Makoto, D. Moody, K. Sato, M.P. Vallés, B.B.H. Wulff, G.J. Muehlbauer, J. Doležel, and T.J. Close. 2011. An improved consensus linkage map of barley based on flow-sorted chromosomes and single nucleotide polymorphism markers. The Plant Genome 4:238–249
  16. Naruoka, Y., L.E. Talbert, S.P. Lanning, N.K. Blake, J.M. Martin, and J.D. Sherman. 2011. Identification of quantitative trait loci for productive tiller number and its relationship to agronomic traits in spring wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 123:1043-1053.
  17. Noriel, A.J., X-C Sun, W. Bockus, and G-H. Bai. 2011. Resistance to tan spot and insensitivity to Ptr ToxA in wheat. Crop Sci. 51:1059-1067
  18. Prasad, P.V.V., S.R. Pisipati, I. Momcilovic, and Z. Ristic. 2011. Independent and combined effects of high temperature and drought stress during grain filling and plant yield and chloroplast EF-Tu expression in spring wheat. J. Agr. Crop Sci. 197: 430-441.
  19. Saintenac, C., D. Jiang, and E.D. Akhunov. 2011. Targeted analysis of nucleotide and copy number variation by exon capture in allotetraploid wheat genome. Genome Biol. 12:R88.
  20. Somyong, S., J.D. Munkvold, J. Tanaka, D. Benscher, and M.E. Sorrells. 2011. Comparative genetic analysis of a wheat seed dormancy QTL with rice and Brachypodium identifies candidate genes for ABA perception and calcium signaling. Funct. Integr. Genomics 11:479–490.
  21. Sorrells, M.E., J.P. Gustafson, D. Somers, S. Chao, D. Benscher, G. Guedira-Brown, E. Huttner, A. Kilian, P.E. McGuire, K. Ross, J. Tanaka, P. Wenzl, K. Williams, and C.O. Qualset. 2011. Reconstruction of the synthetic W9784 x Opata M85 wheat reference population. Genome 54:875-882.
  22. Tsilo, T., G.A. Hareland, S. Chao, and J.A. Anderson. 2011. Genetic mapping and QTL analysis of flour color and milling yield related traits using recombinant inbred lines in hard red spring wheat. Crop Sci. 51:237-246.
  23. Tsilo, T.J., G.L. Linkert, G.A. Hareland, and J.A. Anderson. 2011. Registration of the MN98550–5/MN99394–1 wheat recombinant inbred mapping population. J. Plant Registrations 5: 257–260.
  24. Tsilo, T.J., S. Simsek, J. B. Ohm, G.A. Hareland, S. Chao, and J.A. Anderson. 2011. Quantitative trait loci influencing endosperm texture, dough-mixing strength, and bread-making properties of the hard red spring wheat breeding lines. Genome 54: 460-470.
  25. Wang, H., K.P. Smith, E. Combs, T. Blake, R. Horsley, and G.J. Muehlbauer. 2011. Effect of population size and unbalanced data sets on QTL detection using genome-wide association mapping in barley breeding germplasm. Theor. Appl. Genet. 124:111-124.
  26. Yu, L-X, A. Lorenz, J. Rutkoski, R.P. Singh, S. Bhavani, J. Huerta-Espino, and M.E. Sorrells. 2011. Association mapping and gene-gene interaction for stem rust resistance in CIMMYT spring wheat germplasm. Theor. Appl. Genet. 123:1257-1268.
  27. Zhang, D., G. Bai, R. M. Hunger, W. W. Bockus, J. Yu, B. F. Carver, and G. Brown-Guedira. 2011. Association study of resistance to Soilborne Wheat Mosaic Virus (SBWMV) in U.S. winter wheat. Phytopathology 101:1322-1329.

TCAP year 2 (2012, 41 publications)

  1. Anderson, J.A., J.J. Wiersma, G.L. Linkert, J.A. Kolmer, Y. Jin, R. Dill-Macky, J.V. Wiersma, G.A. Hareland, and R.H. Busch. 2012. Registration of ‘Tom’ Wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:180-185.
  2. Anderson, J.A., J.J. Wiersma, G.L. Linkert, J.A. Kolmer, Y. Jin, R. Dill-Macky, J.V. Wiersma, G.A. Hareland, and R.H. Busch. 2012. Registration of ‘Sabin’ Wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:174-179.
  3. Baenziger, P.S., R. A. Graybosch, T. Regassa, L.A. Nelson, R. N. Klein, D. K. Santra, D.D. Baltensperger, L. Xu, S. N. Wegulo, Y. Jin, J. Kolmer, M.-S. Chen, and G. Bai. 2012. Registration of ‘NE01481’ hard red winter wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:49-53.
  4. Baenziger, P.S., R.A. Graybosch, T. Regassa, L.A. Nelson, R.N. Klein, D.K. Santra, D.D. Baltensperger, J.M. Krall, S.N. Wegulo, Y. Jin, J. Kolmer, M.-S. Chen, and G. Bai. 2012. Registration of ‘NI04421’ hard red winter wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:54-59.
  5. Beecher B.S., A.H. Carter, and D.R. See. 2012. Genetic mapping of new seed-expressed polyphenol oxidase genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum ). Theor. Appl. Genet. 124:1463-1473.
  6. Bernardo A. N., H. Ma, D. Zhang, and G. Bai. 2012. Single nucleotide polymorphism in wheat chromosome region harboring Fhb1 for fusarium head blight resistance. Mol. Breed. 29:477–488.
  7. Blake, V.C., J.G. Kling, P.M. Hayes, J.-L. Jannink, S.R. Jillella, J. Lee, D.E. Matthews, S. Chao, T.J. Close, G.J. Muehlbauer, K.P. Smith, R.P. Wise, and J.A. Dickerson. 2012. The Hordeum Toolbox – The barley coordinated agricultural project genotype and phenotype resource. The Plant Genome 5:81-91.
  8. Carter A.H., K. Garland-Campbell, C.F. Morris, and K.K. Kidwell. 2012. Chromosomes 3B and 4D are associated with several milling and baking quality traits in a soft white wheat (Triticum aestivum ) population. Theor. Appl. Genet. 124:1079-1096.
  9. Chai, Y., J. Nirmala, A. Kleinhofs, and B. Steffenson. 2012. Failure of RPG1 protein to degrade in high-copy Rpg1 transgenic barley lines results in susceptibility to stem rust. Physiol. Molec. Plant Pathol. 80:10-18.
  10. Chen, J. L., C.G. Chu, E.J. Souza, M.J. Guttieri, X.M. Chen, S. Xu, D. Hole, and R. Zemetra. 2012. Genome-wide identification of QTL conferring high-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis sp. tritici) in wheat. Mol. Breeding 3:791-800.
  11. Chen, A., and J. Dubcovsky. Wheat TILLING mutants show that the vernalization gene VRN1 downregulates the flowering repressor VRN2 in leaves but is not essential for flowering. PLoS Genetics. 8:e1003134. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1003134.
  12. Edwards, J.T., R.M. Hunger, E.L. Smith, G.W. Horn, M.-S. Chen, L. Yan, G. Bai, R.L. Bowden, A.R. Klatt, P. Rayas-Duarte, R.A. Osburn, J.A. Kolmer, Y. Jin, D.R. Porter, K.L. Giles, B.W. Seabourn, M.B. Bayles, and B.F. Carver. 2012. ‘Duster’ wheat: A durable, dual-purpose cultivar adapted to the southern Great Plains of the USA. J. Plant Reg. 6:1-12.
  13. Haley, S.D., J. Johnson, F. Peairs, J. Stromberger, E. Hudson, S. Seifert, R. Kottke, V. Valdez, J. Rudolph, G. Bai, X. Chen, R.L. Bowden, Y. Jin, J.A. Kolmer, M. Chen, and B.W. Seabourn. 2012. Registration of ‘Byrd’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:302-305.
  14. Haley, S.D., J. Johnson, P. Westra, F. Peairs, J. Stromberger, E. Hudson, S. Seifert, R. Kottke, V. Valdez, J. Rudolph, G. Bai, X. Chen, R.L. Bowden, Y. Jin, J.A. Kolmer, M. Chen, and B.W. Seabourn. 2012. Registration of ‘Brawl CL Plus’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:306-310.
  15. Haley, S.D., J. Johnson, F. Peairs, J. Stromberger, E. Hudson, S. Seifert, R. Kottke, V. Valdez, J. Rudolph, T.J. Martin, G. Bai, X. Chen, R.L. Bowden, Y. Jin, J.A. Kolmer, M. Chen, and B.W. Seabourn. 2012. Registration of ‘Denali’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 6:311-314.
  16. Hazard B., X. Zhang, P. Colasuonno, C. Uauy, D.M. Beckles, and J. Dubcovsky. 2012. Induced mutations in the Starch Branching Enzyme II (SBEII) genes increase amylose and resistant starch content in pasta wheat. Crop Sci. 52: 1754-1766.
  17. Heslot, N., H.-P. Yang, M.E. Sorrells, and J-L. Jannink. 2012. Genomic selection in plant breeding: A comparison of models. Crop Sci. 52:146-160.
  18. International Barley Sequencing Consortium, K.F. Mayer, R. Waugh, J.W. Brown, A. Schulman, P. Langridge, M. Platzer, G.B. Fincher, G.J. Muehlbauer, K. Sato, T.J. Close, R.P. Wise, and N. Stein. 2012. A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome. Nature 491:711-716.
  19. Jia, Y., and J.-L. Jannink. 2012. Multiple trait genomic selection methods increase genetic value prediction accuracy. Genetics 192: 1513–1522.
  20. Kulwal, P., G. Ishikawa, D. Benscher, Z. Feng, L-X Yu, A. Jadhav, S. Mehetre, and M.E. Sorrells. 2012. Association mapping for pre-harvest sprouting resistance in white winter wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 125:793-805.
  21. Kumar S., S.K. Sehgal, U. Kumar, P.V.V. Prasad, A.K. Joshi, and B.S. Gill. 2012. Genomic characterization of drought tolerance-related traits in spring wheat. Euphytica 186:265-276.
  22. Lanning, S.P., P. Hucl, M. Pumphrey, A.H. Carter, P.F. Lamb, G.R. Carlson, D.M. Wichman, K.D. Kephart, D. Spaner, J.M. Martin, and L.E. Talbert. 2012. Agronomic performance of spring wheat as related to planting date and photoperiod response. Crop Sci. 52:1633-1639.
  23. Lanning, S. P., J.M. Martin, R.N. Stougaard, F.R. Guillen-Portal, N.K. Blake, J.D. Sherman, A.M. Robbins, K.D. Kephart, P. Lamb, G.R. Carlson, M. Pumphrey, and L.E. Talbert. 2012. Evaluation of near-isogenic lines for three height-reducing genes in hard red spring wheat. Crop Sci. 52:1145-1152.
  24. Leng, Y., and S. Zhong. 2012. Sfp-type 4′-phosphopantetheinyl transferase is required for lysine synthesis, tolerance to oxidative stress and virulence in the plant pathogenic fungus Cochliobolus sativus. Mol. Plant Path. 13: 375–387.
  25. Liu, Z.-H., S. Zhong, M.C. Edwards, and T.L. Friesen. 2012. Virulence profile and genetic structure of a North Dakota population of Pyrenophora teres teres, the causal agent of net form net blotch of barley. Phytopath. 102:539-546.
  26. Lorenz, A.J., K.P. Smith, and J.-L. Jannink. 2012. Potential and optimization of genomic selection for Fusarium head blight resistance in six-row barley. Crop Sci. 52:1609-1621.
  27. Lu, S., M.C. Edwards, and T.L. Friesen, 2012. Genetic variation of single nucleotide polymorphisms identified at the mating type locus correlates with form-specific disease phenotype in the barley net blotch fungus Pyrenophora teres. Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 135:49-65.
  28. Luckert, D., H. Toubia-Rahme, B.J. Steffenson, T.-M. Choo, and S.J. Molnar. 2012. Novel Septoria speckled leaf blotch resistance loci in a barley doubled-haploid population. Phytopathology 102:683-691.
  29. Mengistu, N., P.S. Baenziger, K.M. Eskridge, I. Dweikat, S.N. Wegulo, K.S. Gill, and A. Mujeeb-Kazi. 2012. Validation of QTL for grain yield-related traits on wheat chromosome 3A using recombinant inbred chromosome lines. Crop Sci.: 52:1622-1632.
  30. Morrell, P.L., E.S. Buckler, and J. Ross-Ibarra. 2012. Crop genomes: advances and applications. Nat. Rev. Genet. 13:85-96
  31. Naruoka, Y., J.D. Sherman, S.P. Lanning, N.K. Blake, J.M. Martin, and L.E. Talbert. 2012. Genetic analysis of long green leaf duration in spring wheat. Crop Sci. 52: 1: 99-109.
  32. Pradhan G.P., P.V.V. Prasad, A.K. Fritz, M.B. Kirkham, and B.S. Gill. 2012. Response of Aegilops species to drought stress during reproductive stages of development. Functional Plant Biology. 39:51-59.
  33. Pradhan G.P., P.V.V. Prasad, A.K. Fritz, M.B. Kirkham, and B.S. Gill. 2012. Effect of drought and high temperature stress on synthetic hexaploid wheat. Functional Plant Biology. 39:190-198.
  34. Pradhan G.P., P.V.V. Prasad, A.K. Fritz, M.B. Kirkham, and B.S. Gill. 2012. High temperature tolerance in Aegilops species and its potential transfer to wheat. Crop Sci. 52: 292-304.
  35. Poland J.A., P.J. Brown, M.E. Sorrells, and J.-L. Jannink. 2012. Development of high-density genetic maps for barley and wheat using a novel two-enzyme genotyping-by-sequencing approach. PloS ONE 7:e32253.
  36. Rutkoski, J., J. Benson, Y. Jia, G. Brown-Guedira, J.-L. Jannink, and M.E. Sorrells. 2012. Evaluation of genomic prediction methods for Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat. The Plant Genome. 5:51-61.
  37. Li, T., G. Bai, S. Wu, and S. Gu. 2012. Quantitative trait loci for resistance to fusarium head blight in a Chinese wheat landrace Huangfangzhu. Euphytica 185:93-102.
  38. Yu, L-X, A. Morgounov, R. Wanyera, M. Keser, S. Kumar Singh, and M.E. Sorrells. 2012. Identification of Ug99 stem rust resistance loci in winter wheat germplasm using genome-wide association analysis. Theor. Appl. Genet. 125:495-502.
  39. Zhang X.H., H.Y. Pan, and G.H. Bai. 2012. Quantitative trait loci responsible for fusarium head blight resistance in Chinese wheat landrace Baishanyuehuang. Theor. Appl. Genet. 125:495-502.
  40. Zhang X.H., H.Y. Pan, and G.H. Bai. 2012. Quantitative trait loci for fusarium head blight resistance in U.S. hard winter wheat cultivar ‘Heyne’. Crop Sci. 52:1187–1194.
  41. Zhou, H., G. Muehlbauer, and B. Steffenson. 2012. Population structure and linkage disequilibrium in elite barley breeding germplasm from the United States. J. Zhejiang Univ. 13:438-451.

TCAP year 3 (2013, 51 publications)

  1. Akdemir, D., and J.-L. Jannink. 2013. Locally epistatic genomic relationship matrices for genomic association, prediction and selection. Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) Proceedings. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1302.3463v6.pdf
  2. Akdemir, D., Heslot, N., and J.-L. Jannink. 2013. Soft Rule Ensembles for Supervised Learning. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) 2013 Fall Symposium Series. AAAI technical report. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1205.4476v3.pdf.
  3. Arora, D., T. Gross, and R. Brueggeman. 2013. Allele characterization of genes required for rpg4-mediated wheat stem rust resistance identifies Rpg5 as the R-gene. Phytopathology. 103:1153-1161.
  4. Bakhsh, A.N. Mengistu, P.S. Baenziger, I. Dweikat, S.N. Wegulo, D. Rose, G. Bai, and K.M. Eskridge. 2013. Effect of Fusarium head blight (FHB) resistance gene Fhb1 on agrnomic and end-use quality traits of hard red witner wheat. Crop Sci. 53:793-801.
  5. Berger, G., A. Green, W. Brooks, M. Vaughn, R. Pitman, W. Thomason, and C. Griffey. 2013. Yield potential of hulless versus hulled full-sib genotypes in four winter barley (Hordeum vulgare) populations. Crop Sci. 53:1276-1287.
  6. Bernardo, A.N., R.L. Bowden, M.N. Rouse, M.S. Newcomb, D.S. Marshall, and G-H., Bai. 2013. Validation of molecular markers for new stem rust resistance genes in U.S. hard winter wheat. Crop Sci. 53:755-764.
  7. Blake, N.K., D. Clark, S.P. Lanning, G.R. Carlson, P.F. Lamb, D. Nash, D.M. Wichman, K.D. Kephart, R.N. Stougaard, J. Miller, J.L. Eckhoff, F. Menalled, E. Davis, and L.E. Talbert. 2013. Registration of ‘WB9879CLP’ hard red spring wheat. J. Plant Reg. 7:205-208.
  8. Cantu, D., V. Segovia, D. MacLean, R. Bayles, X. Chen, S. Kamoun, J. Dubcovsky, D.G.O. Saunders, and C. Uauy. 2013. Genome analyses of the wheat yellow (stripe) rust pathogen Puccinia striiformis sp. tritici reveal polymorphic and haustorial expressed secreted proteins as candidate effectors. BMC Genomics. 14:270.
  9. Carter A.H., S.S. Jones, S.R. Lyon, K.A. Balow, G.B. Shelton, R.W. Higginbotham, X.M. Chen, D.A. Engle, B. Baik, S.O. Guy, T.D. Murray, and C.F. Morris. 2013. Registration of ‘Otto’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 7:195-200.
  10. Cavanagh C., S. Chao, S. Wang, B.E. Huang, S. Stephen, S. Kiani, K. Forrest, C. Saintenac, G. Brown-Guedira, A. Akhunova, D. See, G. Bai, M. Pumphrey, L. Tomar, D. Wong, S. Kong, M. Reynolds, M. Lopez da Silva, H. Bockelman, L.E. Talbert, J.A. Anderson, S. Dreisigacker, P.S. Baenziger, A.H. Carter, V. Korzun, P.L. Morrell, J. Dubcovsky, M. Morell, M. Sorrells, M. Hayden, and E. Akhunov. 2013. Genome-wide comparative diversity uncovers multiple targets of selection for improvement in hexaploid wheat landraces and cultivars. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 110:8057-8062.
  11. Chen, J., J. Wheeler, J. Clayton, W. Zhao, K. O’Brien, C. Jackson, J.M. Marshall, B.D. Brown, K. Campbell, X.M. Chen, R. Zemetra, and E.J. Souza. 2013. Registration of ‘UI Stone’ Wheat. J. Plant Registration 7:321-326.
  12. Chen, J., Hu, G., Ch. Chu, and Y. Wu. 2013. Mapping of STS markers developed from drought tolerance candidate genes and preliminary analysis of their association with yield related traits in common wheat (Triticum aestivum). Cereal Communication 42:199-208.
  13. Chutimanitsakun, Y, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Chao, A. Corey, T. Filichkin, S. Fisk, M. Kolding, B. Meints, Y. Ong, J.I. Rey, A.S. Ross, and P.M. Hayes. 2013. Application of marker assisted selection and genome wide association scanning to the development of winter food barley germplasm resources. Mol. Breeding. doi:10.1111/pbr.12086.
  14. Condon, B. J., Leng, Y., Wu, D., Bushley, K. E., Ohm, R. A., Otillar, R., Martin, J., Schackwitz, W., Grimwood, J., MohdZainudin, N., Xue, C., Wang, R., Tu, Z. J., Steffenson, B. J., Salamov, A., Sun, H., Lowry, S., LaButti, K., Han, J., Copeland, A., Lindquist, E., Lucas, S., Barry, K., Schmutz, J., Baker, S., Grigoriev, I. V., Zhong, S., and Turgeon, B. G. 2013. Comparative genome structure, secondary metabolite and effector coding capacity across Cochliobolus PLoS Genetics 9: e1003233. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1003233.
  15. Dai, J., G.-H. Bai, D.-D. Zhang, and D.-L. Hong. 2013. Validation of quantitative trait loci for aluminum tolerance in Chinese wheat landrace FSW. Euphytica 192:171–179.
  16. El-basyoni, I., P.S. Baenziger, I. Dweikat, D. Wang, K.M. Eskridge, and M. Saadalla. 2013. Using DArT markers to monitor genetic diversity throughout selection: A case Study in Nebraska’s winter wheat breeding nurseries. Crop Science 53:2363–2373.
  17. Fang Z, A. Eule-Nashoba, C. Powers, T.Y. Kono, S. Takuno, P.L. Morrell, and K.P. Smith. 2013. Comparative analyses identify the contributions of exotic donors to disease resistance in a barley experimental population. G3 g3.113.007294.
  18. Guttieri, M.J, R.J. Stein, and B.M. Waters. 2013. Nutrient partitioning and grain yield of TaNAM-RNAi wheat under abiotic stress. Plant and Soil. 371:573-591.
  19. Hale I., X. Zhang, D. Fu, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. Registration of wheat lines carrying the partial stripe rust resistance gene Yr36 without the Gpc-B1 high grain protein content allele. J. Plant Reg. 7:108-112.
  20. Heslot, N., J-L. Jannink, and M.E. Sorrells. 2013. Using genomic prediction to characterize environments and optimize prediction accuracy in applied breeding data. Crop Sci. 53: 921-933.
  21. Hunger, R.M., J.T. Edwards, R.L. Bowden, L. Yan, P. Rayas-Duarte, G. Bai, G.W. Horn, J.A. Kolmer, K.L. Giles, M-S. Chen, Y. Jin, R.D. Osburn, M.B. Bayles, B.W. Seabourn, A.R. Klatt, and B.F. Carver. 2013. ‘Billings’ wheat combines early maturity, disease resistance, and desirable grain quality for the southern Great Plains of the USA. J. Plant Reg. doi:10.3198/jpr2012.11.0053crc
  22. Jin, F., D-D Zhang, W. Bochus, P.S. Baenziger, B.F. Carver, and G-H Bai. 2013. Fusarium head blight resistance in U.S. winter wheat cultivars and elite breeding lines. Crop Sci. 53:2006-2013.
  23. Kono, T.Y., K. Seth, J.A. Poland, and P.L. Morrell. 2013. SNPMeta: SNP annotation and SNP metadata collection without a reference genome. Molecular Ecology Resources 14:419-425.
  24. Krasileva, K.V., V. Buffalo, P. Bailey, S. Pearce, S. Ayling, F. Tabbita, M. Soria, S. Wang, IWGS consortium, E. Akhunov, C. Uauy, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. Separating homeologs by phasing in the tetraploid wheat transcriptome. Genome Biology 14:R66
  25. Lei, L., X. Zhu, S, Wang, M. Zhu, B.F. Carver, and L. Yan. 2013. TaMFT-A1 is associated with seed germination sensitive to temperature in winter wheat. PLoS One 8: e73330.
  26. Li, C., M. Chen, S. Chao, J. Yu and G. Bai. 2013. Identification of a novel gene, H34, in wheat using recombinant inbred lines and single nucleotide polymorphism markers. Theor. Appl. Genet. 126:2065-2071
  27. Liu, Z-L, R.L. Bowden, and G-H. Bai. 2013. Molecular markers for leaf rust resistance gene Lr42 in wheat. Crop Sci. 53:1566–1570.
  28. Liu, Sh., C.A. Griffey, M.D. Hall, A. L. McKendry, J. Chen, W.S. Brooks, G. Brown‑Guedira, D. Van Sanford, and D.G. Schmale. 2013. Molecular characterization of field resistance to Fusarium head blight in two US soft red winter wheat cultivars. Theor. Appl. Genet. 126:2485-2498
  29. Liu, S., S.K. Sehgal, J. Li, M. Lin, H.N. Trick, J. Yu, B.S. Gill, and G. Bai. 2013. Cloning and characterization of a critical regulator for pre-harvest sprouting in wheat. Genetics 195:263-273. doi: 10.1534/genetics.113.152330
  30. Mascher, M., T.A. Richmond, D.J. Gerhardt, A. Himmelbach, L. Clissold, D. Sampath, S. Ayling, B. Steuernagel, M. Pfeifer, M. D’Ascenzo, E.D. Akhunov, P.E. Hedley, A.M. Gonzales, P.L. Morrell, B. Kilian, F.R. Blattner, U. Scholz, K.F.X. Mayer, A.J. Flavell, G.J. Muehlbauer, R. Waugh, J.A. Jeddeloh, and N. Stein. 2013. Barley whole exome capture: a tool for genomic research in the genus Hordeum and beyond. The Plant J. 76:494-505.
  31. Mascher, M., G.J. Muehlbauer, D.S. Rokhsar, J. Chapman, J. Schmutz, K. Barry, M. Muñoz-Amatriaín, T.J. Close, R.P. Wise, A.H. Schulman, A. Himmelbach, K.F.X. Mayer, U. Scholz, J.A. Poland, N. Stein and R. Waugh. 2013. Anchoring and ordering NGS contig assemblies by population sequencing (POPSEQ). Plant J. 76:718–727.
  32. Morrell, P.L., A.M. Gonzales, K.K.T. Meyer, M.T. Clegg. 2013. Resequencing data indicate a modest effect of domestication on diversity in barley: a cultigen with multiple origins. J. Hered. 105:253-64.
  33. Muñoz‐Amatriaín, M., S.R Eichten, T. Wicker, T.A. Richmond, M. Mascher, B. Steuernagel, U. Scholz, R. Ariyadasa, M. Spannagl, T. Nussbaumer, K.F.X. Mayer, S. Taudien, M. Platzer, J.A. Jeddeloh, N.M. Springer, G.J. Muehlbauer, and N. Stein. 2013. Distribution, functional impact and origin mechanisms of copy number variation in the barley genome. Genome Biology 14:R58.
  34. Neelam K., G. Brown-Guedira, and L. Haung. 2013. Development and validation of a breeder-friendly KASPar marker for wheat leaf rust resistance locus Lr21. Molecular Breeding 31:233-237.
  35. Nitcher R., A. Distelfeld, C.T. Tan, L. Yan, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. Increased copy number at the HvFT1 locus is associated with accelerated flowering time in barley. G3 288:261-275.
  36. Pearce, S., L.S. Vanzetti, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. Exogenous gibberellins induce wheat spike development under short days only in the presence of VERNALIZATION 1. Plant Phys. 163: 1433–1445.
  37. Pearce, S., J. Zhu, Á. Boldizsár, A. Vágújfalvi, A. Burke, K. Garland-Campbell, G. Galiba, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. Large deletions in the CBF gene cluster at the Fr-B2 locus are associated with reduced frost tolerance in wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 126:2683–2697
  38. Poland J.A., and T.W. Rife. 2012. Genotyping-by-sequencing for plant breeding and genetics. Plant Genome 5:92-102.
  39. Saintenac C., Z. Zhang, S. Wang, and E. Akhunov. 2013. Sequence-based mapping of polyploid wheat genome. G3 3:1105-1114.
  40. Saintenac, C., W. Zhang, A. Salcedo, M. Rousse, H. Trick, E. Akhunov, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. Identification of wheat gene Sr35 that confers resistance to Ug99 stem rust race group. Science 341:783-786
  41. Sherman, J.D., S.P. Lanning, D. See, and L.E. Talbert. 2013. Registration of near-isogenic spring wheat lines with all combinations of homozygous R-locus genotypes. J. Plant Reg. 7:242-244.
  42. Talbert, L.E., P. Hofer, D. Nash, J.M. Martin, S.P. Lanning, J. Sherman, and M.J. Giroux. 2013. Hard white vs. hard red wheats: taste tests and milling and baking properties. Cereal Chem. 90:249-255.
  43. Tan, C.T., B.F. Carver, M. Chen, Y. Gu, and L. Yan. 2013. Genetic association of OPR and LOX genes with resistance to Hessian fly in hexaploid wheat. BMC Genomics 14:369.
  44. Tsilo, T.J., G.A. Hareland, J.-B. Ohm, and J.A. Anderson. 2013. Polymeric proteins and their association with grain yield in hard red spring wheat lines. Euphytica 194:187-196.
  45. Tsilo, T.J., G. Nygard, K. Khan, S. Simsek, G.A. Hareland, S. Chao, and J.A. Anderson. 2013. Molecular genetic mapping of QTL associated with flour water absorption and farinograph related traits in bread wheat. Euphytica 194:293-302.
  46. Wang, J. Richards, T. Gross, A. Druka, A. Kleinhofs, B. Steffenson, M. Acevedo, R. Brueggeman. 2013. The rpg4-mediated resistance to wheat stem rust (Puccinia graminis) in barley (Hordeum vulgare) requires Rpg5, a second NBS-LRR gene and an actin depolymerization factor. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 26:407-18.
  47. Williams, K.R., J.D. Munkvold, and M.E. Sorrells. 2013. Comparison of digital image analysis using elliptic Fourier descriptors and major dimensions to phenotype seed shape in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum). Euphytica 190:99-116.
  48. Williamson, V.M., T. Varghese, F. Howard, and J. Dubcovsky. 2013. A translocation from Aegilops ventricosa transferred to common wheat carries a resistance gene against root-knot nematodes. Crop Sci. 53:1412–1418.
  49. Zhang X., J. Fu, Y. Hiromasa, H. Pan, and G. Bai. 2013. Differentially expressed proteins associated with Fusarium Head Blight resistance in wheat. PLoS ONE 8:e82079.
  50. Zhou, Z., and Steffenson, B. 2013. Genome-wide association mapping reveals genetic architecture of durable spot blotch resistance in US barley breeding germplasm. Mol. Breed. 32:139-154
  51. Zhou, H., and Steffenson, B. J. 2013. Association mapping of Septoria speckled leaf blotch resistance in U.S. barley breeding germplasm. Phytopathology 103:600-609.

TCAP year 4 (2014, 57 publications)

  1. Akdemir, D. and J.-L. Jannink. 2014. Ensemble learning with trees and rules: Supervised, semi-supervised, unsupervised. Intelligent Data Analysis 18:857–872.
  2. Avni R., R. Zhao, S. Pearce, Y. Jun, C. Uauy, F. Tabbita, T. Fahima, A. Slade, J. Dubcovsky, and A. Distelfeld. 2014. Functional characterization of GPC-1 genes in hexaploid wheat. Planta 239:313–324.
  3. Baenziger, P.S., R. A. Graybosch, T. Regassa, R. N. Klein, G. R. Kruger, D. K. Santra, L. Xu, D. J. Rose, S. N. Wegulo, Y. Jin, J. Kolmer, G. L. Hein, M.-S. Chen, G. Bai, R. L. Bowden, and J. Poland. 2014. Registration of ‘NE06545’ (Husker Genetics Brand Freeman) Hard Red Winter Wheat. J. Plant Reg. 8:279-284.
  4. Bernardo, A., G. Bai, J. Yu, F. Kolb, W. Bockus, and Y. Dong. 2014. Registration of near-Isogenic winter wheat germplasm contrasting in Fhb1 for Fusarium head blight resistance. J. Plant Reg. 8:106-108.
  5. Blake, N. K., N. Stougaard, B. Bohannon, D. K. Weaver, H.-Y. Heo, P. F. Lamb, D. Nash, D. M. Wichman, K. D. Kephart, J. H. Miller, G. V. P. Reddy, J. L. Eckhoff, W. E. Grey, S. P. Lanning, J. D. Sherman, and L. E. Talbert. 2014. Registration of Egan wheat. J. Plant Reg. 8:298-302.
  6. Cai, J., and G. Bai. 2014. Quantitative trait loci for Fusarium head blight resistance in Huangcandou x ‘Jagger’ wheat population. Crop Sci. 54:2520-2528.
  7. Carter, A.H., S.E. Cambron, H.W. Ohm, N. Bosque-Pèrez, and K.K. Kidwell. 2014. Identifying molecular markers associated with Hessian fly (Mayetiola destructor [Say]) resistance in the spring wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivar ‘Louise’. Crop Sci. 54:1-11.
  8. Carter, A.H., S.S. Jones, X.Cai, S.R. Lyon, K.A. Balow, G.B. Shelton, R.W. Higginbotham, X.M. Chen, D.A. Engle, B. Baik, S.O. Guy, T.D. Murray, and C.F. Morris. 2014. Registration of ‘Puma’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 8:273–278.
  9. Case, A.J., D.Z. Skinner, K.A. Garland-Campbell, and A.H. Carter. 2014. Freezing tolerance-associated QTL in the Brundage x Coda wheat recombinant inbred line population. Crop Sci. 54:982-992.
  10. Case, A.J., Y. Naruoka, X.M. Chen, K.A. Garland-Campbell, R.S. Zemetra, and A.H. Carter. 2014. Mapping stripe rust resistance genes in a Brundage x Coda winter wheat population. PloS ONE 9:e91758
  11. Chen, A., C. Li, W. Hu, M. Lau, H. Lin, N.C. Rockwell, S.S. Martin, J.A. Jernstedt, J.C. Lagarias, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. PHYTOCHROME C plays a major role in the acceleration of wheat flowering under long days. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 111:10037-10044.
  12. del Blanco I.A., J. Hegarty, L. Gallagher, B. W. Falk, G. Brown-Guedira, E. Pellerin, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. Mapping of QTL for tolerance to Cereal Yellow Dwarf Virus in two-rowed spring barley. Crop Sci. 54:1468-1475.
  13. Edae, E.A., P.F. Byrne, S.D. Haley, M.S. Lopes, and M.P. Reynolds. 2014. Genome wide association mapping of yield and yield components of spring wheat under contrasting moisture regimes. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127:791–807.
  14. Fang, Z., A.M. Gonzales, M.T. Clegg, K.P. Smith, G.J. Muehlbauer, B.J. Steffenson and P.L. Morrell. 2014. Two genomic regions contribute disproportionately to geographic differentiation in wild barley. G3 4:1193-20.
  15. Forrest, K.L., V. Pujol, P. Bulli, M. Pumphrey, C. Wellings, S. Herrera-Foessel, J. Huerta-Espino, R. Singh, E.L. Lagudah, M. Hayden and W. Spielmeyer. 2014. Development of a SNP marker assay for adult plant resistance gene Lr67 of wheat using a genotyping by sequencing approach. Molecular Breeding 34: 2109-2118.
  16. Graebner, R.C., A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Fisk, B.O. Brouwer, S.S. Jones, and P.M. Hayes. 2014. Registration of Alba barley. J. Plant Reg. 2015 9:1-5.
  17. Guedira M., P. Maloney, M. Xiong, S. Petersen, J. P. Murphy, D. Marshall, J. Johnson, S. Harrison, and G. Brown-Guedira. 2014. Vernalization duration requirement in soft winter wheat is associated with variation at the Vrn-B1 Crop Sci. 54:1960-1971.
  18. Gurung, S. S. Mamidi, J.M. Bonman, M. Xiong, G. Brown-Guedira, and T. Adhikari. 2014. Genome-wide association study reveals novel quantitative trait loci associated with resistance to multiple leaf spot diseases of spring wheat. PLoS One 9:e108179.
  19. Haley, S.D., J.J. Johnson, F.B. Peairs, J.A. Stromberger, E.E. Hudson, S.A. Seifert, R.A. Kottke, V.A. Valdez, J.J. Nachtman, J.B. Rudolph, G. Bai, X. Chen, R.L. Bowden, Y. Jin, J.A. Kolmer, M.-S. Chen, and B.W. Seabourn. 2014. Registration of ‘Cowboy’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 8:169-172.
  20. Haley, S.D., J.J. Johnson, F.B. Peairs, J.A. Stromberger, E.E. Hudson, S.A. Seifert, R.A. Kottke, V.A. Valdez, J.B. Rudolph, G. Bai, X. Chen, R.L. Bowden, Y. Jin, J.A. Kolmer, M.-S. Chen, and B.W. Seabourn. 2014. Registration of ‘Antero’ wheat. J. Plant Reg. 8:165-168.
  21. Hazard B., X. Zhang, M. Naemehand, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. Registration of Durum Wheat germplasm lines with combined mutations in SBEIIa and SBEIIb genes conferring increased amylose and resistant starch. J. Plant Reg. 8:334–338.
  22. Henry I.M., U. Nagalakshmi, M.C. Lieberman, K.J. Ngo, K.V. Krasileva, H. Vasquez-Gross, A. Akunova, E. Akhunov, J. Dubcovsky, T. H. Tai, and L. Comai. 2014. Efficient genome-wide detection and cataloging of EMS-induced mutations using next-generation sequencing and exome capture. Plant Cell 26:1382–1397.
  23. Heslot, N., D. Akdemir, M.E. Sorrells, and J-L. Jannink. 2014. Integrating environmental covariates and crop modeling into the genomic selection framework to predict genotype by environment interactions. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127:463-480.
  24. Howell, T. I. Hale, D. L. Jankuloski, M. Bonafede, M. Gilbert, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. Mapping a region within the 1RS.1BL translocation in common wheat affecting grain yield and canopy water status. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127: 2695-2709.
  25. Hulbert S.H., and M.O. Pumphrey. 2014. A time for more booms and fewer busts? Unraveling cereal–rust interactions. Mol. Plant-Microbe Interact. 27:207-214
  26. Hussien, A., E. Tavakol, D.S. Horner, M. Muñoz-Amatriaín, G.J. Muehlbauer and L. Rossini. 2014. Genetics of tillering in rice and barley. The Plant Genome 7:1-20 doi:10.3835/plantgenome2013.10.0032.
  27. Jin, F., G. Bai, D. Zhang, Y. Dong, L. Ma, W. Bockus, and F. Dowell. 2014. Fusarium-damaged kernels and deoxynivalenol in Fusarium-infected U.S. winter wheat. Phytopathology 104:472-478.
  28. Kippes N., J. Zhu, A. Chen. L.S. Vanzetti, A. Lukaszewski, H. Nishida, K. Kato, J. Dvorak, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. Fine mapping and epistatic interactions of the vernalization gene VRN-D4 in hexaploid wheat. Mol. Genet. Genomics 289: 47–62.
  29. LeBoldus, J.M., K. Kinzer, Z. Ya, C. Yan, T.L. Friesen, and R. Brueggeman. 2014. Genotype-by-sequencing of the plant pathogenic fungi Septoria musiva and Pyrenophora teres utilizing Ion Torrent sequence technology. Mol. Plant Pathol. DOI: 10.1111/mpp.12214
  30. Liu, S., X. Yang, D. Zhang, G. Bai, S. Chao, and W. Bockus. 2014. Genome‑wide association analysis identified SNPs closely linked to a gene resistant to soil‑borne wheat mosaic virus. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127:1039-1047
  31. Liu, Z., D. Holmes, J.D. Faris, S. Chao, R.S. Brueggeman, M.C. Edwards, and T.L. Friesen. 2014. Necrotrophic effector-triggered susceptibility (NETS) underlies the barley-Pyrenophora teres f. teres interaction specific to chromosome 6H. Mol. Plant Pathol. 16:188-200. doi:10.1111/mpp.12172
  32. Lv B., R. Nitcher, X. Han, S. Wang, F. Ni, K. Li, S. Pearce, J. Wu, J. Dubcovsky, and D. Fu. 2014. Characterization of FLOWERING LOCUS T1 (FT1) gene in Brachypodium and wheat. PLoS ONE 9:e94171.
  33. Mohammadi, M., J.B. Endelman, S. Nair, S. Chao, S.S. Jones, G.J. Muehlbauer, S.E. Ullrich, B. Baik, M.L.Wise, and K.P. Smith. 2014. Association mapping of grain hardness, polyphenol oxidase, total phenolics, amylose content, and β-glucan in US barley breeding germplasm. Mol. Breeding 34:1229-1243. doi: 10.1007/s11032-014-0112-5.
  34. Muñoz-Amatriaín, M., A. Cuesta-Marcos, J.B. Endelman, J. Comadran, M. Bonman, H. Bockelman, S. Chao, J. Russell, Waugh, P.M. Hayes and G.J. Muehlbauer. 2014. Genetic diversity and population structure in a worldwide barley collection of landraces and cultivars and its potential for genome-wide association studies. PLoS One 9: e94688.
  35. Muñoz-Amatriaín, M., A. Cuestos-Marcos, P.M. Hayes and G.J. Muehlbauer. 2014. Barley genetic variation: implications for crop improvement. Brief. Funct. Genomics 13:341-350.
  36. Narayanan, S., and P.V.V. Prasad. 2014. Characterization of a spring wheat association mapping panel for root traits. Agron. J. 106:1593-1604.
  37. Narayanan, S., A. Mohan, K.S. Gill, and P.V.V. Prasad. 2014. Variability of root traits in spring wheat germplasm. PLoS One. 9:e100317.
  38. Neupane, A., P. Tamang, R.S. Brueggeman, and T.L. Friesen. 2014. Evaluation of a barley core collection for spot form net blotch reaction reveals distinct genotype specific pathogen virulence and host susceptibility. Phytopathology 105:509-517.
  39. Nitcher, R., S. Pearce, G. Tranquilli, X. Zhang, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. Effect of the Hope FT-B1 allele on wheat heading time and yield components. J. Heredity 105:666-675.
  40. Pauli, D., G.J. Muehlbauer, K. Smith, B. Cooper, D. Hole, D. Obert, S. Ullrich and T. Blake. 2014. Association mapping of agronomic QTL in U.S. spring barley breeding germplasm. The Plant Genome doi: 10.3835/plantgenome2013.11.0037.
  41. Pearce, S., F. Tabbita, D. Cantu, V. Buffalo, R. Avni, H. Vazquez-Gross, R. Zhao, C.J. Conley, A. Distelfeld, and J. Dubcovsky. 2014. Regulation of Zn and Fe transporters by the GPC1 gene during early wheat monocarpic senescence. BMC Plant Biol. 14:368.
  42. Prasad, P.V.V., and M. Djanaguiraman. 2014. Response of floret fertility and individual grain weight of wheat to high temperature stress: sensitive stages and thresholds for temperature and duration. Funct. Plant Biol. 41:1261–1269.
  43. Rouse, M. N., L.E. Talbert, D. Singh, and J.D. Sherman. 2014. Complementary epistasis involving Sr12 explains adult plant resistance to stem rust in Thatcher wheat (Triticum aestivum). Theor. Appl. Genet. 127-1549-1559.
  44. Sela, H., S. Ezrati, P.B. Yehuda, J. Manisterski, E. Akhunov, J. Dvorak, A. Breiman and A. Korol. 2014. Linkage disequilibrium and association analysis of stripe rust resistance in wild emmer wheat (Triticum turgidum dicoccoides) population in Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127:2453-63.
  45. Sherman, J.D., J.M. Martin, N.K. Blake, S.P. Lanning and L.E. Talbert. 2014. Genetic basis of agronomic differences between a modern and a historical spring wheat cultivar. Crop Sci. 54:1-13.
  46. Sherman, J., D. Nash, S.P. Lanning, J.M. Martin, N.K. Blake, C.F. Morris, and L.E. Talbert. 2014. Genetics of end-use quality differences between a modern and historical spring wheat. Crop Sci. 54:1972-1980.
  47. Shjerve, R.A., J.D. Faris, R.S. Brueggeman, C. Yan, Y. Zhu, V. Koladia, and T.L. Friesen 2014. Evaluation of a Pyrenophora teres teres mapping population reveals multiple independent interactions with the barley 6H chromosome region. Fungal Genet. Biol. 70:104-112.
  48. Talbert, L.E, J.D. Sherman, M.L. Hofland, S.P. Lanning, N.K. Blake, R. Grabbe, P.F. Lamb, J. M. Martin, and D.K. Weaver. 2014. Resistance to Cephus cinctus Norton, the wheat stem sawfly, in a recombinant inbred line population of wheat derived from two resistance sources. Plant Breeding 133:427-432.
  49. The International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium (IWGSC, including G. Muehlbauer and E. Akhunov). 2014. A chromosome-based draft sequence of the hexaploid bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) genome. Science 18: 1251788.
  50. Tsilo, T.J., J.A. Kolmer, and J.A. Anderson. 2014. Molecular mapping and improvement of leaf rust resistance in wheat breeding lines. Phytopathology 104:865-870.
  51. Wang S., Wong D., Forrest K., Allen A., Chao S., Huang B., Maccaferri M., Salvi S., Milner S., Cattivelli L., Mastrangelo A., Whan A., Stephen S., Barker G., Wieseke R., Plieske J., IWGSC., Lillemo M., Mather D., Appels R., Dolferus R., Brown-Guedira G., Korol A., Akhunova A., Feuillet C., Salse J., Morgante M., Pozniak C., Luo M.-C., Dvorak J., Morell M., Dubcovsky J., Ganal M., Tuberosa R., Lawley C., Mikoulitch I., Cavanagh C., Edwards K., Hayden M., Akhunov E. 2014. Characterization of polyploid wheat genomic diversity using a high-density 90,000 SNP array. Plant Biotechnol. J. 12:787-796.
  52. Wang, X., X. Wang, L. Deng, H. Chang, J. Dubcovsky, H. Feng, Q. Han, L. Huang, and Z. Kang. 2014. Wheat TaNPSN SNARE homologues are involved in vesicle-mediated resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis tritici). J. Exp. Bot. 65:4807-20. doi:10.1093/jxb/eru241.
  53. Williams, K.R. and M.E. Sorrells. 2014. Three dimensional seed size and shape QTL in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum) populations. Crop Sci. 54:98-110.
  54. Zhu J., S. Pearce, A. Burke, D.R. See, D.Z. Skinner, J. Dubcovsky, and K. Garland-Campbell. 2014. Copy number variation at VRN-A1 and central FR-A2 loci are associated with frost tolerance in hexaploid wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127:1183–1197.
  55. Zhang, J., J. Chen, B.C. Bowman, K. O’Brien, J.M. Marshall, and J.M. Bonman. 2014. Association mapping of Hagberg falling number in Hard White Spring Wheat. Crop Sci. 54:1243–1252.
  56. Zhou, H., B.J. Steffenson, G. Muehlbauer, R. Wanyera, P. Njau and S. Ndeda. 2014. Association mapping of stem rust race TTKSK resistance in US barley breeding germplasm. Theor. Appl. Genet. 127:1293-1304.
  57. Zhang D., R.L. Bowden, J. Yu, B. F. Carver, and G. Bai. 2014. Association analysis of stem rust resistance in U.S. winter wheat. PLoS One 9:e103747

TCAP year 5 (2015, 68 publications)

  1. Akdemir, D., J.-L. Jannink. 2015. Locally epistatic genomic relationship matrices for genomic association and prediction and selection. Genetics 199:857-871.
  2. Anderson, J.A., J.J. Wiersma, G.L. Linkert, S. Reynolds, J.A. Kolmer, Y. Jin, R. Dill-Macky, and G.A. Hareland. 2015. Registration of ‘Rollag’ Spring Wheat. J. Plant Registrations 9:201-207.
  3. Bajgain, P., M.N. Rouse, S. Bhavani, and J.A. Anderson. 2015. QTL Mapping of Adult Plant Resistance to Ug99 Stem Rust in the Spring Wheat Population RB07/MN06113-8 Mol. Breeding 35:170-184.
  4. Bajgain, P., M.N. Rouse, P. Bulli, S. Bhavani, T. Gordon, R. Wanyera, P.N. Njau, W. Legesse, J.A. Anderson and M.O. Pumphrey. 2015. Association mapping of North American spring wheat breeding germplasm reveals loci conferring resistance to Ug99 and other African stem rust races. BMC Plant Biology. 15:249.
  5. Babiker, E. M., T.C. Gordon, S. Chao, M. Newcomb, M.N. Rouse, Y. Jin, R. Wanyera, M. Acevedo, G. Brown-Guedira, S. Williamson, J. M. Bonman.2015. Mapping resistance to the Ug99 race group of the stem rust pathogen in a spring wheat landrace. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128:605-612.
  6. Belcher,A.R. R.C. Graebner, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Fisk, T. Filichkin, K. P. Smith, V.C. Blake, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Registration of the TCAP FAC-WIN6 barley panel for genome wide association studies. J. Plant Reg. 9:411-418.
  7. Blake, N. K., J. M. Martin, H.-Y. Heo,K. D. Kephart, S. P. Lanning, L. E. Talbert. 2015. Registration of near-isogenic lines for photoperiod response in hard red spring wheat. J. Plant. Reg. 9:239-243.
  8. Bonafede, M.D., G. Tranquilli, L.A. Pflüger, R.J. Peña, and J. Dubcovsky. 2015. Effect of allelic variation at the Glu-3/Gli-1 loci on breadmaking quality parameters in hexaploid wheat (T. aestivum L.). Journal of Cereal Science 62:143-150
  9. Bonman, J.M., E.M. Babiker, A. Cuesta-Marcos, K. Esvelt-Klos, G. Brown-Guedira, S. Chao, D. See, J. Chen, E. Akhunov, J. Zhang, H.E. Bockelman, and T.C. Gordon. 2015. Genetic diversity among wheat accessions from the USDA National Small Grains Collection. Crop Sci. 55:1243-1253.
  10. Bowman, B., J. Chen, J. Zhang, J. Wheeler, Y. Wang, W. Zhao, S. Nayak, N. Heslot, H. Bockelman, and J.M. Bonman. 2015. Evaluating grain yield in spring wheat with canopy spectral reflectance. Crop Sci. 55:1881-1890.
  11. Briggs J., S. Chen, W. Zhang, S. Nelson, J. Dubcovsky, M.N. Rouse. 2015. Mapping of SrTm4, a recessive stem rust resistance gene from diploid wheat effective to Ug99. Plant Diseases. 105: 1347-1354.
  12. Cabrera, A., M. Guttieri, N. Smith, E. Souza, A. Sturbaum, D. Hua, C. Griffey, M. Barnett, P. Murphy, H. Ohm., J. Uphaus, M. Sorrells, E. Heffner, G. Brown-Guedira, D. Van Sanford and C. Sneller, C. 2015. Identification of milling and baking quality QTL in multiple soft wheat mapping populations. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128: 227-2242. 
  13. Carver, B.F., C.M. Smith, W-P. Chuang, R.M. Hunger, J.T. Edwards, L. Yan, G. Brown-Guedira, B.S. Gill, G. Bai, and R.L. Bowden. 2015. Registration of OK05312, a high yielding hard winter wheat donor of Cmc4 for wheat curl mite resistance. 2015. Journal of Plant Registrations 10:75-79.
  14. Chapman, J., M. Mascher, A. Buluc, K. Barry, E. Georganas, A. Session, V. Strnadova, J. Jenkins, S. Sehgal, L. Oliker, J. Schmutz, K. Yelick, U. Scholz, R. Waugh, J. Poland, G. Muehlbauer, N. Stein and D. Rokhsar 2015.  A whole-genome shotgun approach for assembling and anchoring the hexaploid bread wheat genome.  Genome Biology 16: 26.
  15. Chen, J. J. Wheeler, K. O’Brien, W. Zhao, N. Klassen, J. Zhang, B. Bowman, Y. Wang, C. Jackson, J. M. Marshall, X.M. Chen. Registration of ‘UI Platinum’ Hard White Spring Wheat. Journal of Plant Registration. 10:36-40.
  16. Chen S., M.N. Rouse, W. Zhang, Y. Jin, E. Akhunov, Y. Wei, J. Dubcovsky. 2015. Fine mapping and characterization of Sr21, a temperature-sensitive diploid wheat resistance gene effective against the Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Ug99 race group. Theor Appl Genet. 128:645-656.
  17. Cuesta-Marcos, A., M. a Muñoz-Amatriaín, T. Filichkin, I. Karsai, B. Trevaskis, S. Yasuda, P.M. Hayes, and K. Sato. 2015. The relationships between development and low temperature tolerance in barley near isogenic lines differing for flowering behavior. Plant Cell and Physiol. 56: 2312-2324.
  18. Currie, Y., M.S. Chen, R. Nickolov, G. Bai, L. Zhu. 2014. Impact of transient heat stress on polar lipid metabolism in seedlings of wheat near-isogenic lines contrasting in resistance to Hessian Fly (Cecidomyiidae) infestation. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 107:2196-2203
  19. El-Feki, W.M., P.F. Byrne, S.D. Reid, and S.D. Haley. 2015. Registration of CO940610/‘Platte’ wheat doubled haploid mapping population. Journal of Plant Registrations 9:419–423.
  20. Fu J., R.L. Bowden, P.V. Vara Prasad & A.M.H. Ibrahim. 2015. Genetic variation for heat tolerance in primitive cultivated subspecies of Triticum turgidum L. Journal of Crop Improvement. 29:565-580.
  21. Goodwin, S.B., J.R. Cavaletto, I.L. Hale, I. Thompson, S.S. Xu, T.B. Adhikari, J. Dubcovsky. 2015. A new map location of gene Stb3 for resistance to septoria tritici blotch in wheat. Crop Science 55:1-9.
  22. Graebner, R.C., A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Fisk, B.O. Brouwer, S.S. Jones, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Registration of Alba barley. J. Plant Reg. 9:1–5.
  23. Graebner, R.C., M. Wise, A. Cuesta-Marcos, M. Geniza, T. Blake, V. C. Blake, J. Butler, S. Chao, D. Hole, R. Horsley, P. Jaiswal, D. Obert, K. P. Smith, S. Ullrich, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Quantitative trait loci associated with the tocochromanol (vitamin E) pathway in barley. PLOS One. 10: e0133767.
  24. Guo, J.-Y., K. Li, K. Wu, X. Wang, H. Lin, D. Cantu, C. Uauy, A. Dobon-Alonso, T. Midorikawa, K. Inoue, J. Sánchez, D. Fu, A. Blechl, E. Wallington, T. Fahima, M. Meeta, L. Epstein, and J. Dubcovsky. 2015. Wheat stripe rust resistance protein WKS1 reduces the ability of the thylakoid-associated ascorbate peroxidase to detoxify reactive oxygen species. Plant Cell. 27:1755-1770. Cover article.
  25. Guttieri, M. J., P.S. Baenziger, K. Frels, B. Carver, B. Arnall,, and B. Waters. Variation for grain mineral concentration in a diversity panel of current and historical Great Plains hard winter wheat germplasm. Crop Sci. 55: 1035-1052.
  26. Guttieri, M.J., P. S. Baenziger, K. Frels, B. Carver, B. Arnall, S. Wang, E. Akhunov, and B.M. Waters. 2015. Prospects for selecting wheat with increased zinc and decreased cadmium concentration in grain. Crop Science 55: 1712-1728.
  27. Heslot, N., J-L. Jannink, M.E. Sorrells. 2015. Perspectives for genomic selection applications and research in plants. Crop Sci. 55:1–12.
  28. Hazard B., X. Zhang, M. Naemeh, M.K.Hamilton, B. Rust, H.E. Raybould, J.W. Newman, R. Marti, and J. Dubcovsky. 2015. Mutations in durum wheat SBEII genes conferring increased amylose and resistant starch affect grain yield components, semolina and pasta quality and fermentation responses in rats. Crop Sci. 55:2813-2825.
  29. Houston, K., R.A. Burton,, B. Sznajder, A.J. Rafalski, K.S. Dhugga, D.E. Mather, J. Taylor, B.J. Steffenson, R. Waugh, & G.B. Fincher. 2015. A genome-wide association study for culm cellulose content in barley reveals candidate genes co-expressed with members of the CELLULOSE SYNTHASE A gene family. PLoS ONE. 10:1-21.
  30. Isidro, J., J-L Jannink, D. Akdemir, J. Poland, N. Heslot, and M. E. Sorrells. 2015. Training set optimization under population structure in genomic selection. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128:145-158.
  31. Jordan, K.W., S. Wang, Y. Lun, L. Gardiner, R. MacLachlan, P. Hucl, K. Wiebe, D. Wong, K.L. Forrest, A.G. Sharpe, C.H.D. Sidebottom, N. Hall, C. Toomajian, T. Close, J. Dubcovsky, A. Akhunova, L. Talbert, U.K. Bansal, H.S. Bariana, M.J. Hayden, C. Pozniak, J.A. Jeddeloh, A. Hall, E. Akhunov, IWGS Consortium. 2015. A haplotype map of allohexaploid wheat reveals distinct patterns of selection on homoeologous genomes Genome Biology 16:48.
  32. Khot L, Sankaran S, Carter AH, Johnson DA, and Cummings TF (2015) UAS imaging-based decision tools for arid winter wheat and irrigated potato production management. International Journal of Remote Sensing 37: 125-137.
  33. Kalous, J. R., J. M. Martin, J. D. Sherman, H. –Y. Heo, N. K. Blake, S. P. Lanning, J. L. A. Eckhoff, S. Chao E. Akhunov, L. E. Talbert. 2015. Impact of the D genome and quantitative trait loci on quantitative traits in a spring durum by spring bread wheat cross. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128:1799-1811.
  34. Kippes N., J.M. Debernardi, H. Vasquez-Gross, B.A. Akpinar, B.H., K. Kato, S. Chao, E. Akhunov and J. Dubcovsky. 2015. Identification of the VERNALIZATION 4 gene reveals the origin of spring growth habit in ancient wheats from South Asia. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 112: E5401–E5410.
  35. Kumssa, T.T., P. S. Baenziger, M. N. Rouse, M. Guttieri, I. Dweikat, G. Brown-Guedira, S. Williamson, R. A. Graybosch, S. N. Wegulo, A. J. Lorenz, and J. Poland. 2015. Characterization of stem rust resistance in wheat cultivar Gage. Crop Sci. 55: 229-239.
  36. LeBoldus, J.M., Kinzer, K., Ya, Z., Yan, C., Friesen T. L., and Brueggeman, R. 2015. Genotype-by-sequencing of the plant pathogenic fungi Septoria musiva and Pyrenophora teres utilizing Ion Torrent sequence technology. Mol. Plant Pathol. 16:623-632.
  37. Li, C., G. H. Bai, S. Chao and Z. Wang. 2015. A high-density SNP and SSR consensus map reveals segregation distortion regions in wheat. Biomed Research International http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/830618.
  38. Li, C., G. Bai, B.F. Carver, S. Chao and Z. Wang. 2015. Single nucleotide polymorphism markers linked to QTL for wheat yield traits. Euphytica 206:89-101
  39. Li, C., H. Lin, J. Dubcovsky. Factorial combinations of protein interactions generate a multiplicity of florigen activation complexes in wheat and barley. 2015. The Plant Journal. 84:70-82.
  40. Li, G, Y. Wang, M. Chen, E. Edae, J. Poland, E. Akhunov, S. Chao, G. Bai, B.F. Carver, L. Yan 2015. Precisely mapping a major gene conferring resistance to Hessian fly in bread wheat using genotyping-by-sequencing. BMC Genomics. 16:108.
  41. Lin, M., S. Cai, S. Wang, S. Liu, G. Zhang and G. Bai. 2015. Genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) identified SNP tightly linked to QTL for pre-harvest sprouting resistance. Theor Appl Genet. 128:1385-1395.
  42. Liu, M, M. Yu, G. Li, B.F. Carver, L. Yan. 2015. Genetic characterization and utilization of TaALMT1 in winter wheat. Molecular Breeding. 35:205.
  43. Liu, L., M.D. Barnett, C.A. Griffey, S. Malla, W.S. Brooks, J.E. Seago, H. Butler, W.E. Thomason, E.G. Rucker, H.D. Behl, R.M. Pitman, D.W. Dunaway, M.E. Vaughn, J.T. Custis, B. Seabourn, R. Chen, M. Fountain, D. Marshall, R.A. Graybosch, L.A. Divis, L.E. Hansen, C. Cowger, S. Cambron, Y. Jin, B.R. Beahm, T.H. Hardiman, C.J. Lin, D.F. Mennel, and D.L. Mennel. 2015. Registration of ‘LCS Wizard’ wheat. J. of Plant Registration. 10:28-35.
  44. Liu, L., M. D. Barnett, C. A. Griffey, S. Malla, W. S. Brooks, J. E. Seago, W. E. Thomason, E. Rucher, H. D. Behl, R. M. Pitman, D. W. Dunaway, M. E. Vaughn, J. T. Custis, B. Seabourn, R. Chen, M. Fountain, D. Marshall, C. Cowger, S. Cambron, Y. Jin, B. R. Beahm, T. H. Hardiman, C. J. Lin, D. F. Mennel, and D. L. Mennel. 2015. Registration of ‘Vision 45’ wheat. J. of Plant Registration. 9:338-344.
  45. Liu, S., S.K. Sehgal, M. Lin, J. Li, H.N. Trick, B.S. Gill and G. Bai. 2015. Independent mis-splicing mutations in TaPHS1 causing loss of pre-harvest sprouting (PHS) resistance during wheat domestication. New Phytol. 208:928-935.
  46. Maccaferri, M., J. Zhang, P. Bulli, Z. Abate, S. Chao, D. Cantu, E. Bossolini, X. Chen, M. Pumphrey, and J. Dubcovsky. 2015. A genome-wide association study of resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) in a worldwide collection of hexaploid spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). G3 5:449-465.
  47. Mamo, B. E., and Steffenson, B. J. 2015. Genome-wide association mapping of Fusarium head blight resistance and agro-morphological traits in barley landraces from Ethiopia and Eritrea. Crop Sci. 55:1494–1512.
  48. Matute M.M., A.H. Carter, J. Sherman (2015) Nematode composition and soil conditions in plots under a wheat crop in Colfax, Washington State. J. Agr. Sci. 7:76-89.
  49. Meints, B., B. Brouwer, B. Brown, A. Cuesta-Marcos, S. Jones, M. Kolding, S. Fisk, J. Marshall, K. Murphy, S. Petrie, K. Rhinhart, A. Ross, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Registration of #STRKR barley germplasm. J. Plant Reg. 9:388-392.
  50. Meints, B., A. Cuesta-Marcos, A. Ross, S. Fisk, T. Kongraksawech, J.M. Marshall, K. Murphy, and P.M. Hayes. 2015. Developing winter food barley for the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. Crop Sci. 55: 1563-1573.
  51. Mohammadi, M., A. Budde, R. Horsley, S. Ullrich, T. Blake, P. Hayes, D. Hole, D. Obert, B. Cooper, S. Chao, and K.P. Smith. 2015. A genome-wide association study of malting quality across eight U.S. barley breeding programs. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128:705-721.
  52. Muñoz-Amatriaín, M., S. Lonardi, M.C. Luo, K. Madishetty, J.T. Svensson, M.J. Moscou, S. Wanamaker, T. Jiang, A. Kleinhofs, G.J. Muehlbauer, R.P. Wise, N. Stein, Y. Ma, E. Rodriguez, D. Kudrna, P.R. Bhat, S. Chao, P. Condamine, S. Heinen, J. Resnik, R. Wing, H.W. Witt, M. Alpert, M. Beccuti, S. Bozdag, F. Cordero, H. Mirebrahim, R. Ounit, Y. Wu, F. You, J. Zheng, H. Šimková, J. Doležel, J. Grimwood, J. Schmutz, D. Duma, L. Altschmied, T. Blake, P. Bregitzer, L. Cooper, M. Dilbirligi, A. Falk, L. Feiz, A. Graner, P. Gustafson, P.M. Hayes, P. Lemaux, J. Mammadov, T.J. Close.. 2015. Sequencing of 15,622 gene-bearing BACs clarifies the gene-dense regions of the barley genome. The Plant Journal 84: 216-227.
  53. Narayanan, S., P.V.V. Prasad, A.K. Fritz, D.L. Boyle, and B.S. Gill. 2015. Impact of high night-time and high daytime temperature stress on winter wheat. J Agron. Crop. Sci. 201:206-218.
  54. Naruoka Y, Garland-Campbell KA, and Carter AH (2015) Genome-wide association mapping for stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) in US Pacific Northwest winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Theor. Appl. Genet. 128:1083-1101
  55. Neupane, A., Tamang, P., Brueggeman, R.S., Friesen, T.L. 2015. Evaluation of a barley core collection for spot form net blotch reaction reveals distinct genotype specific pathogen virulence and host susceptibility. Phytopathology 105:509-517.
  56. Pearce, S.P., K. A.K. Huttly, I.M. Prosser, Y.-D. Li, S.P. Vaughan, B. Gallova, A. Patil, J.A. Coghill, J. Dubcovsky, P. Hedden and A.L. Phillips. 2015 Heterologous expression and transcript analysis of gibberellin biosynthetic genes of grasses reveals novel functionality in the GA3ox family. BMC Plant Biology 15:130.
  57. Poets, A.M., Z. Fang, M.T. Clegg and P. L. Morrell. 2015. Barley landraces are characterized by geographically heterogeneous genomic origins. Genome Biology 16:173.
  58. Poets, A.M., M. Mohammadi, K. Seth, H. Wang, T.J.Y. Kono, Z. Fang, G.J. Muehlbauer, K.P. Smith, and P.L. Morrell. 2015. The effects of both recent and long-term selection and genetic drift are readily evident in North American barley breeding populations. BioRxiv doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/026625
  59. Pradhan GP, Prasad PVV. 2015. Evaluation of wheat chromosome translocation lines for high temperature stress tolerance at grain filling stage. PLoS One 10: e0116620.
  60. Rife, T. W., S. Wu, R. Bowden and J. A. Poland. 2015. Spiked GBS: a unified, open platform for single marker genotyping and whole-genome profiling.  BMC Genomics 16: 248.
  61. Sherman, J.D., N. K. Blake, J. M. Martin, K. D. Kephart, D. K. Weaver, S. P. Lanning, H.-Y. Heo, M. Pumphrey, J. Chen, and L. E. Talbert. 2015. Impact of a major gene for stem solidness on agronomic performance of spring wheat near-isogenic lines. Crop Sci. 55: 514-520.
  62. Sankaran S., L.R. Khot, and A.H. Carter. 2015. Field-based crop phenotyping: multispectral aerial imaging for evaluation of winter wheat emergence and spring stand. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 118:372-379.
  63. Tamang, P., Neupane A., Mamidi, S., Friesen, T., and Brueggeman R. 2015. Association mapping of seedling resistance to Spot Form Net Blotch in a worldwide collection of barley. Phytopathology. 105:500-8.
  64. Van Sanford, D. A., Anthony J., Clark, Gina L. Brown-Guedira, Christina Cowger, Yanhong Dong, and Byung-Kee Baik,. 2015. Registration of Pembroke 2014 Soft Red Winter Wheat. J. Plant Registrations 10:41-46.
  65. Varella, A. C., D. K. Weaver, J. D. Sherman, N. K. Blake, H-Y. Heo, J. Kalous, S. Chao, M. L. Hofland, J. M. Martin, K. D. Kephart, L. E. Talbert. 2015. Association analysis of stem solidness and wheat stem sawfly resistance in a panel of spring wheat germplasm from North America. Crop Sci. 55:2046-2055.
  66. Wang, R., Y. Leng, S. Zhong. 2015. The regulatory gene VosA affects conidiogenesis and is involved in virulence of the fungal cereal pathogen Cochliobolus sativus. Fungal Biology. 19:884-900.
  67. Yaniv, E., D. Raats, Y. Ronin, A.B. Korol, A. Grama, H. Bariana, J. Dubcovsky, A.H. Schulman, T. Fahima. 2015. Evaluation of marker-assisted selection for the stripe rust resistance gene Yr15, introgressed from wild emmer wheat. Mol. Breed.. 35:43.
  68. Zhong, S., Ali, S., Wang, R., Leng, Y., and Garvin, D. F. 2015. Brachypodium distachyonCochliobolus sativus pathosystem is a new model for studying plant-fungal interactions in cereal crops. Phytopathology 105: 482-489.

TCAP year 6 (2015, no cost extension, 33 publications)

  1. Alvarez, M. A., G. Tranquilli, S. Lewis, N. Kippes, J. Dubcovsky. 2016. Genetic and physical mapping of the earliness per se locus Eps-Am1 in Triticum monococcum identifies EARLY FLOWERING 3 (ELF3) as a candidate gene. Functional Int. Genomics. 16:365–382.
  2. Baenziger, P. S., R. A. Graybosch, T. Regassa, R. N. Klein, G. R. Kruger, D. K. Santra, L. Xu, D. J. Rose, S. N. Wegulo, Y. Jin, J. Kolmer, G. L. Hein, M.-S. Chen, G. Bai, R. L. Bowden and J. Poland. 2016. Registration of ‘NE05548’ (Husker Genetics Brand Panhandle) Hard Red Winter Wheat. J. Plant Registrations: In press.
  3. Bajgain, P., M.N. Rouse, and J.A. Anderson. 2016. Comparison between genotyping by sequencing and SNP-chip genotyping for QTL mapping in wheat. Crop Sci. 56: 1–17.
  4. Bajgain, P., M.N. Rouse, T.J. Tsilo, G.K. Macharia, S. Bhavani, Y. Jin Y, and J.A. Anderson. 2016. Nested association mapping of stem rust Rrsistance in wheat using genotyping by sequencing. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0155760.
  5. Bulli, P., J. Zhang, S. Chao, X. Chen, and M. Pumphrey. 2016. Genetic architecture of resistance to stripe rust in a global winter wheat germplasm collection. G3: doi: 10.1534/g3.116.028407. On line.
  6. Chen, J., M. J. Guttieri, J. Zhang, D. Hole, E. Souza, and B. Goates. A novel QTL associated with dwarf bunt resistance in Idaho 444 winter wheat. Theor Appl Genet. In press.
  7. Cruz, C.D., G.L. Peterson, W.W. Bockus, P. Kankanala, J. Dubcovsky, K.W. Jordan, E. Akhunov, F. Chumley, D.F. Baldelomar, and B. Valent. 2016. The 2NS translocation from Aegilops ventricosa confers resistance to the Triticum pathotype of Magnaporthe oryzae. Crop Science 56:990–1000.
  8. Froese, P.S., A.H. Carter (2016) Single nucleotide polymorphisms in the wheat genome associated with tolerance of acidic soils and aluminum toxicity. Crop Science 56:1662-1677
  9. Froese, P.S., T.D Murray, A.H Carter (2016) Quantitative Cephalosporium stripe disease resistance mapped in the wheat genome. Crop Science: 56:1586-1601
  10. Gao, L., J. Kielsmeirer-Cook, P. Bajgain, X. Zhang, S. Chao M.N. Rouse, and J.A. Anderson. 2015. Development of genotyping by sequencing (GBS) and array derived SNP markers for stem rust resistance gene Sr42. Mol. Breeding 35:207.
  11. Gao, L., M.K. Turner, S. Chao, J. Kolmer, and J.A. Anderson. 2016. Genome wide association study of seedling and adult plant leaf rust resistance in elite spring wheat breeding lines. PLoS ONE 11: e0148671.
  12. Gizaw S.A., K. Garland-Campbell K, A.H. Carter (2016) Use of spectral reflectance for indirect selection of yield potential and stability in Pacific Northwest winter wheat. Field Crops Research In press.
  13. Gizaw S.A., K. Garland-Campbell K, A.H. Carter (2016) Evaluation of agronomic traits and spectral reflectance in Pacific Northwest winter wheat under rain-fed and irrigated conditions. Field Crops Research (in press)
  14. Grogan, S.M. J. Anderson, P.S. Baenziger, K. Frels, M.J. Guttieri, S.D. Haley, K.-S. Kim, S. Liu, G.S. McMaster, M. Newell, P.V. Vara Prasad, S.D. Reid, K.J. Shroyer, G. Zhang, E. Akhunov, and P.F. Byrne. 2016. Phenotypic plasticity of winter wheat heading date and grain yield across the U.S. Great Plains. Crop Science 56:1-44.
  15. Grogan, S.M., G. Brown-Guedira, S.D. Haley, G.S. McMaster, S.D. Reid, J. Smith, P.F. Byrne. 2016. Allelic variation in developmental genes and effects on winter wheat heading date in the U.S. Great Plains. PLOS ONE 11: e0152852.
  16. Haas, M., Menke, J., Chao, S., Steffenson, B. J. 2016. Mapping quantitative trait loci conferring resistance to a widely virulent isolate of Cochliobolus sativus in wild barley accession PI 466423. Theor. Appl. Genet. doi:10.1007/s00122-016-2742-y. On line
  17. Hoffstetter, A., A. Cabrera, and C. Sneller. 2016 Identifying quantitative trait loci for economic traits in an elite soft red winter wheat cultivar development population. Crop Sci. 56:547-558.
  18. Hoffstetter, A.L., A. Cabrera, M. Huang, and C. Sneller. 2016. Optimizing training population data and validation of genomic selection for economic traits in soft winter wheat. G3 doi: 10.1534/g3.116.032532
  19. Huang, M., A. Cabrera, and C. Sneller. 2016. Genomic selection for wheat traits and trait stability. Theor. Appl. Genet. 129:1697-1710.
  20. Kippes, N., A. Chen, X. Zhang, A. J. Lukaszewski, J. Dubcovsky. 2016. Development and characterization of a spring hexaploid wheat line with no functional VRN2 genes.Theor Appl Genet. 129:1417–1428.
  21. Leng, Y., R. Wang, S. Ali, M. Zhao, S. Zhong. 2016. Sources and genetics of spot blotch resistance to a new pathotype of Cochliobolus sativus in a USDA barley core collection. Plant Disease. In press.
  22. Li, K., J. Hegarty, C. Zhang, A. Wan, J. Wu, G.Brown-Guedira, X. Chen, M. Muñoz-Amatriaín, D. Fu , and J. Dubcovsky. 2016. Fine mapping of barley locus Rps6 conferring resistance to wheat stripe rust. Theor Appl Genet. 129:845-859.
  23. Mascher, M., V.J. Schunemann, U. Davidovich, A. Himmelbach, S. Hubner, T. Fahima, A. Korol, M. David, N. Marom, S. Riehl, M. Schreiber, S.H. Vohr, R.E. Green, I.K. Dawson, J. Russell, B. Kilian, G.J. Muehlbauer, R. Waugh, J. Krause, E. Weiss and N. Stein. 2016. Genomic evidence from 6000-year old grains sheds new light on barley domestication history. Nature Genetics doi:10.1038/ng.3611.
  24. Narayanan, S., P.V.V. Prasad, R. Welti. 2016. Wheat leaf lipids during heat stress: II. Lipid experiencing coordinated metabolism are detected by analysis of lipid co-occurrence. Plant Cell and Environment. 39:608-617.
  25. Narayanan, S., P. Tamura, M. Roth, P.V.V. Prasad, R. Welti. 2016. Wheat leaf lipids during heat stress: I. High day and night temperatures results in major lipid alternations. Plant Cell and Environment. 39:787-803.
  26. Naruoka, Y., K. Ando, P. Bulli, K. T. Muleta, S. Rynearson, and M.O. Pumphrey. 2016. Identification and validation of SNP markers linked to the stripe rust resistance gene Yr5 in wheat. Crop Science. In press.
  27. Nasseer, A. M., J. M. Martin, H.-Y. Heo, N. K. Blake, J. D. Sherman, M. Pumphrey, K. D. Kephart, S. P. Lanning, L. E. Talbert. 2016. Impact of a quantitative trait locus for tiller number on plasticity of agronomic traits in spring wheat. Crop Sci. 56:595-602.
  28. Nice, L.M., B.J. Steffenson, G.L. Brown Guedira, E.D. Akhunov, T.J.Y. Kono, P.L. Morrell, R. Horsley, K.P. Smith and G.J. Muehlbauer. 2016. Development and genetic characterization of an advanced backcross – nested association mapping (AB-NAM) population of wild × cultivated barley. Genetics 203:1453-1467.
  29. Nirmala, J., S. Chao, P. Olivera, B. Abeyo, M. Imtiaz, E. Akhunov, M.O. Pumphrey, Y. Jin and M.N. Rouse. 2016. Markers linked to wheat stem rust resistance gene Sr11 effective to Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici race TKTTF. Phytopathology. DOI: 10.1094/PHYTO-04-16-0165-R. On line.
  30. Richards, J., Chao, S., Friesen, T.L., Brueggeman R. 2016. Fine Mapping of the barley chromosome 6H net form net blotch susceptibility locus. G3. 6:1809-1818.
  31. Russell, J., M. Mascher, I.K. Dawson, S. Kyriakidis, C. Calixto, F. Freund, M. Bayer, I. Milne, T. Marshall-Griffiths, S. Heinen, A. Hofstad, R. Sharma, A. Himmelbach, M. Knauft, M. van Zonneveld, J.W.S. Brown, K. Schmid, B. Kilian, G.J. Muehlbauer*, N. Stein* and Robbie Waugh*. 2016. Adaptation of barley to different environments revealed in the exomes of a range-wide collection of landraces and wild relatives. Nature Genetics doi:10.1038/ng.3612. *Joint corresponding authors
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