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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF MALTING BARLEY THROUGH IMPROVED SELECTION CRITERIA AND QUALITY ANALYSIS OF BREEDING LINES

Location: Cereal Crops Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Transcriptome analysis of a breeding program pedigree examines gene expression diversity and reveals target genes for malting quality improvement     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Munoz-Amatriain, M., Xiong, Y., Schmitt, M., Bilgic, H., Budde, A.D., Chao, S., Smith, K., Muehlbauer, G. 2010. Transcriptome analysis of a breeding program pedigree examines gene expression diversity and reveals target genes for malting quality improvement. Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 11:653.
Keeping It Simple: Can We Estimate Malting Quality Potential Using an Isothermal Mashing Protocol and Common Laboratory Instrumentation? - (Proceedings)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2010. Keeping It Simple: Can We Estimate Malting Quality Potential Using an Isothermal Mashing Protocol and Common Laboratory Instrumentation[abstract]? 6th Canadian Barley Symposium, July 25-29,2010, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Poster 15.
Making the cut: options for making initial evaluations of malting quality in barley     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2010. Making the cut: options for making initial evaluations of malting quality in barley. Journal of American Society of Brewing Chemists. 68:(4):183-194.
Simplified Mashing Methods for Initial Prediction of Malting Quality - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2010. Simplified Mashing Methods for Initial Prediction of Malting Quality[abstract]. American Society of Brewing Chemists Brewing Summit, June 15-18, 2010, Providence, RI. Poster 67.
Transcriptome Analysis of a Breeding Program Pedigree Reveals Target Genes for the Improvement of Malting Quality - (Abstract Only)
Munoz-Amatriain, M., Xiong, Y., Bilgic, H., Budde, A.D., Schmitt, M., Smith, K.P., Muehlbauer, G.J. Transcriptome Analysis of a Breeding Program Pedigree Reveals Target Genes for the Improvement of Malting Quality[abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference, January 9-13, 2010, San Diego, California. Poster 324.
Structural and Functional Characterization of a Winter Malting Barley - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Munoz-Amatriain, M., Cistue, L., Xiong, Y., Bilgic, H., Budde, A.D., Schmitt, M., Smith, K., Hayes, P.M., Muehlbauer, G. 2009. Structural and Functional Characterization of a Winter Malting Barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 120:971-984.
Barley and Oat beta-Glucan content measured by Calcofluor fluorescence in a microplate assay - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schmitt, M., Wise, M.L. 2009. Barley and Oat beta-Glucan Content Measured by Calcofluor Fluorescence in a Microplate Assay. Cereal Chemistry. 86(2)187-190.
The Impact of qGPC6H on Malting Quality, Grain Composition and Agronomic Performance - (Abstract Only)
Fischer, A., Fischer, G., Parrott, D., Budde, A.D., Blake, J.C., Blake, T.K. 2008. The Impact of qGPC6H on Malting Quality, Grain Composition and Agronomic Performance. In: Barley Newsletter 51, North American Barley Research Workshop Proceedings, October 26-29, 2008, Madison, Wisconsin. Poster No. 10.
The Journey: From a Breeder's Cross to a Malting Barley Variety - (Abstract Only)
Budde, A.D., Smith, K.P. 2008. The Journey: From a Breeder's Cross to a Malting Barley Variety. In: Barley Newsletter 51, North American Barley Research Workshop Proceedings, October 26-29, 2008, Madison, Wisconsin. Poster No. 5.
Variety and N management effect on grain yield and quality of winter barley - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Castro, A., Petrie, S., Budde, A.D., Corey, A., Hayes, P., Kling, J., Rhinhart, K. 2008. Variety and N management effect on grain yield and quality of winter barley. Crop Management. Available: http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/cm/research/2008/barley/.
Let's get small: Miniaturized malt quality analysis for fun and profit - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2009. Let's Get Small: Miniaturized Malt Quality Analysis for Fun and Profit. North American Barley Research Workshop Proceedings, Oral #6, October 26-29, 2008, Madison, WI.
Fluorescence microplate readers as an alternative to flow injection analysis for determination of wort beta-glucan - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. Fluorescence Microplate Readers as an Alternative to Flow Injection Analysis for Determination of Wort Beta-glucan. North American Barley Research Workshop Proceedings, Poster #33, October 26-29, 2008, Madison, WI.
Barley and oat beta-glucan content measured by calcofluor fluorescence in a microplate assay - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Wise, M.L. 2008. Barley and Oat Beta-Glucan Content Measured by Calcofluor Fluorescence in a Microplate Assay. North American Barley Research Workshop Proceedings, October 26-29, 2008, Madison, WI.
Calcofluor fluorescence assay for wort beta-glucan in a microplate format - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2009. Calcofluor Fluorescence Assay for Wort Beta-Glucan in a Microplate Format. Cereal Chemistry. 86(1):33-36.
Fluorescence microplate readers as an alternative to flow injection analysis for determination of wort beta-glucan - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2008. Fluorescence microplate readers as an alternative to flow injection analysis for determination of wort beta-glucan [abstract]. In: World Brewing Conference Proceedings. World Brewing Conference. August 2-6, 2008, Honolulu, Hawaii. p. 81.
Use of fluorogenic proteinase assays to examine protein mobilization in barley varieties and across populations - (Review Article)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2007. Use of fluorogenic proteinase assays to examine protein mobilization in barley varieties and across populations. Master Brewers Association of the Americas Technical Quarterly. 44(4):273-277.
Beta-amylase degradation by serine endoproteinases from green barley malt - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schmitt, M., Marinac, L.A. 2008. Beta-amylase degradation by serine endoproteinases from green barley malt. Journal of Cereal Science. 47:480-488.
Serine proteinases from barley malt may degrade beta-amylase - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D., Marinac, L.A. 2007. Serine proteinases from barley malt may degrade beta-amylase. In: (Edney, M. and Izydorczyk, M.) The Science and Joy of Canadian Barley and Beer. 5th Canadian Barley Symposium, June 25-29, 2007, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. p. 18.
Use of fluorogenic proteinase assays to examine protein mobilization in barley varieties and across populations - (Abstract Only)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2007. Use of fluorogenic proteinase assays to examine protein mobilization in barley varieties and across populations [abstract]. Master Brewers Association of the Americas. Paper No. 08.
How can varieties and rain-fed production environments affect malting quality in spring barley? - (Abstract Only)
Ullrich, S.E., Jitkov, V.A., Budde, A.D., Schmitt, M., Wise, M.L. 2007. How can varieties and rain-fed production environments affect malting quality in spring barley?. American Society of Brewing Chemists Newsletter. 67(2)P50.
Improved methods for high-throughput extraction of green barley malt and assay of endoproteinase activity allow examination of the properties and putative functions of the proteinases in barley populations - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schmitt, M., Budde, A.D. 2007. Improved methods for high-throughput extraction of green barley malt and assay of endoproteinase activity allow examination of the properties and putative functions of the proteinases in barley populations. Cereal Chemistry. 84:313-319.
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