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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: PRODUCTION OF WHEAT GERMPLASM WITH ENHANCED BAKING QUALITY

Location: Crop Improvement & Utilization Research

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

Expression of a truncated form of yeast ribosomal protein L3 in transgenic wheat improves resistance to Fusarium head blight - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Di, R., Blechl, A.E., Dill-Macky, R., Tortora, A., Tumer, N.E. 2010. Expression of a truncated form of yeast ribosomal protein L3 in transgenic wheat improves resistance to Fusarium head blight. Plant Science. 178: 374-380.
Applying Genetic Engineering to Understand the Contributions of Various Seed Proteins to Wheat Flour Properties - (Abstract Only)
Blechl, A.E., Lin, J.W., Altenbach, S.B., Hurkman Ii, W.J., Sloane, S.M., Tanaka, C.K., Vensel, W.H. 2010. Applying Genetic Engineering to Understand the Contributions of Various Seed Proteins to Wheat Flour Properties. Xth International Gluten Workshop, September 7-9, 2009, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Wheat: Science and Trade - (Book / Chapter)
Blechl, A.E., Jones, H.D. 2009. "Transgenic Applications in Wheat Improvement" In: Carver, Brett F, editor. Wheat: Science and Trade. Wiley-blackwell, Edison, NJ. p. 397-435.
Positional Cloning of a QTL for slow rusting in wheat - (Abstract Only)
Dubcovsky, J., Fu, D., Uauy, C., Blechl, A.E., Epstein, L., Chen, X., Distelfeld, A., Sela, H., Fahima, T. 2009. Positional Cloning of a QTL for slow rusting in wheat. [online only]. Available: http://www.intl-pag.org/17/abstracts/W61-PAGXVII-426.html.
A kinase-START gene confers temperature-dependent resistance to wheat stripe rust - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Fu, D., Uauy, C., Distelfeld, A., Blechl, A.E., Epstein, L., Chen, X., Sela, H., Fahima, T., Dubcovsky, J. 2009. A kinase-START gene confers temperature-dependent resistance to wheat stripe rust. Science. 323:1357-1360.
Stably Expressed D Genome-derived HMW Glutenin Subunit Genes Transformed Into Different Durum Wheat Genotypes Change Dough Mixing Properties - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gadaleta, A., Blechl, A.E., Nguyen, S.B., Cardone, M.F., Ventura, M., Quick, J.S., Blanco, A. 2008. Stably Expressed D Genome-derived HMW Glutenin Subunit Genes Transformed Into Different Durum Wheat Genotypes Change Dough Mixing Properties. Molecular Breeding. 22:267-279.
A Transgenic Durum Wheat Line that is Free of Marker Genes and Expresses 1dy10 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gadaleta, A., Giancaspro, A., Blechl, A.E., Blanco, A. 2008. A Transgenic Durum Wheat Line that is Free of Marker Genes and Expresses 1dy10. Journal of Cereal Science. 48:439-445.
The Expression of a Bean Pgip in Transgenic Wheat Confers Increased Resistance to the Fungal Pathogen Bipolaris Sorokiniana - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Janni, M., Sella, L., Favaron, F., Blechl, A.E., De Lorenzo, G., D'Ovidio, R. 2008. The expression of a bean pgip in transgenic wheat confers increased resistance to the fungal pathogen bipolaris sorokiniana. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.21:171-177.
Rna Interference for Wheat Functional Gene Analysis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Fu, D., Uauy, C., Blechl, A.E., Dubcovsky, J. 2007. RNA interference for wheat functional gene analysis. Transgenic Research. 16:689-701.
Expression Patterns in Transgenic Wheats with Elevated Levels of Dx5 and/or Dy10 Glutenin Subunits - (Book / Chapter)
Blechl, A.E., Lin, J.W., Nguyen, S., Dupont, F.M., Vensel, W.H., Chan, R., Anderson, O.D., Bregitzer, P.P., Fiedler, D.J. 2007. Expression Patterns in Transgenic Wheats with Elevated Levels of Dx5 and/or Dy10 Glutenin Subunits. In: George L. Lookhart, Perry K.W. Ng, editors. Gluten Proteins 2006. Minneapolis, MN: AACCI. p. 107-111.
Expression of the N-terminal 99 Amino Acids of Yeast Ribosomal Protein L3 in Transgenic Wheat Confers Resistance to Fusarium Head Blight - (Abstract Only)
Di, R., Blechl, A.E., Dill-Macky, R., Tortora, A., Tumer, N.E. 2007. Expression of the N-terminal 99 Amino Acids of Yeast Ribosomal Protein L3 in Transgenic Wheat Confers Resistance to Fusarium Head Blight. The 2nd International Conference on Plant Molecular Biology, March 23-27, 2007, Sanya, China. Molecular Plant Breeding. 5:283.
The wheat and barley vernalization gene VRN3 is an orthologue of FT - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Yan, L., Fu, D., Li, C., Blechl, A.E., Tranquilli, G., Bonafede, M., Sanchez, A.N., Valarik, M., Yasuda, S., Dubcovsky, J. 2006. The wheat and barley vernalization gene VRN3 is an orthologue of FT. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 103: 19581-19586
A Nac Gene Regulating Senescence Improves Grain Protein, Zinc, and Iron Content in Wheat - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Uauy, C., Distelfeld, A., Fahima, T., Blechl, A.E., Dubcovsky, J. 2006. A NAC gene regulating senescence improves grain protein, zinc, and iron content in wheat. Science. 314(5803):1298-1301.
Expression patterns in transgenic wheats with elevated levels of Dx5 and/or Dy10 glutenin subunits - (Proceedings)
Blechl, A.E., Lin, J.W. 2007. Expression patterns in transgenic wheats with elevated levels of Dx5 and/or Dy10 glutenin subunits. International Gluten Workshop. Gluten Proteins 2006, pg. 107-111. tb
Complementation of the Pina (Null) Allele with the Wild Type Pina Sequence Restores a Soft Phenotype in Transgenic Wheat - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Martin, J.M., Meyer, F.D., Smidansky, E.D., Wanjugi, H., Blechl, A.E., Giroux, M.J. 2006. Complementation of the pina (null) allele with the wild type pina sequence restores a soft phenotype in transgenic wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 113(8):1563-1570.
Transgenic Wheats with Elevated Levels of Dx5 And/or Dy10 High-Molecular-Weight Glutenin Subunits Yield Doughs with Increased Mixing Strength and Tolerance - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Blechl, A.E., Lin, J.W., Nguyen, S., Chan, R., Anderson, O.D., Dupont, F.M. 2007. Transgenic wheats with elevated levels of dx5 and/or dy10 high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits yield doughs with increased mixing strength and tolerance. Journal of Cereal Science. 45:172-183
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