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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Victor Raboy
Small Grains and Potato Germplasm Research
Genetics

Phone: (208) 397-4162 ext. 239
Fax: (208) 397-4165

1691 S 2700 W
ABERDEEN , ID 83210

Projects
Analysis of the Biochemical Pathway and Genetics of Seed Phytate in Barley
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424520

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Registration of Harriman low-phytate, hulled spring barley -
Bregitzer, P.P., Hu, G., Marshall, J.M., Raboy, V. 2016. Registration of Harriman low-phytate, hulled spring barley. Journal of Plant Registrations. 10:105-108.
Impacts of elevated atmospheric CO2 on nutrient content and yield of important food crops -
Dietterich, L.H., Zanobetti, A., Kloog, I., Huybers, P., Leakey, A.D., Bloom, A., Carlisle, E., Fitzgerald, G., Hasegawa, T., Holbrook, N., Nelson, R.L., Ottman, M.J., Raboy, V., Sakai, H., Sartor, K.A., Schwartz, J., Seneweera, S., Tausz, M., Usui, Y., Myers, S.S. 2015. Impacts of elevated atmospheric CO2 on nutrient content and yield of important food crops. Scientific Data. 2:150036. doi: 10.1038/sdata.2015.36.
A substantial fraction of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) low phytic acid mutations have little or no effect on yield across diverse production environments -
Raboy, V., Peterson, K.L., Jackson, C., Marshall, J., Hu, G., Saneoka, H., Bregitzer, P.P. 2015. A substantial fraction of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) low phytic acid mutations have little or no effect on yield across diverse production environments. PLANTS. 4(2):225-239. doi: 10.3390/plants4020225.
Two inositol hexakisphosphate kinases drive inositol pyrophosphate synthesis in plants -
Desai, M., Rangarajan, P., Donahue, J.X., Williams, S.P., Land, E.S., Mandal, M.K., Phillippy, B.Q., Perera, I., Raboy, V., Gillaspy, G.E. 2014. Two inositol hexakisphosphate kinases drive inositol pyrophosphate synthesis in plants. Plant Journal. 80(4):642-653.
Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) low phytic acid 1-1: an endosperm-specific filial determinant of seed total phosphorus -
Raboy, V., Cichy, K.A., Peterson, K., Reichman, S., Sompong, U., Srinives, P., Saneoka, H. 2014. Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) low phytic acid 1-1: an endosperm-specific filial determinant of seed total phosphorus. Journal of Heredity. 105:656-665.
Rising atmospheric CO2 lowers food zinc, iron, and protein concentrations -
Myers, S.S., Zanobetti, A., Kloog, I., Bloom, A., Carlisle, E., Dietterich, L.H., Fitzgerald, G., Hasegawa, T., Holbrook, N.M., Huybers, P., Leakey, A.D., Nelson, R.L., Ottman, M.J., Raboy, V., Sakai, H., Sartor, K.A., Schwartz, J., Seneweera, S., Tausz, M., Usui, Y. 2014. Rising atmospheric CO2 lowers food zinc, iron, and protein concentrations. Nature. 510:139-142.
Increasing CO2 threatens human nutrition Reprint Icon -
Myers, S.S., Zanobetti, A., Kloog, I., Huybers, P., Leakey, A., Bloom, A.J., Carlisle, E., Dietterich, L.H., Fitzgerald, G., Hasegawa, T., Holbrook, N.M., Nelson, R.L., Ottman, M.J., Raboy, V., Sakai, H., Sartor, K.A., Schwartz, J., Seneweera, S., Tausz, M., Usui, Y. 2014. Increasing CO2 threatens human nutrition. Nature. 150:139. DOI:10.1038/nature13179.
Feeding low-phytic acid corn grain to finishing wethers does not alter phosphorus digestion -
Taylor, J.B., Leytem, A.B., Raboy, V. 2013. Feeding low-phytic acid corn grain to finishing wethers does not alter phosphorus digestion. Journal of Animal Science Supplement. 64:392-395.
Unintended Consequences: High phosphinothricin acetyltransferase activity causes reduced fitness in barley Reprint Icon -
Brown, R.H., Raboy, V., Bregitzer, P.P. 2013. Unintended Consequences: High phosphinothricin acetyltransferase activity causes reduced fitness in barley. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology - Plants. DOI: 10.1007/S11627-013-9506-Z.
Zinc absorption from low phytic acid genotypes of maize (Zea mays L.), barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.) assessed in a suckling rat pup model -
Lonnerdal, B., Mendoza, C., Brown, K., Rutger, J.N., Raboy, V. 2011. Zinc absorption from low phytic acid genotypes of maize (Zea mays L.), barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.) assessed in a suckling rat pup model. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 59:4755-4762.
Registration of LP1-2581, LP1-2163H, LP3-1159, and LP640-1304 low phytate spring barley germplasm lines -
Bregitzer, P.P., Raboy, V., Obert, D.E. 2010. Registration of LP1-2581, LP1-2163H, LP3-1159, and LP640-1304 low phytate spring barley germplasm lines. Journal of Plant Registrations. 4:228-231.
Approaches and Challenges to Engineering Seed Phytate and Total Phosphorus -
Raboy, V. 2009. Approaches and Challenges to Engineering Seed Phytate and Total Phosphorus. Plant Science 177:281-296.
Development of PCR-Based DNA markers flanking three low phytic acid mutant loci in barley Reprint Icon -
Oliver, R.E., Yang, C., Hu, G., Raboy, V., and Zhang, M. 2009. Identification of PCR- based DNA markers flanking three low phytic acid mutant loci in barley. Journal of plant breeding and crop science 1: 87-93
Effect of graded levels of iron, zinc, and copper supplementation in diets with low-phytate or normal barley on growth performance, bone characteristics, hematocrit volume, and zinc and copper balance of young swine -
Veum, T.L., Ledoux, D.R., Shannon, M.C., Raboy, V. 2009. Effect of graded levels of iron, zinc, and copper supplementation in diets with low-phytate or normal barley on growth performance, bone characteristics, hematocrit volume, and zinc and copper balance of young swine. Journal of Animal Science. 87:2625-2634
Evaluation and Development of Low Phytate Crops -
Cichy, K.A., Raboy, V. 2009. Evaluation and Development of Low Phytate Crops. In: Krishnan, H., editor. Modification of Seed Composition to Promote Health and Nutrition. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy and Crop Science Society of America. p. 177-201.
Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) inositol monophosphatase: gene structure and enzyme characteristics -
Fu, J., Peterson, K., Guttieri, M., Souza, E.J., Raboy, V. 2008. Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) inositol monophosphatase: gene structure and enzyme characteristics. Plant Molecular Biology. 67:629-642.
Forward genetics studies of seed phytic acid -
Raboy, V. 2008. Forward genetics studies of seed phytic acid. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 55:171-181.
Retention and growth performance of chicks given low-phytate conventional or hull-less barleys -
Salarmoini, M., Campbell, G.L., Rossnagel, B.G., Raboy, V. 2008. Retention and growth performance of chicks given low-phytate conventional or hull-less barleys. British Poultry Science. 49:321-328
Registration of 'Clearwater' Low-Phytate Hulless Spring Barley -
Bregitzer, P.P., Raboy, V., Obert, D.E., Windes, J., Whitmore, J. 2008. Registration of 'Clearwater' Low-Phytate Hulless Spring Barley. Journal of Plant Registrations. 2: 1-4.
Effect of low-phytate barley on malt quality including mineral loss during fermentation -
Edney, M.J., Rossnagel, B.G., Raboy, V. 2007. Effect of low-phytate barley on malt quality including mineral loss during fermentation. Journal of American Society of Brewing Chemists. 65: 81-85
The ABCs of low-phytate crops -
Raboy, V. 2007. The ABCs of low-phytate crops. Nature Biotechnology 25: 874-875
INTESTINAL EXCRETION OF ENDOGENOUS ZINC IN GUATEMALAN SCHOOL CHILDREN -
Hambidge, K.M., Westcott, J.E., Lei, S., Grunwald, G., Krebs, N.F., Mazariegos, M., Solomons, N.W., Raboy, V. 2007. Intestinal excretion of endogenous zinc in guatemalan school children. Journal of Nutrition. 137:1747-1749
Registration of Four Low-Phytate/Wild Type Pairs of Barley Germplasm. -
Bregitzer, P.P., Raboy, V. 2007. Registration of Four Low-Phytate/Wild Type Pairs of Barley Germplasm.. Journal of Plant Registrations 1:139-140.
Comparison of the Phosphorus and Mineral Concentrations in Bran and Abraded Kernel Fractions of a Normal Barley (Hordeum vulgare) Cultivar versus Four Low Phytic Acid Isolines -
Liu, K., Peterson, K.L., Raboy, V. 2007. Comparison of the Phosphorus and Mineral Concentrations in Bran and Abraded Kernel Fractions of a Normal Barley (Hordeum vulgare) Cultivar versus Four Low Phytic Acid (lpa) Isolines. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55:4453-4460.
Molecular Marker Development and Linkage Analysis in Three Low Phytic Acid Barley (Hordeum vulgare) Mutant Lines -
Roslinsky, V., Eckstein, P.E., Rossnagel, B.G., Scoles, G.J., Raboy, V. 2007. Molecular Marker Development and Linkage Analysis in Three Low Phytic Acid Barley (Hordeum vulgare) Mutant Lines. Molecular Breeding.
Low-phytate barley cultivars improve nutrient utilization in diets fed to young swine -
Veum, T.L., Ledoux, D.R., Raboy, V. 2007. Low-phytate barley cultivars improve nutrient utilization in diets fed to young swine. Journal of Animal Science. 85: 961-971
THE EFFECT OF LOW-PHYTATE MUTANT-M 995 BARLEY GRAIN ON PHYTATE DEGRADATION AND MINERAL DIGESTION IN SHEEP FED HIGH-GRAIN DIETS. -
Leytem, A.B., Taylor, J.B., Raboy, V., Plumstead, P.W. 2007. Dietary low-phytate mutant-M 955 barley grain alters phytate degradation and mineral digestion in sheep fed high-grain diets. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 138:13-28.
Effects of Low Phytic Acid Barley on Zinc Utilization in Young Broiler Chicks -
Linares, L.B., Broomhead, J.N., Guaiume, E.A., Ledoux, D.R., Veum, T.L., Raboy, V. 2007. Effects of Low Phytic Acid Barley on Zinc Utilization in Young Broiler Chicks. Poultry Science. v 86:299-308
REGISTRATION OF 'HERALD' BARLEY -
Bregitzer, P.P., Raboy, V., Obert, D.E., Windes, J.M., Whitmore, J.C. 2007. Registration of 'herald' barley. Crop Science 47:441-442, 2007
A Low Phytic Acid Barley Mutation Alters Gene Expression in Early Seed Development -
Bowen, D., Gutheri, M., Fu, J., Souza, E.J., Raboy, V. 2007. A Low Phytic Acid Barley Mutation Alters Gene Expression in Early Seed Development. Crop Science. 47(S2):S149-S159.
Seed Phosphorus and the development of low-phytate crops -
Raboy, V. 2006. Seed Phosphorus and the development of low-phytate crops. Inositol Phosphates in the Plant and Soil System 111-132
Phosphorus Fractions in Developing Seeds of Four Low Phytate Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Genotypes -
Bowen, D.E., Guttieri, M.J., Peterson, K.L., Raboy, V., Souza, E.J. 2006. Phosphorus Fractions in Developing Seeds of Four Low Phytate Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Genotypes. Crop Science 46: 2468-2473
EFFECTS OF FOUR INDEPENDENT LOW-PHYTATE MUTATIONS IN BARLEY (HORDEUM VULGARE L.)ON SEED PHOSPHORUS CHARACTERISTICS AND MALTING QUALITY -
Bregitzer, P.P., Raboy, V. 2006. Effects of four independent low-phytate mutations in barley (hordeum vulgare l.)on seed phosphorus characteristics and malting quality. Cereal Chemistry. Crop Sci. 46:1318-1322 (2006)
The effects of phytase supplementation on nutrient digestibility, plasma parameters, performance and carcass traits of pigs fed diets based on low-phytate barley fed without inorganic phosphorus -
Thacker, P.A., Rossnagel, B.G., Raboy, V. 2006. The effects of phytase supplementation on nutrient digestibility, plasma parameters, performance and carcass traits of pigs fed diets based on low-phytate barley fed without inorganic phosphorus. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 86: 245-254
EFFECTS OF FOUR INDEPENDENT LOW-PHYTATE MUTATIONS ON BARLEY (HORDEUM VULGARE L.) AGRONOMIC PERFORMANCE -
Bregitzer, P.P., Raboy, V. 2006. Effects of four independent low-phytate mutations on barley (hordeum vulgare l.) agronomic performance. Crop Science. 46:1318-1322.
ZINC ABSORPTION IN GUATEMALAN SCHOOL CHILDREN FED NORMAL OR LOW-PHYTATE MAIZE -
Mazariegos, M., Solomons, N.W., Hambidge, M.K., Krebs, N.F., Westcott, J.E., Sian, L., Campos, R., Barahona, B., Raboy, V. 2006. Zinc absorption in guatemalan school children fed normal or low-phytate maize. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. v 83 p 59-64
LINKING MANURE PROPERTIES TO SOIL PHOSPHORUS SOLUBILITY: IMPORTANCE OF THE CARBON TO PHOSPHORUS RATIO -
Leytem, A.B., Turner, B.L., Raboy, V., Peterson, K.L. 2005. Linking manure properties to phosphorus solubility in calcareous soils: Importance of the manure carbon to phosphorus ratio. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 69:1516-1524.
LINKING MANURE PROPERTIES TO SOIL PHOSPHORUS SOLUBILITY: IMPORTANCE OF THE CARBON TO PHOSPHORUS RATIO -
Leytem, A.B., Turner, B.L., Raboy, V. 2005. Linking manure properties to soil phosphorus solubility: importance of the carbon to phosphorus ratio. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 69:1516-1524.
ABSORPTION OF CALCIUM FROM TORTILLA MEALS PREPARED FROM LOW-PHYTATE MAIZE -
Hambidge, K.M., Krebs, N.F., Westcott, J.L., Sian, L., Miller, L.V., Peterson, K.L., Raboy, V. 2005. Absorption of calcium from tortilla meals prepared from low-phytate maize. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 82(1):84-87
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE STORAGE OF PHOSPHORUS, INOSITOL PHOSPHATE AND CATIONS IN GRAIN TISSUES OF FOUR BARLEY (HORDEUM VULGARE L.) LOW PHYTIC ACID GENETOYPES. -
Ockenden, I., Dorsch, J.A., Reid, M.M., Lin, L., Grant, L.K., Raboy, V., Lott, J.N. 2004. Characterization of the storage of phosphorus, inositol phosphate and cations in grain tissues of four barley (hHordeum vulgare lL.) low phytic acid genetoypes. Plant Science 167: 1131-1142.
MYO-INOSITOL AND SUCROSE CONCENTRATIONS AFFECT THE ACCUMULATION OF RAFFINOSE FAMILY OLIGOSACCHARIDES IN SEEDS. -
Karner, U., Peterbauer, T., Raboy, V., Jones, D.A., Hedley, C.L., Richter, A. 2004. Myo-inositol and sucrose concentrations affect the accumulation of raffinose family oligosaccharides in seeds.. Journal of Experimental Botany 55: 1981-1987.
ZINC ABSORPTION FROM LOW-PHYTATE HYBRIDS OF MAIZE AND THEIR WILD-TYPE ISOHYBRIDS. -
Hambidge, K.M., Huffer, J.W., Raboy, V., Grunwald, G.K., Westcott, J.L., Sian, L., Miller, L.V., Dorsch, J.A., Krebs, N.F. 2004. Zinc absorption from low-phytate hybrids of maize and their wild-type isohybrids.. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 79: 1053-1059.
IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A LOW PHYTIC ACID WHEAT -
Guttieri, M., Bowen, D., Dorsch, J.A., Raboy, V., Souza, E. 2004. Identification and characterization of a low phytic acid wheat. Crop Science 44:418-424.
REGISTRATION OF KBNT LPAL LOW PHYTIC ACID RICE GERMPLASM -
Rutger, J.N., Raboy, V., Moldenhauer, K.A., Bryant, R.J., Lee, F.N. 2004. Registration of KBNT lpal low phytic acid rice germplasm. Crop Science. 44:363.
PHOSPHORUS AND MINERAL CONCENTRATIONS IN WHOLE GRAIN AND MILLED LOW PHYTIC ACID (LPA) 1-1 RICE -
Bryant, R.J., Dorsch, J.A., Peterson, K.L., Rutger, J.N., Raboy, V. 2005. Phosphorus and mineral concentration in whole grain and milled low phytic acid (lpa) 1-1 rice. Cereal Chemistry. 82(5):517-522.
SEED PHOSPHORUS AND INOSITOL PHOSPHATE PHENOTYPE OF BARLEY LOW PHYTIC ACID GENOTYPES -
DORSCH, J.A., COOK, A., YOUN, K.A., ANDERSON, J.M., BAUMAN, A.T., VOLKMANN, C.J., MURTHY, P.N., RABOY, V. Seed Phosphorus and Inositol phosphate phenotype of barley low phytic acid genotypes. PHYTOCHEMISTRY. 2003.
DISTRIBUTION OF PHYTIC ACID IN GRAIN COMPONENTS OF LOW PHYTIC ACID RICE MUTANT LPAL -
EFFECT OF DIETARY PHYTASE AND HIGH AVAILABLE PHOSPHORUS (HAP) CORN ON BROILER CHICKEN PERFORMANCE -
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