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United States Department of Agriculture

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Roger P Wise
Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research
Genetics

Phone: (515) 294-9756
Fax: (515) 294-9420

Room 411
BESSEY HALL
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES , IA 500111020

Projects
Disease Resistance Signaling in Cereal Crops
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424849

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
iTAG Barley: A grade 7-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe Barley -
McGhee, L., Hayes, N., Schuck, R., Maffin, L., Hall, G., Hubband, T., Whigham, E., Fuerst, G.S., Wise, R.P. 2016. iTAG Barley: A grade 7-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe Barley. iTunes. Available: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/itag-barley-grade-7-12-curriculum/id1110510488?mt=11 & https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/itag-barley-grade-7-12-curriculum/id1108586855?mt=11.
Genes and small RNA transcripts exhibit dosage-dependent expression pattern in maize copy-number alterations -
Zuo, T., Zhang, J., Lithio, A., Dash, S., Weber, D., Wise, R.P., Nettleton, D., Peterson, T. 2016. Genes and small RNA transcripts exhibit dosage-dependent expression pattern in maize copy-number alterations. Genetics. 203(1):1177-1190. doi: 10.1534/genetics.116.188235.
Sequencing of 15,622 gene-bearing BACs clarifies the gene-dense regions of the barley genome -
Munoz-Amatriain, M., Lonardi, S., Luo, M., Madishetty, K., Svensson, J., Moscou, M., Wanamaker, S., Jiang, T., Kleinhofs, A., Muehlbauer, G., Wise, R.P., Stein, N., Ma, Y., Rodriguez, E., Kudrna, D., Bartos, J., Bhat, P., Chao, S., Condamine, P., Heinen, S., Resnik, J., Wing, R., Witt, H., Alpert, M., Beccuti, M., Bozdag, S., Cordero, F., Mirebrahim, H., Ounit, R., Wu, Y., You, F., Zheng, J., Dolezel, J., Grimwood, J., Schmutz, J., Duma, D., Altschmied, L., Blake, T., Bregitzer, P.P., Cooper, L., Dilbirligi, M., Falk, A., Feiz, L., Graner, A., Gustafson, P., Hayes, P., Lemaux, P., Mammadov, J., Close, T. 2015. Sequencing of 15,622 gene-bearing BACs clarifies the gene-dense regions of the barley genome. Plant Journal. 84(1):216-227. doi: 10.1111/tpj.12959.
The knottin-like Blufensin family regulates genes involved in nuclear import and the secretory pathway in barley-powdery mildew interactions -
Xu, W., Meng, Y., Surana, P., Fuerst, G.S., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2015. The knottin-like Blufensin family regulates genes involved in nuclear import and the secretory pathway in barley-powdery mildew interactions. Frontiers in Plant Science. 6:409. DOI:10.3389/fpls.2015.00409.
Broadly conserved fungal effector BEC1019 suppresses host cell death and enhances pathogen virulence in powdery mildew of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) -
Whigham, E., Qi, S., Mistry, D., Surana, P., Xu, R., Fuerst, G.S., Pliego, C., Bindschedler, L., Spanu, P., Dickerson, J., Innes, R.W., Nettleton, D., Bogdanove, A.J., Wise, R.P. 2015. Broadly conserved fungal effector BEC1019 suppresses host cell death and enhances pathogen virulence in powdery mildew of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 28(9): 968-983. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-02-15-0027-FI.
The miR9863 family regulates distinct Mla alleles in barley to attenuate NLR receptor-triggered disease resistance and cell-death signaling -
Liu, J., Cheng, X., Liu, D., Xu, W., Wise, R.P., Shen, Q. 2014. The miR9863 family regulates distinct Mla alleles in barley to attenuate NLR receptor-triggered disease resistance and cell-death signaling. PLoS Genetics. 10(12):e1004755. DOI:10.1371/journal.pgen.1004755.
Code-assisted discovery of TAL effector targets in bacterial leaf streak of rice reveals contrast with bacterial blight and a novel susceptibility gene -
Cernadas, R.A., Doyle, E.L., Nino-Liu, D., Wilkins, K.E., Bancroft, T., Wang, L., Schmidt, C., Caldo, R., Yang, B., White, F.F., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P., Bogdanove, A. 2014. Code-assisted discovery of TAL effector targets in bacterial leaf streak of rice reveals contrast with bacterial blight and a novel susceptibility gene. PLoS Pathogens. DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003972.
Mla- and Rom1-mediated control of microRNA398 and chloroplast copper/zinc superoxide dismutase regulates cell death in response to the barley powdery mildew fungus -
Xu, W., Meng, Y., Wise, R.P. 2014. Mla- and Rom1-mediated control of microRNA398 and chloroplast copper/zinc superoxide dismutase regulates cell death in response to the barley powdery mildew fungus. New Phytologist. 201(4):1396-1412.
iTAG Barley: A 9-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe barley -
Hayes, N., Maffin, L., McGhee, L., Hall, G., Hubbard, T., Whigham, E., Wise, R.P. 2013. iTAG Barley: A 9-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe barley. iTunes. Available: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/itag-barley/id715260619?mt=11.
Anchoring and ordering NGS contig assemblies by population sequencing (POPSEQ) -
Mascher, M., Muehlbauer, G.J., Rokhsar, D.S., Chapman, J., Schmutz, J., Barry, K., Munoz-Amatriain, M., Close, T.J., Wise, R.P., Schulman, A.H., Himmelbach, A., Mayer, K.F., Scholz, U., Poland, J.A., Stein, N., Waugh, R. 2013. Anchoring and ordering NGS contig assemblies by population sequencing (POPSEQ). Plant Journal. DOI: 10.1111/tpj.12319.
Prospects for advancing defense to cereal rusts through genetical genomics -
Ballini, E., Lauter, N.C., Wise, R.P. 2013. Prospects for advancing defense to cereal rusts through genetical genomics. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4:117.
Host-Induced gene silencing in barley powdery mildew reveals a class of ribonuclease-like effectors -
Pliego, C., Nowara, D., Bonciani, G., Gheorghe, D., Xu, R., Surana, P., Whigham, E., Nettleton, D., Bogdanove, A., Wise, R.P., Schweizer, P., Bindschedler, L., Spanu, P. 2013. Host-Induced gene silencing in barley powdery mildew reveals a class of ribonuclease-like effectors. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 26(6):633-642.
Flor revisited (again): eQTL and mutational analysis of NB-LRR mediated immunity to powdery mildew in barley -
Wise, R.P., Surana, P., Fuerst, G.S., Xu, R., Mistry, D., Dickerson, J., Nettleton, D. 2014. Flor revisited (again): eQTL and mutational analysis of NB-LRR mediated immunity to powdery mildew in barley. Journal of Integrative Agriculture. 13(2):237-243.
A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome -
Mayer, K., Waugh, R., Langridge, P., Close, T.J., Wise, R.P., Graner, A., Matsumoto, T., Sato, K., Schulman, A., Muehlbaueer, G.J., Stein, N., Ariyadasa, R., Schulte, D., Poursarebani, N., Zhou, R., Steuernagel, B., Mascher, M., Scholz, U., Shi, B., Madishetty, K., Svensson, J.T., Bhat, P., Moscou, M., Resnik, J., Hedley, P., Liu, H., Morris, J., Frenkel, Z., Korol, A., Berges, H., Taudien, S., Felder, M., Groth, M., Platzer, M., Himmelbach, A., Lonardi, S., Duma, D., Alpert, M., Cordero, F., Beccuti, M., Ciardo, G., Ma, Y., Wanamaker, S., Cattonaro, F., Vendramin, V., Scalabrin, S., Radovic, S., Wing, R., Morgante, M., Nussbaumer, T., Gundlach, H., Martis, M., Poland, J.A., Spannagl, M., Pfeifer, M., Moisy, C., Tanskanen, J., Zuccolo, A., Russell, J., Druka, A., Marshall, D., Bayer, M., Sampath, D., Febrer, M., Caccamo, M., Tanaka, T., Platzer, M., Fincher, G., Schmutzer, T. 2012. A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome. Nature. 491:711-716.
TEnest 2.0: Computational annotation and visualization of nested transposable elements -
Kronmiller, B.A., Wise, R.P. 2013. TEnest 2.0: Computational annotation and visualization of nested transposable elements. In: Peterson, T., editor. Methods in Molecular Biology. New York, NY: Springer. p. 305-320.
HvWRKY10, HvWRKY19, and HvWRKY28 positively regulate Mla-triggered immunity and basal defense to barley powdery mildew -
Meng, Y., Wise, R.P. 2012. HvWRKY10, HvWRKY19, and HvWRKY28 positively regulate Mla-triggered immunity and basal defense to barley powdery mildew. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. DOI:10.1094/MPMI-04-12-0082-R.
The hordeum toolbox - the barley CAP genotype and phenotype resource -
Blake, V.C., Kling, J.G., Hayes, P.M., Jannink, J., Jillella, S.R., Lee, J., Matthews, D.E., Chao, S., Close, T.J., Muehlbauer, G.J., Smith, K.P., Wise, R.P., Dickerson, J.A. 2012. The hordeum toolbox - the barley CAP genotype and phenotype resource. The Plant Genome. DOI: 10.385/plantgenome2012.03.0002.
Differential regulation of host mRNA translation during obligate pathogen-plant interactions -
Moeller, J.R., Moscou, M.J., Bancroft, T., Skadsen, R.W., Wise, R.P., Whitham, S.A. 2012. Differential regulation of host mRNA translation during obligate pathogen-plant interactions. Molecular Biosystems. 8:2153-2165.
iTAG Barley: A 9-12 classroom module to explore gene expression and segregation using Oregon Wolfe Barley -
Maffin, L., Hall, G., Hubbard, T., Whigham, E., Wise, R.P. 2012. iTAG Barley: A 9-12 classroom module to explore gene expression and segregation using Oregon Wolfe Barley. American Society of Plant Biologists. http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/my.aspb.org/resource/group/a9372bf4-9ae4-4d0b-ad0c-595c9dfc3543/itag_v20_march_2013.pdf.
PLEXdb: Gene expression resources for plants and plant pathogens -
Dash, S., Van Hemert, J., Hong, L., Wise, R.P., Dickerson, J.A. 2011. PLEXdb: Gene expression resources for plants and plant pathogens. Nucleic Acids Research. 40(D1):D1194-D1201.
Rf8-mediated T-urf13 transcript accumulation coincides with a pentatricopeptide repeat cluster on maize chromosome 2L -
Meyer, J.M., Pei, D., Wise, R.P. 2011. Rf8-mediated T-urf13 transcript accumulation coincides with a pentatricopeptide repeat cluster on maize chromosome 2L. The Plant Genome. 4(3):283-299.
Quantitative and qualitative stem rust resistance factors in barley are associated with transcriptional suppression of defense regulons -
Moscou, M.J., Lauter, N.C., Steffenson, B., Wise, R.P. 2011. Quantitative and qualitative stem rust resistance factors in barley are associated with transcriptional suppression of defense regulons. PLoS Genetics. 7(7):DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1002208.
Quantitative and temporal definition of the Mla transcriptional regulon during barley-powdery mildew interactions -
Moscou, M.J., Lauter, N.C., Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2011. Quantitative and temporal definition of the Mla transcriptional regulon during barley-powdery mildew interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 24(6):694-705.
Regulators of Innate Immunity in Cereal-fungal Interactions -
Wise, R.P., Meng, Y., Moscou, M.J., Xu, W. 2010. Regulators of Innate Immunity in Cereal-fungal Interactions. In: Antoun, H., Avis, T., Brisson, L., Prevost, D., Trepanier, M., editors. Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions. St. Paul, MN: International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. p. 1-7.
Comparative Transcriptional Profiling Established the Awn as the Major Photosynthetic Organ of the Barley Spike while the Lemma and the Palea Primarily Protect the Seed Reprint Icon -
Abebe, T., Wise, R.P., Skadsen, R.W. 2009. Comparative Transcriptional Profiling Established the Awn as the Major Photosynthetic Organ of the Barley Spike while the Lemma and the Palea Primarily Protect the Seed. The Plant Genome. 2(3):247-259.
Drought Response in the Spikes of Barley: Gene Expression in the Lemma, Palea, Awn, and Seed Reprint Icon -
Abebe, T., Melmaiee, K., Berg, V., Wise, R.P. 2009. Drought Response in the Spikes of Barley: Gene Expression in the Lemma, Palea, Awn, and Seed. Functional and Integrative Genomics. 10(2):191-205.
Strategies for the Production of Maize-derived Pharmaceuticals using Cytoplasmic Male Sterile Lines: in vitro Tissue Culture/Transformation and Field Breeding Approaches Reprint Icon -
Wang, K., Frame, B., Xu, X., Moeller, L., Lamkey, K., Wise, R.P. 2009. Strategies for the Production of Maize-derived Pharmaceuticals using Cytoplasmic Male Sterile Lines: in vitro Tissue Culture/Transformation and Field Breeding Approaches. Maydica. 54(1):199-210.
A Single Molecule Scaffold for the Maize Genome Reprint Icon -
Zhou, S., Wei, F., Nguyen, J., Bechner, M., Potamousis, K., Goldstein, S., Pape, L., Mehan, M.R., Churas, C., Pasternak, S., Forrest, D.K., Wise, R.P., Ware, D., Wing, R., Waterman, M., Livny, M., Schwartz, D.C. 2009. A Single Molecule Scaffold for the Maize Genome. PLoS Genetics. 5(11):1-14.
Transcript-based Cloning of RRP46, a Regulator of rRNA Processing and R-Gene-Independent Cell Death in Barley–Powdery Mildew Interactions Reprint Icon -
Xi, L., Moscou, M.J., Meng, Y., Xu, W., Caldo, R.A., Shaver, M., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2009. Transcript-based Cloning of RRP46, a Regulator of rRNA Processing and R-Gene-Independent Cell Death in Barley–Powdery Mildew Interactions. The Plant Cell. 21(10):3280-3295.
Computational Finishing of Large Sequence Contigs Reveals Interspersed Nested Repeats and Gene Islands in the rf1-associated Region of Maize Reprint Icon -
Kronmiller, B.A., Wise, R.P. 2009. Computational Finishing of Large Sequence Contigs Reveals Interspersed Nested Repeats and Gene Islands in the rf1-associated Region of Maize. Plant Physiology. doi: 10.1104. p. 109.143370. 151(2):483-495.
Comparative Transcriptomics in the Triticeae Reprint Icon -
Schreiber, A.W., Sutton, T., Caldo, R.A., Kalashyan, E., Lovell, B., Mayo, G., Muehlbauer, G.J., Druka, A., Waugh, R., Wise, R.P., Langridge, P., Baumann, U. 2009. Comparative Transcriptomics in the Triticeae. BioMed Central (BMC) Genetics. 10:285.
Genomics of Biotic Interactions in the Triticeae Reprint Icon -
Wise, R.P., Lauter, N.C., Szabo, L.J., Schweizer, P. 2009. Genomics of Biotic Interactions in the Triticeae. In: Feuillet, C., Muehlbauer, G., editors. Genetics and Genomics of the Triticeae. New York, NY: Springer. p. 559-589.
Towards Systems Genetic Analyses in Barley: Integration of Phenotypic, Expression and Genotype Data into GeneNetwork Reprint Icon -
Druka, A., Druka, I., Centeno, A.G., Li, H., Sun, Z., Thomas, W.T., Bonar, N., Steffenson, B.J., Ullrich, S.E., Kleinhofs, A., Wise, R.P., Close, T.J., Potokina, E., Luo, Z., Wagner, C., Schweizer, G.F., Marshall, D.F., Kearsey, M.J., Williams, R.W., Waugh, R. 2008. Towards Systems Genetic Analyses in Barley: Integration of Phenotypic, Expression and Genotype Data into GeneNetwork. BioMed Central (BMC) Genetics. 9:73.
Blufensin1 Negatively Impacts Basal Defense in Response to Barley Powdery Mildew Reprint Icon -
Meng, Y., Moscou, M., Wise, R.P. 2008. Blufensin1 Negatively Impacts Basal Defense in Response to Barley Powdery Mildew. Plant Physiology. 149(1):271-285.
Functional Contribution of Chorismate Synthase, Anthranilate Synthase, and Chorismate Mutase to Penetration Resistance in Barley-Powdery Mildew Interactions Reprint Icon -
Hu, P., Meng, Y., Wise, R.P. 2009. Functional Contribution of Chorismate Synthase, Anthranilate Synthase, and Chorismate Mutase to Penetration Resistance in Barley-Powdery Mildew Interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 22(3):311-320.
The International Barley Sequencing Consortium — At the Threshold of Efficient Access to the Barley Genome Reprint Icon -
Schulte, D., Close, T.J., Graner, A., Langridge, P., Matsumoto, T., Muehlbauer, G., Sato, K., Schulman, A.H., Waugh, R., Wise, R.P., Stein, N. 2009. The International Barley Sequencing Consortium — At the Threshold of Efficient Access to the Barley Genome. Plant Physiology. 149(1):142-147.
Tissue Dependent Limited Pleiotropy Affects Gene Expression in Barley Reprint Icon -
Potokina, E., Druka, A., Luo, Z., Moscou, M., Wise, R.P., Waugh, R., Kearsey, M. 2008. Tissue Dependent Limited Pleiotropy Affects Gene Expression in Barley. Plant Journal. 56(2):287-296. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2008.03601.x. Available: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/120696653/HTMLSTART.
Exploiting Regulatory Variation to Identify Genes Underlying Quantitative Resistance to the Wheat Stem Rust Pathogen Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in Barley Reprint Icon -
Druka, A., Potokina, E., Luo, Z., Bonar, N., Druka, I., Zhang, L., Marshall, D.F., Steffenson, B.J., Close, T.J., Wise, R.P., Kleinhofs, A., Williams, R.W., Kearsey, M.J., Waugh, R. 2008. Exploiting Regulatory Variation to Identify Genes Underlying Quantitative Resistance to the Wheat Stem Rust Pathogen Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in Barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 117(2):261-272. Available: http://www.springerlink.com/content/x16mlth1489u8161/fulltext.html.
Construction of Coexpression Networks to Explore Barley-Powdery Mildew Interactions -
Moscou, M.J., Caldo, R.A., Lauter, N.C., Wise, R.P. 2008. Construction of Coexpression Networks to Explore Barley-Powdery Mildew Interactions. In: Lorito, M., Woo, S.L., Scala, F., editors. Biology of Plant Microbe Interactions: The Impact of "omics." Volume 6. St. Paul, MN: APS Press. p. 113-117.
Diversification of Lrk/Tak Kinase Gene Clusters is Associated with Subfunctionalization and Cultivar-specific Transcript Accumulation in Barley Reprint Icon -
Hu, P., Wise, R.P. 2008. Diversification of Lrk/Tak Kinase Gene Clusters is Associated with Subfunctionalization and Cultivar-specific Transcript Accumulation in Barley. Functional and Integrative Genomics. 8:199-209. Available: http://www.springerlink.com/content/cn67678u46506857/fulltext.html.
Gene-For-Gene-Mediated Transcriptome Reprogramming in Barley-Powdery Mildew Interactions -
Moscou, M.J., Lauter, N.C., Caldo, R.A., Wise, R.P. 2007. Gene-For-Gene-Mediated Transcriptome Reprogramming in Barley-Powdery Mildew Interactions [abstract]. Annual International Plant & Animal Genome Conference. Abstract Book. p. 88.
PLEXdb: Plant and Pathogen Expression Database and Tools for Comparative and Functional Genomics Analysis -
Cannon, E.K., Dash, S., Lu, H., Nadkarni, D., Thomas, A., Lauter, N.C., Brendel, V., Wise, R.P., Dickerson, J.A. 2007. PLEXdb: Plant and Pathogen Expression Database and Tools for Comparative and Functional Genomics Analysis [abstract]. Annual International Plant & Animal Genome Conference. Abstract Book. p. 351.
Genetical Genomic Dissection of Stem Rust Infection in Barley -
Lauter, N.C., Moscou, M.J., Rodriguez, J.E., Fuerst, G.S., Steffenson, B.J., Jin, Y., Szabo, L.J., Wise, R.P. 2007. Genetical Genomic Dissection of Stem Rust Infection in Barley [abstract]. Annual International Plant & Animal Genome Conference. Book of Abstracts. p. 17.
TEnest: Automated Chronological Annotation and Visualization of Nested Plant Transposable Elements Reprint Icon -
Kronmiller, B.A., Wise, R.P. 2007. TEnest: Automated Chronological Annotation and Visualization of Nested Plant Transposable Elements. Plant Physiology. 146(1):45-59.
Gene Expression Quantitative Trait Locus Analysis of 16,000 Barley Genes Reveals a Complex Pattern of Genome-wide Transcriptional Regulation -
Potokina, E., Druka, A., Luo, Z.W., Wise, R.P., Waugh, R., Kearsey, M.J. 2008. Gene Expression Quantitative Trait Locus Analysis of 16,000 Barley Genes Reveals a Complex Pattern of Genome-wide Transcriptional Regulation. Plant Journal. 53(1):90-101.
Transcript Profiling in Host-pathogen Interactions -
Wise, R.P., Moscou, M.M., Whitham, S.A., Bogdanove, A.J. 2007. Transcript Profiling in Host-pathogen Interactions. Annual Review of Phytopathology. 45:329-369.
SFP Genotyping from Affymetrix Arrays is Robust but Largely Detects Cis-acting Expression Regulators Reprint Icon -
Luo, Z.W., Potokina, E., Druka, A., Wise, R.P., Waugh, R., Kearsey, M.J. 2007. SFP genotyping from Affymetrix arrays is robust but largely detects cis-acting expression regulators. Genetics. 176:789-800.
High-throughput gene expression studies provide clues for how cereal crops grow Reprint Icon -
Wise, R.P., Muehlbauer, G. 2006. High-throughput gene expression studies provide clues for how cereal crops grow. USDA-NRI Research Highlight. 3:1-2.
Mapping multiple disease resistance genes using a barley mapping population evaluated in Peru, Mexico, and the USA Reprint Icon -
Rossi, C., Cuesta-Marcos, A., Vales, I., Gomez-Pando, L., Orjeda, G., Wise, R.P., Sato, K., Hori, K., Capettini, F., Vivar, H., Chen, X., Hayes, P. 2006. Mapping multiple disease resistance genes using a barley mapping population evaluated in Peru, Mexico, and the USA. Molecular Breeding. 18(4):355-366.
Mapping multiple disease resistance genes using a barley mapping population evaluated in Peru, Mexico, and the USA -
Rossi, C., Cuesta-Marcos, A., Vales, I., Gomez-Pando, L., Orjeda, G., Wise, R.P., Sato, K., Hori, K., Capettini, F., Vivar, H., Chen, X., Hayes, P. 2006. Mapping multiple disease resistance genes using a barley mapping population evaluated in Peru, Mexico, and the USA. Molecular Breeding 18:355-366.
CONTRIBUTION OF GENETIC DIVERSITY TO TYPE I ERRORS IN SHORT-OLIGONUCLEOTIDE MICROARRAY ANALYSIS -
Kirst, M., Caldo, R., Casati, P., Tanimoto, G., Walbot, V., Wise, R.P., Buckler Iv, E.S. 2006. Contribution of genetic diversity to type 1 errors in short-oligonucleotide microarray analysis. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 4:489-498.
Stage-specific Suppression of Basal Defense Discriminates Barley Plants Containing Fast- and Delayed-acting Mla Powdery Mildew Resistance Alleles -
Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Peng, J., Wise, R.P. 2006. Stage-specific Suppression of Basal Defense Discriminates Barley Plants Containing Fast- and Delayed-acting Mla Powdery Mildew Resistance Alleles. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 19(9):939-947.
ESTIMATING THE NUMBER OF TRUE NULL HYPOTHESES FROM A HISTOGRAM OF P-VALUES -
Nettleton, D., Hwang, G., Caldo, R.A., Wise, R.P. 2006. Estimating the number of true null hypotheses from a histogram of p-values. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics. 11:337-356.
BarleyBase/PLEXdb: A Unified Expression Profiling Database for Plants and Plant Pathogens -
Wise, R.P., Caldo, R.A., Hong, L., Shen, L., Dickerson, J.A. 2007. BarleyBase/PLEXdb: A Unified Expression Profiling Database for Plants and Plant Pathogens. In: David Edwards editor. Plant Bioinformatics: Methods and Protocols. Secaucus, N.J. Springer. p. 347-363.
UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES OF THE BARLEY MLA13 POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE GENE FUNCTION COOPERATIVELY TO DOWN-REGULATE TRANSLATION -
Halterman, D.A., Wise, R.P. 2006. Upstream open reading frames of the barley Mla13 powdery mildew resistance gene function cooperatively to down-regulate translation. Molecular Plant Pathology. 7:167-176.
AN ATLAS OF GENE EXPRESSION FROM SEED TO SEED THROUGH BARLEY DEVELOPMENT -
Druka, A., Muehlbauer, G., Druka, I., Caldo, R., Baumann, U., Rostoks, N., Schreiber, A., Wise, R.P., Close, T., Kleinhofs, A. 2006. An atlas of gene expression from seed to seed through barley development. Functional and Integrative Genomics. 6(3):202-211.
INTERPLAY OF GENE-SPECIFIC DISEASE RESISTANCE, BASAL DEFENSE, AND THE SUPPRESSION OF HOST RESPONSES TO BARLEY POWDERY MILDEW -
Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2006. Interplay of gene-specific disease resistance, basal defense, and the suppression of host responses to barley powdery mildew. In: Sanchez, F., Quinto, C., Lopez-Lara, I., Geiger, O., editors. Biology of Plant Microbe Interactions. St. Paul, MN: International Society of Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. Vol. 5, p. 620-624.
BARLEYBASE/WHEATPLEX: THE TRITICEAE HUB OF PLEXDB PLANT EXPRESSION DATABASE -
Wise, R.P., Shen, L., Gong, J., Xin, J., Caldo, R., Nettleton, D., Dickerson, J. 2005. BarleyBase/WheatPLEX: The triticeae hub of PLEXdb plant expression database. International Triticeae Mapping Initiative Workshop. Available: http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/ITMI/ITMI2005/Wise_BarleyBase/.
INTERPLAY OF GENE-SPECIFIC DISEASE RESISTANCE, BASAL DEFENSE, AND THE SUPPRESSION OF HOST-RESPONSES -
Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2005. Interplay of gene-specific disease resistance, basal defense, and the suppression of host-responses. 2005 Society for In Vitro Biology Proceedings. PS1.
AFFYMETRIX MAIZE PILOT EXPRESSION ARRAY -
Williams, A., Caldo, R., Hanna, D., McLean, L., Tanimoto, G., Wise, R.P. 2005. Affymetrix maize pilot expression array. Plant and Animal Genome XIII Conference Proceedings. P897.
BARLEYBASE - PUTTING LARGE-SCALE PLANT EXPRESSION PROFILING DATA INTO A FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS CONTEXT -
Shen, L., Gong, J., Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Cook, D., Wise, R.P., Dickerson, J.A. 2005. BarleyBase - Putting large-scale plant expression profiling data into a functional genomics context. Plant and Animal Genome XIII Conference Proceedings. P878.
INDUCTION OF BASAL DEFENSE DIFFERENTIATES RAPID AND DELAYED HOST-SPECIFIC BARLEY RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW -
Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2005. Induction of basal defense differentiates rapid and delayed host-specific barley resistance to powdery mildew. Plant and Animal Genome XIII Conference Proceedings. P665.
MULTIPLE UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES OF THE BARLEY MLA13 POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE GENE COLLECTIVELY DOWN-REGULATE TRANSLATION -
Halterman, D.A., Wise, R.P. 2005. Multiple Upstream Open Reading Frames Of The Barley Mla13 Powdery Mildew Resistance Gene Collectively Down-Regulate Translation. XIII Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. p. P729.
SEQUENCING A 1.3 MB CONTIG SPANNING THE RF1 FERTILITY RESTORER LOCUS AS A PROTOTYPE TO ASSESS COMPLEX-GENOME COVERAGE STRATEGIES -
Kronmiller, B., Gobelman Werner, K.S., Wise, R.P. 2005. Sequencing a 1.3 Mb contig spanning the rf1 fertility restorer locus as a prototype to assess complex-genome coverage strategies. 47th Annual Maize Genetics Conference Abstracts. P184.
BARLEYBASE - AN EXPRESSION PROFILING DATABASE FOR PLANT GENOMICS -
Shen, L., Gong, J., Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Cook, D., Wise, R.P., Dickerson, J.A. 2005. Barleybase - an expression profiling database for plant genomics. Nucleic Acids Research. 33:D614-D618.
FLOR REVISITED: SYSTEMS BIOLOGY IN BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS -
Wise, R.P., Caldo, R.A., Halterman, D.A., Nettleton, D.A. 2004. Flor revisited: Systems biology in barley-powdery mildew interactions. Cereal Rusts and Mildews Conference European and Mediterranean Proceedings. Abstract 1.14, Cereal Rusts and Powdery Mildews Bulletin.
INTERACTION-DEPENDENT GENE EXPRESSION IN MLA-SPECIFIED RESPONSE TO BARLEY POWDERY MILDEW -
Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D.A., Wise, R.P. 2004. Interaction-dependent gene expression in Mla-specified response to barley powdery mildew. The Plant Cell. 16:2514-2528.
SYSTEMS BIOLOGY IN BARLEY POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS -
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF A ONE-MEGABASE SEQUENCE SPANNING THE MAIZE RF1 FERTILITY RESTORER WITH THE RICE GENOME -
Kronmiller, B., Gobelman Werner, K.S., Wise, R.P. 2004. Comparative analysis of a one-megabase sequence spanning the maize rf1 fertility restorer with the rice genome. Proceedings of Keystone Symposia "Comparative Genomics of Plants." p. 117.
A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE SIXTH LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT OF BARLEY MLA6 AND MLA13 ALLEVIATES DEPENDENCE ON RAR1 FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNALING -
Halterman, D.A., Wise, R.P. 2004. A single amino acid substitution in the sixth leucine-rich repeat of barley Mla6 and Mla13 alleviates dependence on Rar1 for disease resistance signaling. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XII Conference. p. 858.
INTERPLAY OF NON-SPECIFIC AND SPECIFIC MODULATION PATTERNS OF BARLEY TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSES DURING POWDERY MILDEW INFECTION -
Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P. 2004. Interplay of non-specific and specific modulation patterns of barley transcriptional responses during powdery mildew infection. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XII Conference. p. 793.
DECIPHERING RAR1 SIGNALING SPECIFICITY IN BARLEY/POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS -
Halterman, D.A., Wise, R.P. 2004. Deciphering Rar1 signaling specificity in barley/powdery mildew interactions. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XII Conference. p. W199.
PROBE-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF GENE-FOR-GENE-SPECIFIED RESPONSES IN BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS -
Wise, R.P., Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D.S., Dickerson, J.A. 2004. Probe-level analysis of gene-for-gene-specified responses in barley-powdery mildew interactions. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XII Conference. p. W264.
PHYSICAL MAPPING OF NEW LRK AND TAK RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE GENE CLUSTERS IN BARLEY -
Hu, P., Wise, R.P. 2004. Physical mapping of new Lrk and Tak receptor-like kinase gene clusters in barley. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XII Conference. p. 857.
BARLEYBASE - AN EXPRESSION PROFILING DATABASE FOR CEREAL GENOMICS -
Tang, X., Gong, J., Xin, J., Lishuang, S., Turner, S., Caldo, R., Nettleton, D., Wise, R.P., Dickerson, J. 2004. BarleyBase - An expression profiling database for cereal genomics. Plant and Animal Genome XII Conference. p. 944.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF A ONE-MEGABASE SEQUENCE SPANNING THE MAIZE RF1 FERTILITY RESTORER WITH THE RICE GENOME -
Kronmiller, B., Gobelman Werner, K.S., Wise, R.P. 2004. Comparative analysis of a one-megabase sequence spanning the maize Rf1 fertility restorer with the rice genome. 46th Maize Genetics Conference. p. 112.
PARALLEL EXPRESSION PROFILING OF GENE-FOR-GENE-SPECIFIED RESPONSES IN BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS -
Wise, R.P., Caldo, R.A., Nettleton, D.A. 2004. Parallel expression profiling of gene-for-gene-specified responses in barley-powdery mildew interactions.Plant and Animal Genome XII Conference. p. W33.
PARALLEL GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS IN CEREAL DEVELOPMENT -
Druka, A., Muehlbauer, G., Caldo, R., Wise, R.P., Close, T., Kleinhofs, A., Graner, A., Schulman, A., Langridge, P., Sato, K., Hayes, P., Marshall, D., Waugh, R. 2004. Parallel gene expression analysis in cereal development. Plant and Animal Genome XII Conference. p. 783.
A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE SIXTH LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT OF BARLEY MLA6 AND MLA13 ALLEVIATES DEPENDENCE ON RAR1 FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNALING -
Halterman, D.A., Wise, R.P. 2004. A single amino acid substitution in the sixth leucine-rich repeat of barley MLA6 and MLA13 alleviates dependence on RAR1 for disease resistance signaling. Plant Journal. 38:215-226.
A NEW RESOURCE FOR CEREAL GENOMICS: 22K BARLEY GENECHIP COMES OF AGE -
Close, T., Wanamaker, S., Caldo, R., Turner, S., Ashlock, D., Dickerson, J., Wing, R., Muehlbauer, G., Kleinhofs, A., Wise, R.P. 2004. A new resource for cereal genomics: 22k barley genechip comes of age. Plant Physiology. 134:960-968.
A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE SIXTH LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT OF BARLEY MLA ALLEVIATES DEPENDENCE ON RAR1 FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNALING -
HALTERMAN, D.A., WISE, R.P. A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE SIXTH LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT OF BARLEY MLA ALLEVIATES DEPENDENCE ON RAR1 FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNALING. AVAILABLE FROM: http://www.apsnet.org/meetings/2003/abstracts/a03ma232.htm. AMERICAN PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING. 2003. Phytopathology 93:S32 Publication no. P-2003-0232-AMA.
A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE SIXTH LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT OF BARLEY MLA ALLEVIATES DEPENDENCE ON RAR1 FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNALING -
HALTERMAN, D.A., WISE, R.P. A SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION IN THE SIXTH LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT OF BARLEY MLA ALLEVIATES DEPENDENCE ON RAR1 FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE SIGNALING. AVAILABLE FROM: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2003/public/P49/1386.html. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLANT BIOLOGISTS ANNUAL MEETING. 2003. Poster 821 Session 49; Plant Pathogen/Symbiont Interactions.
PARALLEL EXPRESSION PROFILING OF GENE-FOR-GENE-SPECIFIED RESPONSES IN BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS -
CALDO, R., NETTLETON, D., TURNER, S., DICKERSON, J., WISE, R.P. PARALLEL EXPRESSION PROFILING OF GENE-FOR-GENE-SPECIFIED RESPONSES IN BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS. AVAILABLE FROM: http://www.ispmb2003.com/. PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2003. Poster S21-51.
COMPREHENSIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILING OF BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS USING AFFYMETRIX GENECHIPS -
CALDO, R., NETTLETON, D., TURNER, S., ASHLOCK, D., DICKERSON, J., WISE, R.P. COMPREHENSIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILING OF BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS USING AFFYMETRIX GENECHIPS. AVAILABLE FROM: http://www.keystonesymposia.org/Meetings/ViewMeetings.cfm?MeetingID=658. KEYSTONE SYMPOSIA. 2003.
POWDERY MILDEW INDUCED MLA MRNAS ARE ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED AND CONTAIN UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES THAT CUMULATIVELY DOWN-REGULATE TRANSLATION -
HALTERMAN, D.A., WISE, R.P. POWDERY MILDEW INDUCED MLA MRNAS ARE ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED AND CONTAIN UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES THAT CUMULATIVELY DOWN-REGULATE TRANSLATION. AVAILABLE FROM: http://www.keystonesymposia.org/Meetings/ViewMeetings.cfm?MeetingID=658. KEYSTONE SYMPOSIA. 2003.
POWDERY MILDEW INDUCED MLA MRNAS ARE ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED AND CONTAIN UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES THAT CUMULATIVELY DOWN REGULATE TRANSLATION -
HALTERMAN, D.A., WEI, F., WISE, R.P. POWDERY MILDEW INDUCED MLA MRNAS ARE ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED AND CONTAIN UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES THAT CUMULATIVELY DOWN REGULATE TRANSLATION. AVAILABLE FROM: http://www.intl-pag.org/11/abstracts/P7b_P827_XI.html. PLANT AND ANIMAL GENOME CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2003. ABSTRACT NO. P827.
MLA RESISTANCE SPECIFICITIES ARE NOT LINEAR DESCENDANTS OF A COMMON ANCESTOR, BUT EVOLVED SEPARATELY SUBSEQUENT TO GENE DUPLICATION -
HALTERMAN, D.A., WISE, R.P. MLA RESISTANCE SPECIFICITIES ARE NOT LINEAR DESCENDANTS OF A COMMON ANCESTOR, BUT EVOLVED SEPARATELY SUBSEQUENT TO GENE DUPLICATION. AVAILABLE FROM: http://www.intl-pag.org/11/abstracts/P7b_P828_XI.html. PLANT AND ANIMAL GENOME CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2003. ABSTRACT NO. P828.
PARALLEL EXPRESSION ANALYSIS USING BARLEY MICROARRAYS -
Wise, R.P., Caldo, R.A., Turner, S., Ashlock, D., Dickerson, J. 2003. Parallel expression analysis using barley microarrays. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XI Conference. p. W50.
EVOLUTIONARY ORGANIZATION OF THE MLA LOCUS IN THE POACEAE -
Turner, S., Wise, R.P. 2003. Evolutionary organization of the Mla locus in the poaceae. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XI Conference. p. 351.
GENOME-WIDE PHYSICAL MAPPING OF PATHOGEN-RESPONSE GENES IN BARLEY -
Hu, P., Wise, R.P. 2003. Genome-wide physical mapping of pathogen-response genes in barley. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XI Conference. p. 403.
ELUCIDATION OF THE INCOMPATIBLE AND COMPATIBLE BARLEY-POWDERY MILDEW INTERACTIONS USING AFFYMETRIX GENECHIPS: A MICROARRAY REPRESENTATION OF THE QUADRATIC CHECK -
Caldo, R.A., Wise, R.P. 2003. Elucidation of the incompatible and compatible barley-powdery mildew interactions using affymetrix genechips: a microarray representation of the quadratic check. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. XI Conference. p. 758.
POWDERY MILDEW INDUCED MLA MRNAS ARE ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED AND CONTAIN UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAMES -
Halterman, D.A., Wei, F., Wise, R.P. 2003. Powdery mildew induced Mla mRNAs are alternatively spliced and contain upstream open reading frames. Plant Physiology. 131(2):558-567.
ALTERNATIVE TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION SITES AND POLYADENYLATION SITES ARE RECRUITED DURING MU SUPPRESSION AT THE RF2A LOCUS OF MAIZE -
Cui, X., Hsia, A., Liu, F., Ashlock, D.A., Wise, R.P., Schnable, P.S. 2003. Alternative transcription initiation sites and polyadenylation sites are recruited during Mu suppression at the rf2a locus of maize. Genetics. 163:685-698.
NUCLEAR-MEDIATED MITOCHONDRIAL GENE REGULATION AND MALE FERTILITY IN HIGHER PLANTS: LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL? -
Wise, R.P., Pring, D.R. 2002. Nuclear-mediated mitochondrial gene regulation and male fertility in higher plants: light at the end of the tunnel? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 99:10240-10242.
RDS AND RIH MEDIATE HYPERSENSITIVE CELL DEATH INDEPENDENT OF GENE-FOR-GENE RESISTANCE TO THE OAT CROWN RUST PATHOGEN, PUCCINIA CORONATA F. SP. AVENAE -
RESISTANCE GENE -
Wise, R.P., Schulze-Lefert, P., Zhou, F., Kurth, J., Halterman, D.A., Wei, F., Elliot, C. 2002. Resistance gene. Patent Application. U.S. Patent 10/148,351.
GENOME DYNAMICS AND EVOLUTION OF THE MLA (POWDERY MILDEW) RESISTANCE LOCUS IN BARLEY -
RECOGNITION SPECIFICITY AND POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF MLA (POWDERY MILDEW) RESISTANCE ALLELES IN BARLEY -
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF THE MLA PLANT-DEFENSE COMPLEX -
NUCLEAR-DIRECTED MODIFICATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTS IN CMS-T MAIZE -
VECTOR-BASED HOMOLOGY ANALYSIS OF DATA SETS FROM DIVERSE TAXA FOR A TRITICEAE MICROARRAY -
THE GENE-RICH MLA-REGION CONTAINS DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED, DEFENSE GENE FAMILIES INTERSPERSED WITH NESTED RETROTRANSPOSONS -
RDS AND RIH MEDIATE HYPERSENSITIVE CELL DEATH INDEPENDENT OF GENE-FOR-GENE RESISTANCE TO THE OAT CROWN RUST PATHOGEN, PUCCINIA CORONATA F. SP. AVENAE -
EVOLUTION OF A PLANT-DEFENSE GENE CLUSTER -
CHARACTERIZATION OF MLA-MEDIATED POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BARLEY -
THE MLA6 COILED-COIL, NBS-LRR PROTEIN CONFERS AVRMLA6-DEPENDENT RESISTANCE SPECIFICITY TO BLUMERIA GRAMINIS F. SP. HORDEI IN BARLEY AND WHEAT -
THE MLA6 COILED-COIL, NBS-LRR PROTEIN CONFERS AVRMLA6-DEPENDENT RESISTANCE SPECIFICITY TO BLLUMERIA GRAMINIS F. SP. HORDEI IN BARLEY AND WHEAT -
CELL-AUTONOMOUS EXPRESSION OF BALEY MLA1 CONFERS RACE--SPECIFIC RESISTANCE TO THE POWDRY MILDEW FUNGUS VIA A RAR1 INDEPENDENT SIGNALING PATHWAY -
SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF THE 270-KB MLA-SPANNING REGION REVEALS COUPLED DEFENSE GENE FAMILIES -
DISEASE RESISTANCE: WHATS BREWING IN BARLEY GENOMICS -
RAPD-DERIVED MARKERS FLANKING THE MLA RESISTANCE GENE CLUSTER IN BARLEY -
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF MLA-MEDIATED POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN BARLEY -
UNRAVELING THE MAIZE RF1 GENOMIC REGION -
AN ANCHORED AFLP AND RETROTRANSPOSON-BASED MAP OF DIPLOID AVENA -
THE MLA CLUSTER OF BARLEY IS ASSOCIATED WITH THREE INTERSPERSED FAMILIES OF NBS-LRR TYPE RESISTANCE GENES -
A BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME LIBRARY FOR BARLEY (HORDEUM VULGARE L.) AND THE IDENTIFICATION OF CLONES CONTAINING PUTATIVE RESISTANCE GENES -
THE MLA (POWDERY MILDEW) RESISTANCE CLUSTER IS ASSOCIATED WITH THREE NBS- LRR GENE FAMILIES AND SUPPRESSED RECOMBINATION WITHIN A 240-KB DNA INTERVAL ON CHROMOSOME 5S (1HS) OF BARLEY -
CHROMOSOME LANDING AND SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF THE MLA RESISTANCE GENE CLUSTERIN BARLEY -
PHYSICAL MAPPING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF YACS DERIVED FROM THE MLA- RESISTANCE GENE REGION IN BARLEY -
MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPT PROCESSING AND RESTORATION OF MALE FERTILITY IN T-CYTOPLASM MAIZE -
MOLECULAR MARKER LINKAGE MAPS IN DIPLOID AND HEXAPLOID OAT (AVENA SP.) -
THE MOECULAR BASIS OF CYTOPLASMIC MALE STERILITY AND FERTILITY RESTORATION -
THE GENETICS, PATHOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF T-CYTOPLASM MALE STERILITY IN MAIZE (REVIEW) -
SUPPRESSION OF RF2-MU ALLELES -
MITOCHONDRIAL ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY IS REQUIRED FOR MALE FERTILITY IN MAIZE -
DISSECTING A RESISTANCE LOCUS WITH MULTIPLE SPECIFICITIES TO <I>PUCCINIA CORONATA</I> AND ESTABLISHING A SATURATED AFLP MAP IN DIPLOID <I>AVENA</I> -
HIGH RESOLUTION MAPPING ADJACENT TO THE PC71 CROWN-RUST RESISTANCE LOCUS INHEXAPLOID OAT -
NUCLEAR GENES MEDIATING PROCESSING OF MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTS AND RESTORATION OF POLLEN FERTILITY IN T. CYTOPLASM, MALE-STERILE MAIZE -
RF8 AND RF* MEDIATE UNIQUE T-URF13-TRANSCRIPT ACCUMULATION, REVEALING A MITOCHONDRIAL CONSENSUS SEQUENCE ASSOCIATED WITH RNA PROCESSING AND RESTORATION OF POLLEN FERTILITY IN T-CYTOPLASM MAIZE -
BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RF2 PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR THE RESTORATION OF FERTILITY TO CMST -
UNLINKED RF GENES MEDIATE UNIQUE T-URFL3 TRANSCRIPT ACCUMULATION, REVEALINGA MITOCHONDRIAL CONSENSUS SEQUENCE ASSOCIATED WITH RNA PROCESSING -
AFLP MAPPING OF THE PCA CROWN-RUST RESISTANCE-GENE CLUSTER IN DIPLOID -
GENETIC AND PHYSICAL ANALYSIS OF THE MLA RESISTANCE GENE CLUSTER IN BARLEY -
THE RF2 NUCLEAR RESTORER GENE OF MALE-STERILE, T-CYTOPLASM MAIZE ENCODES A PUTATIVE ALDEHYDE DEHYDOGENASE -
MUTATOR-INDUCED MUTANTS OF THE RF1 NUCLEAR RESTORER OF T-CYTOPLASM MALE- STERILE MAIZE ALTER T-URF13 MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTION -
MOLECULAR ISOLATION AND ANALYSIS OF THE RF2 NUCLEAR RESTORER GENE OF THE MALE-STERILE, T CYTOPLASM OF MAIZE -
MUTATOR-INDUCED MUTATIONS OF THE RF1 NUCLEAR FERTILITY RESTORER OF T-CYTOPLASM MAIZE ALTER THE ACCUMULATION OF T-URF13 MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTS -
RF8, A SECOND NUCLEAR GENE THAT ALTERS T-URF13 MITOCHONDRIAL-TRANSCRIPT ACCUMULATION AND RESTORES POLLEN FERTILITY IN T-CYTOPLASM MAIZE -
THE RF2 NUCLEAR RESTORER OF MALE-STERILE, T-CYTOPLASM MAIZE ENCODES AN ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE -
COMPLEMENTARY GENES FOR CROWN RUST RESISTANCE IN CULTIVATED OAT -
PHYSICAL ANALYSIS OF RECOMBINATION EVENTS ADJACENT TO THE MLA LOCUS ON BARLEY CHROMOSOME 1H -
RECOMBINATION WITHIN A 5 CM REGION IN DIPLOID AVENA REVEALS MULTIPLE SPECIFICITIES CONFERRING RESISTANCE TO PUCCINIA CORONATA -
CROWN RUST RESISTANCE IN HEXAPLOID OAT DETERMINED BY TWO COMPLEMENTARY LOCI -
VARIATION IN THE RATIO OF PHYSICAL TO GENETIC DISTANCE AND MICROSYNTENY WITH RICE BACS IN INTERVALS ADJACENT TO THE MLA LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME 1H IN BARLEY -
COMPARATIVE MAPPING OF HOMOEOLOGOUS GROUP 1 REGIONS AND GENES FOR RESISTANCE TO OBLIGATE BIOTROPHS IN AVENA, HORDEUM, AND ZEA MAYS -
MOLECULAR ISOLATION AND ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR RESTORER GENES FOR THE MALE- STERILE T CYTOPLASM -
THE RF2 NUCLEAR RESTORER OF MALE-STERILE T CYTOPLASM ENCODES AN ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE -
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