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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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John J Burke
Plant Stress and Germplasm Development Research
Plant Physiology

Phone: (806) 749-5560 ext. 5216
Fax: (806) 723-5272

3810 4TH STREET
LUBBOCK , TX 794150000

Projects
Enhancing Plant Resistance to Water-Deficit and Thermal Stresses in Economically Important Crops
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 424775
Genetic Enhancement of Sorghum as a Versatile Crop
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425249
Novel Technologies to Solve the Water Use Problem of High Yielding C4 Bioenergy and Bioproduct Feedstocks
Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I)
  Accession Number: 430701
Molecular Characterization of Nematode and Fusarium Wilt Resistance in the Cotton Genome
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 430900
Assessment of Drought and Disease Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 426194
Technologies, Genotypes and Planting Strategies to Enhance Cotton Germination under Limited Soil Moisture Conditions
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 426261
Assessment of Drought Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 427815
Assessment of Drought and Disease Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 430613
Assessment of Abiotic and Biotic Factors in Greenhouse and Field Evaluation for Fusarium Wilt (FOV) Resistance in Cotton
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 425479
Molecular-Genetic Analysis of Cotton Germplasm for Abiotic and Biotic Stress Tolerance
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 430906
Genetic Enhancement of Sorghum as a Versatile Crop
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 425145

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Genome-wide association study of leaf traits responsive to heat stress in sorghum association panel -
Sugarcane aphid resistant sorghums found within USDA-ARS Lubbock, TX genotypes -
Limaje, A., Hayes, C.M., Armstrong, J.S., Zarrabi, A., Hoback, W.W., Paudyal, S., Burke, J.J. 2016. Sugarcane aphid resistant sorghums found within USDA-ARS Lubbock, TX genotypes [abstract]. In: Valentin, K.E., Burow, G.B., Jugulam, M. Proceedings of the 2016 SICNA Meeting, September 19-21, 2016, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 27-28. Available: www.sicna.net.
SNP marker discovery in Pima cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) leaf transcriptomes -
Kottapalli, P., Ulloa, M., Kottapalli, K.R., Payton, P.R., Burke, J.J. 2016. SNP marker discovery in Pima cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) leaf transcriptomes. Genomics Insights. 2016:9 51-60.
A sorghum mutant resource as an efficient platform for gene discovery in grasses -
Jiao, Y., Burke, J.J., Chopra, R., Burow, G.B., Chen, J., Wang, B., Hayes, C.M., Emendack, Y., Ware, D., Xin, Z. 2016. A sorghum mutant resource as an efficient platform for gene discovery in grasses. The Plant Cell. 28:1551-1562.
Screening of abscisic acid insensative (ABI) and low phosphorous efficiency (LPE) mutants from some sequenced lines in the sorghum TILLING population -
Wang, M.L., Xin, Z., Moon, S.S., Tischenko, V., Tonnis, B.D., Pinnow, D.L., Yu, J., Burke, J.J., Pederson, G.A. 2016. Screening of abscisic acid insensative (ABI) and low phosphorous efficiency (LPE) mutants from some sequenced lines in the sorghum TILLING population. Plant Biology. Paper No. 700-015-Z.
Comparative hi-density intraspecific linkage mapping using three elite populations from common parents -
Integrated translational genomics for analysis of complex traits in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Chopra, R., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2016. Integrated translational genomics for analysis of complex traits in sorghum [abstract]. Southern Section of American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. 48.
Sorghum recombinant inbred lines segregating for stay-green QTL's and leaf dhurrin content show differential reaction to stalk rot diseases -
Adeyanju, A., Yu, J., Little, C., Rooney, W., Klein, P., Burke, J.J., Tesso, T. 2016. Sorghum recombinant inbred lines segregating for stay-green QTL's and leaf dhurrin content show differential reaction to stalk rot diseases. Crop Science. doi:10.2135/cropsci2015.10.0628..
Proceeding of the 2014 sorghum improvement conference of north america (SICNA) -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2016. In: Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z.Proceeding of the 2014 Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America (SICNA), June 25-27, 2014, Corpus Christi, Texas. p. 5-18.
Translational genomics for analysis of complex traits in peanut and sorghum -
Chopra, R., Burow, M., Chagoya, J., Simpson, C., Burow, G.B., Jiao, Y., Gladman, N., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2016. Translational genomics for analysis of complex traits in peanut and sorghum [abstract]. International Plant and Animal Genome, January 8-13, 2016, San Diego, California. Paper No. 21581.
Recurrent selection performance for FOV race 4 resistance in selected cotton germplasm and progeny -
Friqulti, T., Clark, N., Ulloa, M., Hutmacher, R.B., Wright, S.D., Keeley, M., Burke, J.J., Roberts, P. 2016. Recurrent selection performance for FOV race 4 resistance in selected cotton germplasm and progeny. Meeting Proceedings. p. 160-162.
Water use, yield, and fiber quality differences of diverse cotton (gossypium spp.) genotypes -
Witt, T., Ulloa, M., Auld, D., Schwartz, R.C., Ritchie, G., Pelletier, M.G., Burke, J.J. 2016. Water use, yield, and fiber quality differences of diverse cotton (gossypium spp.) genotypes [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. P16936.
Measuring diversity in Gossypium hirsutum using the CottonSNP63K Array -
Hinze, L.L., Hulse-Kemp, A., Wilson, I., Zhu, Q., Llewellyn, D., Taylor, J., Spriggs, A., Fang, D.D., Ulloa, M., Burke, J.J., Giband, M., Lacape, J., Van Deynze, A., Udall, J., Scheffler, J.A., Hague, S., Pepper, A., Frelichowski, J.E., Lawley, C., Jones, D., Percy, R.G., Stelly, D. 2016. Measuring diversity in Gossypium hirsutum using the CottonSNP63K Array. In: Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 5-7, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. 2016 CDROM.
Genetic Diversity of Natural Crossing in Cotton -
Burke, J.J. 2016. Genetic Diversity of Natural Crossing in Cotton. Crop Science. 56:1059-1066.
Registration of five pima cotton germplasm lines (SJ-FR05 - FR09) with improved resistance to fusarium wilt race 4 and good lint yield and fiber quality -
Ulloa, M., Hutmacher, R.B., Percy, R.G., Wright, S.D., Burke, J.J. 2016. Registration of five pima cotton germplasm lines (SJ-FR05 - FR09) with improved resistance to fusarium wilt race 4 and good lint yield and fiber quality. Journal of Plant Registrations. 10:154-158.
Integrated and translational genomics for analysis of complex traits in crops -
Chopra, R., Burow, M., Chagoya, J., Simpson, C., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2016. Integrated and translational genomics for analysis of complex traits in crops. In: Proceedings of the International Plant & Animal Genome Conference. January 8-13, 2016, San Diego, California. Paper No. 21251.
Transcriptome profiling and validation of gene based single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers in sorghum genotypes with contrasting response to cold stress -
Chopra, R., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Emandack, Y., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2015. Transcriptome profiling and validation of gene based single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers in sorghum genotypes with contrasting response to cold stress. Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 16:1-11.
Dhurrin content relates to sorghum [sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] seedling growth in marginal soils -
Emendack, Y., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Chen, J., Chopra, R. 2016. Dhurrin content relates to sorghum [sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] seedling growth in marginal soils [abstract]. Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists. Paper No. 33.
Registration of RTx430/gaigaoliang sorghum [sorghum bicolor (L.) moench]recombinant inbred line mapping population -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Pederson, G.A. 2016. Registration of RTx430/gaigaoliang sorghum [sorghum bicolor (L.) moench]recombinant inbred line mapping population. Journal of Plant Registrations. 10:206-209.
Breeding implications of boll distribution responses to water stress deficits in Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Witt, T.W., Ulloa, M., Auld, D.L., Ritchie, G.L., Burke, J.J. 2016. Breeding implications of boll distribution responses to water stress deficits in Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). ASA, CSSA, & SSSA International Annual Meeting. Paper No. 94913.
Canopy Light Interception of a Conventional and an Erect Leaf Mutant Sorghum -
Gitz, D.C., Baker, J.T., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J., Lascano, R.J. 2015. Canopy Light Interception of a Conventional and an Erect Leaf Mutant Sorghum. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 6, 2576-2584.
Transcriptome analysis and SNP validation in sorghum using RNA seq data from germplasm with differential response to cold tolerance. -
urow, G.B., Chopra, R., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Emendack, Y., Chen, J., Hayes, C.M. 2015. Transcriptome analysis and SNP validation in sorghum using RNA seq data from germplasm with differential response to cold tolerance. p.1.
Sequence-indexed mutant library for fast discovery of casual gene mutations for drought tolerance in sorghum -
Xin, Z., Jiao, Y., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Burke, J.J., Ware, D. 2015. Sequence-indexed mutant library for fast discovery of casual gene mutations for drought tolerance in sorghum [abstract]. Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America, September 1-3, 2014, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 1.
Exploring high throughput phenotyping, plant architecture and plant-boll distribution for improving drought tolerance in cotton -
Witt, T.W., Ulloa, M., Auld, D.L., Schwartz, R.C., Ritchie, G.L., Pelletier, M.G., Burke, J.J. 2015. Exploring high throughput phenotyping, plant architecture and plant-boll distribution for improving drought tolerance in cotton [abstract]. The Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops, October 18-22, 2015, Lubbock, Texas. p. 58.
Dissecting the role of metabolites in drought tolerance in maize under hot and dry environments -
DNA sequences of Pima (Gossypium barbadense L.) cotton leaf for examining transcriptome diversity and SNP biomarker discovery -
Ulloa, M., Kottapalli, P., Kottapalli, K., Payton, P.R., Burke, J.J. 2016. DNA sequences of Pima (Gossypium barbadense L.) cotton leaf for examining transcriptome diversity and SNP biomarker discovery. National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Genebank. SRA accession:SRP063349 and PRJNA 290525.
Discovery of a dhurrin QTL in sorghum bicolor: colocalization of dhurrin biosynthesis and a novel stay-green QTL -
Hayes, C.M., Weers, B., Thakran, M., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Emandack, Y., Rooney, W., Mullet, J. 2015. Discovery of a dhurrin QTL in sorghum bicolor: colocalization of dhurrin biosynthesis and a novel stay-green QTL. Crop Science. 56:104-112.
Translational genomics and marker assisted selection in sorghum case study using brown midrib (bmr) trait -
Chopra, R., Burow, G.B., Sattler, S.E., Acosta Martinez, V., Hayes, C.M., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Emendack, Y. 2015. Translational genomics and marker assisted selection in sorghum case study using brown midrib (bmr) trait [abstract]. Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America, September 1-3, 2015, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 1.
Characterization of genetic diversity of high temperature tolerance in sorghum -
Chen, J., Hayes, C.M., Chopra, R., Burow, G.B., Marla, S., Morris, G., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2015. Characterization of genetic diversity of high temperature tolerance in sorghum [abstract]. Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America, September 1-3, 2015, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 1.
Release of Pima SJ-FR05, Pima SJ-FR06, Pima SJ-FR07, Pima SJ-FR08, and Pima SJ-FR09 Pima cotton with improved FOV4 resistance, and good lint yield and fiber quality -
Ulloa, M., Hutmacher, R., Percy, R.G., Wright, S., Burke, J.J. 2015. Release of Pima SJ-FR05, Pima SJ-FR06, Pima SJ-FR07, Pima SJ-FR08, and Pima SJ-FR09 Pima cotton with improved FOV4 resistance, and good lint yield and fiber quality. Germplasm Release. p. 2.
Dhurrin content relates to sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench) seedling growth in marginal soils. -
Emendack, Y., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Chen, J., Chopra, R. 2015. Dhurrin content relates to sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench) seedling growth in marginal soils [abstract]. Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America, September 1-3, 2015, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 1.
Translational genomics for abiotic stress in sorghum: transcriptional profiling and validation of SNP markers between germplasm with differential cold tolerance -
Chopra, R., Burow, G.B., Chen, J., Hayes, C.M., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Emendack, Y. 2015. Translational genomics for abiotic stress in sorghum: transcriptional profiling and validation of SNP markers between germplasm with differential cold tolerance [abstract]. Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America, Setpember 1-3, 2015, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 1.
Developing fiber specific promoter-reporter transgenic lines to study the effect of abiotic stresses on fiber development in cotton -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J. 2015. Developing fiber specific promoter-reporter transgenic lines to study the effect of abiotic stresses on fiber development in cotton. PLoS One. 10(6):1-17.
Pedigreed mutant library- a unique resource for sorghum improvement and genomics -
Development of a 63K SNP array for Gossypium and high-density mapping of intra- and inter-specific populations of cotton (G. hirsutum L.) -
Hulse-Kemp, A.M., Lemm, J., Plieske, J., Ashrafi, H., Buyyarapu, R., Fang, D.D., Frelichowski, J.E., Giband, M., Hague, S., Hinze, L.L., Kochan, K., Riggs, R., Scheffler, J.A., Udall, J.A., Ulloa, M., Wang, S., Zhu, Q., Bag, S.K., Bhardwaj, A., Burke, J.J., Byers, R.L., Claverie, M., Gore, M.A., Harker, D.B., Islam, M.S., Jenkins, J.N., Jones, D.C., Lacape, J., Llewellyn, D.J., Percy, R.G., Pepper, A.E., Poland, J.A., Rai, K., Sawant, S.V., Singh, S., Spriggs, A., Taylor, J.M., Wang, F., Yourstone, S.M., Zheng, X., Lawley, C.T., Ganal, M.W., Van Deynze, A., Wilson, L.W., Stelly, D.M. 2015. Development of a 63K SNP array for Gossypium and high-density mapping of intra- and inter-specific populations of cotton (G. hirsutum L.). Genes, Genomes, Genetics. 5:1187-1209. doi:10.1534/g3.115.018416.
Enhancement of reproductive heat tolerance in plants -
Burke, J.J., Chen, J. 2015. Enhancement of reproductive heat tolerance in plants. PLoS One. 10(4):1-23.
Registration of two allelic erect leaf mutants of sorghum -
Xin, Z., Gitz, D.C., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Burke, J.J. 2015. Registration of two allelic erect leaf mutants of sorghum. Journal of Plant Registrations. 9:254-257.
The microenvironment within and pollen transmission through paper and polyethylene sorghum pollination bags -
Gitz, D.C., Baker, J.T., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Lascano, R.J. 2015. The microenvironment within and pollen transmission through paper and polyethylene sorghum pollination bags. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 6:265-274.
Active management of plant canopy temperature as a tool for modifying plant metabolic activity -
Mahan, J.R., Burke, J.J. 2015. Active management of plant canopy temperature as a tool for modifying plant metabolic activity. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 6:249-259.
SNP-tagged mutant library in sorghum -
Xin, Z., Jiao, Y., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Ware, D., Burke, J.J. 2015. SNP-tagged mutant library in sorghum [abstract]. The 2nd Plant Genomics Congress Asia, March 19-20, 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Maylasia. Paper No. 14984_6.
Potential of multiseeded mutant (msd) to boost sorghum grain yield -
Xin, Z., Jiao, Y., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Ware, D., Burke, J.J. 2015. Potential of multiseeded mutant (msd) to boost sorghum grain yield [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference, January 10-14, 2015. San Diego, CA. Paper No. P0555.
Influence of irrigation timing on lint yield of four commercial cotton varieties -
Burke, J.J., Ulloa, M., Gitz, D.C. 2015. Influence of irrigation timing on lint yield of four commercial cotton varieties [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 936.
Impact of experimental gins on fiber quality parameters -
Mishra, D., Hendon, B., Witt, T.W., Imel, R.K., Ulloa, M., Burke, J.J., Auld, D.L. 2015. Impact of experimental gins on fiber quality parameters [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 5-7, 2016, Memphis, TN. Paper No. 16191.
Boll distribution and plant architecture of 14 commercial cultivars under five different irrigation regimes -
Witt, T., Ritchie, G.L., Auld, D.L., Mishra, D., Ulloa, M., Zoz, T., Burke, J.J. 2015. Boll distribution and plant architecture of 14 commercial cultivars under five different irrigation regimes [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 5-7, 2016, Memphis, TN. Paper No. 16190.
Nutrient uptake by cotton in relation to irrigation frequence -
Lewis, K., Burke, J.J., Witt, T., Ritchie, G. 2015. Nutrient uptake by cotton in relation to irrigation frequence [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 5-7, 2015, San Antonio, Texas. p. 1.
Natural variation in synthesis and catabolism genes influences dhurrin content in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) -
Hayes, C.M., Burow, G.B., Brown, P., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Thurber, C. 2015. Natural variation in synthesis and catabolism genes influences dhurrin content in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench). The Plant Genome. 8(2):1-9.
Improving water use efficiency and heat tolerance by expressing rice gene OsSIZ1 in transgenic cotton -
Zhang, H., Mishra, N., Sun, L., Luo, H., Burke, J.J., Payton, P.R. 2015. Improving water use efficiency and heat tolerance by expressing rice gene OsSIZ1 in transgenic cotton [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 5-7, 2015, San Antonio, Texas. p. 1.
Heterologous expression of rice SUMO E3 ligase (OsSIZ1) enhances drought and heat tolerance in transgenic cotton -
Mishra, N., Sun, L., Zhu, X., Luo, H., Burke, J.J., Payton, P.R., Zhang, H. 2015. Heterologous expression of rice SUMO E3 ligase (OsSIZ1) enhances drought and heat tolerance in transgenic cotton [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 5-7, 2015, San Antonio, Texas. p. 1.
Genome wide association mapping for leaf -
Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Brown, P., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Thurber, C. 2015. Genome wide association mapping for leaf. Proceddings of the Plant and Animal Genome Conference. p. 248.
Overexpression of MIC-3 indicates a direct role for the MIC gene family in mediating Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) resistance to root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) Reprint Icon -
Wubben, M., Callahan, F.E., Velten, J.P., Burke, J.J., Jenkins, J.N. 2015. Overexpression of MIC-3 indicates a direct role for the MIC gene family in mediating Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) resistance to root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 128:199-209.
Characterization of novel multi-seeded (msd) mutants of sorghum for increasing grain number -
Burow, G.B., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J., Hayes, C.M. 2014. Characterization of novel multi-seeded (msd) mutants of sorghum for increasing grain number. Crop Science. 54:1-8.
Mapping genomic loci for cotton plant architecture, yield components, and fiber properties in an interspecific (Gossypium hirsutum L. x G. barbadense L.) RIL population -
Yu, J., Ulloa, M., Hoffman, S.M., Kohel, R.J., Pepper, A.E., Fang, D.D., Percy, R.G., Burke, J.J. 2014. Mapping genomic loci for cotton plant architecture, yield components, and fiber properties in an interspecific (Gossypium hirsutum L. x G. barbadense L.) RIL population. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 289:1347-1367.
Metabolic responses of two contrasting sorghums to water-deficit stress -
Burke, J.J., Payton, P.R., Chen, J., Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M. 2015. Metabolic responses of two contrasting sorghums to water-deficit stress. Crop Science. 55:344-353.
Multi-seeded sorghum mutants as a novel trait to boost grain yield -
Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Hayes, C.M., Burke, J.J. 2014. Multi-seeded Sorghum Mutants as a Novel Trait to Boost Grain Yield [abstract]. First International Conference on Genomics, Traits, and Business; Charolotte, North Carolina, September 24-27, 2014. p1.04.
Morpho-physiological characterization of cold-and pre-flowering drought tolerance in grain Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) inbreds -
Emendack, Y., Malinowski, D., Burke, J.J., Burow, G.B., Xin, Z. 2014. Morpho-physiological characterization of cold-and pre-flowering drought tolerance in grain Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) inbreds. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 4(12):1500-1516.
Proceedings of the 2013 sorghum improvement conference of north america -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Trostle, C. 2014. Proceedings of the 2013 sorghum improvement conference of north america. Meeting Proceedings. 2013:1-30.
Genetic mapping of abiotic stress responses in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Wang, Y., Burke, J.J. 2014. Genetic mapping of abiotic stress responses in sorghum. Wang, Yi-Hong, Upadhyaya, Hari D., Kole, Chittaranjan, Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Sorghum. 1st Edition. Boca Raton, FL: CRC PRess. p. 182:197.
Phenotypic mutant library: potential for gene discovery -
Xin, Z., Chen, J., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2014. Phenotypic mutant library: potential for gene discovery. In: Wang, Y-H, Upadhyaya, H.D., Kole, C., editors. Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Sorghum. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. p. 284-302.
Characterization of a multi-seeded (msd) mutant of sorghum that displays significant enhancement in seed number -
Burow, G.B., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J., Hayes, C.M. 2014. Characterization of a multi-seeded (msd) mutant of sorghum that displays significant enhancement in seed number. Translational Cereal Genomics. 1:18.
Identification of elite upland germplasm with tolerance to reduced irrigation rates from the RBTN -
Hendon, B.R., Ulloa, M., Burke, J.J., Ritchie, G.L., Imel, R.K., Auld, D.L. 2014. Identification of elite upland germplasm with tolerance to reduced irrigation rates from the RBTN [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 6-8, 2014, New Orleans, Lousiana. p. 600
Identification of commercial cultivars for the Texas high plains with drought tolerance or improved response to water deficits -
Witt, T., Ulloa, M., Burke, J.J., Ritchie, G.L., Davis, L., Auld, D.L. 2014. Identification of commercial cultivars for the Texas high plains with drought tolerance or improved response to water deficits [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference January 6-8, 2014, New Orleans, Lousiana. p. 599.
AtRAV and AtbZIP transcription factors positively regulate ABA responses: Overexpression in cotton enhances drought stress adaptation -
Related to ABA-Insensitive3(ABI3)/Viviparous1 and AtABI5 transcription factor coexpression in cotton enhances drought stress adaptation -
Mittal, A., Gampala, S.S., Ritchie, G.L., Payton, P.R., Burke, J.J., Rock, C.D. 2014. Related to ABA-Insensitive3(ABI3)/Viviparous1 and AtABI5 transcription factor coexpression in cotton enhances drought stress adaptation. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 12(5):578-589.
Enhancement of cold tolerance in sorghums -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Hayes, C.M., Huang, Y., Tesso, T. 2013. Enhancement of cold tolerance in sorghums. 2013 Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America, August 28-30, 2013, Lubbock, Texas. p. 22.
Elite-upland cotton germplasm-pool assessment of Fusarium wilt resistance in California -
Hutmacher, R.B., Ulloa, M., Wright, S.D., Campbell, B.T., Percy, R.G., Wallace, T., Myers, G., Bourland, F., Weaver, D., Chee, P., Thaxton, P., Zhang, J., Smith, W., Dever, J., Kuraprthy, V., Bowman, D., Jones, D., Burke, J.J. 2013. Elite-upland cotton germplasm-pool assessment of fusarium wilt (FOV) resistance in California. Agronomy Journal. 105:1635-1644.
6-Benzyladenine enhancements of cotton yield -
Developmental and genetic analysis of a short leaf mutant, a key resource for plant architecture modification in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2013. Developmental and genetic analysis of a short leaf mutant, a key resource for plant architecture modification in sorghum. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 71:271-280.
Registration of partially converted germplasm from 44 accessions of the USDA-ARS Ethiopian and Sudanese sorghum collections -
Klein, R.R., Miller, F.R., Klein, P.E., Burke, J.J. 2013. Registration of partially converted germplasm from 44 accessions of the USDA-ARS Ethiopian and Sudanese sorghum collections. Journal of Plant Registrations. 7(3):368-372.
Gentic variation for high temperature tolerance in maize -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Xu, W., Yeater, K.M. 2013. Gentic variation for high temperature tolerance in maize [abstract]. 55th Maize Genetic Conference, March 14-17, 2013, St. Charles, Illinois. P271:191.
Bird-resistant pollination bags for sorghum breeding and germplasm maintenance -
Gitz, D.C., Baker, J.T., Xin, Z., Lascano, R.J., Burke, J.J., Duke, S.E. 2013. Bird-resistant pollination bags for sorghum breeding and germplasm maintenance. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 4(4):571-574.
Genetic Analysis of Recombinant Inbred Lines For Sorghum Bicolor x Perennial S. Propinquum. -
Kong, W., Jin, H., Franks, C., Kim, C., Auckland, S., Goff, V., Rainville, L., Burow, G.B., Woodfin, C.A., Burke, J.J., Paterson, A. 2013. Genetic Analysis of Recombinant Inbred Lines For Sorghum Bicolor x Perennial S. Propinquum.. Genes, Genomes, and Genomics. 3:101-108.
Initial characterization of a Stoneville 474 X Phytogen 72 recombinant inbred population -
Burke, J.J., Ulloa, M. 2013. Initial characterization of a Stoneville 474 X Phytogen 72 recombinant inbred population. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. P. 1004.
Discovery of Fusarium wilt race 4 resistance in cotton -
Ulloa, M., Hutmacher, R.A., Roberts, P.A., Wright, S.D., Nichols, R.L., Davis, R., Burke, J.J. 2013. Discovery of Fusarium wilt race 4 resistance in cotton. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 991-1001.
Genetic Diversity in a Collection of Chinese Sorghum Landraces Assessed by Microsattelites -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2012. Genetic diversity in a collection of Chinese sorghum landraces assessed by microsattelites. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 3:1722-1729.
Registration of a diverse collection of sorghum genetic stocks -
Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Woodfin, C.A., Franks, C., Klein, R.R., Schertz, K.F., Pederson, G.A., Burke, J.J. 2013. Registration of a diverse collection of sorghum genetic stocks. Journal of Plant Registrations. 7:119-124.
Field testing of transgenic cotton expressing Arabidopsis ABA INSENSITIVE5 and B3- domain related to ABI3/VIVIPAROUS1 (RAV) transcription factors. -
Mittal, A., Payton, P.R., Ritchie, G., Burke, J.J., Rock, R. 2012. Field testing of transgenic cotton expressing Arabidopsis ABA INSENSITIVE5 and B3- domain related to ABI3/VIVIPAROUS1 (RAV) transcription factors [abstract]. Meeting Abstract. P. 601.
Sorghum mutant library and TILLING -
Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Chen, J., Burke, J.J. 2012. Sorghum mutant library and TILLING [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. p. 132.
Leaf dhurrin content is a quantitative measure of the level of pre- and post-flowering drought tolerance in sorghum -
Burke, J.J., Chen, J., Burow, G.B., Rosenow, D., Mechref, Y., Payton, P.R., Xin, Z. 2013. Leaf dhurrin content is a quantitative measure of the level of pre- and post-flowering drought tolerance in sorghum. Crop Science. 53(3):1056-1065.
The Optimum Plant Temperature for Cotton Growth and Metabolism to Schedule Irrigation -
Conaty, W., Burke, J.J., Mahan, J.R., Sutton, B., Neilsen, J. 2012. The Optimum Plant Temperature for Cotton Growth and Metabolism to Schedule Irrigation. Crop Science. 52(4): 1828-1836.
Mapping QTLs for heat tolerance traits in maize using NAM population -
Chen, J., Mcmullen, M.D., Burke, J.J., Xu, W., Burow, G.B. 2012. Mapping QTLs for heat tolerance traits in maize using NAM population [abstract]. Maize Genetics Conference Abstracts. p. 154.
Effect of solar loading on greenhouse containers used in transpiration efficiency screening -
Gitz, D.C., Xin, Z., Baker, J.T., Lascano, R.J., Burke, J.J. 2012. Effect of solar loading on greenhouse containers used in transpiration efficiency screening. Agronomy Journal. 104(2):388-392.
Cytokinin amelioration of yield losses from drought and nematodes -
Burke, J.J. 2012. Cytokinin amelioration of yield losses from drought and nematodes. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 13125.
6-Benzyladenine enhancement of cotton -
Burke, J.J. 2011. 6-Benzyladenine enhancement of cotton. Journal of Cotton Science. 15(3):206-214.
Genetic enhancement of cold tolerance to overcome a major limitation in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Franks, C., Xin, Z. 2011. Genetic enhancement of cold tolerance to overcome a major limitation in sorghum. American Seed Trade Association Conference Proceedings. 1.
Sorghum TILLING -
Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2011. Sorghum TILLING [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. Paper No. 333-4.
Sorghum Mutant Library as a Genetic Resource to Improve Biomass Yield and BioEnergy Conversion Efficiency -
6-Benzyladenine enhancement of cotton -
Burke, J.J. 2011. 6-Benzyladenine enhancement of cotton. Journal of Cotton Science. 15:206-214.
Cotton Flowers: Pollen and Petal Humidity Sensitivities Determine Reproductive Competitiveness in Diverse Environments -
Burke, J.J. 2011. Cotton Flowers: Pollen and Petal Humidity Sensitivities Determine Reproductive Competitiveness in Diverse Environments. Book Chapter. p. 26-35.
Chloroplast targeting of FtsHprotease is essential for chloroplast development and thylakoid stability at elevated temperatures in plants -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J. 2011. Chloroplast targeting of FtsHprotease is essential for chloroplast development and thylakoid stability at elevated temperatures in plants [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Paper No. 03063.
Sorghum TILLING Population - A Community Resource for Sorghum Improvement -
Xin, Z., Cross, M.J., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2011. Sorghum TILLING Population - A Community Resource for Sorghum Improvement [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. 15020.
Heat Stress Screening of Peanut Seedlings for Acquired Thermotolerance -
Selvaraj, M., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Belamkar, V., Puppala, N., Burow, M. 2011. Heat stress screening of peanut seedlings for acquired thermotolerance. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 65:83-91.
Genetic Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Franks, C., Xin, Z. 2011. Genetic Dissection of Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Sorghum. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. January 15-19, 2011. San Diego, Califonia. Paper No. W540.
Cotton Flowers: Investigating the Inheritance of Pollen Humidity Sensitivities and Flower Shape -
Burke, J.J. 2011. Cotton Flowers: Investigating the Inheritance of Pollen Humidity Sensitivities and Flower Shape [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. Paper No. 152.
Dissection of Heat Tolerance Mechanisms in Maize -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Xu, W., Burow, G.B. 2011. Dissection of Heat Tolerance Mechanisms in Maize [abstract]. Keystone Symposia. p. 63.
Production and Testing of Transgenic Cotton that Expresses Transcription Factors for Enhanced Seed and Fiber Traits and Productivity Under Drought Stress -
Mittal, A., Thompson, T., Burke, J.J., Rock, C. 2011. Production and Testing of Transgenic Cotton that Expresses Transcription Factors for Enhanced Seed and Fiber Traits and Productivity Under Drought Stress [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. Paper No. 816.
Genetic dissection of early season cold tolerance in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2011. Genetic dissection of early season cold tolerance in sorghum. Molecular Breeding. 28:391-402.
Registration of the IS3620C/BTx623 recombinant inbred mapping population of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. [Moench.]) -
Burow, G.B., Klein, R.R., Klein, P.E., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Pederson, G.A., Schertz, K.F. 2011. Registration of the IS3620C/BTx623 recombinant inbred mapping population of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. [Moench.]). Journal of Plant Registrations. 5(1):141-145.
Variation in transpiration efficiency in sorghum -
Xin, Z., Aiken, R., Burke, J.J., Burow, G.B. 2010. Variation in transpiration efficiency in sorghum [abstract].
An Essential Component in Chloroplast Development and Maintenance at Moderate High Temperature in Higher Plants: Chloroplast-targeted FtsH11 Proteases -
Genetic Dissection High Temperature Tolerance Traits in Maize-a QTL Mapping Approach -
Chen, J., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2010. Genetic Dissection High Temperature Tolerance Traits in Maize-a QTL Mapping Approach [Abstract]. ASA, CSSA, SSSA. p. 86-4.
Role of phosphatidic acid in high temperature tolerance in maize -
Chen, J., Xu, W., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2010. Role of phosphatidic acid in high temperature tolerance in maize. Crop Science. 50(6):2506-2515.
Sand abrasion injury and plant survival in cotton seedlings of different ages -
Ephrath, J., Baker, J.T., Mcmichael, B.L., Burke, J.J., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R.J. 2010. Sand abrasion injury and plant survival in cotton seedlings of different ages[abstract]. 3rd International Conference on Deserts, Drylands, and Desertification. November 8-11, 2011, Sede Boqer, Israel.
Sand abrasion injury and biomass partitioning in cotton seedlings -
Baker, J.T., Ephrath, J., Mcmichael, B.L., Burke, J.J., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R.J. 2010. Sand abrasion injury and biomass partitioning in cotton seedlings[abstract]. 3rd International Conference on Deserts, Drylands, and Desertification. November 8-11, 2011, Sede Boqer, Israel.
Selection System for the Stay-Green Drought Tolerance Trait in Sorghum Germplasm -
Burke, J.J., Franks, C., Burow, G.B., Xin, Z. 2010. Selection System for the Stay-Green Drought Tolerance Trait in Sorghum Germplasm. Agronomy Journal. 102(4):1118-1122.
Early season cold tolerance in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Franks, C., Xin, Z., Tesso, T., O'Rear, J. 2010. Early season cold tolerance in sorghum. Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Meeting, October 31-November 4, 2010, Long Beach, California. Paper No. 195-2.
Cotton flowers: Pollen and petal humidity sensitivities determine reproductive competitiveness in diverse environments -
Burke, J.J. 2010. Cotton flowers: Pollen and petal humidity sensitivities determine reproductive competitiveness in diverse environments [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference.
New molecular tools to study fiber develop and the effect of environmental stresses: development of transgenic cotton lines harboring fiber specific -
Selection System for the "Stay-green" Drought Tolerance Trait in Sorghum Germplasm -
Burke, J.J., Franks, C.D., Burow, G.B., Xin, Z. 2010. Selection system for the "Stay-green" drought tolerance trait in sorghum germplasm. Agronomy Journal. 102(4):1118-1122.
Sand abrasion injury and biomass partitiioning in cotton seedlings -
Baker, J.T., Mcmichael, B.L., Burke, J.J., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R.J., Eprath, J. 2009. Sand abrasion injury and biomass partitiioning in cotton seedlings[abstract]. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. November 1-5, 2009. Paper No. 32-3.
Sorghum TILLING Population - A Community Resource for Shorghum Improvement. -
Xin, Z., Wang, M.L., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2009. Sorghum TILLING Population - A Community Resource for Shorghum Improvement[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. November 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Drought tolerance evaluation in maize germplasms: A field study -
Chen, J., Mahan, J.R., Payton, P.R., Xu, W., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z. 2009. Drought tolerance evaluation in maize germplasms: A field study [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. November 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CDROM.
Sand abrasion injury and biomass partitioning in cotton seedlings -
Baker, J.T., McMichael, B.L., Burke, J.J., Ephrath, J., Gitz, D.C., Lascano, R.J. 2009. Sand abrasion injury and biomass partitioning in cotton seedlings. Agronomy Journal. 101(6):1297-1303.
Genetic Enhancement of Cold Tolerance in Sorghum: Mapping of QTL's for early season cold tolerance -
Burow, G.B., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J., Franks, C.D. 2009. Genetic Enhancement of Cold Tolerance in Sorghum: Mapping of QTL's for early season cold tolerance[abstract]. Great Plains Sorghum Conference. August 11-12, 2009, Amarillo, Texas. CDROM.
AIMS Library - A community resource for sorghum genomic studies and breeding -
Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2009. AIMS Library - A community resource for sorghum genomic studies and breeding[abstract]. Sorghum Improvement Conference, August 11-12, 2009, Amarillo, Texas.
Influence of abiotic stress, flower morphology, and pollen dehydration sensitivity on cotton out-crossing potential -
Burke, J.J. 2009. Influence of abiotic stress, flower morphology, and pollen dehydration sensitivity on cotton out-crossing potential[abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. July 17-23, 2009. Honolulu-Oahu, Hawaii.
Temperature effects on hydroponically-grown peanut carbohydrates -
Burke, J.J., Chen, J., Rowland, D., Sanders, T.H., Dean, L.L. 2009. Temperature effects on hydroponically-grown peanut carbohydrates. Peanut Science. 36(2):150-156.
Phenotypic characterization and molecular mapping of a twin seeded trait of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D., Hayes, C.M., Burke, J.J. 2009. Phenotypic characterization and molecular mapping of a twin seeded trait of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Southern Section Annual Meeting.
Variation in Transpiration Efficiency in Sorghum -
Xin, Z., Aiken, R., Burke, J.J. 2009. Variation in Transpiration Efficiency in Sorghum[abstract]. Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Biologists Branch Meeting. February 27, 2009, Austin, Texas.
Harnessing the sorghum genome sequence:development of a genome-wide microsattelite (SSR) resource for swift genetic mapping and map based cloning in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2009. Harnessing the sorghum genome sequence:development of a genome-wide microsattelite (SSR) resource for swift genetic mapping and map based cloning in sorghum[abstract]. 2009 Sorghum Improvement Conference of North America. February 25-28, 2009, Grapevine, Texas. CDROM.
Sorghum TILLING population-A community resource for sorghum improvement -
Xin, Z., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Franks, C.D. 2009. Sorghum TILLING population-A community resource for sorghum improvement. Corn and Sorghum Improvement [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. 25020.
Cotton gene flow: Genetic diversity in outcrossing -
Burke, J.J. 2009. Cotton gene flow: Genetic diversity in outcrossing[abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. January 5-8, 2009. San Antonio, Texas.
An induced sorghum mutant population suitable for bioenergy research -
Xin, Z., Wang, M.L., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2009. An induced sorghum mutant population suitable for bioenergy research. BioEnergy Research. 2(1-2):10-16.
Physiology and proteomics of the water-deficit stress response in three contrasting peanut genotypes -
Kottapalli, K., Rakwal, R., Shibato, J., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Puppala, N., Payton, P.R., Burow, M. 2008. Physiology and proteomics of the water-deficit stress response in three contrasting peanut genotypes. Plant, Cell and Environment. 32(4):380-407.
Genetic diversity in sorghum transpiration efficiency -
Xin, Z., Aiken, R., Burke, J.J. 2009. Genetic diversity in sorghum transpiration efficiency. Field Crops Research. 11(1-2): 74-80.
Genetic diversity in sorghum transpiration efficiency -
Xin, Z., Aiken, R., Burke, J.J. 2009. Genetic diversity in sorghum transpiration efficiency[abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists, June 26-July 1, 2008, Merida, Mexico. CDROM.
Applying genotyping (TILLING) and phenotyping analyses to elucidate gene function in a chemically induced sorghum mutant population -
Xin, Z., Wang, M.L., Barkley, N.L., Burow, G., Franks, C., Pederson, G., Burke, J. 2008. Applying genotyping (TILLING) and phenotyping analyses to elucidate gene function in a chemically induced sorghum mutant population. Biomed Central (BMC) Plant Biology. 8:article 103.
Genetic Diversity in Cotton Out-Crossing -
Burke, J.J. 2008. Genetic Diversity in Cotton Out-Crossing [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Annual Meeting. Houston, Texas. October 5-9,2008. Abstract No. 717-6.
Variation in Transpiration Efficiency in Sorghum -
Xin, Z., Aiken, R.M., Burke, J.J. 2008. Variation in Transpiration Efficiency in Sorghum [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Annual Meeting. Houston, Texas. October 5-9, 2008. Abstract No. 781-8.
Mechanism of high temperature adaptation in maize -
Chen, J., Xu, W., Burke, J.J. 2008. Mechanism of high temperature adaptation in maize [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Annual Meeting. Houston, Texas. October 5-9, 2008. Abstract No. 633-1.
Transcript and Proteome Response to Water-deficit and Thermal Stress in Peanut -
Payton, P.R., Kottapalli, K.R., Rakwal, R., Shibato, J., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Puppala, N., Burow, M. 2008. Transcript and Proteome Response to Water-deficit and Thermal Stress in Peanut[abstract]. Salt and Water Stress in Plants Conference. September 7-12, 2008. Big Sky, Montana. CDROM.
Roles of FtsH protease in choloroplast biogensis and protection of photosystems from high temperatures stress in higher plants -
Chen, J., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2008. Roles of FtsH protease in choloroplast biogensis and protection of photosystems from high temperatures stress in higher plants[abstract]. Plant Biology 2008. June 26-July 2, 2008, Merida, Mexico. CDROM.
Short leaf mutation and modified plant architecture as potential traits for improving biomass and abiotic stress tolerance in sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2008. Short leaf mutation and modified plant architecture as potential traits for improving biomass and abiotic stress tolerance in sorghum[abstract]. 2008 Pan American Congress on Plants & Bioenergy. June 22-25, 2008, Merida, Mexico. CDROM.
Identification of peanut hybrids using microsatellite markers and horizontal polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis -
Gomez, M., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Burow, M., Denwar, N., Simpson, C., Ramasubramanian, T., Puppala, N. 2008. Identification of peanut hybrids using microsatellite markers and horizontal polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Peanut Science. 35(2):123-129.
A SELECTION PROCEDURE FOR IDENTIFYING TRANSGENIC CELLS AND EMBRYOS OF COTTON WITHOUT THE USE OF ANTIBIOTICS -
Burke, J.J., O'Mahony, P., Oliver, M.J., Velten, J.P. 2008. A selection procedure for identifying transgenic cells and embryos of cotton without the use of antibiotics. In Vitro Cellular & Development Biology. 44(4):246-253.
A simple method to determine transpiration efficiency in sorghum -
Xin, Z., Payton, P.R., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J. 2008. A simple method to determine transpiration efficiency in sorghum. Field Crops Research. 107(2):180-183.
Characterization of high temperature tolerance mechanisms in Maize -
Chen, J., Xu, W., Burke, J.J. 2008. Characterization of high temperature tolerance mechanisms in Maize[abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. San Diego, California. January 12-16, 2008.
Genetic diversity in pollen abiotic stress tolerance -
Burke, J.J. 2008. Genetic diversity in pollen abiotic stress tolerance[abstract]. Beltwide Cotton Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. January 8-11, 2008.
The impact of seed treatment on early crop development and ield -
Mcmichael, B.L., Burke, J.J., Wedegaertner, T.C. 2008. The impact of seed treatment on early crop development and yield. Beltwide Cotton Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. January 8-11, 2008.
Physiological genomics of abiotic stress responses in peanut -
Payton, P.R., Kottapalli, K., Burow, M., Burke, J.J., Tissue, D., Faircloth, W.H., Rowland, D., Gallo, M., Puppala, N. 2007. Physiological genomics of abiotic stress responses in peanut[abstract]. ComBio 2007 - Annual Meeting of the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Sydney, Australia. Spetember 22-26, 2007.
Genetic diversity in pollen abiotic stress tolerance -
Burke, J.J. 2007. Genetic diversity in pollen abiotic stress tolerance. In: Proceedings of World Cotton Research Conference-4, September 10-14, 2007, Lubbock, Texas. 2007 CDROM.
Impact of drought and high temperature stresses on cotton fiber development and fiber quality -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J. 2007. Impact of drought and high temperature stresses on cotton fiber development and fiber quality[abstact]. World Cotton Research Conference. Lubbock, Texas. September 10-14, 2007.
The conserved role of FtsH11 protease in protection of photosynthetic system from high temperature stress in higher plants -
Chen, J., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2007. The conserved role of FtsH11 protease in protection of photosynthetic system from high temperature stress in higher plants[abstract]. 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis. Glasgow, Scotland. July 22-27, 2007.
Role of FtsH11 protease in thermoprotection of photosynthetic systems -
Chen, J., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2007. Role of FtsH11 protease in thermoprotection of photosynthetic systems[abstract]. Drymen Photosynthesis Satellite Workshop. Drymen, Scotland. July 18-21, 2007.
Proteomics of water-deficit stress in US peanut mini core accesions -
Kottapalli, K.R., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Payton, P.R., Puppala, N., Rakwal, R., Burow, M. 2007. Proteomics of water-deficit stress in US peanut mini core accesions[abstract]. Plant Biology 2007. Chicago, Illinois. July 7-11, 2007.
FtsH11 Proteases play a critical role in high temperature stress tolerance in plants -
Chen, J., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2007. FtsH11 Proteases play a critical role in high temperature stress tolerance in plants [abstract]. Plant Biology and Botany 2007 Joint Congress, July 7-11, 2007, Chicago, Illinois. CD-ROM
Drought tolerance classification via chlorophyll fluroescence in upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Longenberger, P., Smith, W., Burke, J.J., McMichael, B.L. 2007. Drought tolerance classification via chlorophyll fluroescence in upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, November 4-8, 2007, New Orleans, Louisiana. Paper No. 155-3. CD-ROM.
Functional Roles of FtsH11 in Thermotolerance and Photosynthetic Stress in Plants -
Chen, J., Velten, J.P., Burke, J.J. 2007. Functional Roles of FtsH11 in Thermotolerance and Photosynthetic Stress in Plants[abstract]. Gordon Ressearch Conference: Temperature Stress in Plants. Ventura, California. January 21-26, 2007.
Physiological basis of early season cold tolerance in select Chinese and US germplasm of sorghum -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J. 2007. Physiological basis of early season cold tolerance in select Chinese and US germplasm of sorghum [abstract]. Biennial Grain Sorghum Research and Utilization Conference, January 14-16, 2007, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico. p. 12-13.
Development of a TILLING Population for Sorghum Functional Genomics -
Xin, Z., Wang, M.L., Barkley, N.L., Franks, C.D., Burow, G.B., Pederson, G.A., Burke, J.J. 2007. Development of a TILLING Population for Sorghum Functional Genomics[abstract]. Plant Genome Conference. San Diego, California. January 13-17, 2007.
Chlorophyll fluorescence as an indicator of plant water status in cotton -
Longenberger, P.S., Smith, C.W., Burke, J.J., McMichael, B.L., Duke, S.E. 2007. Chlorophyll fluorescence as an indicator of plant water status in cotton [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 9-12, 2007, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Genetic Diversity in Pollen Abiotic Stress Tolerance -
Burke, J.J. 2007. Genetic Diversity in Pollen Abiotic Stress Tolerance[abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. January 9-12, 2007. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Molecular Characterization of the US Peanut Mini Core Collection Using Microsatellite Markers -
Kottapalli, K., Burow, M., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Puppala, N. 2007. Molecular characterization of the US peanut mini core collection using microsatellite markers. Crop Science. 47(4):1718-1727.
A Simple and Cost-effective Method to Screen for Transpiration Efficiency in Sorghum -
Xin, Z., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J. 2006. A simple and cost-effective method to screen for transpiration efficiency in sorghum. International Center for Arid and Semiarid Land Studies.
PLANT LIPIDOMICS: DISCERNING BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION BY PROFILING PLANT COMPLEX LIPIDS USING MASS SPECTROMETRY -
Welti, R., Shah, J., Li, W., Li, M., Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Fauconnier, M., Chapman, K., Chye, M., Wang, X. 2007. Plant lipidomics: Discerning biological function by profiling plant complex lipids using mass spectrometry. Frontiers in Bioscience. 12:2494-2506.
EVALUATION OF SOURCE LEAF RESPONSES TO WATER-DEFICIT STRESSES IN COTTON USING A NOVEL STRESS BIOASSAY -
Burke, J.J. 2007. Evaluation of source leaf responses to water-deficit stresses in cotton using a novel stress bioassay. Plant Physiology. 42(1):108-121.
EVALUATION OF ANTHOCYANIN PIGMENTATION AS AN INDICATOR OF CHILLING SENSITIVITY OF SORGHUM SEEDLINGS -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J. 2006. Evaluation of anthocyanin pigmentation as an indicator of chilling sensitivity of sorghum seedlings. International Sorghum and Millets Newsletter. 47:39-42.
FTSH11 PROTEASE PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE TO THERMOTOLERANCE IN ARABIDOPSIS -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P., Xin, Z. 2006. FtsH11 protease plays a critical role in Arabidopsis thermotolerance. The Plant Journal. 48(1):73-84.
GENETIC DIVERSITY IN US PEANUT CORE OF CORE COLLECTION USING SSR MARKERS -
Kottapalli, R., Burow, G.B., Burow, M., Burke, J.J., Puppala, N. 2006. Genetic diversity in US peanut core of core collection using SSR markers[abstract]. Western Crop Science Congress. Las Cruces, NM. Jun 19-21, 2006.
GENETIC PROGRAMMING OF CROPS TO SUSTAIN OR INCREASE YIELDS UNDER REDUCED IRRIGATION -
Burke, J.J. 2005. Genetic programming of crops to sustain or increase yields under reduced irrigation[abstract]. World Water & Environmental Resources Congress.
MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CORE SUBSET OF THE US PEANUT GERMPLASM CORE COLLECTION USING SSR MARKERS -
Kottapalli, K.R., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J., Puppala, N., Burow, M.D. 2006. Molecular characterization of the core subset of the us peanut germplasm core collection using ssr markers. American Peanut Research and Education Society. Savannah, Georgia. July 11-14, 2006.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ARABIDOPSIS THERMOSENSITIVE MUTANT ATTS02 REVEALS AN IMPORTANT ROLE FOR GALACTOLIPIDS IN THERMOTOLERANCE -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Xu, C., Velten, J.P. 2006. Characterization of the arabidopsis thermosensitive mutant ATTS02 reveals an important role for galactolipids in thermotolerance. Plant Cell and Environment. 29(7):437-1448.
FTSH11 PROTEASE PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN ARABIDOPSIS THERMOTOLERANCE -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P., Xin, Z. 2006. Ftsh11 protease plays a critical role in arabidopsis thermotolerance[abstract]. Keystone Symposia.
AIMS LIBRARY - A USEFULL RESOURCE FOR FUNCTIONAL SORGHUM GENOMICS -
Xin, Z., Franks, C.D., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2006. AIMS library - a usefull resource for functional sorghum genomics[abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. Paper 368.
FTSH11 IS ESSENTIAL TO THERMOTOLERANCE IN ARABIDOPSIS -
Chen, J., Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P., Xin, Z. 2006. Ftsh11 is essential to thermotolerance in arabidopsis. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. P. 405 XIV Conference.
CHARACTERIZATION OF SORGHUM WATER STRESSED LEAF TRANSCRIPTOME AND STAY GREEN EXPRESSION VIA EST ANALYSIS -
Burow, G.B., Mccartor, K.D., Zhang, D., Nguyen, H., Burke, J.J., Payton, P.R. 2006. Characterization of sorghum water stressed leaf transcriptome and stay green expression via est analysis [abstract]. Keystone Symposia. p 46.
A COMPARISON OF US AND CHINESE SORGHUM GERMPLASM FOR EARLY SEASON COLD TOELRANCE -
Franks, C.D., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2006. A comparison of US and Chinese sorghum germplasm for early season cold tolerance. Crop Science. 46:1371-1376.
PROGRESS ON EARLY SEASON COLD TOLERANCE IN SORGHUM -
Burke, J.J., Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D. 2005. Progress on early season cold tolerance in sorghum[abstract]. American Seed Trade Association Conference Proceedings.
A SIMPLE AND COST-EFFECTIVE METHOD TO SCREEN FOR TRANSPIRATION EFFICIENCY IN SORGHUM -
Xin, Z., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J. 2005. A simple and cost-effective method to screen for transpiration efficiency in sorghum [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 715A.
GENETIC ANALYSIS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO CHILLING STRESS IN SORGHUM -
Burow, G.B., Franks, C.D., Xin, Z., Burke, J.J. 2005. Genetic analysis of physiological responses to chilling stress in sorghum[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 742B.
BIOTIC: A BIOLOGICALLY-BASED PROTOCOL FOR IRRIGATION SCHEDULING -
Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F., Upchurch, D.R., Burke, J.J. 2005. BIOTIC: a biologically-based protocol for irrigation scheduling[abstract]. InterDrought-II: The 2nd International Conference on Integrated Approaches to Sustain and Improve Plant Production Under Drought Stress. Paper No. 3.36.
ADAPTING THE BIOTIC PROTOCOL TO MANAGE WATER DEFICITS -
Wanjura, D.F., Mahan, J.R., Upchurch, D.R., Burke, J.J. 2005. Adapting the BIOTIC protocol to manage water deficits[abstract]. InterDrought-II: The 2nd International Conference on Integrated Approaches to Sustain and Improve Plant Production Under Drought Stress. Paper No. 3.74.
TOWARD SEQUENCING THE SORGHUM GENOME: A US NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION-SPONSORED WORKSHOP REPORT -
Kresovich, S., Barbazuk, B., Bedell, J., Borrell, A., Buell, R., Burke, J.J., Clifton, S., Cordonnier-Pratt, M., Cox, S., Dahlberg, J., Erpelding, J.E., Fulton, T.M., Fulton, B., Fulton, L., Gingle, A., Goff, S., Hash, C., Huang, Y., Jordan, D., Klein, P., Klein, R.R., Magalhaes, J., McCombie, R., Moore, P.H., Mullet, J.E., Ozias-Akins, P., Paterson, A.H., Porter, K., Pratt, L., Roe, B., Rooney, W., Schnable, P., Steely, D.M., Tuinstra, M., Ware, D., Warek, U. 2005. Toward sequencing the sorghum genome: A US National Science Foundation-sponsored workshop report. Plant Physiology. 138(4):1898-1902.
CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BASIS OF PLANT TOLERANCE TO HEAT STRESS -
Burke, J.J., Chen, J. 2006. Cellular and molecular basis of plant tolerance to heat stress. In: Huang, B, editor. Plant-Environment Interactions. 3rd Edition. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. p. 27-46.
FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GEMINIVIRAL CONSERVED LATE ELEMENT (CLE) IN UNINFECTED TOBACCO -
Cazzonelli, C.I., Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P. 2005. Functional characterization of the geminiviral conserved late element (CLE) in uninfected tobacco. Plant Molecular Biology. 58(4):465-481.
MUTANT SCREEN AND TILLING WITH AIMS -
Xin, Z., Franks, C.D., Burow, G.B., Burke, J.J. 2005. Mutant screen and tilling with AIMS [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, February 20-24, 2005, Reno, Nevada.
CONCEPTS IN DEFICIT IRRIGATION: DEFINING A BASIS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT -
Upchurch, D.R., Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F., Burke, J.J. 2004. Concepts In Deficit Irrigation: Defining A Basis For Effective Management [abstract]. Environmental And Water Resources Institute World Congress Proceedings. Paper No. 9028.
A NEW BIOASSY TO DETERMINE THE ONSET OF WATER STRESS IN COTTON -
Burke, J.J. 2005. A new bioassy to determine the onset of water stress in cotton[ABSTRACT]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference.
A NEW BIOASSAY TO DETERMINE THE ONSET OF WATER STRESS IN COTTON -
Burke, J.J. 2005. A new biossay to determine the onset of water stress in cotton[abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. January 4-7, 2005. New Orleans, Louisiana.
DETERMINATION OF TEMPERATURE AND TIME THRESHOLDS FOR BIOTIC IRRIGATION OF PEANUTS ON THE TEXAS SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS -
Mahan, J.R., Burke, J.J., Wanjura, D.F. 2005. Determination of temperature and time thresholds for BIOTIC irrigation of peanuts on the Texas Southern High Plains. Irrigation Science. 23:145-152.
CONCEPTS IN DEFICIT IRRIGATION: DEFINING A BASIS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT -
Upchurch, D.R., Mahan, J.R., Wanjura, D.F., Burke, J.J. 2004. Concepts in deficit irrigation: defining a basis for effective management [abstract]. Environmental and Water Resources Institute World Congress Proceedings. Paper No. 9028.
VEGETATIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE STRESS TOLERANCE IN COTTON -
Burke, J.J., Percy, R.G. 2004. Vegetative and reproductive stress tolerance in cotton[abstract]. October 31-November 04, 2004, Seattle, Washington. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. 2004 CD-ROM.
GENETIC MAPPING OF ANTHOCYANIN REGULATORY GENES AND RESPONSES TO CHILLING STRESS IN SORGHUM -
Burow, G.B., Klein, P., Klein, R.R., Mullet, J., Franks, C.D., Burke, J.J. 2004. Genetic mapping of anthocyanin regulatory genes and responses to chilling stress in sorghum [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Abstract p. 245.
DEVELOPMENT OF PEANUT VARIETIES WITH DROUGHT AND HEAT TOLERANCE -
Wallace, J.R., Burke, J.J., Shurbert, A.M., Burow, M.D., Rowland, D., Ayers, J.L., Porter, D., Holbrook Jr, C.C. 2004. Development of peanut varieties with drought and heat tolerance[abstract]. American Peanut Research and Education Society Proceedings. Volume 36
DEVELOPMENT OF A SORGHUM CORE COLLECTION: REFINEMENT AND EVALUATION OF A SUBSET FROM SUDAN -
Dahlberg, J.A., Burke, J.J., Rosenow, D.T. 2004. Development of a sorghum core collection: refinement and evaluation of a subset from Sudan. Economic Botany. 58(4): 556-567.
MOLECULAR MAPPING OF ARABIDOPSIS GENES CONTRIBUTING TO THERMOTOLERANCE -
Burke, J.J., Chen, J., Xin, Z., Velten, J.P. 2004. Molecular mapping of arabidopsis genes contributing to thermotolerance [abstract]. Keystone Symposia.
A LOW COST HIGH EFFICIENT METHOD FOR GENETIC MAPPING USING INDEL MARKERS -
Xin, Z., Chen, J., Burke, J.J. 2004. A low cost high efficient method for genetic mapping using indel markers[abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome. Paper No. 227.
THE INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS DELINTING AND PRIMING TREATMENTS ON COTTON SEEDLING EMERGENCE, DEVELOPMENT AND YIELD -
McMichael, B.L., Burke, J.J., Hopper, N., Wedegaertner, T. 2004. The influence of various delinting and priming treatments on cotton seedling emergence, development and yield [abstract]. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 1-9, 2004, San Antonio, Texas. 2004 CDROM.
GENETIC VARIABILITY FOR EARLY SEASON ROOT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT -
McMichael, B.L., Burke, J.J. 2003. Genetic variability for early season root system development. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 2003. p. 1748
ASSESMENT OF BIOCHEMICAL FUNCTION IN ARABIDOPSIS MUTANTS DEFECTIVE IN ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE -
Cazzonelli, C.I., Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P. 2004. Assesment of biochemical function in arabidopsis mutants defective in acquired thermotolerance. Keystone Symposia.
MAPPING QTL ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY-SEASON VIGOR AND COLD TOLERANCE IN SORGHUM -
Burke, J.J., Pandravada, A., Tuinstral, M.R., Kofoid, K.D., Aiken, R., Payne, W., Wysocki, D., Chen, C., Mullet, J.E. 2003. Mapping qtl associated with early-season vigor and cold tolerance in sorghum[abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts.
FINE MAPPING OF ARABIDOPSIS ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE DEFICIENT MUTANTS -
Burke, J.J., Xin, Z., Velten, J.P. 2003. Fine mapping of arabidopsis acquired thermotolerance deficient mutants[abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting.
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF TEMPERATURE STRESSED COTTON ROOTS -
MCMICHAEL, B.L., MACFALL, J., BURKE, J.J. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF TEMPERATURE STRESSED COTTON ROOTS. Digital Imaging and Spectral Techniques: Application to Precision Agriculture. 2003.
A SIMPLE VERSATILE HIGH THROUPHPUT DNA EXTRACTION METHOD SUITABLE FOR PCR -
Xin, Z., Velten, J.P., Oliver, M.J., Burke, J.J. 2003. A simple versatile high throughput DNA extraction method suitable for PCR. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. 34(4):820-826.
PHYSIOLOGICAL LIMITATIONS TO COTTON PRODUCTION ON THE HIGH PLAINS OF TEXAS -
Burke, J.J. Physiological limitations to cotton production on the High Plains of Texas. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference[abstract]. 2003. P. 1652. CD-ROM File.
METABOLIC AND REPRODUCTIVE FITNESS OF HEAT-STRESSED COTTON -
Burke, J.J. 2003. Metabolic and reproductive fitness of heat-stressed cotton. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference.
IN VITRO ANALYSIS OF COTTON POLLEN GERMINATION -
Burke, J.J., Velten, J.P., Oliver, M.J. 2004. In vitro analysis of cotton pollen germination. Agronomy Journal. 96:359-368
SPRINKLER-INDUCED FLOWER LOSSES AND YIELD REDUCTIONS IN COTTON -
Burke, J.J. Sprinkler-induced flower losses and yield reductions in cotton. Agronomy Journal. 2003. V. 95, P. 709-714
COTTON POLLEN SENSITIVITY TO WATER -
Burke, J.J. 2002. Cotton pollen sensitivity to water[abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. August 3-7, 2002. Denver, Colorado.
A SIMPLE VERSATILE HIGH THROUGHPUT DNA EXTRACTION METHOD SUITABLE FOR PCR -
XIN, Z., VELTEN, J.P., OLIVER, M.J., BURKE, J.J. A SIMPLE VERSATILE HIGH THROUGHPUT DNA EXTRACTION METHOD SUITABLE FOR PCR. BIOTECHNIQUES. 2002. Abstract 855.
EVALUATION OF SPRINKLER-INDUCED FLOWER LOSSES AND YIELD REDUCTIONS -
MOISTURE SENSITIVITY OF COTTON POLLEN: AN EMASCULATION TOOL FOR HYBRID PRODUCTION -
COTTON ROOT DISORDERS -
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF COTTON ROOT ARCHITECTURE EFFECTED BY TEMPERATURE STRESS -
DEVELOPMENTALLY REGULATED HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS IN COTTON SEEDS AND THEIR PROTECTIVE ROLE ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE -
PHENOTYPIC EVALUATION OF ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANTS OF ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA USING MULTIPLE BIOASSAYS -
GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SORGHUM TEMPERATURE RESPONSES -
TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON ROOT GROWTH -
OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVING COTTON'S TOLERANCE TO HIGH TEMPERATURE -
FIELD EVALUATION OF SPRINKLER-INDUCED FLOWER LOSS AND YIELD REDUCTIONS -
A DITELOSOMIC LINE OF CHINESE SPRING WHEAT WITH AUGMENTED ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE -
CHARACTERIZATION OF ATTS300: AN ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA -
IDENTIFICATION OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AND MUTATIONS IN HIGHER PLANT ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE -
DEVELOPMENT OF BIOTIC TO AUTOMATE DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEMS -
A DITELOSOMIC LINE OF CHINESE SPRING WHEAT WITH AUGMENTED ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE -
IRRIGATION SCHEDULING USING BIOLOGICALLY-BASED OPTIMAL TEMPERATURE AND CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF CANOPY TEMPERATURE -
THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANTS IN ARABIDOPSIS -
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED NEMATODE RESISTANCE IN COTTON USING A CELLULAR ABLATION SYSTEM BASED UPON THE NEMATODE RESPONSE ELEMENT FROM TOBACCO -
SPRINKLER IRRIGATION INDUCED FLOWER SHEDDING -
ISOLATION OF ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA MUTANTS LACKING COMPONENTS OF THE ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE SYSTEM -
IDENTIFICATION OF ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE DEFICIENCY WITHIN THE DITELOSOMIC SERIES OF "CHINESE SPRING" WHEAT -
IDENTIFICATION OF THE TEMPERATURE THRESHOLD FOR SOYBEAN IRRIGATION -
456: GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANT: ATTS02 -
HIGH TEMPERATURE PROTECTION IN WATER-STRESSED COTTON SEEDLINGS -
GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANT: ATTS02 -
IRRIGATION SCHEDULING USING BIOLOGICALLY-BASED OPTIMAL TEMPERATURE AND CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF CANOPY TEMPERATURE -
IMPACT OF DROUGHT ON HIGH TEMPERATURE PROTECTION SYSTEMS OF COTTON SEEDLINGS -
ATTS02: AN ARABIDOPSIS MUTANT WITH REDUCED ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE CAPACITY -
REDUCED ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE LEVELS WITHIN THE DITELOSOMIC SERIES OF CHINESE SPRING WHEAT -
SOIL TEMPERATURE AND ROOT GROWTN -
PLANT RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE EXTREMES -
CHARACTERIZATION OF ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE IN SOYBEAN SEEDLINGS -
ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE VARIABILITY WITHIN THE DITELOSOMIC SERIES OF CHINESE SPRING WHEAT -
CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA -
THE PATTERN AND MAGNITUDE OF THERMAL STRESS ON METABOLISM IN EMERGING COTTON SEEDLINGS -
SELECTION OF ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE MUTANTS IN ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA -
CHLOROPHYLL ACCUMULATION CAN BE USED AS AN IN VIVO INDICATOR OF ACQUIRED THERMOTOLERANCE -
INTERSPECIFIC GENE TRANSFER AND THERMAL KINETIC WINDOWS -
GENETIC CONTROL OF ACQUIRED HIGH TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE IN WINTER WHEAT -
GENETIC CONTROL OF ACQUIRED HIGH TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE IN WINTER WHEAT (CORRECTING TITLE AND ADDING ACCEPTANCE DATE) -
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