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Jason Walling
Cereal Crops Research
Research Geneticist (Plants)

Phone: (608) 262-3672
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USDA ARS CEREAL CROPS RESEARCH UNIT
502 WALNUT STREET
MADISON , WI 537262335
Projects
Identifying the Next Generation of Malting Barley Through Improved Selection Criteria and Quality Analysis of Breeding Lines
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 426086
Utilizing the University of Wisconsin - Madison Institutional Biological Safety Committee
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 433125

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Comparative transcriptomics analysis in rumen and liver from young calves treated with artificial dosing of rumen content from adult donor cow -
Comparative gene expression analysis of the beta-amylase and hordein gene families in the developing barley grain -
Vinje, M.A., Walling, J.G., Henson, C.A., Duke, S.H. 2019. Comparative gene expression analysis of the beta-amylase and hordein gene families in the developing barley grain. Gene. 693:127-136.
Comparisons of modern United States and Canadian malting barley cultivars with those from pre-Prohibition: V. Bmy1 intron III alleles and grain beta-amylase activity and thermostability -
Duke, S.H., Henson, C.A., Vinje, M.A., Walling, J.G., Bockelman, H.E. 2019. Comparisons of modern United States and Canadian malting barley cultivars with those from pre-Prohibition: V. Bmy1 intron III alleles and grain beta-amylase activity and thermostability. Journal of American Society of Brewing Chemists. 77:62-68.
Comparison of Oryza sativa and Oryza brachyantha genomes reveals selection-driven gene escape from the centromeric regions -
Liao, Y., Zhang, X., Li, B., Liu, T., Chen, J., Bai, Z., Wang, M., Shi, J., Walling, J.G., Wing, R., Jiang, J., Chen, M. 2018. Comparison of Oryza sativa and Oryza brachyantha genomes reveals selection-driven gene escape from the centromeric regions. The Plant Cell. doi: 10.1105/tpc.18.00.
Evaluation and selection of internal reference genes from two- and six-row U.S. malting barley varieties throughout micromalting for use in RT-qPCR -
Walling, J.G., Zalapa, L.A., Vinje, M.A. 2018. Evaluation and selection of internal reference genes from two- and six-row U.S. malting barley varieties throughout micromalting for use in RT-qPCR. PLoS One. 13(5)/e0196966. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0196966.