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Coles, N, Zila, C, Holland, JB. 2011. Functional allelic variation at key photoperiod response QTL in maize. Crop Science. 51:1036-1049.

Jumbo, M, Weldekidan, T, Holland, JB, Hawk, J. 2011. Comparison of conventional, modified single seed descent, and doubled haploid breeding methods for maize inbred line development using GEM breeding crosses. Crop Science 51:1534-1543.

Kump, K, Bradbury, P,  Buckler, E, Belcher, A, Oropeza-Rosas, M,  Wisser, R, Zwonitzer, J, Kresovich, S, McMullen, M, Ware, D, Balint-Kurti, P, and Holland, J. 2011. Genome-wide association study of quantitative resistance to southern leaf blight in the maize nested association mapping population. Nature Genetics 43:163-168.

Negeri, A , Coles, N, Holland, J, Balint-Kurti, P. 2011. Mapping QTL controlling southern leaf blight resistance by joint analysis of three related recombinant inbred line populations. Crop Science 51:1571-1579.

Wisser, R, Kolkman, J, Patzoldt, M, Holland, J, Yu, J, Krakowsky, M, Nelson, R, and Balint-Kurti, P. 2011.Multivariate analysis of resistances to three diseases in maize suggests a pleiotropic genetic basis and implicates a glutathione S-transferase as a multiple disease resistance gene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:7339-7344.

Wisser, R, Balint-Kurti, P, Holland, J. 2011. A novel genetic framework for studying response to artificial selection. Plant Genetic Resources.Published Online  DOI:10.1017/S1479262111000359.

Eller, MS, Payne, GA, Holland, JB. 2010. Selection for reduced Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin content in advanced backcross maize lines and their topcross hybrids. Crop Science. 50:2249-2260.

Glover JD, Reganold JP, Bell LW, Borevitz J, Brummer EC, Buckler ES, Cox CM, Cox TS, Crews TE, Culman SW, DeHaan LR, Eriksson D, Gill BS, Holland J, Hu F, Hulke BS, Ibrahim AMH, Jackson W, Jones SS, Murray SC, Paterson AH, Ploschuk E, Sacks EJ, Snapp S, Tao D, Van Tassel DL, Wade LJ, Wyse DL, Xu Y. 2010. Increased food and ecosystem security via perennial grains. Science 328:1638-1639.  Supplemental Fig. 1.

Kump, K, Holland, J, Jung, M, Wolters, P, Balint-Kurti, P. 2010.  Joint analysis of near isogenic and recombinant inbred line populations yields precise positional estimates for QTL. Plant Genome 3:142-153.

Yan, W, Holland, JB. 2010. A heritability-adjusted GGE biplot for test environment evaluation. Euphytica 171:355-369.

Buckler, ES, JB Holland et al. 2009.  The genetic architecture of maize flowering time.  Science 325:714-718.

MD McMullen, . . . JB Holland and ES Buckler.  2009.  Genetic properties of the maize nested association mapping population. Science 325:737-740.


Eller, M, JB Holland and G Payne. 2008. Breeding for improved resistance to fumonisin contamination in maize. Toxin Reviews 27:371-389.


Eller, MS, LA Robertson-Hoyt, GA Payne and JB Holland. 2008. Grain yield and fusarium ear rot of maize hybrids developed from lines with varying levels of resistance. Maydica, 53:231-237.


Nelson, PT, ND Coles, JB Holland, DM Bubeck, S Smith MM Goodman. 2008. Molecular characterization of maize inbreds with expired US plant variety protection. Crop Science 48:1673-1685.


Ruiz Corral, JA, N Duran Puga, JJS Gonz?lez, J Ron Parra, D Gonzalez Eguiarte, JB Holland and GM Garc?a. 2008. Climatic adaptation and ecological descriptors of 42 Mexican maize races. Crop Science 48:1502-1512. 


Van Esbroeck, G. A., Corral, J. A. R., Gonzalez, J. J. S., & Holland, J. B. 2008. A Comparison of leaf appearance rates among teosinte, maize landraces and modern maize. Maydica, 53(2), 117-123. 

Wooten, DR, DP Livingston, JB Holland, DS Marshall and JP Murphy. 2008. Quantitative trait loci and epistasis for crown freezing tolerance in the 'Kanota' x 'Ogle' hexaploid oat mapping population.  Crop Science 48:149-157.


Yu, J, JB Holland, MD McMullen and ES Buckler. 2008. Genetic design and statistical power of nested association mapping in maize. Genetics 178:539-551.


Balint-Kurti, PJ, JC Zwonitzer, RJ Wisser, M Oropeza-Rosas, JB Holland and SJ Szalma. 2007. Precise mapping of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Southern leaf blight, Caused by Cochliobolus heterostrophusRace O, and flowering time using advanced intercross maize lines. Genetics 176:645-657.


Gonzalo, M, TJ Vyn, JB Holland and LM McIntyre. 2007. Mapping reciprocal effects and interactions with plant density stress in Zea maysL. Heredity 99:14-30.


Holland, JB. 2007. Genetic architecture of complex traits in plants. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 10:156-161.


Jines, MP, PJ Balint-Kurti, LARobertson-Hoyt, T Molnar, JB Holland and MM Goodman. 2007. Mapping resistance to southern corn rust in a semi-tropical recombinant inbred line topcross population. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:659-667.


Krakowsky, MD, M Lee and JB Holland. 2007. Genotypic correlation and multivariate QTL analyses for cell wall components and resistance to stalk tunneling by the European corn borer in maize. Crop Science 47:485-488.


Robertson-Hoyt, LA, J Betr?n, GAPayne, DG White, T Isakeit, CM Maragos, TL Moln?r and JB Holland. 2007. Relationships among resistances to Fusarium and Aspergillus ear rots and contamination by fumonisin and aflatoxin in maize. Phytopathology 97:311-317.


Robertson-Hoyt, LA, CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos and JB Holland.   2007.   Relationships of resistance to Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin contamination with agronomic performance of maize.   Crop Science 47:1770-1778. 

Szalma, SJ, BM Hostert, JR LeDeaux, CW Stuber and JB Holland. 2007. QTL mapping with near-isogenic lines in maize. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114:1211-1228.


Balint-Kurti, PJ, MD Krakowsky, MP  Jines, LA Robertson, TL Moln?r, MM Goodman and JB Holland.   2006. Identification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Southern leaf blight and days to anthesis in a maize recombinant inbred line population. Phytopathology 96:1067-1071.


Balint-Kurti, PJ, M Blanco, M Millard, S Duvick, JB Holland, M Clements, R Holley, M Carsonand MM Goodman. 2006. Registration of 20 GEMbreeding families adapted for the southern US. Crop Science 46:996-998.


Carson, M.L., P.J. Balint-Kurti, M. Blanco, M. Millard, S. Duvick, R. Holley, J. Hudyncia, M.M. Goodman. 2006. Registration of nine high-yielding tropical by temperate maize germplasm lines adapted for the southern USA. Crop Science 46:1825-1826. 


Gonzalo, M, T Vyn, JB Holland and L McIntyre.  2006.  Mapping density response in maize: a direct approach for testing genotype and treatment interaction. Genetics 173:331-348.


Holland, JB, PK Bretting, DM Bubeck, AJ Cardinal, RN Holley and DV Uhr. 2006.  Major M. Goodman: A laudation.  Maydica 51:3-13.

Holland, JB. 2006. Theoretical and biological foundations of plant breeding. p. 127-140. In (KR Lamkey and M. Lee, eds.) Plant Breeding: The Arnel R. Hallauer Intational Symposium. Blackwell Publishing, Ames, IA.

Holland, JB. 2006. Estimating genotypic correlations and their standard errors using multivariate restricted maximum likelihood estimation with SAS Proc MIXED. Crop Science 46:642-654.

Long, V, JB Holland, GP Munkvold and J-L Jannink. 2006. Responses to selection for partial resistance to crown rust in oat. Crop Science 46:1260-1265. 

Robertson-Hoyt, LA, MP Jines, PJ Balint-Kurti, CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos, TL Molnar and JB Holland.   2006. QTL mapping for Fusarium ear rot and Fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations.   Crop Science 46:1734-1743.


Robertson, LA, CE Kleinschmidt, DG White, GA Payne, CM Maragos and JB Holland. 2006. Hertabilities and correlations of Fusarium ear rot resistance and Fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations. Crop Science 46:353-361.


Robertson et. al. 2006. Erratum. Crop Science 46:1420.


Tarter, JA and JB Holland. 2006.  Gains from selection during the development of semiexotic inbred lines from Latin American maize accessions.  Maydica 51:15-23.


Yu, J, G Pressoir, WH Briggs, IV Bi, M Yamasaki, JF Doebley, MD McMullen, BG Gaut, DM Nielsen, JB Holland, S Kresovich and ES Buckler. 2006. A unified mixed-model method for association mapping that accounts for multiple levels of relatedness. Nature 38:203-208.


Zhao, W, P Canaran, R Jurkuta, T Fulton, J Glaubitz, E Buckler, J Doebley, B Gaut, M Goodman, JB Holland, S Kresovich, M McMullen, L Stein and D Ware. 2006. Panzea: a database and resource for molecular and functional diversity in the maize genome. Nucleic Acids Research 34:Database issue doi:10.1093/nar/gkj011.


Holland, JB. 2004. Breeding: Incorporation of exotic germplasm. p. 222-224. In: R.M. Goodman (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science. Marcel Dekker, NY.


Holland, JB. 2004. Implementation of molecular markers for quantitative traits in breeding programs - challenges and opportunities.  In:Proceedings of the 4th International Crop Science Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 26 Sept. - 1 Oct.  13 pp.


Tarter, JA, MM Goodman and JB Holland. 2004. Recovery of exotic alleles in semiexotic maize inbreds derived from crosses between Latin American accessions and a temperate line. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:609-617. DOI 10.1007/s00122-004-1660-6.


Helland, SJ and JB Holland. 2003. Genome-wide genetic diversity among components does not cause cultivar blend response. Crop Science 43:1618-1627.


Holland, JB, WE Nyquist and CT Cervantes-Martinez. 2003.  Estimating and interpreting hertiability for plant breeding: an update.  Plant Breeding Reviews 22:9-111.


Holland, JB and MM Goodman. 2003. Combining ability of a tropical-derived maize population with isogenic Bt and conventional testers. Maydica 48:1-8.


Tarter, JA, MM Goodman and JB Holland. 2003. Testcross performance of semiexotic inbred lines derived from Latin American maize accessions. Crop Science 43:2272-2278.


Cervantes-Martinez, CT, KJ Frey, PJ White, DM Wesenberg and JB Holland. 2002. Correlated responses to selection for greater ?-glucan content in two oat populations. Crop Science 32:730-738.


Cox, TS, M Bender, C Picone, DL Van Tassel, JB Holland, EC Brummer, BE Zoeller, AH Paterson and W Jackson. 2002. Breeding perennial grain crops. Critical Reviews in Plant Science 21:59-91.

Holland, JB, ? Bj?rnstad, KJ Frey, M Gullord and DM Wesenbert. 2002. Recurrent selection for broad adaptation affects stability of oat.  Euphytica 126:265-274.

Holland, JB, VA Portyanko, DA Hoffman and M Lee. 2002. Genomic regions controlling vernalization and photoperiod responses in oat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105:113-126.

Cervantes-Martinez, CT, KJ Frey, PJ White, DM Wesenberg and JB Holland. 2001. Selection for greater ?-glucan content in oat grain. Crop Science 41:1085-1091.

Helland, SJ and JB Holland. 2001. Blend response and stability and cultivar blending ability in oat. Crop Science 41:1689-1696.

Holland, JB, KJ Frey and EG Hammond.  2001.  Correlated response of fatty acid composition, grain quality and agronomic traits to nine cycles of recurrent selection for increased oil content in oat.  Euphytica 122:69-79.

Holland, JB, SJ Helland, N Sharopova and DC Rhyne. 2001. Polymorphism of PCR-based markers targeting exons, introns, promoters, and SSRs in maize and introns and repeat sequences in oat. Genome 44:1065-1076.

Holland, JB and GP Munkvold. 2001. Genetic relationships of crown rust resistance, grain yield, test weight, and seed weight in oat in oat. Crop Science 41:1041-1050.

Holland, JB. 2001. Epistasis and plant breeding. Plant Breeding Reviews 21:27-92.(See also correction in Plant Breeding Reviews 22:112).


Holland, JB. 2001. Enhancing disease resistance of crops through breeding and genetics. In: (RF Wilson, CT Hou and DF Hildebrand, eds.) Dealing with Genetically Modified Crops. American Oil Chemistry Society Press.Champaign, IL., pp. 60-83.


Kremer, CA, M Lee and JB Holland. 2001. A restriction fragment length polymorphism based linkage map of a diploid Avenarecombinant inbred line population. Genome 44:192-204.


Portyanko, VA, DL Hoffman, M Lee and JB Holland. 2001. A linkage map of hexaploid oat based on grass anchor clones and its relationship to other oat maps. Genome 44:249-265.


Holland, JB, ? Bj?rnstad, KJ Frey, M Gullord, DM Wesenberg and T Buraas. 2000. Recurrent selection in oat for adaptation to diverse environments. Euphytica 113:195-205.


Frey, KJ and JB Holland. 1999. Nine cycles of recurrent selection for increased groat oil content in oat. Crop Science 39:1636-1641.


Holland, JB and EC Brummer. 1999. Cultivar effects on oat/berseem intercrops. Agronomy Journal 91:321-329.


Hoi, SH, JB Holland and EG Hammond. 1999. Heritability of lipase activity of oat caryopses.  Crop Science 39:1055-1059.


Palmer, RG, JB Holland and KS Lewers. 1998. Recombination values for the MS6-W1 chromosome region in different genetic backgrounds in soybean. Crop Science 38:293-296.


Holland, JB. 1998. EPISTACY:A SAS program to detect two-locus epistatic interactions using genetic marker information. Journal of Heredity 89:374-375.


Holland, JB, DV Uhr, D Jeffers and MM Goodman. 1998. Inheritance of resistance to southern corn rust in tropical-by-corn-belt maize populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96:232-241.


Holland, JB, HS Moser, LS O'Donoughue and M Lee. 1997. QTLs and epistasis associated with vernalization responses in oat. Crop Science 37:1306-1316.


Holland, JB. 1997. Oat improvement. P. 57-98. In(M.S. Kang, ed.) Crop Improvement for the 21 stCentury. Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India.


Holthaus, JF, JB Holland, PJ White and KJ Frey. 1996. Inheritance of beta-glucan content in oat grain. Crop Science 36:567-572.


Holland, JB, MM Goodman and F Castillo-Gonzalez. 1996. Identification of agronomically superior Latin American maize accessions via multi-stage evaluations. Crop Science 36:778-784.


Holland, JB and MM Goodman. 1995. Combining ability of tropical maize accessions with U.S. germplasm. Crop Science 35:767-773.


Holland, JB and ET Bingham. 1995. Genetic improvement for yield and fertility of alfalfa cultivars representing different eras of breeding. Crop Science 34:953-957.

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