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Endo TR and Gill BS. 1984. The heterchromatin distribution and genome evolution in diploid species of Elymus and Agropyron. Can J Genet Cytol 26:669-678.

Endo TR and Gill BS. 1984. Somatic karyotype, heterochromatin distribution, and nature of chromosome differentiation in common wheat, Triticum aestivum L. em Thell. Chromosoma 89:361-369.

Lapitan NLV, Sears RG, and Gill BS. 1984. Translocations and other karyotypic structural changes in wheat x rye hybrids regenerated from tissue culture. Theor Appl Genet 68:547-554. [PDF]

Muthukrishnan S, Gill BS, Swegle M, and Chandra GR. 1984. Structural genes for alpha-amylases are located on barley chromosomes 1 and 6. Bio Chem 259:13637-13639.

Schlegel R, and Gill BS. 1984. N-banding analysis of rye chromosomes and the relationship between N-banded and C-banded heterochomatin. Can J Genet Cytol 26:765-769.

Sharma HC and Gill BS. 1984. Somatic chromosome counts from leaf meristems in the tribe Triticeae. Stain Tech 59:197-200.

Sharma HC, Gill BS, and Sears RG. 1984. Inflorescence culture of wheat-Agropyron hybrids: callus induction, plant regeneration, and potential in overcoming sterility barriers. Plant Cell Tissue Organ Culture 3:247-255.

Sharma HC, Gill BS, and Uyemoto JK. 1984. High levels of resistance in Agropyron species to barley yellow dwarf and wheat streak mosaic viruses. Phytopath 110:143-147.