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Wheat Genetics Resource Center

Kansas State University
Department of Plant Pathology

4024 Throckmorton
1712 Claflin Road
Manhattan, KS 66506-5502
785-532-6176 (TEL)
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wgrc@k-state.edu

Wheat Genetics Resource Center
Kansas Wheat Innovation Center

1990 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502
785-320-4383 (TEL)

 

2001

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Bockus WW, Appel JA, Bowden RL, Fritz AK, Gill BS, Martin TJ, Sears RG, Seifers DL, Brown-Guedira GL, and Eversmeyer MG. 2001. Success stories: breeding for wheat disease resistance in Kansas. Plant Dis 85(5):453-461. [PDF]

Deol GS, Reese JC, Gill BS, Wilde GE, and Campbell L. 2001. Comparative chlorophyll losses in susceptible wheat leaves fed upon by Russian wheat aphid or greenbug (Homoptera: Aphididae). J Kan Entom Soc 74:192-198. [PDF : Abstract only]

Faris JD, Sirikhachornkit A, Haselkorn R, Gill BS, and Gornicki P. 2001. Chromosome mapping and phylogenetic analysis of the cytosolic acetyl-CoA carboxylase loci in wheat. Mol Bio Evol 18(9):1720-1733. [PDF]

Friebe B, Kynast RG, Zhang P, Dhar M, and Gill BS. 2001. Chromosome healing by addition of telomeric repeats in wheat occurs during the first divisions of the sporophyte and is a gradual process. Chromosome Res 9:137-146. [PDF]

Huang L and Gill BS. 2001. An RGA-like marker detects all known Lr21 leaf rust-resistance gene family members in Aegilops tauschii and wheat. Theor Appl Genet 103:1007-1013. [PDF]

Jackson SA, Zhang P, Chen W, Phillips R, Friebe B, Muthukrishnan S, and Gill BS. 2001. High-resolution structural analysis of biollistic transgene integration into the nuclear genome of wheat. Theor Appl Genet 103:56-62. [PDF]

Li WL, Faris JD, Muthukrishnan S, Liu DJ, Chen PD, and Gill BS. 2001. Isolation and characterization of novel cDNA clones of acidic chitinases and ß-1,3-glucanases from wheat spikes infected by Fusarium graminearum. Theor Appl Genet 102:353-362. [PDF]

Liu XM, Smith CM, Gill BS, and Tolmay V. 2001. Microsatellite markers linked to six Russian wheat aphid resistance genes in wheat. Theor Appl Genet 102:504-510. [PDF]

Muthukrishnan S, Liang GL, Trick HN, and Gill BS. 2001. Pathogenesis-related proteins and their genes in cereals. Plant Cell, Tissue Organ Cult 64:93-114. [PDF]

Qi LL and Gill BS. 2001. High-density physical maps reveal that the dominant male-sterile gene Ms3 is located in a genomic region of low recombination in what and is not amenable to map-based cloning. Theor Appl Genet 103:998-1006. [PDF]

Raupp WJ, Singh S, Brown-Guedira GL, and Gill BS. 2001. Cytogenetic and molecular mapping of the leaf rust resistance gene Lr39 in wheat. Theor Appl Genet 102:347-352. [PDF]

Wang XE, Chen PD, Liu DJ, Zhang P, Zhou B, Friebe B, and Gill BS. 2001. Molecular cytogenetic characterization of Roegneria ciliaris chromosomes introduced into common wheat. Theor Appl Genet 102:651-657. [PDF]

Zhang P, Friebe B, Lukaszewski AJ, and Gill BS. 2001. The centromere structure in Robertsonian wheat-rye translocation chromosomes indicates that centric breakage-fusion can occur at different positions within the primary constriction. Chromosoma 110:335-344 [PDF]


OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Friebe B, Raupp WJ, and Gill BS. 2001. Alien gene in wheat improvement. In: Wheat in a global Environment, Proceedings of the 9th International Wheat Improvement Symposium (Bedö Z and Láng L eds). Kluewer Academic Pub, Dordrecht, the Netherlands. 9:709-720.

Raupp WJ ed. 2001. Annual Wheat Newsletter, volume 47. July 2001. 371 pp.

HTML versions of all issues of the Annual Wheat Newsletters posted at http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/wheatnewsletter/.


MEETING ABSTRACTS

Plant & Animal Genome IX Abstracts (13-17 January, 2001, San Diego, CA) are at http://www.Intl-pag.org/.

Brooks SA, Fellers JP, and Gill BS. 2001. The use of a cDNA library for the isolation of leaf rust resistance genes in wheat. PAGIX, P35, p. 69.

Gill BS and Li WL. 2001. The mechanisms of origin, genome evolution, and speciateon by allopolyploidy. PAG IX Abstracts, W173, p. 50.

Qi LL and Gill BS. 2001. Ms3, a dominant male-sterile gene, is located in a region of low recombination in wheat. PAG IX Abstracts, P422, p. 166.

Li WL and Gill BS. 2001. Colinearity and interruption between rice, sorghum, and wheat in the SH2/A1 resion. PAG IX Abstracts, P353, p. 149.

Sandhu D, Shah MM, Sidhu D, Champoux JA, Gill BS, and Gill KS. 2001. Structural organization of wheat genome. PAC IX Abstracts, P400, p. 161.

Zhang P, Friebe B, Lukaszewski AJ, and Gill BS. 2001. The centromere structure in Robertsonian wheat-rye translocation chromosomes indicated that centric-breakage-fusion can occur at various postitions within the primary constriction. PAG IX Abstracts, P136, p. 95.