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Wheat Genetics Resource Center

Kansas State University
Department of Plant Pathology

4024 Throckmorton
1712 Claflin Road
Manhattan, KS 66506-5502
785-532-5692 fax

Wheat Genetics Resource Center
Kansas Wheat Innovation Center

1990 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502



Badaeva ED, Badaev NS, Gill BS, and Filatenko AA. 1994. Intraspecific karyotype divergence in Triticum araraticum (Poaceae). Pl Syst Evol 192:117-145.

Chen PD, Tsujimoto T, and Gill BS. 1994. Transfer of Ph1 genes promoting homoeologous pairing from Triticum speltoides to common wheat. Theor Appl Genet 88:97-101. [PDF]

Cox TS, Raupp WJ, and Gill BS. 1994. Leaf rust-resistance genes Lr41Lr42, and Lr43 transferred from Triticum tauschii to common wheat. Crop Sci 34:339-343.

Friebe B, Heun M, Tuleen N, Zeller FJ, and Gill BS. 1994. Cytogenetically monitored transfer of powdery mildew resistance from rye into wheat. Crop Sci 34:621-625.

Friebe B and Gill BS. 1994. C-band polymorphism and structural rearrangements detected in common wheat (Triticum aestivum). Euphytica 78:1-5.

Friebe B, Jiang J, Knott DR, and Gill BS. 1994. Compensation indices of radiation-induced wheat-Agropyron elongatum translocations conferring resistance to leaf rust and stem rust. Crop Sci 34:400-404.

Gill KS and Gill BS. 1994. Mapping in the realm of polyploidy: The wheat model. BioEssays 16(11):841-846 with cover photo.

Hohmann U, Endo TR, Gill KS, and Gill BS. 1994. Comparison of genetic and physical maps of group 7 chromosomes form Triticum aestivum L. Mol Gen Genet 245:644-653.

Jellen EN, Gill BS, and Cox TS. 1994. Genomic in situ hybridization differentiates between A/D- and C-genome chromatin and detects intergenomic translocations in polyploid oat species (genus Avena). Genome 37:613-618.

Jiang J, Friebe B, and Gill BS. 1995. Chromosome painting of Amigo wheat. Theor Appl Genet 89:811-813. [PDF]

Jiang J and Gill BS. 1994. Different species-specific chromosome translocations in Triticum timopheevii and T. turgidum support the diphyletic origin of polyploid wheats. Chromosome Res 2(1):59-64.

Jiang J and Gill BS. 1994. New 18S·26S ribosomal RNA gene loci: Chromosomal landmarks for the evolution of polyploid wheats. Chromosoma 103:179-185.

Jiang J and Gill BS. 1994. Non-isotopic in situ hybridization and plant genome mapping: the first 10 years. Genome 37(5):717-725.

Jiang J, Friebe B, and Gill BS. 1994. Recent advances in alien gene transfer in wheat. Euphytica 73:199-212.

Jiang J, Morris KLD, and Gill BS. 1994. Introgression of Elymus trachycaulus chromatin into common wheat. Chromosome Res 2(1):3-13.

Knackstedt MA, Sears RG, Rogers DE, and Lookhart GL. 1994. Effects of a T2BS·2RL wheat rye translocation on breadmaking quality in wheat. Crop Sci 34:1066-1070.

Kota RS, Gill BS, and Hulbert SH. 1994. Presence of various rye-specific repeated DNA sequences on the midget chromosome of rye. Genome 37:619-624.

Porter DR, Webster JA, and Friebe B. 1994. Inheritance of greenbug biotype G resistance in wheat. Crop Sci 34:625-628.


Cox TS, Hatchett JH, Sears RG, and Gill BS. 1994. Registration of KS92WGRC26, Hessian fly-resistant hard red winter wheat germplasm. Crop Sci 34:1138-1139.

Cox TS, Sears RG, Gill BS, and Jellen RN. 1994. Registration of KS91WGRC11, KS92WGRC15, and KS92WGRC23 leaf rust-resistant hard red winter wheat germplasms. Crop Sci 34:546. 

Cox TS, Sorrells ME, Bergstrom GC, Sears RG, Gill BS, Walsh EJ, Leath S, and Murphy JP. 1994. Registration of KS92WGRC21 and KS92WGRC22 hard red winter wheat germplasms resistant to wheat streak mosaic virus and powdery mildew. Crop Sci 34:546. 


 Brown GL, Cox TS, Gill BS, Bockus WW, Hatchett JH, Harvey TL, Leath S, Peterson J, Thomas JB, and Zwer PJ. 1994. Evaluation of a Triticum araraticum collection for resistance to disease and insect pests of wheat. Agron Abstr 221.

Friebe B, Jiang J, Raupp WJ, and Gill BS. 1994. Molecular cytogenetic analysis of wheat-alien germplasms. Agron Abstr 116.

McIntosh RA, Friebe B, Jiang J, and Gill BS. 1994. Collaborative studies in wheat and triticale cytogenetics. Wheat Breeding Soc Australia.  Abstract 295.