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- Gardiner, Laura‐Jayne; Bansept‐Basler, Pauline; Olohan, Lisa; Joynson, Ryan; Brenchley, Rachel; Hall, Neil; O'Sullivan, Donal M.; Hall, Anthony
- The plant journal 2016 v.87 no.4 pp. 403-419
- Triticum monococcum; algorithms; case studies; diploidy; doubled haploids; flowering; genes; hexaploidy; loci; phenotype; single nucleotide polymorphism; stripe rust; wheat
- ... Previously we extended the utility of mapping‐by‐sequencing by combining it with sequence capture and mapping sequence data to pseudo‐chromosomes that were organized using wheat–Brachypodium synteny. This, with a bespoke haplotyping algorithm, enabled us to map the flowering time locus in the diploid wheat Triticum monococcum L. identifying a set of deleted genes (Gardiner et al., 2014). Here, we ...
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- Liu, Zhenhua; Li, Juan; Wang, Long; Li, Qiang; Lu, Qing; Yu, Yanchong; Li, Shuo; Bai, Ming‐yi; Hu, Yuxin; Xiang, Fengning
- The plant journal 2016 v.87 no.4 pp. 391-402
- Arabidopsis thaliana; auxins; callus; callus formation; cytokinins; genetically modified organisms; mutants; phenotype; tissue culture; transcription (genetics); transgenes
- ... In tissue culture systems plant cells can be induced to regenerate to whole plants. A particularly striking example of cellular reprogramming is seen in this regeneration process, which typically begins with the induction of an intermediate cell mass referred to as callus. The identity of the key genetic cues associated with callus formation is still largely unknown. Here a microRNA‐directed phyto ...