Experts and Doctors on triticum in Australia

Summary

Locale: Australia
Topic: triticum

Top Publications

  1. Schreiber A, Hayden M, Forrest K, Kong S, Langridge P, Baumann U. Transcriptome-scale homoeolog-specific transcript assemblies of bread wheat. BMC Genomics. 2012;13:492 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, our assembly methodology is transferable to other polyploid organisms. ..
  2. Schreiber A, Sutton T, Caldo R, Kalashyan E, Lovell B, Mayo G, et al. Comparative transcriptomics in the Triticeae. BMC Genomics. 2009;10:285 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, the results indicate the presence of a correlation between sequence and expression conservation within the Triticeae. ..
  3. Nayak M, Collins P, Pavic H, Kopittke R. Inhibition of egg development by phosphine in the cosmopolitan pest of stored products Liposcelis bostrychophila (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae). Pest Manag Sci. 2003;59:1191-6 pubmed
    ..05 mg litre(-1) for 16 days) that allow all eggs to hatch to the much less tolerant nymph stage. ..
  4. Trebicki P, Vandegeer R, Bosque Pérez N, Powell K, Dáder B, Freeman A, et al. Virus infection mediates the effects of elevated CO2 on plants and vectors. Sci Rep. 2016;6:22785 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings underscore the complexity of interactions between plants, insects and viruses under future climate with implications for plant disease epidemiology and crop production. ..
  5. Fitzgerald T, Kazan K, Li Z, Morell M, Manners J. A high-throughput method for the detection of homologous gene deletions in hexaploid wheat. BMC Plant Biol. 2010;10:264 pubmed publisher
    ..We have developed a method for automated, high-throughput screening to identify deletions of individual homologues of a wheat gene. This method is also potentially applicable to other polyploidy plants. ..
  6. Kettle A, Carere J, Batley J, Manners J, Kazan K, Gardiner D. The Fdb3 transcription factor of the Fusarium Detoxification of Benzoxazolinone gene cluster is required for MBOA but not BOA degradation in Fusarium pseudograminearum. Fungal Genet Biol. 2016;88:44-53 pubmed publisher
    ..However, deletion mutants for these latter genes remain capable of benzoxazolinone degradation, suggesting that they are not essential for this process. ..
  7. Fleury D, Jefferies S, Kuchel H, Langridge P. Genetic and genomic tools to improve drought tolerance in wheat. J Exp Bot. 2010;61:3211-22 pubmed publisher
    ..This information was used to create structured populations and develop models for QTL analysis and positional cloning. ..
  8. Parent B, Tardieu F. Temperature responses of developmental processes have not been affected by breeding in different ecological areas for 17 crop species. New Phytol. 2012;194:760-74 pubmed publisher
    ..Other possibilities are discussed. This result has important consequences for the breeding and modelling of temperature effects associated with global changes. ..
  9. Hawrelak J. Giardiasis: pathophysiology and management. Altern Med Rev. 2003;8:129-42 pubmed
    ..As such, this therapeutic strategy should be considered the first-line approach. Antibiotic use may best be reserved for cases that fail to respond to initial treatment with natural measures. ..

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  1. Anderson J, Hane J, Stoll T, Pain N, Hastie M, Kaur P, et al. Proteomic Analysis of Rhizoctonia solani Identifies Infection-specific, Redox Associated Proteins and Insight into Adaptation to Different Plant Hosts. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2016;15:1188-203 pubmed publisher
    ..Data are available via ProteomeXchange with identifier PXD002806. ..
  2. Ryan P, Liao M, Delhaize E, Rebetzke G, Weligama C, Spielmeyer W, et al. Early vigour improves phosphate uptake in wheat. J Exp Bot. 2015;66:7089-100 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that early vigour contributed to the distributions in both populations. Early vigour can increase plant growth at suboptimal P and some sources can also improve the efficiency of P acquisition. ..
  3. Blum A, Benfield A, Stiller J, Kazan K, Batley J, Gardiner D. High-throughput FACS-based mutant screen identifies a gain-of-function allele of the Fusarium graminearum adenylyl cyclase causing deoxynivalenol over-production. Fungal Genet Biol. 2016;90:1-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that the high-throughput mutant screening procedure developed here can be applied for identification of fungal proteins involved in diverse processes. ..
  4. Dong C, Vincent K, Sharp P. Simultaneous mutation detection of three homoeologous genes in wheat by High Resolution Melting analysis and Mutation Surveyor. BMC Plant Biol. 2009;9:143 pubmed publisher
    ..This method can also be used for SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) marker development and eco-TILLING in polyploid species. ..
  5. Tan K, Heazlewood J, Millar A, Oliver R, Solomon P. Proteomic identification of extracellular proteins regulated by the Gna1 Galpha subunit in Stagonospora nodorum. Mycol Res. 2009;113:523-31 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, quantitative RT-PCR has demonstrated that some of the encoding genes showed differential expression throughout host infection. Implications of these proteins and their corresponding genes in fungal virulence are discussed. ..
  6. Tan K, Heazlewood J, Millar A, Thomson G, Oliver R, Solomon P. A signaling-regulated, short-chain dehydrogenase of Stagonospora nodorum regulates asexual development. Eukaryot Cell. 2008;7:1916-29 pubmed publisher
    ..Detailed histological experiments on sch1 pycnidia revealed that the gene is required for the differentiation of the subparietal layers of asexual pycnidia resulting in a significant reduction in both pycnidiospore size and numbers. ..
  7. Mitchell J, Rebetzke G, Chapman S, Fukai S. Evaluation of reduced-tillering (tin) wheat lines in managed, terminal water deficit environments. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:3439-51 pubmed publisher
    ..The incorporation of the tin gene into genetic material adapted to the target environments provides scope for improvement in both grain yield and kernel weight, and a reduction in screenings in terminal water deficit environments. ..
  8. Duncan E, Maher W, Foster S, Krikowa F, O Sullivan C, Roper M. Dimethylarsenate (DMA) exposure influences germination rates, arsenic uptake and arsenic species formation in wheat. Chemosphere. 2017;181:44-54 pubmed publisher
    ..We hypothesise that exposure to DMA may have inhibited Si-metabolism and translocation which resulted in both developmental impairment and possibly an increased susceptibility to soil pathogens. ..
  9. Mieog J, Howitt C, Ral J. Fast-tracking development of homozygous transgenic cereal lines using a simple and highly flexible real-time PCR assay. BMC Plant Biol. 2013;13:71 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, because all procedures described here are standardized, the method may easily be adapted to vectors lacking the target regions used here and/or to other plant models. ..
  10. Verbyla A, Taylor J, Verbyla K. RWGAIM: an efficient high-dimensional random whole genome average (QTL) interval mapping approach. Genet Res (Camb). 2012;94:291-306 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, an analysis of a doubled haploid population is used to illustrate the three approaches. ..
  11. Francki M, Shankar M, Walker E, Loughman R, Golzar H, Ohm H. New quantitative trait loci in wheat for flag leaf resistance to Stagonospora nodorum blotch. Phytopathology. 2011;101:1278-84 pubmed publisher
    ..This study identified novel QTL and their effects in controlling flag leaf SNB resistance. ..
  12. Williams K, Willsmore K, Olson S, Matic M, Kuchel H. Mapping of a novel QTL for resistance to cereal cyst nematode in wheat. Theor Appl Genet. 2006;112:1480-6 pubmed
    ..This locus acts additively with the previously identified CCN resistance loci identified on chromosomes 6B (Cre8) and 2A (Cre5 on the VPM1 segment) in this population to explain 44% of the genetic variance for this major wheat pathogen. ..
  13. Marcotuli I, Hsieh Y, Lahnstein J, Yap K, Burton R, Blanco A, et al. Structural Variation and Content of Arabinoxylans in Endosperm and Bran of Durum Wheat (Triticum turgidum L.). J Agric Food Chem. 2016;64:2883-92 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, DP5, DP6, and DP7 oligosaccharides containing five, six, and seven pentosyl residues, respectively, were purified. ..
  14. Kovalchuk N, Li M, Wittek F, Reid N, Singh R, Shirley N, et al. Defensin promoters as potential tools for engineering disease resistance in cereal grains. Plant Biotechnol J. 2010;8:47-64 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that PRPI promoters will be useful for specific targeting and accumulation of proteins conferring resistance to pathogens in vulnerable tissues of developing and germinating grain. ..
  15. Peirce C, Priest C, McBeath T, McLaughlin M. Uptake of phosphorus from surfactant solutions by wheat leaves: spreading kinetics, wetted area, and drying time. Soft Matter. 2016;12:209-18 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that uptake may be much less sensitive to the specific choice of adjuvant and long time-scale spreading behaviour than one might intuitively expect. ..
  16. Xue G, Way H, Richardson T, Drenth J, Joyce P, McIntyre C. Overexpression of TaNAC69 leads to enhanced transcript levels of stress up-regulated genes and dehydration tolerance in bread wheat. Mol Plant. 2011;4:697-712 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that TaNAC69 is involved in regulating stress up-regulated genes and wheat adaptation to drought stress...
  17. Xue G, Drenth J, Glassop D, Kooiker M, McIntyre C. Dissecting the molecular basis of the contribution of source strength to high fructan accumulation in wheat. Plant Mol Biol. 2013;81:71-92 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that high source strength is one of the important genetic factors determining high levels of WSC in wheat. ..
  18. Furtado A. RNA extraction from developing or mature wheat seeds. Methods Mol Biol. 2014;1099:23-8 pubmed publisher
    ..We describe a method to isolate large amount of good-quality RNA from developing and mature wheat grain which can also be adapted to other cereal grains. ..
  19. Munns R, James R, Sirault X, Furbank R, Jones H. New phenotyping methods for screening wheat and barley for beneficial responses to water deficit. J Exp Bot. 2010;61:3499-507 pubmed publisher
    ..Developments in infrared thermography provide new and feasible screening methods for detecting genetic variation in the stomatal response to water deficit in controlled environments and in the field. ..
  20. Fleury D, Luo M, Dvorak J, Ramsay L, Gill B, Anderson O, et al. Physical mapping of a large plant genome using global high-information-content-fingerprinting: the distal region of the wheat ancestor Aegilops tauschii chromosome 3DS. BMC Genomics. 2010;11:382 pubmed publisher
    ..Physical maps allow the description of the co-linearity between wheat and grass genomes and provide a powerful tool for positional cloning of new genes. ..
  21. Izanloo A, Condon A, Langridge P, Tester M, Schnurbusch T. Different mechanisms of adaptation to cyclic water stress in two South Australian bread wheat cultivars. J Exp Bot. 2008;59:3327-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Within this germplasm, the capacity for osmotic adjustment was the main physiological attribute associated with tolerance under cyclic water stress which enabled plants to recover from water deficit. ..
  22. Kam J, Gresshoff P, Shorter R, Xue G. The Q-type C2H2 zinc finger subfamily of transcription factors in Triticum aestivum is predominantly expressed in roots and enriched with members containing an EAR repressor motif and responsive to drought stress. Plant Mol Biol. 2008;67:305-22 pubmed publisher
  23. Hernandez J, Scott P, Shephard R, Al Jassim R. The characterization of lactic acid producing bacteria from the rumen of dairy cattle grazing on improved pasture supplemented with wheat and barley grain. J Appl Microbiol. 2008;104:1754-63 pubmed publisher
    ..This study shows that lactic acid production is caused, not only by various thoroughly researched types of bacteria, but also by others previously identified in the rumen but not further characterized. ..
  24. Wakelin S, Gupta V, Harvey P, Ryder M. The effect of Penicillium fungi on plant growth and phosphorus mobilization in neutral to alkaline soils from southern Australia. Can J Microbiol. 2007;53:106-15 pubmed
    ..This work has established the potential for use of Penicillium inoculants to increase plant growth on alkaline soils in Australia. The role of Penicillium fungi in plant P uptake and soil P cycling requires further exploration...
  25. Soriano I, Riley I, Potter M, Bowers W. Phytoecdysteroids: a novel defense against plant-parasitic nematodes. J Chem Ecol. 2004;30:1885-99 pubmed
    ..2 x 10(-7) M or in plants. Phytoecdysteroid was found to protect spinach from plant-parasitic nematodes and may confer a mechanism for nematode resistance...
  26. Dong C, Whitford R, Langridge P. A DNA mismatch repair gene links to the Ph2 locus in wheat. Genome. 2002;45:116-24 pubmed
    ..The copy on 3DS is located within the region deleted in the wheat mutant ph2a, which shows altered recombination frequency in the interspecific hybrids. The relationship between the ph2a mutant and TaMSH7 gene function is discussed...
  27. Delhaize E, Hebb D, Richards K, Lin J, Ryan P, Gardner R. Cloning and expression of a wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) phosphatidylserine synthase cDNA. Overexpression in plants alters the composition of phospholipids. J Biol Chem. 1999;274:7082-8 pubmed
    ..The cloning of TaPSS1 now provides evidence that the yeast pathway for PS synthesis exists in some plant tissues and provides a tool for understanding the pathways of phospholipid biosynthesis and their regulation in plants...
  28. Shi Z, Riley M, Taylor A, Noakes M. Meal-specific food patterns and the incidence of hyperglycemia in a Chinese adult population. Br J Nutr. 2017;118:53-59 pubmed publisher
    ..A traditional wheat-based breakfast is associated with a decreased risk of hyperglycaemia. A rice-based traditional lunch and dinner is associated with an increased risk of hyperglycaemia in Chinese adults. ..
  29. Norman A, Taylor J, Tanaka E, Telfer P, Edwards J, Martinant J, et al. Increased genomic prediction accuracy in wheat breeding using a large Australian panel. Theor Appl Genet. 2017;130:2543-2555 pubmed publisher
  30. Wang X, Appels R, Zhang X, Diepeveen D, Török K, Tomoskozi S, et al. Protein interactions during flour mixing using wheat flour with altered starch. Food Chem. 2017;231:247-257 pubmed publisher
    ..The findings provide new entry points for modifying final product attributes. ..
  31. Zhou G, Delhaize E, Zhou M, Ryan P. The barley MATE gene, HvAACT1, increases citrate efflux and Al(3+) tolerance when expressed in wheat and barley. Ann Bot. 2013;112:603-12 pubmed publisher
    ..The aim of this study was to investigate whether expressing HvAACT1 with a constitutive promoter in barley and wheat can increase citrate efflux and Al(3+) tolerance of these important cereal species...
  32. Chandler P, Harding C. 'Overgrowth' mutants in barley and wheat: new alleles and phenotypes of the 'Green Revolution' DELLA gene. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:1603-13 pubmed publisher
    ..The variation they exhibit in GA-influenced traits identifies novel alleles with perfect markers that are of potential use in breeding...
  33. Bansal U, Forrest K, Hayden M, Miah H, Singh D, Bariana H. Characterisation of a new stripe rust resistance gene Yr47 and its genetic association with the leaf rust resistance gene Lr52. Theor Appl Genet. 2011;122:1461-6 pubmed publisher
    ..This investigation characterised a valuable source of dual leaf rust and stripe rust resistance for deployment in new wheat cultivars. Transfer of Lr52 and Yr47 into current Australian wheat backgrounds is in progress. ..
  34. Oliver R, Friesen T, Faris J, Solomon P. Stagonospora nodorum: from pathology to genomics and host resistance. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2012;50:23-43 pubmed publisher
    ..Interaction with the host is dominated by interplay of fungal effectors that induce necrosis on wheat lines carrying specific sensitivity loci. As such, the pathogen has emerged as a model for the Pleosporales group of pathogens...
  35. Pineros M, Tester M. Characterization of the high-affinity verapamil binding site in a plant plasma membrane Ca2+-selective channel. J Membr Biol. 1997;157:139-45 pubmed
    ..Methoxyverapamil had qualitatively the same effects. This intra-pore binding site can be accessed directly from the extracellular side of the rca channel, but apparently not from the cytosolic side...
  36. Boss P, Thomas M. Association of dwarfism and floral induction with a grape 'green revolution' mutation. Nature. 2002;416:847-50 pubmed publisher
    ..6) and the Arabidopsis gene GA insensitive (GAI). The conversion of tendrils to inflorescences in the mutant demonstrates that the grapevine tendril is a modified inflorescence inhibited from completing floral development by GAs...
  37. Dingle J, McGee P. Some endophytic fungi reduce the density of pustules of Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici in wheat. Mycol Res. 2003;107:310-6 pubmed
    ..Disease at 12 d was reduced when the endophytes were inoculated simultaneously up to 50 mm from the fungus. Interactions between endophytes and this Puccinia are most probably mediated by defence mechanisms induced in the host plant. ..
  38. Lopato S, Borisjuk L, Milligan A, Shirley N, Bazanova N, Parsley K, et al. Systematic identification of factors involved in post-transcriptional processes in wheat grain. Plant Mol Biol. 2006;62:637-53 pubmed
    ..Several, additional proteins are novel for plants and show homology to known pre-mRNA splicing, splicing related and mRNA export factors from yeast and mammals. ..
  39. Kovalchuk N, Smith J, Pallotta M, Singh R, Ismagul A, Eliby S, et al. Characterization of the wheat endosperm transfer cell-specific protein TaPR60. Plant Mol Biol. 2009;71:81-98 pubmed publisher
    ..Examination of a three dimensional model of TaPR60 suggested that this protein could be involved in binding of lipidic molecules. ..
  40. Dadkhodaie N, Karaoglou H, Wellings C, Park R. Mapping genes Lr53 and Yr35 on the short arm of chromosome 6B of common wheat with microsatellite markers and studies of their association with Lr36. Theor Appl Genet. 2011;122:479-87 pubmed publisher
    ..1 and 4.5 cM, respectively, proximal to Lr53. Additional studies of the relationship between Lr36, also located on the short arm of chromosome 6B, and Lr53 indicated that the two genes were independent. ..
  41. Ji L, Langridge P. An early meiosis cDNA clone from wheat. Mol Gen Genet. 1994;243:17-23 pubmed
    ..The deduced amino acid sequence encoded by the cDNA clone shows two domains, one with three leucine-rich, 24-amino acid repeats and the other with four leucine heptad repeats that resemble those found in basic leucine zipper proteins...
  42. McIntyre C, Casu R, Rattey A, Dreccer M, Kam J, van Herwaarden A, et al. Linked gene networks involved in nitrogen and carbon metabolism and levels of water-soluble carbohydrate accumulation in wheat stems. Funct Integr Genomics. 2011;11:585-97 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that the assimilation of nitrogen into amino acids is an important factor that influences the levels of WSC in the stems of field-grown wheat...
  43. Xue G, Kooiker M, Drenth J, McIntyre C. TaMYB13 is a transcriptional activator of fructosyltransferase genes involved in ?-2,6-linked fructan synthesis in wheat. Plant J. 2011;68:857-70 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that TaMYB13 and its orthologues are positive regulators for controlling the expression of major fructosyltransferases involved in the fructan synthetic pathway in temperate cereals...
  44. Vincent D, DU Fall L, Livk A, Mathesius U, Lipscombe R, Oliver R, et al. A functional genomics approach to dissect the mode of action of the Stagonospora nodorum effector protein SnToxA in wheat. Mol Plant Pathol. 2012;13:467-82 pubmed publisher
    ..nodorum, appear to exploit existing host cell death mechanisms to promote pathogen growth and cause disease...
  45. Tan K, Ferguson Hunt M, Rybak K, Waters O, Stanley W, Bond C, et al. Quantitative variation in effector activity of ToxA isoforms from Stagonospora nodorum and Pyrenophora tritici-repentis. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2012;25:515-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings support the hypothesis that the variation at ToxA results from selection that favors increased toxin activity...
  46. Bennett D, Izanloo A, Reynolds M, Kuchel H, Langridge P, Schnurbusch T. Genetic dissection of grain yield and physical grain quality in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under water-limited environments. Theor Appl Genet. 2012;125:255-71 pubmed publisher
    ..A number of novel loci can be further exploited to aid breeders' efforts in improving grain yield in the southern Australian environment. ..
  47. Dreccer M, Chapman S, Rattey A, Neal J, Song Y, Christopher J, et al. Developmental and growth controls of tillering and water-soluble carbohydrate accumulation in contrasting wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes: can we dissect them?. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:143-60 pubmed publisher
    ..The relationship between tillering, WSCc, and their component traits, as well as the possible implications for crop simulation and breeding, is discussed. ..
  48. Stephenson T, McIntyre C, Collet C, Xue G. Genome-wide identification and expression analysis of the NF-Y family of transcription factors in Triticum aestivum. Plant Mol Biol. 2007;65:77-92 pubmed
    ..Organ-specific expression and differential response to drought indicate a plant-specific biological role for various members of this transcription factor family. ..
  49. Raman H, Zhang K, Cakir M, Appels R, Garvin D, Maron L, et al. Molecular characterization and mapping of ALMT1, the aluminium-tolerance gene of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Genome. 2005;48:781-91 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest that the Al tolerance in a diverse range of wheat genotypes is primarily conditioned by ALMT1...
  50. Zhang W, Gianibelli M, Rampling L, Gale K. Characterisation and marker development for low molecular weight glutenin genes from Glu-A3 alleles of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum. L). Theor Appl Genet. 2004;108:1409-19 pubmed publisher
    ..This collection of markers represents a valuable resource for use in marker-assisted breeding to select for specific alleles of this important quality-determining locus in bread wheat...
  51. Singh N, Donovan G, Carpenter H, Skerritt J, Langridge P. Isolation and characterization of wheat triticin cDNA revealing a unique lysine-rich repetitive domain. Plant Mol Biol. 1993;22:227-37 pubmed
    ..The maximum mRNA accumulation occurred between 17 and 20 DAA. These observations conform closely with the published data on triticin protein accumulation during grain development...