Manuscripts

Manuscripts

  1. Kagale,S.,Koh,C.,Clarke,W.E.,Bollina,V.,Parkin,I.A.P.,Sharpe,A.G. Analysis of Genotyping-by-Sequencing (GBS) Data. Methods Molecular Biology. 2016;1374:269-84
  2. Buhrow,L.,Loewen,M. Identification of an attenuated barley stripe mosaic virus for the virus-induced gene silencing of pathogenesis-related wheat  genes. Plant Methods. 2016:2;12:12
  3. Li,Q.,Zheng,Q.,Shen,W.,Fowler ,D.B.,WeiY.,Zou,J. Understanding the biochemical basis of temperature induced lipid pathway adjustments in plants. Plant Cell. 2015 Jan; 27(1):86-103.
  4. Loewen,M.C.,Rajagopalan,N.,Halasz,A.,Lu,Y.,Liu,E.,Monteil-Rivera,F. In vitro differentiation of the transport specificities of naturally occurring recombinant Lr34 variants. 14th Cereal Rust and Powdery Mildew Conference, Denmark
  5. Li,Q.,Shen,W.,Zheng,Q.,Fowler,D.B.,Zou,J. Adjustments of lipid pathways in plant adaptation to temperature stress. Plant Signal Behavior. 2016 Jan 2;11(1):(1559-2324)
  6. Sharpe,A.G., International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium. A chromosome-based draft sequence of the hexaploid bread wheat genome. Science Jul 2014: 345(6194):1251788
  7. Asif,M.,Eudes,F.,Goyal,A.,Amundsen,E.,Randhawa,H.,Spaner,D. Organelle antioxidants improved microspore embryogenesis in wheat and triticale. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology Plant November 2013, Volume 49, Issue 5, pp 489-497
  8. Asif,M.,Eudes,F.,Randhawa,H.,Amundsen,E.,Yanke,J.,Spaner,D. Induction medium osmolality improves microspore embryogenesis in wheat and triticale. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology Plant March 2014, Volume 50, Issue 1, pp 121-126
  9. Asif,M.,Eudes,F.,Randhawa,H.,Amundsen,E.,Yanke,J.,Spaner,D. Phytosulfokine alpha enhances microspore embryogenesis in both triticale and wheat. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture January 2014 116: 125-130.
  10. Asif,M.,Eudes,F.,Randhawa,H.,Amundsen,E.,Yanke,J.,Spaner,D. Cefotaxime prevents microbial contamination and improves microspore embryogenesis in wheat and triticale. Plant Cell Reports 2013 32:1637-1646.
  11. Sinha,R.,Eudes,F. Dimethyl Tyrosine conjugated peptide prevents oxidative damage and death of triticale and wheat microspores. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC) July 2015, Volume 122, Issue 1, pp 227-237
  12. Jordan,K.W.,Wang,S.,Lun,Y.,Gardiner,L.J.,MacLachlan,R.,Hucl,P.,Akhunov, E. A haplotype map of allohexaploid wheat reveals distinct patterns of selection on homoeologous genomes. Genome Biology 2015 16:48
  13. Wang,Y.et.al. 2014 Characterization of polyploid wheat genomic diversity using a high-density 90,000 single nucleotide polymorphism array. Plant Biotechnology Journal 2014 Aug : 787-796
  14. Tulpan,D.,Leger,S.,Tchagang,A.,Pan,Y. Enrichment of Triticum aestivum gene annotations using ortholog cliques and gene ontologies in other plants. BMC Genomics. 2015 Apr 15;16:299
  15. Čuperlović-Culf,M.,Culf,A. Metabolism, protein deacetylation and their interaction in biotic response, fungal growth and beyond. International Journal of Botany, 2014 4: 48-60 .
  16. Cuperlovic-Culf,M.,Touaibia,M.,St-Coeur,P.D.,Poitras,J.,Morin,P.,Culf,A.S. Metabolic Effects of Known and Novel HDAC and SIRT Inhibitors in Glioblastomas Independently or Combined with Temozolomide. Metabolites. 2014, 4:807-30.
  17. Lahlali,R.,KarunakaranC.,Wang,L.,Willick,I.,Schmidt,M.,Liu,X.,Borondics,F.,Forseille,L.,Fobert,P.R.,Tanino,K.,Hallin,E. Synchrotron based phase contrast X-ray imaging combined with FTIR spectroscopy reveals structural and biomolecular differences in spikelets play a significant role in resistance to Fusarium in wheat. BMC Plant Biology (2015) 15 (1): 24
  18. Murmu,J.,Wilton,M.,Allard,G.,Pandeya,R.,Desveaux,D.,Singh,J.,Subramaniam,R. Arabidopsis GOLDEN2-LIKE (GLK) transcription factors activate jasmonic (JA)-dependent disease susceptibility to the biotrophic pathogen Hyaloperonospera arabidopsidis, as well as JA-independent plant immunity against the necrotrophic pathogen Botrytis cinerea. Molecular Plant Pathology. 2014 Feb; 15(2):174-84.
  19. Huner,N.P.A.,Dahal,K.,Kurepin,L.,Savitch,L.,Singh,J.,Ivanov,A.G.,Kane,K.,Sarhan,F. Potential for increased photosynthetic performance and crop productivity in response to climate change: role of CBFs and gibberellic acid. Frontiers in Chemistry, 2014 doi: 10.3389/fchem.2014.00018
  20. Kurepin,.L.V.,Daha,K.P.,Savitch,L.V.,Singh,J.,Bode,R.,Ivanov,A.G.,Hurry,V.,Huner,N.P.A. Role of CBFs as Integrators of Chloroplast Redox, Phytochrome and Plant Hormonal Signaling during Cold Acclimation. International Journal Molecular Science. 2013, 14(6), 12729-12763
  21. Venglat,P.,Xiang,D.,Wang,E.,Datla,R. Genomics of seed development: challenges and opportunities for genetic improvement of seed traits in crop plants. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology January 2014 3:24-30
  22. Tchagang,A.B.,Phan,S.,Famili,F.,Pan,Y.,Cutler, A.Zou,J., A Generic Model of Transcriptional Regulatory Networks: Application to Plants under Abiotic Stress. 2013 IEEE International Workshop on Genomic Signal Processing and Statistics (GENSIPS), Nov. 17 - 19, 2013, Houston, Texas, USA.
  23. Pawluczyk,M.,Weiss,J.,Links,M.G.,EgañaA.M.,Wilkinson,M.D.,Egea-Cortines,M. Quantitative evaluation of bias in PCR amplification and next-generation sequencing derived from metabarcoding samples. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2015. Mar; 407(7):1841-8.
  24. Links,M.G.,Chaban,B.,Hemmingsen,S.M.,Muirhead,K.,Hill,J.E. mPUMA: a computational approach to microbiota analysis by de novo assembly of operational taxonomic units based on protein-coding barcode sequences. Microbiome, 2013, Aug 15;1(1):23.
  25. Links,M.G.,Demeke,T.,Gräfenhan,T.,Hill,J.E.,Hemmingsen,S.M.,Dumonceaux,T.J. Simultaneous profiling of seed-associated bacteria and fungi reveals antagonistic interactions between microorganisms within a shared epiphytic microbiome on Triticum and Brassica seeds. New Phytologist, 2014. Apr; 202(2):542-53.
  26. Town,J.R.,Links,M.G.,Fonstad,T.A.,Dumonceaux,T.J. Molecular characterization of anaerobic digester microbial communities identifies microorganisms that correlate to reactor performance. Bioresource Technology, 2013. 151 249-257.
  27. Town,J.R.,Annand,H.,Pratt,D.,Dumonceaux,T.,Fonstad,T. Microbial community composition is consistent across anaerobic digesters processing wheat-based fuel ethanol waste streams. Bioresource Technology, 2014. 157:127-133.
  28. Quiza,L.,St-Arnaud,M.,Yergeau,E. Harnessing phytomicrobiome signaling for rhizosphere microbiome engineering. Front Plant Sci. 2015 Jul 14;6:507
  29. Lazarovit,G.,Turnbull,A.L.,Haug,B.,Links,M.G.,Hill,J.E.,Hemmingsen,S.M. Unraveling the rhizosphere using the cpn60 genomic marker and pyrosequencing. Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere, F.J. de Bruijn, Editor 2013, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: Hoboken, NJ, USA. 1129-1136.
  30. Hemmingsen,S.M. Helping Microbes To Help Wheat. Top Crop Manager, Western Edition  Carolyn King. October 2014, 40: (14) 16-18.
  31. Vrinten,P. “Developing Cleistogamous (Closed-Flowering) Wheat for Increased Fusarium Head Blight Resistance. Saskatchewan Research Council Newsletter Dec 2015
  32. Pan,Y.,Ouellet,T.,Phan,S.,Tchagang,A.,Fauteux,F.,Tulpan ,D. Digitization of trait representation in microarray data analysis on wheat infected by Fusarium graminearum. 2015 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (CIBCB2015), August 12-15, Niagara Falls, Canada
  33. Gou,L.,Hattori,J.,Fedak,G.,Balcerzak,M.,Sharpe,A.,Visendi,P.,Edwards,D.,Tinker,N.,Wei,Y.-M.,Chen, G.Y.,Ouellet,T. Development and validation of Thinopyrum elongatum expressed molecular markers specific for the long arm of chromosome 7E. Crop Science 2015, 56 1: 354-363.
  34. Tulpan,D. The Circular Secondary Structure Uncertainty Plot (CS2-Uplot)-Visualizating RNA Secondary Structure with Base Pair Binding. 5th Symposium on Biological Data Visualization-ISMB/ECCB 2015, Dublin Ireland, July 10-11
  35. Vrinten,P. Increasing fusarium head blight resistance in wheat. The WheatField (SaskWheat newsletter) December, 2015.
  36. Kassa,M.T.,Petrovic,D.,Haas,S.,Schliephake,E.,Kramer,L.,Koch,M.,Pozniak,C.J.,Sharpe,A.G.,You,F.M.,Thomas,J.B.,Wise,I.L.,Fobert,P.R.,Forster,J.,Ordon,F.,Uauy,C.,McCartney,C.A. A saturated SNP linkage map for the orange wheat blossom midge resistance gene Sm1. Theoretical and Applied Genetics DOI 10.1007/s00122-016-2720-4
  37. Cuperlovic-Culf,M.,Wang,L.,Forseille,L.,Boyle,K.,Merkley,N.,Burton,I.,Fobert,P.R. Metabolic biomarker panels of response to fusarium head blight infection in different wheat varieties. PLoS One. 2016; 11(4): e0153642.
  38. Kassa,M.T.,You,F.M.,Fetch,T.,Fobert,P.,Sharpe,A.,Pozniak,C.J.,Menzies,J.,Jordan,M.C.,Humphreys,G.,Tingting,Z.,Luo,M.C.,McCartney,C.A.,Hiebert,C.W., Genetic mapping of SrCad and SNP marker development for marker‑assisted selection of Ug99 stem rust resistance in wheat. Theoretical Applied Genetics online first DOI: 10.1007/s00122-016-2709-z
  39. Rajagopalan,N.,Halasz,A.,Lu,Y.,Liu,E.,Monteil-Rivera,F.,Loewen,M.C., Probing allocrite preferences of two naturally occurring variants of the wheat LR34 ABC transporter. Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 10.1139/bcb-2016-0058
  40. Lahiali,R.,Kumar,S.,Wang,L.,Sylvain,N.,Korbas,G.,Muir,D.,Swerhone,G.,Lawrence,J.,Fobert,P.,Peng,G.,Karunakaran,C., Cell wall biomolecular and nutritional composition plays a role in the host type II resistance to Fusarium head blight in wheat. Frontiers Microbiology doi 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00910
  41. Buhrow,L.M.,Cram,D.,Tulpan,D.,Foroud,N.A.,Loewen,M.C. Exogenous Abscisic Acid and Gibberellic Acid Elicit Opposing Effects on Fusarium graminearum Infection in Wheat. Phytopathology. September 2016, 106(9):Pages 986-996