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Volume 10 Issue 1, March 2017



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    • Valerio Hoyos-Villegas, Qijian Song and James D. Kelly
      Genome-wide Association Analysis for Drought Tolerance and Associated Traits in Common Bean
      Core Ideas
      • GWAS was conducted to identify signals associated with drought tolerance in common bean.
      • Significant signals for drought tolerance were identified.
      • Population structure analysis of a panel of Mesoamerican genotypes revealed heterozygosity.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2015.12.0122
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    • J. P. Cook, N. K. Blake, H. Y. Heo, J. M. Martin, D. K. Weaver and L. E. Talbert
      Phenotypic and Haplotype Diversity among Tetraploid and Hexaploid Wheat Accessions with Potentially Novel Insect Resistance Genes for Wheat Stem Sawfly
      Core Ideas
      • Haplotype diversity underlying Qss.msub.3BL solid-stem QTL present among solid-stem wheat landraces.
      • Frequency and diversity of haplotypes vary among ploidy levels and geographical regions.
      • New haplotypes potentially containing novel resistance alleles will augment WSS resistance.
      • KASP markers can be used for marker assisted selection of the solid-stem Qss.msub.3BL allele.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.03.0026
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    • Zuo Li, Norman Philipp, Monika Spiller, Gunther Stiewe, Jochen C. Reif and Yusheng Zhao
      Genome-Wide Prediction of the Performance of Three-Way Hybrids in Barley
      Core Ideas
      • We devised a genomics-based approach to predict three-way hybrids denoted as GSA-BLUP.
      • GSA-BLUP boosts prediction accuracy of crosses among lines from diverse populations.
      • Previous genomic selection approaches for hybrids are specific cases of GSA-BLUP.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.05.0046
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    • Hui Yang, Guixia Shi, Hongyang Du, Hong Wang, Zhenzhen Zhang, Dezhou Hu, Jiao Wang, Fang Huang and Deyue Yu
      Genome-Wide Analysis of Soybean LATERAL ORGAN BOUNDARIES Domain -Containing Genes: A Functional Investigation of GmLBD12
      Core Ideas
      • Ninety LBD homologous genes were identified in soybean genome.
      • GmLBD genes had wide tissue expression patterns and were regulated by various stresses.
      • GmLBD12 gene was functionally characterized in transgenic Arabidopsis.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.07.0058
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    • Jaime Jiménez-Ruiz, María de la O Leyva-Pérez, Elisabetta Schilirò, Juan Bautista Barroso, Aureliano Bombarely, Lukas Mueller, Jesús Mercado-Blanco and Francisco Luque
      Transcriptomic Analysis of Olea europaea L. Roots during the Verticillium dahliae Early Infection Process
      Core Ideas
      • A transcriptomic RNA-seq analysis was conducted to study the olive–V. dahliae interaction.
      • The transcriptomes of olive roots and V. dahliae were compiled at an early stage of infection.
      • A number of putative genes involved in the plant defense were found.
      • Most of the induced genes in response to the infection are related to protein turnover.
      • An ROS stress-defense response is induced first in the pathogen and later in the plant.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.07.0060
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    • B.S. Vivek, Girish Kumar Krishna, V. Vengadessan, R. Babu, P.H. Zaidi, Le Quy Kha, S.S. Mandal, P. Grudloyma, S. Takalkar, K. Krothapalli, I.S. Singh, Eureka Teresa M. Ocampo, F. Xingming, J. Burgueño, M. Azrai, R.P. Singh and J. Crossa
      Use of Genomic Estimated Breeding Values Results in Rapid Genetic Gains for Drought Tolerance in Maize
      Core Ideas
      • Use of GS for improvement to drought tolerance in tropical maize in Asia is relatively new.
      • Positive selection response can be obtained with the use of markers for grain yield under drought.
      • Statistical model used for determining marker effects works in practice and thus stands validated.
      • GEBV-based selection of superior phenotypes (without target stress) leads to rapid genetic gains.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.07.0070
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    • Yuanwen Guo, Yanqi Wu, Jeff A. Anderson, Justin Q. Moss, Lan Zhu and Jinmin Fu
      SSR Marker Development, Linkage Mapping, and QTL Analysis for Establishment Rate in Common Bermudagrass
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.07.0074
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    • Dan Tulpan and Serge Leger
      The Plant Orthology Browser: An Orthology and Gene-Order Visualizer for Plant Comparative Genomics
      Core Ideas
      • Innovative web-based orthology and annotation visualization tool
      • Intuitive, highly interactive pairwise comparison and visualization of genomic traits
      • Interactive synteny plots for exploration and discovery of gene impact/localization
      • Free-text, Google-like search with as-you-type suggestions and highlighting
      • Easy retrieval of orthologs, comparative results, and publication-quality figures
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.08.0078
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    • Juan José Ferreira, Ester Murube and Ana Campa
      Introgressed Genomic Regions in a Set of Near-Isogenic Lines of Common Bean Revealed by Genotyping-by-Sequencing
      Core Ideas
      • Genotyping-by-sequence allows large-scale genotyping and scanning of chromosomes.
      • Near-isogenic lines are genotypes that are identical except at one or a few loci.
      • Changes detected in NILs are candidate regions that may contain introgressed genes.
      • This is another way to approach the physical position of genes.
      doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.08.0081
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