Nottingham BBSRC Wheat Research Centre

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2020

McAusland L, Vialet-Chabrand S, Jauregui I, Burridge A, Hubbart-Edwards S, Fryer M.J, King I.P, King J, Pyke K, Edwards K.J, Carmo-Silva E, Lawson T, Murchie E.H (2020) Variation in key leaf photosynthetic traits across wheat wild relatives is accession-dependent not species-dependent. New Phytologist doi:10.1111/nph.16832

Grewal S, Othmeni M, Walker J, Hubbart-Edwards S, Yang C-y, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Isaac P, King I.P, King J (2020) Development of Wheat-Aegilops caudata introgression lines and their characterization using genome-specific KASP markers. Front. Plant Sci 11:606. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.00606

Baker L, Grewal S, Yang C-y, Hubbart-Edwards S, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Burridge A.J, Przewieslik-Allen A.M, Wilkinson P.A, King I.P, King J (2020) Exploiting the genome of Thinopyrum elongatum to expand the gene pool of hexaploid wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet (Early View). https://doi-org.ezproxy.nottingham.ac.uk/10.1007/s00122-020-03591-3

Adamski N.M, Borrill P, Brinton J, Harrington S.A, Marchal C, Bentley A.R, Bovill W.D, Cattivelli L, Cockram J, Contreras-Moreira B, Ford B, Ghosh S, Harwood W, Hassani-Pak K, Hayta S, Hickey L.T, Kanyuka K, King J, Maccaferri M, Naamati G, Pozniak C.J, Ramirez-Gonzalez R.H, Sansaloni C, Trevaskis B, Wingen L.U, Wulff B.B.H, Uauy C (2020) A roadmap for gene functional characterisation in crops with large genomes: Lessons from polyploid wheat.  eLife 2020;9:e55646 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.55646

Grewal S, Hubbart-Edwards S, Yang C-y, Devi U, Baker L, Heath J, Ashling S, Scholefield D, Howells C, Yarde J, Isaac P, King I.P, King J (2020) Rapid identification of homozygosity and site of wild relative introgressions in wheat through chromosome-specific KASP genotyping assays. Plant Biotechnol J V18 (3) 743-755 https://doi.org/10.1111/pbi.13241 

Fellers J.P, Matthews A, Fritz A.K, Rouse M.N, Grewal S, Hubbart-Edwards S, King I.P, King J (2020) Resistance to wheat rusts identified in wheat/Amblyopyrum muticum chromosome introgressions. Crop Science (Early View)  https://doi.org/10.1002/csc2.20120

2019

Othmeni M, Grewal S, Hubbart-Edwards S, Yang C, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Yahyaoui A, Gustafson P, Singh P.K, King I.P, King J (2019) The use of pentaploid crosses for the introgression of Amblyopyrum muticum and D-genome chromosome segments into Durum wheat. Front. Plant Sci. 10:1110. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.01110

Devi U, Grewal S, Yang C-y, Hubbart-Edwards S, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Burridge A, King I.P, King J (2019) Development and characterisation of interspecific hybrid lines with genome-wide introgressions from Triticum timopheevii in a hexaploid wheat background. BMC Plant Biology 19 : 183

Cseh A, Megyeri M, Yang C-y, Hubbart-Edwards S, Scholefield D, Ashling S.S, King I.P, King J, Grewal S (2019)
Development of a new Am-genome-specific SNP marker set for the molecular characterization of wheat-Triticum monococcum introgression lines. Plant Genome 0. doi:10.3835/plantgenome2018.12.0098

Cseh A, Yang C-y, Hubbart-Edwards S, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Burridge A.J, Wilkinson P.A, King I.P, King J, Grewal S (2019)  Development and Validation of Thinopyrum intermedium–Exome Based SNP Marker Set for Identification of the St, Jr and Jvs genomes in a wheat background. Theor. Appl. Genet. 132 (5) 1555-1570

King J, Newell C, Grewal S, Hubbart-Edwards S, Yang C-y, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Stride A and King I.P (2019)  Development of Stable Homozygous Wheat/Amblyopyrum muticum (Aegilops mutica) Introgression Lines and Their Cytogenetic and Molecular Characterization. Front. Plant Sci. 10:34

Przewieslik-Allen S, Burridge A, Wilkinson P, Winfield M, Shaw D, McAusland L, King J, King I, Edwards K & Barker G (2019)  Developing a High-Throughput SNP-Based Marker System to Facilitate the Introgression of Traits from Aegilops Species into Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum). Front. Plant Sci. 9:1993

2018

Grewal S, Hubbart-Edwards S, Yang C-y, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Burridge A, Wilkinson P.A, King I.P, King J (2018)  Detection of T. urartu Introgressions in Wheat and Development of a Panel of Interspecific Introgression Lines. Front. Plant Sci. 9:1565

Grewal S, Yang C, Edwards S, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Burridge A.J, King I.P, King J (2018) Characterisation of Thinopyrum bessarabicum chromosomes through genome-wide introgressions into wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 131 (2) 389-406

King J, Grewal S, Yang C-y, Edwards S, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Harper J.A, Allen A.M, Edwards K.J, Burridge A.J, King I.P. (2018)   Introgression of Aegilops speltoides Segments in Triticum aestivum and the Effect of the Gametocidal Genes. Ann. Bot. 121(2):229-240

2017

Grewal S, Gardiner L, Ndreca B, Knight W, Moore G, King I.P, and King J (2017)  Comparative Mapping and Targeted-Capture Sequencing of the Gametocidal Loci in Aegilops sharonensis. Plant Genome 10(2)  

2016

King J, Grewal S, Yang C-y, Hubbart S, Scholefield D, Ashling S, Edwards K.J, Allen A.M, Burridge A, Bloor C, Davassi A, da Silva G.J, Chalmers K, King I.P (2016)  A step change in the transfer of interspecific variation into wheat from Amblyopyrum muticum. Plant Biotechnol J 15(2):217-226

2015

Knight E, Binnie A, Draeger T, Moscou M, Rey M, Sucher J, Mehra S, King I, Moore G (2015) Mapping the "breaker" element of the gametocidal locus proximal to a block of sub-telomeric heterochromatin on the long arm of  chromosome 4Ssh of Aegilops sharonensis. Theor. Appl. Genet. 128(6):1049-1059

Winfield M, Przewieslik-Allen S, Barker G, Edwards K, Burridge A, Benbow H, Wilkinson P, Coghill J, Waterfall C, Davassi A, Scopes G, Pirani A, Webster T, Brew F, Bloor C, King J, West C, Griffiths S, King I & Bentley A (2015)  High-density SNP genotyping array for hexaploid wheat and its secondary and tertiary gene pool. Plant Biotechnol. J. 14(5):1195-1206

Atkinson J.A, Wingen L.U, Griffiths M, Pound M.P, Gaju O, Foulkes M.J, Le Gouis J, Griffiths S, Bennett M.J, King J, Wells D.M (2015) Phenotyping pipeline reveals major seedling root growth QTL in hexaploid wheat. J. Exp. Bot. 66 (8) 2283-2292 

Nemeth C, Yang C, Kasprzak P, Hubbart S, Scholefield D, Mehra S, Skipper E, King I, King J (2015)  Generation of Amphidiploids from Hybrids of Wheat and Related Species from the Genera Aegilops, Secale, Thinopyrum, and Triticum as a Source of Genetic Variation for Wheat Improvement. Genome  2015, 58:71-79

 

Nottingham BBSRC Wheat Research Centre

Department of Plant and Crop Science
The University of Nottingham
School of Biosciences
Sutton Bonington Campus
Leics, LE12 5RD

Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 6014

Email: sb-notts-WRC@nottingham.ac.uk