Agronomic traits

Barley

Druka et al (2011) Genetic dissection of barley morphology and development. Plant Physiology 155:617-627

Shahinnia et al (2012) High resolution mapping of Dense spike-ar (dsp.ar) to the genetic centromere of barley chromosome 7H. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 124:373-384

Houston et al (2012) Analysis of the barley bract suppression gene Trd1. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 125:33-45

 

Poplar

Rohde et al (2011) Bud set in poplar-genetic dissection of a complex trait in natural and hybrid populations. New Phytologist 189:106-121

Fabbrini et al (2012) Phenotypic plasticity, QTL mapping and genomic characterization of bud set in black poplar. BMC Plant Biology 12:47

Allwright et al (2016) Biomass traits and candidate genes for bioenergy revealed through association genetics in coppiced European Populus nigra (L.). Biotechnol Biofuels 9:195
 

Grapevine

IGA focuses on three loci controlling downy or powdery mildew resistance: Rpv3, Rpv12, Ren1. Ren1 is the first resistance gene that naturally evolved functional specificity against powdery mildew in the cultivated species Vitis vinifera. Rpv3 and Rpv12 were originally present in undomesticated grapes in North America and Asia and were historically used in introgression breeding.

Di Gaspero et al (2012) Selective sweep at the Rpv3 locus during grapevine breeding for downy mildew resistance. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 12:277-286

Venuti et al (2013) Historical introgression of the downy mildew resistance gene Rpv12 from the Asian species Vitis amurensis into grapevine varieties. PLoS One 8(4):e61228. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0061228