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Publications in 2011
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1.        JA Birchler, Z Gao, A Sharma, GG Presting, and FP Han. Epigenetic aspects of centromere function in plants. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 2011, 14(2): 217-222 

2.        J Brkljacic, E Grotewold, R Scholl, T Mockler, DF Garvin, P Vain, T Brutnell, R Sibout, M Bevan, H Budak, AL Caicedo, C Gao, Y Gu, SP Hazen, BF Holt, 3rd, SY Hong, M Jordan, AJ Manzaneda, T Mitchell-Olds, K Mochida, LA Mur, CM Park, J Sedbrook, M Watt, SJ Zheng, and JP Vogel. Brachypodium as a model for the grasses: today and the future. Plant Physiology. 2011, 157(1): 3-13 

3.        XY Chen, W Li, QT Lu, XG Wen, HW Li, TY Kuang, ZS Li, and CM Lu. The xanthophyll cycle and antioxidative defense system are enhanced in the wheat hybrid subjected to high light stress. Journal of Plant Physiology. 2011, 168(15): 1828-1836 

4.        ZL Cui, FS Zhang, XP Chen, F Li, and YP Tong. Using In-Season Nitrogen Management and Wheat Cultivars to Improve Nitrogen Use Efficiency. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 2011, 75(3): 976-983 

5.        B Feng, XL An, ZB Xu, DC Liu, AM Zhang, N Wu, and T Wang. Molecular cloning of a novel chimeric HMW glutenin subunit gene 1Dx5' from a common wheat line W958. Molecular Breeding. 2011, 28(2): 163-170 

6.        X-H Gao, S-L Xiao, Q-F Yao, Y-J Wang, and X-D Fu. An Updated GA Signaling 'Relief of Repression' Regulatory Model. Molecular Plant. 2011, 4(4): 601-606 

7.        Z Gao, S Fu, Q Dong, F Han, and JA Birchler. Inactivation of a centromere during the formation of a translocation in maize. Chromosome Research. 2011, 19(6): 755-761 

8.        Z Gao, D Zeng, F Cheng, Z Tian, L Guo, Y Su, M Yan, H Jiang, G Dong, Y Huang, B Han, J Li, and Q Qian. ALK, the Key Gene for Gelatinization Temperature, is a Modifier Gene for Gel Consistency in Rice. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 2011, 53(9): 756-765 

9.        ZF Guo, P Xu, ZB Zhang, DW Wang, M Jin, and AP Teng. Segregation ratios of colored grains in crossed wheat. Australian Journal of Crop Science. 2011, 5(5): 589-594 

10.    N Hou, B Li, and YP Tong. Study on the Effects of Nitrogen Deficiency on Grain Iron and Zinc Concentrations of Landrace and Bred Wheat Varieties in China. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 2011, 34(6): 830-838 

11.    DL Jiali Wang, Xiaoli Guo, Wenlong Yang, XiuJie Wang, Kehui Zhan, Aimin Zhang. Variability of Gene Expression After Polyhaploidization in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). genetics genome genetics. 2011, 1: 27-33 

12.    DH Koo, F Han, JA Birchler, and J Jiang. Distinct DNA methylation patterns associated with active and inactive centromeres of the maize B chromosome. Genome Research. 2011, 21(6): 908-914 

13.    G Lei, M Shen, ZG Li, B Zhang, KX Duan, N Wang, YR Cao, WK Zhang, B Ma, HQ Ling, SY Chen, and JS Zhang. EIN2 regulates salt stress response and interacts with a MA3 domain-containing protein ECIP1 in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell and Environment. 2011, 34(10): 1678-1692 

14.    XP Li, XQ Zhao, X He, GY Zhao, B Li, DC Liu, AM Zhang, XY Zhang, YP Tong, and Z-S Li. Haplotype analysis of the genes encoding glutamine synthetase plastic isoforms and their association with nitrogen-use- and yield-related traits in bread wheat. New Phytologist. 2011, 189(2): 449-458 

15.    H Liu, P Cui, K Zhan, Q Lin, G Zhuo, X Guo, F Ding, W Yang, D Liu, S Hu, J Yu, and A Zhang. Comparative analysis of mitochondrial genomes between a wheat K-type cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) line and its maintainer line. Bmc Genomics. 2011, 12 

16.    H Liu, W Yang, D Liu, Y Han, A Zhang, and S Li. Ectopic expression of a grapevine transcription factor VvWRKY11 contributes to osmotic stress tolerance in Arabidopsis. Molecular Biology Report. 2011, 38(1): 417-427 

17.    D Long, X Wu, Z Yang, I Lenk, K Nielsen, and C Gao. Comparison of three selectable marker genes for transformation of tall fescue (<i>Festuca arundinacea</i> Schreb.) plants by particle bombardment. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant. 2011, 47(6): 658-666 

18.    T Maekawa, W Cheng, LN Spiridon, A Toller, E Lukasik, Y Saijo, PY Liu, QH Shen, MA Micluta, IE Somssich, FLW Takken, AJ Petrescu, JJ Chai, and P Schulze-Lefert. Coiled-Coil Domain-Dependent Homodimerization of Intracellular Barley Immune Receptors Defines a Minimal Functional Module for Triggering Cell Death. Cell Host & Microbe. 2011, 9(3): 187-199 

19.    X-Y Meng, J Qin, L-H Wang, G-L Duan, G-X Sun, H-L Wu, C-C Chu, H-Q Ling, BP Rosen, and Y-G Zhu. Arsenic biotransformation and volatilization in transgenic rice. New Phytologist. 2011, 191(1): 49-56 

20.    H Nie, Y Wu, C Yao, and D Tang. Suppression of edr2-mediated powdery mildew resistance, cell death and ethylene-induced senescence by mutations in ALD1 in Arabidopsis. Journal of Genetics and Genomics. 2011, 38(4): 137-148 

21.    ZX Tian, YJ Yu, F Lin, YS Yu, PJ SanMiguel, RA Wing, SR McCouch, JX Ma, and SA Jackson. Exceptional lability of a genomic complex in rice and its close relatives revealed by interspecific and intraspecific comparison and population analysis. Bmc Genomics. 2011, 12: 1-11 

22.    G-F Wang, X Wei, R Fan, H Zhou, X Wang, C Yu, L Dong, Z Dong, X Wang, Z Kang, H Ling, Q-H Shen, D Wang, and X Zhang. Molecular analysis of common wheat genes encoding three types of cytosolic heat shock protein 90 (Hsp90): functional involvement of cytosolic Hsp90s in the control of wheat seedling growth and disease resistance. New Phytologist. 2011, 191(2): 418-431 

23.    L Wang, Z Li, W Qian, W Guo, X Gao, L Huang, H Wang, H Zhu, J-W Wu, D Wang, and D Liu. The Arabidopsis Purple Acid Phosphatase AtPAP10 Is Predominantly Associated with the Root Surface and Plays an Important Role in Plant Tolerance to Phosphate Limitation. Plant Physiology. 2011, 157(3): 1283-1299 

24.    RF Wang, DG An, CS Hu, LH Li, YM Zhang, YG Jia, and YP Tong. Relationship between nitrogen uptake and use efficiency of winter wheat grown in the North China Plain. Crop & Pasture Science. 2011, 62(6): 504-514 

25.    Y Wang, MT Nishimura, T Zhao, and D Tang. ATG2, an autophagy-related protein, negatively affects powdery mildew resistance and mildew-induced cell death in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal. 2011, 68(1): 74-87 

26.    J Wu, X Kong, J Wan, X Liu, X Zhang, X Guo, R Zhou, G Zhao, R Jing, X Fu, and J Jia. Dominant and Pleiotropic Effects of a GAI Gene in Wheat Results from a Lack of Interaction between DELLA and GID1. Plant Physiology. 2011, 157(4): 2120-2130 

27.    R Xu and Y Li. Control of final organ size by Mediator complex subunit 25 in Arabidopsis thaliana. Development. 2011, 138(20): 4545-4554 

28.    W Yin, J Birchler, and F Han. Maize centromeres: where sequence meets epigenetics. Frontiers in Biology. 2011, 6(2): 102-108 

29.    YW Yiping Wang, Dingzhong Tang. The autophagy gene, ATG18a, plays a negative role in powdery mildew resistance and mildew-induced cell death in Arabidopsis. Plant Signaling & Behavior 2011, 6(9): 1408-1410 

30.    L Zhang, D Liu, X Guo, W Yang, J Sun, D Wang, P Sourdille, and A Zhang. Investigation of genetic diversity and population structure of common wheat cultivars in northern China using DArT markers. Bmc Genetics. 2011, 12: 1-13 

31.    X Zhang, D Liu, W Jiang, X Guo, W Yang, J Sun, H Ling, and A Zhang. PCR-based isolation and identification of full-length low-molecular-weight glutenin subunit genes in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 2011, 123(8): 1293-1305 

32.    XF Zhang, DC Liu, WL Yang, KF Liu, JZ Sun, XL Guo, YW Li, DW Wang, HQ Ling, and AM Zhang. Development of a new marker system for identifying the complex members of the low-molecular-weight glutenin subunit gene family in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 2011, 122(8): 1503-1516 

33.    C Zhao, C Waalwijk, PJ de Wit, T van der Lee, and D Tang. EBR1, a Novel Zn(2)Cys(6) Transcription Factor, Affects Virulence and Apical Dominance of the Hyphal Tip in Fusarium graminearum. Molecular  Plant-Microbe Interacrions. 2011, 24(12): 1407-1418 

34.    N Zhao, L Xu, B Zhu, M Li, H Zhang, B Qi, C Xu, F Han, and B Liu. Chromosomal and genome-wide molecular changes associated with initial stages of allohexaploidization in wheat can be transit and incidental. Genome. 2011, 54(8): 692-699 

35.    N Zhao, B Zhu, M Li, L Wang, L Xu, H Zhang, S Zheng, B Qi, F Han, and B Liu. Extensive and Heritable Epigenetic Remodeling and Genetic Stability Accompany Allohexaploidization of Wheat. Genetics. 2011, 188(3): 499-510 

36.    W Zhao, X Cheng, Z Huang, H Fan, H Wu, and H-Q Ling. Tomato LeTHIC is an Fe-Requiring HMP-P Synthase Involved in Thiamine Synthesis and Regulated by Multiple Factors. Plant and Cell Physiology. 2011, 52(6): 967-982 

37.    WN Zhao, SS Zheng, and HQ Ling. An efficient regeneration system and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Chinese upland rice cultivar Handao297. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture. 2011, 106(3): 475-483 

38.    Y Zhao, T Wang, W Zhang, and X Li. SOS3 mediates lateral root development under low salt stress through regulation of auxin redistribution and maxima in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist. 2011, 189(4): 1122-1134 

39.    X Zhou, T-H Sun, N Wang, H-Q Ling, S Lu, and L Li. The cauliflower Orange gene enhances petiole elongation by suppressing expression of eukaryotic release factor 1. New Phytologist. 2011, 190(1): 89-100 

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