The Agronomy Department at Purdue University provides global leadership in the crop, soil, and environmental sciences. In addition, the department provides undergraduate, graduate and extension education programs; conducts fundamental and applied research at multiple scales to ensure that the science addresses immediate problems and anticipates future challenges.

This series contains publications from the Department of Agronomy at Purdue University.

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Submissions from 2016

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Nested association mapping of stem rust resistance in wheat using genotyping by sequencing, Prabin Bajgain, Matthew N. Rouse, Toi J. Tsilo, Godwin K. Macharia, Sridhar Bhavani, Yue Jin, and James A. Anderson

Submissions from 2013

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Deep Sequencing and Genome-Wide Analysis Reveals the Expansion of MicroRNA Genes in the Gall Midge Mayetiola Destructor, Chitvan Khajuria, Christie Williams, Mustapha El Bouhssini, R. Jeff Whitworth, Stephen Richards, Jeffrey J. Stuart, and Ming-Shun Chen

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SNP Discovery and Chromosome Anchoring Provide the First Physically-Anchored Hexaploid Oat Map and Reveal Synteny with Model Species., Rebekah E. Oliver, Nicholas A. Tinker, Gerard R. Lazo, Shiaoman Chao, Eric N. Jellen, Martin L. Carson, Howard R. Rines, Donald E. Obert, Joseph D. Lutz, Irene Shackelford, Abraham B. Korol, Charlene P. Wight, Kyle M. Gardner, Jiro Hattori, Aaron D. Beattie, Asmund Bjornstad, J. Michael Bonman, Jean-Luc Jannink, Mark E. Sorrells, Gina L. Brown-Guedira, Jennifer W. Mitchell Fetch, Stephen A. Harrison, Catherine J. Howarth, Amir Ibrahim, Frederic L. Kolb, Michael S. McMullen, J. Paul Murphy, Herbert W. Ohm, Brian G. Rossnagel, Weikai Yan, Kelci J. Miclaus, Jordan Hiller, Peter J. Maughan, Rachel R. Redman Hulse, Joseph M. Anderson, Emir Islamovic, and Eric W. Jackson

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TARE1, a Mutated Copia-Like LTR Retrotransposon Followed by Recent Massive Amplification in Tomato., Hao Yin, Jing Liu, Yingxiu Xu, Xing Liu, Shaoling Zhang, Jianxin Ma, and Jianchang Du

Submissions from 2011

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Model SNP Development for Complex Genomes Based on Hexaploid Oat Using High-Throughput 454 Sequencing Technology, Rebekah E. Oliver, Gerard R. Lazo, Joseph D. Lutz, Marc J. Rubenfield, Nicholas A. Tinker, Joseph M. Anderson, Nicole H. Wisniewski Morehead, Dinesh Adhikary, Eric N. Jellen, Jeffrey Maughan, Gina L. Brown Guedira, Shiaoman Chao, Aaron D. Beattie, Martin L. Carson, Howard W. Rines, Donald E. Obert, J. Michael Bonman, and Eric W. Jackson

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Exceptional Lability of a Genomic Complex in Rice and its Close Relatives Revealed by Interspecific and Intraspecific Comparison and Population Analysis, Zhixi Tian, Yanjun Yu, Feng Lin, Yeisoo Yu, Phillip J. SanMiguel, Rod A. Wing, Susan R. McCouch, Jianxin Ma, and Scott A. Jackson

Submissions from 2010

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SoyTEdb: a Comprehensive Database of Transposable Elements in the Soybean Genome, Jianchang Du, David Grant, Zhixi Tian, Rex T. Nelson, Liucun Zhu, Randy C. Shoemaker, and Jianxin Ma

Submissions from 2009

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New DArT Markers for Oat Provide Enhanced Map Coverage and Global Germplasm Characterization, Nicholas A. Tinker, Andrzej Kilian, Charlene P. Wight, Katarzyna Heller-Uszynska, Peter Wenzl, Howard W. Rines, Asmund Bjornstad, Catherine J. Howarth, Jean-Luc Jannink, Brian G. Rossnagel, Joseph M. Anderson, Deon D. Stuthman, Mark E. Sorrells, Eric W. Jackson, Stine Tuvesson, Frederic L. Kolb, Olof Olsson, Luiz Carlos Federizzi, Matty L. Carson, Herbert W. Ohm, Stephen J. Molnar, Graham J. Scoles, Peter E. Eckstein, J. Michael Bonman, Alf Ceplitis, and Tim Langdon

Submissions from 2008

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TILLING to Detect Induced Mutations in Soybean, Jennifer L. Cooper, Bradley J. Till, Robert G. Laport, Margaret C. Darlow, Justin M. Kleffner, Aziz Jamai, Tarik El-Mellouki, Shiming Liu, Rae Ritchie, Kristin D. Bilyeu, Niels C. Nielson, Khalid Meksem, Luca Comai, and Steven Henikoff

Submissions from 2004

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Discovery of Induced Point Mutations in Maize Genes by TILLING, Bradley J. Till, Steven H. Reynolds, Clifford F. Weil, Nathan Springer, Chris Burtner, Kim Young, Elisabeth Bowers, Christine A. Codomo, Linda C. Enns, Anthony R. Odden, Elizabeth A. Greene, Luca Comai, and Steven Henikoff