Roberto Tuberosa
Roberto Tuberosa
Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Bologna
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Characterization of polyploid wheat genomic diversity using a high‐density 90 000 single nucleotide polymorphism array
S Wang, D Wong, K Forrest, A Allen, S Chao, BE Huang, M Maccaferri, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 12 (6), 787-796, 2014
Monitoring large-scale changes in transcript abundance in drought-and salt-stressed barley
ZN Ozturk, V Talamé, M Deyholos, CB Michalowski, DW Galbraith, ...
Plant molecular biology 48 (5-6), 551-573, 2002
Root system architecture: opportunities and constraints for genetic improvement of crops
S de Dorlodot, B Forster, L Pagès, A Price, R Tuberosa, X Draye
Trends in plant science 12 (10), 474-481, 2007
To clone or not to clone plant QTLs: present and future challenges
S Salvi, R Tuberosa
Trends in plant science 10 (6), 297-304, 2005
Genomics-based approaches to improve drought tolerance of crops
R Tuberosa, S Salvi
Trends in plant science 11 (8), 405-412, 2006
Quantitative trait loci and crop performance under abiotic stress: where do we stand?
NC Collins, F Tardieu, R Tuberosa
Plant physiology 147 (2), 469-486, 2008
A high-density genetic map of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) from the cross Chinese Spring× SQ1 and its use to compare QTLs for grain yield across a range of environments
SA Quarrie, A Steed, C Calestani, A Semikhodskii, C Lebreton, C Chinoy, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 110 (5), 865-880, 2005
Conserved noncoding genomic sequences associated with a flowering-time quantitative trait locus in maize
S Salvi, G Sponza, M Morgante, D Tomes, X Niu, KA Fengler, R Meeley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (27), 11376-11381, 2007
Mapping QTLs regulating morpho‐physiological traits and yield: Case studies, shortcomings and perspectives in drought‐stressed maize
R Tuberosa, S Salvi, MC SANGUINETI, P Landi, M Maccaferri, S Conti
Annals of Botany 89 (7), 941-963, 2002
Phenotyping for drought tolerance of crops in the genomics era
R Tuberosa
Frontiers in physiology 3, 347, 2012
Identification of QTLs for root characteristics in maize grown in hydroponics and analysis of their overlap with QTLs for grain yield in the field at two water regimes
R Tuberosa, MC Sanguineti, P Landi, MM Giuliani, S Salvi, S Conti
Plant molecular biology 48 (5-6), 697-712, 2002
Translational research impacting on crop productivity in drought-prone environments
M Reynolds, R Tuberosa
Current opinion in plant biology 11 (2), 171-179, 2008
Quantitative trait loci for grain yield and adaptation of durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) across a wide range of water availability
M Maccaferri, MC Sanguineti, S Corneti, JLA Ortega, MB Salem, J Bort, ...
Genetics 178 (1), 489-511, 2008
Wild emmer genome architecture and diversity elucidate wheat evolution and domestication
R Avni, M Nave, O Barad, K Baruch, SO Twardziok, H Gundlach, I Hale, ...
Science 357 (6346), 93-97, 2017
Dissection and modelling of abiotic stress tolerance in plants
F Tardieu, R Tuberosa
Current opinion in plant biology 13 (2), 206-212, 2010
Population structure and long-range linkage disequilibrium in a durum wheat elite collection
M Maccaferri, MC Sanguineti, E Noli, R Tuberosa
Molecular Breeding 15 (3), 271-290, 2005
Barley transcript profiles under dehydration shock and drought stress treatments: a comparative analysis
V Talamè, NZ Ozturk, HJ Bohnert, R Tuberosa
Journal of experimental botany 58 (2), 229-240, 2007
Genetic and genomic dissection of maize root development and architecture
F Hochholdinger, R Tuberosa
Current opinion in plant biology 12 (2), 172-177, 2009
Association mapping in durum wheat grown across a broad range of water regimes
M Maccaferri, MC Sanguineti, A Demontis, A El-Ahmed, ...
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 409-438, 2011
Can genomics boost productivity of orphan crops?
RK Varshney, JM Ribaut, ES Buckler, R Tuberosa, JA Rafalski, ...
Nature biotechnology 30 (12), 1172-1176, 2012
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