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Understanding apomixis: recent advances and remaining conundrums
RA Bicknell, AM Koltunow
The Plant Cell 16 (suppl_1), S228-S245, 2004
5702004
Apomixis: molecular strategies for the generation of genetically identical seeds without fertilization.
AM Koltunow, RA Bicknell, AM Chaudhury
Plant Physiology 108 (4), 1345, 1995
3161995
Deletion mapping of genetic regions associated with apomixis in Hieracium
AS Catanach, SK Erasmuson, E Podivinsky, BR Jordan, R Bicknell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (49), 18650-18655, 2006
1542006
Sexual and apomictic development in Hieracium
AM Koltunow, SD Johnson, RA Bicknell
Sexual Plant Reproduction 11, 213-230, 1998
1531998
Monogenic inheritance of apomixis in two Hieracium species with distinct developmental mechanisms
RA Bicknell, NK Borst, AM Koltunow
Heredity 84 (2), 228-237, 2000
1482000
Sexual reproduction is the default mode in apomictic Hieracium subgenus Pilosella, in which two dominant loci function to enable apomixis
AMG Koltunow, SD Johnson, JCM Rodrigues, T Okada, Y Hu, T Tsuchiya, ...
The Plant Journal 66 (5), 890-902, 2011
1102011
Apomixis is not developmentally conserved in related, genetically characterized Hieracium plants of varying ploidy
AM Koltunow, SD Johnson, RA Bicknell
Sexual Plant Reproduction 12, 253-266, 2000
1032000
Quantification of progeny classes in two facultatively apomictic accessions of Hieracium
RA Bicknell, SC Lambie, RC Butler
Hereditas 138 (1), 11-20, 2003
882003
Isolation of a diploid, apomictic plant of Hieracium aurantiacum
RA Bicknell
Sexual Plant Reproduction 10, 168-172, 1997
781997
A PARTHENOGENESIS allele from apomictic dandelion can induce egg cell division without fertilization in lettuce
CJ Underwood, K Vijverberg, D Rigola, S Okamoto, C Oplaat, ...
Nature genetics 54 (1), 84-93, 2022
582022
In vitro propagation of Gentiana cerina and Gentiana corymbifera
ER Morgan, RM Butler, RA Bicknell
New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 25 (1), 1-8, 1997
501997
Who will benefit from apomixis?
RA Bicknell, KB Bicknell
431999
Postharvest treatments to increase water uptake and the vase life of Leptospermum scoparium Forst
GK Burge, RA Bicknell, BG Dobson
New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 24 (4), 371-378, 1996
391996
Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Hieracium aurantiacum
RA Bicknell, NK Borst
International Journal of Plant Sciences 155 (4), 467-470, 1994
381994
A whole genome assembly of Leptospermum scoparium (Myrtaceae) for mānuka research
AH Thrimawithana, D Jones, E Hilario, E Grierson, HM Ngo, I Liachko, ...
New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 47 (4), 233-260, 2019
342019
Polyploid and aneuploid detection in apple using a single nucleotide polymorphism array
D Chagné, C Kirk, C Whitworth, S Erasmuson, R Bicknell, DJ Sargent, ...
Tree Genetics & Genomes 11, 1-6, 2015
332015
Recovery of a sexual and an apomictic hybrid from crosses between the facultative apomicts Hieracium caespitosum and H. praealtum
H Chapman, R Bicknell
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 81-85, 2000
332000
The potential impacts of apomixis: a molecular genetics approach
RA Jefferson, R Bicknell
The impact of plant molecular genetics, 87-101, 1996
331996
Breeding cut flower cultivars of Leptospermum using interspecific hybridisation
R Bicknell
New Zealand journal of crop and horticultural science 23 (4), 415-421, 1995
291995
An Hieracium mutant, loss of apomeiosis 1 (loa1) is defective in the initiation of apomixis
T Okada, AS Catanach, SD Johnson, RA Bicknell, AM Koltunow
Sexual Plant Reproduction 20, 199-211, 2007
282007
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