Robert Wright
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Repeated polyploidization of Gossypium genomes and the evolution of spinnable cotton fibres
AH Paterson, JF Wendel, H Gundlach, H Guo, J Jenkins, D Jin, ...
Nature 492 (7429), 423, 2012
A 3347-locus genetic recombination map of sequence-tagged sites reveals features of genome organization, transmission and evolution of cotton (Gossypium)
J Rong, C Abbey, JE Bowers, CL Brubaker, C Chang, PW Chee, ...
Genetics 166 (1), 389-417, 2004
Polyploid formation created unique avenues for response to selection in Gossypium (cotton)
CX Jiang, RJ Wright, KM El-Zik, AH Paterson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (8), 4419-4424, 1998
Comparative genomics of plant chromosomes
AH Paterson, JE Bowers, MD Burow, X Draye, CG Elsik, CX Jiang, ...
The Plant Cell 12 (9), 1523-1539, 2000
QTL analysis of genotype× environment interactions affecting cotton fiber quality
AH Paterson, Y Saranga, M Menz, CX Jiang, R Wright
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 106 (3), 384-396, 2003
Toward sequencing cotton (Gossypium) genomes
ZJ Chen, BE Scheffler, E Dennis, BA Triplett, T Zhang, W Guo, X Chen, ...
Plant physiology 145 (4), 1303-1310, 2007
Meta-analysis of polyploid cotton QTL shows unequal contributions of subgenomes to a complex network of genes and gene clusters implicated in lint fiber development
J Rong, FA Feltus, VN Waghmare, GJ Pierce, PW Chee, X Draye, ...
Genetics 176 (4), 2577-2588, 2007
Genomic dissection of genotype× environment interactions conferring adaptation of cotton to arid conditions
Y Saranga, M Menz, CX Jiang, RJ Wright, D Yakir, AH Paterson
Genome research 11 (12), 1988-1995, 2001
Genetic dissection of cotton physiological responses to arid conditions and their inter‐relationships with productivity
Y SARANGA, CX Jiang, RJ Wright, D Yakir, AH Paterson
Plant, cell & environment 27 (3), 263-277, 2004
QTL analysis of leaf morphology in tetraploid Gossypium (cotton)
C Jiang, RJ Wright, SS Woo, TA DelMonte, AH Paterson
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 100 (3-4), 409-418, 2000
D-subgenome bias of Xcm resistance genes in tetraploid Gossypium (cotton) suggests that polyploid formation has created novel avenues for evolution
RJ Wright, PM Thaxton, KM El-Zik, AH Paterson
Genetics 149 (4), 1987-1996, 1998
Molecular mapping of genes affecting pubescence of cotton
RJ Wright, PM Thaxton, KM El-Zik, AH Paterson
Journal of Heredity 90 (1), 215-219, 1999
A safe inexpensive method to isolate high quality plant and fungal DNA in an open laboratory environment
C Niu, H Kebede, DL Auld, JE Woodward, G Burow, RJ Wright
African Journal of Biotechnology 7 (16), 2008
QTL alleles for improved fiber quality from a wild Hawaiian cotton, Gossypium tomentosum
Z Zhang, J Rong, VN Waghmare, PW Chee, OL May, RJ Wright, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 123 (7), 1075, 2011
Examining the drought stress transcriptome in cotton leaf and root tissue
P Payton, KR Kottapalli, H Kebede, JR Mahan, RJ Wright, RD Allen
Biotechnology Letters 33 (4), 821-828, 2011
Resistance to Thielaviopsis basicola in the cultivated A genome cotton
C Niu, HE Lister, B Nguyen, TA Wheeler, RJ Wright
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117 (8), 1313, 2008
Identification of molecular markers linked to leaf curl virus disease resistance in cotton
M Aslam, C Jiang, R Wright, AH Paterson
Journal of Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran 11 (4), 277-280, 2000
Alleles conferring improved fiber quality from EMS mutagenesis of elite cotton genotypes
JD Patel, RJ Wright, D Auld, R Chandnani, VH Goff, J Ingles, GJ Pierce, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 127 (4), 821-830, 2014
Glyphosate-Resistant Common Waterhemp (Amaranthus rudis) Confirmed in Texas
GG Light, MY Mohammed, PA Dotray, JM Chandler, RJ Wright
Weed technology 25 (3), 480-485, 2011
Registration of ‘Raider 276’, a high-yielding, improved-quality upland mutant cotton cultivar
DL Auld, E Bechere, M Krifa, H Kebede, E Hequet, R Wright, S Misra
Journal of plant registrations 1 (2), 115-116, 2007
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