CottonGen Citations 2019

Peer-reviewed papers citing CottonGen in 2019 (15)

  1. Zhao, Y., Guo, A., Wang, Y., & Hua, J. (2019). Evolution of PEPC gene family in Gossypium reveals functional diversification and GhPEPC genes responding to abiotic stressesGene, 698, 67-71.
  2. Kumar, N. M., Katageri, I. S., Gowda, S. A., Adiger, S., Yadava, S. K., & Lachagari, V. R. (2019). 63K SNP chip based linkage mapping and QTL analysis for fibre quality and yield component traits in Gossypium barbadense L. cotton. Euphytica, 215(1), 6.
  3. Cui, Y., Ma, J., Liu, G., Wang, N., Pei, W., Wu, M., ... & Yu, J. (2019). Genome-wide identification, sequence variation and expression of the glycerol-3-phosphate acyltransferase (GPAT) gene family in GossypiumFrontiers in Genetics, 10, 116.
  4. Naqvi, R. Z., Zaidi, S. S. E. A., Mukhtar, M. S., Amin, I., Mishra, B., Strickler, S., ... & Mansoor, S. (2019). Transcriptomic analysis of cultivated cotton Gossypium hirsutum provides insights into host responses upon whitefly-mediated transmission of cotton leaf curl disease. PloS one, 14(2), e0210011
  5. Lu, Y., Chen, W., Zhao, L., Yao, J., Li, Y., Yang, W., ... & Sun, J. (2019). Different divergence events for three pairs of PEBPs in Gossypium as implied by evolutionary analysis. Genes & Genomics, 1-14.
  6. Wang, M., Tu, L., Yuan, D., Zhu, D., Shen, C., Li, J., ... & Ye, Z. (2019). Reference genome sequences of two cultivated allotetraploid cottons, Gossypium hirsutum and Gossypium barbadense. Nature genetics, 51(2), 224.
  7. Li, J., Yu, D., Qanmber, G., Lu, L., Wang, L., Zheng, L., ... & Li, F. (2019). GhKLCR1, a kinesin light chain-related gene, induces drought-stress sensitivity in Arabidopsis. Science China Life Sciences, 62(1), 63-75.
  8. Miao, Y., Xu, L., He, X., Zhang, L., Shaban, M., Zhang, X., & Zhu, L. (2019). Suppression of tryptophan synthase activates cotton immunity by triggering cell death via promoting SA synthesis. The Plant Journal.
  9. Liu, W., Chen, L., Zhang, S., Hu, F., Wang, Z., Lyu, J., ... & Ge, S. (2019). Decrease of gene expression diversity during domestication of animals and plants. BMC evolutionary biology, 19(1), 19.
  10. Chen, Q., Chen, Q. J., Sun, G. Q., Zheng, K., Yao, Z. P., Han, Y. H., ... & Qu, Y. Y. (2019). Genome-Wide Identification of Cyclophilin Gene Family in Cotton and Expression Analysis of the Fibre Development in Gossypium barbadense. International journal of molecular sciences, 20(2), 349.
  11. Wang, Y., Wang, Y., Li, B., Xiong, C., Eneji, A. E., Zhang, M., ... & Li, Z. (2019). The Cotton High-affinity K+ Transporter, GhHAK5a, is Essential for Shoot Regulation of K+ Uptake in Root under Potassium Deficiency. Plant and Cell Physiology.
  12. Zou, X., Liu, A., Zhang, Z., Ge, Q., Fan, S., Gong, W., ... & Wang, Y. (2019). Co-Expression Network Analysis and Hub Gene Selection for High-Quality Fiber in Upland Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) Using RNA Sequencing Analysis. Genes, 10(2), 119.
  13. Li, P. T., Chen, T. T., Lu, Q. W., Ge, Q., Gong, W. K., Liu, A. Y., ... & Li, S. Q. (2019). Transcriptomic and biochemical analysis of upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) and a chromosome segment substitution line from G. hirsutum× G. barbadense in response to Verticillium dahliae infection. BMC plant biology, 19(1), 19.
  14. Han, L. B., Li, Y. B., Wang, F. X., Wang, W. Y., Liu, J., Wu, J. H., ... & Xia, G. X. (2019). The Cotton Apoplastic Protein CRR1 Stabilizes Chitinase 28 to Facilitate Defense Against the Fungal Pathogen Verticillium dahliae. The Plant Cell, tpc-00390.
  15. Wu, M., Li, L., Liu, G., Li, X., Pei, W., Li, X., ... & Yu, J. (2019). Differentially expressed genes between two groups of backcross inbred lines differing in fiber length developed from Upland× Pima cotton. Molecular biology reports, 1-14.