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The Costs of Maize Domestication: Deleterious Alleles and Beyond

发布时间:2017-11-24 17:30:39     来源:玉米中心

题目The Costs of Maize Domestication: Deleterious Alleles and Beyond

报告人Dr. Yang, Jinliang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

时间2017年11月29日[ 星期三 ]10:00



Dr. Yang, Jinliang

Educational and Professional Experience

       B.S., China Agricultural University, 2001.9-2005.8

       M.S., China Agricultural University, 2005.9-2008.8

       PH.D., Iowa State University, 2008.9-2014.9

       PostDoc, University of California, Davis, 2014.10-2016.12

       PostDoc, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2017.1-2017.6

       Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2017.6-Now

Selected Publications

      1. Yang J, Jiang H, Yeh C T, et al. Extremephenotype genomewide association study (XPGWAS): a method for identifying traitassociated variants by sequencing pools of individuals selected from a diversity panel[J]. The Plant Journal, 2015, 84(3): 587-596.

     2. Yang J, Mezmouk S, Baumgarten A, et al. Incomplete dominance of deleterious alleles contributes substantially to trait variation and heterosis in maize[J]. PLoS Genetics, 2017, 13(9): e1007019.

       3. Sosso, D., Luo, D., Li, Q. B., Sasse, J., Yang, J., Gendrot, G., ... & Rogowsky, P. M. (2015). Seed filling in domesticated maize and rice depends on SWEET-mediated hexose transport. Nature genetics, 47(12), 1489-1493.

      4. Dong, Z., Li, W., Unger-Wallace, E., Yang, J., Vollbrecht, E., & Chuck, G. (2017). Ideal crop plant architecture is mediated by tassels replace upper ears1, a BTB/POZ ankyrin repeat gene directly targeted by TEOSINTE BRANCHED1. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(41), E8656-E8664.

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