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Buchmann, J P; Wicker, T; Keller, B (2013). Transposons in cereals: shaping genomes and driving their evolution. In: Gupta, P K; Varshney, P K. Cereal Genomics II. Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht, 127-154.

Martis, M M; Klemme, S; Banaei-Moghaddam, A M; Blattner, F R; Macas, J; Schmutzer, T; Scholz, Uwe; Gundlach, H; Wicker, T; Simkova, H; Novak, P; Neumann, P; Kubalakova, M; Bauer, E; Haseneyer, G; Fuchs, J; Dolezel, J; Stein, N; Mayer, K F X; Houben, A (2012). Selfish supernumerary chromosome reveals its origin as a mosaic of host genome and organellar sequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109(33):13343-13346.

John, F; Roffler, S; Wicker, T; Ringli, C (2011). Plant TOR signaling components. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 6(11):1700-1705.

Mago, R; Tabe, L; McIntosh, R A; Pretorius, Z; Kota, R; Paux, E; Wicker, T; Breen, J; Lagudah, E S; Ellis, J G; Spielmeyer, W (2011). A multiple resistance locus on chromosome arm 3BS in wheat confers resistance to stem rust (Sr2), leaf rust (Lr27) and powdery mildew. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 123(4):615-623.

Krattinger, S G; Lagudah, E S; Wicker, T; Risk, J M; Ashton, A R; Selter, L L; Matsumoto, T; Keller, B (2011). Lr34 multi-pathogen resistance ABC transporter: molecular analysis of homoeologous and orthologous genes in hexaploid wheat and other grass species. The Plant Journal, 65(3):392-403.

Parlange, F; Oberhaensli, S; Breen, J; Platzer, M; Taudien, S; Šimková, H; Wicker, T; Doležel, J; Keller, B (2011). A major invasion of transposable elements accounts for the large size of the Blumeria graminis f.sp. tritici genome. Functional & Integrative Genomics, 11(4):671-677.

Oberhaensli, S; Parlange, F; Buchmann, J P; Jenny, F H; Abbott, J C; Burgis, T A; Spanu, P D; Keller, B; Wicker, T (2011). Comparative sequence analysis of wheat and barley powdery mildew fungi reveals gene colinearity, dates divergence and indicates host-pathogen co-evolution. Fungal Genetics And Biology, 48(3):327 - 334.

Choulet, F; Wicker, T; Rustenholz, C; Paux, E; Salse, J; Leroy, P; Schlub, S; Paslier, M C L; Magdelenat, G; Gonthier, C; Couloux, A; Budak, H; Breen, J; Pumphrey, M; Liu, S; Kong, X; Jia, J; Gut, M; Brunel, D; Anderson, J A; Gill, B S; Appels, R; Keller, B; Feuillet, C (2010). Megabase level sequencing reveals contrasted organization and evolution patterns of the wheat gene and transposable element spaces. Plant Cell, 22(6):1686-1701.

Breen, J; Wicker, T; Kong, X; Juncheng, Z; Ma, W; Feuillet, C; Paux, E; Appels, R; Bellgard, M (2010). A highly conserved gene island of three genes on chromosome 3B of hexaploid wheat: diverse gene function and genomic structure maintained in a tightly linked block. BMC Plant Biology, 10:98.

Nair, S K; Wang, N; Turuspekov, Y; Pourkheirandish, M; Sinsuwongwat, S; Chen, G; Sameri, M; Tagiri, A; Honda, I; Watanabe, Y; Kanamori, H; Wicker, T; Stein, N; Nagamura, Y; Matsumoto, T; Komatsuda, T (2010). Cleistogamous flowering in barley arises from the suppression of microRNA-guided HvAP2 mRNA cleavage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 107(1):490-495.

Vu, G T H; Wicker, T; Buchmann, J P; Chandler, P M; Matsumoto, T; Graner, A; Stein, N (2010). Fine mapping and syntenic integration of the semi-dwarfing gene sdw3 of barley. Functional & Integrative Genomics, 10(4):509-521.

Spanu, P D; Abbott, J C; Amselem, J; Burgis, T A; Soanes, D M; Stüber, K; Ver Loren van Themaat, E; Brown, J K M; Butcher, S A; Gurr, S J; Lebrun, M H; Ridout, C J; Schulze-Lefert, P; Talbot, N J; Ahmadinejad, N; Ametz, C; Barton, G R; Benjdia, M; Bidzinski, P; Bindschedler, L V; Both, M; Brewer, M T; Cadle-Davidson, L; Cadle-Davidson, M M; Collemare, J; Cramer, R; Frenkel, O; Godfrey, D; Harriman, J; Hoede, C; King, B C; Klages, S; Kleemann, J; Knoll, D; Koti, P S; Kreplak, J; López-Ruiz, F J; Lu, X; Maekawa, T; Mahanil, S; Micali, C; Milgroom, M G; Montana, G; Noir, S; O'Connell, R J; Oberhaensli, S; Parlange, F; Pedersen, C; Quesneville, H; Reinhardt, R; Rott, M; Sacristán, S; Schmidt, S M; Schön, M; Skamnioti, P; Sommer, H; Stephens, A; Takahara, H; Thordal-Christensen, H; Vigouroux, M; Wessling, R; Wicker, T; Panstruga, R (2010). Genome expansion and gene loss in powdery mildew fungi reveal tradeoffs in extreme parasitism. Science, 330(6010):1543-1546.

International Brachypodium Initiative; Vogel, J P; Wicker, T; Buchmann, J P; et al (2010). Genome sequencing and analysis of the model grass Brachypodium distachyon. Nature, 463(7282):763-768.

Wicker, T; Buchmann, J P; Keller, B (2010). Patching gaps in plant genomes results in gene movement and erosion of colinearity. Genome Research, 20(9):1229-1237.

Breen, J; Li, D; Dunn, D S; Békés, F; Xiuying, K; Zhang, J; Jia, J; Wicker, T; Mago, R; Ma, W; Bellgard, M; Appels, R (2010). Wheat beta-expansin (EXPB11) genes: Identification of the expressed gene on chromosome 3BS carrying a pollen allergen domain. BMC Plant Biology, 10:99.

Bhullar, N K; Zhang, Z; Wicker, T; Keller, B (2010). Wheat gene bank accessions as a source of new alleles of the powdery mildew resistance gene Pm3: a large scale allele mining project. BMC Plant Biology, 10:88.

Wicker, T; Krattinger, S G; Lagudah, E; Komatsuda, T; Pourkheirandish, M; Matsumoto, T; Cloutier, S; Reiser, L; Kanamori, H; Sato, K; Perovic, D; Stein, N; Keller, B (2009). Analysis of intraspecies diversity in wheat and barley genomes identifies breakpoints of ancient haplotypes and provides insight into the structure of diploid and hexaploid triticeae gene pools. Plant Physiology, 149(1):258-270.

Paterson, A H; Bowers, J E; Bruggmann, R; Dubchak, I; Grimwood, J; Gundlach, H; Haberer, G; Hellsten, U; Mitros, T; Poliakov, A; Schmutz, J; Spannagl, M; Tang, H; Wang, X; Wicker, T; Bharti, A K; Chapman, J; Feltus, F A; Gowik, Udo; Grigoriev, Igor V; Lyons, Eric; Maher, C A; Martis, M; Narechania, A; Otillar, R P; Penning, B W; Salamov, A A; Wang, Y; Zhang, L; Carpita, N C; Freeling, M; Gingle, A R; Hash, C T; Keller, B; Klein, P; Kresovich, S; McCann, M C; Ming, R; Peterson, D G; Mehboob-ur-Rahman, M; Ware, D; Westhoff, P; Mayer, K F X; Messing, J; Rokhsar, D S (2009). The Sorghum bicolor genome and the diversification of grasses. Nature, 457(7229):551-556.

Wicker, T; Taudien, S; Houben, A; Keller, B; Graner, A; Platzer, M; Stein, N (2009). A whole-genome snapshot of 454 sequences exposes the composition of the barley genome and provides evidence for parallel evolution of genome size in wheat and barley. The Plant Journal, 59(5):712-722.

Hanemann, A; Schweizer, G F; Cossu, R; Wicker, T; Röder, M S (2009). Fine mapping, physical mapping and development of diagnostic markers for the Rrs2 scald resistance gene in barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 119(8):1507-1522.

Wicker, T; Buell, C R (2009). Gene and repetitive sequence annotation in the Triticeae. In: Feuillet, C; Muehlbauer, G J. Genetics and Genomics of the Triticeae. New York, US: Springer, 407-426.

Mayer, K F X; Taudien, S; Martis, M; Simková, H; Suchánková, P; Gundlach, H; Wicker, T; Petzold, A; Felder, M; Steuernagel, B; Scholz, Uwe; Graner, A; Platzer, M; Dolezel, J; Stein, N (2009). Gene content and virtual gene order of barley chromosome 1H. Plant Physiology, 151(2):496-505.

Loutre, C; Wicker, T; Travella, S; Galli, P; Scofield, S; Fahima, T; Feuillet, C; Keller, B (2009). Two different CC-NBS-LRR genes are required for Lr10-mediated leaf rust resistance in tetraploid and hexaploid wheat. The Plant Journal, 60(6):1043-1054.

Wicker, T; Narechania, A; Sabot, F; Stein, J; Vu, G T H; Graner, A; Ware, D; Stein, N (2008). Low-pass shotgun sequencing of the barley genome facilitates rapid identification of genes, conserved non-coding sequences and novel repeats. BMC Genomics, 9:518.

Wicker, T; Schlagenhauf, E; Graner, A; Close, T J; Keller, B; Stein, N (2006). 454 sequencing put to the test using the complex genome of barley. BMC Genomics, 7:275.

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