Roberto Tuberosa
Roberto Tuberosa
Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Bologna
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Characterization of polyploid wheat genomic diversity using a high‐density 90 000 single nucleotide polymorphism array
S Wang, D Wong, K Forrest, A Allen, S Chao, BE Huang, M Maccaferri, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 12 (6), 787-796, 2014
Monitoring large-scale changes in transcript abundance in drought-and salt-stressed barley
ZN Ozturk, V Talamé, M Deyholos, CB Michalowski, DW Galbraith, ...
Plant molecular biology 48 (5-6), 551-573, 2002
Root system architecture: opportunities and constraints for genetic improvement of crops
S de Dorlodot, B Forster, L Pagès, A Price, R Tuberosa, X Draye
Trends in plant science 12 (10), 474-481, 2007
To clone or not to clone plant QTLs: present and future challenges
S Salvi, R Tuberosa
Trends in plant science 10 (6), 297-304, 2005
Genomics-based approaches to improve drought tolerance of crops
R Tuberosa, S Salvi
Trends in plant science 11 (8), 405-412, 2006
Quantitative trait loci and crop performance under abiotic stress: where do we stand?
NC Collins, F Tardieu, R Tuberosa
Plant physiology 147 (2), 469-486, 2008
A high-density genetic map of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) from the cross Chinese Spring× SQ1 and its use to compare QTLs for grain yield across a range of environments
SA Quarrie, A Steed, C Calestani, A Semikhodskii, C Lebreton, C Chinoy, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 110 (5), 865-880, 2005
Conserved noncoding genomic sequences associated with a flowering-time quantitative trait locus in maize
S Salvi, G Sponza, M Morgante, D Tomes, X Niu, KA Fengler, R Meeley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (27), 11376-11381, 2007
Mapping QTLs regulating morpho‐physiological traits and yield: Case studies, shortcomings and perspectives in drought‐stressed maize
R Tuberosa, S Salvi, MC SANGUINETI, P Landi, M Maccaferri, S Conti
Annals of Botany 89 (7), 941-963, 2002
Phenotyping for drought tolerance of crops in the genomics era
R Tuberosa
Frontiers in physiology 3, 347, 2012
Translational research impacting on crop productivity in drought-prone environments
M Reynolds, R Tuberosa
Current opinion in plant biology 11 (2), 171-179, 2008
Identification of QTLs for root characteristics in maize grown in hydroponics and analysis of their overlap with QTLs for grain yield in the field at two water regimes
R Tuberosa, MC Sanguineti, P Landi, MM Giuliani, S Salvi, S Conti
Plant molecular biology 48 (5-6), 697-712, 2002
Wild emmer genome architecture and diversity elucidate wheat evolution and domestication
R Avni, M Nave, O Barad, K Baruch, SO Twardziok, H Gundlach, I Hale, ...
Science 357 (6346), 93-97, 2017
Quantitative trait loci for grain yield and adaptation of durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) across a wide range of water availability
M Maccaferri, MC Sanguineti, S Corneti, JLA Ortega, MB Salem, J Bort, ...
Genetics 178 (1), 489-511, 2008
Dissection and modelling of abiotic stress tolerance in plants
F Tardieu, R Tuberosa
Current opinion in plant biology 13 (2), 206-212, 2010
Population structure and long-range linkage disequilibrium in a durum wheat elite collection
M Maccaferri, MC Sanguineti, E Noli, R Tuberosa
Molecular Breeding 15 (3), 271-290, 2005
Barley transcript profiles under dehydration shock and drought stress treatments: a comparative analysis
V Talamè, NZ Ozturk, HJ Bohnert, R Tuberosa
Journal of experimental botany 58 (2), 229-240, 2007
Genetic and genomic dissection of maize root development and architecture
F Hochholdinger, R Tuberosa
Current opinion in plant biology 12 (2), 172-177, 2009
Association mapping in durum wheat grown across a broad range of water regimes
M Maccaferri, MC Sanguineti, A Demontis, A El-Ahmed, ...
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 409-438, 2011
Can genomics boost productivity of orphan crops?
RK Varshney, JM Ribaut, ES Buckler, R Tuberosa, JA Rafalski, ...
Nature biotechnology 30 (12), 1172-1176, 2012
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