Pat J. Brown
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Development of high-density genetic maps for barley and wheat using a novel two-enzyme genotyping-by-sequencing approach
JA Poland, PJ Brown, ME Sorrells, JL Jannink
PloS one 7 (2), e32253, 2012
The genetic architecture of maize flowering time
ES Buckler, JB Holland, PJ Bradbury, CB Acharya, PJ Brown, C Browne, ...
Science 325 (5941), 714-718, 2009
Genetic properties of the maize nested association mapping population
MD McMullen, S Kresovich, HS Villeda, P Bradbury, H Li, Q Sun, ...
Science 325 (5941), 737-740, 2009
Genome-wide association study of leaf architecture in the maize nested association mapping population
F Tian, PJ Bradbury, PJ Brown, H Hung, Q Sun, S Flint-Garcia, ...
Nature genetics 43 (2), 159-162, 2011
Association mapping: critical considerations shift from genotyping to experimental design
S Myles, J Peiffer, PJ Brown, ES Ersoz, Z Zhang, DE Costich, ES Buckler
The Plant Cell 21 (8), 2194-2202, 2009
Genetic structure and domestication history of the grape
S Myles, AR Boyko, CL Owens, PJ Brown, F Grassi, MK Aradhya, B Prins, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (9), 3530-3535, 2011
Population genomic and genome-wide association studies of agroclimatic traits in sorghum
GP Morris, P Ramu, SP Deshpande, CT Hash, T Shah, HD Upadhyaya, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (2), 453-458, 2013
Community resources and strategies for association mapping in sorghum
AM Casa, G Pressoir, PJ Brown, SE Mitchell, WL Rooney, MR Tuinstra, ...
Crop science 48 (1), 30-40, 2008
Distinct genetic architectures for male and female inflorescence traits of maize
PJ Brown, N Upadyayula, GS Mahone, F Tian, PJ Bradbury, S Myles, ...
PLoS Genet 7 (11), e1002383, 2011
Alignment of genetic maps and QTLs between inter-and intra-specific sorghum populations
FA Feltus, GE Hart, KF Schertz, AM Casa, S Kresovich, S Abraham, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 112 (7), 1295, 2006
Inheritance of inflorescence architecture in sorghum
PJ Brown, PE Klein, E Bortiri, CB Acharya, WL Rooney, S Kresovich
Theoretical and applied genetics 113 (5), 931-942, 2006
Efficient mapping of plant height quantitative trait loci in a sorghum association population with introgressed dwarfing genes
PJ Brown, WL Rooney, C Franks, S Kresovich
Genetics 180 (1), 629-637, 2008
Fast and cost-effective genetic mapping in apple using next-generation sequencing
KM Gardner, P Brown, TF Cooke, S Cann, F Costa, C Bustamante, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 4 (9), 1681-1687, 2014
Maize SBP-box transcription factors unbranched2 and unbranched3 affect yield traits by regulating the rate of lateral primordia initiation
GS Chuck, PJ Brown, R Meeley, S Hake
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (52), 18775-18780, 2014
High-throughput phenotyping of maize leaf physiological and biochemical traits using hyperspectral reflectance
CR Yendrek, T Tomaz, CM Montes, Y Cao, AM Morse, PJ Brown, ...
Plant physiology 173 (1), 614-626, 2017
Comparing genomic selection and marker-assisted selection for Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
MP Arruda, AE Lipka, PJ Brown, AM Krill, C Thurber, G Brown-Guedira, ...
Molecular Breeding 36 (7), 84, 2016
Retrospective genomic analysis of sorghum adaptation to temperate-zone grain production
CS Thurber, JM Ma, RH Higgins, PJ Brown
Genome biology 14 (6), R68, 2013
Genome‐wide association mapping of Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat using genotyping‐by‐sequencing
MP Arruda, P Brown, G Brown‐Guedira, AM Krill, C Thurber, KR Merrill, ...
The Plant Genome 9 (1), 1-14, 2016
Genomic Selection for Predicting Fusarium Head Blight Resistance in a Wheat Breeding Program
MP Arruda, PJ Brown, AE Lipka, AM Krill, C Thurber, FL Kolb
The Plant Genome 8 (3), 1-12, 2015
Efficiency of multi-trait, indirect, and trait-assisted genomic selection for improvement of biomass sorghum
SB Fernandes, KOG Dias, DF Ferreira, PJ Brown
Theoretical and applied genetics 131 (3), 747-755, 2018
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