2008 Publications

McCouch & CGSNL (Committee on Gene Symbolization, Nomenclature and Linkage, Rice Genetics Cooperative) (2008) Gene Nomenclature System for Rice. Rice J: DOI10.1007/s12284-008-9004-9 (Full PDF)



Phillips R, Magor N, Shires D, Leung H, McCouch S, Macintosh D (2008) Student Opportunity: Short-Term Exposure to International Agriculture. Rice J: DOI 10.1007/s12284-008-9003-x. NOTE: Brief communication



Avraham S, Tung C-W, Ilic K, Jaiswal P, Kellogg EA, McCouch S, Pujar A, Reiser L, Rhee SY, Sachs MM, Schaeffer M, Stein L, Stevens P, Vincent L, Zapata F, Ware D (2008) The Plant Ontology Database: A Community Resource for Plant Structure and Developmental Stages, Controlled Vocabulary and Annotations. Nucleic Acids Research 36: D449-D454



Liang C, Jaiswal P, Hebbard C, Avraham S, Buckler ES, Casstevens T, Hurwitz B, McCouch S, Ni J, Pujar A, Ravenscroft D, Ren L, Spooner W, Tecle I, Thomason J, Tung C-w, Wei X, Yap I, Youens-Clark K, Ware D, Stein L (2008) Gramene: a growing plant comparative genomics resource. Nucleic Acids Research 36: D947-953



Xie X, Jin F, Song M-H, Suh J-P, Hwang H-G, Kim Y-G, McCouch S, Ahn S-N (2008) Fine mapping of a yield-enhancing QTL cluster associated with transgressive variation in an Oryza sativa X O. rufipogon cross. TAG Theoretical and Applied Genetics 116: 613-622



Kovach M and McCouch S (2008) Leveraging natural diversity: back through the bottleneck. Curr Opin Pl Biol 11:193-200



Iyer-Pascuzzi AS, Jiang H, Huang J, McCouch S (2008) Genetic and functional characterization of the rice bacterial blight disease resistance gene xa5. Phytopathology 98:289-295 (Full PDF)



Woo M-O, Ham T-H, Ji H-S, Choi M-S, Jiang W, Chu S-H, Piao R, Chin J-H, Kim J-A, Park BS, Seo HS, Jwa N-S, McCouch S, Koh H-J (2008) Inactivation of the UGPase1 gene causes genic male sterility and endosperm chalkiness in rice (Oryza sativa L.). The Plant Journal 54:190-204



McCouch S R, Xie X, Jin F, Song M-H, Hwang H-G, Kim Y-G, Ahn S-N (2008). Fine mapping of a yield-enhancing QTL cluster associated with transgressive variation in an Oryza sativa x O. rufipogon cross. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 116(5):613-622