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  • Adetimirin VO, Vroh-Bi I, The C, Menkir A, Mitchell SE, Kresovich S. 2008.

Diversity analyses of elite maize inbred lines adapted to West and Central Africa using SSR markers.

Maydica 53: 143-149. 

  • Canaran P, Buckler ES, Glaubitz JC, Stein L, Sun Q, Zhao W, Ware D. 2008.

Panzea: an update on new content and features.

Nucleic Acids Res 36: D1041-D1043. 

  • Ersoz ES, Yu J, Buckler ES. 2008.

Applications of linkage disequilibrium and association mapping in crop plants.

pp. 97-120 in Genomics-Assisted Crop Improvement. Vol 1: Genomics Approaches and Platforms, edited by R.K. Varshney and R. Tuberosa. Springer, New York, NY.

  • Gaut BS, Ross-Ibarra J. 2008.

Perspective - Selection on major components of angiosperm genomes.

Science 320: 484-486.  

  • Harjes CE, Rocheford TR, Bai L, Brutnell TP, Kandianis CB, Sowinski SG, Stapleton AE, Vallabhaneni R, Williams M, Wurtzel ET, Yan JB, Buckler ES. 2008.

Natural genetic variation in lycopene epsilon cyclase tapped for maize biofortification.

Science 319: 330-333. 

  • Nelson PT, Coles ND, Holland JB, Bubeck DM, Smith S, Goodman MM. 2008.

Molecular characterization of maize inbreds with expired US plant variety protection.

Crop Sci 48: 1673-1685. 

  • Pennisi E. 2008.

Profile: Edward Buckler - Romping through maize diversity.

Science 322: 40-41. 

  • Ross-Ibarra J, Gaut BS. 2008.

Multiple domestications do not appear monophyletic.

PNAS 105: E105.

  • Sanchez-Villeda H, Schroeder S, Flint-Garcia S, Guill KE, Yamasaki M, McMullen MD. 2008.

DNAAlignEditor: DNA alignment editor tool. 

BMC Bioinformatics 9: 154.

  • Stich B, Mohring J, Piepho HP, Heckenberger M, Buckler ES, Melchinger AE. 2008.

Comparison of mixed-model approaches for association mapping.

Genetics 178: 1745-1754.

  • Thuillet AC, Tenaillon MI, Anderson LK, Mitchell SE, Kresovich S, Stack SM, Gaut B, Doebley J. 2008.

A weak effect of background selection on trinucleotide microsatellites in maize.

J Hered 99: 45-55.  

  • Vigouroux Y, Glaubitz JC, Matsuoka Y, Goodman MM, Sanchez-Gonzalez J, Doebley J. 2008.

Population structure and genetic diversity of new world maize races assessed by DNA microsatellites.

Am J Bot 95: 1240-1253. 

  • Weber AL, Briggs WH, Rucker J, Baltazar BM, Sanchez-Gonzalez JD, Feng P, Buckler ES, Doebley J. 2008.  

The genetic architecture of complex traits in teosinte (Zea mays ssp parviglumis): new evidence from association mapping.

Genetics 180: 1221-1232. 

  • Yu JM, Holland JB, McMullen MD, Buckler ES. 2008.
Genetic design and statistical power of nested association mapping in maize. 

Genetics 178: 539-551.  

  • Zhao Q, Thuillet AC, Uhlmann NK, Weber A, Rafalski JA, Allen SM, Tingey S, Doebley J. 2008.

The role of regulatory genes during maize domestication: Evidence from nucleotide polymorphism and gene expression.

Genetics 178: 2133-2143. 

  • Zhu C, Gore M, Buckler ES, Yu J. 2008.

Status and prospects of association mapping in plants.

Plant Genome 1: 5-20. 

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  • Bradbury PJ, Zhang Z, Kroon DE, Casstevens TM, Ramdoss Y, Buckler ES, 2007.

TASSEL: software for association mapping of complex traits in diverse samples.

Bioinformatics 23: 2633-2635. 

  • Briggs WH, McMullen MD, Gaut BS, Doebley J, 2007.

Linkage mapping of domestication loci in a large maize-teosinte backcross resource.

Genetics 177: 1915-1928. 

  • Esch E, Szymaniak JM, Yates H, Pawlowski WP, Buckler ES, 2007.

Using crossover breakpoints in recombinant inbred lines to identify quantitative trait loci controlling the global recombination frequency.

Genetics 177: 1851-1858. 

  • Gaut BS, Wright SI, Rizzon C, Dvorak J, Anderson LK, 2007. 

Opinion - Recombination: an underappreciated factor in the evolution of plant genomes.

Nat Rev Genet 8: 77-84. 

  • Gore M, Bradbury P, Hogers R, Kirst M, Verstege E, van Oeveren J, Peleman J, Buckler E, van Eijk M, 2007.

Evaluation of target preparation methods for single-feature polymorphism detection in large complex plant genomes. 

Plant Genome 47: S135-S148. 

  • Hamblin MT, Warburton ML, Buckler ES, 2007. 

Empirical comparison of simple sequence repeats and single nucleotide polymorphisms in assessment of maize diversity and relatedness. 

PLoS ONE 2: e1367.

  • Holland JB, 2007. 

Genetic architecture of complex traits in plants.

Curr Opin Plant Biol 10: 156-161. 

  • Hufford KM, Canaran P, Ware DH, McMullen MD, Gaut BS, 2007. 

Patterns of selection and tissue-specific expression among maize domestication and crop improvement loci. 

Plant Physiol 144: 1642-1653. 

  • Ross-Ibarra J, Morrell PL, Gaut BS, 2007. 

Plant domestication, a unique opportunity to identify the genetic basis of adaptation. 

PNAS 104: 8641-8648. 

  • Stich B, Yu JM, Melchinger AE, Piepho HP, Utz HF, Maurer HP, Buckler ES, 2007.  

Power to detect higher-order epistatic interactions in a metabolic pathway using a new mapping strategy.

Genetics 176: 563-570. 

  • Weber A, Clark RM, Vaughn L, Sanchez-Gonzalez JJ, Yu JM, Yandell BS, Bradbury P, Doebley J, 2007. 

Major regulatory genes in maize contribute to standing variation in teosinte (Zea mays ssp parviglumis). 

Genetics 177: 2349-2359.

  • Yamasaki M, Wright SI, Mcmullen MD, 2007.

Genomic screening for artificial selection during domestication and improvement in maize.

Ann Bot 100: 967-973.

  • Zhang Z, Todhunter RJ, Buckler ES, Van Vleck LD, 2007. 

Technical note: Use of marker-based relationships with multiple-trait derivative-free restricted maximal likelihood.

J Anim Sci 85: 881-885.

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  • Anderson LK, Lai A, Stack SM, Rizzon C, Gaut BS, 2006.

Uneven distribution of expressed sequence tag loci on maize pachytene chromosomes.

Genome Res 16: 115-122. 

  • Buckler ES, Stevens NM, 2006, 

Maize domestication. In Darwin's Harvest: New Approaces to the Origins, Evolution, and Conservation of Crops

edited by T. Motley, N. Zerega and H. Cross. Columbia University Press, New York, NY.

  • Buckler ES, Gaut BS, McMullen MD, 2006.

Molecular and functional diversity of maize.

Curr Opin Plant Biol 9: 172-176. 

  • Buckler ES, Goodman MM, Holtsford TP, Doebley JF, Sanchez J, 2006. 

Phylogeography of the wild subspecies of Zea mays.

Maydica 51: 123-134. 

  • Canaran P, Stein L, Ware D, 2006. 

Look-Align: an interactive web-based multiple sequence alignment viewer with polymorphism analysis support.

Bioinformatics 22: 885-886. 

  • Doebley J, 2006. 

Unfallen grains: How ancient farmers turned weeds into crops. 

Science 312: 1318-1319.

  • Doebley JF, Gaut BS, Smith BD, 2006.  

The molecular genetics of crop domestication.

Cell 127: 1309-1321.

  • Holland JB, 2006.

Estimating genotypic correlations and their standard errors using multivariate restricted maximum likelihood estimation with SAS Proc MIXED. 

Crop Sci 46: 642-654.

  • Kirst M, Caldo R, Casati P, Tanimoto G, Walbot V, Wise RP, Buckler ES, 2006.

Genetic diversity contribution to errors in short oligonucleotide microarray analysis. 

Plant Biotechnol J 4: 489-498. 

  • Morton BR, Bi IV, McMullen MD, Gaut BS, 2006.

Variation in mutation dynamics across the maize genome as a function of regional and flanking base composition. 

Genetics 172: 569-577.

  • Robertson LA, Kleinschmidt CE, White DG, Payne GA, Maragos CM, Holland JB, 2006.  

Heritabilities and correlations of fusarium ear rot resistance and fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations.

Crop Sci 46: 353-361.

  • Robertson-Hoyt LA, Jines MP, Balint-Kurti PJ, Kleinschmidt CE, White DG, Payne GA, Maragos CM, Molnar TL, Holland JB, 2006. 

QTL mapping for fusarium ear rot and fumonisin contamination resistance in two maize populations. 

Crop Sci 46: 1734-1743. 

  • Tracy WF, Whitt SR, Buckler ES, 2006. 

Recurrent mutation and genome evolution: Example of Sugary 1 and the origin of sweet maize. 

Crop Sci 46: S49-S54. 

  • Yu JM, Buckler ES, 2006.

Genetic association mapping and genome organization of maize.

Curr Opin Biotech 17: 155-160.

  • Yu JM, Pressoir G, Briggs WH, Bi IV, Yamasaki M, Doebley JF, McMullen MD, Gaut BS, Nielsen DM, Holland JB, Kresovich S, Buckler ES, 2006.

A unified mixed-model method for association mapping that accounts for multiple levels of relatedness. 

Nature Genet 38: 203-208. 

  • Zhao W, Canaran P, Jurkuta R, Fulton T, Glaubitz J, Buckler E, Doebley J, Gaut B, Goodman M, Holland J, Kresovich S, McMullen M, Stein L, Ware D, 2006. 
Panzea: a database and resource for molecular and functional diversity in the maize genome.

Nucleic Acids Res 34: D752-D757.   

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  • Clark RM, Tavare S, Doebley J, 2005.

Estimating a nucleotide substitution rate for maize from polymorphism at a major domestication locus.

Mol Biol Evol 22: 2304-2312.

  • Flint-Garcia SA, Thuillet AC, Yu JM, Pressoir G, Romero SM, Mitchell SE, Doebley J, Kresovich S, Goodman MM, Buckler ES, 2005.  

Maize association population: a high-resolution platform for quantitative trait locus dissection.

Plant J 44: 1054-1064. 

  • Fukunaga K, Hill J, Vigouroux Y, Matsuoka Y, Sanchez J, Liu KJ, Buckler ES, Doebley J, 2005.  

Genetic diversity and population structure of teosinte.

Genetics 169: 2241-2254. 

  • Liu K, Muse SV, 2005.

PowerMarker: an integrated analysis environment for genetic marker analysis. 

Bioinformatics 21: 2128-2129. 

  • Lockton S, Gaut BS, 2005.  

Plant conserved non-coding sequences and paralogue evolution.

Trends Genet 21: 60-65.

  • Matsuoka Y, 2005. 

Origin matters: Lessons from the search for the wild ancestor of maize. 

Breeding Sci 55: 383-390.

  • Szalma SJ, Buckler ES, Snook ME, McMullen MD, 2005. 

Association analysis of candidate genes for maysin and chlorogenic acid accumulation in maize silks.

Theor Appl Genet 110: 1324-1333.

  • Vigouroux Y, Mitchell S, Matsuoka Y, Hamblin M, Kresovich S, Smith JSC, Jaqueth J, Smith OS, Doebley J, 2005. 

An analysis of genetic diversity across the maize genome using microsatellites.

Genetics 169: 1617-1630.

  • Vollbrecht E, Springer PS, Goh L, Buckler ES, Martienssen R, 2005.

Architecture of floral branch systems in maize and related grasses. 

Nature 436: 1119-1126. 

  • Wright SI, Gaut BS, 2005.

Molecular population genetics and the search for adaptive evolution in plants.

Mol Biol Evol 22: 506-519.

  • Wright SI, Bi IV, Schroeder SG, Yamasaki M, Doebley JF, McMullen MD, Gaut BS, 2005.

The effects of artificial selection of the maize genome.

Science 308: 1310-1314.

  • Yamasaki M, Tenaillon MI, Bi IV, Schroeder SG, Sanchez-Villeda H, Doebley JF, Gaut BS, McMullen MD, 2005.  
A large-scale screen for artificial selection in maize identifies candidate agronomic loci for domestication and crop improvement.

Plant Cell 17: 2859-2872. 

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  • Clark RM, Linton E, Messing J, Doebley JF, 2004.

Pattern of diversity in the genomic region near the maize domestication gene tb1.

PNAS 101: 700-707.

  • Doebley JF, 2004.  

The genetics of maize evolution.

Ann Rev Genet 38: 37-59. 

  • Gallavotti A, Zhao Q, Kyozuka J, Meeley RB, Ritter MK, Doebley JF, Pe ME, Schmidt RJ, 2004. 

The role of barren stalk1 in the architecture of maize.

Nature 432: 630-635.

  • Goodman MM, 2004. 

Developing temperate inbreds using tropical maize germplasm: Rationale, results, conclusions. 

Maydica 49: 209-220.

  • Goodman MM, 2004. 

Plant breeding requirements for applied molecular biology. 

Crop Sci 44: 1913-1914. 

  • Tarter JA, Goodman MM, Holland JB, 2004.  

Recovery of exotic alleles in semiexotic maize inbreds derived from crosses between Latin American accessions and a temperate line.

Theor Appl Genet 109: 609-617.

  • Tenaillon MI, U'Ren J, Tenaillon O, Gaut BS, 2004.  

Selection versus demography: A multilocus investigation of the domestication process in maize.

Mol Biol Evol 21: 1214-1225.

  • Tiffin P, Hacker R, Gaut BS, 2004.

Population genetic evidence for rapid changes in intra-specific diversity and allelic cycling of defense genes in Zea. 

Genetics 168: 425-434.

  • Wilson LM, Whitt SR, Ibanez-Carranza AM, Rocheford TR, Goodman MM, Buckler ES, 2004. 

Dissection of maize kernel composition and starch production by candidate gene association.

Plant Cell 16: 2719-2733.

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  • Du C, Buckler E, Muse S, 2003. 

Development of a maize molecular evolutionary genomic database. 

Comparative and Functional Genomics 4: 246-249. 
  • Flint-Garcia SA, Thornsberry JM, Buckler ES, 2003. 

Structure of linkage disequilibrium in plants.

Annual Review of Plant Biology 54: 357-74. 

  • Garcia A, Buckler ES, 2003. 

MaizeMeister: Integrated phenotypic and germplasm tracking software. 

  • Jaenicke-Deprés V, Buckler ES, Smith BD, Gilbert MTP, Cooper A, Doebley J, Pääbo S, 2003. 

Early allelic selection in maize as revealed by ancient DNA. 

Science 302: 1206-1208.

  • Labate JA, Lamkey KR, Mitchell SE, Kresovich S, Sullivan H, Smith JSC, 2003.  

Molecular, agronomic, and historical aspects of Corn Belt Dent varietal diversity.

Crop Sci 43: 80-91.

  • Liu K, Goodman MM, Muse S, Smith JSC, Buckler ES, Doebley J, 2003. 

Genetic structure and diversity among maize inbred lines as inferred from DNA microsatellites.

Genetics 165: 2117-2128.

  • Vigouroux Y, Matsuoka Y, Doebley J, 2003.  

Directional evolution for microsatellite size in maize.

Mol Biol Evol 20: 1480-3.

  • Whitt SR, Buckler ES, 2003. 

Using natural allelic diversity to evaluate gene function,

pp. 123-140 in Plant Functional Genomics: Methods and Protocols, edited by E. Grotewald. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 236. Humana Press, Totowa, N.J.

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2002 and Earlier
  • Buckler ES, Thornsberry J, 2002. 

Plant molecular diversity and applications to genomics. 

Curr Opin Plant Biol 5: 107-111. 

  • Casa AM, Mitchell SE, Smith OS, Register JC, Wessler SR, Kresovich S, 2002. 

Evaluation of Hbr (MITE) markers for assessment of genetic relationships among maize (Zea mays L.) inbred lines.

Theor Appl Genet 104: 104-110.

  • Gaut BS, 2002.  

Evolutionary dynamics of grass genomes.

New Phytol 154: 15-28. 

  • Gethi JG, Labate JA, Kresovich S, Smith ME, Lamkey KR, 2002.

SSR variation in important U.S. maize inbred lines.

Crop Sci 42: 951-957.

  • Matsuoka Y, Mitchell SE, Kresovich S, Goodman M, Doebley J, 2002.  

Microsatellites in Zea - variability, patterns of mutations, and use for evolutionary studies.

Theor Appl Genet 104: 436-450.

  • Matsuoka Y, Vigouroux Y, Goodman MM, Sanchez G. J, Buckler E, Doebley J, 2002.

A single domestication for maize shown by multilocus microsatellite genotyping.

PNAS 99: 6080-6084.

  • Tenaillon MI, Sawkins MC, Anderson LK, Doebley JF, Stack SM, Gaut BS, 2002.

Patterns of diversity and recombination along chromosome 1 of maize (Zea mays ssp. mays L.).

Genetics 162: 1401-1413.

  • Tiffin P, Gaut BS, 2002. 

Molecular evolution of the wound induced serine protease inhibitor wip1 in Zea and related genera.

Mol Biol Evol 18: 2092-2101. 

  • Vigouroux Y, Jaqueth JS, Matsuoka Y, Smith OS, Beavis WD, Smith JSC, Doebley J, 2002.  

Rate and pattern of mutation at microsatellite loci in maize.

Mol Biol Evol 19: 1251-1260.

  • Vigouroux Y, McMullen M, Hittinger CT, Houchins K, Schulz L, Kresovich S, Matsuoka Y, Doebley J, 2002. 

Identifying genes of agronomic importance in maize by screening microsatellites for evidence of selection during domestication.

PNAS 99: 9650-9655.

  • Whitt SR, Wilson LM, Tenaillon MI, Gaut BS, Buckler ES, 2002.  
Genetic diversity and selection in the maize starch pathway.

PNAS 99: 12959-12962. 

  • Zhang L, Peek AS, Dunams D, Gaut BS, 2002. 

Population genetics of duplicated disease-defense genes, hm1 and hm2, in maize (Z. mays ssp. mays L.) and its wild ancestor (Z. mays ssp. parviglumis).

Genetics 162: 851-860.

  • Buckler ES, 2001. 

TASSEL: Trait Association, Evolution, and Linkage Analysis software package.

  • Buckler ES, Thornsberry JM, Kresovich S, 2001.  

Molecular diversity, structure and domestication of grasses.

Genet Res 77: 213-218. 

  • Doebley J, 2001.

George Beadle's other hypothesis: one-gene, one-trait.

Genetics 158: 487-493.

  • Gaut BS, 2001. 

Patterns of chromosomal duplication in maize and their implications for comparative maps of the grasses. 

Genome Res 11: 55-66.

  • Goodman MM, Carson ML, 2001. 

Reality vs. myth: Corn breeding, exotics, and genetic engineering. 

Annual Corn Sorghum Research Conference Proceedings 55: 149-172.

  • Remington DL, Thornsberry JM, Matsuoka Y, Wilson LM, Whitt SR, Doebley J, Kresovich S, Goodman MM, Buckler ES, 2001. 

Structure of linkage disequilibrium and phenotypic associations in the maize genome.

PNAS 98: 11479-11484. 

  • Tallury SP, Goodman MM, 2001.

The state of the use of maize genetic diversity in the USA and sub-Saharan Africa.

pp. 159-180 in Broadening the Genetic Base of Crop Production, edited by H.D. Cooper, C. Spillane and T. Hodgkin. CAB Publishing, Wallingford, UK.

  • Tenaillon M, Sawkins M, Long A, Gaut R, Doebley J, Gaut B, 2001.

Patterns of DNA sequence polymorphism along chromosome 1 of maize (Zea mays ssp. mays).

PNAS 98: 9161-9166. 

  • Thornsberry J, Goodman M, Doebley J, Kresovich S, Nielsen D, Buckler E, 2001. 

Dwarf8 polymorphisms associate with variation in flowering time. 

Nature Genet 28: 286-289. 

  • Tiffin P, Gaut BS, 2001. 

Sequence diversity in the tetraploid Zea perennis and the closely related diploid Z. diploperennis: Insights from four nuclear loci.

Genetics 158: 401-412.

  • Gaut BS, Le Thierry d'Ennequin M, Peek AS, Sawkins MC, 2000.  

Maize as a model for the evolution of plant nuclear genomes.

PNAS 97: 7008-7015. 

  • Sanchez G. JJ, Goodman MM, Stuber CW, 2000. 

Isozymatic diversity in the races of maize of the Americas. 

Maydica 45: 185-203. 

  • White S, Doebley J, 1999. 

The molecular evolution of terminal ear1, a regulatory gene in the genus Zea. 

Genetics 153: 1455-1462. 

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