Bao Liu
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Single-base resolution methylomes of tomato fruit development reveal epigenome modifications associated with ripening
S Zhong, Z Fei, YR Chen, Y Zheng, M Huang, J Vrebalov, R McQuinn, ...
Nature biotechnology 31 (2), 154-159, 2013
Rapid elimination of low-copy DNA sequences in polyploid wheat: a possible mechanism for differentiation of homoeologous chromosomes
M Feldman, B Liu, G Segal, S Abbo, AA Levy, JM Vega
Genetics 147 (3), 1381-1387, 1997
High-throughput illumina strand-specific RNA sequencing library preparation
S Zhong, JG Joung, Y Zheng, Y Chen, B Liu, Y Shao, JZ Xiang, Z Fei, ...
Cold spring harbor protocols 2011 (8), pdb. prot5652, 2011
Polyploid formation in cotton is not accompanied by rapid genomic changes
B Liu, CL Brubaker, G Mergeai, RC Cronn, JF Wendel
Genome 44 (3), 321-330, 2001
Rapid genomic changes in newly synthesized amphiploids of Triticum and Aegilops. I. Changes in low-copy noncoding DNA sequences
B Liu, JM Vega, G Segal, S Abbo, M Rodova, M Feldman
Genome 41 (2), 272-277, 1998
Epigenetic phenomena and the evolution of plant allopolyploids
B Liu, JF Wendel
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 29 (3), 365-379, 2003
Rate Variation Among Nuclear Genes and the Age of Polyploidy in Gossypium
DS Senchina, I Alvarez, RC Cronn, B Liu, J Rong, RD Noyes, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 20 (4), 633-643, 2003
DNA cytosine methylation in plant development
M Zhang, JN Kimatu, K Xu, B Liu
Journal of Genetics and Genomics 37 (1), 1-12, 2010
Transgenerational Inheritance of Modified DNA Methylation Patterns and Enhanced Tolerance Induced by Heavy Metal Stress in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)
X Ou, Y Zhang, C Xu, X Lin, Q Zang, T Zhuang, L Jiang, D Von Wettstein, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e41143, 2012
Heritable alteration in DNA methylation induced by nitrogen-deficiency stress accompanies enhanced tolerance by progenies to the stress in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
HP Kou, Y Li, XX Song, XF Ou, SC Xing, J Ma, D Von Wettstein, B Liu
Journal of plant physiology 168 (14), 1685-1693, 2011
Effects of salt stress on ion balance and nitrogen metabolism of old and young leaves in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
H Wang, M Zhang, R Guo, D Shi, B Liu, X Lin, C Yang
BMC plant biology 12, 1-11, 2012
Retrotransposon activation followed by rapid repression in introgressed rice plants
B Liu, JF Wendel
Genome 43 (5), 874-880, 2000
Non-Mendelian phenomena in allopolyploid genome evolution
B Liu, JF Wendel
Current Genomics 3 (6), 489-505, 2002
Genomic constitution and variation in five partial amphiploids of wheat–Thinopyrum intermedium as revealed by GISH, multicolor GISH and seed storage protein …
F Han, B Liu, G Fedak, Z Liu
Theoretical and applied genetics 109, 1070-1076, 2004
Persistent whole-chromosome aneuploidy is generally associated with nascent allohexaploid wheat
H Zhang, Y Bian, X Gou, B Zhu, C Xu, B Qi, N Li, S Rustgi, H Zhou, F Han, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (9), 3447-3452, 2013
Evolution of physiological responses to salt stress in hexaploid wheat
C Yang, L Zhao, H Zhang, Z Yang, H Wang, S Wen, C Zhang, S Rustgi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (32), 11882-11887, 2014
Mobilization of the Active MITE Transposons mPing and Pong in Rice by Introgression from Wild Rice (Zizania latifolia Griseb.)
X Shan, Z Liu, Z Dong, Y Wang, Y Chen, X Lin, L Long, F Han, Y Dong, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 22 (4), 976-990, 2005
Mutation of a major CG methylase in rice causes genome-wide hypomethylation, dysregulated genome expression, and seedling lethality
L Hu, N Li, C Xu, S Zhong, X Lin, J Yang, T Zhou, A Yuliang, Y Wu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (29), 10642-10647, 2014
Infraspecific DNA Methylation Polymorphism in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)
AL Keyte, R Percifield, B Liu, JF Wendel
Journal of Heredity 97 (5), 444-450, 2006
Intersimple sequence repeat (ISSR) polymorphisms as a genetic marker system in cotton
B Liu, JF Wendel
Molecular Ecology Notes 1 (3), 205-208, 2001
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