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2. A DNA marker assay based on high-resolution melting curve analysis for distinguishing species of the Festuca–Lolium complex

Birrer, Martina, Kölliker, Roland, Manzanares, Chloe, Asp, Torben and Studer, Bruno (2014)

The grass breeding industry is interested in a fast and cheap method of identifying contamination in seeds of Italian and perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L. and L. multiflorum Lam., respectively). This study shows that high-resolution melting curve analysis in combination with...


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3. A draft sequence assembly of the perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) genome

Byrne, Stephen, Armstead, Ian, Swain, Suresh C, Panitz, Frank, Hedegaard, Jakob, Bendixen, Christian, Nagy, Istvan, Farrell, Jacqueline D., Studer, Bruno, Caccamo, Mario and Asp, Torben (2014)

Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) is an outbreeding diploid species and one of the principal forage crops used in temperate agriculture. A sequenced genome will both enhance efforts to understand the genetic control of important traits, and accelerate the application of...


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4. Advanced phenotyping offers opportunities for improved breeding of forage and turf species

Walter, Achim, Studer, Bruno and Kölliker, Roland (2012)

Background and Aims: Advanced phenotyping, i.e. the application of automated, high-throughput methods to characterize plant architecture and performance, has the potential to accelerate breeding progress but is far from being routinely used in current breeding approaches. In forage...


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5. A gene encoding a DUF247 domain protein co-segregates with the S self-incompatibility locus in perennial ryegrass

Manzanares, Chloé, Barth, Susanne, Thorogood, Daniel, Byrne, Stephen L., Yates, Steven, Czaban, Adrian, Asp, Torben, Yang, Bicheng and Studer, Bruno (2016)

The grass family (Poaceae), the fourth largest family of flowering plants, encompasses the most economically important cereal, forage and energy crops, and exhibits a unique gametophytic self-incompatibility (SI) mechanism that is controlled by at least two multi-allelic and...


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8. A transciptome map of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)

Studer, Bruno, Byrne, Stephen, Nielsen, Rasmus O., Panitz, Frank, Bendixen, Christian, Islam, Shofiqul Md., Pfeifer, Matthias, Lübberstedt, Thomas and Asp, Torben (2012)

Background: Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are increasingly becoming the DNA marker system of choice due to their prevalence in the genome and their ability to be used in highly multiplexed genotyping assays. Although needed in high numbers for genome-wide marker profiles...


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9. Breeding for Grass Seed Yield

Boelt, Birte and Studer, Bruno (2010)

Seed yield is a trait of major interest for forage and turf grass species and has received increasing attention since seed multiplication is economically relevant for novel grass cultivars to compete commercially.


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12. Consistent detection of QTLs for crown rust resistance in Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) across environments and phenotyping methods

Studer, Bruno, Boller, Beat, Bauer, Eva, Posselt, Ulrich K., Widmer, Franco and Kölliker, Roland (2007)

Crown rust, caused by Puccinia coronata f. sp. lolii, is one of the most important diseases of temperate forage grasses, such as ryegrasses (Lolium spp.), affecting yield and nutritional quality. Therefore, resistance to crown rust is a major goal in ryegrass breeding programmes....


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17. Development and mapping of DArT markers within the Festuca-Lolium complex

Kopecky, David, Bartoš, Jan, Lukaszewski, Adam J., Baird, James, Černoc, Vladimír, Kölliker, Roland, Rognli, Odd Arne, Blois, Helene, Caig, Vanessa, Lübberstedt, Thomas, Studer, Bruno, Shaw, Paul, Dolezel, Jaroslav and Kilian, Andrzej (2009)

Background: Grasses are among the most important and widely cultivated plants on Earth. They provide high quality fodder for livestock, are used for turf and amenity purposes, and play a fundamental role in environment protection. Among cultivated grasses, species within the...


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18. Development of novel microsatellite markers for the grassland species Lolium multiflorum, L. perenne and Festuca pratensis

Studer, Bruno, Widmer, Franco, Enkerli, Jürg and Kölliker, Roland (2006)

Twelve microsatellite markers were isolated from Lolium multiflorum. Allelic variability and cross-species amplification were assessed on 16 individuals of each of the three grassland species L. multiflorum, Lolium perenne and Festuca pratensis. Cross-species amplification success...


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20. Die Schweizer Pflanzenzüchtung – eine räumliche, zeitliche und thematische Analyse des Umfeldes

Walter, Achim, Grieder, Christoph, Last, Luisa, Keller, Beat, Hund, Andreas and Studer, Bruno (2014)

Das Spektrum nachgefragter Kulturpflanzen sowie deren Leistungsfähigkeit verändern sich mit der Zeit. In der Schweiz spielt der Anbau von Getreide, Spezialkulturen und Futterpflanzen traditionell eine grosse Rolle. Die Leistungsfähigkeit dieser Pflanzen unter den...


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27. Emerging technologies advancing forage and turf grass genomics

Kopecký, David and Studer, Bruno (2014)

Grassland is of major importance for agricultural production and provides valuable ecosystem services. Its impact is likely to rise in changing socio-economic and climatic environments. High yielding forage grass species are major components of sustainable grassland production....


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28. EST-derived SSR markers used as anchor loci for the construction of a consensus linkage map in ryegrass (Lolium spp.)

Studer, Bruno, Kölliker, Roland, Muylle, Hilde, Asp, Torben, Frei, Ursula, Roldan-Ruiz, Isabel, Barre, Philippe, Tomaszewski, Céline, Meally, Helena, Barth, Susanne, Skøt, Leif, Armstead, Ian P., Dolstra, Oene and Lübberstedt, Thomas (2010)

Background: Genetic markers and linkage mapping are basic prerequisites for marker-assisted selection and map-based cloning. In the case of the key grassland species Lolium spp., numerous mapping populations have been developed and characterised for various traits. Although some...


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30. Expressed sequence tag-derived microsatellite markers of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)

Studer, Bruno, Asp, Torben, Frei, Ursula, Hentrup, Stephan, Meally, Helena, Guillard, Aurélie, Barth, Susanne, Muylle, Hilde, Roldan-Ruiz, Isabel, Barre, Philippe, Koning-Boucoiran, Carole, Uenk-Stunnenberg, Gerda, Dolstra, Oene, Skøt, Leif, Skøt, Kirsten P., Turner, Lesley B., Humphreys, Mervyn O., Kölliker, Roland, Roulund, Niels, Nielsen, Klaus K. and Lübberstedt, Thomas (2008)

An expressed sequence tag (EST) library of the key grassland species perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) has been exploited as a resource for microsatellite marker development. Out of 955 simple sequence repeat (SSR) containing ESTs, 744 were used for primer design. Primer...


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33. Fine-mapping of a major QTL controlling angular leaf spot resistance in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Keller, Beat, Manzanares, Chloe, Jara, Carlos, Lobaton, Juan D., Studer, Bruno and Raatz, Bodo (2015)

Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is an important grain legume and an essential protein source for human nutrition in developing countries. Angular leaf spot (ALS) caused by the pathogen Pseudocercospora griseola (Sacc.) Crous and U. Braun is responsible for severe yield losses...


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34. Flow Sorting and Sequencing Meadow Fescue Chromosome 4F

Kopecký, David, et al. and Studer, Bruno (2013)

The analysis of large genomes is hampered by a high proportion of repetitive DNA, which makes the assembly of short sequence reads difficult. This is also the case in meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis), which is known for good abiotic stress resistance and has been used in...


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36. Genetic characterisation of seed yield and fertility traits in perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)

Studer, Bruno, Bach Jensen, Lousie, Hentrup, Stephan, Brazauskas, Gintaras, Kölliker, Roland and Lübberstedt, Thomas (2008)

Seed yield is a trait of major interest for the key grassland species Lolium perenne L. An F2 mapping population of perennial ryegrass (VrnA), recently characterised for vernalisation response, was assessed in a glasshouse for traits related to seed yield based on a lattice design...


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37. Genetic mapping reveals a single major QTL for bacterial wilt resistance in Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.)

Studer, Bruno, Boller, Beat, Herrmann, Doris, Bauer, Eva, Posselt, Ulrich K., Widmer, Franco and Kölliker, Roland (2006)

Bacterial wilt caused by Xanthomonas translucens pv. graminis (Xtg) is a major disease of economically important forage crops such as ryegrasses and fescues. Targeted breeding based on seedling inoculation has resulted in cultivars with considerable levels of resistance. However,...


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38. Genetics and biology of cytoplasmic male sterility and its applications in forage and turf grass breeding

Islam, Shofiqul Md., Studer, Bruno, Møller, Ian M. and Asp, Torben (2014)

Hybrid breeding can exploit heterosis and thus offers opportunities to maximize yield, quality and resistance traits in crop species. Cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) is a widely applied tool for efficient hybrid seed production. Encoded in the mitochondrial genome, CMS is...


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39. Genetic variation, population structure, and linkage disequilibrium in European elite germplasm of perennial ryegrass

Brazauskas, Gintaras, Lenk, Ingo, Studer, Bruno, Lubberstedt, Thomas and Pedersen, Morten Greve (2011)

Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) is a highly valued temperate climate grass species grown as forage crop and for amenity uses. Due to its outbreeding nature and recent domestication, a high degree of genetic diversity is expected among cultivars. The aim of this study was to...


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40. Genome Wide Allele Frequency Fingerprints (GWAFFs) of populations via genotyping by sequencing

Byrne, Stephen, Czaban, Adrian, Studer, Bruno, Panitz, Frank, Bendixen, Christian and Asp, Torben (2013)

Genotyping-by-Sequencing (GBS) is an excellent tool for characterising genetic variation between plant genomes. To date, its use has been reported only for genotyping of single individuals. However, there are many applications where resolving allele frequencies within populations...


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45. Identification of genomic loci associated with crown rust resistance in perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) divergently selected populations

Brazauskas, Gintaras, Xing, Yongzhong, Studer, Bruno, Schejbel, Britt, Frei, Ursula, Berg, Paul Ragnar and Lübberstedt, Thomas (2013)

The inheritance of crown rust resistance in perennial ryegrass is complex with both major and minor quantitative trait loci (QTL) being detected on all seven linkage groups. However, QTL mapping populations have only few segregating alleles, limiting the transferability of results...


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46. Improving persistence in red clover

Herrmann, Doris, Boller, Beat, Studer, Bruno, Widmer, Franco and Kölliker, Roland (2008)

Cultivars of red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) often suffer from low persistence, leading to insufficient legume proportions in pluriannual forage stands. Persistence is a complex trait often negatively correlated with other important traits and its phenotyping is laborious....


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49. Large Variability of Proanthocyanidin Content and Composition in Sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia)

Malisch, Carsten S., Lüscher, Andreas, Baert, Nicolas, Engström, Marica T., Studer, Bruno, Fryganas, Christos, Suter, Daniel, Mueller-Harvey, Irene and Salminen, Juha-Pekka (2015)

Proanthocyanidins (PAs) in sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia Scop.) are of interest to ameliorate the sustainability of livestock production. However, sainfoin forage yield and PA concentrations, as well as their composition, require optimization. Individual plants of 27 sainfoin...


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