Publications - Research Group Plant Architecture

2019

WOLDE, G.M. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2019) Inferring vascular architecture of the wheat spikelet based on resource allocation in the branched headt (bht-A1) near-isogenic lines. [link]Functional Plant Biol  [link]ACCEPTED

 

WOLDE, G.M., C. TRAUTEWIG, M. MASCHER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2019) Genetic insights into morphometric inflorescence traits of wheat. [link]Theor Appl Genet 132: 1661-1676

 

SAKUMA, S., G. GOLAN, Z. GUO, T. OGAWA, A. TAGIRI, K. SUGIMOTO, N. BERNHARDT, J. BRASSAC, M. MASCHER, G. HENSEL, S. OHNISHI, H. JINNO, Y. YAMASHITA, I. AYALON, Z. PELEG, T. SCHNURBUSCH and T. KOMATSUDA (2019) Unleashing floret fertility in wheat through the mutation of a homeobox gene. [link]Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 116: 5182-5187

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T. (2019) Wheat and Barley Biology: towards new frontiers. [link]J Integr Plant Biol 61: 198-203

 

KOPPOLU, R. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2019) Developmental pathways for shaping spike inflorescence architecture in barley and wheat. [link]J Integr Plant Biol 61: 278-295

 

WOLDE, G.M., M. MASCHER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2019) Genetic modification of spikelet arrangement in wheat increases grain number without significantly affecting grain weight. [link]Mol Genet Genomics 294: 457-468

 

 

 

2018

McKIM, S.M., R. KOPPOLU and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2018) Barley inflorescence architecture. In: Stein, N. and G.J. Muehlbauer (Eds.): The Barley Genome (Series: Compendium of Plant Genomes, Vol. XVIII), Berlin Heidelberg: Springer Nature, ISBN 978-3-319-92528-8  [link]p. 171-208

 

GUO, Z., Y. ZHAO, M.S. RÖDER, J.C. REIF, M.W. GANAL, D. CHEN and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2018) Manipulation and prediction of spike morphology traits for the improvement of grain yield in wheat. [link]Sci Rep 8: 14435

 

GUO, Z., D. CHEN, M.S. RÖDER, M.W. GANAL and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2018) Genetic dissection of pre-anthesis sub-phase durations during the reproductive spike development of wheat. [link]Plant J  95: 909-918

 

GUO, Z., G. LIU, M.S. RÖDER, J.C. REIF, M.W. GANAL and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2018) Genome-wide association analyses of plant growth traits during the stem elongation phase in wheat. [link]Plant Biotech J 16: 2024-2052

 

GUO, Z., D. CHEN and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2018) Plant and floret growth at distinct developmental stages during the stem elongation phase in wheat. [link]Front Plant Sci 9: 330

 

POURKHEIRANDISH, M., H. KANAMORI, J. WU, S. SAKUMA, F. BLATTNER and T. KOMATSUDA (2018) Elucidation of the origin of “agriocrithon” based on domestication genes questions the hypothesis that Tibet is one of the center of barley domestication. [link]Plant J  94: 525-534

 

ALQUDAH, A.M., H.M. YOUSSEF, A. GRANER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2018) Natural variation and genetic make-up of leaf blade area in spring barley. [link]Theor Appl Genet 131: 873–886

 

 

 

2017

SAKUMA, S., U. LUNDQVIST, Y. KAKEI, T. VENKATASUBBU, T. SUZUKI, K. HORI, J. WU, A. TAGIRI, T. RUTTEN, R. KOPPOLU, Y. SHIMADA, K. HOUSTON, W.T.B. THOMAS, R. WAUGH, T. SCHNURBUSCH and T. KOMATSUDA (2017) Extreme suppression of lateral floret development by a single amino acid change in the VRS1 transcription factor. [link]Plant Physiol 175: 1720–1731

 

ALQUDAH, A.M. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2017) Heading date is not flowering time in spring barley. [link]Front Plant Sci  8: 896

 

VENKATASUBBU, T., A.M. ALQUDAH, R. KOPPOLU, T. RUTTEN, A. GRANER, G. HENSEL, J. KUMLEHN, A. BRÄUTIGAM, N. SREENIVASULU, T. SCHNURBUSCH and M. KUHLMANN (2017) Leaf primordium size specifies leaf width and vein number among row-type classes in barley. [link]Plant J  91: 601–612

 

YOUSSEF, H.M., M. MASCHER, M.A. AYOUB, N. STEIN, B. KILIAN and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2017) Natural diversity of inflorescence architecture traces cryptic domestication genes in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). [link]Genet Resour Crop Evol 64: 843-853

 

VENKATASUBBU, T. (2017) Dosage of duplicated and antifunctionalized homeobox proteins influences leaf and spikelet development in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 165 pp.

 

WOLDE, G.M. (2017) Exploring modified Durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) plant architecture. (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 189 pp.

 

GUO, Z.F., D. CHEN, A.M. ALQUDAH, M.S. RÖDER,  M.W. GANAL and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2017) Genome-wide association analyses of 54 traits identified multiple loci for the determination of floret fertility in wheat. [link]New Phytol 214: 257-270

 

YOUSSEF, H.M., K. EGGERT, R. KOPPOLU, A.M. ALQUDAH, N. POURSAREBANI, A. FAZELI, S. SAKUMA, A. TAGIRI, T. RUTTEN, G. GOVIND, U. LUNDQVIST, A. GRANER, T. KOMATSUDA, N. SREENIVASULU and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2017) VRS2 regulates hormone-mediated inflorescence patterning in barley. [link]Nat Genet 49: 157-161

 

TIKHENKO, N., N. POURSAREBANI, T. RUTTEN, T. SCHNURBUSCH and A. BÖRNER (2017) Embryo lethality in wheat-rye hybrids: dosage effect and deletion bin mapping of the responsible wheat locus. [link]Biol Plantarum  61: 342-348

 

 

 

2016

GUO, Z. (2016) Physiological and genetic analyses for the determination of grain number in wheat. (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 225 pp.

 

ALQUDAH, A.M., R. KOPPOLU, G.M. WOLDE, A. GRANER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2016) The genetic architecture of barley plant stature. [link]Front Genet 7: 117

 

GUO, Z.F., G.A. SLAFER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2016) Genotypic variation in spike fertility traits and ovary size as determinants of floret and grain survival rate in wheat. [link]J Exp Bot 67: 4221-4230

 

GUO, Z.F. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2016) eXTRA Botany INSIGHT - Costs and benefits of awns. [link]J Exp Bot 67: 2533-2535

 

PEUKERT, M., J. THIEL, H.-P. MOCK, D. MARKO, W. WESCHKE and A. MATROS (2016) Spatiotemporal dynamics of oligofructan metabolism and Suggested functions in developing cereal grains. [link]Front Plant Sci 61245

 

 

 

2015 

YOUSSEF, H.M. (2015) Genotypic and phenotypic analysis of the spike row-type in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 140 pp.

 

POURSAREBANI, N., T. SEIDENSTICKER, R. KOPPOLU, C. TRAUTEWIG, P. GAWROŃSKI, F. BINI, G. GOVIND, T. RUTTEN, S. SAKUMA, A. TAGIRI, G.M. WOLDE, H.M. YOUSSEF, A. BATTAL, S. CIANNAMEA, T. FUSCA, T. NUSSBAUMER, C. POZZI, A. BÖRNER, U. LUNDQVIST, T. KOMATSUDA, S. SALVI, R. TUBEROSA, C. UAUY, N. SREENIVASULU, L. ROSSINI and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2015) The genetic basis of composite spike form in barley and ‘Miracle-Wheat’. [link]Genetics 201: 155-165

 

GUO, Z.F. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2015) Variation of floret fertility in hexaploid wheat revealed by tiller removal. [link]J Exp Bot 66: 5945-5958

 

ALQUDAH, A.M. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2015) Barley leaf area and leaf growth rates are maximized during the pre-anthesis phase. [link]Agronomy 5: 107-129

 

GUO, Z.F., D. CHEN and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2015) Variance components, heritability and correlation analysis of anther and ovary size during the floral development of bread wheat. [link]J Exp Bot  66: 3099-3111

 

 

 

2014

 

ALQUDAH, A.M., R. SHARMA, R.K. PASAM, A. GRANER, B. KILIAN and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2014) Genetic dissection of photoperiod response based on GWAS of pre-anthesis phase duration in spring barley.

[link]PLoS ONE 9: e113120

 

ALQUDAH, A.M. (2014) Developmental and genetic analysis of pre-anthesis phases in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 169 pp.

 

TRAN, V., D. WEIER, R. RADCHUK, J. THIEL and V. RADCHUK (2014) Caspase-like activities accompany programmed cell death events in developing barley grains. [link]PLoS ONE 9: e109426

 

PEUKERT, M., J. THIEL, D. PESHEV, W. WESCHKE, W. VAN DEN ENDE, H.P. MOCK and A. MATROS (2014) Spatio-temporal dynamics of fructan metabolism in developing barley grains. Plant Cell 26: 3728-3744

 

GARDINER, L-J., P. GAWROŃSKI, L. OLOHAN, T. SCHNURBUSCH, N. HALL and A. HALL (2014) Using genic sequence capture in combination with a syntenic pseudo genome to map a deletion mutant in a wheat species. [link]Plant J 80: 895-904

 

POURSAREBANI, N., T. NUSSBAUMER, H. ŠIMKOVÁ, J. ŠAFÁŘ, H. WITSENBOER, J. VAN OEVEREN, J. DOLEŽEL, K.F.X. MAYER, N. STEIN and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2014) Whole genome profiling (WGPTM) and shotgun sequencing delivers an anchored, gene-decorated, physical map assembly of bread wheat chromosome 6A. [link]Plant J 79: 334-347

 

KOPPOLU R. (2014) Six-rowed spike 4 (Vrs4) regulates spike architecture and lateral spikelet fertility in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 150 pp.

 

YOUSSEF, H.M., R. KOPPOLU, T. RUTTEN, V. KORZUN, P. SCHWEIZER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2014) Genetic mapping of the labile (lab) gene: a recessive locus causing irregular spikelet fertility in labile-barley (Hordeum vulgare convar. labile). [link]Theor Appl Genet 127: 1123-1131

 

GAWROŃSKI, P., R. ARIYADASA, A. HIMMELBACH, N. POURSAREBANI, B. KILIAN, N. STEIN, B. STEUERNAGEL, G. HENSEL, J. KUMLEHN, S.K. SEHGAL, B.S. GILL, P. GOULD, A. HALL and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2014) A distorted circadian clock causes early flowering and temperature-dependent variation in spike development in the Eps-3Am mutant of einkorn wheat. [link]Genetics 196: 1253-1261

 

ALQUDAH, A.M. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2014) Awn primordium to tipping is the most decisive developmental phase for spikelet survival in barley. [link]Funct Plant Biol 41: 424-436

 

 

2013

KOPPOLU, R., N. ANWAR, S. SAKUMA, A. TAGIRI, U. LUNDQVIST, M. POURKHEIRANDISH, T. RUTTEN, C. SEILER, A. HIMMELBACH, R. ARIYADASA, H.M. YOUSSEF, N. STEIN, N. SREENIVASULU, T. KOMATSUDA and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2013) Six-rowed spike4 (Vrs4) controls spikelet determinacy and row-type in barley. [link]Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 110: 13198–13203

 

GAWRONSKI, P. (2013) Earliness per se 3 locus from wheat (Triticum sp. L) and barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) disrupts circadian clock function. (PhD thesis) Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg and Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben. 136 pp.

 

 

2012

SREENIVASULU, N. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2012) A genetic playground for enhancing grain number in cereals. [link]Trends Plant Science 17: 91–101

 

GAWRONSKI, P. and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2012) High density-mapping of the earliness per se-3Am (Eps-3Am) locus in diploid einkorn wheat and its relation to the syntenic regions in rice and Brachypodium distachyon L. [link]Mol Breed 30: 1097–1108

 

YOUSSEF, H.M., R. KOPPOLU and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2012) Re-sequencing of vrs1 and int-c loci shows that labile barleys (Hordeum vulgare convar. labile) have a six-rowed genetic background.

[link]Genet Resour Crop Evol 59: 1319–1328

 

 

 

 

Publications - Thorsten Schnurbusch

 

PALLOTTA* M,.  T. SCHNURBUSCH*, J. HAYES, A. HAY, U. BAUMANN, J.G. PAULL, P. LANGRIDGE and T. SUTTON (2014) Molecular basis of adaptation to high soil boron in wheat landraces and elite cultivars. [link]Nature 514: 88-91 (* joint first-authorship)

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T. (2013) Molecular genetics of tolerance to high soil boron and drought in Australian wheat and barley germplasm. Habilitation thesis (Dr. agr. habil.), Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät III der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, 201 pp.

 

BENNETT, D., M. REYNOLDS, D. MULLAN, A. IZANLOO, H. KUCHEL, P. LANGRIDGE and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2012) Detection of two major grain yield QTL in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under heat, drought and high yield potential environments. [link]Theor Appl Genet 125: 1473-1485

 

BENNETT, D., A. IZANLOO, M. REYNOLDS, H. KUCHEL, P. LANGRIDGE and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2012) Genetic dissection of grain yield and physical grain quality in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under water-limited environments. [link]Theor Appl Genet 125: 255-271

 

BENNETT, D., A. IZANLOO, J. EDWARDS, H. KUCHEL, K. CHALMERS, M. TESTER, M. REYNOLDS, T. SCHNURBUSCH and P. LANGRIDGE (2012) Identification of novel quantitative trait loci for days to ear emergence and flag leaf glaucousness in a bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) population adapted to southern Australian conditions. [link]Theor Appl Genet 124: 697-711

 

BOWNE, J.B., T.A. ERWIN, J. JUTTNER, T. SCHNURBUSCH, P. LANGRIDGE, A. BACIC and U. ROESSNER (2012) Drought responses of leaf tissues from wheat cultivars of differing drought tolerance at the metabolite level. [link]Mol Plant 5: 418-429

 

MIEDANER, T., P. RISSER, S. PAILLARD, T. SCHNURBUSCH, B. KELLER, L. HARTL, J. HOLZAPFEL, V. KORZUN, E. EBMEYER and H.F. UTZ (2012) Broad-spectrum resistance loci for three quantitatively inherited diseases in two winter wheat populations. [link]Mol Breed 29: 731-742

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., J. HAYES and T. SUTTON (2010) Boron toxicity tolerance in wheat and barley: Australian perspectives. [link]Breed Sci 60: 297-304

 

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., J. HAYES, M. HRMOVA, U. BAUMANN, S.A. RAMESH, S.D. TYERMAN, P. LANGRIDGE and T. SUTTON (2010) Boron toxicity tolerance in barley through reduced expression of the multifunctional aquaporin HvNIP2;1. [link]Plant Physiology 153: 1706-1715

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., P. LANGRIDGE and T. SUTTON (2008) The Bo1-specific PCR marker AWW5L7 is predictive of boron tolerance status in a range of exotic durum and bread wheats. [link]Genome 51: 963-971

 

IZANLOO, A., A.G. CONDON, P. LANGRIDGE, M. TESTER and T. SCHNURBUSCH (2008) Different mechanisms of adaptation to cyclic water stress in two South Australian bread wheat cultivars. [link]J Exp Bot 59: 3327-3346

 

Sutton, T., U. Baumann, J. Hayes, N. C. Collins, B.-J. Shi, T. Schnurbusch, A. Hay, G. Mayo, M. Pallotta, M. Tester and P. Langridge (2007) Boron-toxicity tolerance in barley arising from efflux transporter amplification. [link]Science 318: 1446-1449

 

TOMMASINI, L., T. SCHNURBUSCH, F. MASCHER, D. FOSSATI  and B. KELLER (2007) Association mapping and validation of Stagonospora nodorum blotch resistance in modern European winter wheat. [link]Theor Appl Genetics 115: 697-708

 

Schnurbusch, T., N. C. Collins, R.F. EASTWOOD, T. SUTTON, S.P. JEFFERIES and P. LANGRIDGE (2007) Fine mapping and targeted SNP survey using rice-wheat gene colinearity in the region of the Bo1 boron toxicity tolerance locus of bread wheat. [link]Theor Appl Genetics 115: 451-461

 

Singh, K., M. Ghai, M. Garg, P. Chhuneja, T. Schnurbusch, B. Keller and H.S. Dhaliwal (2007) An integrated molecular linkage map of diploid wheat based on a Triticum boeoticum  ×  T. monococcum RIL population. [link]Theor Appl Genetics 115: 301-312

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., E. BOSSOLINI, M. MESSMER and B. KELLER (2004) Tagging and validation of a major QTL for leaf rust resistance and leaf tip necrosis in the winter wheat cultivar ‘Forno’. [link]Phytopathology 94: 1036-1041

 

PAILLARD, S., T. SCHNURBUSCH, R. TIWARI, M. MESSMER, M. WINZELER, B. KELLER and G. SCHACHERMAYR (2004) QTL analysis of resistance to Fusarium head blight in Swiss winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). [link]Theor Appl Genetics 109: 323-332

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., S. PAILLARD, A. SCHORI, M. MESSMER, G. SCHACHERMAYR, M. WINZELER and B. KELLER (2004) Dissection of quantitative and durable leaf rust resistance in Swiss winter wheat reveals a major resistance QTL in the Lr34 chromosomal region. [link]Theor Appl Genetics 108: 477-484

 

PAILLARD* S., T. SCHNURBUSCH*, M. WINZELER, M. MESSMER, P. SOURDILLE, O. ABDERHALDEN, B. KELLER and G. SCHACHERMAYR (2003) An integrative genetic linkage map of a cross between two winter wheat varieties. [link]Theor Appl Genetics 107: 1235-1242 (* shared first-authorship)

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., S. PAILLARD, D. FOSSATI, M. MESSMER, G. SCHACHERMAYR, M. WINZELER and B. KELLER (2003) Detection of QTLs for Stagonospora glume blotch resistance in Swiss winter wheat. [link]Theor Appl Genetics 107: 1226-1234

 

 

SCHNURBUSCH, T., C. MÖLLERS and H.C. BECKER (2000) A mutant of Brassica napus with increased palmitic acid content. [link]Plant Breeding 119: 141-144