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Publications T. Fahima

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1.Fahima T. and Henis Y. 1990. Interaction between pathogen, host and biocontrol agent: multiplication of Trichoderma hamatum and Talaromyces flavus on roots of diseased and healthy hosts. In Biological Control of Soil-borne Plant Pathogens. D. Horenby, ed., CAB International, London.pp.165-180.

2. Dinter-Gottlieb G., Fahima T. and Pobjecky N. 1991. Efficient splicing of the Tetrahymena Group I intron in transformed tobacco plants: Evidence for DNA to DNA information flow in transformation of tobacco plants by Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 4:500-506.

3. Fahima T., Madi L. and Henis Y. 1992. Ultrastructure and germinability of Verticillium dahliae microsclerotia parasitized by Talaromyces flavus on agar medium and in treated soil. Biocontrol Science and Technology, 2:69-78.

4. Fahima T., Kazmierczak P., Hansen D.R., Pfeiffer P. and Van Alfen N.K. 1993. Membrane-associated replication of an unencapsidated double-strand RNA of the fungus Cryphonectria parasitica. Virology, 195:81-89.

5. Fahima T., Wu Y., Zhang L. and Van Alfen N.K. 1994. Identification of the putative RNA polymerase of Cryphonectria hypovirus in a solubilized replication complex. Journal of Virology, 68(9):6116-6119.

6. Fahima T. and Henis Y. 1995. Quantitative assessment of the interaction between the antagonistic fungus Talaromyces flavus and the wilt pathogen Verticillium dahliae on eggplant roots. Plant and Soil, 176:129-137.

7. Blaustein L., Friedman J. and Fahima T. 1996. Larval Salamandra drive temporary pool community dynamics: evidence from an artificial pool experiment. Oikos 76:392-402.

8. Masaphy S., Fahima T., Levanon D., Henis Y. and Mingelgrin U. 1996. Parathion degradation by a Xanthomonas sp. and its crude enzyme extract in clay suspensions. Journal of Environmental Quality, 25:1248-1255.

9. Ronin Y.I., Korol A.B, Fahima T., Kirzhner V.M. and Nevo E. 1996. Sequential estimation of linkage between PCR-generated markers and a target gene employing stepwise bulked analysis. Biometrics, 52:1428-1439.

10. Fahima# T., Ben-Shlomo# R. and Nevo E. 1996. Random amplified polymorphic DNA of the Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies in Israel. Israel Journal of Zoology, 42:317-326. (#both should be considered as first authors)

11. Weinberg H.S., Nevo E., Korol A.B., Fahima T., Rennert G. and Shapiro S. 1997. Molecular changes in the offspring of liquidators who emigrated to Israel from the Chernobyl disaster area. Environmental Health Perspectives, 105:1479-1481.

12. Owuor E.D., Fahima T., Beiles A., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 1997. Population genetic response to microsite ecological stress in wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum. Molecular Ecology, 6:1177-1187.

13. Sun G.L., Fahima T., Korol A.B., Turpeinen T., Grama A., Ronin Y. and Nevo E. 1997. Identification of molecular markers linked to the Yr15 stripe rust resistance gene of wheat originated in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 95:622-628.

14. Fahima T., Roder M., Grama A. and Nevo E. 1998. Microsatellite DNA polymorphism divergence in Triticum dicoccoides accessions highly resistant to yellow rust. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 96:187-195.

15. Li, Y.C., Krugman T., Fahima T., Beiles A. and Nevo E. 1998. Genetic diversity of alcohol dehydroge nase 3 in wild barley population at the "Evolution Canyon" microsite, Nahal Oren, Mt Carmel, Israel. Barley Genetics Newsletter, 28:58-60.

16. Fahima T., Sun G.L., Beharav A., Krugman T., Beiles A. and Nevo E. 1999. RAPD polymorphism of wild emmer wheat populations, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 98:434-447.

17. Peng J.H., Fahima T., Röder M.S., Li Y.C., Dahan A., Grama A., Ronin Y.I., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 1999. Microsatellite tagging of the stripe rust resistance gene YrH52 derived from wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, and suggestive negative crossover interference on chromosome 1B. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 98:862-872.

18. Li Y.C., Fahima T., Beiles A. Korol A. and Nevo E. 1999. Microclimatic stress and adaptive DNA differentiation in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 98:873-883.

19. Andreyuk E.I., Antipchuk A.F., Iutinskaja G.A., Fahima T. and Nevo E. 1999. Species characteristics of the soil bacterial communities at "Evolution Canyon", Nahal Oren, Mount Carmel Natural Preserve, Israel. Mikrobiologichny Zhurnal, 61:3-9.

20. Chague V., Fahima T., Dahan A., Sun G.L., Korol A.B., Ronin Y.I., Grama A., Röder M.S. and Nevo E. 1999. Isolation of microsatellite and RAPD markers flanking the Yr15 gene of wheat using NILs and bulked segregant analysis. Genome, 42:1050-1056.

21. Owuor E.D., Fahima T., Beharav A., Korol A. and Nevo E. 1999. RAPD divergence caused by microsite edaphic selection in wild barley. Genetica, 105:177-192.

22. Li Y.C., Röder M.S., Fahima T., Kirzhner V.M., Beiles A., Korol A. and Nevo E. 2000. Natural selection causing microsatellite divergence in wild emmer wheat at the ecologically variable microsite at Ammiad, Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 100:985-999.

23. Peng J.H., Fahima T., Röder M.S., Li Y.C., Grama A. and Nevo E. 2000. Microsatellite high-density mapping of the stripe-rust resistance gene YrH52 region on chromosome 1B and evaluation of its marker-assisted selection in the F2 generation in wild emmer wheat. New Phytologist, 146:141-154.

24. Li Y.C., Fahima T, Korol A., Peng J.H., Röder M.S., Kirzhner V.M., Beiles A. and Nevo E. 2000. Microsatellite diversity correlated with ecological-edaphic and genetic factors in three microsites of wild emmer wheat in North Israel. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 17:851-862.

25. Li Y.C., Fahima T., Peng J.H., Röder M.S., Kirzhner V., Beiles A., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2000. Edaphic microsatellite DNA divergence in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, at a microsite: Tabigha, Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 101:1029-1038.

26. Peng J.H., Korol, A.B., Fahima T., Röder M.S., Ronin Y.I., Li Y.C. and Nevo E. 2000. Molecular genetic maps in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides: genome-wide coverage, massive negative interference, and putative quasi-linkage. Genome Research, 10:1509-1531.

27. Peng J.H., Fahima T., Röder M.S., Huang Q.Y., Dahan A., Li Y.C., Grama A. and Nevo E. 2000. High-density molecular map of chromosome region harboring stripe-rust resistance genes YrH52 and Yr15 derived from wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Genetica, 109:199-210.

28. Li Y.C., Fahima T., Krugman T., Beiles A., Röder M.S., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2000. Parallel microgeographic patterns of genetic diversity and divergence revealed by allozyme, RAPD, and microsatellites in Triticum dicoccoides at Ammiad, Israel. Conservation Genetics, 1:191-207.

29. Weinberg H.Sh., Korol A.B., Kirzhner V.M., Avivi A., Fahima T., Nevo E., Shapiro S., Rennert G., Piatak O., Stepanova E.I. and Skvarskaja E. 2001. Very high mutation rate in offspring of Chernobyl accident liquidators. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 268:1001-1005.

30. Li Y.C., Krugman T., Fahima T., Beiles A., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2001. Spatiotemporal allozyme divergence caused by aridity stress in a natural population of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, at the Ammiad microsite, Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 102:853-864.

31. Fahima T., Roder M.S., Wendehake K., Kirzhner V.M. and Nevo E. 2002. Microsatellite polymorphism in natural populations of wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 104:17-29.

32. Li Y.C., Röder M.S., Fahima T., Kirzhner V., Beiles A., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2002. Climatic effects on microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) at the Yehudiyya microsite, Israel. Heredity, 89:127-132.

33. Li Y.C., Korol A.B., Fahima T., Beiles A. and Nevo E. 2002. Microsatellites: genomic distribution, putative functions and mutational mechanisms: a review. Molecular Ecology, 11:2453-2465.

34. Zhang F., Gutterman Y., Krugman T., Fahima T. and Nevo E. 2002. Differences in primary dormancy and seedling revival ability for some Hordeum spontaneum genotypes of Israel. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 50(4):271-276.

35. Nevo E., Korol A.B., Beiles A., Fahima T. 2002. Evolution of Wild Emmer and Wheat Improvement. Population Genetics, Genetic Resources, and Genome Organization of Wheat's Progenitor, Triticum dicoccoides. Springer-Verlag. 364 pp.

36. Xie C., Sun Q., Ni Z., Yang T., Nevo E. and Fahima T. 2003. Chromosomal location of a Triticum dicoccoides-derived powdery mildew resistance gene in common wheat by using microsatellite markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 106:341-345.

37. Owuor E.D., Beharav A., Fahima T., Kirzhner V.M., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2003. Microscale ecological stress causes RAPD molecular selection in wild barley, Neve Yaar microsite, Israel. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 50: 213-224.

38. Peng J.H., Ronin Y.I., Fahima T., Röder M.S., Li Y.C., Nevo E. and Korol A.B. 2003. Domestication quantitative trait loci in Triticum dicoccoides, the progenitor of wheat. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science, USA, 100:2489-2494.

39. Buerstmayer H., Stierschneider M., Steiner B., Lemmens M., Griesser M., Nevo E. and Fahima T. 2003. Variation for resistance to head blight caused by Fusarium graminearum in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) originating from Israel. Euphytica, 130:17-23.

40. Yan L., Loukoianov A., Tranquilli G., Helguera M., Fahima T. and Dubcovsky J.2003.Positional cloning of the wheat vernalization gene VRN1. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science, USA, 100:6263-6268.

41. Li Y.C., Fahima T., Röder M.S., Kirzhner V.M., Beiles A., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2003. Genetic effects on microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) at the Yehudiyya microsite, Israel. Heredity, 90:150-156.

42 Cenci A., Chantret N., Kong X., Gu Y., Anderson O., Fahima T., Distelfeld A. and Dubcovsky J.2003. Construction and characterization of a half million clones BAC library of durum wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp. durum). Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 107:931-939.

43. Olmos S.,Distelfeld A., Chicaiza O., Schlatter A.R., Fahima T., Echenique V. and Dubcovsky J. 2003. Precise mapping of a locus affecting grain protein content in durum wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 107:1243-1251.

44. Chen G., Krugman T., Fahima T., Zhang F., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2004. Differential patterns of germination and desiccation tolerance of mesic and xeric wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) in Israel. Journal of Arid Environments, 56:95-105.

45. Distelfeld A., Uauy C., Olmos S., Schlatter A.R., Dubcovsky J.and Fahima T. 2004. Microcolinearity between a 2-cM region encompassing the grain protein content locus Gpc-6B1 on wheat chromosome 6B and a 350-kb region on rice chromosome 2. Functional and Integrative Genomics, 4:59-66.

46. Li Y.C., Korol A.B., Fahima T. and Nevo E. 2004. Microsatellites within genes: structure, function, and evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 21:991-1007.

47. Xie C., Sun Q., Ni Z., Yang T., Nevo E. and Fahima T. 2004. Identification of resistance gene analogue markers closely linked to wheat powdery mildew resistance gene Pm31. Plant Breeding, 124:198-200.

48. Suprunova T., Krugman T., Fahima T., Chen G., Shams I., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2004. Differential expression of dehydrin genes in wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, associated with resistance to water deficit. Plant Cell and Environment, 27:1297-1308.

49. Cakmak I., Torun A., Millet E., Feldman M., Fahima T., Korol A.B., Nevo E., Braun H.J. and Özkan H. 2004. Triticum dicoccoides: an important genetic resource for increasing zinc and iron concentration in modern cultivated wheat. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 50:1047-1054.

50. Chen, G., Suprunova T., Krugman T., Fahima T. and Nevo E. 2004. Ecogeographic and genetic determinants of kernel weight and color of wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) populations in Israel. Seed Science Research 14:137-146.

51. Chen G., Sagi M., Weining S., Krugman T., Fahima T., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2004. Wild barley eibi1 mutation identifies a gene essential for leaf water conservation. Planta, 219:684-693.

52. Peleg Z.,Fahima T., Abbo S., Krugman T., Nevo E., Yakir D. and Saranga Y. 2005. Genetic diversity for drought resistance in wild emmer wheat and its ecogeographical associations. Plant Cell and Environment, 28:176-191.

53. Cheng J., Yan J., Krugman T. and Fahima T. 2005. Application of fluorescence-based resistance gene analog analysis for genotyping of plant genetic resources. Biotechnology Letters, 27:83-89.

54. Zhang F., Chen G., Huang Q., Orion O., Krugman T., Fahima T., Korol A.B., Nevo E. and Gutterman Y. 2005. Genetic basis of barley caryopsis dormancy and seedling desiccation tolerance at the germination stage. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 110:445-453.

55. Uauy C., Brevis J.C., Chen X., Khan I., Jackson L., Chicaiza O., Distelfeld A., Fahima T. and Dubcovsky J. 2005. High-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) stripe rust resistance gene Yr36 from Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccoides is closely linked to the grain protein content locus Gpc-B1. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 112:97-105.

56. Distelfeld A.,Uauy C., Fahima T. and Dubcovsky J. 2006. Physical map of the wheat high-grain protein content gene Gpc-B1 and development of a high-throughput molecular marker. New Phytologist, 169:753-763.

57. Abbo S., Gopher A., Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Fahima T., Salamini F. and Lev-Yadun S. 2006. The ripples of "The Big (agricultural) Bang": the spread of early wheat cultivation. Genome, 49:861-863.

58. Uauy C., Distelfeld A., Fahima T., Blechl A. and Dubcovsky J. 2006. A NAC gene regulating senescence improves grain protein, zinc and iron content in wheat. Science, 314:1298-1301. (IF=30.9).

59. Distelfeld A., Cakmak I, Peleg Z, Ozturk L. Yazici AM, Budak H, Yehoshua Saranga Y.and Fahima T. 2007. Multiple QTL-effects of wheat Gpc-B1 locus on grain protein and micronutrient concentrations. Physiologia Plantarum, 129:635-643.

60. Suprunova T., Krugman T., Distelfeld A., Fahima T., Nevo E. and Korol A.B. 2007. Identification of a novel gene (Hsdr4) involved in water-stress tolerance in wild barley. Plant Molecular Biology, 64:17-34.

61. Gasmanová N., Lebeda A., Doležalová I., Cohen T., Pavlíèek T., Fahima T. and Nevo E.2007.Genome size variation of Lotus peregrinus at Evolution Canyon I microsite, Lower Nahal Oren, Mt. Carmel, Israel. Acta Biologica Cracoviensia Series Botanica, 49:39-46.

62. Peleg Z., Fahima T. and Saranga Y. 2007. Drought resistance in wild emmer wheat: physiology, ecology and genetics. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 55:289-296.

63. Distelfeld A.and Fahima T. 2007. Wild emmer wheat as a source for high-grain-protein genes: map-based cloning of Gpc-B1. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 55:297-306.

64. Peleg Z.,Saranga Y., Krugman T., Abbo S., Nevo E. and Fahima T., 2008. Allelic diversity associated with aridity gradient in wild emmer wheat populations. Plant Cell and Environment, 31:39-49.

65. Ji X., Xie C., Ni Z., Yang T., Nevo E., Fahima T., Liu Z. and Sun Q. 2008. Identification and genetic mapping of a powdery mildew resistance gene in wild emmer (Triticum dicoccoides) accession IW72 from Israel. Euphytica, 159:385-390.

66. Peleg Z., Fahima T., Abbo S., Krugman T., and Saranga Y. 2008. Genetic structure of natural wild emmer wheat populations as reflected by transcribed vs. anonymous microsatellite markers.Genome, 51:187-195.

67. Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Yazici A., Fahima T., Ozturk L. and Cakmak I. 2008. Grain zinc, iron and protein concentrations and zinc-efficiency in wild emmer wheat under contrasting irrigation regimes. Plant and Soil, 306:57-67.

68. Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Suprunova T., Ronin Y., Röder M.S., Kilian A., Korol A.B. and Fahima T. 2008. High-density genetic map of durum wheat × wild emmer wheat based on SSR and DArT markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 117:103-115.

69. Distelfeld A., Korol A.B., Dubcovsky J., Uauy C., Blake T. and Fahima T.2008. Colinearity between the barley grain protein content (GPC) QTL on chromosome arm 6HS and the wheat Gpc-B1 region. Molecular Breeding, 22:25-38.

70. Ben-David R., Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Dinoor A., Korol A.B. and Fahima T. 2008. Dissection of powdery mildew resistance uncovers different resistance types in the Triticum turgidum L. gene pool. In: The 11th International Wheat Genetics Symposium Proceedings (R. Appels, R. Eastwood, E. Lagudah, P. Langridge, M. Mackay, eds.). Sydney University Press, pp. 1-3.

71. Chen G., Komatsuda T., Pourkheirandish M., Sameri M., Sato K., Krugman T., Fahima T., Korol A.B. and Nevo E. 2009. Mapping of the eibi1 gene responsible for the drought hypersensitive cuticle in wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum). Breeding Science 59:21-26.

72. Peleg Z., Fahima T., Krugman T., Abbo S., Yakir D., Korol A.B. and Saranga Y. 2009. Genomic dissection of drought resistance in durum wheat x wild emmer wheat recombinant inbreed line population. Plant, Cell and Environment 32:758-779.

73. Sela H., Cheng J.P., Yan J., Nevo E. and Fahima T. 2009. Divergent diversity patterns of NBS and LRR domains of resistance gene analogs in wild emmer wheat populations. Genome 52:557-565.

74. Peleg Z., Cakmak I., Ozturk L., Yazici A., Jun Y., Budak H., Korol A.B., Fahima T. and Saranga Y. 2009. Quantitative trait loci conferring grain mineral nutrient concentrations in durum wheat x wild emmer wheat RIL population. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 119:353-369.

75. Li G., Fang T., Zhang H., Xie C., Li H., Yang T., Nevo E., Fahima T., Sun Q. and Liu Z. 2009. Molecular identification of a new powdery mildew resistance gene Pm41 on chromosome 3BL derived from wild emmer (Triticum turgidum var. dicoccoides). Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 119:531-539.

76. Fu D., Uauy C., Distelfeld A., Blechl A., Epstein L., Chen X., Sela H., Fahima T. and Dubcovsky J. 2009. A kinase-START gene confers temperature-dependent resistance to wheat stripe rust. Science, 323:1357-1360.

77. Loutre C., Wicker T., Travella S., Galli P., Scofield S., Fahima T., Feuillet C. and Keller B. 2009. Two different CC-NBS-LRR genes are required for Lr10-mediated leaf rust resistance in tetraploid and hexaploid wheat. The Plant Journal, 60:1043-1054.

78. Chen X., Krugman, T., Fahima T., Chen K., Hu Y., Röder M., Nevo E. and Korol A.B. 2010. Chromosomal regions controlling seedling drought resistance in Israeli wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum C. Koch. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 57:85-99.

79. Cheng J.P., Yan J., Sela H., Manisterski J., Lewinsohn D., Nevo E. and Fahima T. 2010. Pathogen race determines the type of resistance response in the stripe rust- Triticum dicoccoides pathosystem. Physiologia Plantarum, 139:269-279.

80. Krugman T., Chague V., Peleg Z., Balzergue S., Just J., Korol A.B., Nevo E., Saranga Y., Chalhoub B. and Fahima T. 2010. Multilevel regulation and signalling processes associated with adaptation to terminal drought in wild emmer wheat. Functional and Integrative Genomics, 10:167-186.

81. Chatzav M., Peleg Z., Ozturk L., Yazici A., Fahima T., Cakmak I. and Saranga Y. 2010. Genetic diversity for grain nutrients in wild emmer wheat: potential for wheat improvement. Annals of Botany, 105:1211-1220.

82. Ben David R., Xie W., Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Dinoor A. and Fahima T. 2010.Identification and mapping of PmG16, a powdery mildew resistance gene derived from wild emmer wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 121:499-510.

83. Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Fahima T., Aharoni A. and Elbaum R. 2010. Genetic control over silica deposition in wheat awns. Physiologia Plantarum, 140:10-20.

84. Gomez-Becerra H.F.,. Yazici A., Ozturk L., Budak H., Peleg Z., Morgounov A., Fahima T., Saranga Y. and Cakmak I. 2010. Genetic variation and environmental stability of grain mineral nutrient concentration in Triticum dicoccoides under five environments. Euphytica 171:39-52.

85. Sela H., Loutre C., Keller B., Schulman A., Nevo E., Korol A.B. and Fahima T. 2011. Rapid linkage disequilibrium decay in the Lr10 gene in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 122:175-187.

86. Yan J., Wang F., Qin HB., Chen GX., Nevo E., Fahima T. and Cheng J.P. 2011. Natural variation in grain selenium concentration of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, populations from Israel. Biological Trace Element Research, 142:773-786.

87. Wicker T, Mayer K.F.X., Gundlach H., Martis M., Steuernagel B., Scholz U., Simková H., Kubaláková M., Choulet F., Taudien S., Platzer M., Feuillet C., Fahima T., Budak H., Dolezel J. and Stein N. 2011. Frequent gene movement and pseudogene evolution is common to the large and complex genomes of wheat, barley, and their relatives. The Plant Cell, 23:1706-1718.

88. Cantu D., Pearce S.P., Distelfeld A., Christiansen M.W., Uauy C., Akhunov E., Fahima T. and Dubcovsky J. 2011. Effect of the down-regulation of the high Grain Protein Content (GPC) genes on the wheat transcriptome during monocarpic senescence. BMC Genomics, 12:492.

89. Durmaz E., Coruh C., Dinler G., Grusak M.A., Peleg Z., Saranga Y., Fahima T., Yazici A., Ozturk L., Cakmak I. and Budak H. 2011. Expression and cellular localization of ZIP1 transporter under zinc deficiency in wild emmer wheat. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter, 29:582-596.

90. T. Krugman, Peleg Z., Quansah L., Chague V., Korol A.B., Nevo E., Saranga Y., Fait A., Chalhoub B. and Fahima T. 2011. Alteration in expression of hormone-related genes in wild emmer wheat roots associated with drought adaptation mechanisms. Functional and Integrative Genomics, 11:565-583.

91. Peleg Z., Fahima T., Korol A.B., Abbo S. and Saranga Y. 2011. Genetic analysis of wheat domestication and evolution under domestication. Journal of Experimental Botany, 62:5051-5061.

92. Sela H., Spiridon L.N., Petrescu A.J., Akerman M, Mandel-Gutfreund Y., Nevo E., Loutre C., Keller B., Schulman A. and Fahima T. 2011. Ancient diversity of splicing motifs and protein surfaces in the wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) LR10 coiled coil (CC) and leucine-rich repeat (LRR) domains. Molecular Plant Pathology, 13:276-287.

93. Xie W., Ben-David R., Zeng B., Dinoor A,. Xie C., Sun Q., Röder M.S., Fahoum A. and Fahima T. 2012. Suppressed recombination rate in 6VS/6AL translocation region carrying the Pm21 locus introgressed from Haynaldia villosa into hexaploid wheat. Molecular Breeding, 29:399-412.

94. Xie W., Ben-David R., Zeng B., Distelfeld A., Röder M.S., Dinoor A. and Fahima T. 2012. Identification and characterization of a novel powdery mildew resistance gene PmG3M derived from wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 124:911-922.

95. Feldman M., Levy A.A., Fahima T. and Korol A.B. 2012. Genomic asymmetry in allopolyploid plants: wheat as a model. Journal of Experimental Botany, 63:5045-5059.

96. Sela H., Spiridon L.N., Petrescu A-J., Akerman M., Mandel-Gutfreund Y., Nevo E., Loutre C., Keller B., Schulman A.H. and Fahima T. 2012. Ancient diversity of splicing motifs and protein surfaces in the wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) LR10 coiled coil (CC) and leucine-rich repeat (LRR) domains. Molecular Plant Pathology 13(3):276-287.

97. Breen J., Wicker T., Shatalina M., Frenkel Z., Bertin I., Phillippe R., Spielmeyer W., Šimková H., Šafář J., Cattonaro F., Scalabrin S., Magni F., Vautrin S., Bergès H., Paux E., Fahima T., Doležel J., Korol A.B., Feuillet C. and Keller B. 2013. A physical map of the short arm of wheat chromosome 1A. Plos One 8(11):e80272.

98. Raats D., Frenkel Z., Krugman T., Dodek I., Sela H., Šimková H., Magni F., Cattonaro F., Vautrin S., Bergès H., Wicker T., Keller B., Leroy P., Philippe R., Paux E., Doležel J., Feuillet C., Korol A.B. and Fahima T. 2013. The physical map of wheat chromosome 1BS provides insights into its gene space organization and evolution. Genome Biology, 14:R138.

99. Pont C., Murat F., Guizard S, Flores R, Foucrier S, Bidet Y, Quraishi UM, Alaux M, Doležel J, Fahima T, Budak H, Keller B, Salvi S, Maccaferri M, Steinbach D, Feuillet C, Quesneville H, Salse J. 2013. Wheat syntenome unveils new evidences of contrasted evolutionary plasticity between paleo- and neoduplicated subgenomes. The Plant Journal, 76:1030-1044.

100. Avni R., Zhao R., Pearce S., Jun Y., Uauy C., Tabbita F., Fahima T., Slade A., Dubcovsky J. and Distelfeld A. 2014. Functional characterization of GPC-1 genes in hexaploid wheat. Planta, 239:313-324.

101. Raats D., Yaniv E., Distelfeld A., Ben David R., Shanir Y., Bocharova V., Schulman A. and Fahima T. 2014. Application of CAPS markers for genemic studies in wild emmer wheat. In: Savrukov Y. (ed) Cleaved Amplified Polymorphic Sequences (CAPS) Markers in Plant Biology. Nova Publishers, New York. Pp. 31-61.

102. Sela H., Spiridon L.N., Ashkenazi H., Bhullar N.K., Brunner S., Petrescu A.J., Fahima T., Keller B. and Jordan T. 2014. Three dimensional modelling and diversity analysis reveals distinct AVR recognition sites and evolutionary pathways in wild and domesticated wheat Pm3 R genes. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 27:835-845.

103. Maccaferri M., Cane M.A., Sanguineti M.C., Salvi S., Colalongo M.C., Massi A., Clarke F., Knox R., Pozniak C.J., Clarke J.M., Fahima T., Dubcovsky J., Xu S., Ammar K., Karsai I., Vida G. and Tuberosa R. 2014. A consensus framework map of durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) suitable for linkage disequilibrium analysis and genome-wide association mapping. BMC Genomics, 15(1):873.

104. Ben-David R., Peleg Z., Dinoor A., Saranga Y., Korol A.B. and Fahima T. 2014. Genetic dissection of quantitative powdery mildew resistance loci in tetraploid wheat. Molecular Breeding, 34:1647-1658.

105. Tzarfati R., Barak V., Krugman T., Fahima T., Abbo S., Saranga Y. and Korol A.B. 2014. Novel quantitative trait loci underlying major domestication traits in tetraploid wheat. Molecular Breeding, 34:1613-1628.

106. Maccaferri M, Ricci A, Salvi S, Milner SG, Noli E, Martelli PL, Casadio R, Akhunov E, Scalabrin S, Vendramin V, Ammar K, Blanco A, Desiderio F, Distelfeld A, Dubcovsky J, Fahima T, Faris J, Korol A, Massi A, Mastrangelo AM, Morgante M, Pozniak CJ, N'Diaye A, Xu S. and Tuberosa R. 2015. A high-density, SNP-based consensus map of tetraploid wheat as a bridge to integrate durum and bread wheat genomics and breeding. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 13(5):648-663.

107. Gou J-Y, Li K, Wu K, Wang X, Lin H, Cantu D, Uauy C, Dobon-Alonso A, Midorikawa T, Inoue K, Sanchez J, Fu D, Blechl A, Wallington E, Fahima T, Meeta M, Epstein L. and Dubcovsky J. 2015. Wheat stripe rust resistance protein WKS1 reduces the ability of the thylakoid-associated ascorbate peroxidase to detoxify reactive oxygen species. The Plant Cell, 27:1755-1770.

108. Yaniv E, Raats D, Ronin Y, Korol AB, Grama A, Bariana H, Dubcovsky J, Schulman AH, and Fahima T. 2015. Evaluation of marker-assisted selection for the stripe rust resistance gene 1 Yr15, introgressed from wild emmer wheat. Molecular Breeding, January 2015, 35:43.

109. Zou H.,  Tzarfati R., Hübner S.,  Krugman T.,  Fahima T.,  Abbo S.,  Saranga Y. and  Korol A.B. 2015. Transcriptome profiling of wheat glumes in wild emmer, hulled landraces and modern cultivars. BMC Genomics 16:777.

110. Filiz E., Distelfeld A., Fahima T.,  Karakaş Metin O., Nevo E., Weining S. and Altinkut Uncuoğlu A. 2015. Barley molybdenum cofactor sulfurase (MCSU): sequencing, modeling, and its comparison to other higher plants. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 39:786-796.

111. Merchuk-Ovnat L., Barak V., Fahima T., Ordon F., Lidzbarsky G., Krugman T. and Saranga Y. 2016. Ancestral QTL alleles from wild emmer wheat improve drought resistance and productivity in modern wheat cultivars. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7:452.

112. Huang L., Sela H., Feng L., Chen Q., Krugman T., Yan J., Dubcovsky J. and Fahima T. 2016. Distribution and haplotype diversity of WKS resistance genes in wild emmer wheat natural populations. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 129:921-934.

113. Huang L., Raats D., Sela H., Klymiuk V., Lidzbarsky G., Feng L., Krugman T. and Fahima T.  2016. Evolution and adaptation of wild emmer wheat populations to biotic and abiotic stresses. Annual Reviews of Phytopathology, 53:12.1–12.23. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-phyto-080614-120254

114. Merchuk-Ovnat L., Fahima T., Krugman T. and Saranga Y. 2016. Ancestral QTL alleles from wild emmer wheat improve grain yield, biomass and photosynthesis across environments in modern wheat. Plant Science, 251:23-34.

115. Mascher M., Schuenemann V.J., Davidovich U., Marom N., Himmelbach A., Hübner S., Korol A.B., David M., Reiter E., Riehl S., Schreiber M., Vohr S.H., Green R.E., Dawson I.K., Russell J., Kilian B., Muehlbauer G.J., Waugh R., Fahima T., Krause J., Weiss E. and Stein N. 2016. Genomic evidence from 6000-year old grains sheds new light on barley domestication history. Nature Genetics, 48(9):1089-1093.

116. Shi G., Zhang Z., Friesen T.L., Raats D., Fahima T., Brueggeman R.S., Lu S., Trick H.N., Liu Z., Chao W., Frenkel Z., Xu S.S., Rasmussen J.B. and Faris J.D. 2016. The hijacking of a receptor kinase-driven pathway be a wheat fungal pathogen leads to disease. Science Advances, 2(10):e1600822.

117. Xue W.T., Gianinetti A., Wang R., Zhan Z.J., Yan J., Jiang Y., Fahima T., Zhao G. and Cheng J.P. 2016. Characterizing barley seed macro-and micro-nutrients under multiple environmental conditions. Cereal Research Communications, 44(4):639-649.

 

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