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P. Bilinski, P. S. Albert, J. J. Berg, J. Birchler, M. Grote, A. Lorant, J. Quezada, K. Swarts, J. Yang, J. Ross-Ibarra, Parallel altitudinal clines reveal adaptive evolution of genome size in Zea mays, bioRxiv, 2017.


H.-Y. Lin, Q. Liu, X. Li, J. Yang, S. Liu, Y. Huang, M. J. Scanlon, D. Nettleton, P. S. Schnable, Substantial contribution of genetic variation in the expression of transcription factors to phenotypic variation revealed by eRD-GWAS, Genome Biology, 2017.
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J. Yang, S. Mezmouk, A. Baumgarten, E. S. Buckler, K. E. Guill, M. D. McMullen, R. H. Mumm, J. Ross-Ibarra, Incomplete dominance of deleterious alleles contribute substantially to trait variation and heterosis in maize, PLOS Genetics, 2017.
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Z. Dong, W. Li, E. Unger-Wallace, J. Yang, E. Vollbrecht, G. S. Chuck., Ideal crop plant architecture is mediated by tassels replace upper ears1, a BTB/POZ ankyrin repeat gene 5 targeted by TEOSINTE BRANCHED1, PNAS, 2017.
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J. Hao, J. Yang, J. Dong, S-Z. Fei, Characterization of BdCBF genes and Genome-wide Transcriptome Profiling of BdCBF3-dependent and -independent Cold Stress Responses in Brachypodium Distachyon, Plant Science, 2017.
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J. Yang, H. Jiang, C. T. Yeh, J. Yu, J. A. Jeddeloh, D. Nettleton, and P. S. Schnable, Extreme-phenotype genome-wide association study (XP-GWAS): A method for identifying trait-associated variants by sequencing pools of individuals selected from a diversity panel, Plant J., vol. 84, no. 3, pp. 587–596, 2015.
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D. Sosso, D. Luo, Q. Li, J. Sasse, J. Yang, G. Gendrot, M. Suzuki, K. E. Koch, D. R. McCarty, P. S. Chourey, P. M. Rogowsky, J. Ross-Ibarra, B. Yang, and W. B. Frommer, Seed filling in domesticated maize and rice depends on SWEET-mediated hexose transport, Nat. Genet., vol. 47, no. 12, pp. 1489–1493, 2015.
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S. Leiboff, X. Li, H.-C. Hu, N. Todt, J. Yang, X. Li, X. Yu, G. J. Muehlbauer, M. C. P. Timmermans, J. Yu, P. S. Schnable, and M. J. Scanlon, Genetic control of morphometric diversity in the maize shoot apical meristem, Nat. Commun., vol. 6, p. 8974, 2015.
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2014 and Before

S. Liu, K. Ying, C.-T. Yeh, J. Yang, R. Swanson-Wagner, W. Wu, T. Richmond, D. J. Gerhardt, J. Lai, N. Springer, D. Nettleton, J. A. Jeddeloh, and P. S. Schnable, Changes in genome content generated via segregation of non-allelic homolog, Plant J., vol. 72, no. 3, pp. 390–9, Nov. 2012.
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L. Koesterke, D. Stanzione, M. Vaughn, S. M. Welch, W. Kusnierczyk, J. Yang, C.-T. Yeh, D. Nettleton, and P. S. Schnable, An Efficient and Scalable Implementation of SNP-Pair Interaction Testing for Genetic Association Studies, 2011 IEEE Int. Symp. Parallel Distrib. Process. Work. Phd Forum, pp. 523–530, May 2011.
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Patent Applications

P. S. Schnable, A. OTT, J. Yang, Intercrossed ex-PVP lines. 2014. PENDING.

P. S. Schnable, J. Yang, Identification of QTLs and trait-associated SNPs controlling six yield component traits in maize. 2013. PENDING.

P. S. Schnable, J. Yang, R. A. Swanson-Wagner, D. Nettleton, QTL regulating ear productivity traits in maize. U.S. Patent No. 8779233. Filed July 12, 2011.