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Emma Mace
Emma Mace
Principal Research Scientist, Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries
Verified email at daff.qld.gov.au
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Whole-genome sequencing reveals untapped genetic potential in Africa’s indigenous cereal crop sorghum
ES Mace, S Tai, EK Gilding, Y Li, PJ Prentis, L Bian, BC Campbell, W Hu, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 2320, 2013
4852013
Isolation and characterization of novel microsatellite markers and their application for diversity assessment in cultivated groundnut (Arachis hypogaea)
LM Cuc, ES Mace, JH Crouch, VD Quang, TD Long, RK Varshney
BMC plant biology 8, 1-11, 2008
3242008
A high-throughput DNA extraction protocol for tropical molecular breeding programs
ES Mace, KK Buhariwalla, HK Buhariwalla, JH Crouch
Plant molecular biology reporter 21, 459-460, 2003
3242003
QTL for nodal root angle in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) co-locate with QTL for traits associated with drought adaptation
ES Mace, V Singh, EJ Van Oosterom, GL Hammer, CH Hunt, DR Jordan
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 124, 97-109, 2012
3002012
A consensus genetic map of sorghum that integrates multiple component maps and high-throughput Diversity Array Technology (DArT) markers
ES Mace, JF Rami, S Bouchet, PE Klein, RR Klein, A Kilian, P Wenzl, ...
BMC plant biology 9, 1-14, 2009
2512009
QTL for root angle and number in a population developed from bread wheats (Triticum aestivum) with contrasting adaptation to water-limited environments
J Christopher, M Christopher, R Jennings, S Jones, S Fletcher, A Borrell, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 126, 1563-1574, 2013
2412013
DArT markers: diversity analyses and mapping in Sorghum bicolor
ES Mace, L Xia, DR Jordan, K Halloran, DK Parh, E Huttner, P Wenzl, ...
BMC genomics 9, 1-11, 2008
2252008
Identification of QTL for sugar-related traits in a sweet × grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) recombinant inbred population
KB Ritter, DR Jordan, SC Chapman, ID Godwin, ES Mace, ...
Molecular Breeding 22, 367-384, 2008
2062008
Exploring and exploiting pan-genomics for crop improvement
Y Tao, X Zhao, E Mace, R Henry, D Jordan
Molecular plant 12 (2), 156-169, 2019
2052019
AFLP analysis of genetic relationships among the cultivated eggplant, Solanummelongena L., and wild relatives (Solanaceae)
ES Mace, RN Lester, CG Gebhardt
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99, 626-633, 1999
1991999
Integrating sorghum whole genome sequence information with a compendium of sorghum QTL studies reveals uneven distribution of QTL and of gene-rich regions with significant …
ES Mace, DR Jordan
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 123 (1), 169-191, 2011
1832011
SSR analysis of cultivated groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) germplasm resistant to rust and late leaf spot diseases
ES Mace, DT Phong, HD Upadhyaya, S Chandra, JH Crouch
Euphytica 152, 317-330, 2006
1522006
VERNALIZATION1 modulates root system architecture in wheat and barley
KP Voss-Fels, H Robinson, SR Mudge, C Richard, S Newman, B Wittkop, ...
Molecular plant 11 (1), 226-229, 2018
1392018
Location of major effect genes in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench)
ES Mace, DR Jordan
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 121 (7), 1339-1356, 2010
1342010
Genomic resources in plant breeding for sustainable agriculture
M Thudi, R Palakurthi, JC Schnable, A Chitikineni, S Dreisigacker, ...
Journal of Plant Physiology 257, 153351, 2021
1292021
Exploring and exploiting genetic variation from unadapted sorghum germplasm in a breeding program
DR Jordan, ES Mace, AW Cruickshank, CH Hunt, RG Henzell
Crop Science 51 (4), 1444-1457, 2011
1232011
Molecular mapping and candidate gene identification of the Rf2 gene for pollen fertility restoration in sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench]
DR Jordan, ES Mace, RG Henzell, PE Klein, RR Klein
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 120, 1279-1287, 2010
1212010
The Sorghum QTL Atlas: a powerful tool for trait dissection, comparative genomics and crop improvement
E Mace, D Innes, C Hunt, X Wang, Y Tao, J Baxter, M Hassall, A Hathorn, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 132, 751-766, 2019
1172019
Extensive variation within the pan-genome of cultivated and wild sorghum
Y Tao, H Luo, J Xu, A Cruickshank, X Zhao, F Teng, A Hathorn, X Wu, ...
Nature Plants 7 (6), 766-773, 2021
1162021
Supermodels: sorghum and maize provide mutual insight into the genetics of flowering time
ES Mace, CH Hunt, DR Jordan
Theoretical and applied genetics 126, 1377-1395, 2013
1082013
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