Takao Komatsuda
Takao Komatsuda
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Six-rowed barley originated from a mutation in a homeodomain-leucine zipper I-class homeobox gene
T Komatsuda, M Pourkheirandish, C He, P Azhaguvel, H Kanamori, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (4), 1424-1429, 2007
Maturation and germination of somatic embryos as affected by sucrose and plant growth regulators in soybeans Glycine gracilis Skvortz and Glycine max (L.) Merr.
T Komatsuda, W Lee, S Oka
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 28 (1), 103-113, 1992
Genotype✕ Sucrose Interactions for Somatic Embryogenesis in Soybean
T Komatsuda, K Kaneko, S Oka
Crop science 31 (2), 333-337, 1991
Wild emmer genome architecture and diversity elucidate wheat evolution and domestication
R Avni, M Nave, O Barad, K Baruch, SO Twardziok, H Gundlach, I Hale, ...
Science 357 (6346), 93-97, 2017
Cleistogamous flowering in barley arises from the suppression of microRNA-guided HvAP2 mRNA cleavage
SK Nair, N Wang, Y Turuspekov, M Pourkheirandish, S Sinsuwongwat, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (1), 490-495, 2010
The importance of barley genetics and domestication in a global perspective
M Pourkheirandish, T Komatsuda
Annals of Botany 100 (5), 999-1008, 2007
Genotypes of high competence for somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in soybean Glycine max
T Komatsuda, K Ohyama
Theoretical and applied genetics 75 (5), 695-700, 1988
Evolution of the grain dispersal system in barley
M Pourkheirandish, G Hensel, B Kilian, N Senthil, G Chen, M Sameri, ...
Cell 162 (3), 527-539, 2015
An ATP-binding cassette subfamily G full transporter is essential for the retention of leaf water in both wild barley and rice
G Chen, T Komatsuda, JF Ma, C Nawrath, M Pourkheirandish, A Tagiri, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (30), 12354-12359, 2011
TILLING in the two-rowed barley cultivar'Barke'reveals preferred sites of functional diversity in the gene HvHox1
S Gottwald, P Bauer, T Komatsuda, U Lundqvist, N Stein
BMC research notes 2 (1), 258, 2009
The domestication of cultivated barley
R von Bothmer, K Sato, T Komatsuda, S Yasuda, G Fischbeck
Diversity in barley (Hordeum vulgare), 9-27, 2003
Development of STS markers closely linked to the vrs1 locus in barley, Hordeum vulgare
T Komatsuda, I Nakamura, F Takaiwa, S Oka
Genome 41 (5), 680-685, 1998
Mapping quantitative trait loci associated with regeneration ability of seed callus in rice, Oryza sativa L.
F Taguchi-Shiobara, SY Lin, K Tanno, T Komatsuda, M Yano, T Sasaki, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95 (5-6), 828-833, 1997
The domestication syndrome genes responsible for the major changes in plant form in the Triticeae crops
S Sakuma, B Salomon, T Komatsuda
Plant and Cell Physiology 52 (5), 738-749, 2011
Six-rowed spike4 (Vrs4) controls spikelet determinacy and row-type in barley
R Koppolu, N Anwar, S Sakuma, A Tagiri, U Lundqvist, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (32), 13198-13203, 2013
A phylogenetic analysis based on nucleotide sequence of a marker linked to the brittle rachis locus indicates a diphyletic origin of barley
P Azhaguvel, T Komatsuda
Annals of Botany 100 (5), 1009-1015, 2007
Genetics of callus proliferation and shoot differentiation in barley
T Komatsuda, S Enomoto, K Nakajima
Journal of Heredity 80 (5), 345-350, 1989
Phylogeny in the genus Hordeum based on nucleotide sequences closely linked to the vrs1 locus (row number of spikelets)
T Komatsuda, K Tanno, B Salomon, T Bryngelsson, R Bothmer
Genome 42 (5), 973-981, 1999
High-density AFLP map of nonbrittle rachis 1 (btr1) and 2 (btr2) genes in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
T Komatsuda, P Maxim, N Senthil, Y Mano
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109 (5), 986-995, 2004
Genetic mapping of a quantitative trait locus (QTL) that enhances the shoot differentiation rate in Hordeum vulgare L.
T Komatsuda, T Annaka, S Oka
Theoretical and applied genetics 86 (6), 713-720, 1993
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