Andrew Doust
Andrew Doust
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TitleCited byYear
Reference genome sequence of the model plant Setaria
JL Bennetzen, J Schmutz, H Wang, R Percifield, J Hawkins, AC Pontaroli, ...
Nature biotechnology 30 (6), 555, 2012
5192012
Current perspectives and the future of domestication studies
G Larson, DR Piperno, RG Allaby, MD Purugganan, L Andersson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6139-6146, 2014
3032014
Foxtail millet: a sequence-driven grass model system
AN Doust, EA Kellogg, KM Devos, JL Bennetzen
Plant Physiology 149 (1), 137-141, 2009
2522009
Genetic control of branching in foxtail millet
AN Doust, KM Devos, MD Gadberry, MD Gale, EA Kellogg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (24), 9045-9050, 2004
1452004
Primaclade—a flexible tool to find conserved PCR primers across multiple species
MD Gadberry, ST Malcomber, AN Doust, EA Kellogg
Bioinformatics 21 (7), 1263-1264, 2004
1412004
Inflorescence diversification in the panicoid “bristle grass” clade (Paniceae, Poaceae): evidence from molecular phylogenies and developmental morphology
AN Doust, EA Kellogg
American Journal of Botany 89 (8), 1203-1222, 2002
1372002
Gene loss and silencing in Tragopogon miscellus (Asteraceae): comparison of natural and synthetic allotetraploids
RJA Buggs, AN Doust, JA Tate, J Koh, K Soltis, FA Feltus, AH Paterson, ...
Heredity 103 (1), 73, 2009
1332009
Architectural evolution and its implications for domestication in grasses
A Doust
Annals of Botany 100 (5), 941-950, 2007
1082007
The genetic basis for inflorescence variation between foxtail and green millet (Poaceae)
AN Doust, KM Devos, MD Gadberry, MD Gale, EA Kellogg
Genetics 169 (3), 1659-1672, 2005
762005
Grass architecture: genetic and environmental control of branching
AN Doust
Current opinion in plant biology 10 (1), 21-25, 2007
692007
Genetic control and comparative genomic analysis of flowering time in Setaria (Poaceae)
M Mauro-Herrera, X Wang, H Barbier, TP Brutnell, KM Devos, AN Doust
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 3 (2), 283-295, 2013
572013
Synthetic polyploids of Tragopogon miscellus and T. mirus (Asteraceae): 60 Years after Ownbey's discovery
JA Tate, VV Symonds, AN Doust, RJA Buggs, E Mavrodiev, LC Majure, ...
American Journal of Botany 96 (5), 979-988, 2009
572009
Effect of genotype and environment on branching in weedy green millet (Setaria viridis) and domesticated foxtail millet (Setaria italica) (Poaceae)
AN Doust, EA Kellogg
Molecular ecology 15 (5), 1335-1349, 2006
512006
Congruence, Conflict, and Polyploidization Shown by Nuclear and Chloroplast Markers in the Monophyletic''Bristle Clade''(Paniceae, Panicoideae, Poaceae)
AN Doust, AM Penly, SWL Jacobs, EA Kellogg
Systematic Botany 32 (3), 531-544, 2007
492007
Early inflorescence development in the grasses (Poaceae)
EA Kellogg, PEAS Camara, PJ Rudall, P Ladd, ST Malcomber, C Whipple, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 250, 2013
442013
Beyond the single gene: How epistasis and gene-by-environment effects influence crop domestication
AN Doust, L Lukens, KM Olsen, M Mauro-Herrera, A Meyer, K Rogers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6178-6183, 2014
422014
Comparative Sequence Analysis of the Phytochrome C Gene and its Upstream Region in Allohexaploid Wheat Reveals New Data on the Evolution of its Three …
KM Devos, J Beales, Y Ogihara, AN Doust
Plant molecular biology 58 (5), 625-641, 2005
422005
A Naked Grass in the “Bristle Clade”: A Phylogenetic and Developmental Study of Panicum Section Bulbosa (Paniceae: Poaceae)
EC Bess, AN Doust, EA Kellogg
International Journal of Plant Sciences 166 (3), 371-381, 2005
422005
Floral development and molecular phylogeny support the generic status of Tasmannia (Winteraceae)
AN Doust, AN Drinnan
American Journal of Botany 91 (3), 321-331, 2004
392004
Taxonomy, Phylogeny, and Inflorescence Development of the Genus Ixophorus (Panicoideae: Poaceae)
EA Kellogg, KM Hiser, AN Doust
International Journal of Plant Sciences 165 (6), 1089-1105, 2004
382004
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