* Indicates Corresponding Author


Elmore JM, V Velásquez-Zapata, RP Wise*. 2023. Chapter 19. Next-generation yeast two-hybrid screening to discover protein-protein interactions. In Protein-Protein Interactions (Methods in Molecular Biology) Springer. S. Mukhtar, ed. [Full Text] 

Velásquez-Zapata V, JM Elmore, RP Wise*. 2023. Chapter 20. Bioinformatic analysis of yeast-two-hybrid next-generation-interaction-screen data. In Protein-Protein Interactions (Methods in Molecular Biology) Springer. S. Mukhtar, ed. [Full Text]


Wlezien EB, NT Peters, R Wise, N Boury*. 2022. Role of crop genetic diversity on pathogen impact: The tale of two pathogens. CourseSource. DOI: 10.24918/cs.2022.14. [Full Text]

Velásquez-Zapata, V, JM Elmore, G Fuerst, RP Wise*. 2022. An interolog-based barley interactome as an integration framework for immune signaling. Genetics. DOI: 10.1093/genetics/iyac056. [Full Text] [Cover Picture]


Chapman, A, JM Elmore, M McReynolds, J Walley, and RP Wise*. 2021. SGT1-specific domain mutations impair interactions with the barley MLA6 immune receptor in association with loss of NLR protein. MPMI. DOI: 10.1094/MPMI-08-21-0217-R. [Full Text]

Banerjee, S, P Bhandary, M Woodhouse, TZ Sen, RP Wise, and CM Andorf*. 2021. FINDER: an automated software package to annotate eukaryotic genes from RNA-Seq data and associated protein sequences. BMC Bioinformatics 22 (205). DOI: 10.1186/s12859-021-04120-9. [Full Text]

Velásquez-Zapata, V, JM Elmore, S Banerjee, KS Dorman, RP Wise*. 2021. Next-generation yeast-two-hybrid analysis with Y2H-SCORES identifies novel interactors of the MLA immune receptor. PLOS Computational Biology 17(4): e1008890. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008890. [Full Text]


Chapman, AVE, M Hunt, P Surana, V Velásquez-Zapata, W Xu, G Fuerst, and RP Wise*. 2020. Disruption of barley immunity to powdery mildew by an in-frame Lys-Leu deletion in the essential protein SGT1. Genetics 217 (2), iyaa026. DOI: 10.1093/genetics/iyaa026. [Full Text].

Banerjee, S, V Velásquez-Zapata, G Fuerst, JM Elmore, and RP Wise*. 2020. NGPINT: A Next-generation protein-protein interaction software. Briefings in Bioinformatics. bbaa351. DOI: 10.1093/bib/bbaa351. [Full Text].

Velásquez-Zapata, V, JM Elmore, S Banerjee, KS Dorman, and RP Wise*. 2020. Y2H-SCORES: A statistical framework to infer protein-protein interactions from next-generation yeast-two-hybrid sequence data. BiorXiv. DOI: 10.1101/2020.09.08.288365. [Full Text].


Hunt, M, S Banerjee, P Surana, M Liu, G Fuerst, S Mathioni, BC Meyers, D Nettleton, and RP Wise*. 2019. Small RNA discovery in the interaction between barley and the powdery mildew pathogen. BMC Genomics 20 (610): 1-21. DOI: 10.1186/s12864-019-5947-z. [Full Text].

Carter, ME, M Helm, A Chapman, E Wan, AMR Sierra, R Innes*, AJ Bogdanove*, RP Wise. 2019. Convergent evolution of effector protease recognition by Arabidopsis and barley. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. DOI: 10.1094/MPMI-07-18-0202-FI. [Full Text].


Carter, ME, AJ Bogdanove*, RW Innes, and RP Wise. 2018. A confounding effect of bacterial titer in a type III delivery–based assay of eukaryotic effector function. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 31 (11): 1115-1116. DOI: 10.1094/MPMI-05-18-0128-LE. [Full Text].

Elmore JM, D Perovic, F Ordon, P Schweizer, RP Wise*. 2018. A Genomic View of Biotic Stress Resistance. In: N Stein, G Muehlbauer (eds) The Barley Genome. Compendium of Plant Genomes. Springer, Cham. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-92528-8_14. [Full Text].


Mistry, D, RP Wise, and JA Dickerson*. 2017. DiffSLC: A graph centrality method to detect essential proteins of a protein-protein interaction network. PLOS ONE 12 (11): e0187091. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0187091. [Full Text].

Surana, P, R Xu, G Fuerst, AVE Chapman, D Nettleton, and RP Wise*. 2017. Inter-chromosomal transfer of immune regulation during infection of barley with the powdery mildew pathogen. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (10): 3317-3329. DOI: 10.1534/g3.117.300125. [Full Text].


Lu, X, B Kracher, IML Saur, S Bauer, SR Ellwood, R Wise, T Yaeno, T Maekawa*, and P Schulze-Lefert*. 2016. Allelic barley MLA immune receptors recognize sequence-unrelated avirulence effectors of the powdery mildew pathogen. PNAS 113 (42): E6486-E6495. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1612947113. [Full Text].

Zuo, T, J Zhang, A Lithio, S Dash, DF Weber, R Wise, D Nettleton, T Peterson*. 2016. Genes and small RNA transcripts exhibit dosage-dependent expression pattern in maize copy-number alterations. GENETICS 203 (3): 1133-1147. DOI: 10.1534/genetics.116.188235. [Full Text].

McGhee, L, N Hayes, R Schuck, L Maffin, G Hall, T Hubbard, E Whigham, G Fuerst, and RP Wise*. 2016. iTAG Barley: A grade 7-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe barley (version 6). Digital iBook for iPAD. [Teacher EditionStudent Edition].


Muñoz-Amatriaín, M, S Lonardi, M Luo, K Madishetty, JT Svensson, MJ Moscou, S Wanamaker, T Jiang, A Kleinhofs, GJ Muehlbauer, RP Wise, N Stein, Y Ma, E Rodriguez, D Kudrna, PR Bhat, S Chao, P Condamine, S Heinen, J Resnik, R Wing, HN Witt, M Alpert, M Beccuti, S Bozdag, F Cordero, H Mirebrahim, R Ounit, Y Wu, F You, J Zheng, H Šimková, J Doležel, J Grimwood, J Schmutz, D Duma, L Altschmied, T Blake, P Bregitzer, L Cooper, M Dilbirligi, A Falk, L Feiz, A Graner, P Gustafson, PM Hayes, P Lemaux, J Mammadov and TJ Close. 2015. Sequencing of 15,622 gene-bearing BACs clarifies the gene-dense regions of the barley genome. The Plant Journal 84 (1): 216-227. DOI: 10.1111/tpj.12959. [Full Text]

Xu W, Y Meng, P Surana, G Fuerst, D Nettleton, and RP Wise*. 2015. The knottin-like Blufensin family regulates genes involved in nuclear import and the secretory pathway in barley-powdery mildew interactions. Front. Plant Sci. 6: 409. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00409. [Full Text]

Whigham, E, S Qi, D Mistry, P Surana, R Xu, GS Fuerst, C Pliego, LV Bindschedler, P Spanu, JA Dickerson, R Innes, D Nettleton, AJ Bogdanove, and RP Wise*. 2015. Broadly conserved fungal effector BEC1019 suppresses host cell death and enhances pathogen virulence in powdery mildew of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 28 (9): 968-983. DOI: 10.1094/MPMI-02-15-0027-FI. [Full Text]

McGhee, L, N Hayes, R Schuck, L Maffin, G Hall, T Hubbard, E Whigham, G Fuerst, and RP Wise*. 2015. iTAG Barley: A grade 7-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe barley (version 5). Digital iBook for iPAD [Teacher EditionStudent Edition].


Liu, J, X Cheng, D Liu, W Xu, R Wise, Q Shen*. 2014. The miR9863 family regulates distinct Mla alleles in barley to attenuate NLR receptor-triggered disease resistance and cell-death signaling. PLoS Genetics 10 (12): e1004755. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004755. [Full Text]

Cernadas, RA, EL Doyle, DO Niño-Liu, KE Wilkins, T Bancroft, L Wang, CL Schmidt, R Caldo, B Yang, FF White, D Nettleton, RP Wise, and AJ Bogdanove*. 2014. Code-assisted discovery of TAL effector targets in bacterial leaf streak of rice reveals contrast with bacterial blight and a novel susceptibility gene. PLoS Pathogens 10 (2): e1003972. DOI 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003972. [Full Text]

Wise, RP*, P Surana, G Fuerst, D Mistry, J Dickerson, and D Nettleton. 2014. Flor revisited (again): eQTL and mutational analysis of NB-LRR mediated immunity to powdery mildew in barley. Journal of Integrated Agriculture 13 (2): 237-243. (Special Focus Issue -The Hot Spots in Cereal Rusts and Powdery Mildew Research: 13th International Cereal Rusts and Powdery Mildews conference, Beijing, China). [Full Text] [Cover Picture]

Xu, W, Y Meng, and RP Wise*. 2014. Mla- and Rom1-mediated control of microRNA398 and chloroplast copper/zinc superoxide dismutase regulates cell death in response to the barley powdery mildew fungus. New Phytologist 201 (4): 1396-1412: DOI: 10.1111/nph.12598. [Full Text] [Cover Picture]


Hayes, N, L Maffin, L McGhee, G Hall, T Hubbard, E Whigham, and RP Wise*. 2013. iTAG Barley: A 9-12 curriculum to explore inheritance of traits and genes using Oregon Wolfe barley. Digital iBook for iPAD. [New updated editions: McGhee et al. 2015. [TeacherStudent]

Mascher, M, GJ Muehlbauer, DS Rokhsar, J Chapman, J Schmutz, K Barry, M Muñoz-Amatriaín, TJ Close, RP Wise, AH Schulman, A Himmelbach, KFX Mayer, U Scholz, JA Poland, N Stein*, R Waugh. 2013. Anchoring and ordering NGS contig assemblies by population sequencing (POPSEQ). The Plant Journal 76 (4): 718-727: DOI 10.1111/tpj.12319. [Full Text]

Kronmiller, BA and RP Wise*. 2013. TEnest 2.0: Computational annotation and visualization of nested transposable elements. In "Methods in Molecular Biology: Plant Transposable Elements" T Peterson, Ed. Vol. 1057. pp. 305-320. Springer, New York. DOI 10.1007/978-1-62703-568-2_22. [Full Text]

Ballini, E, N Lauter, and R Wise*. 2013. Prospects for advancing defense to cereal rusts through genetical genomics. Frontiers in Plant Science 4: 117: DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00117. [Full Text]

Pliego, C, D Nowara, G Bonciani, DM Gheorghe, R Xu, P Surana, E Whigham, D Nettleton, AJ Bogdanove, RP Wise, P Schweizer, LV Bindschedler, P Spanu*. 2013. Host-Induced Gene Silencing in barley powdery mildew reveals a class of ribonuclease-like effectors. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 26 (6): 633-642: DOI: 10.1094/MPMI-01-13-0005-R. [Full Text]


International Barley Sequencing Consortium - Mayer, K, R Waugh, P Langridge, TJ Close, RP Wise, A Graner, T Matsumoto, K Sato, A Schulman, GJ Muehlbaueer, N Stein, R Ariyadasa, D Schulte, N Poursarebani, R Zhou, B Steuernagel, M Mascher, U Scholz, B Shi, K Madishetty, JT Svensson, P Bhat, M Moscou, J Resnik, P Hedley, H Liu, J Morris, Z Frenkel, A Korol, H Berges, S Taudien, M Felder, M Groth, M Platzer, A Himmelbach, S Lonardi, D Duma, M Alpert, F Cordero, M Beccuti, G Ciardo, Y Ma, S Wanamaker, F Cattonaro, V Vendramin, S Scalabrin, S Radovic, R Wing, M Morgante, T Nussbaumer, H Gundlach, M Martis, JA Poland, M Spannagl, M Pfeifer, C Moisy, J Tanskanen, A Zuccolo, J Russell, A Druka, D Marshall, M Bayer, D Sampath, M Febrer, M Caccamo, T Tanaka, M Platzer, G Fincher, and T Schmutzer. 2012. A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome. Nature 491: 711-716: DOI: 10.1038/nature11543. [Full Text] [USDA News Release] [ISU News Release]

Meng, Y, and RP Wise*. 2012. HvWRKY10, HvWRKY19, and HvWRKY28 regulate Mla-triggered immunity and basal defense to barley powdery mildew. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 25 (11): 1492-1505: . [Full Text] [Cover Picture]

Blake, VC*, JG Kling, PM Hayes, J Jannink, SR Jillella, J Lee, DE Matthews, S Chao, TJ Close, GJ Muehlbauer, KP Smith, RP Wise, and JA Dickerson. 2012. The Hordeum toolbox: the barley coordinated agricultural project genotype and phenotype resource. The Plant Genome 5 (2): 81-91: DOI: 10.3835/plantgenome2012.03.0002. [Full Text] [Cover Picture]

Moeller, JR, MJ Moscou, T Bancroft, RW Skadsen, RP Wise, and SA Whitham*. 2012. Differential accumulation of host mRNAs on polyribosomes during obligate pathogen-plant interactions. Molecular BioSystems 2012: DOI: 10.1039/c2mb25014d. [Full Text]

Maffin, L, G Hall, T Hubbard, E Whigham, RP Wise*. (2012). "iTAG Barley: A 9-12 classroom module to explore gene expression and segregation using Oregon Wolfe Barley". K-12 resource posted at the American Society of Plant Biologists. [Teacher EditionStudent Edition].

Dash, S, J Van Hemert, L Hong, RP Wise, and JA Dickerson*. 2012. PLEXdb: gene expression resources for plants and plant pathogens. Nucleic Acids Research 40 (D1): D1194-D1201. [Full Text]


Meyer, J, D Pei, and RP Wise*. 2011. Rf8-mediated T-urf13 transcript accumulation coincides with a pentatricopeptide repeat cluster on maize chromosome 2L. The Plant Genome 4 (3): 283-299. [Full Text] [Cover Picture]

Moscou, MJ, N Lauter, B Steffenson, and RP Wise*. 2011. Quantitative and qualitative stem rust resistance factors in barley are associated with transcriptional suppression of defense regulons. PLoS Genet 7 (7): e1002208. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1002208. [Full Text]

**Selected as Featured Research (August 2, 2011).

Moscou, MJ, N Lauter, RA Caldo, D Nettleton, and RP Wise*. 2011. Quantitative and temporal definition of the Mla transcriptional regulon during barley-powdery mildew interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 24(6): 694-705 DOI: 10.1094/MPMI-09-10-0211. [Full Text]


Wise, RP*, Y Meng, MJ Moscou, and W Xu. 2010. Regulators of innate immunity in cereal-fungal interactions. in Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 7. H. Antoun, T. Avis, L. Brisson, D. Prévost, and M. Trepanier, eds. International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St. Paul, MN. [Full Text]

Abebe, T*, K Melmaiee, V Berg, and RP Wise. 2010. Drought response in the spikes of barley: gene expression in the lemma, palea, awn, and seed. Functional & Integrative Genomics 10: 191-205 DOI 10.1007/s10142-009-0149-4. [Full Text]


Xi, L, MJ Moscou, Y Meng, W Xu, RA Caldo, M Shaver, D Nettleton, and RP Wise*. 2009. Transcript-based cloning of RRP46, a regulator of rRNA processing and R gene–independent cell death in barley–powdery mildew interactions. The Plant Cell 21: 3280-3295. [Full Text]

**Highlighted as an “In Brief” by Jennifer Mach. 2009. Loss of an exosome complex component potentiates R-gene independent cell death in barley. The Plant Cell 21 (10):2986.

Zhou S, F Wei, J Nguyen, M Bechner, K Potamousis, S Goldstein, L Pape, MR Mehan, C Churas, S Pasternak, DK Forrest, R Wise, D Ware, RA Wing, MS Waterman, M Livny, and DC Schwartz*. 2009. A single molecule scaffold for the maize genome. PLoS Genetics 5 (11): 1-14. [Full Text]

Wang, K*, B Frame, X Xu, L Moeller, K Lamkey, and R Wise. 2009. Strategies for the production of maize-derived pharmaceuticals using cytoplasmic male sterile lines: in vitro tissue culture/transformation and field breeding approaches. Maydica 54: 199-210. [Full Text]

Abebe, T*, RP Wise, and RW Skadsen. 2009. Comparative transcriptional profiling established the awn as the major photosynthetic organ of the barley spike while the lemma and the palea primarily protect the seed. The Plant Genome 2 (3): 247-259. [Full Text]

Kronmiller, BA and RP Wise*. 2009. Computational finishing of large sequence contigs reveals interspersed nested repeats and gene islands in the rf1-associated region of maize. Plant Physiology 151: 483-495. [Full Text]

Schreiber, AW*, T Sutton, RA Caldo, E Kalashyan, B Lovell, G Mayo, GJ Muehlbauer, A Druka, R Waugh, RP Wise, P Langridge, and U Baumann. 2009. Comparative transcriptomics in the Triticeae. BMC Genomics 10: 285. [Full Text]

Wise, RP*, N Lauter, L Szabo, and P Schweizer. 2009. Genomics of Biotic Interactions in the Triticeae. In C. Feuillet and G. Muehlbauer (Eds.), Genetics and Genomics of the Triticeae. Vol. 7 (pp. 559-589). New York: Springer.

Hu, P, Y Meng, and RP Wise*. 2009. Functional contribution of chorismate synthase, anthranilate synthase, and chorismate mutase to penetration resistance in barley-powdery mildew interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 22 (3): 311-320. [Full Text]

**Chosen as MPMI Editor's Pick

Meng, Y, MJ Moscou, and RP Wise*. 2009. Blufensin1 negatively impacts basal defense in response to barley powdery mildew. Plant Physiology 149: 271-285. [Full Text]

Schulte, D, TJ Close, A Graner, P Langridge, T Matsumoto, G. Muehlbauer, K Sato, AH Schulman, R Waugh, RP Wise, and N Stein*. 2009. The international barley sequencing consortium—at the threshold of efficient access to the barley genome. Plant Physiology 149: 142-147. [Full Text]


Druka, A, I Druka, AG Centeno, H Li, Z Sun, W Thomas, N Bonar, BJ Steffenson, SE Ullrich, A Kleinhofs, RP Wise, TJ Close, E Potokina, Z Luo, C Wagner, GF Schweizer, DF Marshall, MJ Kearsey, RW Williams, and R Waugh. 2008. Towards systems genetic analyses in barley: Integration of phenotypic, expression and genotype data into GeneNetwork. BMC Genetics 9: 73. [Full Text]

Moscou, M, RA Caldo, N Lauter, and RP Wise*. 2008. Construction of coexpression networks to explore barley-powdery mildew interactions. In Plant-Microbe Interactions: Molecular and Genetic Perspectives St. Paul, MN: International Society of Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. [Abstract]

Druka, A, E Potokina, ZW Luo, N Bonar, I Druka, L Zhang, DF Marshall, B Steffenson, T Close, RP Wise, A Kleinhofs, RW Williams, MJ Kearsey, and R Waugh. 2008. Exploiting regulatory variation to identify genes underlying loci of quantitative resistance to the wheat stem rust pathogen Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117: 261-272. [Full Text]

Potokina, E, A Druka, Z Luo, M Moscou, R Wise, R Waugh, and M Kearsey. 2008. Tissue-dependent limited pleiotropy affects gene expression in barley. Plant Journal 56 (2): 287-296. [Full Text]

Hu, P and RP Wise*. 2008. Diversification of Lrk/Tak kinase gene clusters is associated with subfunctionalization and cultivar-specific transcript accumulation in barley. Functional & Integrative Genomics 8 (3): 199-209. [Full Text]

Kronmiller, BA and RP Wise*. 2008. TEnest: Automated chronological annotation and visualization of nested plant transposable elements. Plant Physiology 146: 45-59. [Full Text] [Cover Picture]

Potokina, E, A Druka, Z Luo, R Wise, R Waugh, and M Kearsey. 2008. Gene expression quantitative trait locus analysis of 16,000 barley genes reveals a complex pattern of genome-wide transcriptional regulation. The Plant Journal 53 (1): 90-101. [Full Text]


Wise, RP*, RA Caldo, L Hong, L Shen, EK Cannon, and JA Dickerson. 2007. BarleyBase/PLEXdb: A unified expression profiling database for plants and plant pathogens. In Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 406, Plant Bioinformatics - Methods and Protocols (Edwards, D. ed. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, pp. 347-363. [Full Text]

Wise, RP*, MJ Moscou, AJ Bogdanove, and SA Whitham. 2007. Transcript profiling in host-pathogen interactions. Annual Review of Phytopathology 45: 329-369. [Full Text]

Luo ZW, E Potokina, A Druka, R Wise, R Waugh, and MJ Kearsey. 2007. SFP genotyping from Affymetrix arrays is robust but largely detects cis-acting expression regulators. Genetics 176: 789-800. [Full Text]


Caldo, RA, D Nettleton, and RP Wise*. 2006. Interplay of gene-specific disease resistance, basal defense, and the suppression of host-responses to barley powdery mildew. In Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions (Frederico Sanchez, C.Q., Isabel Lopez-Lara, Otto Geiger. ed. St. Paul, MN: International Society of Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, pp. 620-624. [Full Text]

Caldo RA, D Nettleton, J Peng, and RP Wise*. 2006. Stage-specific suppression of basal defense discriminates barley plants containing fast- and delayed-acting Mla powdery mildew resistance alleles. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 19 (9): 939-947. [Full Text]

Rossi C, A Cuesta-Marcos, I Vales, L Gomez-Pando, G Orjeda, R Wise, K Sato, K Hori, F Capettini, H Vivar, X Chen, and P Hayes. 2006. Mapping multiple disease resistance genes using a barley mapping population evaluated in Peru, Mexico, and the USA. Molecular Breeding 18 (4): 355-366. [Full Text]

Nettleton D, JTG Hwang, RA Caldo, and RP Wise. 2006. Estimating the number of true null hypotheses from a histogram of p-values. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 11 (3): 337-356. [Full Text]

Kirst M, R Caldo, P Casati, G Tanimoto, V Walbot, RP Wise, and ES Buckler. 2006. Genetic diversity contribution to errors in short oligonucleotide microarray analysis. Plant Biotechnology Journal 4: 489-498. [Full Text]

Druka A, G Muehlbauer, I Druka, R Caldo, U Baumann, N Rostoks, A Schreiber, RP Wise, T Close, A Kleinhofs, A Graner, A Schulman, P Langridge, K Sato, P Hayes, J McNicol, D Marshall, and R Waugh. 2006. An atlas of gene expression from seed to seed through barley development. Functional & Integrative Genomics 6: 202-211. [Full Text]

Halterman, DA and RP Wise*. 2006. Upstream open reading frames of the barley Mla13 powdery mildew resistance gene function co-operatively to down-regulate translation. Molecular Plant Pathology 7 (3): 167-176. [Full Text]


Shen, L, J Gong, RA Caldo, D Nettleton, D Cook, RP Wise, and JA Dickerson*. 2005. BarleyBase-an expression profiling database for plant genomics. Nucleic Acids Research 33: D614-D618. [Full Text]


Caldo, RA, D Nettleton and RP Wise*. 2004. Interaction-dependent gene expression in Mla-specified response to barley powdery mildew. Plant Cell 16: 2514-2528. [Abstract]

**Highlighted "In This Issue" by Nancy A. Eckardt. 2004. Cutting edge transcriptome analysis: It's all about design. The Plant Cell 16: 2249-2251.

Close, TJ, S Wanamaker, R Caldo, SM Turner, DA Ashlock, JA Dickerson, RA Wing, GJ Muehlbauer, A Kleinhofs and RP Wise*. 2004. A new resource for cereal genomics: 22K barley GeneChip comes of age. Plant Physiology 134: 960-968. [Abstract]

Halterman, D and RP Wise*. 2004. A single amino acid substitution in the sixth leucine-rich repeat of barley MLA6 and MLA13 alleviates dependence on RAR1 for disease resistance signaling. Plant Journal 38: 215-226. [Abstract] [Cover Picture]


Halterman, D, F Wei, and RP Wise*. 2003. Powdery mildew induced Mla mRNAs are alternatively spliced and contain multiple upstream open reading frames. Plant Physiology 131: 558-567. [Abstract]

Cui, XQ, A-P Hsia, F Liu, DA Ashlock, RP Wise, and PS Schnable*. 2003. Alternative transcription initiation sites and polyadenylation sites are recruited during Mu suppression at the rf2a locus in maize. Genetics 163: 685-698.[Abstract]


Wei, F, R Wing, and RP Wise*. 2002. Genome dynamics and evolution of the Mla (powdery mildew) resistance locus in barley. Plant Cell 14: 1903-1917. [Full Text] 

Wise, RP*, DR Pring. 2002. Nuclear-mediated mitochondrial gene regulation and male fertility in higher plants: Light at the end of the tunnel? PNAS 99:10240-10242. [Full Text]

Halterman, D, F Zhou, F Wei, RP Wise*, and P Schulze-Lefert. 2001. The MLA6 coiled-coil, NBS-LRR protein confers AvrMla6-dependent resistance specificity to Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei in barley and wheatPlant Journal 25: 335-348. [Abstract]

Zhou, F, J Kurth, F Wei, C Elliott, G Valè, N Yahiaoui, B Keller, S Somerville, R Wise, and P Schulze-Lefert*. 2001. Cell-autonomous expression of barley Mla1 confers race-specific resistance to the powdery mildew fungus via a Rar1 independent signaling pathway. Plant Cell 13: 337-350. [Abstract]

Yu, GX, Braun, E, and RP Wise*. 2001. Rds and Rih mediate hypersensitive cell death independent of gene-for-gene resistance to the oat crown rust pathogen, Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 14: 1376-1383. [Abstract] [Cover Picture]

Yu, GX and RP Wise*. 2000. An anchored AFLP and retrotransposon-based map of diploid Avena. Genome 43: 736-749. [Abstract]

Wise, RP*. 2000. Disease resistance: What’s brewing in barley genomics. Plant Disease 84: 1160-1170. [Full Text]

Yu, Y, JP Tomkins, R Waugh, DA Frisch, D Kudrna, A Kleinhofs, RS Brueggeman, GJ Muehlbauer, RP Wise,·and RA Wing*. 2000. A bacterial artificial chromosome library for barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and the identification of clones containing putative resistance genes. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 7: 1093-1099. [Abstract]

Wise, RP*, F Wei, and R Wing. 2000. Sequence Analysis of the 270-kb Mla-Spanning Region Reveals Coupled Defense Gene Families. Proceedings of the 8th International Barley Genetics Symposium. Vol. II, pp. 208-210. Adelaide, Australia.

Gobelman-Werner, K and RP Wise*. 2000. RAPD-derived markers flanking the Mla resistance gene cluster in barley. Journal of Agricultural Genomics. [Full Text]

Kianian SF*, SL Fox , S Groh, N Tinker, LS O’Donoughue , PJ Rayapati RP Wise, M Lee, ME Sorrells, SD Tanksley, G Fedak, SJ Molnar, HW Rines and RL Phillips. 2000. Molecular marker linkage maps in diploid and hexaploid oat (Avena sp.). DNA-based markers in plants’, 2nd edition. R.L. Phillips and I.K. Vasil. Chapter 25 pp.443-462.

Wise, RP*, K Gobelman-Werner, P Deqing, CL Dill, and PS Schnable. 1999. Mitochondrial transcript processing and restoration of male fertility in T-cytoplasm maize. Presented at the 1998 American Genetics Association Symposium "Plant Mitochondrial Genetics and Molecular Biology" for the Journal of Heredity 90: 380-385. [Abstract]

Wise, RP, CR Bronson, PS Schnable, and HT Horner*. 1999. The genetics, pathology and molecular biology of T-cytoplasm male sterility in maize. Advances in Agronomy 65: 79-130. [Full Text]

Wei, F, K Gobelman-Werner, SM Morroll, J Kurth, L Mao, R Wing, D Leister, P Schulze-Lefert, and RP Wise*. 1999. The Mla (powdery mildew) resistance cluster is associated with three NBS-LRR gene families and suppressed recombination within a 240-kb DNA interval on chromosome 5S (1HS) of barley. Genetics 153: 1929-1948. [Abstract]

Bush, AL and RP Wise*. 1998. High resolution mapping adjacent to the Pc71 crown-rust resistance locus in hexaploid oat. Molecular Breeding 4: 13-21. [Full Text]

Schnable, PS* and RP Wise*. 1998. The molecular basis of cytoplasmic male sterility and fertility restoration. Trends in Plant Science 3: 175-180. [Full Text]

Dill, CL, RP Wise*, and PS Schnable. 1997. Rf8 and Rf* mediate unique T-urf13-transcript accumulation, revealing a conserved motif associated with RNA processing and restoration of pollen fertility in T-cytoplasm maize. Genetics 147: 1367-1379. [Abstract]

Bush, AL and RP Wise*. 1996. Crown rust resistance loci on linkage groups 4 and 13 in cultivated oat. Journal of Heredity 87: 427-432. [Full Text]

Wise, RP*, M Lee, and PJ Rayapati. 1996. Recombination within a 5-cM region in diploid Avena reveals multiple specificities conferring resistance to Puccinia coronata. Phytopathology 86: 340-346.

Yu, GX, AL Bush, and RP Wise*. 1996. Comparative mapping of homoeologous group 1 regions and genes for resistance to obligate biotrophs in Avena, Hordeum, and Zea mays. Genome 39: 155-164. [Abstract]

DeScenzo, RD and RP Wise*. 1996. Variation in the ratio of physical to genetic distance in intervals adjacent to the Mla locus on barley chromosome 1H. Molecular & General Genetics 251: 472-482. [Abstract]

Wise, RP*, CL Dill, and PS Schnable. 1996. Mutator-induced mutations of the rf1 nuclear fertility restorer of T-cytoplasm maize alter the accumulation of T-urf13 mitochondrial transcripts. Genetics 143: 1383-1394. [Abstract]

Cui, XQ, RP Wise, and PS Schnable*. 1996. The rf2 nuclear restorer gene of male-sterile, T-cytoplasm maize. Science 272: 1334-1336. [Abstract]

Gregory, JG and RP Wise*. 1994. Linkage of genes conferring specific resistance to oat crown rust in diploid Avena. Genome 37: 92-96. [Abstract]

Schnable PS and RP Wise. 1994. Recovery of heritable, transposon-induced, mutant alleles of the rf2 nuclear restorer of T-cytoplasm maize. Genetics 136: 1171-1185. [Full Text]

Wise, RP* and PS Schnable. 1994. Mapping complementary loci in maize: Positioning the rf1 and rf2 nuclear restorer loci in T-cytoplasm male-sterile maize relative to RFLP and visible markers. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 88: 785-795. [Abstract]

Mahadevappa, M, RD DeScenzo, and RP Wise*. 1994. Recombination of alleles conferring specific resistance to powdery mildew at the Mla locus in barley. Genome 37: 460-468. [Abstract]

DeScenzo, RD, RP Wise*, and M Mahadevappa. 1994. High resolution mapping of the Hor1/Mla/Hor2 region on chromosome 5S in barley. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 7: 657-666. [Full Text]

Bush, AL, RP Wise*, PJ Rayapati, and M Lee. 1994. Restriction fragment length polymorphisms linked to genes for resistance to crown rust (Puccinia coronata) in nearly isogenic lines of hexaploid oat (Avena sativa). Genome 37: 823-831. [Abstract]

Rayapati, PJ, J Gregory, M Lee, and RP Wise. 1994. A linkage map of diploid Avena based on RFLP loci and a locus conferring resistance to nine isolates of Puccinia coronata var. avenae. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 89: 831-837. [Abstract]

Penner, GA, AL Bush, RP Wise, W Kim, L Domier, K Kasha, A Laroche, G Scoles, ST Molnar, and G Fedak. 1993. Reproducibility of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis among laboratories. PCR Meth. and Applic. (currently Genome Research) 2: 341-345. [Full Text]

Wise, RP* and KS Gobelman-Werner. 1993. Resistance to oat crown rust in diploid and hexaploid Avena. Plant Disease 77: 355-358. [Full Text]

Glab, N, RP Wise, DR Pring, C Jacq, and P Slonimski. 1990. Expression in S. cerevisiae of a gene associated with cytoplasmic male sterility from maize: Respiratory dysfunction and uncoupling of yeast mitochondria. Mol Gen Genet 223: 24-32. [Abstract]

Wise, RP*, W Rhode, and F Salamini. 1989. Nucleotide sequence of the Bronze 1 homologous gene from Hordeum vulgare. Plant Molecular Biology 14: 277-279. [Abstract]

Pring, DR, BG Gengenbach, and RP Wise. 1988. Recombination is associated with polymorphism of the mitochondrial genomes of maize and sorghum. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 319: 187-198. [Full Text]

Kennell, JC, RP Wise, and DR Pring. 1987. Influence of nuclear background on transcription of a maize mitochondrial region associated with Texas male sterile cytoplasm. Mol Gen Genet 210: 399-406. [Abstract]

Wise, RP*, Pring, DR and Gengenbach, BG. 1987. A mitochondrial open reading frame associated with mutation to male fertility and toxin insensitivity in T- cytoplasm maize. In Molecular Strategies for Crop Protection. UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Vol. 78, pp. 107-114. C. Arntzen and C. Ryan, ed. Alan R. Liss, Inc. New York.

Wise, RP, AE Fliss, DR Pring, and BG Gengenbach. 1987. urf13-T of T-cytoplasm maize mitochondria encodes a 13-kDa polypeptide. Plant Molecular Biology 9: 121-126.

Wise, RP, DR Pring, and BG Gengenbach. 1987. Mutation to male fertility and toxin insensitivity in Texas (T)-cytoplasm maize is associated with a frameshift in a mitochondrial open reading frame. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 84: 2858-2862. [Full Text]

Wise, RP* and AH Ellingboe. 1985. Fine structure and instability of the Mla locus in barley. Genetics 111: 113-130. [Full Text]

Wise, RP* and AH Ellingboe. 1983. Infection kinetics of Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei on barley with different alleles at the Mla locus. Phytopathology 73: 1220-1222. [Full Text]