Thomas Tai
Thomas Tai
Research Geneticist, USDA-ARS Crops Pathology and Genetics Research Unit
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Genetic structure and diversity in Oryza sativa L.
AJ Garris, TH Tai, J Coburn, S Kresovich, S McCouch
Genetics 169 (3), 1631-1638, 2005
Mapping quantitative trait loci for yield, yield components and morphological traits in an advanced backcross population between Oryza rufipogon and the Oryza sativa cultivar …
MJ Thomson, TH Tai, AM McClung, XH Lai, ME Hinga, KB Lobos, Y Xu, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 107 (3), 479-493, 2003
Expression of the Bs2 pepper gene confers resistance to bacterial spot disease in tomato
TH Tai, D Dahlbeck, ET Clark, P Gajiwala, R Pasion, MC Whalen, RE Stall, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (24), 14153-14158, 1999
Discovery of chemically induced mutations in rice by TILLING
BJ Till, J Cooper, TH Tai, P Colowit, EA Greene, S Henikoff, L Comai
BMC plant biology 7 (1), 19, 2007
A rapid and inexpensive method for isolation of total DNA from dehydrated plant tissue
TH Tai, SD Tanksley
Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 8 (4), 297-303, 1990
Identification of quantitative trait loci for yield and yield components in an advanced backcross population derived from the Oryza sativa variety IR64 and the wild relative O …
EM Septiningsih, J Prasetiyono, E Lubis, TH Tai, T Tjubaryat, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 107 (8), 1419-1432, 2003
Discovery of rare mutations in populations: TILLING by sequencing
H Tsai, T Howell, R Nitcher, V Missirian, B Watson, KJ Ngo, M Lieberman, ...
Plant physiology 156 (3), 1257-1268, 2011
Population structure and breeding patterns of 145 US rice cultivars based on SSR marker analysis
H Lu, MA Redus, JR Coburn, JN Rutger, SR McCouch, TH Tai
Crop Science 45 (1), 66-76, 2005
Through the genetic bottleneck: O. ruifpogon as a source of trait-enhancing alleles for O. sativa
SN McCouch, S. R., Sweeney, M., Li, J., Jiang, H., Thomson, M., Septiningsih ...
Euphytica 154, 317-339, 2007
Fine mapping of the qCTS12 locus, a major QTL for seedling cold tolerance in rice
VC Andaya, TH Tai
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 113 (3), 467-475, 2006
Efficient genome-wide detection and cataloging of EMS-induced mutations using exome capture and next-generation sequencing
IM Henry, U Nagalakshmi, MC Lieberman, KJ Ngo, KV Krasileva, ...
The Plant Cell 26 (4), 1382-1397, 2014
Identification of red rice, rice, and hybrid populations using microsatellite markers
DR Gealy, TH Tai, CH Sneller
Weed Science, 333-339, 2002
Development and evaluation of a core subset of the USDA rice germplasm collection
WG Yan, JN Rutger, RJ Bryant, HE Bockelman, RG Fjellstrom, MH Chen, ...
Crop Science 47 (2), 869-876, 2007
Fine mapping of the qCTS4 locus associated with seedling cold tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
VC Andaya, TH Tai
Molecular Breeding 20 (4), 349-358, 2007
Differential response of rice germplasm to straighthead induced by arsenic
W Yan, RH Dilday, TH Tai, JW Gibbons, RW McNew, JN Rutger
Crop Science 45 (4), 1223-1228, 2005
Isolation and characterization of a low phytic acid rice mutant reveals a mutation in the rice orthologue of maize MIK
SI Kim, CB Andaya, JW Newman, SS Goyal, TH Tai
Theoretical and applied genetics 117 (8), 1291, 2008
Evaluation of seedling cold tolerance in rice cultivars: a comparison of visual ratings and quantitative indicators of physiological changes
SI Kim, TH Tai
Euphytica 178 (3), 437-447, 2011
Reference genome-independent assessment of mutation density using restriction enzyme-phased sequencing
J Monson-Miller, DC Sanchez-Mendez, J Fass, IM Henry, TH Tai, L Comai
BMC genomics 13 (1), 72, 2012
Identification of genes necessary for wild-type levels of seed phytic acid in Arabidopsis thaliana using a reverse genetics approach
SI Kim, TH Tai
Molecular Genetics and Genomics 286 (2), 119-133, 2011
The rice OsLpa1 gene encodes a novel protein involved in phytic acid metabolism
SI Kim, CB Andaya, SS Goyal, TH Tai
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 117 (5), 769-779, 2008
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