2021

Publications in peer-reviewed journals

Emeriewen, O. F.; Flachowsky, H.; Peil, A. (2021): Characterization of genomic DNA sequence of the candidate gene for FB_Mfu10 associated with fire blight resistance in Malus species. BMC Research Notes 14(1): 6 Seiten.

Emeriewen, O.F.; Richter, K.; Flachowsky, H.; Malnoy M.; Peil, A. (2021): Genetic Analysis and Fine Mapping of the Fire Blight Resistance Locus of Malus xarnoldiana on Linkage Group 12 Reveal First Candidate Genes. Frontiers in Plant Science : 667133.

Wöhner, T. W.; Emeriewen, O. F.; Wittenberg, A. H. J.; Schneiders, H.; Vrijenhoek, I.; Halász, J.; Hrotkó, K.; Hoff, K. J.; Gabriel, L.; Lempe, J.; Keilwagen, J.; Berner, T.; Schuster, M.; Peil, A.; Wünsche, J.; Kropop, S.; Flachowsky, H. (2021): The draft chromosome-level genome assembly of tetraploid ground cherry (Prunus fruticosa Pall.) from long reads. Genomics 113(6): 4173-4183.

Wöhner, T.; Emeriewen, O.F.; Höfer, M. (2021): Evidence of apple blotch resistance in wild apple germplasm (Malus spp.) accessions. European Journal of Plant Pathology 159: 441-448.

Publications in non-peer-reviewed scientific papers

Emeriewen, O.F.; Richter, K.; Wensing, A.; Mickael M.,; Peil, A. (2021): Detection of an unstable minor QTL linked to fire blight resistance on linkage group 16 of Malus fusca. bioRxiv .

Wöhner, T.; Emeriewen, O.F.; Wittenberg, A.; Schneiders, H.; Vrijenhoek, I.; Halasz, J.; Hrotko, K.; Hoff, K.; Gabriel, L.; Keilwagen, J.; Berner, T.; Schuster, M.; Peil, A.; Wuensche, J.; Kropop, S.; Flachowsky, H. (2021): The draft chromosome-level genome assembly of tetraploid ground cherry (Prunus fruticosa Pall.) from long reads. bioRxiv .

Contributions to edited volumes

Pinczinger, D.; Reth, M. von; Keilwagen, J.; Berner, T.; Peil, A.; Flachowsky, H.; Emeriewen, O. F. (2021): Mapping of the waxy bloom gene in ‘Black Jewel’ in a parental linkage map of ‘Black Jewel’ × ‘Glen Ample’ (Rubus) interspecific population. : 13th Young Scientists Meeting 2021 : 11th – 13th October - Abstracts - (Berichte aus dem Julius Kühn-Institut 213), Quedlinburg, 34.

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