Publications T. Krugman

    1. Fahima T., G.L. Sun, A. Beharav, T. Krugman, A. Beiles, E. Nevo. 1999. RAPD polymorphism analysis of wild emmer wheat populations, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 98: 434-447.
    2. Y. C. Li, T. Krugman, T. Fahima, A. Beiles, M. S. Röder, A. B. Korol, E. Nevo. 2000. Spatiotemporal allozyme divergence caused by aridity stress in a natural population of wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, at the Ammiad microsite, Israel. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109: 853-864
    3. Y. C. Li, T. Fahima, T Krugman, A. Beiles, M. S. Röder, A. B. Korol, E. Nevo. 2001. Parallel microgeographic genetic diversity and divergence revealed by allozyme, RAPD, and microsatellites in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Conservation Genetics 1: 191-207
    4. Krugman T ., Satish N., Vinogradova O.N., Kashi C.  Nevo E. 2001. Genome diversity in a cyanobacterium Nostoc linckia at “Evolution Canyon”, Israel, revealed by inter-HIP1 size polymorphism. Evolutionary Ecology 3: 899-915
    5. Krugman T#, Satish N. #. Vinogradova O.N., Nevo E., Kashi Y. 2001. Genome evolution of the cyanobacterium Nostoc linckia under sharp microclimatic divergence at “Evolution Canyon”, Israel. Microbial Ecology, 42:306-316 (#both should considered as first authors)
    6. Guoxiong, C. T. Krugman, T. Fahima, A.B. Korol,  E. Nevo. 2002. Comparative study of morphological and physiological traits related to drought resistance between xeric and mesic Hordeum spontaneum lines in Israel. Barley Genetics News Letter 32: 22-33
    7. Zhang, F., Y. Gutterman,. T. Krugman, T. Fahima, E. Nevo. 2002. Differences in primary dormancy and seedling revival ability for some Hordeum spontaneum genotypes of Israel. Isr. J. Plant Sci. 50: 271-276
    8. Chen, G., T. Krugman, T. Fahima, F. Zhang, A.B. Korol, E. Nevo. 2003. Differential patterns of germination and desiccation tolerance of mesic and xeric wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) in Israel. Journal of Arid Environments 56:95-105
    9. Chen G., Sagi M., Song W., Krugman T., Fahima T., Korol A.B., Nevo E., 2004. Wild barley eibi1 mutation identifies a gene essential for leaf water conservation. Planta 219: 684-693
    10. Chen G., Suprunova T., Krugman T., Fahima T.,  E. Nevo. 2004. Ecogeographic and genetic determinants of kernel weight and color of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, populations in Israel. Seed Science Research, 14: 137-146
    11. Suprunova, T.#, Krugman# T., T. Fahima, C. Guoxiong, I. Shams, A.B. Korol,  E. Nevo. 2004. Differntial expression of dehydrin (Dhn) in responses to water stress in resistant and sensitive wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum). Plant Cell and Environment 27: 1297-1308 (#both should be considered as first authors).
    12. Peleg Z., Fahima T., Abbo S., Krugman T., Nevo E., Yakir D.  Saranga Y. 2005. Genetic diversity for drought resistance in wild emmer wheat and its ecogeographical association. Plant Cell & Environment 28: 176-191
    13. Cheng J, Yan J, Krugman T,  Fahima T. 2005. Application of fluorescence-based resistance gene analog analysis for genotyping plant genetic resources. Biotechnology Letters 27: 83–89.
    14. Zhang F, Chen G, Huang Q, Orion O, Krugman T, Fahima T, Korol AB,  Nevo E, Gutterman Y. 2005. Genetic basis of barley caryopsis dormancy and seedling desiccation tolerance at the germination stage. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 110: 445-453.
    15. Suprunova T, Krugman T, Distelfeld A, Fahima T, Nevo E, Korol A. 2007. Identification of a novel gene (Hsdr4) involved in water-stress tolerance in wild barley. Plant Mol Biol.  May;64 (1-2): 17-34
    16. Peleg, Z., T. Fahima, T. Krugman, S. Abbo,  Y. Saranga. 2008. Genetic structure of natural wild emmer wheat populations as reflected by transcribed vs. anonymous microsatellite markers. Genome 51: 187-191.
    17. Peleg, Z., Y. Saranga, T. Krugman, S. Abbo, E. Nevo,  T. Fahima. 2008. Allelic diversity associated with aridity gradient in wild emmer wheat populations. Plant Cell Environment 31: 39-49.
    18. Krugman T , Chague V, Peleg Z, Balzergue S, Brodsky L, Korol AB, Nevo E, Saranga Y, Chalhoub B, Fahima T. 2008. Comparison of global gene expression in wild emmer wheat genotypes contrasting in drought resistance. Proceedings of 11th IWGS August 24-29 Brisbane, Australia
    19. Peleg Z, Fahima T, Krugman T, Abbo S, Yakir D, Korol AB, Saranga Y. 2009 Genomic dissection of drought resistance in durum wheat x wild emmer wheat recombinant inbreed line population. Plant Cell Environent 32: 758-779
    20. Chen G, Komatsuda T, Pourkheirandish M, Sameri M, Sato K, Krugman T, Fahima T, Korol AB, Nevo E. 2009. Mapping of the gene responsible for the drought hypersensitive cuticle eibi1 mutation in wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum). Breeding Science 59: 21–26
    21. Chen G, Krugman T, Fahima T, Chen K, Hu Y, Röder M, Nevo E, Korol A. 2010. Chromosomal regions controlling seedling drought resistance in Israeli wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum C. Koch. Genet Resource and Crop Evolution 57: 85-99
    22. Krugman T, Chagué V, Peleg Z, Balzergue S, Just J, Korol AB, Nevo E, Saranga Y, Chalhoub B, Fahima T. 2010. Multilevel regulation and signalling processes associated with adaptation to terminal drought in wild emmer wheat. Functional and Integrative Genomics 10: 167-186
    23. Krugman T, Peleg Z, Quansah L, Chagué V, Korol AB, Nevo E, Saranga Y, Fait A, Chalhoub B, Fahima T. 2011. Alteration in expression of hormone-related genes in wild emmer wheat roots associated with drought adaptation mechanisms. Functional and Integrative Genomics 11: 565-583
    24. Ma X, Sela H, Jiao G, Li C, Wang A, Pourkheirandish M, Weiner D, Sakuma S, Krugman T, Nevo E, Komatsuda T, Korol A and Chen G. 2012. Population-genetic analysis of HvABCG31 promoter sequence in wild barley (Hordeum vulgare ssp. spontaneum), BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:188 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-188
    25. Krugman T, Korol A, Fahima T. 2012. Expression analysis of genes involved in gibberellin biosynthesis under drought stress in wild emmer wheat. Presented at the 22nd ITMI (International Triticea Mapping Initiative) Workshop, 25-29 June, Fargo, North Dakota, USA
    26. Raats D, Frenkel Z, Krugman T, Dodek I, Sela H, Magni F, Cattonaro F, Vautrin S, Bergès H, Wicker T, Keller B, Leroy P, Philippe R, Paux E, Doležel J, Feuillet C, Korol AB and T Fahima. 2013. The physical map of wheat chromosome 1BS provides insights into its gene space organization and evolution. Genome Biol 14:R138
    27. Tzarfati R, Barak V, Krugman T, Fahima T, Abbo S, Saranga Y, Korol A. 2014. Novel quantitative trait loci underlying major domestication traits in tetraploid wheat. Mol Breed 34:1613-1628
    28. Czypionka T, Krugman T, Altmüller J, Blaustein L, Steinfartz S, Templeton A, Nolte AW. 2015. Ecological transcriptomics - a non-lethal sampling approach for endangered fire salamanders. Methods in Ecol and Evol. (DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12431).
    29.  Zou H, Tzarfati R, Hübner S, Krugman T, Fahima T, Abbo S, Saranga Y, Korol AB. 2015. Transcriptome profiling of wheat glumes in wild emmer, hulled landraces and modern cultivars. BMC Genomics16: 777.
    30. Huang L, Sela H, Feng L, Chen Q, Krugman T, Yan J, ...and Fahima T. 2016. Distribution and haplotype diversity of WKS resistance genes in wild emmer wheat natural populations. Theoretical and applied Genetics 129:921-934.
    31. Merchuk-Ovnat L, Barak V, Fahima T, Ordon F, Lidzbarsky GA, Krugman T,  Saranga Y. 2016. Ancestral QTL alleles from wild emmer wheat improve drought resistance and productivity in modern wheat cultivars. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7: 452.
    32. Huang L., Raats D., Sela H., Klymiuk V., Lidzbarsky GA., Feng L., Krugman T. and Fahima T. 2016. Evolution and adaptation of wild emmer wheat  populations to biotic and abiotic stresses. Annual Review of Phytopathology 53:12.1-12.23.

      Merchuk-Ovnat, L.,  Fahima T, . Krugman T,  Saranga Y. 2016. Ancestral QTL alleles from wild emmer wheat improve grain yield, biomass and photosynthesis across environments in modern wheat. Plant Sci. http://dx.doi.o rg/10.1016/j.plantsci.2016.05.003

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