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, N. 2005. SSR marker of wheat stripe rust resistance gene Yr2 . Journal of Triticeae Crops (in Chinese) 25 :17–19. Li N. SSR marker of wheat stripe rust resistance gene Yr

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Bányai, J., Szűcs, P., Karsai, I., Mészáros, K., Kuti, C., Láng, L., Bedő, Z. 2006. Identification of winter wheat cultivars by simple sequence repeats (SSRs). Cereal Res. Comm. 34 :865–870. Bedő Z

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., Xing, Y., Zhang, Q., Kono, I., Yano, M., Fjellstrom, R., DeClerck, G., Schneider, D., Cartinhour, S., Ware, D., Stein, L. 2002. Development and mapping of 2240 new SSR markers for rice ( Oryza sativa L.). DNA Res. 9 :199

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: F. Akfirat, Y. Aydin, F. Ertugrul, S. Hasancebi, H. Budak, K. Akan, Z. Mert, N. Bolat, and A. Uncuoglu

Prasad, M., Kumar, N., Kulwal, P.L., Röder, M.S., Balyan, H.S., Dhaliwal, H.S., Gupta, P.K. 2003. QTL analysis for grain protein content using SSR markers and validation studies using NILs in bread wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 106 :659

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Jain, N., Jain, S., Saini, N., Jain, R.K. 2006. SSR analysis of chromosome 8 regions associated with aroma and cooked kernel elongation in Basmati rice. Euphytica 152 :259–273. Jain R

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Hongxiang M, Jinbao Yao, Miaoping Zhou, Xu Zhang, Lijuan Ren, Giuhong Yu, and Weizhong Lu

.Z., Nichoson, P. 2003. SSR marker for Fusarium head blight resistaance QTL in three wheat populations. Scientia Agricultura Sinica 36 (10): 1150–1155 Nichoson P. SSR marker for Fusarium

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., Mandal, N., Bhattacharyya, S. 2008b. Biochemical and SSR based characterization of some Bengal landraces of rice suffixed with ’sail’ in their name. Indian J. Genet. 68 :15–20. Bhattacharyya S

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combination with the use of genetically mapped barley SSR markers. Genome (in press) Islam, A. K. M. R., Shepherd, K. W., 1992: Production of wheat-barley recombinant chromosomes through induced homeologous pairing. 1

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Repetitive acoustic stimuli elicit steady-state response (SSR) in the gamma-band both in humans and in mammals. Our aim was to investigate changes of the spontaneous gamma activity and the SSR in the auditory cortex of cats in the background of an instrumental conditioning situation. Epidural electrodes were chronically implanted above the auditory neocortex. The presentation rate of the clicks varied between 20 and 65/s. Spontaneous EEG and SSR were collected in three behavioral states: in an indifferent environment, in the instrumental cage while the cat was waiting for the light CS, and when she stepped on the pedal and was waiting for the meat reward. Using different repetition rate clicks we determined which stimulus rate elicited the largest SSR in these three situations. In quiet animal the highest SSR appeared at 28-30/s. Before and during the CS the optimal stimulus rate shifted to 32-38/s. The frequency of the spontaneous gamma activity changed in parallel way depending on the situation. We conclude that both the SSR and the spontaneous gamma activity reflect resonant activity of the same neuronal circuit of the auditory cortex, and it is modulated by the motivational state of the animal.

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Some peculiarities and tendencies of the productivity of publication and invention activities for a large group of academic institutions of different scientific type of the Ukrainian SSR conducting research in the field of natural and technical sciences have been revealed.

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