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  1. Reducing the Risk of Acrylamide and Other Processing Contaminant Formation in Wheat Products
  2. Accounting for environmental variation in the free asparagine content of wheat grain
  3. Real-Time Quantitative PCR: Primer Design, Reference Gene Selection, Calculations and Statistics
  4. Uncovering plant epigenetics: new insights into cytosine methylation in rye genomes
  5. Genetic control of grain amino acid composition in a UK soft wheat mapping population
  6. Field assessment of genome‐edited, low asparagine wheat: Europe's first CRISPR wheat field trial
  7. Reducing Dietary Acrylamide Exposure from Wheat Products through Crop Management and Imaging
  8. Genetic Diversity and Population Structure Analysis of Barley Landraces from Shanghai Region Using Genotyping-by-Sequencing
  9. Progress towards the production of potatoes and cereals with low acrylamide-forming potential
  10. Epigenetic switch reveals CRISPR /Cas9 response to cytosine methylation in plants
  11. Advances in Barley Breeding for Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency
  12. Global wheat production could benefit from closing the genetic yield gap
  13. Phosphorylation of the alpha-subunit of plant eukaryotic initiation factor 2 prevents its association with polysomes but does not considerably suppress protein synthesis
  14. Understanding the Relationships between Free Asparagine in Grain and Other Traits to Breed Low-Asparagine Wheat
  15. Rapid Generation and Analysis of a Barley Doubled Haploid Line with Higher Nitrogen Use Efficiency Than Parental Lines by F1 Microspore Embryogenesis
  16. Reduced free asparagine in wheat grain resulting from a natural deletion of TaASN-B2: investigating and exploiting diversity in the asparagine synthetase gene family to improve wheat quality
  17. Genome-wide identification of sucrose nonfermenting-1-related protein kinase (SnRK) genes in barley and RNA-seq analyses of their expression in response to abscisic acid treatment
  18. Wheat with greatly reduced accumulation of free asparagine in the grain, produced by CRISPR/Cas9 editing of asparagine synthetase gene TaASN2
  19. Progress on reducing acrylamide levels in potato crisps in Europe, 2002 to 2019
  20. Vulnerability of European wheat to extreme heat and drought around flowering under future climate
  21. Cereal asparagine synthetase genes
  22. Stress, nutrients and genotype: understanding and managing asparagine accumulation in wheat grain
  23. Evidence That Phosphorylation of the α-Subunit of eIF2 Does Not Essentially Inhibit mRNA Translation in Wheat Germ Cell-Free System
  24. The Sulphur Response in Wheat Grain and Its Implications for Acrylamide Formation and Food Safety
  25. Novel low-nitrogen stress-responsive long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA) in barley landrace B968 (Liuzhutouzidamai) at seedling stage
  26. Research on the genetic control of flowering in potato set to blossom
  27. The wheat SnRK1α family and its contribution to Fusarium toxin tolerance
  28. Acrylamide in food: Progress in and prospects for genetic and agronomic solutions
  29. Contrasting gene expression patterns in grain of high and low asparagine wheat genotypes in response to sulphur supply
  30. Acrylamide: New European Risk Management Measures and Prospects for Reducing the Acrylamide-Forming Potential of Wheat
  31. Managing Acrylamide at the Agricultural Stage: Variety Selection, Crop Management, and the Prospects for Solving the Acrylamide Problem Through Plant Breeding and Biotechnology
  32. Reducing the Acrylamide-Forming Potential of Crop Plants
  33. Acrylamide in Food
  34. Legislation governing genetically modified and genome-edited crops in Europe: the need for change
  35. Reference gene selection for quantitative RT-PCR normalisation in barley under low-nitrogen stress, based on RNAseq data
  36. Construction of a network describing asparagine metabolism in plants and its application to the identification of genes affecting asparagine metabolism in wheat under drought and nutritional stress
  37. Crop Biotechnology
  38. Genomic, Biochemical, and Modeling Analyses of Asparagine Synthetases from Wheat
  39. Effects of variety, year of cultivation and sulphur supply on the accumulation of free asparagine in the grain of commercial wheat varieties
  40. Acrylamide levels in potato crisps in Europe from 2002 to 2016
  41. Acrylamide-forming potential of potatoes grown at different locations, and the ratio of free asparagine to reducing sugars at which free asparagine becomes a limiting factor for acrylamide formation
  42. Effects of Fungicide Treatment on Free Amino Acid Concentration and Acrylamide-Forming Potential in Wheat
  43. Genomic advancement: Aiming to affirm and improve human life
  44. Acrylamide and wheat
  45. Acrylamide and Rye
  46. Asparagine synthetase in wheat
  47. Reducing the Acrylamide-Forming Potential of Wheat, Rye and Potato: A Review
  48. Relationship between Alkylpyrazine and Acrylamide Formation in Potato Chips
  49. Acrylamide in cereals: the problem, and potential genetic and agronomic solutions.
  50. Acrylamide in potato crisps prepared from 20 UK-grown varieties: Effects of variety and tuber storage time
  51. Producing a road map that enables plants to cope with future climate change
  52. Effects of Water Availability on Free Amino Acids, Sugars, and Acrylamide-Forming Potential in Potato
  54. An Introduction to Bioenergy
  55. Effects of abiotic stress and crop management on cereal grain composition: implications for food quality and safety
  56. Cereal contaminants
  57. Safety assessment of genetically modified plants with deliberately altered composition
  58. Genetically Modified Plants
  59. Food security: the challenge of increasing wheat yield and the importance of not compromising food safety
  60. Evidence for the complex relationship between free amino acid and sugar concentrations and acrylamide‐forming potential in potato
  61. Photosynthetic assimilation of 14C into amino acids in potato (Solanum tuberosum) and asparagine in the tubers
  62. Acrylamide concentrations in potato crisps in Europe from 2002 to 2011
  63. Expression analysis of abscisic acid (ABA) and metabolic signalling factors in developing endosperm and embryo of barley
  64. Effects of Nitrogen and Sulfur Fertilization on Free Amino Acids, Sugars, and Acrylamide-Forming Potential in Potato
  65. Effects of variety and nutrient availability on the acrylamide-forming potential of rye grain
  66. Concentrations of Free Amino Acids and Sugars in Nine Potato Varieties: Effects of Storage and Relationship with Acrylamide Formation
  67. Toward two decades of plant biotechnology: successes, failures, and prospects
  68. The acrylamide problem: a plant and agronomic science issue
  69. Overexpression of GCN2-type protein kinase in wheat has profound effects on free amino acid concentration and gene expression
  70. Evidence that abscisic acid promotes degradation of SNF1-related protein kinase (SnRK) 1 in wheat and activation of a putative calcium-dependent SnRK2
  71. Genetically Modified Crops
  72. Energy Crops
  73. Energy Crops: Introduction
  74. Subject Index
  75. The sucrose non-fermenting-1-related (SnRK) family of protein kinases: potential for manipulation to improve stress tolerance and increase yield
  76. Sugars in crop plants
  77. Effects of sulphur nutrition during potato cultivation on the formation of acrylamide and aroma compounds during cooking
  78. Free Amino Acids and Sugars in Rye Grain: Implications for Acrylamide Formation
  79. Photosynthate Partitioning
  80. The Effects of Storage on the Formation of Aroma and Acrylamide in Heated Potato
  81. The interface between metabolic and stress signalling
  82. Sulphur nutrition differentially affects the distribution of asparagine in wheat grain
  83. New insights on the effects of heat stress on crops
  84. Preface
  85. Identifying target traits and molecular mechanisms for wheat breeding under a changing climate
  86. Snf1-related protein kinases (SnRKs) act within an intricate network that links metabolic and stress signalling in plants
  87. Effects of Genotype and Environment on Free Amino Acid Levels in Wheat Grain: Implications for Acrylamide Formation during Processing
  88. Arabidopsissucrose non-fermenting-1-related protein kinase-1 and calcium-dependent protein kinase phosphorylate conserved target sites in ABA response element binding proteins
  89. Reducing Acrylamide Precursors in Raw Materials Derived from Wheat and Potato
  90. Effects of Plant Sulfur Nutrition on Acrylamide and Aroma Compounds in Cooked Wheat
  91. GCN2-dependent phosphorylation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor-2α in Arabidopsis
  92. Genetic and agronomic approaches to decreasing acrylamide precursors in crop plants
  93. Changes in Free Amino Acids and Sugars in Potatoes Due to Sulfate Fertilization and the Effect on Acrylamide Formation
  94. DNA Sequences from Arabidopsis, Which Encode Protein Kinases and Function as Upstream Regulators of Snf1 in Yeast
  95. Asparagine in plants
  96. Formation of High Levels of Acrylamide during the Processing of Flour Derived from Sulfate-Deprived Wheat
  97. Kafirin structure and functionality
  98. Production of high-starch, low-glucose potatoes through over-expression of the metabolic regulator SnRK1
  99. Nutrient Sensing in Plant Meristems
  100. Comparison of Repetitive Sequences Derived from High Molecular Weight Subunits of Wheat Glutenin, an Elastomeric Plant Protein
  101. Enhanced seed phytosterol accumulation through expression of a modified HMG-CoA reductase
  102. Plant Biotechnology
  103. From Primitive Selection to Genetic Modification, Ten Thousand Years of Plant Breeding
  104. Risk Assessment, Regulation and Labeling
  105. Comparative analysis of the D genome-encoded high-molecular weight subunits of glutenin
  106. Evidence of diversity within theSnRK1bgene family ofHordeumspecies
  107. Molecular cloning of β-kafirin, a methionine-rich protein of sorghum grain
  108. Design, expression and characterisation of lysine-rich forms of the barley seed protein CI-2
  109. Regulation of Carbon and Amino Acid Metabolism: Roles of Sucrose Nonfermenting‐1‐Related Protein Kinase‐1 and General Control Nonderepressible‐2‐Related Protein Kinase
  110. Changes in Protein Secondary Structure during Gluten Deformation Studied by Dynamic Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
  111. Prospects for genetically modified crops
  112. SNF1-related protein kinase (SnRK1) phosphorylates class I heat shock protein
  113. Highly conserved protein kinases involved in the regulation of carbon and amino acid metabolism
  114. Carbon metabolite sensing and signalling
  115. The Arabidopsis 14-3-3 protein, GF14?, binds to the Schizosaccharomyces pombe Cdc25 phosphatase and rescues checkpoint defects in the rad24? mutant
  116. Plant Biotechnology: The Genetic Manipulation of Plants
  117. Gluten, the Elastomeric Protein of Wheat Seeds
  118. Molecular cloning of an arabidopsis homologue of GCN2, a protein kinase involved in co-ordinated response to amino acid starvation
  119. Evidence that SNF1-related kinase and hexokinase are involved in separate sugar-signalling pathways modulating post-translational redox activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase in potato tubers
  120. The Arabidopsis CDPK-SnRK Superfamily of Protein Kinases
  121. Expression of the gamma-zein protein of maize in seeds of transgenic barley: effects on grain composition and properties
  122. Antisense SNF1-related (SnRK1) protein kinase gene represses transient activity of an alpha-amylase (alpha-Amy2) gene promoter in cultured wheat embryos
  123. Sequence and properties of HMW subunit 1Bx20 from pasta wheat (Triticum durum) which is associated with poor end use properties
  124. Metabolic signalling and carbon partitioning: role of Snf1-related (SnRK1) protein kinase
  125. Starch: the need for improved quality or quantity--an overview
  126. Genetically Modified Crops
  127. Genetics of Wheat Gluten Proteins
  128. The high molecular weight subunits of wheat glutenin and their role in determining wheat processing properties
  129. Preface
  130. Molecular structures and interactions of repetitive peptides based on wheat glutenin subunits depend on chain length
  131. Cereal seed storage proteins: structures, properties and role in grain utilization
  132. Isolation and characterization of five novel high molecular weight subunit of glutenin genes from Triticum timopheevi and Aegilops cylindrica
  133. The structure and properties of gluten: an elastic protein from wheat grain
  134. Expression of antisense SnRK1 protein kinase sequence causes abnormal pollen development and male sterility in transgenic barley
  135. Genetic modification and plant food allergens: risks and benefits
  136. Synthesis, expression and characterisation of peptides comprised of perfect repeat motifs based on a wheat seed storage protein
  137. The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Seed Storage Proteins
  138. Metabolic signalling and the partitioning of resources in plant storage organs
  139. Regulation of spinach SNF1-related (SnRK1) kinases by protein kinases and phosphatases is associated with phosphorylation of the T loop and is regulated by 5'-AMP
  140. Reply…The sugar sensing story
  141. Is hexokinase really a sugar sensor in plants?
  142. The Prolamins of the Triticeae
  143. Antisense expression of a sucrose non-fermenting-1-related protein kinase sequence in potato results in decreased expression of sucrose synthase in tubers and loss of sucrose-inducibility of sucrose synthase transcripts in leaves
  144. Immunological evidence that HMG-CoA reductase kinase-A is the cauliflower homologue of the RKIN1 subfamily of plant protein kinases
  145. Differential expression of two barley SNF1-related protein kinase genes
  146. Structure, Assembly and Targeting of Wheat Storage Proteins
  147. The plant cell cycle
  148. pSnf1
  149. Roles of the Snf1/Rkin1/AMP-activated protein kinase family in the response to environmental and nutritional stress
  150. A β-Turn Rich Barley Seed Protein Is Correctly Folded in Escherichia coli
  151. Opportunities for manipulating the seed protein composition of wheat and barley in order to improve quality
  152. Plant Genes Encoding Homologues of the SNF1 and Shaggy Protein Kinases
  153. Tobacco plants transformed with cdc25, a mitotic inducer gene from fission yeast
  154. Molecular characterization of cell populations in the maize root apex
  155. Structure and expression of a gene from Arabidopsis thaliana encoding a protein related to SNF1 protein kinase
  156. Molecular analyses of a barley multigene family homologous to the yeast protein kinase geneSNF1
  157. Identification of a novel β-turn-rich repeat motif in the D hordeins of barley
  158. Molecular cloning of a novel barley seed protein gene that is repressed by abscisic acid
  159. Analysis of HMW glutenin subunits encoded by chromosome 1A of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) indicates quantitative effects on grain quality
  160. Isolation and characterisation of genes encoding rye prolamins containing a highly repetitive sequence motif
  161. Complementation of snf1, a mutation affecting global regulation of carbon metabolism in yeast, by a plant protein kinase cDNA.
  162. The Prolamins of the Triticeae (Barley, Wheat and Rye): Structure, Synthesis and Deposition
  163. Stopped Flow Kinetics of the Co2+-Activated Cyanobacterial RubisCO
  164. Nucleotide sequences of the two high-molecular-weight glutenin genes from the D-genome of a hexaploid bread wheat, Triticum aestivum L. cv Cheyenne
  165. Functional analysis of the upstream regions of a silent and an expressed member of a family of wheat seed protein genes in transgenic tobacco
  166. Molecular cloning of the barley seed protein CMd: A variant member of the α-amylase/trypsin inhibitor family of cereals
  167. The nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences of an HMW glutenin subunit gene from chromosome 1B of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and comparison with those of genes from chromosomes 1A and 1D
  168. The nucleotide sequence of a HMW glutenin subunit gene located on chromosome 1A of wheat (Triticum aestivumL.)
  169. Plant Biotechnology: Transgenic Crops
  170. The Structure and Expression of Cereal Storage Protein Genes