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    Journal Articles

    (Books, Chapters, and Newsletter Articles are listed further below)

  1. (2017) Zhang* D, Easterling* KA, Pitra* NJ, Coles MC, Buckler ES, Bass HW, and Matthews PD. "Non-Mendelian SNP inheritance and atypical meiotic configurations are prevalent in hop (Humulus lupulus L.)" The Plant Genome (in press, PDF avail on First Look page, or here without 1000 pg supp.).
  2. (2017) Savadel SD and Bass HW. "Take a Look at Plant DNA Replication: Recent Insights and New Questions." Plant Signaling & Behavior, 12:4, e1311437 (DOI: 10.1080/15592324.2017.1311437).
  3. (2016) Rodgers-Melnick E, Vera DL, Bass HW, and Buckler ES. "Open Chromatin Reveals the Functional Maize Genome." Proc Nat Acad Sci, USA 113(22):E3177-E3184 (doi: 10.1073/pnas.1525244113). [PubMed 27185945 | ONLINE | PDF+supp ]

  4. (2015) Bass HW, Hoffman GG, Lee T-J, Wear EE, Joseph SR, Allen GC, Hanley-Bowdoin L, and Thompson WF. "Defining multiple, distinct, and shared spatiotemporal patterns of DNA replication and endoreduplication from 3D image analysis of developing maize (Zea mays L.) root tip nuclei." Plant Molecular Biology 89(4):339-351. [PubMed 26394866 | ONLINE | PDF++]

  5. (2015) Kopylov M, Bass HW, and Stroupe ME. "The maize (Zea mays L.) nucleoside diphosphate kinase1 (ZmNDPK1) gene encodes a human NM23-H2 homologue that binds and stabilizes G-quadruplex DNA" Biochemistry 54(9):1743-1757 (DOI: 10.1021/bi501284g) [PubMed 25679041 | cDNA clone: GenBank KM347972 ]

  6. (2014) Vera DL, Madzima TF, Labonne JD, Alam MP, Hoffman GG, Girimurugan SB, Zhang J, McGinnis KM, Dennis JH, and Bass HW. "Differential nuclease sensitivity profiling of chromatin reveals biochemical footprints coupled to gene expression and functional DNA elements in maize."
    Plant Cell 26(10):3883-3893. [PubMed 25361955 | Plant Cell online | PDF+ | Google Scholar Citation]

  7. (2014) Andorf CM, Kopylov MS, Dobbs D, Koch KE, Stroupe ME, Lawrence CJ, and Bass HW. "G-quadruplex motifs in maize (Zea mays L.) occupy specific sites in thousands of genes coupled to energy status, hypoxia, low sugar, and nutrient deprivation" J Genetics Genomics (JGG) 41(12):627-647. (DOI: 10.1016/j.jgg.2014.10.004). [PubMed 25527104 | ONLINE | PDF]
    Cited in Xu's Editor's Selection, National Science Review 09/15, Fig.2 PDF of ZmHex4 & ZmHRAP2.
  8. (2014) Murphy SP, Gumber HK, Mao YY, and Bass HW. "A dynamic meiotic SUN belt includes the zygotene-stage telomere bouquet and is disrupted in chromosome segregation mutants of maize (Zea mays L.)." Front. Plant Sci. 5:314. (doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00314). [PubMed 25071797 | Supp Data Examples (3D movs, SUN belt) | Google Scholar Citations]
  9. (2014) Bass HW, Wear EE, Lee T-J, Hoffman GG, Gumber HK, Allen GC, Thompson WF, Hanley-Bowdoin L. "A maize root tip system to study DNA replication programmes in somatic and endocycling nuclei durin g plant development" Journal of Experimental Botany 65:2747-2756. [PubMed 24449386 | PDF | Google Scholar Citations ]
  10. (2013) Fincher JA, Vera DL, Hughes DD, McGinnis KM, Dennis JH, and Bass HW. "Genome-wide prediction of nucleosome occupancy in maize (Zea mays L.) highlights chromatin structural features at multiple scales." Plant Physiology 162(2):1127-1141. [PubMed 23572549 | Plant Physiol online | PDF+ | Google Scholar Citations ]
  11. (2013) Graumann K, Bass HW, and Parry G. "SUNrises on the International Plant Nucleus Consortium: SEB Salzburg 2012" Nucleus 4(1):3-7 dx.doi.org/10.4161/nucl.23385.

  12. (2012) Howe ES, Clemente TE, and Bass HW. "Maize histone H2B-mCherry, a new fluorescent chromatin marker for somatic and meiotic chromosome re search." DNA and Cell Biology. 31(6):925-938. (DOI: 10.1089/dna.2011.1514). [PubMed 22662764 | DNACellBio online | PDF | Supplemental 3D Image Movies ]
  13. (2012) Figueroa DM and Bass HW. "Development of pachytene FISH maps for six maize chromosomes and their integration with other maize maps for insights into genome structure variation." Chromosome Research 20(4):363-380. (DOI: 10.1007/s10577-012-9281-4) [PubMed 22588802 | Chrom Res online | PDF ]

  14. (2012) Murphy SP and Bass HW. "The maize (Zea mays L.) desynaptic (dy) mutation defines a pathway for meiotic chromosome segregation linking nuclear morphology, telomere distribution, and synapsis." Journal of Cell Science 125(15):3681-3690. (doi: 10.1242/jcs.108290) [PubMed 22553213 | JCS ABSTRACT | PDF+SuppData ]
  15. (2011) Brown AN, Lauter N, Vera DL, McLaughlin-Large KA, Steele TM, Fredette NC, and Bass HW. "QTL mapping and candidate gene expression analysis of telomere length control factors in maize." (Zea mays L.). G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 2011 Nov;1(6):437-450. (doi:10.1534/g3.111.000703) [PubMed 22384354 | PubMedCentral | G3 online | PDF ]

  16. (2011) Huang H, Besiki S, Jorgensen C, and Bass HW. "Prioritization of data quality dimensions and skills requirements in genome annotation work." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63:195-207. ( doi: 10.1002/asi.21652).

  17. (2011) Figueroa DM, Davis JD, Strobel CE, Conejo MS, Beckham KD, Ring BC, and Bass HW. "The Selection and Use of Sorghum (Sorghum propinquum) Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes as Cytogenetic FISH Probes for Maize (Zea mays L.)." Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology vol. 2011, Article ID 386862, 16 pages (doi:10.1155/2011/386862). [ PubMed | doi:10.1155/2011/386862 | PDF+ ]

  18. (2010) Murphy SP, Simmons C, and Bass HW. "Structure and expression of the maize (Zea mays L.) SUN-domain protein gene family: evidence for the existence of two divergent classes of SUN proteins in plants." BMC Plant Biology 10:269. [ PubMed 21143845 | doi:10.1186/1471-2229-10-269 | PDF ]

  19. (2010) Figueroa DM and Bass HW. "A Historical and Modern Perspective on Plant Cytogenetics." Briefings in Functional Genomics 9(2):95-102.
    [ PubMed 20110271 | doi:10.1093/bfgp/elp058 | PDF ].

  20. (2008) Beyrouthy MJ, Alexander K, Baldwin A, Whitfield M, Bass HW, McGee DL, Hurt MM. "Identification of G1-Regulated Genes in Normally Cycling Human Cells" PLoS ONE 3(12):e3943. [ doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003943 | PubMed Abstract ]

  21. (2008) Okagaki RJ, Jacobs MS, Stec AO, Kynast RG, Buescher E, Rines HW, Isabel Val es MI, Riera-Lizarazu O, Schneerman M, Doyle G, Friedman KL, Staub RW, Weber DF, Kamps TL, Amarillo IFE, Chase CD, Bass HW, Phillips RL. Maize centromere mapping: A comparison of physical and genetic strategies.  Journal of Heredity 99(2):85-93. [  JOH online | 

  22. (2007) Amarillo FE and Bass HW A Transgenomic Cytogenetic Sorghum (Sorghum propinquum) BAC FISH Map of Maize (Zea mays L.) Pachytene Chromosome 9, Evidence for Regions of Genome Hyperexpansion. Genetics (Nov)177:1509-1526. [PDF]

  23. (2006) Lawrence CJ, Seigfried TE, Bass HW, and Anderson LK. Predicting chromosomal locations of genetically mapped loci in maize using the Morgan2McClintock translator. Genetics Mar;172(3):2007-2009. [ Genetics online | PDF ]

  24. (2005) Marian CO and Bass HW. The Terminal acidic SANT 1 (Tacs1) gene of maize is expressed in tissues containing meristems and encodes an acidic SANT domain similar to some chromatin-remodeling complex proteins. Biochemica Biophysica Acta - Gene Structure and Expression 1727:81-86.
    [PubMed Abstract | online at BBA-GSE | PDF | full-length cDNA ]

  25. (2004) Bass HW, Krawetz JE, OBrian, GR, Zinselmeier C, Habben JE, and Boston RS. Maize ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs) with distinct expression patterns have similar requirements for proenzyme activation.Journal of Experimental Botany 55:2219-2233.
    [PubMed Abstract | JXB online | PDF ]

  26. (2004) Anderson LK, Salameh N, Bass HW, Harper LC, Cande WZ, Weber G, and Stack SM. Integrating genetic linkage maps with pachytene chromosome structure in maize. Genetics 166:1923-1933.
    [ Abstract-Links | PubMed 15126409 | Genetics online | PDF ]

  27. (2004) Palko L, Bass HW, Beyrouthy MJ, and Hurt MM. The Yin Yang-1 (YY1) protein undergoes a DNA replication-associated switch in location from the cytoplasm to the nucleus at the onset of S phase. Journal of Cell Science117(3):465-476.
    [Abstract-Links|PubMed 14702388|JCS-online|PDF ]

  28. (2003) Marian CO, Bordoli SJ, Goltz M, Santarella RA, Jackson LP, Danilevskaya O, Beckstette M, Meeley R, and Bass HW. The maize Single myb histone 1 gene, Smh1, belongs to a novel gene family and encodes a protein that binds telomere DNA repeats in vitro. Plant Physiology 133:1336-1350.
    Abstract-Links | PubMed 14576282 Plant Phys-online | PDF + ]

  29. (2003) Bass HW. Multi-author review (MAR) introduction:
    The conservation and divergence of telomeric structures, effects, and functions. 
    Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (CMLS) 60:2281-2282. 
    CMLS online, vol 60(11) | PDF ]

  30. (2003) Bass HW. Telomere dynamics unique to meiotic prophase: formation and significance of the bouquet. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (CMLS) 60:2319-2324. 
    Abstract-Links | CMLS online | A PDF ]

  31. (2003) Koumbaris GL and Bass HW. A new single-locus cytogenetic mapping system for maize (Zea mays L.): overcoming FISH detection limits with marker-selected sorghum (S. propinquum L.) BACs clones. The Plant Journal 35(5):647-659.
    Abstract-Links | PubMed 12940957 | Plant J-online PDF ]

  32. (2003) Franklin AE, Golubovskaya I, Bass HW, and Cande WZ. Improper chromosome synapsis is associated with elongated Rad51 structures in the maize desynaptic2 mutant. Chromosoma 112:17-25.
    Abstract-Links | PubMed 12811575 Chromosoma-online PDF ]

  33. (2003) Bass HW, Bordoli SJ, and Foss EM. The desynaptic (dy) and desynaptic1 (dsy1) mutations in maize (Zea mays L.) cause distinct telomere-misplacement phenotypes during meiotic prophase. Journal of Experimental Botany 54(380):39-46.
    Abstract-Links | PubMed J Exp Bot-online | 3D-Movies | PDF ]

  34. (2000) Bass HW, Riera-Lizarazu O, Ananiev EV, Bordoli SJ, Rines HW, Phillips RL, Sedat JW, Agard DA, and Cande ZW. Evidence for the coincident initiation of homolog pairing and synapsis during the telomere-clustering (bouquet) stage of meiotic prophase.Journal Cell Science113:1033-1042.
    [Abstract-Links | PubMed | JCS-online | 3D-Movies | PDF]

  35. (2000) Bass HW, Nagar S, Hanley-Bowdoin L, and Robertson D. Chromosome condensation induced by geminivirus infection of mature plant cells. Journal Cell Science 113:1149-1160.
    Abstract-Links | PubMed JCS-online, | 3D-Movies | PDF ]

  36. (2000) Ring BC, Bass HW, and Garza D. Construction and transposition of a 100-kilobase "extended" P element in Drosophila. Genome Research 10:1605-1616. 
    Abstract-Links | PubMed | Genome Research online | PDF]

  37. (1998) Wein H, Bass HW, and Cande WZ. DSK1, a kinesin-related protein involved in anaphase spindle elongation, is a component of the mitotic spindle matrix. Cell Motility and Cytoskeleton 41:224-224.
    Abstract-Links | PubMed | PDF ]

  38. (1997) Bass HW, Marshall WF, Sedat JW, Agard DA, and Cande WZ. Telomeres cluster de novo before the initiation of synapsis; a 3-dimensional spatial analysis of telomere positions before and during meiotic prophase. Journal Cell Biology137:5-18.
    [ PubMed 9105032 | JCB-online | PDF |Google Scholar Citations]

  39. (1997) Gillikin JW, Zhang F, Coleman CE, Bass HW, Larkins BA, and Boston RS. A defective signal peptide tethers the floury-2 zein to the ER-membrane.Plant Physiology 114:345-352. 
    PubMed | Plant Cell Online PDF ]

  40. (1995) Bass HW, OBrian GR, and Boston RS. Cloning and sequencing of a second ribosome-inactivating protein gene from maize (Zea mays, L.). Plant Physiology 107:661-662.
    PubMed-Abs | GenBank-Sequnce | patents ]

  41. (1994) Bass HW, Goode JH, Greene TW, and Boston RS. Control of ribosome-inactivating protein (RIP) RNA levels during maize seed development. Plant Science 101:17-30. 
    Abstract ]

  42. (1992) Bass HW, Webster C, OBrian GR, Roberts JKM, and Boston RS. A maize ribosome-inactivating protein is controlled by the transcriptional activator Opaque-2Plant Cell 4:225-234. 
    PubMed | Plant Cell online M83926_GenBank-Sequence | M83927_GenBank-Sequnce | PDF ]

  43. (1988) Wyatt R, Odrzykoski IJ, Stoneburner A, Bass HW, and Galau GA. Multiple origins of Plagiomnium medium. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 85:5601-5604. 
    Abstract ]

  44. (1988) Galau GA, Bass HW, and Hughes DW. Restrictions fragment length polymorphisms in diploid and allotetraploid Gossypium: Assigning the late embryogenesis-abundant (Lea) alloalleles in G. hirsutum. Molecular and General Genetics 211:305-314. 
    PubMed ]

    Books, Book Chapters, and Maize Newsletter Articles

  1. (2013) Howe ES, Murphy SP, and Bass HW. "Three-dimensional acrylamide fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) for plant cells"; in Methods in Molecular Biology: Plant Meiosis (eds. WP Pawlowski, M Grelon, and S Armstrong); Springer New York, Volume 990, pp 53-66.

  2. (2012) Figueroa DM, Amarillo FE, and Bass HW. "Cytogenetic Mapping in Plants";
    in Plant Cytogenetics (eds. HW Bass and JA Birchler); Plant Genetics and Genomics: Crops and Models, Springer New York, Volume 4, Part 1, 79-119, DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-70869-0_4.

  3. (2012) Murphy SP and Bass HW. "Genetics and Cytololgy of Meiotic Chromosome Behavior in Plants"; in Plant Cytogenetics (eds. HW Bass and JA Birchler); Plant Genetics and Genomics: Crops and Models, Springer New York, Volume 4, Part 2, 193-229, DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-70869-0_8.

  4. (2010) Moore JM and Bass HW. "A recombinant C-terminal fragment of maize Initiator Binding Protein 2 (IBP2) binds to telomere-rep eat DNA in vitro." Maize Genetics Newsletter 84(html,PDF).

  5. (2010) Bass HW "Chapter 9. Chromosomes" in Lewin's GENES X(eds. JE Krebs, ES Goldstein, and ST Kilpatrick); Jones and Bartlett Publishers, (publish 12/2009, copyright 2011)
    [ sample chapter preview: ch9.PDF ].

  6. (2009) Forde AJ, Applewhite HS, and Bass HW. "A Laboratory and Field Survey of Leaf Feeding Resistance in Diverse Maize Inbred Lines." Maize Genetics Newsletter 83:48-49. [ PDF ]

  7. (2009) Birchler JA and Bass HW. "Part III, The Maize Genome, Chapter 8, Cy togenetics and chromosomal structural diversity in The Maize Handbook, (eds. J L Bennetzen and SC Hake); Springer. pp. 163-177.

  8. (2004) Anderson LK, Salameh N, Bass HW, Harper LC, Cande WZ, Weber G, and Stack SM. Integrating genetic lin kage maps with pachytene chromosome structure in maize. Maize Genetics Newsletter 78:16-17.

  9. (2004) Bassie YR, Onokpise OU, Odland WE, and Bass HW. FISH analysis of retroelement distribution patterns along mitotic chromosomes. Maize Genetics Newsletter 78:59. [MNL-online PDF]

  10. (2004) Figueroa DM and Bass HW. The Single myb histone (Smh) gene family of maize; detection of two PCR products from maize with primers for Smh1.M aize Genetics Newsletter 78:58-89. [MNL-online | PDF ]

  11. (2002) Koumbaris G and Bass HW. Pachytene arm ratios for maize chromosome 9 in OMAd9.2, a maize chromosome addition line of oat. Maize Genetics Newsletter 76:62-63. [MNL-online | PDF]

  12. (2001) Bass HW and Bordoli SJ. Variable distribution of meiotic homologs; on-line spinning projections of 3 D data from chromosome painting and telomere FISH analysis of OMAd9.2. Maize Genetics Newsletter 75:63. [MNL-on line | PDF]

  13. (2001) Bass HW, Kang LC, and Eyzaguirre A. Tom Thumb, a useful popcorn.
    Maize Genetics Newsletter 75:62-63. [MNL-online | PDF]

  14. (2001) Bass HW. Chromosomes; In Plant Sciences, pp 157-160. (Ed. R. Robinson); Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA

  15. (1995) Dernburg AF, Sedat JW, Cande WZ, and Bass HW. Cytology of Telomeres; pp 295-338. In Telomeres, (eds. E. H. Blackburn and C. W. Greider); Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press.

  16. (1990) Bass HW, Sisco PH, Murray DL and Boston RS. Probes for the b-32 protein hybridize to loci on 7L and 8L. Maize Genetics Newsletter 64:97.

  17. (1990) Shank BB, Bass HW, Sisco PH, Wurtzel E and Boston RS. Isolation and mapping of a cDNA probe for the b-70 protein. Maize Genetics Newsletter64:97.

     
 

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