Jernej Jakse
Jernej Jakse
University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Agronomy Department
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Robust CTAB-activated charcoal protocol for plant DNA extraction
M Križman, J Jakše, D Baričevič, B Javornik, M Prošek
Acta Agriculturae Slovenica 87 (2), 427-433, 2006
Genetic mapping of expressed sequences in onion and in silico comparisons with rice show scant colinearity
WJ Martin, J McCallum, M Shigyo, J Jakse, JC Kuhl, N Yamane, ...
Molecular Genetics and Genomics 274 (3), 197-204, 2005
Assessment of genetic variability of olive varieties by microsatellite and AFLP markers
D Bandelj, J Jakše, B Javornik
Euphytica 136 (1), 93-102, 2004
DNA fingerprinting of olive varieties by microsatellite markers
D Bandelj, J Jakše, B Javornik
Food Technology and Biotechnology 40 (3), 185-190, 2002
DNA fingerprinting of olive varieties in Istria (Croatia) by microsatellite markers
D Poljuha, B Sladonja, E Šetić, A Milotić, D Bandelj, J Jakše, B Javornik
Scientia Horticulturae 115 (3), 223-230, 2008
Origins of Allium ampeloprasum horticultural groups and a molecular phylogeny of the section Allium (Allium: Alliaceae)
P Hirschegger, J Jakše, P Trontelj, B Bohanec
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 54 (2), 488-497, 2010
The isolation and characterisation of microsatellites in hop (Humulus lupulus L.)
N Stajner, J Jakse, P Kozjak, B Javornik
Plant science 168 (1), 213-221, 2005
Single nucleotide polymorphisms, indels, and simple sequence repeats for onion cultivar identification
J Jakse, W Martin, J McCallum, MJ Havey
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 130 (6), 912-917, 2005
Genetic mapping of sulfur assimilation genes reveals a QTL for onion bulb pungency
J McCallum, M Pither-Joyce, M Shaw, F Kenel, S Davis, R Butler, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 114 (5), 815-822, 2007
Microsatellite variability among wild and cultivated hops (Humulus lupulus L.)
J Jakse, Z Satovic, B Javornik
Genome 47 (5), 889-899, 2004
Characterization of Verticillium albo-atrum Field Isolates Using Pathogenicity Data and AFLP Analysis
S Radišek, J Jakše, A Simončič, B Javornik
Plant Disease 87 (6), 633-638, 2003
Identification of the genes involved in odorant reception and detection in the palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus, an important quarantine pest, by antennal transcriptome …
B Antony, A Soffan, J Jakše, MM Abdelazim, SA Aldosari, AS Aldawood, ...
Bmc Genomics 17 (1), 1-22, 2016
Pilot sequencing of onion genomic DNA reveals fragments of transposable elements, low gene densities, and significant gene enrichment after methyl filtration
J Jakše, JDF Meyer, G Suzuki, J McCallum, F Cheung, CD Town, ...
Molecular Genetics and Genomics 280 (4), 287-292, 2008
Genetic variability and virulence among Verticillium albo-atrum isolates from hop
S Radišek, J Jakše, B Javornik
European journal of plant pathology 116 (4), 301-314, 2006
Eleven new microsatellites for hop (Humulus lupulus L.)
J Jakše, D Bandelj, B Javornik
Molecular Ecology Notes 2 (4), 544-546, 2002
High-throughput genotyping of hop (Humulus lupulus L.) utilising diversity arrays technology (DArT)
EL Howard, SP Whittock, J Jakše, J Carling, PD Matthews, G Probasco, ...
Theoretical and applied genetics 122 (7), 1265-1280, 2011
Broad taxonomic characterization of Verticillium wilt resistance genes reveals ancient origin of the tomato Ve1 immune receptor
Y Song, Z Zhang, MF Seidl, A Majer, J Jakse, B Javornik, BPHJ Thomma
Molecular Plant Pathology, 2016
Deep‐sequencing revealed Citrus bark cracking viroid (CBCVd) as a highly aggressive pathogen on hop
J Jakse, S Radisek, T Pokorn, J Matousek, B Javornik
Plant Pathology 64 (4), 831-842, 2015
Segregations for onion bulb colors reveal that red is controlled by at least three loci
A Khar, J Jakse, MJ Havey
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 133 (1), 42-47, 2008
Development of pathotype-specific SCAR markers for detection of Verticillium albo-atrum isolates from hop
S Radišek, J Jakše, B Javornik
Plant disease 88 (10), 1115-1122, 2004
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