Her scientific interests lie mostly in Oryza sativa, Germplasm, Cultivar, Genetics and Agronomy. Her Oryza sativa study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Panicle, Greenhouse, Rhizoctonia solani and Botany. Her research in the fields of Japonica overlaps with other disciplines such as Genetic resources.
The Germplasm study combines topics in areas such as Agriculture, Genome, Quantitative trait locus and Association mapping, Single-nucleotide polymorphism. Her studies in Quantitative trait locus integrate themes in fields like Oryza rufipogon and Backcrossing. Her Cultivar research integrates issues from Ammi, Food science, Additive model, Amylose and Poaceae.
Her primary areas of study are Oryza sativa, Agronomy, Cultivar, Germplasm and Amylose. Her Oryza sativa study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Japonica, Poaceae, Botany and Quantitative trait locus. Within one scientific family, Anna M. McClung focuses on topics pertaining to Methane under Agronomy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Greenhouse gas.
Her Cultivar research incorporates elements of Dry weight, Food science, Aroma and Aromatic rice. Her Germplasm research includes elements of Genetic diversity, Biotechnology, Genetic marker, Oryza and Genetic variation. Anna M. McClung has included themes like Partial least squares regression, Analytical chemistry, Flavor and Sensory analysis in her Amylose study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Agronomy, Oryza sativa, Cultivar, Grain quality and Crop. Anna M. McClung focuses mostly in the field of Agronomy, narrowing it down to matters related to Methane and, in some cases, Greenhouse gas and Aerenchyma. Anna M. McClung combines subjects such as Evolutionary biology and Germplasm with her study of Oryza sativa.
In most of her Cultivar studies, her work intersects topics such as Yield. Her studies deal with areas such as Genetic marker, Genetic association and Genetic architecture as well as Grain quality. Her research investigates the connection between Crop and topics such as Food science that intersect with issues in Gut flora.
Anna M. McClung spends much of her time researching Agronomy, Grain quality, Oryza sativa, Food science and Genetic marker. Her Agronomy study incorporates themes from Methane and Greenhouse gas. The various areas that Anna M. McClung examines in her Grain quality study include Drip irrigation, Irrigation, Field capacity and Irrigation management.
Her research in Oryza sativa intersects with topics in Composition, Cultivar, Crop, Metabolomics and Metabolite. Her work on Prebiotic and Fermentation as part of general Food science study is frequently linked to Prevotella and Roseburia, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her work deals with themes such as Sowing, Quantitative trait locus, Genetic architecture, Locus and Phytic acid, which intersect with Genetic marker.
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Genome-wide association mapping reveals a rich genetic architecture of complex traits in Oryza sativa
Keyan Zhao;Chih-Wei Tung;Georgia C. Eizenga;Mark H Wright.
Nature Communications (2011)
Mapping quantitative trait loci for yield, yield components and morphological traits in an advanced backcross population between Oryza rufipogon and the Oryza sativa cultivar Jefferson.
M.J. Thomson;T.H. Tai;A.M. McClung;X.H. Lai.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2003)
Microsatellites and a single-nucleotide polymorphism differentiate apparent amylose classes in an extended pedigree of US rice germ plasm
N. M. Ayres;A. M. McClung;P. D. Larkin;H. F. J. Bligh.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (1997)
Targeting Cultivars onto Rice Growing Environments Using AMMI and SREG GGE Biplot Analyses
Stanley Omar P. B. Samonte;Lloyd T. Wilson;Anna M. Mcclung;James C. Medley.
Crop Science (2005)
Open access resources for genome-wide association mapping in rice.
Susan R. McCouch;Mark H. Wright;Chih-Wei Tung;Lyza G. Maron.
Nature Communications (2016)
Genomic diversity and introgression in O. sativa reveal the impact of domestication and breeding on the rice genome.
Keyan Zhao;Keyan Zhao;Mark Wright;Jennifer Kimball;Georgia Eizenga.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Correlation Between Cooked Rice Texture and Rapid Visco Analyser Measurements
Elaine T. Champagne;Elaine T. Champagne;Karen L. Bett;Bryan T. Vinyard;Anna M. McClung.
Cereal Chemistry (1999)
Selection under domestication: evidence for a sweep in the rice waxy genomic region.
Kenneth M. Olsen;Ana L. Caicedo;Nicholas Polato;Anna McClung.
Phytochemicals and antioxidant capacities in rice brans of different color.
Byungrok Min;Anna M. McClung;Ming-Hsuan Chen.
Journal of Food Science (2011)
Path Analyses of Yield and Yield-Related Traits of Fifteen Diverse Rice Genotypes
S. O. Pb. Samonte;L. T. Wilson;A. M. McClung.
Crop Science (1998)
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