Yuan Chai
Yuan Chai
Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota
Patvirtintas el. paštas - Pagrindinis puslapis
Research investment implications of shifts in the global geography of wheat stripe rust
JM Beddow, PG Pardey, Y Chai, TM Hurley, DJ Kriticos, HJ Braun, ...
Nature Plants 1 (10), 1-5, 2015
Passing the food and agricultural R&D buck? The United States and China
Y Chai, PG Pardey, C Chan-Kang, J Huang, K Lee, W Dong
Food Policy 86, 101729, 2019
Vulnerability of Barley to African Pathotypes of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici and Sources of Resistance
BJ Steffenson, AJ Case, ZA Pretorius, V Coetzee, FJ Kloppers, H Zhou, ...
Phytopathology 107 (8), 950-962, 2017
Reshuffling the global R&D deck, 1980-2050
SP Dehmer, PG Pardey, JM Beddow, Y Chai
PloS one 14 (3), e0213801, 2019
Vulnerability of cultivated and wild barley to African stem rust race TTKSK
BJ Steffenson, H Zhou, Y Chai, S Grando
Advance in Barley Sciences: Proceedings of 11th International Barley …, 2013
A probabilistic bio-economic assessment of the global consequences of wheat leaf rust
Y Chai, PG Pardey, TM Hurley, SD Senay, JM Beddow
Phytopathology® 110 (12), 1886-1896, 2020
Scientific selection: A century of increasing crop varietal diversity in US wheat
Y Chai, PG Pardey, KAT Silverstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (51), e2210773119, 2022
Multi-peril pathogen risks to global wheat production: A probabilistic loss and investment assessment
Y Chai, S Senay, D Horvath, P Pardey
Frontiers in Plant Science 13, 1034600, 2022
Fall armyworm from a maize multi-peril pest risk perspective
SD Senay, PG Pardey, Y Chai, L Doughty, R Day
Frontiers in Insect Science 2, 2022
Molecular and genetic characterization of barley mutants and genetic mapping of mutant rpr2 required for Rpg1-mediated resistance against stem rust
U Gill, R Brueggeman, J Nirmala, Y Chai, B Steffenson, A Kleinhofs
Theoretical and applied genetics 129, 1519-1529, 2016
Research investment implications of shifts in the global geography of wheat stripe rust. Nature Plants. 2015; 1: 15132
JM Beddow, PG Pardey, Y Chai, TM Hurley, DJ Kriticos, HJ Braun
Failure of RPG1 protein to degrade in high-copy Rpg1 transgenic barley lines results in susceptibility to stem rust
Y Chai, J Nirmala, A Kleinhofs, B Steffenson
Physiological and molecular plant pathology 80, 10-18, 2012
Nudging farmers to reduce water pollution from nitrogen fertilizer
Y Chai, DJ Pannell, PG Pardey
Food Policy 120, 102525, 2023
Sustaining productivity gains in the face of climate change: A research agenda for US wheat
Y Kusunose, JJ Rossi, DA Van Sanford, PD Alderman, JA Anderson, ...
Global change biology 29 (4), 926-934, 2023
Investigations on stem rust resistance genes in barley.
Y Chai
Reducing water pollution from nitrogen fertilizer: revisiting insights from production economics
Y Chai, DJ Pannell, PG Pardey
Puccinia striiformis (Wheat Stripe Rust)
Y Chai, DJ Kriticos, JM Beddow, E Duveiller, WS Cuddy, T Yonow, ...
Crop Insurance Decision under Expected Revenue
S Zhao, T Skevas, Y Chai, JB Tack
Efficacy of disinfestants in killing urediniospores of wheat stem rust and soybean rust
G Anderson, M Martin, J Kaufman, Y Chai, B Steffenson, J Kurle
PHYTOPATHOLOGY 103 (9), 3-3, 2013
Highly expressed RPG1 protein in a five-copy Rpg1-transgenic barley line results in susceptibility to stem rust.
Y Chai, B Steffenson, J Nirmala, A Kleinhofs
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