Prof Neil Jones
Emeritus Honorary Appointment
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University of Vilnius
University of St. Petersburg
Tallinn University of Biotechnology
Technical University of Lisbon
IPK Gatersleben, Germany
Kyoto University, Japan
BS22820 Human Genetics
Molecular cytogenetics of plants: including genome organisation and evolution; supernumerary B chromosome systems and their potential applications; physical mapping of plant chromosomes and introgression breeding for stress tolerance genes; meiosis, meiotic mutants in rye and tracking the early events of homology search.
The Plant Nucleus at War and Peace: Genome Organization in the Interphase Nucleus. In (eds) Plant Genome Diversity Volume 2: Physical Structure, Behaviour and Evolution of Plant Genomes. Springer Nature pp. 13-31. Cadair2013.
B chromosomes in plants. Plant Biosystems 146 (3) pp. 727-737. Cadair2012.
Genomic structure and fertility in advanced breeding populations derived from an allotetraploid Festuca pratensis x Lolium perenne cross. Plant Breeding Zeitschrift für Pflanzenzüchtung 130 (4) pp. 476-480.2011.
Hubert Rees DFC. 2 October 1923 - 13 September 2009. Biographical Memoirs of the Fellows of the Royal Society 56 pp. 359-376.2011.
Manipulation of meiotic recombination in barley (Hordeum vulgare). PlantMicro-Wales Meeting. Cadair2010.
Dynamics of functional heterochromatic domains in the plant interphase nucleus. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 129 (1-3) pp. 64-71.2010.
Order out of chaos in the hybrid plant nucleus. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 126 (4) pp. 376-389. Cadair2009.
Markers and mapping revisited: finding your gene. New Phytologist 183 (4) pp. 935-966.2009.
Genome restructuring in hybrids: marriages of inconvenience. Cadair2009.
B chromosomes of Puschkinia libanotica are characterized by a reduced level of euchromatic histone H3 methylation marks. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 121 (3-4) pp. 266-270.2008.
Chromosome pairing in allotetraploid hybrids of Festuca pratensis × Lolium perenne revealed by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH). Chromosome Research 16 (4) pp. 575-585.2008.
Chromosomes with a life of their own. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 120 (3-4) pp. 265-280.2008.
A century of B chromosomes in plants: So what? Annals of Botany 101 (6) pp. 767-775.2008.
Dissecting meiosis of rye using translational proteomics. Annals of Botany 101 (6) pp. 873-880.2008.
Dissection of rye B chromosomes and nondisjunction of the dissected segments in common wheat. Genes and Genetic Systems 83 (1) pp. 23-30.2008.
Meiotic genes and proteins in cereals. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 120 (3-4) pp. 291-301.2008.
Molecular assembly of meiotic proteins Asy1 and Zyp1 and pairing promiscuity in rye (Secale cereale L.) and its synaptic mutant sy10. Genetics 174 (3) pp. 1247-1258.2006.
Genome balance in six successive generations of the allotetraploid Festuca pratensis x Lolium perenne. Theoretical and Applied Genetics pp. 539-547.2006.
Colchicine-induced polyploidization depends on tubulin polymerization in c-metaphase cells. Protoplasma pp. 2-4.2006.
Molecular and cytological characterization of genomic variability in hexaploid wheat 'Lindstrom'. Genome pp. 895-904.2005.
Molecular tagging of a senescence gene by introgression mapping of a stay-green mutation from Festuca pratensis. New Phytologist 165 (3) pp. 801-806.2005.
Genome conflict in the gramineae. New Phytologist 165 (2) pp. 391-410.2005.
McClintock's controlling elements: the full story. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 109 (1-3) pp. 1-3.2005.
Strategies for the study of meiosis in rye. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 109 (1-3) pp. 1-3.2005.
Phyletic hot spots for B chromosomes in angiosperms. Evolution pp. 962-969.2005.
Introgression mapping in the grasses. The 4th international symposium on the molecular breeding of forage and turf, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress.2005.
A decade of 'chromosome painting' in Lolium and Festuca. Cytogenetic and Genome Research pp. 393-399.2005.
Models and meiosis in the ’omics era. In (eds) Recent advances in genetics and breeding of the grasses. Polish Academy of Sciences pp. 97-104. Cadair2005.
Evidence for 'cross-talk' between A and B chromosomes of rye. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 271 (S6) pp. S482-S484.2004.
B chromosomes are more frequent in mammals with acrocentric karyotypes: support for the theory of centromeric drive. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 271 (S3) pp. S22-S24.2004.
B chromosome in hybrids of temperate cereals and grasses. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 106 pp. 314-319.2004.
The distribution of B chromosomes across species. Cytogenetic and Genome Research pp. 2-4.2004.
The B chromosome database. Cytogenetic and Genome Research pp. 2-4.2004.
Different numbers of rye B chromosomes induce identical compaction changes in distinct A chromosome domains. Cytogenetic and Genome Research pp. 2-4.2004.
B chromosomes in plants: escapees from the A chromosome genome? Plant Science 8 (9) pp. 417-423.2003.
A high-copy number CACTA family transposon in temperate grasses and cereals. Genetics 163 (3) pp. 1097-1108.2003.
A demonstration of a 1:1 correspondence between chiasma frequency and recombination using a Lolium perenne/Festuca pratensis substitution. Genetics 161 (1) pp. 307-314.2002.
The floral transition in model and forage grasses. Journal of Experimental Botany (33) pp. 42-48.2002.
The nature and destiny of translocated B-chromosome-specific satellite DNA of rye. Chromosome Research 10 (1) pp. 83-86.2002.
Physical and genetic mapping in the grasses Lolium perenne and Festuca pratensis. Genetics 161 pp. 315-324.2002.
Ribosomal DNA is an effective marker of Brassica chromosomes. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 103 (4) pp. 486-490.2001.
Nuclear dispositions of subtelomeric and pericentromeric chromosomal domains during meiosis in asynaptic mutants of rye (Secale cereale L.). Journal of Cell Science 114 (10) pp. 1875-1882.2001.
Genetic and physical analysis of a single Festuca pratensis chromosome segment substitution in Lolium perenne. Chromosoma 110 (1) pp. 52-57.2001.