Plant Quantitative and Population Genomics

Dr. Sariel Hübner

Principal Researcher

Dr. Sariel Hübner

Dr. Sariel Hübner
Plant Quantitative and Population Genomics
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In the lab we integrate experimental ecology and agricultural practices with high-throughput genomics and bioinformatics to study the genetics of adaptation and domestication in crop plants and their wild relatives.

Latest Publications

Why Close a Bacterial Genome? The Plasmid of Alteromonas Macleodii HOT1A3 is a Vector for Inter-Specific Transfer of a Flexible Genomic Island

Fadeev E., De Pascale F., Vezzi A., Hübner S., Aharonovich D. and Sher D.
Frontiers in Microbiology 2016 Volume 7 Pages 248
2016

Genomic analysis of 6,000-year-old cultivated grain illuminates the domestication history of barley.

Mascher M., Schuenemann V.J., Davidovich U., Marom N., Himmelbach A., Hübner S., Korol A., David M., Reiter E., Riehl S., Schreiber M., Vohr S.H., Green R.E., Dawson I.K., Russell J., Kilian B., Muehlbauer G.J., Waugh R., Fahima T., Krause J., Weiss E., Stein N.
Nature Genetics 2016 Volume 48 Pages 1089?1093
2016

Hybridization and extinction

Todesco M., Pascual M.A. Owens G.L, Ostevik K.L., Moyers B.T., Hübner S., Heredia S.M., Caseyes C., Bock D.G., and Rieseberg, L.H.
Evolutionary Applications. 2016 Volume 9 Issue 7 Pages 892-908
2016

RNA-Seq Analysis Identifies Genes Associated with Differential Reproductive Success Under Drought-Stress in Accessions of Wild Barley Hordeum spontaneum

Hübner S., Korol A.B., Schmid K.J.
BMC Plant Biology 2015 Volume 15 Pages 134
2015