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Under preparation

Hu, G., D. Yuan, C.E. Grover, Y. Dong, E. Miller, and J.G. Wendel. Whole-genome resequencing of a wild population of Guadeloupe cotton. (In analysis; scheduled for submission in early 2020)

Hu, G., P.Y. Lung, X. Sui, D. Vera, C.E. Grover, J. Conover, S.B. BeeJay, J. Zhang, H. Bass, and J.F. Wendel. Chromatin structure and evolution of duplicate gene expression. (In analysis and manuscript preparation; scheduled for submission in early 2020)

In press/review/revision

Girimurugan, S.B., X. Sui, G. Hu, Z.M. Turpin, H.W. Bass, J. Zhang. iSeg-Web: a web based implementation of iSeg, a genomic segmentation algorithm. BMC Bioinformatics (in review since 6/19/19)


Dong, Y., G. Hu, C.E. Grover, E. R. Miller, *S. Zhu, & *J.F. Wendel. Parental legacy versus regulatory innovation in salt stress responsiveness of allopolyploid cotton (Gossypium) species. *The Plant Journal PDF

Tahir Mahmood, M. S. Iqbal, H. Li, M. F. Nazir, S. Khalid, Z. Sarfraz, D. Hu, B. Chen, X. Geng, S. M. Tajo, W. Dev, Z. Iqbal, P. Zhao, G. Hu, *X. Du. Differential seedling growth and tolerance indices reflect drought tolerance in cotton. *BMC Plant Biology PDF

#Yang, Y., #C. Zhang, #D. Zhu, H. He, Z. Wei, Q. Yuan, X. Li, X. Gao, B. Zhang, H. Gao, B. Wang, S. Cao, T. Wang, Y. Li, X. Yu, L. Guo, *G. Hu, *Q. Qian, *L. Shang. Identifying candidate genes and patterns of heat-stress response in rice using a genome-wide association study and transcriptome analyses. The Crop Journal 2022. PDF


Grover,C.E., D. Yuan, M.A. Arick, E.R. Miller, G. Hu, D.G. Peterson, J.F. Wendel, J.A. Udall. The Gossypium anomalum genome as a resource for cotton improvement and evolutionary analysis of hybrid incompatibility. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 2021 Oct 19;11(11):jkab319 PDF

Grover, C., D. Yuan, M. Arick, E.R. Miller, G. Hu, D. Peterson, J.F. Wendel, and J. Udall. 2021 The Gossypium stocksii genome as a novel resource for cotton improvement. G3 jkab125 PDF

Hu, G., C.E. Grover, D. Yuan, J. Jareczek, Y. Dong, E. Miller, J.L. Conover, J.F. Wendel. 2021. “Evolution and diversity of the cotton genome” in Cotton Precision Breeding edited by M.U. Rahman, Y. Zafar and T.Z. Zhang. Springer International Publishing. [Book Chapter] PDF

Yuan, D., C.E. Grover, G. Hu, M. Pan, E.R. Miller, J.L. Conover, S.P. Hunt, J.A. Udall, and J.F. Wendel. 2021. Parallel and intertwining threads of domestication in allopolyploid cotton. Adv Sci adv.202003624 PDF


Cao, J.F., B. Zhao, C.C. Huang, Z.W. Chen, T. Zhao, H.R. Liu, G. Hu, X.X. Shangguan, C.M. Shan, L.J. Wang, T.Z. Zhang, J.F. Wendel, X.Y. Guan and X.Y. Chen. 2020. The miR319-targeted GhTCP4 promotes the transition from cell elongation to wall thickening in cotton fiber. Mol Plant 12(7): 1063-1077 PDF

J.P. Gallagher, C.E. Grover, G. Hu, J.J. Jareczek, and J.F. Wendel. 2020. Conservation and divergence in duplicated fiber coexpression networks accompanying domestication of the polyploid Gossypium hirsutum L. G3 10(8): 2879-2892 PDF

Chen, J.Z., A. Sreedasyam, A. Ando, Q. Song, L. De Santiago, A. Hulse-Kemp, M. Ding, R.C. Kirkbride, J. Jenkins, C. Plott, J. Lovell, Y.M. Lin, R.Vaughn, B. Liu, L. Wen, S. Simpson, B.E. Scheffler, C.A. Saski, C.E. Grover, G. Hu, J. Conover, J. Carlson, S. Shu, L.B. Boston, M. Williams, D.G. Peterson, K. McGee, D.C. Jones, J.F. Wendel, D.M. Stelly, J. Grimwood, and J. Schmutz. 2020. Genomic diversifications of five Gossypium allopolyploid species and their impact on cotton improvement. Nat Genet 52: 525–533 PDF

Grover, C.E., M. Pan, E. Long, D. Yuan, G. Hu, L. Brase, D. Stelly, R.J. Schmitz, J.F. Wendel, and J.A. Udall. 2020. The Gossypium longicalyx genome and implications for cotton breeding. G3 10(5): 1457–1467 PDF

Grover, C.E., M. Yoo, M. Gore, D. Harker, R. Byers, A. Lipka, G. Hu, D. Yuan, J. Conover, J. Udall, A. Paterson, and J.F. Wendel. 2020. Genetic analysis of the transition from wild to domesticated cotton (G. hirsutum). G3 10(2):731-754 PDF

Hu, G., C.E. Grover, M.A. Arick, M. Liu, D.G. Peterson, and J.F. Wendel. 2020. Homoeologous gene expression and co-expression network analyses and evolutionary inference in allopolyploids. Briefings in Bioinformatics 22(2):1819-1835 PDF


#Bao, Y., #G. Hu, C.E. Grover; J.L. Conover, D. Yuan and J.F. Wendel. 2019. Unraveling cis and trans regulatory evolution during cotton domestication Nature Communications 10: 5399 PDF

Dong, Y., G. Hu, J. Yu, S. Thu, C.E. Grover; S. Zhu, and J.F. Wendel. 2019. Salt tolerance in diploid and polyploid cotton Gossypium species Plant J 101:1135-1151 PDF

Hu, G. and J. F. Wendel. 2019. Cistrans controls and regulatory novelty accompanying allopolyploidization New Phytologist 221(4):1691–1700. PDF


Wendel, J. F., D. Lisch, G. Hu, and A. S. Mason. 2018. The long and short of doubling down: polyploidy, epigenetics, and the temporal dynamics of genome fractionation. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 49:1–7. PDF

*Zhao, B., *J. F. Cao, *G. Hu, Z. W. Chen, L. Y. Wang, X. X. Shangguan, Ling-Jian Wang, Y. B. Mao, T. Z. Zhang, J. F. Wendel, X. Y. Chen. 2018. Core cis-element variation confers subgenome-biased expression of a transcription factor that functions in cotton fiber elongation. New Phytologist 218(3):1061-1075. PDF


Grover, C. E., M. A. Arick II, J. L. Conover, A. Thrash, G. Hu, W. S. Sanders, C-Y. Hsu, R. Zahra Naqvi, M. Farooq, X. Li, L. Gong, J. Mudge, T. Ramaraj, J. A. Udall, D. G. Peterson, and J. F. Wendel. 2017. Comparative genomics of an unusual biogeographic disjunction in the cotton tribe (Gossypieae) yields insights into genome downsizing. Genome Biol. Evol. 9(12):3328–3344. PDF


Hu, G., R. Hovav, C. Grover, A. Faigenboim-Doron, N. Kadmon, J. T. Page, J. Udall and J. F. Wendel. 2016. Evolutionary conservation and divergence of gene coexpression networks in Gossypium (cotton) seeds. Genome Biology and Evolution 8(12): 3765-3783. PDF

Gallagher, J., C. Grover, G. Hu, and J. F. Wendel. 2016. Insights into the ecology and evolution of polyploid plants through network analysis. Molecular Ecology 25 (11): 2644-2660. PDF


Hu, G., J. Koh, M. J. Yoo, S. Chen, and J. F. Wendel. 2015. Gene-expression novelty in allopolyploid cotton: a proteomic perspective. Genetics 200: 91-104. PDF

Hovav, R., A. Faigenboim-Doron, N. Kadmon, G. Hu, X. Zhang, J. P. Gallagher, and J. F. Wendel. 2015. A transcriptome profile for developing seed of polyploid cotton. Plant Gen. PDF


Hu, G., J. Koh, M. J. Yoo, D. Pathak, S. Chen, and J. F. Wendel. 2014. Proteomics profiling of fiber development and domestication in upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Planta 240: 1237-1251. PDF

Shan, C. M., X. X. Shangguan, B. Zhao, X. F. Zhang, L. M. Chao, C. Q. Yang, L. J. Wang, Hua-Yu Zhu, Yan-Da Zeng, Wang-Zhen Guo, Bao-Liang Zhou, G. Hu, X. Y. Guan, J. Z. Chen, J. F. Wendel, T. Z. Zhang, and X. Y. Chen. 2014. Control of cotton fibre elongation by a homeodomain transcription factor GhHOX3. Nat Commun 5: 5519. PDF


Hu, G., J. Koh, M. Yoo, K. Grupp, S. Chen, and J. F. Wendel. 2013. Proteomic profiling of developing cotton fibers from wild and domesticated Gossypium barbadense. New Phytologist 200: 570–582 PDF


Paterson, A. H., J. F. Wendel, H. Gundlach, H. Guo, J. Jenkins, D. Jin, D. Llewellyn, K. C. Showmaker, S. Shu, J. Udall, M. Yoo, R. Byers, W. Chen, A. Doron-Faigenboim, M. V. Duke, L. Gong, J. Grimwood, C. Grover, K. Grupp, G. Hu, T. Lee, J. Li, L. Lin, T. Liu, B. S. Marler, J. T. Page, A. W. Roberts, E. Romane, W. S. Sanders, E. Szadkowski, X. Tan, H. Tang, C. Xu, J. Wang, Z. Wang, D. Zhang, L. Zhang, H. Ashrafi, F. Bedon, J. E. Bowers, C. L. Brubaker, P. W. Chee, S. Das, A. R. Gingle, C. H. Haigler, D. Harker, L. V. Hoffmann, R. Hovav, D. C. Jones, C. Lemke, S. Mansoor, M. Rahman, L. N. Rainville, A. Rambani, U. K. Reddy, J. Rong, Y. Saranga, B. E. Scheffler, J. A. Scheffler, D. M. Stelly, B. A. Triplett, A. V. Deynze, M. F. S. Vaslin, V. N. Waghmare, S. A. Walford, R. J. Wright, E. A. Zaki, T. Zhang, E. S. Dennis, K. F. X. Mayer, D. G. Peterson, D. S. Rokhsar, X. Wang & J. Schmutz. 2012. Repeated polyploidization of Gossypium genomes and the evolution of spinnable cotton fibres. Nature 492: 423-428. PDF


Bao, Y., G. Hu, L. E. Flagel, A. Salmond, M. Bezanilla, A. H. Paterson, Z. Wang, and J. F. Wendel. 2011. Parallel up-regulation of the profilin gene family following independent domestication of diploid and allopolyploid cotton (Gossypium). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108: 21152–21157. PDF

Hu, G., N. L. Houston, D. Pathak, L. Schmidt, J. Thelen and J. F. Wendel. 2011. Genomically biased accumulation of seed storage proteins in allopolyploid cotton. Genetics 189: 1103-1115. PDF


Hu, G., J. Hawkins, C. Grover, J. F. Wendel. 2010. The history and disposition of transposable elements in polyploid Gossypium. Genome 53: 599-607. PDF


Hovav, R., J. A. Udall, B. Chaudhary, E. Hovav, L. Flagel, G. Hu, and J. F. Wendel. 2008. The evolution of spinable cotton fiber entailed natural selection for prolonged development and a novel metabolism. PLOS Genetics 4(2): e25. PDF

Hawkins, J. S., G. Hu, R. A. Rapp, J. L. Grafenberg, and J. F. Wendel. 2008. Phylogenetic determination of the pace of transposable element proliferation in plants: copia and LINE-like elements in Gossypium. Genome 51: 11-18. PDF


Hu, G., L. Li, D. Li, C. Liu, S. Wei, Y. Liang and X. Su. 2007. Protein preparation and preliminary X-ray crystallorgraphic analysis of a putative glucosamine 6-phosphate deaminase from Streptococcus mutants. Acta Crystallographica Section F 63: 809-811. PDF