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Kuan HL, Hallett PD, Griffiths BS, Gregory AS, Watts CW, Whitmore AP.  2007.  The biological and physical stability and resilience of a selection of Scottish soils to stresses. European Journal of Soil Science. 58:811-821. Abstract
Woodhall JW, Lees AK, Edwards SG, Jenkinson P.  2007.  Characterisation of Rhizoctonia solani from potato in Great Britain. Plant Pathology. 56:286-295. Abstract
Begg GS, Cullen DW, Iannetta PPM, Squire GR.  2007.  Sources of uncertainty in the quantification of genetically modified oilseed rape contamination in seed lots. Transgenic Research. 16:51-63. Abstract
Moora M, Daniell TJ, Kalle H, Liira J, P K, Roosaluste E, Opik M, Wheatley RE, Zobel M.  2007.  Spatial pattern and species richness of boreonemoral forest understorey and its determinants - A comparison of differently managed forests. Forest Ecology & Management. 250:64-70. Abstract
Griffiths BS, Heckmann LH, Caul S, Thompson J, Scrimgeour CM, Krogh PH.  2007.  Varietal effects of eight paired lines of transgenic Bt maize and near-isogenic non-Bt maize on soil microbial and nematode community structure. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 5:60-68. Abstract
Bos JIB, Kanneganti T-D, Young C, Cakir C, Huitema E, Win J, Armstrong MR, Birch PRJ, Kamoun S.  2006.  The C-terminal half of Phytophthora infestans RXLR effector AVR3a is sufficient to trigger R3a-mediated hypersensitivity and suppress INF1-induced cell death in Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Journal. 48:165-176. Abstract
Donahoo R, Blomquist CL, Thomas SL, Moulton JK, Cooke DEL, Lamour KH.  2006.  Phytophthora foliorum sp. nov., a new species causing leaf blight of azalea. Mycological Research. 110:1309-1322. Abstract

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