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Wheaton AD, McKenzie BM, Tisdall JM.  2008.  Management to increase the depth of soft soil improves soil conditions and grapevine performance in an irrigated vineyard. Soil and Tillage Research. 98:68-80. Abstract
Morris WL, Ducreux LJM, Fraser PD, Millam S, Taylor MA.  2006.  Engineering ketocarotenoid biosynthesis in potato tubers. Metabolic Engineering. 8:253-263. Abstract
Muehlbauer GJ, Bhau BS, Syed NH, Heinen S, Cho S, Marshall DF, Pateyron S, Buisine N, Chalhoub B, Flavell AJ.  2006.  A hAT superfamily tranposase recruited by the cereal grass genome. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 275:553-563. Abstract
Castelli L, Bryan GJ, Blok VC, Ramsay G, Sobczak M, Gillespie T, Phillips MS.  2006.  Investigations of Globodera pallida invasion and syncytia formation within roots of the susceptible potato cultivar D. Nematology. 8:103-110. Abstract
Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Birch ANE, Scrimgeour CM, Cortet J, Foggo A, Hackett CA, Krogh PH.  2006.  Soil microbial and faunal community responses to Bt maize and insecticide in two soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 35:734-741. Abstract
Lee JM, Davenport GF, Marshall DF, Ellis THN, Ambrose MJ, Dicks J, van Hintum TJL, Flavell AJ.  2005.  GERMINATE - A generic database for integrating genotypic and phenotypic information for plant genetic resource collections. Plant Physiology. 139:619-631. Abstract
Latijnhouwers M, Hawes C, Carvalho C.  2005.  Holding it all together? Candidate proteins for the plant Golgi matrix Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 8:632-639. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Stewart D.  2005.  The inhibitory effects of berry polyphenols on digestive enzymes. Biofactors. 23:189-195. Abstract

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