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Aflakpui GKS, Gregory PJ, Froud-Williams RJ.  2005.  Carbon (13C) and nitrogen (15N) translocation in a maize-Striga hermonthica association. Experimental Agriculture. 41:321-333. Abstract
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Chen W-M, James EK, Chou J-H, Sheu S-Y, Yang S-Z, Sprent JI.  2005.  β-Rhizobia from Mimosa pigra, a newly discovered invasive plant in Taiwan. New Phytologist. 168:661-675. Abstract
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Ford KE, Gregory PJ, Gooding MJ, Pepler S.  2006.  Genotype and fungicide effects on late-season root growth of winter wheat.. Plant and Soil. 284:33-44. Abstract
Forster BP, Thomas WTB.  2005.  Doubled haploids in genetics and plant breeding. Plant Breeding Reviews. 25:57-80. Abstract
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Gregory PJ.  2006.  Roots, rhizosphere and soil: the route to a better understanding of soil science? European Journal of Soil Science. 57:2-12. Abstract
Gregory PJ, Ingram JSI, Brklacich M.  2005.  Climate change and food security. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B. 360:2139-2148. Abstract
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Harrison BD, Robinson DJ.  2005.  Another quarter century of great progress in understanding the biological properties of plant viruses. Annals of Applied Biology. 146:15-37. Abstract
Haupt S, Stroganova T, Ryabov E, Kim S-H, Fraser G, Duncan G, Mayo M, Barker H, Taliansky ME.  2005.  Nucleolar localisation of Potato leafroll virus capsid proteins. Journal of General Virology. 86:2891-2896. Abstract
Hopkins DW, Marinari S, Tilston EL, Halpin C.  2005.  Lumbricus terrestris counteract the effects of modified lignin biosynthesis on the decomposition of tobacco plant residues. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 37:1141-1144. Abstract
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Kumar PL, Latha TKS, Kulkarni NK, Raghavendra N, Saxena KB, Waliyar F, Rangaswamy KT, Muniyappa V, Doriswamy S, Jones AT.  2005.  Broad-based resistance to pigeonpea sterility mosaic disease in wild relatives of pigeonpea (Cajanus: Phaseoleae). Annals of Applied Biology. 146:371-379. Abstract
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Meier-Augenstein W, Fraser I.  2008.  Forensic isotope analysis leads to identification of a mutilated murder victim. Science and Justice. 48:153-159. Abstract
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Pylypenko LA, Uehara T, Phillips MS, Sigareva DD, Blok VC.  2005.  Identification of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida in the Ukraine by PCR. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 111:39-46. Abstract
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Saldarelli P, Castellano MA, Harrison BD, Martelli GP.  2005.  Two grapevine viruses in an ornamental Vitis species from Scotland. Journal of Plant Pathology. 87:-76. Abstract
Sprent JI.  2005.  West African legumes: the role of nodulation and nitrogen fixation. New Phytologist. 167:326-330. Abstract
Sprent JI.  2005.  Preface. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 4:1-2. Abstract
Stoll M, Jones HG.  2007.  Thermal imaging as a viable tool for monitoring plant stress. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin. 41:77-84.
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Tobin AK, Bowsher CG.  2005.  Nitrogen and carbon metabolism in plastids: evolution, integration and coordination with reactions in the cytosol.. Advances in Botanical Research. 42:113-165.
Tuomainen MH, Nunan N, Lehesranta SJ, Tervahauta AI, Hassinen VH, Schat H, Koistinen KM, Auriola S, McNicol JW, Karenlampi SO.  2006.  Multivariate analysis of protein profiles of metal hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens accessions. Proteomics. 6:3696-3706. Abstract
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Webster EA, Halpin C, Chudek JA, Tilston EL, Hopkins DW.  2005.  Decomposition in soil of soluble, insoluble and lignin-rich fractions of plant material from tobacco with genetic modifications to lignin biosynthesis. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 37:751-760. Abstract
Williamson B, Tudzynski B, Tudzynski P, Van Kan JAL.  2007.  Botrytis cinerea: the cause of grey mould disease. Molecular Plant Pathology. 8:561-580. Abstract
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Yeates GW, Boag B.  2006.  Female size shows similar trends in all clades of the phylum Nematoda. Nematology. 8:111-127. Abstract

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