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Kanyuka K, Druka A, Caldwell DG, Tymon A, McCallum N, Waugh R, Adams MJ.  2005.  Evidence that the recessive bymovirus resistance locus rym4 in barley corresponds to the eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E gene. Molecular Plant Pathology. 6:449-458. Abstract
Rangel-Castro JI, Prosser JI, Ostle N, Scrimgeour CM, Killham K, Meharg AA.  2005.  Flux and turnover of fixed carbon in soil microbial biomass of limed and un-limed plots of an upland grassland ecosystem. Environmental Microbiology. 7:544-552. Abstract
Pritchard L, Corne D, Kell D, Rowland J, Winson M.  2005.  A general model of error-prone PCR. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 234:497-509. 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
Corbett M, Virtue S, Bell K, Birch PRJ, Burr T, Hyman L, Lilley K, Poock S, Toth IK, Salmond G.  2005.  Identification of a new quorum-sensing-controlled virulence factor in Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica secreted via the type II targeting pathway. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 18:334-342. Abstract
Walters D, Walsh D, Newton AC, Lyon GD.  2005.  Induced resistance for plant disease control: maximizing the efficacy of resistance elicitors. Phytopathology. 95:1368-1373. Abstract
Schmidt O, Quilter JM, Bahar B, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Begley IS, Monahan FJ.  2005.  Inferring the origin and dietary history of beef from C, N and S stable isotope ratio analysis. Food Chemistry. 91:545-549. Abstract
Brooks DR, Clark SJ, Perry JN, Bohan DA, Champion GT, Firbank LG, Haughton AJ, Hawes C, Heard MS, Woiwod IP.  2005.  Invertebrate biodiversity in maize following withdrawal of triazine herbicides. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 272:1497-1502. Abstract
Nunan N, Daniell TJ, Singh BK, Papert A, McNicol JW, Prosser JI.  2005.  Links between plant and rhizoplane bacterial communities in grassland soils, characterized using molecular techniques. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71:6784-6792. Abstract
Zhang X, Crawford JW, Deeks LK, Stutter MI, Bengough AG, Young IM.  2005.  A mass balance based numerical method for the fractional advection-dispersion equation: Theory and application. Water Resources Research. 41:-W07029. Abstract
Whisson SC, Avrova AO, van West P, Jones JT.  2005.  A method for double-stranded RNA-mediated transient gene silencing in Phytophthora infestans. Molecular Plant Pathology. 6:153-163. Abstract
Davies HV, Shepherd LVT, Burrell MM, Carrari F, Urbanczyk-Wochniak E, Leisse A, Hancock RD, Taylor MA, Viola R, Ross HA et al..  2005.  Modulation of fructokinase activity of potato (Solanum tuberosum) results in substantial shifts in tuber metabolism. Plant and Cell Physiology. 46:1103-1115. Abstract
Chapman S, Oparka KJ, Roberts AG.  2005.  New tools for in vivo fluorescence tagging. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 8:565-573. Abstract
Pemberton CL, Whitehead NA, Sebaihia M, Bell KS, Hyman LJ, Harris SJ, Matlin AJ, Robson ND, Birch PRJ, Carr JP et al..  2005.  Novel quorum sensing-controlled genes in Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora: identification of a fungal elicitor homologue in a soft-rotting bacterium. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 18:343-353. 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
Saari SK, Campbell CD, Russell JR, Alexander IJ, Anderson IC.  2005.  Pine microsatellite markers allow roots and ectomycorrhizas to be linked to individual trees. New Phytologist. 165:295-304. Abstract
Humphris SN, Bengough AG, Griffiths BS, Killham K, Rodger S, Stubbs V, Valentine TA, Young IM.  2005.  Root cap influences root colonisation by Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 on maize. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 54:123-130. Abstract
Spooner DM, McLean K, Ramsay G, Waugh R, Bryan GJ.  2005.  A single domestication for potato based on multilocus amplified fragment length polymorphism genotyping. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 102:14694-14699. Abstract
Forbes GA, Chac MG, Kirk HG, Huarte MA, Van Damme M, Distel S, Mackay GR, Stewart HE, Lowe R, Duncan JM et al..  2005.  Stability of resistance to Phytophthora infestans in potato: an international evaluation. Plant Pathology. 54:364-372. Abstract
Rangel-Castro JI, Killham K, Ostle N, Nicol GW, Anderson IC, Scrimgeour CM, Ineson P, Meharg A, Prosser JI.  2005.  Stable isotope probing analysis of the influence of liming on root exudate utilization by soil microrganisms. Environmental Microbiology. 7:828-838. Abstract
Mueller LA, Tanksley SD, Giovannoni JJ, van Eck J, Stack S, Choi D, Kim BD, Chen M, Cheng Z, Li C et al..  2005.  The tomato sequencing project, the first cornerstone of the international Solanaceae project (SOL). Comparative and Functional Genomics. 6:153-158. Abstract
Ellis CJ, Crittenden PD, Scrimgeour CM, Ashcroft CJ.  2005.  Translocation of 15N indicates nitrogen recycling in the mat-forming lichen Cladonia portentosa. New Phytologist. 168:423-434. Abstract
Haupt S, Cowan GH, Ziegler A, Roberts AG, Oparka KJ, Torrance L.  2005.  Two plant-viral movement proteins traffic in the endocytic recycling pathway. Plant Cell. 17:164-181. Abstract
Syed NH, Sureshsundar S, Wilkinson MJ, Bhau BS, Cavalcanti JJV, Flavell AJ.  2005.  Ty1-copia retrotransposon-based SSAP marker development in cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 110:1195-1202.
Lees AK, Wale SJ, van de Graaf P, Brierley JL.  2005.  The use of molecular diagnostics to investigate the epidemiology of potato diseases. Australasian Plant Pathology. 34:449-455. Abstract

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