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McCallum S, Woodhead M, Hackett CA, Kassim A, Paterson A, Graham J.  2010.  Genetic and environmental effects influencing fruit colour and QTL analysis in raspberry. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 121:611-627.
Castillo NRF, Reed BM, Graham J, Fern F, Bassil NV.  2010.  Microsatellite markers for raspberry and blackberry. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 135:271-278.
Kassim A, Poette J, Paterson A, Zait D, McCallum S, Woodhead M, Smith K, Hackett CA, Graham J.  2009.  Environmental and seasonal influences on red raspberry anthocyanin antioxidant contents and identification of quantitative traits loci (QTL). Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 53:625-634. Abstract
Graham J, Hackett CA, Smith K, Woodhead M, Hein I, McCallum S.  2009.  Mapping QTLs for developmental traits in raspberry from bud break to ripe fruit. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 118:1143-1155. Abstract
Graham J, Woodhead M, Smith K, Russell JR, Marshall B, Ramsay G, Squire GR.  2009.  New insight into wild red raspberry populations using simple sequence repeat markers. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 134:109-119. Abstract
Graham J, Smith K, Tierney I, MacKenzie K, Hackett CA.  2006.  Mapping gene H controlling cane pubescence in raspberry and its association with resistance to cane botyritis and spur blight, rust and cane spot. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 112:818-831. Abstract
Stafne ET, Clark JR, Weber CA, Graham J, Lewers KS.  2005.  Simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers for genetic mapping of raspberry and blackberry. Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science. 130:722-728. Abstract

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