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2008
Griffiths BS, Hallett PD, Kuan HL, Gregory AS, Watts CW, Whitmore AP.  2008.  Functional resilience of soil microbial communities depends on both soil structure and microbial community composition. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 44:745-754. Abstract
2007
Ross HA, McDougall GJ, Stewart D.  2007.  Antiproliferative activity is predominantly associated with ellagitannins in raspberry extracts. Phytochemistry. 68:218-228. Abstract
Tetzlaff D, Waldron S, Brewer MJ, Soulsby C.  2007.  Assessing nested hydrological and hydrochemical behaviour of a mesoscale catchment using continuous tracer data. Journal of Hydrology. 336:430-443. Abstract
Kim S-H, Ryabov EV, Kalinina N, Rakitina DV, Gillespie T, MacFarlane SA, Haupt S, Brown JWS, Taliansky ME.  2007.  Cajal bodies and the nucleolus are required for a plant virus systemic infection. EMBO Journal. 26:2169-2179. Abstract
Andersen HS, Gambling L, Holtrop G, McArdle HJ.  2007.  Effect of dietary copper deficiency on iron metabolism in the pregnant rat. British Journal of Nutrition. 97:239-246. Abstract
Chung BN, Canto T, Palukaitis P.  2007.  Stability of recombinant plant viruses containing genes of unrelated plant viruses. Journal of General Virology. 88:1347-1355. Abstract
Wright KM, Wood NT, Roberts AG, Chapman S, Boevink P, MacKenzie K, Oparka KJ.  2007.  Targeting of TMV movement protein to plasmodesmata requires the actin/ER network: Evidence from FRAP. Addendum. Plant Signaling & Behaviour. 2:180-181. Abstract
2006
Rostoks N, Ramsay L, MacKenzie K, Cardle L, Bhat PR, Roose ML, Svensson JT, Stein N, Varshney RK, Marshall DF et al..  2006.  Recent history of artificial outcrossing facilitates whole-genome association mapping in elite inbred crop varieties. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 103:18656-18661. Abstract

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