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Norra S, Handley LL, Berner Z, St D.  2005.  13C and 15N natural abundances of urban soils and herbaceous vegetation in Karlsruhe, Germany. European Journal of Soil Science. 56:607-620. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Gordon SL, Brennan RM, Stewart D.  2005.  Anthocyanin-flavanol condensation products from blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:7878-7885. 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
Jing RC, Knox MR, Lee JM, Vershinin AV, Ambrose M, Ellis THN, Flavell AJ.  2005.  Insertional polymorphism and antiquity of PDR1 retrotransposon insertions in Pisum species. Genetics. 171:741-752. Abstract
Chapman S, Oparka KJ, Roberts AG.  2005.  New tools for in vivo fluorescence tagging. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 8:565-573. 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
Mylnikov SV, Kokko H, K SO, Oparina TI, Davies HV, Stewart D.  2005.  Rubus fruit juices affect lipid peroxidation in a Drosophila melanogaster model in vivo.. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:7728-7733. 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
Boag B, Deeks L, Orr A, Neilson R.  2005.  A spatio-temporal analysis of a New Zealand flatworm (Arthurdendyus triangulatus) population in western Scotland. Annals of Applied Biology. 147:81-88. Abstract

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