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Johnson SN, McNicol JW.  2010.  Elevated CO2 and aboveground-belowground herbivory by the clover root weevil. Oecologia. 162:209-216.
Roberts TJ, McKenna SJ, Du CJ, Wuyts N, Valentine TA, Bengough AG.  2010.  Estimating the motion of plant root cells from in vivo confocal laser scanning microscopy images. Machine Vision and Applications. 21:921-939.
Deng H, Zhang B, Yin R, Wang HL, Mitchell SM, Griffiths BS, Daniell TJ.  2010.  Long-term effect of re-vegetation on the microbial community of a severely eroded soil in sub-tropical China. Plant and Soil. 328:447-458.
Johnson SN, Petitjean S, Clark KE, Mitchell C.  2010.  Protected raspberry production accelerates onset of oviposition by vine weevils (Otiorhynchus sulcatus). Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 12:277-283.
Subbarao GV, Kishii M, Nakahara K, Ishikawa T, Ban T, Tsujimoto H, George TS, Berry WL, Hash CT, Ito O.  2009.  Biological nitrification inhibition (BNI) - Is there potential for genetic interventions in Triticeae? Breeding Science. 59:529-545.
Cockell CS, Kaltenegger L, Raven JA.  2009.  Cryptic photosynthesis - extrasolar planetary oxygen without a surface biological signature. Astrobiology. 9:623-636.
Uibopuu A, Moora M, Saks U, Daniell TJ, Zobel M, Opik M.  2009.  Differential effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities from ecosystems along management gradient on the growth of forest understorey plant species. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41:2141-2146.
Wypijewski K, Hornyik C, Shaw JA, Stephens J, Goraczniak R, Gunderson SI, Lacomme C.  2009.  Ectopic 5' splice sites inhibit gene expression by engaging RNA surveillance and silencing pathways in plants. Plant Physiology. 151:955-965.
Gregory AS, Watts CW, Griffiths BS, Hallett PD, Kuan HL, Whitmore AP.  2009.  The effect of long-term soil management on the physical and biological resilience of a range of arable and grassland soils in England. Geoderma. 153:172-185.
Gregory PJ, Bengough AG, Grinev DV, Schmidt S, Thomas WTB, Wojciechowski T, Young IM.  2009.  Root phenomics of crops - opportunities and challenges. Functional Plant Biology. 36:922-929.

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