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2008
Hallett PD.  2008.  A brief overview of the causes, impacts and amelioration of soil water repellency - a Review. Soil and Water Research. 3:S21-S29.
Pswarayi A, van Eeuwijk FA, Ceccarelli S, Grando S, Comadran J, Russell JR, Pecchioni N, Tondelli A, Akar T, Al-Yassin A et al..  2008.  Changes in allele frequencies in landraces, old and modern barley cultivars of marker loci close to QTL for grain yield under high and low input conditions. Euphytica. 163:435-447. Abstract
Coulthurst SJ, Lilley KS, Hedley PE, Liu H, Toth IK, Salmond GPC.  2008.  DsbA plays a critical and multifaceted role in the production of secreted virulence factors by the phytopathogen, Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 283:23739-23753. Abstract
Kloosterman B, De Koeyer D, Griffiths R, Flinn B, Steuernagel B, Scholz U, Sonnewald S, Sonnewald U, Bryan GJ, Prat S et al..  2008.  Genes driving potato tuber initiation and growth: identification based on transcriptional changes using the POCI array. Functional & Integrative Genomics. 8:329-340. Abstract
Begg GS, Elliott MJ, Cullen DW, Iannetta PPM, Squire GR.  2008.  Heterogeneity in the distribution of genetically modified and conventional oilseed rape within fields and seed lots. Transgenic Research. 17:805-816. Abstract
Zhang B, Hallett PD, Zhang G.  2008.  Increase in the fracture toughness and bond energy of clay by a root exudate. European Journal of Soil Science. 59:855-862. Abstract
Lyons M, Cardle L, Rostoks N, Waugh R, Flavell AJ.  2008.  Isolation, analysis and marker utility of novel miniature inverted repeat transposable elements from the barley genome. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 280:275-285. Abstract
Guilioni L, Jones HG, Leinonen I, Lhomme JP.  2008.  On the relationships between stomatal resistance and leaf temperatures in thermography. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148:1908-1912.
McDougall GJ, Martinussen I, Stewart D.  2008.  Towards fruitful metabolomics: High throughput analyses of polyphenol composition in berries using direct infusion mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography B. 871:362-369. Abstract

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