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Broadley MR, Hammond JP, King GJ, Astley D, Bowen HC, Meacham MC, Mead A, Pink DAC, Teakle G, Hayden R et al..  2008.  Shoot calcium and magnesium concentrations differ between subtaxa, are highly heritable, and associate with potentially pleiotropic loci in Brassica oleracea. Plant Physiology. 146:1707-1720. Abstract
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Dennis PG, Miller AJ, Clark IM, Taylor RG, Valsami-Jones E, Hirsch PR.  2008.  A novel method for sampling bacteria on plant root and soil surfaces at the microhabitat scale. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 75:12-18. Abstract
Druka A, Potokina E, Luo ZW, Bonar N, Druka I, Zhang L, Marshall DF, Steffenson BJ, Close TJ, Wise RP et al..  2008.  Exploiting regulatory variation to identify genes underlying quantitative resistance to the wheat stem rust pathogen Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 117:261-272. Abstract
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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.
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Liu H, Coulthurst SJ, Pritchard L, Hedley PE, Ravensdale M, Humphris SN, Burr T, Takle GW, Brurberg MB, Birch PRJ et al..  2008.  Quorum sensing coordinates brute force and stealth modes of infection in the plant pathogen Pectobacterium atrosepticum. PLoS Pathogens. 4:-e1000093. Abstract
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McDougall GJ, Ross HA, Ikeji M, Stewart D.  2008.  Berry extracts exert different antiproliferative effects against cervical and colon cancer cells grown in vitro. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56:3016-3023. Abstract
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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

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