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Newton AC, Hackett CA, Swanston JS.  2008.  Analysing the contribution of component cultivars and cultivar combinations to malting quality, yield and disease in complex mixtures. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 88:2142-2152. Abstract
Griffiths DW, Shepherd T, Stewart D.  2008.  Comparison of the calystegine composition and content of potato sprouts and tubers from Solanum tuberosum group Phureja and Solanum tuberosum group Tuberosum. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56:5197-5204.
Woodhead M, McCallum S, Smith K, Cardle L, Mazzitelli L, Graham J.  2008.  Identification, characterisation and mapping of simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers from raspberry root and bud ESTs. Molecular Breeding. 22:555-563. Abstract
Woodhall JW, Lees AK, Edwards SG, Jenkinson P.  2008.  Infection of potato by Rhizoctonia solani: effect of anastomosis group. Plant Pathology. 57:897-905. Abstract
Whybrow S, Horgan GW, Stubbs RJ.  2008.  Low-energy reporting and duration of recording period. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 62:1148-1150. Abstract
Sharma SK, Millam S, Hedley PE, McNicol JW, Bryan GJ.  2008.  Molecular regulation of somatic embryogenesis in potato: an auxin led perspective. Plant Molecular Biology. 68:185-201. Abstract
Hartley IP, Hopkins DW, Garnett MH, Sommerkorn M, Wookey PA.  2008.  Soil microbial respiration in arctic soil does not acclimate to temperature. Ecology Letters. 11:1092-1100. Abstract
Brueggeman R, Druka A, Nirmala J, Cavileer T, Drader T, Rostoks N, Mirlohi A, Bennypaul H, Gill U, Kudrna D et al..  2008.  The stem rust resistance gene Rpg5 encodes a protein with nucleotide binding site, leucine-rich and protein kinase domains. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 105:14970-14975. Abstract

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