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Johnson SN, McNicol JW.  2010.  Elevated CO2 and aboveground-belowground herbivory by the clover root weevil. Oecologia. 162:209-216.
Wang MH, Hu XH, Li G, Leach LJ, Potokina E, Druka A, Waugh R, Kearsey MJ, Luo ZW.  2009.  Robust detection and genotyping of single feature polymorphisms from gene expression data. PLoS Computational Biology. 5:-e1000317.
Cameron AR, Anton S, Melville L, Houston NP, Dayal S, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Rena G.  2008.  Black tea polyphenols mimic insulin/insulin-like growth factor-1 signalling to the longevity factor FOXO1a. Aging Cell. 7:69-77. Abstract
Jones JT, Moens M, Mota M, Li HM, Kikuchi T.  2008.  Bursaphelenchus xylophilus: opportunities in comparative genomics and molecular host-parasite interactions (Review). Molecular Plant Pathology. 9:357-368. Abstract
Chatterjee A, Horgan GW, Theobald CM.  2008.  Exposure assessment for pesticide intake from multiple food products: a Bayesian latent-variable approach. Risk Analysis. 28:1727-1736. Abstract
Opik M, Moora M, Zobel M, Saks U, Wheatley RE, Wright F, Daniell TJ.  2008.  High diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a boreal, herb-rich, coniferous forest. New Phytologist. 179:867-876. Abstract
Canetta E, Kim S-H, Kalinina NO, Shaw J, Adya AK, Gillespie T, Brown JWS, Taliansky ME.  2008.  A plant virus movement protein forms ringlike complexes with the major nucleolar protein, fibrillarin, in vitro. Journal of Molecular Biology. 376:932-937. Abstract
Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Hackett CA, Cortet J, Pernin C, Krogh PH.  2008.  Soil microbial and faunal responses to herbicide tolerant maize and herbicide in two soils. Plant and Soil. 308:93-103. Abstract
Chichkova NV, Galiullina RA, Taliansky ME, Vartapetian AB.  2008.  Tissue disruption activates a plant caspase-like protease with TATD cleavage specificity. Plant Stress. 2:89-95. Abstract

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