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Dobson G, Shepherd T, Verrall SR, Conner S, McNicol JW, Ramsay G, Shepherd LVT, Davies HV, Stewart D.  2008.  Phytochemical diversity in tubers of potato cultivars and landraces using a GC-MS metabolomics approach. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56:10280-10291. Abstract
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Hallett PD, Feeney D, Bengough AG, Rillig MC, Scrimgeour CM, Young IM.  2009.  Disentangling the impact of AM fungi versus roots on soil structure and water transport. Plant and Soil. 314:183-196. Abstract
Hawes C, Haughton AJ, Bohan DA, Squire GR.  2009.  Functional approaches for assessing plant and invertebrate abundance patterns in arable systems. Basic and Applied Ecology. 10:34-42. Abstract
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Langkilde S, Schroder M, Stewart D, Meyer O, Conner S, Davies HV, Poulsen M.  2008.  Acute toxicity of high doses of the glycoalkaloids, . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56:8753-8760. Abstract
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Ma'shum M, Tisdall JM, Borrell AK, McKenzie BM, Gill JS, Kusnarta IGM, Sukartono M, Van Cooten DE.  2009.  Rice responses to soil management in rice-based cropping system in the semi-arid tropics of southern Lombok, Eastern Indonesia. Field Crops Research. 110:197-206. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Kulkarni NN, Stewart D.  2009.  Berry polyphenols inhbit pancreatic lipase actvity in vitro. Food Chemistry. 115:193-199. Abstract
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Newton AC, Guy DC.  2009.  The effects of uneven patchy cultivar mixtures on disease control and yield in winter barley. Field Crops Research. 110:225-228. Abstract
Newton AC, Begg GS, Swanston JS.  2009.  Deployment of diversity for enhanced crop function. Annals of Applied Biology. 154:309-322. Abstract

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