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McDougall GJ, Kulkarni NN, Stewart D.  2009.  Berry polyphenols inhbit pancreatic lipase actvity in vitro. Food Chemistry. 115:193-199. Abstract
McKenzie BM, Bengough AG, Hallett PD, Thomas WTB, Forster BP, McNicol JW.  2009.  Deep rooting and drought screening of cereal crops: A novel field-based method and its application.. Field Crops Research. 112:165-171. Abstract
Barr P, McKenzie BM, Hallett PD.  2009.  Earthworms bring compacted and loose soils to a similar mechanical state. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41:656-658. Abstract
Hopkins DW, Sparrow AD, Gregorich EG, Elberling B, Novis P, Fraser F, Scrimgeour CM, Dennis PG, Meier-Augenstein W, Greenfield LG.  2009.  Isotopic evidence for the provenance and turnover of organic carbon by soil microorganisms in the Antarctic dry valleys. Environmental Microbiology. 11:597-608. Abstract
Graham J, Hackett CA, Smith K, Woodhead M, Hein I, McCallum S.  2009.  Mapping QTLs for developmental traits in raspberry from bud break to ripe fruit. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 118:1143-1155. Abstract
Debeljak M, Kocev D, Towers W, Jones M, Griffiths BS, Hallett PD.  2009.  Potential of multi-objective models for risk-based mapping of the resilience characteristics of soils: demonstration at a national level. Soil Use and Management. 25:66-77.
van Poppel PMJA, Guo J, van de Vondervoort PJI, Jung MWM, Birch PRJ, Whisson SC, Govers F.  2008.  The Phytophthora infestans avirulence gene Avr4 encodes an RXLR-dEER effector. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 21:1460-1470. Abstract

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