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2010
Navajas EA, Glasbey CA, Fisher AV, Ross DW, Hyslop JJ, Richardson RI, Simm G, Roehe R.  2010.  Assessing beef carcass tissue weights using computed tomography spirals of primal cuts. Meat Science. 84:30-38.
2009
Kim S-H, Koroleva OA, Lewandowska D, Pendle AF, Clark GP, Simpson CG, Shaw PJ, Brown JWS.  2009.  Aberrant mRNA transcripts and the nonsense-mediated decay proteins UPF2 and UPF3 are enriched in the Arabidopsis nucleolus. Plant Cell. 21:2045-2057.
Schreiber AWJ, Sutton T, Caldo RA, Kalashyan E, Lovell B, Mayo G, Muehlbauer G, Druka A, Waugh R, Wise RP et al..  2009.  Comparative transcriptomics in the Triticeae. BMC Genomics. 10:-285. Abstract
Uibopuu A, Moora M, Saks U, Daniell TJ, Zobel M, Opik M.  2009.  Differential effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities from ecosystems along management gradient on the growth of forest understorey plant species. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41:2141-2146.
Dawson IK, Hedley PE, Guarino L, Jaenicke H.  2009.  Does biotechnology have a role in the promotion of underutilised crops? Food Policy. 34:319-328.
Wypijewski K, Hornyik C, Shaw JA, Stephens J, Goraczniak R, Gunderson SI, Lacomme C.  2009.  Ectopic 5' splice sites inhibit gene expression by engaging RNA surveillance and silencing pathways in plants. Plant Physiology. 151:955-965.
Brown KL, Wathne GJ, Sales J, Bruce ME, Mabbott NA.  2009.  The effects of host age on follicular dendritic cell status dramatically impair scrapie agent neuroinvasion in aged mice. Journal of Immunology. 183:5199-5207.
Thiel T, Graner A, Waugh R, Grosse I, Close TJ, Stein N.  2009.  Evidence and evolutionary analysis of ancient whole-genome duplication in barley predating the divergence from rice. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 9:-209.
Opik M, Metsis M, Daniell TJ, Zobel M, Moora M.  2009.  Large-scale parallel 454 sequencing reveals host ecological group specificity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a boreonemoral forest. New Phytologist. 184:424-437.
Blower TR, Fineran PC, Johnson MJ, Toth IK, Humphreys DP, Salmond GPC.  2009.  Mutagenesis and functional characterisation of the RNA and protein components of the toxIN abortive infection and toxin-antitoxin locus of Erwinia. Journal of Bacteriology. 191:6029-6039.
Cummings SP, Gyaneshwar P, Vinuesa P, Farruggia FT, Andrews M, Humphry D, Elliott GN, Nelson A, Orr C, Pettitt D et al..  2009.  Nodulation of Sesbania species by Rhizobium (Agrobacterium) strain IRBG74 and other Rhizobia. Environmental Microbiology. 11:2510-2525.
Salse J, Abrouk M, Bolot S, Guilhot N, Courcelle E, Faraut T, Waugh R, Close TJ, Messing J, Feuillet C.  2009.  Reconstruction of monocotyledonous proto-chromosomes reveals faster evolution in plants than in animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 106:14908-14913.
Gregory PJ, Bengough AG, Grinev DV, Schmidt S, Thomas WTB, Wojciechowski T, Young IM.  2009.  Root phenomics of crops - opportunities and challenges. Functional Plant Biology. 36:922-929.
Maestre FT, Bowker M, Puche MD, Bowker M, Hinojosa MB, Mart I, Garc P, Castillo AP, Soliveres S, Luzuriaga AL et al..  2009.  Shrub encroachment can reverse desertification in semi-arid Mediterranean grasslands. Ecology Letters. 12:930-941. Abstract
Goodall N, Kisiswa L, Prashar A, Faulkner S, Tokarczuk P, Singh K, Erichsen JT, Guggenheim J, Halfter W, Wride MA.  2009.  Three-dimensional modelling of chick embryo eye development and growth using high resolution magnetic resonance imaging. Experimental Eye Research. 89:511-521.
Foito A, Byrne SL, Shepherd T, Stewart D, Barth S.  2009.  Transcriptional and metabolic profiles of Lolium perenne L. genotypes in response to a PEG induced water stress. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 7:719-732.

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