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Sunley RJ, Atkinson CJ, Jones HG.  2006.  Chill unit models and recent changes in the occurrence of winter chill and spring frost in the United Kingdom. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology. 81:949-958. Abstract
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Meharg AA, Scrimgeour CM, Hossain SA, Fuller K, Cruickshank K, Williams PN, Kinniburgh DG.  2006.  Codeposition of organic carbon and arsenic in Bengal Delta aquifers. Environmental Science & Technology. 40:4928-4935. Abstract
Meharg AA, Deacon C, Edwards KJ, Donaldson M, Davidson DA, Spring C, Scrimgeour CM, Feldmann J, Rabb A.  2006.  Ancient manuring practices pollute arable soils at the St Kilda World Heritage Site, Scottish North Atlantic. Chemosphere. 64:1818-1828. Abstract
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Lehesranta SJ, Davies HV, Shepherd LVT, Koistinen KM, Massat N, Nunan N, McNicol JW, K SO.  2006.  Proteomic analysis of the potato tuber life cycle. Proteomics. 6:6042-6052. Abstract
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Finkel ZV, Quigg A, Raven JA, Reinfelder JR, Schofield OE, Falkowski PG.  2006.  Irradiance and the elemental stoichiometry of marine phytoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography. 51:2690-2701. Abstract
Feeney D, Crawford JW, Daniell TJ, Hallett PD, Nunan N, Ritz K, Rivers M, Young IM.  2006.  Three-dimensional microorganisation of the soil-root-microbe system. Microbial Ecology. 52:151-158. Abstract
Feeney D, Hallett PD, Rodger S, Bengough AG, White NA, Young IM.  2006.  Impact of fungal and bacterial biocides on microbial induced water repellency in arable soil. Geoderma. 135:72-80. Abstract
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Abang M, Baum M, Ceccarelli S, Grando S, Linde CC, Yahyaoui A, Zhan J, McDonald BA.  2006.  Differential selection on Rhynchosporium secalis during parasitic and saprophytic phases in the barley scald disease cycle. Phytopathology. 96:1214-1222. Abstract

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