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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
Newton AC, Begg GS, Swanston JS.  2009.  Deployment of diversity for enhanced crop function. Annals of Applied Biology. 154:309-322. Abstract
Pawlett M, Hopkins DW, Moffett BF, Harris JA.  2009.  The effect of earthworms and liming on soil microbial communities. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 45:361-369. Abstract
MacFarlane SA, McGavin WJ.  2009.  Genome activation by Raspberry bushy dwarf virus coat protein. Journal of General Virology. 90:747-753.
Schulte D, Close TJ, Graner A, Langridge P, Matsumoto T, Muehlbauer GJ, Sato K, Schulman AH, Waugh R, Wise RP et al..  2009.  International Barley Sequencing Consortium - at the threshold of efficient access to the barley genome. Plant Physiology. 149:142-147. Abstract
Hancock RD.  2009.  Recent patents on vitamin C: Opportunities for crop improvement and single-step biological manufacture. Recent Patents on Food, Nutrition and Agriculture. 1:39-49. Abstract
Neumann G, George TS, Plassard C.  2009.  Strategies and methods for studying the rhizosphere - the plant science toolbox. Plant and SoilPlant and Soil. 321:431-456.
van Dijk JP, Cankar K, Scheffer SJ, Beenen HGJ, Shepherd LVT, Stewart D, Davies HV, Wilcockson SJ, Leifert C, Gruden K et al..  2009.  Transcriptome analysis of potato tubers - effects of different agricultural practices. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 57:1612-1623. Abstract
Swanson MM, Fraser G, Daniell TJ, Torrance L, Gregory PJ, Taliansky ME.  2009.  Viruses in soils: morphological diversity and abundance in the rhizosphere. Annals of Applied Biology. 155:51-60. Abstract

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