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Tetzlaff D, Waldron S, Brewer MJ, Soulsby C.  2007.  Assessing nested hydrological and hydrochemical behaviour of a mesoscale catchment using continuous tracer data. Journal of Hydrology. 336:430-443. Abstract
Raven JA.  2007.  Astrobiology: Photosynthesis in watercolours. Nature. 448:-418.
Kim S-H, Ryabov EV, Kalinina N, Rakitina DV, Gillespie T, MacFarlane SA, Haupt S, Brown JWS, Taliansky ME.  2007.  Cajal bodies and the nucleolus are required for a plant virus systemic infection. EMBO Journal. 26:2169-2179. Abstract
Woodhall JW, Lees AK, Edwards SG, Jenkinson P.  2007.  Characterisation of Rhizoctonia solani from potato in Great Britain. Plant Pathology. 56:286-295. Abstract
Mazzitelli L, Hancock RD, Haupt S, Walker PG, Pont SDA, McNicol JW, Cardle L, Morris J, Viola R, Brennan RM et al..  2007.  Co-ordinated gene expression during phases of dormancy release in raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) buds.. Journal of Experimental Botany. 58:1035-1045. Abstract
van Nugteren I, Hein I, Berger DK.  2007.  Development of a virus-induced gene silencing system in pearl millet. South African Journal of Botany. 73:339-339. Abstract
Mao X, Hu F, Griffiths BS, Chen XY, Liu M, Li H.  2007.  Do bacterial-feeding nematodes stimulate root proliferation through hormonal effects? Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 39:1816-1819. Abstract
El Zemrany H, Czarnes S, Hallett PD, Alamercery S, Bally R, Monrozier LJ.  2007.  Early changes in root characteristics of maize (Zea mays) following seed inoculation with the PGPR Azospirillum lipoferum CRT1. Plant and Soil. 291:109-118. Abstract
Hopkins DW, Webster EA, Boerjan W, Pilate G, Halpin C.  2007.  Genetically modified lignin belowground. Nature Biotechnology. 25:168-169. Abstract
Varshney RK, Marcel TC, Ramsay L, Russell JR, R MS, Stein N, Waugh R, Langridge P, Niks RE, Graner A.  2007.  A high density barley microsatellite consensus map with 775 SSR loci. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 114:1091-1103. Abstract
Eaton SL, Rocchi M, Gonz L, Hamilton S, Finlayson J, Sales J, Jeffrey M, Steele PJ, Dagliesh MP, Rodger SM et al..  2007.  Immunological differences between susceptible and resistant sheep during the preclinical phase of scrapie infection. Journal of General Virology. 88:1384-1391. Abstract
Allcroft DJ, Glasbey CA, Paulo MJ.  2007.  A latent Gaussian model for multivariate consumption data. Food Quality and Preference. 18:508-516. Abstract
Gibson T, Blok VC, Phillips MS, Hong G, Kumarasinghe D, Riley IT, Dowton M.  2007.  The mitochondrial subgenomes of the nematode Globodera pallida are mosaics: Evidence of recombination in an animal mitochondrial genome. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 64:463-471. Abstract
Caumette G, Ouypornkochagorn S, Scrimgeour CM, Raab A, Feldmann J.  2007.  Monitoring the arsenic and iodine exposure of seaweed-eating North Ronaldsay sheep from the gestational and suckling periods to adulthood by using horns as a dietary archive. Environmental Science & Technology. 41:2673-2679. Abstract
Judge J, Davidson RS, Marion G, White PCL, Hutchings MR.  2007.  Persistence of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in rabbits: the interplay between horizontal and vertical transmission. Journal of Applied Ecology. 44:302-311. Abstract
Molina-Cano J-L, Moralejo MA, Elia M, Mu P, Russell JR, P AM, Ciudad F, Swanston JS.  2007.  QTL analysis of a cross between European and North American malting barleys reveals a putative candidate gene for . Molecular Breeding. 19:275-284. Abstract
Lewsey M, Robertson FC, Canto T, Palukaitis P, Carr JP.  2007.  Selective targeting of miRNA-regulated plant development by a viral counter-silencing protein. Plant Journal. 50:240-252. Abstract
Zhan J, Torriani SFF, McDonald BA.  2007.  Significant difference in pathogencity between MAT1-1 and MAT1-2 isolates in the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola.. Fungal Genetics and Biology. 44:339-346. Abstract

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