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Andersen MN, Sausse C, Lacroix B, Caul S, Mess A.  2007.  Agricultural studies of GM maize and the field experimental infrastructure of ECOGEN. Pedobiologia. 51:175-184. Abstract
Krogh PH, Griffiths BS.  2007.  ECOGEN - Soil ecological and economic evaluation of genetically modified crops. Pedobiologia. 51:171-173. Abstract
Cortet J, Griffiths BS, Bohanec M, Demsar D, Andersen MN, Caul S, Birch ANE, Pernin C, Tabone E, de Vaufleury A et al..  2007.  Evaluation of effects of transgenic Bt maize on microarthropods in a European multi-site experiment. Pedobiologia. 51:207-218. Abstract
de Vaufleury A, Kramarz P, Binet P, Cortet J, Caul S, Andersen MN, Plumey E, Coeurdassier M, Krogh PH.  2007.  Exposure and effects assessments of Bt maize on non-target organisms (gastropod, microarthropods, mycorrhizal fungi) in a semi-field microcosm experiment. Pedobiologia. 51:185-194. Abstract
Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Birch ANE, Cortet J, Andersen MN, Krogh PH.  2007.  Microbial and microfaunal community structure in cropping systems with genetically modified plants. Pedobiologia. 51:195-206. Abstract
Bohanec M, Cortet J, Griffiths BS, Znidarsic M, Debeljak M, Caul S, Thompson J, Krogh PH.  2007.  A qualitative multi-attribute model for assessing the impact of cropping systems on soil quality. Pedobiologia. 51:239-250. Abstract
Krogh PH, Griffiths BS, Demsar D, Bohanec M, Debeljak M, Andersen MN, Sausse C, Birch ANE, Caul S, Holmstrup M et al..  2007.  Responses by earthworms to reduced tillage in herbicide tolerant maize and Bt maize cropping systems. Pedobiologia. 51:219-227. Abstract
Jones JT, Furlanetto C, Phillips M.  2007.  The role of flavonoids produced in response to cyst nematode infection of Arabidopsis thaliana. Nematology. 9:671-677. Abstract

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