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Raven JA, Crane P.  2007.  Trees. Current Biology. 17:R303-R304. Abstract
van den Berg N, Berger DK, Hein I, Birch PRJ, Wingfield MJ, Viljoen A.  2007.  Tolerance in banana to Fusarium wilt is associated with early up-regulation of cell wall-strengthening genes in the roots. Molecular Plant Pathology. 8:333-341. Abstract
Chung BN, Canto T, Palukaitis P.  2007.  Stability of recombinant plant viruses containing genes of unrelated plant viruses. Journal of General Virology. 88:1347-1355. Abstract
Mitchell A, Oommen M, Bhatia P, Scott P, Robertson ZC, Stewart D, McDougall GJ, Wallace HM.  2007.  Scottish berries - potential for dietary chemoprevention? Scottish Medical Journal. 52:54-54. Abstract
Li X, Halpin C, Ryan MD.  2007.  A novel cleavage site within the potato leafroll virus P1 polyprotein. Journal of General Virology. 88:1620-1623. Abstract
Kim S-H, MacFarlane SA, Kalinina NO, Rakitina DV, Ryabov E, Gillespie T, Haupt S, Brown JWS, Taliansky ME.  2007.  Interaction of a plant virus-encoded protein with the major nucleolar protein fibrillarin is required for systemic virus infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 104:11115-11120.
Watanabe T, Broadley MR, Jansen S, White PJ, Takada J, Satake K, Takamatsu T, Tuah SJ, Osaki M.  2007.  Evolutionary control of leaf element composition in plants. New Phytologist. 174:516-523. Abstract
Sommerhalder RJ, McDonald BA, Zhan J.  2007.  Concordant evolution of mitochondrial and nuclear genomes in the wheat pathogen Phaeosphaeria nodurum. Fungal Genetics and Biology. 44:764-772. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Fyffe S, Dobson P, Stewart D.  2007.  Anthocyanins from red cabbage - stability to simulated gastrointestinal digestion. Phytochemistry. 68:1285-1294. Abstract

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