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McDougall GJ, Fyffe S, Dobson P, Stewart D.  2007.  Anthocyanins from red cabbage - stability to simulated gastrointestinal digestion. Phytochemistry. 68:1285-1294. 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
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
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.
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
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
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
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
Raven JA, Crane P.  2007.  Trees. Current Biology. 17:R303-R304. Abstract

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