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2006
Johnson SN, Birch ANE, Gregory PJ, Murray PJ.  2006.  The 'mother knows best' principle: should soil insects be included in the preference-performance debate? Ecological Entomology. 31:395-401. Abstract
Heckmann L, Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Pusztai-Carey M, Moar, W.J, Andersen MN, Krogh PH.  2006.  Consequences for Protaphorura armata (Collembola: Onychiuridae) following exposure to genetically modified Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) maize and non-Bt maize. Environmental Pollution. 142:212-216. Abstract
Boag B, Neilson R, Scrimgeour CM.  2006.  The effect of starvation on the planarian Arthurdendyus triangulatus (Tricladida: Terricola) as measured by stable isotopes. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 43:267-270. Abstract
Kevekordes K, Holland D, H N, Jenkins S, Kos R, Roberts S, Raven JA, Scrimgeour CM, Shelly K, Stojkovic S et al..  2006.  Inorganic carbon acquisition by eight species of Caulerpa (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyta). Phycologia. 45:442-449. Abstract
McCue KF, Allen PV, Shepherd LVT, Blake A, Whitworth JL, Maccree MM, Rockhold DR, Stewart D, Davies HV, Belknap WR.  2006.  The primary in vivo steroidal alkaloid glucosyltransferase from potato. Phytochemistry. 67:1590-1597. Abstract
2005
Chapman S, Oparka KJ, Roberts AG.  2005.  New tools for in vivo fluorescence tagging. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 8:565-573. Abstract
Quesada V, Dean C, Simpson GG.  2005.  Regulated RNA processing in the control of Arabidopsis flowering. International Journal of Developmental Biology. 49:773-780.
Lees AK, Wale SJ, van de Graaf P, Brierley JL.  2005.  The use of molecular diagnostics to investigate the epidemiology of potato diseases. Australasian Plant Pathology. 34:449-455. Abstract

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