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Reid, A. "Target format and hybridization conditions." In Gene Probes: Principles and Protocols, edited by M. Aquino de Muro and R. Rapley, 1-11. Totowa, NJ : Humana Press, 2001.
Carnegie, S. F., G. S. Saddler, and T. Davey. "Temperature and the transmission of Potato mop-top virus (PMTV)." Aspects of Applied Biology 94, Potatoes, viruses and their vectors (2009): 21-26.
Green, F. N., and T. Christie. "Testing Pea cultivars (Pisum sativum L. sensu lato) for Distinctness, Uniformity and Stability in the UK since 1968." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 2000-2003, 25-29. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2005.
Carnegie, S. F., and A. M. Cameron. "Testing potato cultivars for susceptibility to skin spot." Potato Research 26, no. 1 (1983): 69-72.
Carnegie, S. F., T. Davey, G. S. Saddler, J. Peters, and G. Budge. Testing potato varieties for susceptibility to potato mop-top virus (PMTV)., 2009.
Martinez-Padilla, J., F. Mougeot, L. M. I. Webster, L. Perez-Rodriguez, and S. B. Piertney. "Testing the interactive effects of testosterone and parasites on carotenoid-based ornamentation in a wild bird." Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23, no. 5 (2010): 902-913.
Cockerell, V., J. E. Thomas, and W. S. Clark. Testing winter wheat for seed-borne disease In HGCA Topic Sheet ; No. 73 . London: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 2003.
Tilsner, J., O. Linnik, K. M. Wright, K. Bell, A. G. Roberts, C. Lacomme, Santa S. Cruz, and K. J. Oparka. "The TGB1 movement protein of potato virus X re-organises actin and endomembranes into the X-body, a viral replication factory." Plant Physiology 158, no. 3 (2012): 1359-1370.
Schlenzig, A., R. Campbell, and V. Mulholland. "Thuja occidentalis: a new host for Phytophthora lateralis." New Disease Reports 24 (2011): 8.
Birch, P. R. J., A. O. Avrova, A. Dellagi, C. Lacomme, Santa S. Cruz, and G. D. Lyon. "To die and let live: programmed cell death in plants in response to pathogen attack." In Molecular Plant Pathology, edited by M. Dickinson and J. Beynon, 175-197. Vol. 4. Annual Plant Reviews 4. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000.
Horgan, G. W., M. Talbot, and J. C. Davey. "Towards automatic recognition of plant varieties." In British Computer Society Electronic Workshops in Computing: The challenge of image retrieval. University of Northumbria at Newcastle, 5th February, 1998.
Dicks, K., I. McDowall, P. O'Donoghue, and L. M. I. Webster. Tracking rhino horns : validation of a forensic STR marker set for black rhinos. Population Genetics Group (Genetics Society), Glasgow, UK., 2012.
Gu, H., J. Hughes, and S. Dorn. "Trade-off between mobility and fitness in Cydia pomonella L. (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)." Ecological Entomology 31, no. 1 (2006): 68-74.
Wenzel, M. A., L. M. I. Webster, S. Paterson, F. Mougeot, J. Martinez-Padilla, and S. B. Piertney. "A transcriptomic investigation of handicap models in sexual selection." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67, no. 2 (2013): 221-234.
Webster, L. M. I., S. Paterson, F. Mougeout, J. Martinez-Padilla, and S. B. Piertney. "Transcriptomic response of red grouse to gastro-intestinal nematode parasites and testosterone: implications for population dynamics." Molecular Ecology 20, no. 5 (2011): 920-931.
Oxley, S. J. P., and V. Cockerell. "Transmission of Bunt (Tilletia caries) in Winter wheat with reference to seed-borne inoculum, site and climate." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 1996, 97-102. Dundee, 1996.
Harrington, R., S. Parker, M. Taylor, T. Adamowicz, D. Cox, S. Foster, I. Denholm, A. Dewar, and J. Pickup. "Trapped in 2002." British Sugar Beet Review 71 (2003): 12-17.
Carnegie, S. F., G. A. Hide, A. M. Cameron, P. Haddon, and S. M. Hall. "Tuber health of Scottish seed potatoes." In Abstracts of the 13th Triennial Conference of the European Association for Potato Research, 109-110. Veldhoven, 1996.
Pearson, K. M. "Twenty years of selecting and evaluating herbage varieties." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 1997-2000, 22-25. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2000.
Lauvergeat, V., C. Lacomme, E. Lacombe, E. Lasserre, D. Roby, and J. Grima-Pettenati. "Two cinnamoyl-CoA reductase (CCR) genes from Arabidopsis thaliana are differentially expressed during development and in response to infection with pathogenic bacteria." Phytochemistry 57, no. 7 (2001): 1185-1195.


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