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Sjölund, M. J., Y. M. Arnsdorf, M Carnegie, E Fornefeld, and T Will. "‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’ detected in Trioza urticae using suction trap-based monitoring of psyllids in Germany." Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection 126, no. 1 (2019): 89-92.
Mawassi, M, O Dror, M Bar-Joseph, A Piasezky, M. J. Sjölund, N Levitzky, N Shoshana, L Meslenin, S Haviv, C Porat et al. "‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’ Is Tightly Associated with Carrot Yellows Symptoms in Israel and Transmitted by the Prevalent Psyllid Vector Bactericera trigonica." Phytopathology 108, no. 9 (2018): 1056-1066.
Regan, T, M W. Barnett, D Laetsch, S J. Bush, D Wragg, G E. Budge, F. Highet, B Dainat, J R. de Miranda, M Watson et al. "Characterisation of the British honey bee metagenome." Nature Communications 9 (2018).
Pekas, A, E Palevsky, J C. Sumner, M A. Perotti, M Nesvorna, and J Hubert. "Comparison of bacterial microbiota of the predatory mite Neoseiulus cucumeris (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and its factitious prey Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Acari: Acaridae)." Scientific Reports 7 (2017).
Reid, K. B., M. J. Taylor, L. M. Melton, S. Lock, and P. Stoddart. Comparison of micro-flow and high-flow UHPLC/MSMS (incorporating polarityswitching) for the quantitative determination of multiple pesticide residues present in strawberry crude extract. European Pesticide Residue Workshop, Dublin, Republic of Ireland., 2014.PDF icon European Pesticide Residue Workshop, Dublin, 2014 (922.87 KB)
Matejusova, I, K Lester, Z Li, J Bravo, F Bland, and B Collet. "Comparison of complete polyprotein sequences of two isolates of salmon alphavirus (SAV) type I and their behaviour in a salmonid cell line." Archives of Virology 158, no. 10 (2013): 2143-2146.
Reid, K. B., M. J. Taylor, George A. Keenan, and A. Giela. A complementary acetonitrile extraction procedure for multi-residue pesticide screening without solvent evaporation, solvent exchange or extract clean-up. European Pesticide Residue Workshop, Vienna, Austria., 2012.PDF icon EPRW 2012 (578.42 KB)
Melton, L. M., George A. Keenan, E. A. Sharp, and M. J. Taylor. A complementary multi-residue LC-MSMS method for faster laboratory investigations into suspected poisoning of vertebrate wildlife and domestic animals. Montreux LCMS Symposium, Montreux, Switzerland., 2012.PDF icon Chem poster - Montreux 2012 (1.08 MB)
Taylor, F., and D. M. Kenyon. "Control of soil-borne potato diseases using Brassica spp. mediated biofumigation." In AAB Conference Advances in Biological Control and IPM. Marston, Lincs, UK, 2012.
Reid, A., L. Hof, G. Felix, B. Ruecker, S. Tams, E. Milczynska, D. Esselink, G. Uenk, B. Vosman, and A. Weitz. "Construction of an integrated microsatellite and key morphological characteristic database of potato varieties on the EU Common Catalogue." Euphytica 182, no. 2 (2011): 239-249.
Keenan, G. A., A. Giela, M. J. Taylor, J. E. Watson, E. Riches, J. Morphet, P. Silcock, P. Hancock, and H. Major. "A Case of Pesticide Poisoning: The Use of a Broad-Scope ToF Screening Approach in Wildlife Protection." LABMATE UK & Ireland 35, no. 6, July/August (2010): 4-6.
Kowalewska, M. J., G. Cahill, D. M. Kenyon, W. Mitchell, and G. S. Saddler. "Characterisation of recently isolated Dickeya spp. and their potential threat to the Scottish potato industry." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2010, 251-256. Dundee, 2010.
Mortensen, R. J., X. Shen, A. Reid, and V. Mulholland. "Characterisation of viruses infecting potato plants from a single location in Shetland, an isolated Scottish archipelago." Journal of Phytopathology 158, no. 9 (2010): 633-640.
Piertney, S. B., and L. M. I. Webster. "Characterising functionally important and ecologically meaningful genetic diversity using a candidate gene approach." Genetica 138, no. 4 (2010): 419-432.
Bull, C. T., S H. De Boer, T. P. Denny, G. Firrao, M Fischer-Le-Saux, G. S. Saddler, M. Scortichini, D. E. Stead, and Y. Takikawa. "Comprehensive List of Names of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, 1980-2007." Journal of Plant Pathology 92, no. 3 (2010): 551-592.
Sharp, E. A., A. Giela, V. Mulholland, and M. J. Taylor. Combining Analytical Chemistry and DNA Barcoding techniques to identify chemicals and species involved in the poisoning of vertebrate wildlife in Scotland., 2009.PDF icon chem poster - Combining analytical chemistry and DNA barcoding.pdf (1.3 MB)
Temperley, N. D., L. M. I. Webster, A. Adam, L. F. Keller, and P. C. D. Johnson. "Cross-Species Utility of Microsatellite Markers in Trichostrongyloid Nematodes." Journal of Parasitology 95, no. 2 (2009): 487-489.
Carnegie, S. F., G. S. Saddler, and J. C. Peters. "Cultivar susceptibility to Potato mop-top virus (PMTV) infection and symptom expression." Aspects of Applied Biology 94, Potatoes, viruses and their vectors (2009): 51-54.
George, D, N Ferry, E J. Back, and A M. Gatehouse. "Characterisation of midgut digestive proteases from the maize stem borer Busseola fusca." Pest Management Science 64, no. 11 (2008): 1151-1158.
Green, F. N. "Classification of pea (Pisum sativum L. subsp. sativum) cultivars into groups and subgroups using simply inherited characters." Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 799 (2008): 155-162.
Kasprowicz, L., G. Malloch, S. Foster, J. Pickup, J. Zhan, and B. Fenton. "Clonal turnover of MACE - carrying peach - potato aphids (myzus persicae (sulzer), homoptera : aphididae) colonising Scotland." Bulletin of Entomological Research 98, no. 2 (2008): 115-124.
Keenan, G. A., M. J. Taylor, and D. U. Fernández. A comparison of UPLC ToF MS and UPLC MSMS for the Determination of Pesticide Residues in Strawberry., 2008.PDF icon chem poster - Berlin 2008.pdf (1.67 MB)
Green, N. "Conserving Traditional UK Crops." The Plantsman 7, no. 4 (2008): 235-239.
Roberts, A. M. I., C. M. Theobald, and M. McNeil. "Calibration of Quantitative PCR Assays." Journal of Agricultural, Biological & Environmental Statistics 12, no. 3 (2007): 364-378.
Nisbet, C., I. Butzonitch, M. Colavita, J. Daniels, J. Martin, R. Burns, E. George, M. A. Y. Akhond, V. Mulholland, and C. J. Jeffries. "Characterization of potato rough dwarf virus and potato virus P: distinct strains of the same viral species in the genus Carlavirus." Plant Pathology 55, no. 6 (2006): 803-812.