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Allkin, R., and P. J. Winfield. "Software development strategies for global plant information systems." In Designs for a global plant species information system, edited by F. A. Bisby, G. F. Russell and R. J. Pankhurst, 304-318. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994.
Andrivon, D., J. Avendano-Corcoles, A. M. Cameron, S. F. Carnegie, L. R. Cooke, R. Corbiere, D. Detourne, L. J. Dowley, D. Evans, K. Forisekova et al. "Stability and variability of virulence of Phytophthora infestans assessed in a ring test across European laboratories." Plant Pathology 60, no. 3 (2011): 556-565.
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Bell, J. R., M S. Botham, P A. Henrys, D I. Leech, J W. Pearce‐Higgins, C. R. Shortall, T M. Brereton, J. Pickup, and S J. Thackeray. "Spatial and habitat variation in aphid, butterfly, moth and bird phenologies over the last half century." Global Change Biology 25, no. 6 (2019): 1982-1994.
Brattey, C., C. J. Jeffries, S. Goodfellow, G. Rose, R. Burns, and E. L. George. "Some characteristics of a virus infecting Solanum tuberosum cv. Red La Soda imported from the USA." In Proceedings of the 9th Virology Section Meeting of the European Association for Potato Research, 65-69. Bled, Slovenia, 18-22 June 1995, 1996.
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Campbell, G. The Scottish Landrace Protection Scheme (SLPS). 3rd European Congress of Conservation Biology, Glasgow, UK, 28 August – 1 September 2012., 2012.
Carnegie, S. F., P. T. Gans, G. J. Jellis, G. Little, C. Logan, and R. L. Wastie. "The susceptibility of potato cultivars to gangrene in laboratory tests in relation to origin of tubers, damage, method of inoculation and test centres." Potato Research 32, no. 3 (1989): 301-309.
Carnegie, S. F. "Seasonal occurrence of the potato gangrene pathogen, Phoma exigua var. foveata, in the open air." Annals of Applied Biology 104, no. 3 (1984): 443-449.
Carnegie, S. F., J. W. Adam, and A. M. Cameron. "Spread of Phoma exigua var. foveata to healthy potato plants." Plant Pathology 36, no. 3 (1987): 398-406.
Carnegie, S. F., and J. Colhoun. "Susceptibility of potato leaves to Phytophthora infestans in relation to plant age and leaf position." Phytopathologische Zietschrift 104, no. 2 (1982): 157-167.
Carnegie, M, A Greenslade, and D Ouvrard. A Simple Key to the Potential Vectors of CaLsol., 2017.
Chard, J., C. Nisbet, K. Fraser, S. Goodfellow, C. James, W. Monger, A. Schlenzig, J. Pickup, and C. J. Jeffries. "Safeguarding the health of potatoes in Scotland." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2012, 207-214. Dundee, 2012.PDF icon Chard-Safeguarding-the-health-of-potatoes-in-Scotland-CPNB-2012.pdf (77.15 KB)
Cockerell, V., and W. J. Rennie. "Strategies for cereal seed health." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 1992-1997, 8-10. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 1998.
Cockerell, V., and W. J. Rennie. Survey of seed-borne pathogens in certified and farm-saved seed in Britain between 1992 and 1994. London: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 1996.
Cockerell, V. "Seed treatment according to need in Scotland: barley net blotch." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2002, 121-126. Dundee, 2002.PDF icon Seed treatment according to need in Scotland barley net blotch.pdf (123.58 KB)
Cockerell, V., V. Mulholland, M. McEwan, N. D. Paveley, W. S. Clark, S. Anthony, J. E. Thomas, J. Bates, D. M. Kenyon, and E. J. A. Taylor. "Seed treatment according to need in winter wheat." In BCPC Symposium Proceedings No. 76: Seed Treatment: Challenges and Opportunities, edited by A. Biddle, 111-116. Wishaw, North Warwickshire, 26-27 February, 2001.
Cockerell, V., J. E. Thomas, and W. S. Clark. Sampling wheat seed for seed-borne disease In HGCA Topic Sheet ; No. 72. Topic Sheets / TS72 . London: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 2003.
Cockerell, V. "The significance of seed-borne Drechslera teres (Net blotch) in Scottish spring barley." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 1997-2000, 16-18. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2001.
Cockerell, V., and G. Stoddart. "Seed-borne diseases in cereals: a review of three years work monitoring seed health in Scotland." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 1996, 91-96. Dundee, 1996.
Cockerell, V., M. Jacks, and M. McNeil. "Spring cereal seed infected with Microdochium nivale: cause for concern?" In BCPC Symposium Proceedings No. 83: Seed Production and Treatment in a Changing Environment, 95-101. Wishaw, Warwickshire: BCPC, 2009.
Cooke, D. E. L., V. Maughan, P. R. J. Birch, R. Toth, F. Gourlay, S. F. Carnegie, and J. M. Duncan. "The status of Scottish late blight populations." In Scottish Crop Research Institute Annual Report 1999/2000, 150-153. Dundee: SCRI, 2000.
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Darling, D., R. Harling, R. A. Simpson, N. McRoberts, and E. A. Hunter. "Susceptibility of broccoli cultivars to bacterial head rot: in vitro screening and the role of head morphology in resistance." European Journal of Plant Pathology 106, no. 1 (2000): 11-17.
Darling, M., D. Darling, and I. Browning. Studies on cases of spraing in Scottish seed potato stocks. Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, 23-25 March., 1999.
Davey, J. C., and I. M. Nevison. "Selection of close controls in cabbage distinctness, uniformity and stability (DUS) trials using similarity coefficients." In Taxonomy of cultivated plants : third international symposium, 435-438. Edinburgh, 20-26 July 1998, 1999.
Davey, T., I. Browning, S. F. Carnegie, G. S. Saddler, and W. J. Mitchell. Soil - a source of PMTV?., 2008.PDF icon Soil a source of PMTV.pdf (4.76 MB)
Davey, T., I. Browning, S. F. Carnegie, W. J. Mitchell, and G. S. Saddler. "Soil: the principal source of potato mop top virus (PMTV) infection." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2008, 205-210. Dundee, 2008.

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