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Schlenzig, A., R. Campbell, and V. Mulholland. "Thuja occidentalis: a new host for Phytophthora lateralis." New Disease Reports 24 (2011): 8.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Carnegie, S. F., and A. M. Cameron. "Testing potato cultivars for susceptibility to skin spot." Potato Research 26, no. 1 (1983): 69-72.
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.
Neilson, R., B. Boag, and G. Hartley. Temporal host-parasite relationships of the wild rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus (L.) as revealed by stable isotope analyses., 2005.
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.
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.
Niehl, A., C. Lacomme, A. Erban, J. Kopka, U. Kramer, and J. Fisahn. "Systemic Potato virus X infection induces defence gene expression and accumulation of -phenylethylamine-alkaloids in potato." Functional Plant Biology 33, no. 6 (2006): 593-604.
Lacomme, C., M. Taylor, and P. Birch. Systemic gene silencing in plants., 2004.
Schlenzig, A., A. M. I. Roberts, S S. Clark, and R B. Campbell. "The susceptibility of selected conifer foliage against infection with Phytophthora lateralis." Forest Pathology 47, no. 3 (2017): e12333.
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, 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.
Matejusova, I, M Hall, A J. A. McBeath, K Urquhart, J Simons, M J. Fordyce, K Lester, Y-M Ho, W Murray, and D W. Bruno. "Susceptibility of goldsinny wrasse, Ctenolabrus rupestris L. (Labridae), to viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus (VHSV) genotype III: Experimental challenge and pathology." Veterinary Microbiology 186 (2016): 164-173.
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.
Hughes, J., G. Reay, C. Monie, J. Wardlaw, and A Evans. "Survey of the impact of the neonicotinoid restrictions on Scottish oilseed rape crops and recommendations for alternative crop protection strategies." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2016, 99-104. Dundee, 2016.
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.
Polley, R. W., J. A. Turner, V. Cockerell, J. Robb, K. A. Scudamore, M. F. Sanders, and N. Magan. Survey of Fusarium species infecting winter wheat in England, Wales and Scotland, 1989 &1990 In Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report ; No. 39. London: Home Grown Cereals Authority, 1991.
Monger, W., and C. J. Jeffries. "A survey of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’ in historical seed from collections of carrot and related Apiaceae species." European Journal of Plant Pathology 150, no. 3 (2018): 803-815.
Wood, J. R., K. Breckenridge, and J. Chard. "Survey for Ralstonia solanacearum in Scottish Rivers." In Proceedings of Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2002, 237-242. Dundee, 2002.
Pickup, J., A. Fox, F. Highet, and I. Browning. "A study of the transmission of non-persistent potato viruses under Scottish conditions." In EAPR Virology 2007, Abstracts of the 13th European Association for Potato Research Virology Section Meeting, 43. Aviemore, Scotland, UK, 17-22 June, 2007.
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.
Rennie, W. J., and V. Cockerell. "Strategies for cereal seed treatment." In Seed Treatment: Progress and Prospects, 17-126. BCPC Monograph Series ; No. 57. Bracknell: British Crop Protection Council, 1994.