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Chard, J., S. J. Irvine, W. J. McGavin, I. M. Nevison, A. Roberts, S. R. H. Langrell, and A. T. Jones. Raspberry Bushy Dwarf Virus (RBDV) in Scotland. BSPP Presidential Conference, Oxford, 19-22 December., 1999.
Chard, J., S. J. Irvine, A. M. I. Roberts, I. M. Nevison, W. J. McGavin, and A. T. Jones. "Incidence and distribution of Raspberry bushy dwarf virus in commercial red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) crops in Scotland." Plant Disease 85, no. 9 (2001): 985-988.
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)
Chen, S., M. R. Hajirezaei, M. I. Zanor, C. Hornyik, S. Debast, C. Lacomme, A. D. Fernie, U. Sonnewald, and F. Bornke. "RNA interference-mediated repression of sucrose-phosphatase in transgenic potato tubers (Solanum tuberosum) strongly affects the hexose-to-sucrose ratio upon cold storage with only minor effects on total soluble carbohydrate accumulation." Plant Cell Environment 31, no. 1 (2008): 165-176.
Choiseul, J. W., L. Allen, and S. F. Carnegie. "Fungi causing dry tuber rots of seed potatoes in storage in Scotland." Potato Research 49, no. 4 (2007): 241-253.
Choiseul, J. W., and S. F. Carnegie. "First report of Botryotinia fuckeliana causing soft rots in potato in Scotland." Plant Disease 84, no. 7 (2000): 806.
Choiseul, J. W., L. Allen, and S. F. Carnegie. "The role of stem inoculum in the transmission of Fusarium sulphureum to potato tubers." Potato Research 44, no. 2 (2001): 165-172.
Christensen, N., J. Tilsner, K. Bell, P. Hammann, R. Parton, C. Lacomme, and K. Oparka. "The 5'cap of tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is required for virion attachment to the actin/endoplasmic reticulum network during early infection." Traffic 10, no. 5 (2009): 536-551.
Christie, T. "Use of Molecular Techniques in the Distinctness, Uniformity and Stability (DUS) Testing of Brassicas: UPOV Working Group on Biochemical and Molecular Techniques." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 1997-2000, 72-73. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2001.
Ciavaglia, S, and A Linacre. "OzPythonPlex: An optimised forensic STR multiplex assay set for the Australasian carpet python (Morelia spilota)(." Forensic Science International: Genetics 34 (2018): 231-248.
Ciu, X., R. Harling, P. Mutch, and D. Darling. "Identification of N −3-hydroxyoctanoyl-homoserine lactone production in Pseudomonas fluorescens 5064, pathogenic to broccoli, and controlling biosurfactant production by quorum sensing." European Journal of Plant Pathology 111, no. 4 (2005): 297-308.
Clark, W. S., V. Cockerell, and J. E. Thomas. Wheat seed health & seed-borne diseases – a guide In HGCA Guides and Guidelines ; G20. London: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 2004.
Cockerell, V., M. Anderson, and M. Jacks. "The incidence of loose smut (Ustilago nuda) in Scottish barley seed lots." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 2000-2003, 13-17. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2005.
Cockerell, V., and M. McNeil. "Using seed health testing results to make balanced seed management decisions." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2004, 117-122. Dundee, 2004.
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. "Quality management systems as they pertain to method standardisation." In Proceedings of the 3rd International Seed Testing Association Plant Disease Committee, Seed Health Symposium, 123-126. Ames, Iowa, 16-19 August, 1999.
Cockerell, V. "7-022: Agar method for the detection of Microdochium nivale on Triticum spp." In Annexe to Chapter 7 Seed Health Testing Methods. Bassersdorf, Switzerland: International Seed Testing Association, 2008.
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. "Contributions on seed health testing, pathogens - seedborne infection, phytosanitary certification." In The encyclopaedia of seeds: science, technology and uses, edited by M. Black, J. D. Bewley and P. Halmer, 323-326, 474-475, 505. Wallingford: CABI, 2006.
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., and H. Koenraadt. "Five year review of official methods introduced in 2001 to Chapter 7, ISTA International Rules for Seed Testing." Seed Testing International: ISTA News Bulletin, no. No. 133 April 2007 (2007): 42-47.
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. "New and priority diseases in Western Europe." In Seed Health testing: Progress towards the 21st century, edited by J. D. Hutchins and J. C. Reeves, 1-10. Wallingford: CAB International, 1997.
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., 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.

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