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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., M. A. Jacks, and A. M. I. Roberts. "The effect of rainfall and temperature on the incidence of seed-borne Microdochium nivale in winter wheat in Scotland 1991-2000." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2002, 133-138. Dundee, 2002.PDF icon The effect of rainfall and temperature on the incidence of seed-borne Microdochium nivale in winter wheat in Scotland 1991-2000.pdf (126.93 KB)
Cockerell, V., G. Hall, and R. K. M. Hay. "Quality aspects of Scottish farm-saved spring barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)." In Proceedings of the 3rd Congress of the European Society of Agronomy, 590-591. Abano-Padova, 1994.
Cockerell, V., and M. Weinhappel. "Modification to ISTA Method 7-013 Detection of Ustilago nuda in Hordeum vulgare." In ISTA Method Validation Reports 2007, 32-35. Bassersdorf, Switzerland: International Seed Testing Association, 2007.
Cockerell, V. "Review of work carried out at the Official Seed testing Station for Scotland (OSTS) on the control of Microdochium nivale (Fusarium nivale) on winter wheat in Scotland." In Proceedings of the ISTA Pre-Congress Seminar on Seed Pathology , 25-38. Copenhagen, Denmark, June 6, 1995, 1995.
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., N. D. Paveley, W. S. Clark, J. E. Thomas, S. Anthony, M. McEwan, A. M. I. Roberts, J. Bates, J. Law, D. M. Kenyon et al. Cereal seed health and seed treatment strategies: Exploiting new seed testing technology to optimise seed health decisions for wheat. London: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 2004.
Cockerell, V. "The incidence of Microdochium nivale in Scottish wheat seed lots." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 1997-2000, 15-16. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 2001.
Cockerell, V., and R. Don. "The value of quality assurance in seed for Scottish cereals production." In Proceedings of Crop Production in Northern Britain 1999, 85-90. Dundee, 1999.
Cockerell, V. ISTA Accreditation guidelines for laboratories performing seed health testing. Zurich: International Seed Testing Association, 2000.
Cockerell, V., and A. M. I. Roberts. "Method for the detection of Microdochium nivale on Triticum spp." In ISTA Method Validation Reports 2007, 36-52. Bassersdorf, Switzerland: International Seed Testing Association, 2007.
Cockerell, V., W. J. Rennie, and M. Jacks. "Incidence and control of barley leaf stripe (Pyrenophora graminea) in Scottish spring barley (1987-1992)." Plant Pathology 44, no. 4 (1995): 655-661.
Cockerell, V., V. Mulholland, M. McEwan, N. D. Paveley, W. S. Clark, S. Anthony, J. E. Thomas, J. Bates, and D. M. Kenyon. "Control of seed and soil-borne diseases: importance of seed health." In HGCA R&D Conference 2002, Agronomic intelligence: the basis for profitable production, 3.1-3.11. Coventry: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 2002.
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.
Cockerell, V., S. Anthony, N. D. Paveley, D. M. Kenyon, and J. Thomas. "A model for setting seed treatment thresholds for common bunt, Tilletia tritici." In Proceedings of the BCPC International Congress, Crop Science & Technology, 31 October – 2 November 2005, Glasgow, Scotland , 195-200. Vol. 3B-1. Glasgow, Scotland, 2005.
Cockerell, V., W. J. Rennie, and M. Jacks. "Incidence and control of organomercury resistant Pyrenophora graminea in Scottish spring barley 1988-1992." In Fungicide Resistance, 379-382. BCPC Monograph Series ; No. 60. British Crop Protection Council, 1994.
Collet, B, and K Lester. "Establishment of an Atlantic salmon kidney cell line with an inducible gene expression system." Journal of Biotechnology 154, no. 4 (2011): 209-211.
Collet, B, and K Lester. "Establishment of a Chinook salmon cell line with an inducible gene expression system." In vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology – Animal 47, no. 10 (2011): 695-697.
Collet, B, K Urquhart, P Noguera, K Larsen, K Lester, D Smail, and D Bruno. "A method to measure an indicator of viraemia in Atlantic salmon using a reporter cell line." Journal of Virological Methods 191, no. 2 (2013): 113-117.
Collet, B, C Collins, and K Lester. "Engineered cell lines for fish health research." Developmental and Comparative Immunology 80 (2017): 34-40.
Cooke, D, B V. Purse, K Searle, A. Schlenzig, M Elliot, P Jennings, J Squires, and E Randall. Phytophthora: understanding the threat to horticulture, forestry and natural ecosystems in Scotland., 2013.
Cooke, D. E. L., V. Young, P. R. J. Birch, R. Toth, F. Gourlay, J. P. Day, S. F. Carnegie, and J. M. Duncan. "Phenotypic and genotypic diversity of Phytophthora infestans populations in Scotland (1995-97)." Plant Pathology 52, no. 2 (2003): 181-192.
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.
Cooke, R., M. Raynal, M. Laudie, F. Grellet, M. Delseny, P. Morris, D. Guerrier, J. Giraudat, Françoise Quigley, G. Clabault et al. "Further progress towards a catalogue of all Arabidopsis genes: analysis of a set of 5000 non-redundant ESTs." The Plant Journal 9, no. 1 (1996): 101-124.
Cooper, S. R., and F. N. Green. "Biodiversity : plant collections at SASA." In Scottish Agricultural Science Agency Scientific Review 1992-1997, 16-18. Edinburgh: Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, 1998.

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