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Fraser, K. "Application of EU control directives on Synchytrium endobioticum and testing of potato variety susceptibility in Scotland." In Workshop on handling outbreaks of potato brown rot. Belgrade, Serbia, 2012.
Fraser, K. "Experiences in controlling and managing Ralstonia solanacearum in Scotland : planning, sampling, host plants, water and laboratory analysis." In Workshop on handling outbreaks of potato brown rot. Belgrade, Serbia, 2012.
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Fourrier, M, K Lester, T Markussen, K Falk, C J. Secombes, A McBeath, and B Collet. "Dual mutation events in the haemagglutinin-esterase and fusion protein from an infectious salmon anaemia virus HPR0 genotype promote viral fusion and activation by an ubiquitous host protease." PLoS ONE 10, no. 10 (2015): e0142020.
Fourrier, M, K Lester, E Thoen, A Mikalsen, O Evensen, K Falk, B Collet, and A McBeath. "Deletions in the Highly Polymorphic Region (HPR) of Infectious Salmon Anaemia Virus HPR0 haemagglutinin-esterase protein enhance viral fusion and influence the interaction with the fusion protein." Journal of General Virology 95, no. 5 (2014): 1015-1024.
Fordyce, F. M., N. Brereton, J. Hughes, W. Luo, and J. Lewis. "An initial study to assess the use of geological parent materials to predict the Se concentration in overlying soils and in five staple foodstuffs produced on them in Scotland." Science of the Total Environment 408, no. 22 (2010): 5295-5305.
Flynn, E. E., L. M. Melton, K. Reid, M. J. Taylor, and Wai-chi Man. Utilisation of Ion Chromatography and Tandem Mass Spectrometry (IC/MSMS) for the Quantitative Determination of Highly Polar Anionic Pesticide Residues in Fruit and Vegetables., 2018.PDF icon SASA BMSS 2018 ICMSMS poster.pdf (704.01 KB)
Flannigan, B., E. M. McCabe, S. V. Jupe, and I. G. Jeffrey. "Mycological and acarological investigation of complaint and non-complaint houses in Scotland." In Indoor air '93 : 6th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 143-148. Vol. vol 4 Particles, microbes, radons . Indoor Air, 1993.
Fitter, A. H., and R. K. M. Hay. Environmental physiology of plants. 3rd ed. London: Academic Press, 2002.
Fitches, E C., H A. Bell, M E. Powell, E Back, C Sargiotti, R J. Weaver, and J A. Gatehouse. "Insecticidal activity of scorpion toxin (ButaIT) and snowdrop lectin (GNA) containing fusion proteins towards pest species of different orders." Pest Management Science 66, no. 1 (2010): 74-83.
Fenton, B., G. Malloch, J. A. T. Woodford, S. P. Foster, J. Anstead, I. Denholm, L. King, and J. Pickup. "The attack of the clones : tracking the movement of insecticide - resistant peach - potato aphids myzus persicae (hemiptera : aphididae)." Bulletin of Entomological Research 95, no. 5 (2005): 483-494.
Fenton, B., L. Kasprowicz, G. Malloch, and J. Pickup. "Reproductive performance of asexual clones of the peach-potato aphid, (Myzus persicae, Homoptera: Aphididae), colonising Scotland in relation to host plant and field ecology." Bulletin of Entomological Research 100, no. 4 (2010): 451-460.
Feehan, L, G McGrann, A Tsinganos, and R. C. McHugh. "In vitro evaluation of two bacterial biological control agents against potato pathogens." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2020, 265-268. Dundee, 2020.
Faivre-Rampant, O., E. Gilroy, K. Hrubikova, I. Hein, S. Millam, G. J. Loake, P. R. J. Birch, M. A. Taylor, and C. Lacomme. "Potato virus X-induced gene silencing in leaves and tubers of potato." Plant Physiology 134, no. 4 (2004): 1308-1316.