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Taylor, A., Teakle, G.R., Walley, P.G., Finch-Savage, W.E., Jackson, A.C., Jones, J.E., Hand, P., Thomas, B., Havey, M.J., Pink, D.A.C. and Clarkson, J.P. (2019) Assembly and characterisation of a unique onion diversity set identifies resistance to Fusarium basal rot and improved seedling vigour. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 132 (12). pp. 3245-3264.

Hunter, P.J., Atkinson, L.D., Vickers, L.H., Lignou, S., Oruna-Concha, M.J., Pink, D.A.C., Hand, P., Barker, G., Wagstaff, C. and Monaghan, J.M. (2017) Oxidative discolouration in whole-head and cut lettuce: biochemical and environmental influences on a complex phenotype and potential breeding strategies to improve shelf-life. Euphytica, 213 (8).

Beacham, A.M., Hand, P., Pink, D.A.C. and Monaghan, J.M. (2017) Analysis of Brassica oleracea early stage abiotic stress responses reveals tolerance in multiple crop types and for multiple sources of stress. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture.

Walley, P.G., Hough, G., Moore, J.D., Carder, J., Elliott, M., Mead, A., Jones, J., Teakle, G., Barker, G., Buchanan-Wollaston, V., Hand, P., Pink, D.A.C. and Collier, R. (2017) Towards new sources of resistance to the currant-lettuce aphid (Nasonovia ribisnigri). Molecular Breeding, 37 (1).

Hunter, P.J., Shaw, R.K., Berger, C.N., Frankel, G., Pink, D.A.C. and Hand, P. (2015) Older leaves of lettuce (Lactuca spp.) support higher levels of Salmonella enterica ser. Senftenberg attachment and show greater variation between plant accessions than do younger leaves. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 362 (11). fnv077-fnv077.

Hunter, P.J., Pink, D.A.C. and Bending, G.D. (2015) Cultivar-level genotype differences influence diversity and composition of lettuce (Lactuca sp.) phyllosphere fungal communities. Fungal Ecology, 17. pp. 183-186.

Taylor, A., Pereira, N., Thomas, B., Pink, D.A.C., Jones, J.E. and Bending, G.D. (2015) Growth and nutritional responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are dependent on onion genotype and fungal species. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 51 (7). pp. 801-813.

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