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2017X-ray elemental mapping techniques for elucidating the ecophysiology of hyperaccumulator plantsvan der Ent, A.; Przybyłowicz, W.; de Jonge, M.; Harris, H.; Ryan, C.; Tylko, G.; Paterson, D.; Barnabas, A.; Kopittke, P.; Mesjasz-Przybyłowicz, J.
1995Xylem anatomy and hydraulic architecture of roots of field-grown grapevines (Vitus vinifera L. cv Shiraz) under two systems of irrigation managementMapfumo, Emmanuel; Aspinall, Don; Hancock, Trevor William
2010Xylem ionic relations and salinity tolerance in barleyShabala, Sergey; Shabala, Svetlana; Cuin, Tracey A.; Pang, Jiayin; Percey, William; Chen, Zhonghua; Conn, Simon James; Eing, Christian; Wegner, Lars H.
2010Xyloglucan xyloglucosyl transferases from barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) bind oligomeric and polymeric xyloglucan molecules in their acceptor binding sitesVaaje-Kolstad, G.; Farkas, V.; Hrmova, M.; Fincher, G.
2009Xyloglucans of monocotyledons have diverse structuresHsieh, Y.; Harris, P.
2020Xylomelum occidentale (Proteaceae) accesses relatively mobile soil organic phosphorus without releasing carboxylatesZhong, H.; Zhou, J.; Azmi, A.; Arruda, A.J.; Doolette, A.L.; Smernik, R.J.; Lambers, H.
1996The Yd2 gene for barley yellow dwarf virus resistance maps close to the centromere on the long arm of barley chromosome 3Collins, N.; Paltridge, N.; Ford, C.; Symons, R.
2005Yeast and bacterial modulation of wine aroma and flavourSwiegers, J.; Bartowsky, E.; Henschke, P.; Pretorius, I.
2020Yeast bioprospecting versus synthetic biology–which is better for innovative beverage fermentation?Alperstein, L.; Gardner, J.M.; Sundstrom, J.F.; Sumby, K.M.; Jiranek, V.
2005Yeast modulation of wine flavorSwiegers, J.; Pretorius, I.
2003Yeast nutrition and fermentation kineticsJiranek, V.; Congreso Latinoamericano de viticulrura y enologia (9th : 2003 : Santiago, Chile)
2004Yeast strain mediated haze and filterabilityDouglas, P.; Meneses, F.; Jiranek, V.; Yeast, Products and Discovery Conference (3rd : 2004 : Nuriootpa, South Australia)
2007Yellow alkaline noodles without colour additives. I potential for increasing the Apigenin-C-diglycoside content of flourAsenstorfer, R.; Ingram, C.; Rathjen, J.; Kashem, M.; Mares, D.; Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference (57th : 2007 : Melbourne, Victoria)
2007Yellow alkaline noodles without colour additives. II. High lutein bread wheatMares, D.; Soriano, I.; Law, H.; Humphries, J.; Asenstorfer, R.; Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference (57th : 2007 : Melbourne, Victoria)
2003Yellow colour in alkaline noodlesAsenstorfer, R.; Wang, Y.; Mares, D.; Cereals 2003 (53rd : 2003 : Glenelg, South Australia)
2003Yield and protien benefits from application of nitrogen fertiliser to wheat on upper Eyre PeninsulaHancock, J.; Holloway, R.; McNeill, A.; McDonald, G.; Australian Agronomy Conference (11th : 2003 : Geelong, Vic.)
2011Yield and quality of wheat and soybean in sole- and double-croppingCaviglia, O.; Sadras, V.; Andrade, F.
2015Yield and water use efficiency of wheat in the Loess Plateau: responses to root pruning and defoliationHu, C.; Ding, M.; Qu, C.; Sadras, V.; Yang, X.; Zhang, S.
2017Yield determination, interplay between major components and yield stability in a traditional and a contemporary wheat across a wide range of environmentsFerrante, A.; Cartelle, J.; Savin, R.; Slafer, G.
2013Yield loss in cereals, caused by Fusarium culmorum and F. pseudograminearum, is related to fungal DNA in soil prior to planting, rainfall, and cereal typeHollaway, G.; Evans, M.; Wallwork, H.; Dyson, C.; Mckay, A.