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2007The effect of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Saccharomyces bayanus yeast on colour properties and pigment profiles of a Cabernet Sauvignon red wineHayasaka, Y.; Birse, M.; Eglinton, J.; Herderich, M.
2007An Economical and Healthy Food Ingredient – New Applications for BarleyBox, A.; Washington, J.; Eglinton, J.
2009Improved prediction of malt fermentability by measurement of the diastatic power enzymes beta-amylase, alpha-amylase, and limit dextrinase: II. Impact of barley genetics, growing environment, and gibberellin on levels of alpha-amylaseEvans, D.; Li, C.; Harasymow, S.; Roumeliotis, S.; Eglinton, J.
2005Delivering improved varieties for hostile environments: Identification and introgression of genetically different sources of adaptation to low rainfall environmentsCoventry, S.; Sayed, H.; Grando, S.; Ceccarelli, S.; Baum, M.; Eglinton, J.; Australian Barley Technical Symposium (12th : 2005 : Hobart, Tasmania)
2006Understanding the adaptation of barley to the low rainfall environments of southern AustraliaCoventry, S.; Sayed, H.; Grando, S.; Ceccarelli, S.; Baum, M.; Eglinton, J.; Australasian Plant Breeding Conference (13th : 2006 : Christchurch, New Zealand)
2001Towards understanding the genetic basis of adaptation to low rainfall environments.Eglinton, J.; Baum, M.; Grando, S.; Ceccarelli, S.; Barr, A.; In proceedings of the 10th Aust Barley Technical Symposium (Canberra, ACT)
2002Dhow variety descriptionBarr, A.; Eglinton, J.; Malting Barley Quality Improvement Programa
2004Maritime Variety GrantBarr, A.; Eglinton, J.; Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty Ltd and Grains Research and Development Corporation
2004Capstan Variety DescriptionEglinton, J.; Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty Ltd and Grains Research and Development Corporation
2008Improved prediction of malt fermentability by measurement of the diastatic power enzymes beta-amylase, alpha-amylase, and limit dextrinase: I. Survey of the levels of diastatic power enzymes in commercial maltsEvans, D.; Li, C.; Eglinton, J.