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2017Isolation of tissues and preservation of RNA from intact, germinated barley grainBetts, N.; Berkowitz, O.; Liu, R.; Collins, H.; Skadhauge, B.; Dockter, C.; Burton, R.; Whelan, J.; Fincher, G.
2018Method for hull-less barley transformation and manipulation of grain mixed-linkage beta-glucanLim, W.; Collins, H.; Singh, R.; Kibble, N.; Yap, K.; Taylor, J.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2016Prospecting for energy-rich renewable raw materials : Sorghum stem case studyByrt, C.; Betts, N.; Tan, H.; Lim, W.; Ermawar, R.; Nguyen, H.; Shirley, N.; Lahnstein, J.; Corbin, K.; Fincher, G.; Knauf, V.; Burton, R.
2016Low-input fermentations of agave tequilana leaf juice generate high returns on ethanol yieldsCorbin, K.; Betts, N.; van Holst, N.; Jiranek, V.; Chambers, D.; Byrt, C.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2013Grain development in Brachypodium and other grasses: possible interactions between cell expansion, starch deposition, and cell-wall synthesisTrafford, K.; Haleux, P.; Henderson, M.; Parker, M.; Shirley, N.; Tucker, M.; Fincher, G.; Burton, R.
2009The role of endosperm cell walls in barley malting qualityBurton, R.; Collins, H.; Fincher, G.
2009Analysis of the (1,3)-beta-D-glucan synthase gene family of barleySchober, M.; Burton, R.; Shirley, N.; Jacobs, A.; Fincher, G.
2006Polysaccharide SynthasesBurton, R.; Fincher, G.; Bacic, A.; Grains Research & Development Corp, Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty Ltd, and Uni of Melbourne
2010A customized gene expression microarray reveals that the brittle stem phenotype fs2 of barley is attributable to a retroelement in the HvCesA4 cellulose synthase geneBurton, R.; Ma, G.; Baumann, U.; Harvey, A.; Shirley, N.; Taylor, J.; Pettolino, F.; Bacic, A.; Beatty, M.; Simmons, C.; Dhugga, K.; Rafalski, J.; Tingey, S.; Fincher, G.
2009The cellulose-synthase like C (CSLC) family of barley includes members that are integral membrane proteins targeted to the plasma membraneDwivany, F.; Yulia, D.; Burton, R.; Shirley, N.; Wilson, S.; Fincher, G.; Bacic, A.; Newbigin, E.; Doblin, M.