Southern Cross Plant Science
Southern Cross Plant Science is a leader in underpinning the cultivation and utilisation of plants. We harvest knowledge of how genetic and environmental factors contribute to end-use properties of crops and other added-value natural products.
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- Barkla, BJ (2018) Free Flow Zonal Electrophoresis for Fractionation of Plant Membrane Compartments Prior to Proteomic Analysis. Chapter in
- Butler JB, Freeman JS, Potts BM, Vaillancourt RE, Grattapaglia D, Silva OB, Simmons BA, Healey AL, Schmutz J, Barry KW, Lee DJ, Henry RJ, King GJ, Baten A, Shepherd M (2018) Annotation of the Corymbia terpene synthase gene family shows broad conservation but dynamic evolution of physical clusters relative to Eucalyptus. Heredity. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41437-018-0058-1
- Wang B, Wu Z, Li Z, Zhang Q, Hu J, Xiao Y, Cai D, Wu J, King GJ, Li H, Liu K (2018) Dissection of the genetic architecture of three seed-quality traits and consequences for breeding in Brassica napus. Plant Biotech. J. DOI:10.1111/pbi.12873