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Aug-2016Protection against development of a mouse model of multiple sclerosis by a parasite-derived 68-mer peptideDixit, A; Donnelly, S; Lund, MA; Dalton, JP; Greer, JM
22-May-2016Divalent metal resistance of mercury resistant bacterial isolates and their potential for mercury bioremediationMahbub, KR; Krishnan, K; Naidu, R; Mallavarapu, M
1-Dec-2013Hyperspectral assesments of condition and species composition of Australian grasslandsWatson, CJ; Restrepo Coupe, N; Huete, AR
Jan-2013An Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen ContentsAli, MM; Al-Ani, A; Eamus, D; Tan, DK; Li Hairu
1-Jan-2007Economic and environmental advantages of using fly ash as a soil amendment in agronomyYunusa, I; Manoharan, V; Eamus, D; Skilbeck, G; Otesteanu, M; Celikyay, S; Mastorakis, N; Lache, S; Benra, FK
Jan-2003The use of Poecilliids to assess the endocrine disrupting capacity of waters with reference to the mosquitofish inhabiting water bodies in the Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush Bay.Brennan, EL; Lim, RP; Doyle, C; Laginestra, E; n/a
Jan-2003Reproductive morphology of male mosquitofish (gambusia holbrooki) inhabiting sewage-contaminated waters in the South Creek catchment on the Hawkesbury-Nepean RiverDoyle, C; Barker, J; Lim, RP; Gray, LE; n/a
Jan-2004Imbalance water-use in farming systems: the potential for bambooYunusa, IA; De Silva, DL; Odeh, I; Eamus, D; Ridley, A; Feikema, P; Bennett, S; Rogers, MJ; Wilkinson, R; Hirth, J
1-Dec-2012Porting a process-based crop model to a high-performance computing environment for plant simulationZhao, G; Song, X; Yan, C; Yu, Q
1-Oct-2019Platelet activating factor receptor regulates colitis-induced pulmonary inflammation through the NLRP3 inflammasomeLiu, G; Mateer, S; Hsu, A; Goggins, B; Tay, H; Mathe, A; Fan, K; Neal, R; Bruce, J; Burns, G; Minahan, K; Maltby, S; Fricker, M; Foster, P; Wark, P; Hansbro, P; Keely, S
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