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Muto, Antonella, Christofides, Sarah R., Sirangelo, Tiziana Maria, Bartella, Lucia, Muller, Carsten, Di Donna, Leonardo, Muzzalupo, Innocenzo, Bruno, Leonardo, Ferrante, Antonio, Chiappetta, Adriana A. C., Bitonti, Maria Beatrice, Rogers, Hilary J. and Spadafora, Natasha Damiana 2022. Fruitomics: The importance of combining sensory and chemical analyses in assessing cold storage responses of six peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch) cultivars. Foods 11 (17) , 2703. 10.3390/foods11172554
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Christofides, Sarah R., Setarehnejad, Anita, Fairchild, Ruth, Muzzalupo, Innocenzo, Bruno, Leonardo, Muto, Antonella, Chiappetta, Adriana, Bitonti, Maria B., Muller, Carsten T., Rogers, Hilary J. and Spadafora, Natasha D. 2022. Cross-cultural differences between Italian and UK consumer preferences for ‘Big Top’ nectarines in relation to cold storage. Foods 11 (16) , e2424. 10.3390/foods11162424

Hart, Elizabeth H., Christofides, Sarah R., Davies, Teri E., Rees Stevens, Pauline, Creevey, Christopher J., Muller, Carsten T., Rogers, Hilary J. and Kingston-Smith, Alison H. 2022. Forage grass growth under future climate change scenarios affects fermentation and ruminant efficiency. Scientific Reports 12 , 4454. 10.1038/s41598-022-08309-7
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Ludlow, Richard A., Pacenza, Marianna, Chiapetta, Adriana, Christofides, Sarah R., Evans, Gareth, Graz, Michael, Rogers, Hilary J. and Muller, Carsten T. 2021. Storage time and temperature affects volatile organic compound profile, alliinase activity and postharvest quality of garlic. Postharvest Biology and Technology 177 , 111533. 10.1016/j.postharvbio.2021.111533
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Stegenta-Dąbrowska, Sylwia, Randerson, Peter F., Christofides, Sarah R. and Bialowiec, Andrzej 2020. Carbon monoxide formation during aerobic biostabilization of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste: the influence of technical parameters in a full-scale treatment system. Energies 13 (21) , 5624. 10.3390/en13215624
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Christofides, Sarah R., Bettridge, Aimee, Farewell, Daniel, Weightman, Andrew J. and Boddy, Lynne 2020. The influence of migratory Paraburkholderia on growth and competition of wood-decay fungi. Fungal Ecology 45 , 100937. 10.1016/j.funeco.2020.100937
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Christofides, Sarah R, Hiscox, Jennifer, Savoury, Melanie, Boddy, Lynne and Weightman, Andrew J 2019. Fungal control of early-stage bacterial community development in decomposing wood. Fungal Ecology 42 , 100868. 10.1016/j.funeco.2019.100868
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Johnston, Sarah, Hiscox, Jennifer, Savoury, Melanie, Boddy, Lynne and Weightman, Andrew 2019. Highly competitive fungi manipulate bacterial communities in decomposing beech wood (Fagus sylvativa). FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95 (2) 10.1093/femsec/fiy225
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Antwis, Rachael E., Griffiths, Sarah M., Harrison, Xavier A., Aranega-Bou,, Paz, Arce, Andres, Bettridge, Aimee, Brailsford, Francesca L., de Menezes, Alexandre, Devaynes, Andrew, Forbes, Kristian M., Fry, Ellen L., Goodhead, Ian, Haskell, Erin, Heys, Chloe, James, Chloe, Johnston, Sarah R., Lewis, Gillian R., Lewis, Zenobia, Macey, Michael C., McCarthy, Alan, McDonald, James E., Mejia-Florez,, Nasmille L., O'Brien, David, Orland, Chloé, Pautasso, Marco, Reid, William D. K., Robinson, Heather A., Wilson, Kenneth and Sutherland, William J. 2017. Fifty important research questions in microbial ecology. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 93 (5) , fix044. 10.1093/femsec/fix044
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Johnston, Sarah R. 2017. Fungus-bacteria interactions in decomposing wood: unravelling community effects. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Johnston, Sarah, Boddy, Lynne and Weightman, Andrew 2016. Bacteria in decomposing wood and their interactions with wood-decay fungi. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (11) , fiw179. 10.1093/femsec/fiw179
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Hiscox, Jennifer, Savoury, Melanie, Johnston, Sarah R., Parfitt, David, Muller, Carsten Theodor, Rogers, Hilary Joan and Boddy, Lynne 2016. Location, location, location: priority effects in wood decay communities may vary between sites. Environmental Microbiology 18 (6) , pp. 1954-1969. 10.1111/1462-2920.13141
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Johnston, Sarah R., Vaughan, Ian Phillip and Ormerod, Stephen James 2015. Acid-base status mediates the selection of organic habitats by upland stream invertebrates. Hydrobiologia 745 (1) , pp. 97-109. 10.1007/s10750-014-2097-9

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