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Ndunguru J, de Leon L, Doyle C, Sseruwagi P, Plata G, Legg J, Thompson G, Tohme J, Aveling TAS, Ascencio-Ibanez J, and Hanley- Bowdoin L. 2016. Two novel DNAs that enhance symptoms and overcome CMD2 resistance to Cassava Mosaic disease. In Journal of Virology, 90(8), pp 4160-4173.
Niemandt C, and Greve M. 2016. Fragmentation metric proxies provide insights into historical biodiversity loss in critically endangered grassland. In Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 235, pp 172-181.
Oelofse D, Gazendam I, Veale A, Djami-Tchatchou A, Berger DK, and Dubery I. 2016. Functional characterization of a defense-related class-III chitinase promoter from Lupinus albus, active in legume and monocot tissues. In European Journal of Plant Pathology, 146, pp 923-936.
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Pillay P, Kunert KJ, van Wyk SG, Makgopa ME, Cullis C, and Vorster BJ. 2016. Agroin ltration contributes to VP1 recombinant protein degradation. In Bioengineered, 7(6), pp 459-477.
Reeksting BJ, Olivier NA, and van Den Berg N. 2016. Transcriptome responses of an ungrafted Phytophthora root rot tolerant avocado (Persea americana) rootstock to  ooding and Phytophthora cinnamomi. In BMC Plant Biology, 16(205), pp 1-19.
Rossouw W, and Korsten L. 2016. Cultivable microbiome of fresh white button mushrooms. In Letters in Applied Microbiology, 64, pp 164-170.
Scholtz I, and Korsten L. 2016. Pro le of Penicillium species in the pear supply chain. In Plant Pathology, 65, pp 1126-1137.
Scott P, Thomson J, Grzywacz D, Savary S, Strange R, Ristaino J, and Korsten L. 2016. Genetic modi cation for disease resistance: a position paper. In Food Security, 8, pp 865-870.
Siyoum NA, Surridge AKJ, van der Linde E, and Korsten L. 2016. Microbial succession in white button mushroom production systems from compost and casing to a marketable packed product. In Annals of Microbiology, 66, pp 151-164.
Smith G, Klopper RR, Crouch N, and Figueiredo E. 2016. Reinstatement of Aloe candelabrum A.Berger (Asphodelaceae: Alooideae), a tree-like aloe of KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. In Bradleya, 34, pp 59-69.
Stewart L, Alsos I, Bay C, Breen A, Brochmann C, Boulanger-Lapointe N, Broennimann O, Bultmann H, Bocher P, Damgaard C, Daniels F, Ehrich D, Eidesen P, Guisan A, and le Roux PC. 2016. The regional species richness and genetic diversity of Arctic vegetation re ect both past glaciations and current climate. In Global Ecology And Biogeography, 25, pp 430-442.
Steyn JM, Franke A, van Der Waals JE, and Haverkort AJ. 2016. Resource use e ciencies as indicators of ecological sustainability in potato production: A South African case study. In Field Crops Research, 199, pp 136-149.
Steyn M, and van Wyk AE. 2016. Taxonomic notes on the shrublet species of Acanthopsis (Acanthaceae, tribe Acantheae), with two new species from South Africa. In Phytotaxa, 244(2), pp 145-160.
Sto berg G, van Rooyen MW, Groeneveld H, and van der Linde MJ. 2016. Aligning desigh with science: tree grids and rings in the landscape. In Acta Horticulturae, 1108, pp 227-232.
Tabit F, Komolafe N, Tshikalange TE, and Nyila M. 2016. Phytochemical constituents and antioxidant and antimicrobial activity of selected plants used traditionally as a source of food. In Journal of Medicinal Food, 19(3), pp 324-329.
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