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Mrs Julie-Anne Christensen
Project Officer (CSBi)
Office of Research
University of Southern Queensland

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  1. Microbial and environmental implications for use of monolayers to reduce evaporative losses from water storages
  2. South-east Queensland irrigation futures research and development support: progress report
  3. Commercialisation of precision agriculture technologies in the macadamia industry
  4. Technologies for cattle monitoring - proof of concept study
  5. Calculator for renewable energy resources for nursery production
  6. Review of precision irrigation technologies and their application
  7. Assessment of infection by Fusarium Pseudograminearum in wheat seedling tissues using quantitative PCR and a visual discoloration scale
  8. Phylogenetic differences of mammalian basal metabolic rate are not explained by mitochondrial basal proton leak
  9. The scenic rim of Queensland: volcanism, xenoliths, megacrysts, and geomorphology of the early Miocence main range volcanics, Toowoomba
  10. Report to the Toowoomba Regional Council on slope instabilities in the Toowoomba escarpment: Fantail and Firetail tracks and Duggan Park and Head of Glen Lomond Gully

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1The use of high resolution melting (HRM) to map single nucleotide polymorphism markers linked to a covered smut resistance gene in barley
2An investigation of genetic variation among Australian isolates of Bipolaris sorokiniana from different cereal tissues and comparison of their abilities to cause spot blotch on barley
3Chromosome composition of an F2 Triticum aestivum x T. turgidum spp. durum cross analysed by DArT markers and MCFISH
4Molecular mapping of adult plant stripe rust resistance in wheat and identification of pyramided QTL genotypes
5QTL mapping of stripe, leaf and stem rust resistance genes in a Kariega x Avocet S doubled haploid wheat population
6Genomic regions associated with common root rot resistance in the barley variety Delta
7Chromosomal loci associated with endosperm hardness in a malting barley cross
8The scenic rim of Queensland: volcanism, xenoliths, megacrysts, and geomorphology of the early Miocence main range volcanics, Toowoomba
9Phylogenetic differences of mammalian basal metabolic rate are not explained by mitochondrial basal proton leak
10Report to the Toowoomba Regional Council on slope instabilities in the Toowoomba escarpment: Fantail and Firetail tracks and Duggan Park and Head of Glen Lomond Gully