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Category: "Refereed journal"

Schlenzig, A., Roberts, A.M.I., Clark, SS. and Campbell, RB. (2017). The susceptibility of selected conifer foliage against infection with Phytophthora lateralis. Forest Pathology.

Roberts, A.M.I., Nevison, I.M. and Christie, T. (2016). Prediction of variety distinctness decisions under yearly heterogeneity. Journal of Agricultural Science 154(8), 1317-1326. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Roberts, A.M.I. and Kristensen, K. (2015). An improved combined-over-year uniformity criterion for assessing uniformity based on quantitative characteristics. Biuletyn Oceny Odmian 34, 49-57. COBORU, Slupia Welka, Poland.

Roberts, A.M.I., Tansey, C., Smithers, RJ. and Phillimore, AB. (2015). Predicting a change in the order of spring phenology in temperate forests. Global Change Biology, 2603-2611.

Last, F. and Roberts, A.M.I. (2012). Onset of flowering in biennial and perennial garden plant: association with variable weather and changing climate between 1978 and 2007. Sibbaldia 10, 85-132.

Lees, A.K., Stewart, J.A., Lynott, J.S., Carnegie, S.F., Campbell, H. and Roberts, A.M.I. (2012). The effect of a dominant Phytophthora infestans genotype (13_A2) in Great Britain on host resistance to foliar late blight in commercial potato cultivars. Potato Research 55(2), 125-134.

Roberts, A.M.I. (2012). Comparison of regression methods for phenology. International Journal of Biometeorology 56(4), 707-717.

Nevison, I.M. and Roberts, A.M.I. (2011). Predicting distinctness decisions after one growing cycle. Biuletyn Oceny Odmian 33, 35-47.

Roberts, A.M.I. (2008). Exploring relationships between phenological and weather data using smoothing. International Journal of Biometeorology 52(6), 463-470.

Roberts, A.M.I., Theobald, C.M. and McNeil, M. (2007). Calibration of quantitative PCR assays. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 12(3), 364-378.

Theobald, C.M., Roberts, A.M.I., Talbot, M. and Spink, J.H. (2006). Estimation of economically optimum seed rates for winter wheat from series of trials. Journal of Agricultural Science 144, 303-316.

McNeil, M., Roberts, A.M.I., Cockerell, V. and Mulholland, V. (2004). Real-time PCR assay for quantification of Tilletia caries contamination of UK wheat seed. Plant Pathology 53, 741-750.

Carnegie, S.F., Choiseaul, J.W. and Roberts, A.M.I. (2003). Detection of Colletotrichum coccodes and Helminthosporium solani in soils by bio-assay. Plant Pathology 52, 13-21.

Chard, J., Irvine, S., Roberts, A.M.I., Nevison, I.M., McGavin, W.J. and Jones, A.T. (2001). Incidence and distribution of Raspberry bushy dwarf virus in commercial red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) crops in Scotland. Plant Disease 85, 985-988.

Pieckenstein, F.L., Bazzalo, M.E., Roberts, A.M.I. and Ugalde, R.A. (2001). Epicocum purpurascens for biocontrol of sclerotinia head rot of sunflower. Myocological Research 105, 77-84.

Roberts, A.M.I., Horgan, G.W., Talbot, M. and Davey, J.C. (2001). Matching photographs of plant varieties. Plant Genetic Resources 14, 151-161.

Category: "Book Chapter"

Roberts, A.M.I. (2009). Smoothing methods. In "Phenological Research: methods for environmental and climate change analysis", 255-269. Eds. Keatley MR, Hudson IL. Springer Verlag.

Hudson, I., Keatley, M. and Roberts, A.M.I. (2005). Statistical methods in phenological research. In "Statistical Solutions to Modern Problems: Proceedings of the 20th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling", 259-270. Eds. A.R. Francis, K.M. Matawie, A. Oshlack, G.K. Smyth. University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia.

Last, F., Roberts, A.M.I. and Patterson, H.D. (2003). Climate change? A Statistical account of flowering in East Lothian. In "East Lothian Fourth Statistical Account, 1945-2000. Volume One, The County", 22-29. Eds. Sonia Baker. East Lothian Council Library Service, Haddington.

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