Browsing publications by Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober

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Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Marcin Baranski
Professor Chris Seal
Dr Roy Sanderson
Dr Havard Steinshamn
et al.
Composition differences between organic and conventional meat: a systematic literature review and meta-analysis2016
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Marcin Baranski
Professor Chris Seal
Dr Roy Sanderson
Dr Havard Steinshamn
et al.
Higher PUFA and n-3 PUFA, conjugated linoleic acid, α-tocopherol and iron, but lower iodine and selenium concentrations in organic milk: a systematic literature review and meta- and redundancy analyses2016
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Marcin Baranski
Professor Chris Seal
Dr Roy Sanderson
Dr Gavin Stewart
et al.
Higher antioxidant and lower cadmium concentrations and lower incidence of pesticide residues in organically grown crops: a systematic literature review and meta-analyses2015
Dr Marcin Baranski
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Nikolaos Volakakis
Professor Chris Seal
Dr Roy Sanderson
et al.
Higher antioxidant and lower cadmium concentrations and lower incidence of pesticide residues in organically grown crops: a systematic literature review and meta-analyses2014
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Marcin Baranski
Dr Michael Eyre
Dr Havard Steinshamn
Teresa Jordon
et al.
Effect of Crop Protection and Fertilization Regimes Used in Organic and Conventional Production Systems on Feed Composition and Physiological Parameters in Rats2013
Dr Kirsten Brandt
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Marcin Baranski
Dr Roy Sanderson
Professor Carlo Leifert
et al.
Methods for Comparing Data across Differently Designed Agronomic Studies: Examples of Different Meta-analysis Methods Used to Compare Relative Composition of Plant Foods Grown Using Organic or Conventional Production Methods and a Protocol for a Systematic Review2013
Dr Paul Bilsborrow
Dr Julia Cooper
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Marcin Baranski
et al.
The effect of organic and conventional management on the yield and quality of wheat grown in a long-term field trial2013