Browsing publications by Dr Ian Singleton

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Shreya Wani
Professor Jerry Barnes
Dr Ian Singleton
Investigation of potential reasons for bacterial survival on 'ready-to-eat' leafy produce during exposure to gaseous ozone2016
Shreya Wani
Professor Jerry Barnes
Dr Ian Singleton
Effect of ozone treatment on inactivation of Escherichia coli and Listeria sp. on spinach2015
Dr Ian Singleton
Fungi at a Small Scale: Spatial Zonation of Fungal Assemblages around Single Trees2013
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Tahar Taybi
Edna Antony
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Anne Borland
et al.
Profiling shifts in protein complement in tomato fruit induced by atmospheric ozone-enrichment and/or wound-inoculation with Botrytis cinerea2013
Jim Clapp
Dr Richard Bevan
Dr Ian Singleton
Avian Urine: Its Potential as a Non-Invasive Biomonitor of Environmental Metal Exposure in Birds2012
Dr Michael Sweet
Lucinda Scriven
Dr Ian Singleton
Microsatellites for Microbiologists2012
Sanjay Antony-Babu
Dr Ian Singleton
Effects of ozone exposure on the xerophilic fungus, Eurotium amstelodami IS-SAB-01, isolated from naan bread2011
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Tahar Taybi
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Anne Borland
Professor Jerry Barnes
et al.
Low-level atmospheric ozone exposure induces protection against Botrytis cinerea with down-regulation of ethylene-, jasmonate- and pathogenesis-related genes in tomato fruit2011
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Tahar Taybi
Raveenia Roberts
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Anne Borland
et al.
Low-level atmospheric ozone exposure induces protection against Botrytis cinerea with down-regulation of ethylene-, jasmonate- and pathogenesis-related genes in tomato fruit2011
Dr Michael Sweet
Dr Ian Singleton
Silver Nanoparticles: A Microbial Perspective2011
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