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Professor Wallace Cowling

Associate Director
Agriculture, The UWA Institute of

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Address
The UWA Institute of Agriculture
The University of Western Australia (M082)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 7979
Fax
+61 8 6488 1108
Email
wallace.cowling@uwa.edu.au
Location
Room 2.102, Agriculture Central Wing Building, Perth campus

Professor
Plant Genetics and Breeding, Centre for (PGB)

Contact details
Address
Centre for Plant Genetics and Breeding
The University of Western Australia (M082)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 7979
Fax
+61 8 6488 1108
Email
wallace.cowling@uwa.edu.au
Location
Room 2.102, Agriculture Central Wing Building, Perth campus
Qualifications
BAgrSc Melb., PhD Calif., GAICD
Publications
Research Papers in Refereed Journals:

1Cowling, W.A., and D.G. Gilchrist. 1980. Influence of the pathogen on disease severity in Stemphylium leafspot of alfalfa in California. Phytopathology 70:1148-1153.
2Cowling, W.A., D.G. Gilchrist, and J.H. Graham. 1981. Biotypes of Stemphylium botryosum on alfalfa in North America. Phytopathology 71:679-684.
3Cowling, W.A., and D.G. Gilchrist. 1982. Expression of pathogen virulence and host resistance during infection of alfalfa with Stemphylium botryosum. Phytopathology 72:36-42.
4Cowling, W.A., and D.G. Gilchrist. 1982. Effect of light and moisture on severity of Stemphylium leafspot of alfalfa. Plant Disease 66:291-294.
5Gilchrist, D.G., L.R. Teuber, A.N. Martensen, and W.A. Cowling. 1982. Progress in selecting for resistance to Stemphylium botryosum (cool-temperature biotype) in alfalfa. Crop Science 22:1155-1159.
6Cowling, W.A., P.McR. Wood, and A.G.P. Brown. 1984. Use of a paraquat-diquat herbicide for the detection of Phomopsis leptostromiformis infection in lupins. Australasian Plant Pathology 13:45-46.
7Cowling, W.A. 1986. Collection of wild Lupinus in Greece. FAO/IBPGR Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 65:20-22.
8Cowling, W.A., and H.D. VanEtten. 1986. Genetic evidence for a single functional deficiency in isolates of Nectria haematococca unable to demethylate pisatin. Canadian Journal of Botany 64:350-354.
9Cowling, W.A., J. Hamblin, P. McR. Wood, and J.S. Gladstones. 1987. Resistance to Phomopsis stem blight in Lupinus angustifolius L. Crop Science 27:648-652.
10Cowling, W.A., J.G. Allen, and P. McR. Wood. 1988. Resistance to Phomopsis stem blight reduces the lupinosis toxicity of narrow-leafed lupin stems. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 28:195-202.
11Cowling, W.A. and P.McR. Wood. 1989. Resistance to Phomopsis stem and pod blight of narrow-leafed lupin in a range of environments and its association with reduced Phomopsis seed infection. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 29:43-50.
12Clements, J.C. and W.A. Cowling. 1990. Summary of wild and semi-domesticated lupin accessions introduced to Australia from 1974 to 1989. Australian Plant Introduction Review 21:1-14.
13Williamson, P.M., K. Sivasithamparam, and W.A. Cowling. 1991. Formation of subcuticular coralloid hyphae by Phomopsis leptostromiformis upon latent infection of narrow-leafed lupins. Plant Disease 75:1023-1026.
14Carstairs, S.A., B.J. Buirchell and W.A. Cowling. 1992. Chromosome number, size and interspecific crossing ability of three Old World lupins, Lupinus princei Harms, L. atlanticus Gladstones and L. digitatus Forskål, and implications for cytosystematic relationships among the rough-seeded lupins. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 75:83-88.
15Cowling, W.A. and J.C.Clements. 1993. Association between collection site soil pH and chlorosis in Lupinus angustifolius induced by a fine-textured, alkaline soil. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 44:1821-1836.
16Clements, J.C. and W.A. Cowling. 1994. Patterns of morphological diversity and geographical origins of wild Lupinus angustifolius from the Aegean region. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 41:109-122.
17Williamson, P.M., A.S. Highet, W. Gams, K. Sivasithamparam, and W.A. Cowling. 1994. Diaporthe toxica sp. nov., the cause of lupinosis in sheep. Mycological Research 98:1364-1368.
18Williamson, P.M., K. Sivasithamparam, and W.A. Cowling. 1994. Increased calcium concentration in narrow-leafed lupin epidermal tissue reduces infection by Diaporthe toxica. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 34:381-384.
19Williamson, P.M., K.A. Than, K. Sivasithamparam, W.A. Cowling, and J.A. Edgar. 1995. Detection of resistance to Diaporthe toxica in asymptomatically infected lupin seedlings based on an immunoassay for phomopsin. Plant Pathology 44:95-97.
20Tapscott, H.L. and W.A. Cowling. 1995. Predictors of yield of Lupinus angustifolius (cv. Gungurru) seedlots from different sources in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35:745-751.
21Jones, R.A.C. and W.A. Cowling. 1995. Resistance to seed transmission of cucumber mosaic virus in narrow-leafed lupins (Lupinus angustifolius). Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46:1339-1352.
22Sweetingham, M.W., W.A. Cowling, B.J. Buirchell, A.G.P. Brown and R.G. Shivas. 1995. Anthracnose of lupins in Western Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology 24:271.
23Yang, H.A., M.W. Sweetingham and W.A. Cowling. 1996. The leaf infection process and resistance to Pleiochaeta setosa in three lupin species. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 47:787-799.
24Clements, J.C., B.J. Buirchell and W.A. Cowling. 1996. Relationship between morphological variation and geographical origin or selection history in Lupinus pilosus. Plant Breeding 115:16-22.
25Gupta, S., B.J. Buirchell and W.A. Cowling. 1996. Interspecific reproductive barriers and genomic similarity among the rough-seeded Lupinus species. Plant Breeding 115:123-127.
26Shankar, M., W.A. Cowling, and M.W. Sweetingham. 1996. The expression of resistance to latent stem infection by Diaporthe toxica in narrow-leafed lupin. Phytopathology 86:692-697.
27Cowling, W.A. 1996. Plant breeding for stable agriculture: Presidential Address 1994. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 79:183-194.
28Cowling, W.A., M.W. Sweetingham, D. Diepeveen and B.R. Cullis. 1997. Heritability of resistance to brown spot and root rot of narrow-leafed lupins caused by Pleiochaeta setosa (Kirchn.) Hughes in field experiments. Plant Breeding 116:341-345.
29Shankar, M., W.A. Cowling and M.W. Sweetingham. 1998. Histological observations of latent infection and tissue colonisation by Diaporthe toxica in resistant and susceptible narrow-leafed lupins. Canadian Journal of Botany 76:1305-1316.
30Shankar, M., A. Gregory, M.J. Kalkhoven, W.A. Cowling and M.W. Sweetingham. 1998. A competitive ELISA for detecting resistance to latent stem infection by Diaporthe toxica in narrow-leafed lupins. Australasian Plant Pathology 27:251-258.
31Shankar, M., W.A. Cowling, M.W. Sweetingham, K.A. Than, J.A. Edgar, and A. Michalewicz. 1999. Screening for resistance to Diaporthe toxica in lupins by estimation of phomopsins and glucoseamine in individual plants. Plant Pathology 48:320-324.
32Yang, H., Sweetingham, M.W., Cowling, W.A., and P.M.C. Smith. 2001. DNA fingerprinting based on microsatellite-anchored fragment length polymorphisms, and isolation of sequence-specific PCR markers in lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.). Molecular Breeding 7:203-209.
33Shankar, M., Sweetingham, M.W. and W.A. Cowling. 2002. Identification of alleles at two loci controlling resistance to Phomopsis stem blight in narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.). Euphytica 125:35-44.
34Gremigni, P., Hamblin, J., Harris, D., and W.A. Cowling. 2003. The interaction of phosphorus and potassium with seed alkaloid concentrations, yield and mineral content in narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.). Plant and Soil 253:413-427.
35Li, C.-X, and W. A. Cowling. 2003. Identification of a single dominant allele for resistance to blackleg in Brassica napus ‘Surpass 400’. Plant Breeding 122:485-488.
36Clements, J.C., Zvyagin A.V., Dilusha Silva, K.K.M.B., Wanner, T., Sampson, D.D. and W.A Cowling. 2004. Optical coherence tomography as a novel tool for non-destructive measurement of the hull thickness of lupin seeds. Plant Breeding 123:266-270.
37Schelfhout, C.J., Snowdon, R., Cowling, W.A. and J.M. Wroth. 2004. A PCR based B-genome-specific marker in Brassica species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics (in press).
38Bayliss, K.L., Wroth, J.M. and W.A. Cowling. 2004. Pro-embryos of Lupinus spp. produced from isolated microspore culture. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55:589-593.
39Cowling, W.A. and A. Tarr. 2004. Effect of genotype and environment on seed quality in sweet narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.). Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55:745-751.
40Ma, Q., Turner, D.W., Levy, D. and W.A. Cowling. 2004. Solute accumulation and osmotic adjustment in leaves of Brassica oilseeds in response to soil water deficit. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55:939-945.
41Beeck, C.P., Wroth, J. and W.A. Cowling. 2006. Genetic variation in stem strength in field pea (Pisum sativum L.) and its association with compressed stem thickness. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 57:193-199
42Nelson, M.N., Phan, H.T.T., Ellwood, S.R., Moolhuijzen, P.M., Hane, J., Williams, A., O’Lone, C.E., Fosu-Nyarko, J., Scobie, M., Cakir, M., Jones M.G.K., Bellgard, M., Książkiewicz, M., Wolko, B., Barker, S.J., Oliver, R.P. and W.A. Cowling. 2006. The first gene-based map of Lupinus angustifolius L. - location of domestication genes and conserved synteny with Medicago truncatula. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 113:225-238.
43Levy, D., Fogelman, E., Itzhak, Y., Ma, Q., Turner, D. W. and W. Cowling. 2006. Osmotic adjustment in leaves of Brassica oilseeds in response to water deficit. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 86:389-397
44Gremigni, P., Sweetingham, M.W. and W.A. Cowling. 2006. Seed alkaloid levels are not affected by agronomic and phosphorus-nutrition treatments that reduce Pleiochaeta setosa Hughes disease on narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius). Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 46:681-687
45Schelfhout, C.J., Snowdon, R., Cowling, W.A. and J.M. Wroth. 2006. Tracing B-genome chromatin in B. napus  B. juncea interspecific hybrids. Genome 49:1490-1497.
46Cowling, W.A. 2007. Genetic diversity in Australian canola and implications for crop breeding for changing future environments. Field Crops Research 104:103–111.
47Beeck, C.P., Wroth, J. and W.A. Cowling. 2008. Additive genetic variance for stem strength in field pea (Pisum sativum). Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59:80-85.
48Chen, S., Nelson, M.N., Ghamkhar, K., Fu, T. and W.A. Cowling. 2008. Divergent patterns of allelic diversity from similar origins: the case of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) in China and Australia. Genome 51:1-10.
49Li, C.-X, Barker, S.J., Gilchrist, D.G., Lincoln, J.E. and W.A. Cowling. 2008. Leptosphaeria maculans elicits apoptosis co-incident with leaf lesion formation and hyphal advance in Brassica napus. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 21:1143–1153.
50Schelfhout, C.J., Wroth J.M., Yan, G., and W. A. Cowling. 2008. Enhancement of genetic diversity in canola-quality Brassica napus and B. juncea by interspecific hybridisation. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59:918–925
51Aslam, M.N., Kailis, S.G., Nelson, M.N., Bayliss, K.L., and W.A. Cowling. 2008. Variation in fatty acid composition among genetically homogeneous seeds of canola (Brassica napus), and implications for genotypic selection based on single seeds. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59:926–932.
52Beeck, C.P., Wroth, J.M., Falk, D.E., Khan, T., and W.A. Cowling. 2008. Two cycles of recurrent selection lead to simultaneous improvement in black spot resistance and stem strength in field pea. Crop Science 48:2235–2244.
53Aslam, M.N., Nelson, M.N., Kailis, S.G., Bayliss, K.L., Speijers, J., and W.A. Cowling. 2009. Canola oil increases in polyunsaturated fatty acids and decreases in oleic acid in drought-stressed Mediterranean-type environments. Plant Breeding 128:348-355.
54Nelson, M.N., Mason, A.S., Castello, M., Thomson, L., Yan, G., and W.A. Cowling. 2009. Microspore culture preferentially selects unreduced (2n) gametes from an interspecific hybrid of Brassica napus L. x Brassica carinata Braun. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 119:497-505.
55Cowling, W.A., Buirchell, B.J., and D.E. Falk. 2009. A model for incorporating novel alleles from the primary gene pool into elite crop breeding programs while reselecting major genes for domestication or adaptation. Crop and Pasture Science 60:1009–1015.
56Cousin, A., Heel, K., Cowling, W.A., and M.N. Nelson. 2009. An efficient high-throughput flow cytometric method for estimating DNA ploidy level in plants. Cytometry Part A 75A:1015-1019.
57Wijayanto, T., Barker, S.J., Wylie, S.J., Gilchrist, D.G. and W.A. Cowling. 2009. Significant reduction of fungal disease symptoms in transgenic lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) expressing the anti-apoptotic baculovirus gene p35. Plant Biotechnology Journal 7:778-790.
58Nelson, M.N., Moolhuijzen, P.M., Boersma, J.G., Chudy, M., Lesniewska, K., Bellgard, M., Oliver, R.P., Święcicki, W., Wolko, B., Cowling, W.A. and S.R. Ellwood. 2010. Aligning a new reference genetic map of Lupinus angustifolius L. with the genome sequence of the model legume, Lotus japonicus. DNA Research 17:73-83.
59Chen, S., Zou, J., Cowling, W.A. and J. Meng. 2010. Allelic diversity in a novel gene pool of canola-quality Brassica napus enriched with alleles from B. rapa and B. carinata. Crop and Pasture Science 61:483-492.
60Pradhan, A., Plummer, J.A., Nelson, M.N., Cowling, W.A. and G. Yan. 2010. Trigenomic hybrids from interspecific crosses between Brassica napus and B. nigra. Crop and Pasture Science 61:464–474.
61Mason, A., Huteau, V., Eber, F., Coriton, O., Yan, G., Nelson, M.N., Cowling, W.A. and A.-M. Chèvre. 2010. Genome structure affects the rate of autosyndesis and allosyndesis in AABC, BBAC and CCAB Brassica interspecific hybrids. Chromosome Research 18:655–666.
62Pradhan, A., Plummer, J.A., Nelson, M.N., Cowling, W.A. and G. Yan. 2010. Successful induction of trigenomic hexaploid Brassica from a triploid hybrid of B. napus L. and B. nigra (L.) Koch. Euphytica 176:87–98.
63Balázs, E. and W.A. Cowling. 2010. Exploiting genome-wide association in oilseed Brassica species. Genome 53:853–855.
64Cowling, W.A. and E. Balázs. 2010. Prospects and challenges for genome-wide association and genomic selection in oilseed Brassica species. Genome 53:1024–1028.
65Beeck, C.P., Cowling, W.A., Smith, A.B. and B.R. Cullis. 2010. Analysis of yield and oil from a series of canola breeding trials. Part I: Fitting factor analytic mixed models with pedigree information. Genome 53:992–1001.
66Cullis, B.R., Smith, A.B., Beeck, C.P. and W.A. Cowling. 2010. Analysis of yield and oil from a series of canola breeding trials. Part II: Exploring variety by environment interaction using factor analysis. Genome 53:1002–1016.
67Mason, A.S., Nelson, M.N., Castello, M.-C., Yan, G. and W.A. Cowling. 2011. Genotypic effects on the frequency of homoeologous and homologous recombination in Brassica napus × B. carinata hybrids. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 122:543–553. DOI: 10.1007/s00122-010-1468-5
68Takahira, J., Cousin, A., Nelson, M.N. and W.A. Cowling. 2011. Improvement in efficiency of microspore culture to produce doubled haploid canola (Brassica napus L.) by flow cytometry. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 104:51–59.
69Pradhan, A., Nelson, M.N., Plummer, J.A., Cowling W.A. and G. Yan. 2011. Characterisation of Brassica nigra collections using simple sequence repeat markers reveals distinct groups associated with geographical location, and frequent mislabelling of species identity. Genome 54:50–63.
70Chen, S., Nelson, M.N., Chèvre, A.-M., Jenczewski, E., Li, Z., Mason, A.S., Meng, J., Plummer, J.A., Pradhan, A., Siddique, K.H.M., Snowdon, R.J., Yan, G., Zhou, W. and W.A. Cowling. 2011. Trigenomic bridges for Brassica improvement. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 30(6):524-547.
71Mason, A.S., Nelson, M.N., Yan, G. and W.A. Cowling. 2011. Production of viable male unreduced gametes in Brassica interspecific hybrids is genotype specific and stimulated by cold temperatures. BMC Plant Biology 11:103.
72Jiang, C., Ramchiary, N., Ma, Y., Jin, M., Feng, J., Li, R., Wang, H., Long, Y., Choi, S., Zhang, C., Cowling, W., Park, B., Lim, Y. and J. Meng. 2011. Structural and functional comparative mapping between the Brassica A genomes in allotetraploid Brassica napus and diploid Brassica rapa. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 123:927–941
73Mason, A.S., Yan, G., Cowling, W.A. and M.N. Nelson. 2012. A new method for producing allohexaploid Brassica through unreduced gametes. Euphytica 186:277–287.
74Raman, H., Raman, R., Nelson, M.N., Aslam, M.N., Rajasekaran, R., Wratten, N., Cowling, W.A., Kilian, A., Sharpe, A.G. and J. Schondelmaier. 2012. Diversity array technology markers: genetic diversity analyses and linkage map construction in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.). DNA Research 19:51-65.
75Ganesalingam, A., Smith, A.B., Beeck, C.P., Cowling, W.A., Thompson, R. and B.R. Cullis. 2013. A bivariate mixed model approach for the analysis of plant survival data. Euphytica 190:371-383.
76Larkan, N.J., Lydiate, D.J., Parkin, I.A.P., Nelson, M.N., Epp, D.J., Cowling, W.A., Rimmer, S.R. and M.H. Borhan. 2013. The Brassica napus blackleg resistance gene LepR3 encodes a receptor-like protein triggered by the Leptosphaeria maculans effector AVRLM1. New Phytologist 197:595-605.
77Cowling, W.A. 2013. Sustainable plant breeding. Plant Breeding 132:1-9.
78Geng, X.X., Chen, S., Astarini, I.A., Yan, G.J., Tian, E., Meng, J., Li, Z.Y., Ge, X.H., Nelson, M.N., Mason, A.S., Pradhan, A., Zhou, W.J. and W.A. Cowling. 2013. Doubled haploids of novel trigenomic Brassica derived from various interspecific crosses. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 113:501–511.
79Chen, S., Wan, Z., Nelson, M.N., Chauhan, J.S., Redden, B., Burton, W.A., Lin, P., Salisbury, P.A., Fu, T. and W.A. Cowling. 2013. Evidence from genome-wide simple sequence repeat markers for a polyphyletic origin and secondary centres of genetic diversity of Brassica juncea in China and India. Journal of Heredity 104:416-427.
80Guo, Y.M., Chen, S., Nelson, M.N., Cowling, W.A. and N.C. Turner. 2013. Delayed water loss and temperature rise in floral buds compared with leaves of Brassica rapa subjected to a transient water stress during reproductive development. Functional Plant Biology 40:690–699.
81Raman, H., Raman, R., Kilian, A., Detering, F., Long, Y., Edwards, D., Parkin, I.A.P., Sharpe, A.G., Nelson, M.N., Larkan, N., Zou, J., Meng, J., Aslam, M.N., Batley, J., Cowling, W.A. and D. Lydiate. 2013. A consensus map of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) based on diversity array technology markers: Applications in genetic dissection of qualitative and quantitative traits . BMC Genomics 14:277.
82Annisa, Chen, S., Turner, N.C. and W.A. Cowling. 2013. Genetic variation for heat tolerance during the reproductive phase in Brassica rapa. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 199:424–435.
83Annisa, Chen, S. and W.A. Cowling. 2013. Global genetic diversity in oilseed Brassica rapa. Crop and Pasture Science 64:993–1007.
84Mason, A.S., Batley, J., Bayer, P.E., Hayward, A., Cowling, W.A. and M.N. Nelson. 2014. High-resolution molecular karyotyping uncovers pairing between ancestrally related Brassica chromosomes. New Phytologist 202:964-974.
85Mason, A.S., Nelson, M.N., Takahira, J., Cowling, W.A., Moreira Alves, G., Chaudhuri, A., Chen, N., Ragu, M.E., Dalton-Morgan, J., Coriton, O., Huteau, V., Eber, F. Chèvre, A.-M. and J. Batley. 2014. The fate of chromosomes and alleles in an allohexaploid Brassica population. Genetics 197:273-283.
86Guo, Y., Chen, S., Li, Z. and W.A. Cowling. 2014. Centre of origin and centres of diversity in an ancient crop, Brassica rapa (turnip rape). Journal of Heredity 105:555-565.
87Nelson, M.N., Rajasekaran, R., Smith, A., Chen, S., Beeck, C.P., Siddique, K.H.M. and W.A. Cowling. 2014. Quantitative trait loci for thermal time to flowering and photoperiod responsiveness discovered in summer annual-type Brassica napus L. PLoS ONE 9:e102611
88Guo, Y.M., Turner, N.C., Chen, S., Nelson, M.N., Siddique, K.H.M., and W. A. Cowling. 2014. Genotypic variation for tolerance to transient drought during the reproductive phase of Brassica rapa. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science (in press)



Books, Book Chapters and Thesis:

1Cowling, W.A. 1980. Environmental, genetic, and physiological factors influencing disease severity in Stemphylium leafspot of alfalfa in California. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Davis. 211 pp.
2Allen, J.G., P.McR. Wood, K.P. Croker, W.A. Cowling, and D.N. Sawkins. 1985. The prevention of lupinosis in sheep. Pages 80-88 in: A.A. Seawright, M.P. Heggarty, R.F. Keeler, and C.F. James (eds.) Plant Toxicology. Queensland Poisonous Plants Committee, Yeerongpilly, 4105, Australia.
3Allen, J.G. and W.A. Cowling. 1992. A preliminary report on the use of new Phomopsis-resistant cultivars of Lupinus angustifolius to prevent lupinosis. Pages 539-541 in: James, L.F., Keeler, R.F., Bailey, E.M., Cheek, P.R. and M.P. Hegarty (eds.) Poisonous Plants. Iowa State University Press, Ames.
4Cowling, W.A., B.J. Buirchell and M.E. Tapia. 1998. Lupin. Lupinus spp. Promoting the conservation and use of underutilized and neglected crops. 23. Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben/International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy. 105 pp.
5Cowling, W.A., C. Huyghe and W. Swiecicki. 1998. Lupin breeding. Pages 93-120 in: Gladstones, J.S., Atkins, C.A., and J. Hamblin (eds.) Lupins as Crop Plants: Biology, Production and Utilization. CAB International, London.
6Buirchell, B.J., and W.A. Cowling. 1998. Genetic resources in lupins. Pages 41–66 in: Gladstones, J.S., Atkins, C.A., and J. Hamblin (eds.) Lupins as Crop Plants: Biology, Production and Utilization. CAB International, London.
7Cowling, W.A., and J.S. Gladstones. 2000. Lupin breeding in Australia. Pages 541-547 in: Knight, R. (ed.) Linking Research and Marketing Opportunities for Pulses in the 21st Century. Proceedings of the Third International Food Legumes Research Conference. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
8Swiecicki, W.K., B.J. Buirchell, and W.A. Cowling. 2000. Lupinus spp: conserved resources, priorities for collection and future prospects. Pages 635-644 in: Knight, R. (ed.) Linking Research and Marketing Opportunities for Pulses in the 21st Century. Proceedings of the Third International Food Legumes Research Conference. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
9Cowling, W. 2001. Lupins (Lupinus L.). Pages 191-206 in: Maxted, N., and S.J. Bennett (eds.) Plant Genetic Resources of Legumes in the Mediterranean. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
10Erskine, W., K. Siddique, T. Khan and W. Cowling. 2001. Utilisation of grain legume diversity. Pages 311-326 in: Maxted, N., and S.J. Bennett (eds.) Plant Genetic Resources of Legumes in the Mediterranean. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
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