Recent Publications

Biometry Hub staff have authored or contributed to a number of recent publications 

Kasprzak, Peter, Lachlan Mitchell, Olena Kravchuk, and Andy Timmins. "Six Years of Shiny in Research-Collaborative Development of Web Tools in R." R JOURNAL 12, no. 2 (2020): 20-42.

Ozturk, Omer, Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan, and Kravchuk, Olena. "Order Statistics Based on a Combined Simple Random Sample from a Finite Population and Applications to Inference." Sankhya A (2021): 1-25. Sankhy¯a A : The Indian Journal of Statistics.

Atieno, Judith Akinyi, Timothy David Colmer, Julian Daniel Taylor, Yongle Li, John Quealy, Lukasz Kotula, Dion Nicol et al. "Novel salinity tolerance loci in chickpea identified in glasshouse and field environments." Frontiers in Plant Science 12 (2021): 629.

Ozturk, Omer, and Kravchuk, Olena. "Judgment Post-stratified Assessment Combining Ranking Information from Multiple Sources, with a Field Phenotyping Example." Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics (2021): 1-20.

Erena, Million F., Iman Lohraseb, Isabel Munoz-Santa, Julian D. Taylor, Livinus C. Emebiri, and Nicholas C. Collins. "The WtmsDW Locus on Wheat Chromosome 2B Controls Major Natural Variation for Floret Sterility Responses to Heat Stress at Booting Stage." Frontiers in Plant Science 12 (2021): 376.

McMurray, Larn S., Christopher Preston, Albert Vandenberg, Isabel Munoz-Santa, Dili Mao, Kirstin E. Bett, Simon Michelmore, and Jeffrey G. Paull. "Paternal leakage inheritance and a fitness cost are associated with the chloroplastic psbA gene controlled metribuzin tolerance in lentil (Lens culinaris)." Euphytica 217, no. 6 (2021): 1-20.

Ozturk, Omer. Combining ranking information in judgment post stratified and ranked set sampling designs. Environ Ecol Stat 19, 73–93 (2012).

Victor Sadras, Carolina Vázquez, Elisa Garzo, Aránzazu Moreno, Sonia Medina, Julian Taylor & Alberto Fereres. "The role of plant labile carbohydrates and nitrogen on wheat-aphid relations" Sci Rep 11, 12529 (2021).

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