Dr Sandy Cowan

Dr Sandy Cowan

Research Scientist


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Research Groups

  • Plant Breeding for the Future


Mellers, G, Mackay, I, Cowan, S, Griffiths, I, Martinez-Martin, M, Poland, JA, Bekele, WA, Tinker, NA, Bentley, A & Howarth, C 2020, 'Implementing within‐cross genomic prediction to reduce oat breeding costs', The Plant Genome, vol. 13, no. 1, e20004. https://doi.org/10.1002/tpg2.20004
Allwood, JW, Xu, Y, Martinez-Martin, P, Palau, R, Cowan, S, Goodacre, R, Marshall, A, Stewart, D & Howarth, C 2019, 'Rapid UHPLC-MS metabolite profiling and phenotypic assays reveal genotypic impacts of nitrogen supplementation in oats', Metabolomics, vol. 15, no. 3, 42. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11306-019-1501-x
Wilkinson, T, Cowan, A, Vallin, H, Onime, LA, Oyama, LB, Cameron, S, Gonot, C, Moorby, J, Waddams, K, Theobald, V, Leemans, D, Bowra, S, Nixey, C & Huws, S 2017, 'Characterisation of the microbiome along the gastrointestinal tract of growing turkeys', Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 8, 1089. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2017.01089
Chappell, A, Scott, KP, Griffiths, I, Cowan, A, Hawes, C, Wishart, J & Martin, P 2017, 'The agronomic performance and nutritional content of oat and barley varieties grown in a northern maritime environment depends on variety and growing conditions', Journal of Cereal Science, vol. 74, pp. 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcs.2017.01.005
Tinker, NA, Jackson, EW, Snyder, S, Tiede, T, Azar, C, Babiker, E, Beuch, S, Bjørnstad, Å, Ceplitis, A, Chao, S, Cowan, S, Dumlupinar, Z, Esvelt Klos, K, Fetch, T, Harrison, S, Howarth, C, Hu, G, Huang, Y-F, Isidro Sanchez, J, Jellen, R, Kolb, F, Langdon, T, Ma, B, Maughan, J, McCartney, C, McMullen, M, Miller, S, Mitchell Fetch, J, Paczos-Grzęda, E, Peng, Y, Prats, E, Ren, C, Singh, J, Sorrells, ME, Tumino, G, Vallenback, P, Wight, CP, Winkler, L & Zwer, P 2016, Achievements and impact of the Collaborative Oat Research Enterprise (CORE). vol. 53, 18 edn, Oat Newsletter. <https://oatnews.org/oatnews_pdfs/2016/oatnews_2016_tinker.pdf>
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