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Dr Leo Rempelos
A redundancy analysis of the relative impact of different feedstuffs on nitrogen use efficiency and excretion partitioning in beef cattle fed diets with contrasting protein concentrations2021
Nikolaos Voutzourakis
Dr Sokratis Stergiadis
Dr Leo Rempelos
Dr Mick Eyre
Gillian Butler
et al.
Effect of intensification practices, lambing period and environmental parameters on animal health, and milk yield and quality in dairy sheep production systems on Crete2021
Dr Marcin Baranski
Gultakin Hasanaliyeva
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Dr Paul Bilsborrow
Professor Carlo Leifert
et al.
Effect of irrigation, fertiliser type and variety on grain yield and nutritional quality of spelt wheat (Triticum spelta) grown under semi-arid conditions2021
Gultakin Hasanaliyeva
Eleni Chatzidimitriou
Dr Marcin Baranski
Dr Nikolaos Volakakis
Panagiotis Pakos
et al.
Effect of organic and conventional production methods on fruit yield and nutritional quality parameters in grapes made from three traditional Cretan grape varieties: results from a farm survey2021
Dr Marcin Baranski
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Dr Leo Rempelos
Gultan Hasanaliyeva
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Feed Composition Differences Resulting from Organic and Conventional Farming Practices Affect Physiological Parameters in Wistar Rats—Results from a Factorial, Two-Generation Dietary Intervention Trial2021
Dr Paul Bilsborrow
Dr Leo Rempelos
Performance of modern and traditional spelt wheat (Triticum spelta) varieties in rain-fed and irrigated, organic and conventional production systems in a semi-arid environment; results from exploratory field experiments in Crete, Greece2021
Dr Leo Rempelos
The effect of different fertilization regimes on yield, selected nutrients, and bioactive compounds profiles of onion2021
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Dr Leo Rempelos
Effect of wheat species (Triticum aestivum vs T. spelta), farming system (organic vs conventional) and flour type (wholegrain vs white) on composition of wheat flour – Results of a retail survey in the UK and Germany – 2. Antioxidant activity, and phenolic and mineral content2020
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Dr Leo Rempelos
Effect of wheat species (Triticum aestivum vs T. spelta), farming system (organic vs conventional) and flour type (wholegrain vs white) on composition of wheat flour; results of a retail survey in the UK and Germany – 1. Mycotoxin content.2020
Gultakin Hasanaliyeva
Lisa Wood
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Dr Marcin Baranski
Dr Leo Rempelos
et al.
Effect of wheat species (Triticum aestivum vs T. spelta), farming system (organic vs conventional) and flour type (wholegrain vs white) on composition of wheat flour – results of a retail survey in the UK and Germany - 3. Pesticide residue content2020
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