Professor Robert Henry

Director, QAAFI

Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation

Overview

DNA-based methods for identification of plants and their pathogens, development of molecular markers for plant breeding and the genetic transformation of plants, application of DNA technology to the improvement of the quality of crops and agricultural and food products. Analysis of wild-plant populations, especially in Australia, to support their conservation & use in agriculture or forestry, development of significant methods for analysis of plant carbohydrates (sugars, starch & cell-wall polysaccharides)

Professor Robert Henry, is a graduate of the University of Queensland, B Sc (Hons), Macquarie University, M Sc (Hons) and La Trobe University (Ph D). In 2000 Professor Henry was awarded a higher doctorate (D Sc) by UQ for his work on analysis of variation in plants.

Before being appointed QAAFI Director in May 2010, he was Director of the Centre for Plant Conservation Genetics at Southern Cross University, a centre which he established in 1996. Other previous positions held by Professor Henry include Research Director of the Grain Foods Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) (until 2010) and Research Program Leader in the Queensland Agricultural Biotechnology Centre (until 1996).

Some of his earlier roles include: working with CSIRO on fruit and vegetable biochemistry; a Cereal Chemist with the Queensland Department of Primary Industries, including research into the quality of malt and barley for brewing; a Senior Principal Scientist with the Queensland Wheat Research Institute, where he played a major role in grain quality research, and a Post Doctoral fellow working on cell biology and genetics at the National Institute of Agrobiological Resources in Japan.

Professor Henry’s speciality research area is the study of agricultural crops using molecular tools. He is particularly interested in Australian flora and plants of economic and social importance and has led the way in research into genome sequencing to capture novel genetic resources for the diversification of food crops to deliver improved food products.

Research Interests

  • Research Interest Overview
    My research seeks to improve food and energy security by applying biochemical and molecular tools to the development of improved crop varieties. This research involves analysis of domesticated crops, wild relatives of crop species and potential new crop species. Research aims to define the basis of human selection for quality in food and non-food crops. These traits are critical to satisfying food and energy security because new plant varieties that may have higher yields may not be accepted for production by farmers if they fail to meet consumer expectations of quality and as a result are not marketable. Current research focuses on the major global food crops, rice and wheat and the leading current and potential energy crops, sugarcane and Eucalypts. Analysis of nutritional and functional characteristics ranges from determination of human preferences for properties of foods from bread to coffee and the chemical composition that determines the suitability of plant biomass for biofuel or biomaterial production. Whole genome sequencing and targeted sequencing of the functional parts of the genome allow associations between genetic variation and important traits to be established. Chemical and biochemical dissection of vital traits is facilitated by linking genetic variation at the whole genome level to function at the biochemical and molecular level.
  • Coffee
    Coffee is an important cash crop for farmers in developing countries. In Australia coffee consumption has grown and a small local industry is targeting high value and high quality coffee products. Collaboration in an international consortium has allowed a reference coffee genome sequence to be produced.
  • Rice
    Rice is a major human food originally domesticated in Asia. Wild rice in Australia is a major source of genetic diversity to support sustainable rice production globally. The Australian populations have uniquely escaped the genetic pollution from domesticated rice that has impacted wild rice growing in Asia. Whole genome analysis of Australian wild rice is being used to better understand rice domestication and make this diverse genetic resource available for increased rice food security worldwide.
  • Wheat
    Food security demands an accelerated rate of genetic improvement of major food crops such as wheat and rice. Wheat genes determining traits important for human use in production of bread and other food products are essential in commercial wheat production. These traits have been considered complex and selection for quality characteristics has limited the rate of genetic improvement of wheat. Genomics is being used to increase understanding of the genetic basis of these traits removing this constraint to more rapid improvements in wheat varieties and production globally.
  • Eucalypts
    Eucalypts are a diverse group of Australian species that have been planted in many countries for a wide range of uses. Eucalypts have been grown for solid wood, pulp for paper, and a source of firewood. Research uses our growing understanding of the Eucalypt genome to support selection of Eucalypts.
  • Sugarcane
    Sugarcane is a major industrial crop providing a source of energy, fuel and sugar. Research aims to deliver increased understanding the sugarcane genome and discovery of the genetic control of traits that are important in developing sugarcane as an energy crop.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Science, The University of Queensland
  • Doctor of Philosophy, La Trobe University
  • Master of Science, Macquarie University
  • Bachelor of Science, The University of Queensland

Publications

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Nevo, Eviatar and Henry, Robert (2015). Global warming and evolution of wild cereals. In Robert Redden, Shyam S. Yadav, Nigel Maxted, Mohammad Ehsan Dulloo, Luigi Guarino and Paul Smith (Ed.), Crop wild relatives and climate change (pp. 44-60) Hoboken, NJ, United States: Wiley. doi:10.1002/9781118854396.ch3

  • Krishnan, S. Gopala, Waters, Daniel L. E. and Henry, Robert J. (2014). A method for discovery of pair wise genome-wide SNP variations from whole genome re-sequencing data. In Robert J. Henry and Agnelo Furtado (Ed.), Cereal Genomics: Methods and Protocols (pp. 287-294) New York, NY United States: Humana Press. doi:10.1007/978-1-62703-715-0_24

  • Henry, Robert (2014). Eucalypts. In Robert Henry and Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Genetics, genomics and breeding of eucalypts (pp. 1-11) Boca Raton, FL, United States: CRC Press.

  • Henry, Robert J., Rice, Nicole, Edwards, Mark and Nock, Catherine J. (2014). Next-generation technologies to determine plastid genome sequences. In Pal Maliga (Ed.), Chloroplast Biotechnology: Methods and Protocols (pp. 39-46) New York, NY, United States: Humana Press. doi:10.1007/978-1-62703-995-6_2

  • Healey, Adam, Furtado, Agnelo and Henry, Robert J. (2014). Structural genomics of eucalypts. In Robert Henry and Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Genetics, genomics and breeding of eucalypts (pp. 103-120) Boca Raton, FL, United States: CRC Press.

  • Lybbert, Travis J., Skerritt, John H. and Henry, Robert J. (2013). Facilitation of future research and extension through funding and networking support. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Concepts and Strategies (pp. 415-432) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37045-8

  • Henry, Robert J. (2013). Implications of advances in molecular genetic technology for food security and ownership. In Charles Lawson and Jay Sanderson (Ed.), The Intellectual Property and Food Project: From Rewarding Innovation and Creation to Feeding the World (pp. 11-20) Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing.

  • Henry, Robert J. (2012). Evolution of DNA marker technology in plants. In Robert J. Henry (Ed.), Molecular markers in plants (pp. 1-19) Hoboken NJ, United States: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.. doi:10.1002/9781118473023.ch1

  • Henry, Robert J. (2012). Genomics for bioenergy production. In Chittaranjan Kole, Chandrashekhar P. Joshi and David R. Shonnard (Ed.), Handbook of bioenergy crop plants (pp. 21-29) Boca Raton, FL, United States: CRC Press. doi:10.1201/b11711-4

  • Krishnan, Gopala S., Singh, A. K., Waters, Daniel L. E. and Henry, Robert J. (2012). Molecular Markers for Harnessing Heterosis. In Robert J. Henry (Ed.), Molecular Markers in Plants (pp. 119-136) Hoboken NJ, United States: John Wiley and Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118473023.ch8

  • Jackson, P. and Henry, R. J. (2011). Erianthus. In Industrial Crops (pp. 97-107) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21102-7_5

  • Henry, Robert J. (2011). Eucalyptus. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Forest Trees (pp. 65-75) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21250-5_4

  • Anzoua, Kossonou Guillaume, Yamanda, Toshihiko and Henry, Robert J. (2011). Miscanthus. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Industrial Crops (pp. 157-164) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21102-7_9

  • Bonnett, G. D. and Henry, R. J. (2011). Saccharum. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Industrial Crops (pp. 165-177) Heidelberg: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21102-7_10

  • Bhattacharya, Anjanabha, Rice, Nicole, Shapter, Frances M., Norton, Sally L. and Henry, Robert J. (2011). Sorghum. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Cereals (pp. 397-406) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14228-4_9

  • Henry, R. J. (2010). An overview of advances in genomics in the new millennium. In Chittaranjan Kole and Albert G. Abbott (Ed.), Principles and practices of plant genomics. Volume 3, Advanced genomics (pp. 1-23) Enfield, N.H., U.S.: Taylor & Francis.

  • Henry, Robert J. and Kole, C. (2010). Basic information on the sugarcane plant. In Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Sugarcane (pp. 1-7) Boca Raton, FL, U.S.: CRC Press.

  • Brijs, K., Courtin, C,, Goesaert, H., Gebruers, K., Delcour, J., Shewry, P., Henry, R. J., Nicolas, J., Potus, J., Garcia, R. and Davidou, S. (2009). Enzymes and enzyme inhibitors endogenous to wheat. In Wheat : Chemistry and Technology 4th ed. (pp. 401-435) St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.: AACC International.

  • Rice, N., Kasem, S. and Henry, R. J. (2008). DNA banks as a resource for SNP genotyping. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 207-218) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0207

  • Kasem, S., Rice, N. and Henry, R. J. (2008). DNA extraction from plant tissue. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 219-271) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0219

  • Bradbury, Louis M.E., Henry, Robert J. and Waters, Daniel L. E. (2008). Flavor development in rice. In Daphna Havkin-Frenkel and Faith C. Belanger (Ed.), Biotechnology in flavor production (pp. 130-146) Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell.

  • Henry, R. J. (2008). Future prospects for plant genotyping. In R.J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 272-280) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CAB International. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0272

  • Waters, D. L. E., Bundock, P. C. and Henry, R. J. (2008). Genotyping by allele-specific PCR. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 88-97) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0088

  • Bradbury, L. M. T., Waters, D. L. E. and Henry, R. J. (2008). Genotyping for rice eating qualities. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 187-194) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0187

  • Pattemore, J. A., Trau, M. and Henry, R. J. (2008). Nanotechnology : the future of cost-effective plant genotyping. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II : SNP technology (pp. 133-153) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0133

  • Henry, R. J. (2008). Preface. In R.J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. IX-IX) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CAB International.

  • Eliott, F., Cordeiro, G., Bundock, P. C. and Henry, R. J. (2008). SNP discovery by ecotilling using capillary electrophoresis. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 78-87) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0078

  • Henry, R. J. and Ablett, G. (2008). Sequence polymorphisms in the flanking regions of microsatellite markers. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping II: SNP technology (pp. 68-77) Wallingford, United Kingdom: CAB International. doi:10.1079/9781845933821.0068

  • Riaz, S., Doligez, A., Henry, R. J. and Walker, M. A. (2007). Grapes. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Fruits and Nuts (pp. 63-94) Berlin, Germany: Springer.

  • Cordeiro, Giovanni, Amouyal, Ouzi, Eliott, Frances and Henry, Robert (2007). Sugarcane. In Chittaranjan Kole (Ed.), Pulses, Sugar and Tuber Crops (pp. 175-204) Berlin, Germany: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-34516-9_11

  • Rice, Nicole, Henry, Robert and Rossetto, Maurizio (2006). DNA banks : A primary resource for conservation research. In M.C. de Vicente and M.S. Andersson (Ed.), DNA banks : Providing novel options for genebanks? (pp. 41-48) Rome, Italy: International Plant Genetic Resources Institute.

  • Henry, Robert J. (2006). Genomics and plant biodiversity management. In Robert J. Henry (Ed.), Plant conservation genetics (pp. 167-175) New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Food Products Press.

  • Henry, Robert J. (2006). Plant conservation genetics : Importance, options, and opportunities. In Robert J. Henry (Ed.), Plant conservation genetics (pp. 1-6) New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Food Products Press.

  • Henry, Robert J. (2005). Conserving genetic diversity in plants of environmental, social or economic importance. In Robert J. Henry (Ed.), Plant diversity and evolution : Genotypic and phenotypic variation in higher plants (pp. 317-325) Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK ; Cambridge, MA: CABI Publishing.

  • Henry, Robert J. (2005). Importance of plant diversity. In Robert J. Henry (Ed.), Plant diversity and evolution : Genotypic and phenotypic variation in higher plants (pp. 1-5) Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK ; Cambridge, MA: CABI Publishing.

  • Henry, R. J. (2004). Barley: Harvesting storage and transport. In Colin Wrigley, Harold Corke and Charles E. Walker (Ed.), Encyclopedia of grain sciences (pp. 46-49) Amsterdam, Netherlands; Boston, MA, United States: Elseiver. doi:10.1016/B0-12-765490-9/00012-4

  • Henry, R.J. (2004). Who owns the gene pool. In Ken G. Rickert and Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (Australia) (Ed.), Emerging challenges for farming systems: Lessons from Australian and Dutch agriculture (pp. 130-144) Canberra ACT, Australia: RIRDC.

  • Henry, R. J. (2001). Biotechnology: cereal and cereal products quality. In Cereals Processing Technology (pp. 53-76) Abington, Oxfordshire, UK: Woodhead Publishing.

  • Henry, R. J. and Lee, L. S. (2001). Commercial applications of plant genotyping. In Plant Genotyping: the DNA Fingerprinting of Plants (pp. 265-273) Oxford: CABI.

  • Henry, R. J. (2001). Exploiting Cereal Genetic Resources. In Biotechnology of Cereals (pp. 23-57) London: Academia Press. doi:10.1016/S0065-2296(01)34006-5

  • McLauchlan, A., Henry, R. J., Isaac, P. G. and Edwards, K.J. (2001). Microsatellite analysis in cultivated hexaploid wheat and wild wheat relatives. In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping: The DNA fingerprinting of plants (pp. 147-159) Oxford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing.

  • Henry, R. J., Lee, L. S., Rossetto, M. and Homer. L. (2001). Molecular analysis of wild plant germplasm: The case of tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia). In R. J. Henry (Ed.), Plant genotyping: The DNA fingerprinting of plants (pp. 95-107) New York, NY, United States: CABI.

  • Henry, R. J. (2001). Plant DNA extraction. In Plant Genotyping: the DNA Fingerprinting of Plants (pp. 239-249) Oxford: CABI.

  • Henry, R. J., Morris, P. C. and Bryce, J. H. (2000). Using biotechnology to add value to cereals. In Cereal Biotechnology (pp. 91-106) Cambridge: Woodhead.

  • Henry, R. J., Chopra, V. L., Malik, V. S. and Bhat, S. R. (1999). Molecular techniques for the identification of plants. In Applied plant biotechnology (pp. 269-283) Enfield, NH, United Kingdom: Science Publishers.

  • Henry, R. J. (1998). Molecular and biochemical characterization of somaclonal variation. In Somaclonal variation and induced mutations in crop improvement (pp. 485-499) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  • Graham, G. C. and Henry, R. J. (1997). Preparation of fungal genomic DNA for PCR and RAPD analysis. In Maria R. Micheli and Rodolfo Bova (Ed.), Fingerprinting methods based upon arbitrarily primed PCR (pp. 29-34) Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Cooper, T., Furtado, A., Henry, R. J. and Crayn, D. (2015). Analysis of the chloroplast genome of a coffee relative from northern Australia. In: Proceedings of the IV International Symposium on Plant Genetic Resources. International Horticultural Congress, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (177-182). 17-22 August 2014. doi:10.17660/ActaHortic.2015.1101.27

  • Nock, C. J., Baten, A., Hancock, W., Kawamata, A., Craig Hardner, Bruce Topp, Robert Henry and King, G. J. (2014). In Harvesting the macadamia genome. In: Plant and Animal Genome XXII Conference, San Diego, (). 11-15 January 2014.

  • Jilal, Abderrazek, Grando, Stefania, Henry, Robert James, Rice, Nicole and Ceccarelli, Salvatore (2013). Agronomic and quality attributes of worldwide primitive barley subspecies. In: Guoping Zhang, Chengdao Li and Xu Liu, Advance in Barley Sciences: Proceedings of 11th International Barley Genetics Symposium. IBGS 2012: 11th International Barley Genetics Symposium, Hangzhou, China, (115-123). 15-20 April, 2012. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4682-4

  • ShepherdMervyn, CrossMichael, DietersMarkJ and Henry, Robert (2002). Branch architecture QTL for Pinus elliottii var. elliottii x Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis hybrids. In: Annals of Forest Science: Proceedings of the Wood, Breeding, Biotechnology and Industrial Expectations Conference. Wood, Breeding, Biotechnology and Industrial Expectations Conference, Bordeaux, France, (617-625). 11-14 June, 2001. doi:10.1051/forest:2002047

  • Codrington, T. A., Scott, L. J., Scott, K., Graham, G. C., Rossetto, M., Ryan, M., Whiffin, T., Henry, R. and Hill, K.G. (2002). Unresolved phylogenetic position of Wollemia, Araucaria and Agathis. In: M. Wilcox and R. Bieleski, International Araucariaceae Symposium. International Araucariaceae Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, (107-107). 14-17th March 2002.

  • Scott, L. J., Shepherd, M., Henry, R., Graham, G., Dieters, M.J. and Nikles, G. (2002). Utility and evolution of microsatellites in the Araucariaceae. In: M. Wilcox and R. Bieleski, International Araucariaceae Symposium. International Araucariaceae Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, (31-32). 14-17th March, 2002.

  • Cordeiro, GM and Henry, RJ (2001). Evaluation of microsatellites (simple sequence repeats) as genetic markers in sugarcane. In: INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SUGAR CANE TECHNOLOGISTS, VOL II, PROCEEDINGS. 24th Congress of the International-Society-of-Sugar-Cane-Technologists, Brisbane AUSTRALIA, (627-629). SEP 17-21, 2001.

  • Henry, R. J. and O'Brien, L. (2000). Technical advances in plant transformation providing opportunities to expand the cereal gene pool. In: Transgenic Cereals. Symposium on Transgenic Cereals, Gold Coast Australia, (252-266). September 2000.

  • Henry, RJ (1998). Practical applications of molecular markers to tropical and subtropical species - Reviewed paper. In: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON BIOTECHNOLOGY OF TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL SPECIES - PART II. International Symposium on Biotechnology of Tropical and Subtropical Species, BRISBANE AUSTRALIA, (107-111). SEP 29-OCT 03, 1997.

  • Sarac, H. Z. and Henry, R. J. (1998). Use of cereals in aquaculture production systems. In: A. B. Blakeney and L. O'Brien, Pacific people and their food. 5th Pacific Rim Symposium in conjunction with the 48th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference of the Royal-Australian-Chemical-Institute, Cairns, QLD, Australia, (193-217). 13-22 August 1998.

  • Jones, ME, Vickers, JE, DeJersey, J, Henry, RJ, Symons, MH and Marschke, RJ (1997). Bacterial expression of the bifunctional alpha-amylase/subtilisin inhibitor from barley. In: JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF BREWING. 45th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference, ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA, (31-33). SEP 10-14, 1995.

  • Henry, R. J. (1996). Improvement of the quality of barley for beer production. In: Agri-food quality: an interdisciplinary approach. International Conference "Agri-Food Quality", Norwich, United Kingdom, (15-18). 25-29 June 1995.

  • Taylor, P. W. J., Fraser, T. A., Ko, H. -L and Henry, R. J. (1995). RAPD analysis of sugarcane during tissue culture. In: M. Terzi, R. Cella and A. Falavigna, Current issues in plant molecular and cellular biology. 8th International Congress on Plant Tissue and Cell Culture, Florence, Italy, (241-246). 12-17 June 1994.

  • Taylor, PWJ, Fraser, TA, Ko, HL and Henry, RJ (1995). RAPD analysis of sugarcane during tissue culture. In: CURRENT ISSUES IN PLANT MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY. VIIIth International Congress on Plant Tissue and Cell Culture, FLORENCE ITALY, (241-246). JUN 12-17, 1994.

  • Henry, R. J., McKinnon, G. E., Haak, I. A. and Brennan, P. S. (1994). Genetic engineering of resistance to starch hydrolysis caused by pre-harvest sprouting. In: John A. Ronalds and Robert Henry James, Improvement of cereal quality by genetic engineering. Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Cereal Chemistry Division Symposium on Improvement of Cereal Quality by Genetic Engineering, Sydney, Australia, (129-132). 12-16 September 1993.

  • Ko, H. L. and Henry, R. J. (1994). Rapid cereal genotype analysis. In: John A. Ronalds and Robert Henry James, Improvement of cereal quality by genetic engineering. Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Cereal Chemistry Division Symposium on Improvement of Cereal Quality by Genetic Engineering, Sydney, NSW, Australia, (153-157). 12-16 September 1993.

  • Henry, R. J., McKinnon, G. E., Haak, I. C. and Brennan, P. S. (1993). Use of alpha-amylase inhibitors to control sprouting. In: Preharvest sprouting in cereals. Sixth International Symposium on Pre-Harvest Sprouting in Cereals, Coeur d'Alene, ID, United States, (232-235). 25-29 July 1992.

  • BEKES, F, GRAS, P, ROSS, A, TOMLINSON, D, PASARIBU, S, BLAKENEY, T and HENRY, R (1991). CHARACTERIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL PROTEIN COMPLEXES IN FLOUR MILL STREAMS .1. EFFECT OF WEATHER DAMAGE AND SUBSEQUENT PEARLING. In: GLUTEN PROTEINS 1990. 4TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON GLUTEN PROTEINS, WINNIPEG CANADA, (230-238). JUN 27-29, 1990.

  • HENRY, RJ and STONE, BA (1983). SYNTHESIS OF BETA-GLUCANS FROM UDP-GLUCOSE BY PROTOPLASTS AND CELLS FROM RYEGRASS ENDOSPERM GROWN IN SUSPENSION-CULTURE. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY. , , (62-62). .

  • SCHIBECI, A, HENRY, RJ and STONE, BA (1983). THE SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF BETA-GLUCAN SYNTHASES FROM CULTURED RYEGRASS (LOLIUM-MULTIFLORUM) ENDOSPERM CELL-SUSPENSIONS. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY. , , (93-93). .

  • Henry, R. J. and Stone, B. A. (1981). Beta-Glucan Synthesis By Particulate Enzymes From Suspension-Cultured Ryegrass Endosperm Cells. In: Annual General Meeting of the Australian Biochemical Society, Australia, (49-49). 1981.

  • HENRY, RJ and DARBYSHIRE, B (1980). THE PATHWAY OF FRUCTAN TRISACCHARIDE SYNTHESIS FROM SUCROSE. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY. , , (70-70). .

  • HENRY, RJ and DARBYSHIRE, B (1978). FRUCTAN METABOLISM IN ONIONS. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY. , , (38-38). .

  • HENRY, RJ, MACLEAN, DJ and SCOTT, KJ (1977). UPTAKE AND UTILIZATION OF MONOSACCHARIDES BY WHEAT-STEM RUST FUNGUS. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY. , , (42-42). .

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