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  1. Abu Samra N, Jori F, Xiao L, Rikhotso O, Thompson PN (2013) Molecular characterization of Cryptosporidium species at the wildlife/livestock interface of the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 36:295-302
  2. Abu Samra N, Zhang H, Thompson PN, Jori F, Xiao L (2012) Enterocytozoon bieneusi at the wildlife/livestock interface of the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Veterinary Parasitology 190:587-590
  3. Aderogba, M.A., Kgatle, D.T., McGaw, L.J., Eloff, J.N. 2012. Isolation of antioxidant constituents from Combretum apiculatum subsp. apiculatum. South African Journal of Botany. 79, 125-131.
  4. Adetunji, A.I., Du Clou, H., Walford, S.N., Taylor, J.R.N. 2016. Complementary effects of cell wall degrading enzymes together with lactic acid fermentation on cassava tuber cell wall breakdown. Ind. Crop. Prod. 90:110-117.
  5. Adetunji, A. I, Duodu, K. G. and Taylor, J. R. N. (2015) Inactivation of tannins in milled sorghum grain through steeping in dilute NaOH solution. Food Chemistry 175, 225-232.
  6. Adetunji, A.I., Khoza, S., De Kock, H.L. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2013. Influence of sorghum grain type on physico-chemical and sensory quality in a whole grain and commercial enzyme mashing process. J. Inst. Brew Volume 119, Issue 3, pages156–163.   http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jib.76/abstract
  7. Agbeniga, B. & Webb, E.C., (2012). Effect of slaughter technique on bleed-out, blood in the trachea and blood splash in the lungs of cattle. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 42(5)1
  8. Agbeniga, B., Webb, E.C. & O’Neill, A., (2013). Influence of Kosher (Shechita) and conventional slaughter techniques on shear force, drip and cooking loss of beef S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 43:5(1), 2-10.
  9. Aijuka M, George Charimba, Celia Hugo and Elna. M Buys. (2015) Characterization of bacterial pathogens in rural and urban irrigation water. Journal of Water and Health. 13 (1) 103-117; DOI: 10.2166/wh.2014.228 DOI:10.2166/vh.2014.228.
  10. Ahmed, A.S., Elgorashi, E.E., Moodley, N. McGaw, L.J., Naidoo, V., Eloff, J.N. 2012. The antimicrobial, antioxidative, anti-inflammatory activity and cytotoxicity of different fractions of four South African Bauhinia species used traditionally to treat diarrhoea. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 143, 826-839.
  11. Ahmed, A.S., McGaw, L.J., Eloff, J.N. 2013. Evaluation of pharmacological activities, cytotoxicity and phenolic composition of four Maytenus species used in southern African traditional medicine to treat intestinal infections and diarrhoeal diseases. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 13, 100.
  12. Alden, C., Schoeman, M., 2013. South Africa in the company of giants: The search for leadership in a transforming global order. International Affairs, 89(1): 111-129.
  13. Amonsou, E.O. Taylor, J.R.N., Beukes, M. and Minnaar, A. 2012. Marama bean protein. Food Chern. 130:638-643.
  14. Amonsou, E.O., Taylor, J.R.N. and Minnaar, A. 2013.Adhesive potential of marama  bean protein. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 41:171-176.
  15. Amonsou, E.O., Taylor, J.R.N., Emmambux, M.N., Duodu, K.G., and Minnaar, A. 2012. Highly viscous dough forming properties of marama protein. Food Chern. 134:1519-1526 ..
  16. Amonsou, E.O., Taylor, J.R.N., Highly viscous dough forming properties of marama protein.
  17. Anyango, J.O., Duneas, N., Taylor, J.R.N. and Taylor, J. 2012. Physicochemical modification of kafirin microparticles and their ability to bind Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 (BMP-2), for application as a biomaterial. J. Agric. Food Chern. 2012.60:8419-8426.
  18. Anyango, J.O., Taylor, J.R.N. and Taylor, J. 2013. Role of γ‑kafirin in the formation and organization of kafirin microstructures. J. Agric. Food Chem. 61: 10757-10765.
  19. Apea Bah, F., Minnaar, A., Bester, M. J. and Duodu, K. G. (2014) Does a sorghum-cowpea composite porridge hold promise for contributing to alleviating oxidative stress? Food Chemistry 157, 157-166.
  20. Apea Bah, F., Minnaar, A., Bester, M. J. and Duodu, K. G. (2016) Sorghum-cowpea composite porridge as a functional food, Part II: Antioxidant properties as affected by simulated in vitro gastrointestinal digestion. Food Chemistry 197, 307-315.
  21. Arnot, L.F., Duncan, N.M., Coetzer, H., Botha, C.J., 2012. An outbreak of canine aflatoxicosis in Gauteng province, South Africa. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 83(1): 1-4a.
  22. Bagla, V.P., McGaw, L.J., Eloff, J.N. 2012. The antiviral activity of six South African plants traditionally used against infections in ethnoveterinary medicine. Veterinary Microbiology. 155, 198-206.
  23. Bill, M., Sivakumar, D., Thompson, K. & Korsten, L. 2014. Avocado fruit quality management during the postharvest supply chain. Food Reviews International, 30(3): 169-202. DOI 1080/87559129.2014.90730.
  24. Bill, M., Sivakumar, D., Korsten, Z., & Thompson, A. K. (2014). The efficacy of combined application of edible coatings and thyme oil in inducing resistance components in avocado (Persea americana Mill.) against anthracnose during post-harvest storage. Crop Protection, 64, 159–167.
  25. Boeyens JCA, Deepak V, Chua W-H, Kruger MC, Joubert AM, Coetzee M. Effects of ω-3 and ω-6- polyunsaturated fatty acids on RANKL-induced osteoclast differentiation of RAW264.7 cells: A comparative in vitro study. Nutrients 2014;6:2584-2601.
  26. Booysen, L., Viljoen , A.T., Schönfeldt, H.C. 2013. A comparison of the eating quality of selected potato cultivars from two potato production regions in South Africa. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 93(3):509-516.
  27. Bouwman, H., Kylin, H., Sereda, B. & Bornman, R., 2012. High levels of DDT in breast milk: Intake, risk, lactation duration, and involvement of gender. Environmental Pollution, 170: 63- 70.
  28. Bramley C (2013) Amendments to Regulate the Production and Sale of Beer and other Fermented Liquor Products. European Food and Feed Law Review (EFFL), Country report, January 2013: 76-77.
  29. Bramley C and Bienabe E 2012. Developments and considerations around geographical indications in the developing world. Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, (2)1.
  30. Brink, K., van Vuren, J. & Bornman, R., 2012. Responses of laboratory exposed catfish (Ciarias gariepinus) to environmentally relevant concentrations of p,p'-DDT. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 34(3): 919-925.
  31. Buys EM (2016). Quantitative assessment of human exposure to extended spectrum and AmpC β-lactamases bearing E. coli in lettuce attributable to irrigation water and subsequent horizontal gene transfer. International Journal of Food Microbiology. Final version published online: 30-Nov-2016 DOI information: 10.1016/j.ijfoodmicro.2016.10.011
  32. Chiremba, C., Siwela, M., Rooney, L.W. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2013. Hardness changes and endosperm modification during sorghum malting in grains of varying hardness and malt quality. Cereal Chemistry 90:138-144.
  33. Chiremba, C., Taylor, J.R.N., Rooney, L.W. and Beta, T. 2012. Phenolic acid content of sorghum and maize cultivars varying in hardness. Food Chern. 134:81-88.
  34. de Bruin, W., Rossouw, W. & Korsten, L., 2015. Comparison of safe alternative dipping treatments to maintain quality of zucchini. Journal of Food quality. (Journal impact factor 2014 = 0.838), Manuscript ID JFQ-2014-206.
  35. de Bruin, W., Otto, D. & Korsten, L., 2015. The microbiological status and food safety compliance of commercially produced basil. Journal of Food Protection. (Journal impact factor 2-14 = 1.849) Manuscript ID: JFP-15-182.
  36. De Bruin, W., Volschenk, Q. & Korsten, L., 2015 Nonylphenol, an industrial endocrine disrupter chemical, affects root hair growth, shoot length and root length of germinating Cos lettuce (Lactuca sativa). Seed Science and Technology (Journal Impact factor = 0.480), Accepted 5 Oct 2015.
  37. De cock, n., d’Haese, m., Vink, n., van Rooyen, c. J., Staelens, l., Schönfeldt, H. C., & d’Haese, L. 2013. Food security in rural areas of Limpopo province, South Africa. Food Security; 5:269–282.
  38. De Cock, N., D'haese, M., Vink, N., Van Rooyen, C. J., Staelens, L., Schonfe Ldt, H. C., & D'haese, L. 2013. Food security in rural areas of Limpopo province, South Africa. Food Security; 5:269- 282.
  39. Deepak V, Kasonga A, Kruger MC, Coetzee M. Inhibitory effects of eugenol on RANKL-induced osteoclast formation via attenuation of NF-κB and MAPK pathways. Connective Tissue Research 2015;56(3):195-203.
  40. Deepak V, Kasonga A, Kruger MC, Coetzee M. Carvacrol attenuates osteoclastogenesis and negatively affects the survival of mature osteoclasts. Biol. Pharm. Bull 2016;39(7):1150-1158
  41. Deepak V, Kruger MC, Coetzee M. Geraniol attenuates osteoclast differentiation by suppressing NF-kB activity and expression of osteoclastogenic genes. Med Chem Res. Online publication 27 Aug 2016
  42. Deepak V, Kruger MC, Joubert A, Coetzee M. Piperine alleviates osteoclast formation through the p38/cFos/NFATc1 signaling axis. BioFactors 2015;41(6):403-413.
  43. Dodgen, T.M., Hochfeld, W.E., Fickl, H., Asfaha, S.M., Durand!, C., Rheeder, P.,Drogemoller, B.l., Wright, G.E.B., Warnich, L., Labuschagne, C.D.J., van Schalkwyk, A., Gaedigk, A., Pepper, M.S., 2013. Introduction of the AmpliChip CYP450 Test to a South African cohort: A platform comparative prospective cohort study. BMC Medical Genetics, 14(1), art. no. 20.
  44. Du Plessis, E.M., Duvenage, F. & Korsten, L. 2015. Determining the potential link between irrigation water quality and microbiological quality of onions by genotypic and phenotypic characterisation of Escherichia coli isolates. J. Food Protection. 78, 643-651 (doi:10.4315/0362-028X).
  45. Du Toit, P.J., Ferreira, R., Fraser, WJ., Gericke, G., Botha, K., Nortjé, E., Kleynhans, M. (2015). Schools as Sites for Social Change: Applying the TEARS Principle. The International Journal of Educational Organization and Leadership, 22 (3): 37-44
  46. Du Toit, P., Naicker, L., Nortje, E., Kleynhans, M., Ferreira, R. & Gericke, G. (2013). Determining a physical wellness indicator (Translated). Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie, 32(1): 770. Available at: <http://www.satnt.ac.za/index.php/satnt/article/view/770
  47. Du Toit, P., Wood, P., Grant, CC., Nortje, E., Kleynhans, M., Fletcher, L., Krüger, PE., Joubert, AM., Kennedy, JJ., Ferreira, R., Van Schoor, A., Joubert, F. & Gericke, G. (2013).A comparison between the cardio-stress indices of active and sedentary populations (Translated). Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie, 32(1): 769. Available at <http://www.satnt.ac.za/index.php/satnt/article/view/769.
  48. Du Toit, PJ., Rudolph, EC., Joubert, YT., Coetzee, N., Krüger, E., Fraser, WJ. & Ferreira, R. (2015). Cardiovascular health risk among university students (Career counseling). South African Journal of Natural Sciences and Technology Art. #1178, 7 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/satnt.v34i1.1178.
  49. Du Toit, PJ, Kruger, E, Govender, C, Henning, E, Kleynhans, M, Wood, PS, De Villiers, N, Van Rooyen, JM, Fletcher, L & Grant, CC. 2012. Cardiovascular health screening among South African students. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, Supplement (March): 159-168.
  50. Du Toit, PJ, Kruger, PE, Govender, C, Lawson, J, Kleynhans, M, Grobbelaar, C, Terblanche, HC, Wood, PS, Grant, CC & Hay, L. 2012. Initial assessment of well- being in South African armed services personnel. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, Supplement (March): 144-156.
  51. Duodu, K. G. (2014) Effects of processing on phenolic phytochemicals in cereals and legumes. Cereal Foods World 59 (2) 64-70.
  52. Duvenage, F., du Plessis, E., Duvenage, S., Volschenk, Q. & Korsten, L., 2016. Status of viable bacterial microbiome on the pear carpoplane. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture on 24 July 2015. Manuscript ID: JSFA-15- 2062. (Journal Impact factor 2014 = 1.7140) J Sci Food Agric. 2016 Jun 14. doi: 10.1002/jsfa.7847. [Epub ahead of print] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27300139
  53. Edema, M.O.,Emmambux, M.N. and Taylor J.R.N. 2013. Improvement of fonio dough properties through starch modification by sourdough fermentation. Starch/Stärke 65:730-737.
  54. Elhassan, M.S.M., Emmambux, M.N., Hays, D.B., Peterson, G.C. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2015. Novel biofortified sorghum lines with combined waxy (high amylopectin) starch and high protein digestibility traits: Effects on endosperm and flour properties. J. Cereal Sci. 65:132-139.
  55. Emmambux, M.N. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2013. Morphology, physical, chemical and functional properties of starches from cereals, legumes and tubers cultivated in Africa: A review. Starch/Stärke 65: 715-729. (invited review)
  56. Emmambux, M.N., Duodu, K.G., and Minnaar, A. 2012. Food Chem. 134:1519-1526.
  57. Erasmus, L.J. & Webb, E.C., (2013). The effect of production system and management practices on the environmental impact, quality and safety of milk and dairy products, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 43(3):423-434.
  58. Esposito G., Irons P.C., Webb, E.C., Chapwanya A. (2014) Interactions between negative energy balance, metabolic diseases, uterine health and immune response in transition dairy cows. Animal Reproduction Science 144: 60-71
  59. Esposito G., Irons P.C., Webb, E.C., Chapwanya A. (2014) Interactions between negative energy balance, metabolic diseases, uterine health and immune response in transition dairy cows. Animal Reproduction Science 144: 60-71
  60. Fafetine JM, Paweska JT, Thompson PN, Neves L, Coetzer JAW, Rutten VPMG (2013) Serological evidence of Rift Valley fever virus circulation in sheep and goats in Zambézia Province, Mozambique. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 7:e2065
  61. Falade, A.T., Emmambux, M.N., Buys, E.M. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2014.Improvement of maize bread quality through modification of dough rheological properties by lactic acid bacteria fermentation J. Cereal Sci. 60:471-476.
  62. Ferreira, R., Fraser, WJ., Botha, K., Cook, E., Du Toit, PJ. & Gericke, G. (2013). Food practices and needs of resource-constrained communities as seen through the eyes of teachers (Translated). Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie, 32(1): 770. Available at: <http://www.satnt.ac.za/index.php/satnt/article/view/779.
  63. Fosgate, G.T., Pelzer, I.M., Karzis, J., 2013. Sensitivity and specificity of a hand-held milk electrical conductivity meter compared to the California mastitis test for mastitis in dairy cattle. Veterinary Journal, 196(1):98-102
  64. Frylinck, L., O’Neil, A., Du Toit, E., Strydom, P.E. & Webb, E.C., (2015). The beef tenderness model, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 45(3): 234-248.
  65. Frylink, L., Strydom, P.E., Webb, E.C. & Du Toit, E., (2012). Effect of South African beef production systems on post-mortem muscle energy status and meat quality, Meat Sci.,93: 827-837.
  66. Gey van Pittius, N.C., Perrett, K.D., Michel, A.L., Keel, D.F., Hlokwe, T., Streicher, E.M., Warren, R.M., van Heiden, P.D., 2012. Infection of African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) by oryx bacillus, a rare member of the antelope clade of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 48(4): 849-857.
  67. Grootboom, A.W., Mkhonza, N.L., Mbambo, Z., O’Kennedy, M.M, Da Silva, L.S., Taylor, J., Taylor, J.R.N., Chikwamba, R. and Mehlo, L. (2014). Co-suppression of synthesis of major a-kafirin sub-class together with γ-kafirin-1 and γ-kafirin-2 required for substantially improved protein digestibility in transgenic sorghum. Plant Cell Rep. Plant Cell Reports 33 (3), pp 521-537DOI 10.1007/s00299-013-1556-5.
  68. Hachibamba, T., Dykes, L., Awika, J. M., Minnaar, A. and Duodu, K. G. (2013) Effect of simulated gastrointestinal digestion on phenolic composition and antioxidant capacity of cooked cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) varieties. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 48, 2638-2649.
  69. Haggblade, S., Duodu, K.G., Kabasa, J.D., Minnaar, A., Ojijo, N.K and Taylor, J.R.N. 2016. Emerging early actions to bend the curve in sub-Saharan Africa’s nutrition transition. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 0379572116637723.
  70. Hall, N., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius B. (2016) ‘Fatty acids in beef from grain- and grass-fed cattle: the unique South African scenario’, South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2016:29(2).
  71. Hall, N., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. (2016) ’Effect of animal age and trimming practices on the physical composition of Bonsmara beef’, Food Chemistry, 193, pp 160–165.
  72. Hall, N., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. 2015. Changes in the composition of South African red meat. South African Journal of Animal Science, vol.45, no.3, p.325-338.
  73. Hall, N.G. & Schonfeldt, H.C. 2013. Total nitrogen vs amino-acid profile as indicator of protein content of beef. Food Chemistry. 140 (3): 608-612.
  74. Hendriks SL, van der Merwe, C, Ngidi MS, Manyamba C, Mbele M, McIntyre M, Molefe QN, Mphephu MN, Mgwane L. (2015). What are we measuring? A comparison of household food security indicators from a sample of households in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Paper accepted for publication in the Journal of the Ecology of Food and Nutrition September 2015. In press. DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2015.1094063.
  75. Hendriks SL (2013). South Africa's national development plan and new growth path: reflections on policy contradictions and implications for food security. Agrekon 52 (3): 1 –17.
  76. Hendriks SL (2013). Will Renewed Attention and Investment in African Agriculture Ensure Sound Nutrition? European Journal of Development Research 25, 36-43.
  77. Hendriks SL (2014). Food security in South Africa: Status quo and policy imperatives. Agrekon, 53 (2): 1 – 24.
  78. Hendriks SL and Olivier NJJ (2015). Review of the South African Agricultural Legislative Framework: Food Security Implications. Development Southern Africa, 32:5, 555-576. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/0376835X.2015.1044075
  79. Hendriks, SL (2015). The food security continuum: a novel tool for understanding food insecurity as a range of experiences. Food Security, 7 (3): 609-619. http://www.springer.com/-/0/185029c009ab436c8717ac6b9bed22c7
  80. Hikeezi, D.M., Duodu, K.G., Chisi, M., Rooney, L.W. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2013. Polyphenol oxidase activity in white tan-plant type sorghums: An important determinant of the relatively dark colour of their porridges. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 48:941- 946.
  81. Hope-Jones, M., Strydom, P.E., Frylinck, L. & Webb, E.C., (2012). Effect of dietary beta-agonist treatment, Vitamin D3 supplementation and electrical stimulation of carcasses on colour and drip loss of steaks from feedlot steers. Meat Sci., 90, 607- 612.
  82. Kasonga AE, Deepak V, Kruger M.C. Coetzee M. Arachidonic acid and docosahexaenoic acid suppress osteoclast formation and activity in human CD14+ monocytes, in vitro. PLoS ONE 10(4):e0125145. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0125145 April 13, 2015.
  83. Kayitesi, E., de Kock, H. L., Minnaar, A. and Duodu K. G. (2012) Nutritional quality and antioxidant activity of marama–sorghum composite flours and porridges. Food Chemistry 131, 837-842.
  84. Kayitesi, E., Duodu, K. G., Minnaar, A. & De Kock, H. L. 2013. Effect of micronisation of pre-conditioned cowpeas on cooking time and sensory properties of cooked cowpeas. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 93, 838-845.
  85. King, B.L., Taylor, J. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2016. Formation of a viscoelastic dough from isolated total zein (α-, β- and γ-zein) using a glacial acetic acid treatment. J. Cereal Sci. 71:250-257.
  86. Kobue-Lekalake, R., Taylor, J.R.N. and De Kock, H.L. 2012. Application of the dual attribute time-intensity (DATI) sensory method to the temporal measurement of bitterness and astringency in sorghum. Int. J. Food Sci. Techno!. 47: 459-466.
  87. Kruger, J. (2016). Replacing electrolytic iron in a fortification-mix with NaFeEDTA increases both iron and zinc availabilities in traditional African maize porridges. Food Chemistry, 205, 9-13
  88. Kruger MC, Tousen Y, Katsumata S, Tadaishi M, Kasonga AE, Deepak V, Coetzee M, Ishimi Y. (2015) Effects of soy phytoestrogens and New Zealand functional foods on bone health. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol 2015;61:S142-S144.
  89. Kruger, J., Oelofse, A. and Taylor J.R.N. 2014. Effects of aqueous soaking on the phytate and mineral contents and phytate:mineral ratios of wholegrain normal sorghum and maize and low phytate sorghum. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr. August 2014, Vol. 65, No. 5 , Pages 539-546 doi:10.3109/09637486.2014.886182
  90. Kruger, J., Oelofse, A. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2014.Effects of aqueous soaking on the phytate and mineral contents and phytate:mineral ratios of wholegrain normal sorghum and maize and low phytate sorghum. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr. 65:539-546
  91. Kruger, J., Oelofse, A., Taylor, J. and Taylor J.R.N. 2012. Potential for improvement in yeast nutrition in raw whole grain sorghum and maize lager brewing and bioethanol production through grain genetic modification and phytase treatment.. J. lnst. Brew. 118: 70-75.
  92. Kruger, J., Pina-Vardas, C., Vinis-Ndimba, R. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2014. J. Visualisation of the distribution in red non-tannin finger millet using PIXE microanalysis. Cereal Sci. 60:1-3.
  93. Kruger, J., Taylor, J.R.N., Oelofse, A. 2012. Effects of reducing phytate content in sorghum through genetic modification and fermentation on in vitro iron availability in whole grain porridges. Food Chem. 131: 220-224.
  94. Kruger, J., Taylor, J.R.N., Xiaogu, D., De Moura, F.F., Lonnerdal, B. and Oelofse, A. 2013. Effect of phytate reduction of sorghum, through genetic modification, on iron and zinc availability as assessed by an in vitro dialysability bioaccessibility assay, Caco-2 cell uptake assay, and suckling rat pup absorption model. Food Chemistry 141: 1019-1025
  95. Kruger, J., Taylor, J.R.N., Xiaogu, D., De Moura, F.F., Lönnerdal, B. and Oelofse, A. 2013. Effect of phytate reduction of sorghum, through genetic modification, on iron and zinc availability as assessed by an in vitro dialysability bioaccessibility assay, Caco-2 cell uptake assay, and suckling rat pup absorption model. Food Chem. 141: 1019-1025.
  96. Krüger, K., Venter, F. & Schröder, M.L. (2015). First insights into the influence of aster yellows phytoplasmas on the behaviour of the leafhopper Mgenia fuscovaria. Phytopathogenic Mollicutes 5 (Supplement): S41-S42.
  97. Krüger, K., Saccaggi, D.L., van der Merwe , M. & Kasdorf,  G.G.F. (2015) Transmission of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 (GLRaV-3): acquisition, inoculation and retention by the mealybugs Planococcus ficus and Pseudococcus longispinus  (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae). South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture 36: 223-230.
  98. Minnis-Ndimba, R., Kruger, J., Taylor, J. R. N., Mtshali, C., & Pineda-Vargas, C. A. 2015. Micro-PIXE mapping of mineral distribution in mature grain of two pearl millet cultivars. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 363, 177-182.
  99.  Kruger, J., Mongwaketse, T., Faber, M., van der Hoeven, M., Smuts, C.M. 2015. Potential contribution of African green leafy vegetables and maize porridge composite meals to iron and zinc nutrition, Nutrition, 31(9), 1117-1123.
  100. Kruger, J., Minnis-Ndimba, R., Mtshali, C., Minnaar, A. 2015. Novel in situ evaluation of the role minerals play in the development of the hard-to-cook (HTC) defect of cowpeas and its effect on the in vitro mineral bioaccessibility. Food Chemistry, 174, 365-371
  101. Kupolati, MD., MacIntyre, UE. & Gericke GJ. (2014). School-based nutrition education: features and challenges for success. Nutrition and Food Science, 44(6).
  102. Leask R, Van Wyk JA, Thompson PN, Bath GF (2013) The effect of application of the FAMACHA© system on selected production parameters in sheep. Small Ruminant Research 110:1-8
  103. Lindsey, P.A., Balme, G., Becker, M., Begg, C., Bento, C., Bocchino, C., Dickman, A., Diggle, R.W., Eves, H., Henschel, P., Lewis, D., Marnewick, K., Mattheus, J., Weldon McNutt, J., McRobb, R., Midlane, N., Milanzi, J., Morley, R., Murphree, M., Opyene, V., Phadima, J., Purchase, G., Rentsch, D., Roche, C., Shaw, J., Westhuizen, H.V.D., Vliet, N.V., Zisadza-Gandiwa, P., 2013. The bushmeat trade in African savannas: Impacts, drivers, and possible solutions. Biological Conservation, 160: 80-96.
  104. Links, M.R., Taylor, J., Kruger, M.C. and Taylor J.R.N. 2015. Sorghum condensed tannins encapsulated in kafirin microparticles as a nutraceutical for inhibition of amylases during digestion to attenuate hyperglycaemia. J. Functional Foods 12:55- 63.
  105. Links, M.R., Taylor, J., Kruger, M.C., Naidoo, V. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2016.Kafirin microparticle encapsulated sorghum condensed tannins exhibit potential as an anti-hyperglycaemic agent in a small animal model Journal of Functional Foods 20: 394-399.
  106. Louw, P.J. & Korsten, L. 2014. Pathogenic Penicillium spp. on apples and pears. Plant Disease 98 (5): 590-598.
  107. Louw, J.P. & Korsten, L. 2014. Pathogenic Penicillium spp. on citrus. Plant Disease, 99 (1), 21 - 30.
  108. Maas, M., Michel, A.L., Rutten, V.P.M.G., 2012. Facts and dilemmas in diagnosis of tuberculosis in wildlife. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Volume 36, Issue 3, Pages 211-342.
  109. Mahlo, S.M., McGaw, L.J., Eloff, J.N. 2013. Antifungal activity and cytotoxicity of isolated compounds from leaves of Breonadia salicina. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 148, 909-913.
  110. Masevhe, N.A., Awouafack, M.D., Ahmed, A.S., McGaw, L.J., Eloff, J.N. 2013. Clerodendrumic acid, a new triterpenoid from Clerodendrum glabrum (Verbenaceae) and antimicrobial activity of fractions and constituents. Helvetica Chimica Acta: 96 (9): 1693 – 1703. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hlca.v96.9/issuetoc.
  111. Mawela, K.V., Kfir, R., Kruger, K., 2013. Effect of temperature and host species on parasitism, development time and sex ratio of the egg parasitoid Trichogrammatoidea lutea Girault (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae).             Biological Control, 64(3): 211-216.
  112. McCrindle, C.M.E., Siegmund-Schultze, M., Heeb, A.W., Zarate, A.V., Ramrajh, S., 2013. Improving food security and safety through use of edible by-products from wild game. Environment, Development and Sustainability 15:1245 – 1257.
  113. Métras R, Baguelin M, Edmunds WJ, Thompson PN, Kemp A, Pfeiffer DU, Collins LM, White RG (2013) Transmission potential of Rift Valley fever virus over the course of the 2010 epidemic in South Africa. Emerging Infectious Diseases 19:916-924
  114. Métras R, Porphyre T, Pfeiffer DU, Kemp A, Thompson PN, Collins LM, White RG (2012) Exploratory space-time analyses of Rift Valley fever in South Africa in 2008-2011. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6:e1808
  115. Meyer, L., Jacobs, R., Kotze, J.M., Truter, M. & Korsten, L., 2012. Detection and molecular identification protocols for Phyl/osticta citricarpa from citrus matter. South African Journal of Science, 108 (3-4), art. no. 602.
  116. Mills, CE., Coetzee, N., Nortjé, E., Kleynhans, M., Ferreira, R., Fraser, WJ. & Du Toit, P Muoki, P, Kinnear, M., Emmambux, M. N. and DeKock, H.L. (2015). Effect of soy flour addition on sensory quality of extrusion and conventionally cooked cassava complementary porridges. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture  15;95(4):730-8. doi: 10.1002/jsfa.6820. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25042021
  117. Modika,K.Y., Frylinck, L., Moloto, K.W., Strydom, P.E., Heinze, P.H., & Webb, E.C., (2015). Visual evaluation of beef tenderness by using surface structural observations and its relationship to meat colour, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 45(3): 255-262.
  118. Mojisola D. Kupolati, Gerda J. Gericke, Una E. MacIntyre, Ronel Ferreira, William Fraser & Peet Du Toit (2016): Nutrition Education Practices of Primary School Teachers in a Resource-Constrained Community in Gauteng, South Africa, Ecology of Food and Nutrition,DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2016.1161615
  119. Mokoka, T.A., McGaw, L.J., Mdee, L.K., Bagla, V.P., Iwalewa, E.O., Eloff, J.N. 2013. Antimicrobial activity and cytotoxicity of triterpenes isolated from leaves of Maytenus undata (Celastraceae). BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 13, 111.
  120. Mukandiwa L., McGaw L.J., Eloff J.N., Naidoo V. 2012. Extracts of four plant species used traditionally to treat myiasis, influence pupation rate, pupal mass and adult blowfly emergence of Lucilia cuprina and Chrysomya marginalis (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 143, 812-818.
  121. Muller, L., Krüger, K. & Kfir, R. (2014) First report of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi Haliday (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Aphidiinae) from South Africa. African Entomology 22, 214-215
  122. Mummed, Y.Y. & Webb, E.C. (2014), Beef carcass quality and production in Ethiopia, African J. Agric. Res., 10(7): 623-630.
  123. Mummed, Y.Y. & Webb, E.C., (2014). Ethiopian beef carcass characteristics, African J. Agric. Sci., 9(51):3766-3775.
  124. Mummed, Y.Y. & Webb, E.C., (2015). Operation, facilities and management of public and private abattoirs in Ethiopia, African J. Agric. Res.10 (7): 623-630.
  125. Mummed, Y.Y & Webb, E.C., (2015). Carcass quality audit - A strategy to improve beef sector in Ethiopia, African J. Agric. Res., 10(28): 2731-2737.
  126. Murray, T.Y., Mans, J., Taylor, M.B., 2013. Human calicivirus diversity in wastewater in South Africa. Journal of Applied Microbiology 114(6):1843-53
  127. Murray, T.Y., Mans, J., van Zyl, W.B., Taylor, M.B., 2013. Application of a Competitive Internal Amplification Control for the Detection of Sapoviruses in Wastewater. Food and Environmental Virology, 5(1): 61-68.
  128. Nderitu, A. M., Dykes, L., Awika, J. M., Minnaar, A. and Duodu, K. G. (2013) Phenolic composition and inhibitory effect against oxidative DNA damage of cooked cowpeas as affected by simulated in vitro gastrointestinal digestion. Food Chemistry 141, 1763-1771.
  129. Ngadze, E., Brady, C.L., Coutinho, T.A., van der Waals, J.E., 2012. Pectinolytic bacteria associated with potato soft rot and blackleg in South Africa and Zimbabwe. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 134 (3), pp. 533-549.
  130. Nleya, K., Minnaar, A. & De Kock, H. L. 2013. Relating physico-chemical properties of frozen green peas (Pisum sativum L.) with sensory quality. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. doi: 10.1002/jsfa.6315
  131. Nyakabau. T, Wokadala, O and Emmambux MN. (2014). Effect of steeping additives on tef starch extraction and its quality. Starch/Stärke 2013: 65 738-746
  132. Nyembwe, P., Minnaar, A., Duodu, K.G. and de Kock, H.L. (2015) Sensory and physicochemical analyses of roasted marama beans [Tylosema esculentum (Burchell) A. Schreiber] with specific focus on compounds that may contribute to bitterness. Food Chemistry 178, 45-51.
  133. Ocloo, C.K., Minnaar, A., Emmambux, N.M. 2014 Effects of gamma irradiation and stearic acid, alone and in combination, on functional, structural, and molecular characteristics of high amylose maize starch. Starch/Stärke 66: 624–635
  134. Oguttu JW, Picard JA, Thompson PN (2012) Antimicrobial drug resistance among enterococci from broilers and poultry abattoir workers. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 11:2261-2267
  135. Olaokun O.O., McGaw, L.J., Eloff, J.N., Naidoo, V. 2013. Evaluation of the inhibition of carbohydrate hydrolysing enzymes, antioxidant activity and polyphenolic content of extracts of ten African Ficus species (Moraceae) used traditionally to treat diabetes. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 13, 94.
  136. Omoba, O.S., Taylor, J.R.N. and De Kock, H.L. 2015. Sensory and nutritive profiles of biscuits from whole grain sorghum and pearl millet plus soy flour with and without sourdough fermentation. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol. 50: 2554-2561.
  137. O’Neill, A, Webb, E.C., Frylinck, L & Strydom, P.E., (2012). Urinary catecholamine concentrations in three beef breeds at slaughter, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 42:5(1), 545-549.
  138. Patzer, 1.-M., Karzis, J., Lesosky, M., Watermeyer, J.C., Badenhorst, R., 2013. Host adapted intramammary infections in pregnant heifers which were co- housed and reared on fresh milk as calves. BMC Veterinary Research, 9, art. no. 49.
  139. Patzer, 1.-M., Karzis, J., van der Schans, T.J., Watermeyer, J.C., Mitchell- lnnes, N., Eloff, S., Fosgate, G.T., 2012. Comparing effects of freezing at -196 •c and -20 •con the viability of mastitis pathogens. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 79(1): 1-6.
  140. Pienaar NJ, Thompson PN (2013) Temporal and spatial history of Rift Valley fever in South Africa. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 80:1-13
  141. Prakash, V. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2012. Cereal food technologies- India and Africa trends and the need for collaborative and networking programmes. Qual. Assur. Safety Crop. Food. 4:134-135.
  142. Prenter, J., Weldon, C. W. and Taylor, P. W. 2013. Activity patterns of aging Queensland fruit flies. Physiological Entomology 35: 148-153
  143. Prenter, J., Weldon, C. W. and Taylor, P. W. 2013. Activity patterns of aging Queensland fruit flies. Physiological Entomology 35: 148-153
  144. Pretorius, B.; Schönfeldt, H.C. and Hall, N. 2016. Total and haem iron content of lean meat cuts and the contribution to the diet. Food Chemistry, 193 97–101.
  145. Rantlha M, Sagar T, Kruger MC, Coetzee M, Deepak V. Ellagic acid inhibits RANKL-induced osteoclast differentiation by suppressing p38 MAP kinase pathway.          Arch Pharm Res 2016 Jul 6. Epub 2016.
  146. Richards, M., De Kock, H. L., Duodu, K. G. and Buys, E. M. (2014) The effect of legume protease inhibitors on native milk and bacterial proteases. LWT – Food Science and Technology 57, 628-633.
  147. Sagar T, Ranthla M, Kruger M, Coetzee M, Deepak V. 2016. Ferulic acid impairs osteoclast fusion and exacerbates survival of mature osteoclasts. Cytotechnology;68:1963-1972. 
  148. Salawu, S. O., Bester, M. J. and Duodu, K. G. (2014) Phenolic composition and bioactive properties of cell wall preparations and whole grains of selected cereals and legumes. Journal of Food Biochemistry 38, 62-72.
  149. Scagliarini, A., Piovesana, S., Turrini, F., Savini, F., Sithole, F., McCrindle, C.M., 2012. Orf in South Africa: Endemic but neglected. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 79(1): 1-8.
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  151. Schönfeldt, H.C. &hHall, N.G. 2012. Dietary protein quality and malnutrition in Africa. British Journal of Nutrition 108, s69-s76.
  152. Schönfeldt, H.C. & Pretorius, B. 2013. Fish, chicken, lean meat or eggs can be eaten daily. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition 26 (3) 9Supplement): 566 – 576.
  153. Schönfeldt, H.C. and Hall, N. 2015. The nutrient content of South African red meat and the effect of age and production system. South African Journal of Animal Science, vol.45, no.3, p.313-324.
  154. Schönfeldt, H.C., Pretorius, B. & Hall, N. 2013. The impact of animal source food products on human nutrition and health. South African Journal of Animal Science, 41 (3): 394-412.
  155. SchonfeldtSchönfeldt, H.C.; Hall, N & Bester,M.2013. Relevance of food- based dietary guidelines to food security: A South African perspective. Nutrition Bulletin, 38 (2):226-235
  156. Schönfeldt,H.C& Hall, N.G. 2013. Capacity building in food composition for Africa. Food Chemistry 140: 513-519.
  157. Schönfeldt, H.C. and Hall, N. (2015) ‘The Nutrient Content of South African Red Meat and the Effect of Age and Production System’, South African Journal of Animal Science, 45(3), pp 313 - 324.
  158. Schröder, M.L. & Krüger, K. (2014). Preference of aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) for lucerne, maize, soybean, and wheat and their potential as prospective border crops for Potato virus Y management in seed potatoes. African Entomology 22, 144-155.
  159. Schröder, M.L. Glinwood, R., Ignell, R. & Krüger, K. (2014) Visual cues and host-plant preference of the bird cherry - oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi (Hemiptera: Aphididae). African Entomology 22, 428-436.
  160. Schröder, M.L. Glinwood, R., Ignell, R. & Krüger, K. (2015) Landing preference and reproduction of Rhopalosiphum padi (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in the laboratory on three maize, potato and wheat cultivars. Journal of Insect Science 15, 63; doi: 10.1093/jisesa/iev1048.
  161. Schröder, M.L., Glinwood, R., Ignell, R. & Krüger, K. (2015). Olfactory responses of Rhopalosiphum padi (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to three maize, potato and wheat cultivars and the selection of prospective crop border plants. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 157, 241–253.
  162. Sellamuthu, P.S., Sivakumar, D., Soundy, P. & KarstenKorsten, L., 2013. Essential oil vapours suppress the development of anthracnose and enhance defence related and antioxidant enzyme activities in avocado fruit. Postharvest Biology and Technology 81: 66-72.
  163. Serem JC, Gaspar ARM, Taute H and Bester MJ (2012) Effect of gastrointestinal digestion on the antioxidant and antimicrobial activity of southern Africa honey. Polyphenol Communications 595-596, 2012 (Proceedings of the International Polyphenol Conference held in Florence, Italy)
  164. Serem, J.C. and Bester, M.J. (2012) Physicochemical properties, antioxidant activity and cellular protective effects of honeys from Southern Africa. Food Chemistry 133, 1544-1550
  165. Shelembe, J. S., Cromarty, D., Bester, M. J., Minnaar, A. and Duodu, K. G. (2014) Effect of acidic condition on phenolic composition and antioxidant potential of aqueous extracts from sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) bran. Journal of Food Biochemistry 38, 110-118.]
  166. Shelembe, J.S. Cromarty, D. Bester, M.J. Minnaar, A. & Duodu, K.G. 2012. Characterisation of phenolic acids, flavonoids, proanthocyanidins and antioxidant activity of water extracts from seed coats of marama bean (Tylosema esculentum] - an underutilised food legume. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 47, 648-655.
  167. Shelembe, J.S., Cromarty, D., Bester, M., Minnaar, A., Duodu, K.G., 2012. Characterization of phenolic compounds in aqueous extracts from seed coats of marama bean (Tylosema esculentum) South African Journal of Botany 79, 212-212.
  168. Shoko, T., Apostolides, Z., Monjerezi, M. & Saka, J.D.K., 2013. Volatile constituents of fruit pulp of Strychnos cocculoides (Baker) growing in Malawi using solid phase microextraction. South African Journal of Botany, 84: 11-12.
  169. Sholtz, M.; Schönfeldt, H.C. &SCHUTTESchutte, G.M. 2014. Research and development on climate change and greenhouse gasses in support of a vibrant livestock industry. South African Journal of Animal Science. South African Journal of Animal Science, 44 (5) (Supplement 1):s1-s7
  170. Sly, A.C., Taylor, J. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2014.Improvement of zein dough characteristics using dilute organic acids. J. Cereal Sci. 60:157-163.
  171. Standing, TA, du Plessis, E, Duvenage S and Korsten L. 2013. Internalisation potential of Escherichia coli O157:H7, Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella enterica subsp. Enterica serovar Typhimurium and Staphylococcus aureus in lettuce seedlings and mature plants Published in Journal of Water and Health, Volume 11.2, page 210-223.
  172. Strydom, P.E., Frylinck, L., Van Heerden, S.M., Hope-Jones, M., Hugo, A., Webb, E.C., Moholisa, E., Liebenberg, B.E. & Sehoole, O.C., (2015). Sources of variation in quality of South African beef: Case studies in relation to the red meat classification system, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 45(3): 289-301.
  173. Taylor, J. R. N., Belton, P. S., Beta, T. and Duodu, K.G. (2014) Review: Increasing the utilization of sorghum, millets and pseudocereals: Developments in the science of their phenolic phytochemicals, biofortification and protein functionality. Journal of Cereal Science 59, 257-275.
  174. Taylor, J., Anyango, A.O. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2013.Developments in the science of zein, kafirin and gluten protein bio-plastic materials. Cereal Chem. 90: 344-357. (invited review)
  175. Taylor, J., Anyango, J.O., Potgieter, M., Kallmeyer, K., Naidoo, V., Pepper, M.S. and Taylor, J.R.N. 2015. Biocompatibility and biodegradation of protein microparticle and film scaffolds made from kafirin (sorghum prolamin protein) subcutaneously implanted in rodent models. J. Biomed. Mat. Res. Pt A 103: 2582– 2590.
  176. Taylor, J.R.N. and Duodu, K.G. 2015. Effects of processing sorghum and millets on their phenolic phytochemicals and the implications of this to the health- enhancing properties of sorghum and millet food and beverage products. J. Sci. Food Agric. 95, 225-237,
  177. Taylor, J.R.N., Dlamini, B.C. and Kruger, J. 2013. 125th Anniversary Review: The science of the tropical cereals sorghum, maize and rice in relation to lager beerbrewing (invited review). J. Inst. Brew. 119:1-14.
  178. Taylor, J.R.N., Emmambux, M.N. and Kruger, J. 2014. Developments in modulating glycaemic response in starchy cereal foods. Starch/Staerke 66:1-11.
  179. Taylor, J.R.N, Johnson, S.K., Taylor, J., Njila, S., Jackaman, C., 2016. Oxidation of commercial (α-type) zein with hydrogen peroxide improves its hydration and dramatically increases dough extensibility even below its glass transition temperature. Journal of Cereal Science 70, 108-115.
  180. Taylor, J.R.N., Taylor, J., Campanella, O.H. and Hamaker, B.R. 2016. Functionality of the storage proteins in gluten-free cereals and pseudocereals in dough systems.. J Cereal Sci. 67:22-34.
  181. Taylor, J., Taylor, J.R.N. and Kini, F. 2012. Cereal biofortification: Strategies, challenges and benefits. Cereal Foods World 57: 165-169.
  182. Teklehaimanot, W. H., Duodu, K.G. and Emmambux, M. N. (2013) Maize and teff starches modified with stearic acid as potential fat replacer in low calorie mayonnaise-type emulsions. Starch/Stärke 65, 773-781.
  183. Teklehaimanot, W.H., Taylor, J.R.N. and Emmambux, M.N. 2016. Formation and properties of aqueous compatible colloidal blends between pre-gelatinized maize starch and zein. Journal of Cereal Science 68, 74-81.
  184. Theron, A., Prudent, R., Nolte, E., van den Bout, I., Punchoo, R., Marais, S., du Toit, P.J., Hlophe, Y., van Papendorp, D and Joubert, A.M. 2015. Novel in silico- designed estradiol analogues are cytotoxic to a multidrug-resistant cell line at nanomolar concentrations. Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology, 75: 431-437. DOI 10.1007/s00280-014-2653-z.
  185. Tshabalala, P.A., de Kock, H.L. & Buys, E.M., 2012. Survival of Escherichia co/i0157:H7 co- cultured with different levels of Pseudomonas fluorescens and Lactobacillus plan/arum on fresh beef. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, 43(4): 1406-1413.
  186. Uaciquete, A., Korsten, L. & Van der Waals, J.E., 2013. Epidemiology of cashew anthracnose (Col/elo/richum gloeosporioides Penz.)in Mozambique. Crop Protection 49: 66- 72..
  187. Uaciquete, A., Korsten, L. & Vander Waals, J.E., 2013. A search for anthracnose resistant cashew cultivars in Mozambique. Crop Protection 50: 6-11.
  188. Van  Breda,  S.V.,  van  der  Merwe,  C.F.,  Robbertse,  H.  & Apostolides, Z.,  2013. Immunohistochemical localization of caffeine in young Camellia sinensis (L.) 0. Kuntze (tea) leaves. Plan/a, 237(3): 849-858.
  189. Van der Merwe, V., Collignon, S. & Korsten, L., 2013. Comparison of biofilm formation and water quality when water from different sources was stored in large commercial water storage tanks. Journal of water and Health 11 (1): 30 – 40.
  190. Van der Waals, J.E., Kruger, K., Franke, A.C., Haverkorl, A.J., Sleyn, J.M., 2013. Climate Change and Potato Production in Contrasting South African Agro- Ecosyslems 3. Effects on Relative Development Rates of Selected Pathogens and Pests. Potato Research (2013) 56:67–84. DOI 10.1007/s11540-013-9231-3
  191. van Dyk, B.N., de Bruin, W., du Plessis, E.M. & Korsten, L., 2015. Microbiological Food Safety Status of Commercially Produced Tomatoes from Production to Marketing. Submitted to Journal of Food Protection on 14 July 2015. Manuscript ID: JFP-15-300. (Journal Impact factor 2014 = 1.849)Accepted October 2015
  192. Van Eeden, M. & Korsten, L. 2013. Adaptation of Biological Disease Control Programs for the Avocado Industry in South Africa. Crop Protection 50: 6-11.
  193. Van Eeden, M. & Korsten, L., 2013. Alternative Disease Assessment Method for Cercospora Spol (Pseudocercospora purpurea (Cooke) Deighton) of Avocado (Persea americana Mill.). Current Biotechnology 2, 106-113
  194. Van Marle-Koster, E & Webb, E.C., (2014). A perspective on the impact of reproductive technologies on food production in Africa, Advances in Exp. Med. & Biol., 752, 199-211.
  195. Van Niekerk, C., Schönfeldt, H.C., Hall, N. and Pretorius, B. (2016) ‘The reliability of dry matter, specific gravity, starch and glycaemic index to classify potatoes’, International Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Research, 2(5), pp1420-1437.
  196. Van Niekerk, C., Schönfeldt, H.C., Hall, N. and Pretorius, B. (2016) ‘The role of biodiversitiy in food security and nutrition: A potato cultivar case study’, Food and Nutrition Security, 7(5), pp 371-382.
  197. Vermeulen, H., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. (2015) ‘A Consumer Perspective on the South African Red Meat Classification System’, South African Journal of Animal Science, 45(3), pp 339 – 354.
  198. Vilakati, N., MacIntyre, U., Oelofse, A. and Taylor J.R.N. 2015. Influence of micronization (infrared treatment) on the protein and functional quality of a ready-to- eat sorghum-cowpea African porridge for young child-feeding. LWT Food Science and Technology 63:1191-1198.
  199. Vilakati, N., Taylor, J.R.N., MacIntyre, U., and Kruger, J. 2016. Effects of processing and addition of a cowpea leaf relish on the iron and zinc nutritive value of a ready-to-eat sorghum-cowpea porridge aimed at young children. LWT-Food Science and Technology 73:467-472.
  200. Visagie A, Kasonga A, Deepak V, Moosa S, Marais S, Kruger MC, Coetzee M. 2015. Commercial honeybush (Cyclopia spp.) tea extract inhibits osteoclast formation and bone resorption in RAW264.7 murine macrophages – An in vitro study. Int J Environ Res Public Health;12:13779-13793.
  201. Webb, E.C., (2015). A critical review of the South African carcass classification systems, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 45(3): 229-233.
  202. Webb, E.C. 2013. The ethics of meat production and quality - a South African perspective, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 43(5)1:S2-S10.
  203. Webb, E.C. (2014). Goat meat production and quality, Animal Frontiers, 4(4) 33-37.
  204. Webb, E.C. & Erasmus, L.J., (2013). The effect of production system and management practices on the quality of meat products from ruminant livestock, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 43(3):413-423.
  205. Webb, EC & Agbeniga, B. (2014). Influence of electrical stimulation on carcass and meat quality of Kosher and conventionally slaughtered cattle, S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 44(5)1, 58-63.
  206. Webb, E.C. & Agbeniga, B. (2015). Effects of Kosher and conventional slaughter techniques on carcass and meat quality of South African feedlot cattle, Meat Sci, (Submitted)
  207. Wenhold, F., Macintyre, U., Rheeder, P., 2012. Screening for dietary fat intake of grade six children: Self-assessment vs. maternal assessment.           Maternal and Child Nutrition Volume 10, Issue 4, pages 630–641.
  208. Wokadala ,OC , Nyakabau, T, Hall AN and Emmambux, MN. Effect of steeping additives on teff starch structure and pasting properties.  Microscopy Society  of  Southern  Africa- Proceedings 2012: 42 8.
  209. Wokadala OC, Emmambux, N.M. and Ray, S.S. 2014. Inducing PLA/starch compatibility through butyl-etherification of waxy and high amylose starch. Carbohydrate Polymers 112, 4 November, Pages 216–224.

 

Patents:

 

Patent Cooperation Treaty Application 2010. WO 2010/041203 A1 Process for Producing Protein Microparticles, University of Pretoria, inventors J. Taylor and J.R.N. Taylor.

Now granted or at the National Phase in 8 countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, India, South Africa and the United States.

 

 

 

Books

 

  1. Bramley C and Bienabe E. (eds. 2013). "Developing Geographical indications in the South: The Southern African Experience'.. The book will be published by Springer Publications
  2. Mahgoub, O., Kadim, I.T. & Webb, E.C., (2012).Goat meat production and quality, Mahgoub, O., Kadim, I.T. & Webb, E.C. (eds). CAB International, ISBN: 978 1 84593 849 9.
  3. Schönfeldt, H.C & Hall, N. 2012.Red meat in Nutrition and Health - Communicating the current science about red meat as part of a healthy South African diet.University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. ISBN: 978-1-86854-992-4.

 

Book Chapters

 

  1. Bramley C and Bienabe E. (2013). Guidelines for selecting Gl products. To be included in "Developing Geographical indications in the South: The Southern African Experience' ". Springer.
  2. Bramley C. Bienabe, E and Kirsten J. (2013). Why consider Gls in the "South"? To be included in "Developing Geographical indications in the South: The Southern African Experience'". Springer.
  3. Bramley, C, Marie-Vivien,D and Bienabe E. (2013). Designing an appropriate legal framework and governance system for Gl development in Southern countries: reflections based on the Southern African context. To be included in "Developing Geographical indications in the South: The Southern African Experience' ". Springer.
  4. Coetzee, N. (2013). Ethical perspectives in assessment. In S. Laher & K. Cockcroft (Eds.) Psychological Assessment in South Africa: Research and Applications (pp. 409-423). Johannesburg: Wits University Press.
  5. Covic, N. and Hendriks, SL (2016). Introduction: The Road to Healthier Diets and Optimal Nutrition. In: Covic, N. and Hendriks, SL. (eds.). The Road to Healthier Diets and Optimal Nutrition. Regional Strategic Agriculture Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS) Annual Trends Report. IFPRI, Washington DC.  http://www.resakss.org/sites/default/files/pdfs/ReSAKSS_AW_ATOR_2015_final.pdf. Page 1 – 5.
  6. Duodu, K.G. and Taylor J.R.N. 2012. Quality of breads made with non-wheat flours .. In "Breadmaking: Improving Quality" (S. Cauvain, ed), Woodhead Publishing, Abington, UK , pp. 754-782.
  7. Emmambux, M.N. and Taylor, J.R.N. (2016). Starch: Nutritional aspects. In: “Carbohydrates in Foods, 3nd Ed. (A-C Eliasson, ed.), Taylor and Francis. (in press)
  8. Ferreira, R., Botha, K., Fraser, W. & Du Toit, P.J. (2015). Addressing Food and Nutrition-Related Needs in Poor Communities: Example of An Interdisciplinary School-Based Health Promotion Intervention in Social and Institutional Innovations for Achieving Sustainable Food Security in Eastern and Southern Africa. In: Workneh Negatu  and Herman Musahara (eds). Innovations in Achieving Sustainable Food Security in Eastern and Southern Africa. OSSREA (Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa), Addis Ababa.  http://www.ossrea.net/publications/images/intro-innovations-in-food-security.pdf
  9. Hendriks SL and McIntyre A (2014). Between Markets and Masses: Food Assistance and Food Banks in South Africa. In: First World Hunger Revisited. Graham Riches and Tina Silvasti. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire. P 117 – 130.
  10. Hendriks, SL and Covic, N. (2016). Summary and Policy Recommendations: The Road to Healthier Diets and Optimal Nutrition. In: Covic, N. and Hendriks, SL. (eds.). The Road to Healthier Diets and Optimal Nutrition. Regional Strategic Agriculture Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS) Annual Trends Report. IFPRI, Washington DC.  http://www.resakss.org/sites/default/files/pdfs/ReSAKSS_AW_ATOR_2015_final.pdf. Page 179 - 184.
  11. Kirsten J, Bramley C and Bienabe E. (2013). Collective action dynamics in establishing and maintaining product reputation. To be included in "Developing Geographical indications in the South: The Southern African Experience' Springer.
  12. Kirsten, JF, Bramley C and Bienabe E. (2013). Private versus public quality schemes: insights from the Karakul and Camdeboo industries. To be included in "Developing Geographical indications in the South: The Southern African Experience'. Springer.
  13. Korsten, L. & Taverner, P. Chapter 4. Citrus. Crop Post-Harvest: Science and Technology. Edited by D. Rees, G. Farrell and J. Orchard. Blackwell Publishing. In Press.
  14. Korsten, L. 2013. Assessing the Safety of Water Used in the Production and Processing of Fresh and Minimally Processed Produce. ILSI Publication. Chapter 3: The Behaviour of Microbial Hazards in the Production-Processing Environment
  15. Kruger MC, Coetzee M. Ch. 13: Prebiotics, Probiotics, Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, and Bone Health. In: Nutritional Influences on Bone Health. P Burckhardt et al. (eds) DOI10.1007/978- 1-4471-2769-7_13. Springer-Verlag London 2013. P133-145.
  16. Mahgoub, O., Kadim, I.T. & Webb, E.C., (2012). Tissue distribution in the goat carcass, Mahgoub, O., Kadim, I.T. & Webb, E.C. (eds). CAB International, pp.231- 249. ISBN: 978 1 84593 849 9.
  17. McMillin, KW, Webb, EC, Donkin, EF & Pinkerton, F. (2012). Goat meat production systems, CABI, Mahgoub, O., Kadim, I.T. & Webb, E.C. (eds). CAB International, pp.15-32. ISBN: 978 1 84593 849 9.
  18. Minnaar, A., Taylor, J.R.N., Haggblade, S., Kabasa, J.D., and Ojijo, N.K.O.Food science and technology curricula in Africa: Meeting Africa’s new challenges. In: XVI IUFoST World Congress: Global Food Security and Wellness (Barbosa G., Rodriguez-Amaya, C.D., Pastore, G., Da Silva Lannes, S.C., Yada, R. Ronenthal, A., and Buckle, K., eds.), Springer (in press).
  19. Schönfeldt H.C., Pretorius B. & Hall, N. 2013. Chapter: Focusing on South Africa's Public Health Economics. In : Wolhuter, C.C. (ed). South Africa in Focus: Economic, Political and Social Issues. Nova Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-62618-582-1
  20. Schönfeldt, H.C. & Hall, N. 2013. Chapter: The Quality of Dietary Protein in Africa. In: Meat Consumption and Health. Nova Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-62257-898-6
  21. Schönfeldt H.C., Pretorius B., Hall N.. (2016) Bioavailability of Nutrients. In: Caballero, B., Finglas, P., and Toldrá, F. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Food and Health vol. 1, pp. 401-406. Oxford: Academic Press.
  22. Sivakumar D. & Korsten, L. 2013. An overview on litchi fruit quality and alternative postharvest treatments based on modified atmosphere packaging to replace sulfur dioxide fumigation for small scale litchi growers.
  23. Webb, EC, Simela, L & Casey, NH. (2012). Growth, development and growth manipulation in goats, Mahgoub, O., Kadim, I.T. & Webb, E.C. (eds). CAB International, pp.196-208. ISBN: 978 1 84593 84
  24.  Taylor J.R.N., (2016) Fermentation: Foods and Nonalcoholic Beverages. In: Wrigley, C., Corke, H., and Seetharaman, K., Faubion, J., (eds.) Encyclopedia of Food Grains, 2nd Edition, pp. 183-192 Oxford: Academic Press.
  25. Taylor J.R.N., (2016) Grain Production and Consumption: Africa. In: Wrigley, C., Corke, H., and Seetharaman, K., Faubion, J., (eds.) Encyclopedia of Food Grains, 2nd Edition, pp. 359-366 Oxford: Academic Press.
  26. Taylor, J.R.N. and Duodu, K.G. Applications for non-wheat testing methods.  In “The ICC Book of Cereals , Flour and Dough Testing”, 2nd Ed (S. Cauvain, ed.), DEStech Publications, Lancaster, PA (in press)
  27. Taylor, J.R.N. and Duodu, K.G. Sorghum and millets: Assessing and managing quality. In: Cereal Grains: Assessing and Managing Quality, 2nd edition (C. Wrigley, F. Bekes, I. Batey and D. Miskelly eds.), Woodhead-Elsevier (accepted)
  28. Taylor J.R.N., and Kruger J. (2016) Millets. In: ‘The Encyclopedia of Food and Health vol. 3’ (B. Caballero, P. Finglas, and F. Toldrá, eds.). Academic Press, Oxford, pp. 748-757.
  29. Taylor, J.R.N. and Taylor J. 2017. Proteins from sorghum and millets. In: Sustainable Protein Sources (S. Nadathur, J.P.D. Wanasundara and L. Scanlin, eds), Academic Press, San Diego, CA, pp. 79-104.

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