Lincoln University operates a number of internationally renowned research centres. These generally consist of a group of individual researchers and/or groups of research teams.

Research centres are primarily cross-divisional and may work in collaboration with external partners and attract researchers and postgraduate students. A management board, consisting of representatives from the major organisations or divisions involved, manages each centre.

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Recent Submissions

  • Endophytic fungi associated with cabbage in New Zealand and their potential for biological control 

    Kuchár, Michal (Lincoln University, 2019)
    Agricultural crops such as cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) are vulnerable to a plethora of pests and diseases. Endophytic fungi are increasingly used in biological control against these pests and diseases as ...
  • Biases in the metabarcoding of plant pathogens using rust fungi as a model system 

    Makiola, Andreas; Dickie, Ian; Holdaway, R. J.; Wood, J. R.; Orwin, Kate H.; Lee, C. K.; Glare, Travis (Wiley, 2019-07)
    Plant pathogens such as rust fungi (Pucciniales) are of global economic and ecological importance. This means there is a critical need to reliably and cost‐effectively detect, identify, and monitor these fungi at large ...
  • Characteristics of transformational adaptation in climate-land-society interactions 

    Warner, K.; Zommers, Z.; Wreford, Anita B.; Hurlbert, M.; Viner, D.; Scantlan, J.; Halsey, Kenna; Halsey, Kevin; Tamang, C. (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2019-01-11)
    Countries across the world aspire towards climate resilient sustainable development. The interacting processes of climate change, land change, and unprecedented social and technological change pose significant obstacles ...
  • Changes in composition and structure of water hyacinth based on various pretreatment methods 

    Rezania, S.; Alizadeh, Hossein; Cho, J.; Darajeh, N.; Park, J.; Hashemi, B.; Din, M. F. M.; Krishnan, S.; Yadav, K. K.; Gupta, N.; Kumar, S. (North Carolina State University, 2019-08)
    The deconstruction of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin has varying effects on lignocellulosic biomass. To understand and evaluate these effects it is important to conduct compositional and structural analyses. In this ...
  • Adaptation knowledge for New Zealand’s primary industries: Known, not known and needed 

    Cradock-Henry, N. A.; Flood, S.; Buelow, F.; Blackett, P.; Wreford, Anita B. (Elsevier: Creative Commons, 2019)
    Climate sensitive primary industries including pastoral farming, high-value horticulture and viticulture are central to Aotearoa-New Zealand’s economy. While advances have been made in understanding the impacts and ...

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