Items where SHU Author is "Fairclough, Andrew"
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HALL, Anna, FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew, MAHADEVAN, Kritika and PAXMAN, Jenny (2012). Ascophyllum nodosum enriched bread reduces subsequent energy intake with no effect on post-prandial glucose and cholesterol in healthy, overweight males. A pilot study. Appetite, 58 (1), 379-386.
FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew, CLIFFE, Dawn and KNAPPER, Sarah (2011). Factors affecting penicillium roquefortii (penicillium glaucum) in internally mould ripened cheeses: implications for pre-packed blue cheeses. International Journal Of Food Science & Technology, 46 (8), 1586-1590.
HALL, Anna, FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew, MAHADEVAN, Kritika and PAXMAN, Jenny (2010). Seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum) enriched bread is acceptable to consumers. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 69 (OCE5), E352.
FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew, LOXLEY, Peter, JOHNSON, Dennis and MILLS, John (1985). An improved fungal mounting technique for Nomarski microscopy. Journal of Biological Education, 19 (3), 182-183.
BROWNLEE, Iain, FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew, HALL, Anna and PAXMAN, Jenny (2012). The potential health benefits of seaweed and seaweed extract. In: POMIN, Vitor H., (ed.) Seaweed : ecology, nutrient composition and medicinal uses. Marine Biology : Earth Sciences in the 21st Century . Hauppauge, New York, Nova Science Publishers , 119-136.
BROWNLEE, Iain, FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew, HALL, Anna and PAXMAN, Jenny (2011). Dietary seaweed and human health. In: Culinary Arts and Sciences VII:Global, National and Local Perspectives. Bournemouth University UK, Bournemouth University International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research, 82-88.
Conference or Workshop Item
FAIRCLOUGH, Andrew and MAHADEVAN, Kritika (2010). Wild Wrack (Ascophyllum nodosum) – A replacement for salt (as sodium chloride) in bread products. In: 2nd International Conference on Food Science and Technology, University of Chester, 22 - 24 March 2010. (Unpublished)