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Learning to love the world's most hated crop

Jackson, T. A., Crawford, J. W., Traeholt, C. and Sanders, T. A. B. 2019. Learning to love the world's most hated crop. Journal of Oil Palm Research. 31 (September), pp. 331-347.

High nitrogen rates do not increase canola yield and may affect soil bacterial functioning

Becker, F., MacLaren, C., Brink, C., Jabobs,K., le Roux, M. R. and Swanepoel, P. A. 2019. High nitrogen rates do not increase canola yield and may affect soil bacterial functioning. Agronomy Journal.

The overexpression of rice ACYL-CoA-BINDING PROTEIN2 increases grain size and bran oil content in transgenic rice

Guo, Z.-H., Haslam, R. P., Michaelson, L. V., Young, E. C., Lung, S. C., Napier, J. A. and Chye, M.L. 2019. The overexpression of rice ACYL-CoA-BINDING PROTEIN2 increases grain size and bran oil content in transgenic rice. The Plant Journal.

MIBiG 2.0: a repository for biosynthetic gene clusters of known function

Kautsar, S. A., Blin, K., Shaw, S., Navarro-Muñoz, J. C., Terlouw, B. R., van der Hooft, J. J. J., van Santen, J. A., Tracanna, V., Duran, H. G. S., Andreu, V. P., Selem-Mojica, N., Alanjary, M., Robinson, S. L., Lund, G., Epstein, S. C., Sisto, A. C., Charkoudian, L. K., Collemare, J., Linington, R. G., Weber, T. and Medema, M. H. 2019. MIBiG 2.0: a repository for biosynthetic gene clusters of known function. Nucleic Acids Research.

Bucking the trend: the diversity of Anthropocene ‘winners’ among British moths

Boyes, D. H., Fox, R., Shortall, C. R. and Whittaker, R. J. 2019. Bucking the trend: the diversity of Anthropocene ‘winners’ among British moths . Frontiers of Biogeography - FoB.