Kate LeCocq

NameKate LeCocq
Job titlePost Doctoral Research Scientist - Microbiology
Email addresskate.lecocq@rothamsted.ac.uk
DepartmentSustainable Agriculture Sciences North Wyke
Research clusterSAS-NW: Grazing Livestock Systems
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-0127-5546
Preferred citationLe Cocq, K.
OfficeNorth Wyke

Research outputs

The stable oxygen isotope ratio of resin extractable phosphate derived from fresh cattle faeces

Granger, S. J., Yang, Y., Pfahler, V., Hodgson, C., Smith, A. C., Le Cocq, K., Collins, A. L., Blackwell, M. S. A. and Howden, N. K. J. 2018. The stable oxygen isotope ratio of resin extractable phosphate derived from fresh cattle faeces. Rapid Communications In Mass Spectrometry. 32, pp. 703-710.

Exploitation of endophytes for sustainable agricultural intensification

Le Cocq, K., Gurr, S. J., Hirsch, P. R. and Mauchline, T. H. 2017. Exploitation of endophytes for sustainable agricultural intensification. Molecular Plant Pathology. 18 (3), pp. 469-473.

Transcriptional reprogramming underpins enhanced plant growth promotion by the biocontrol fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12 during antagonistic interactions with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in soil

Shaw, S., Le Cocq, K., Paszkiewicz, K., Moore, K., Winsbury, R., Zabala, M. D. T., Studholme, D. J., Salmon, D., Thornton, C. R. and Grant, M. R. 2016. Transcriptional reprogramming underpins enhanced plant growth promotion by the biocontrol fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12 during antagonistic interactions with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in soil. Molecular Plant Pathology. 17 (9), pp. 1425-1441.

Identifying risk factors for exposure to culturable allergenic moulds in energy efficient homes by using highly specific monoclonal antibodies

Sharpe, R. A., Le Cocq, K., Nikolaou, V., Osborne, N. J. and Thornton, C. R. 2016. Identifying risk factors for exposure to culturable allergenic moulds in energy efficient homes by using highly specific monoclonal antibodies. Environmental Research. 144, pp. 32-42.

The free-living rhizosphere fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12 enhances clover productivity in clover-ryegrass mixtures

Alcantara, C., Thornton, C. R., Perez-de-Luque, A., Le Cocq, K., Pedraza, V. and Murray, P. J. 2016. The free-living rhizosphere fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12 enhances clover productivity in clover-ryegrass mixtures. Plant and Soil. 398 (1-2), pp. 165-180.

Investigating the beneficial traits of Trichoderma hamatum GD12 for sustainable agriculture - insights from genomics

Studholme, D. J., Harris, B., Le Cocq, K., Winsbury, R., Perera, V., Ryder, L., Ward, J. L., Beale, M. H., Thornton, C. R. and Grant, M. 2013. Investigating the beneficial traits of Trichoderma hamatum GD12 for sustainable agriculture - insights from genomics. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4, p. 258 (13pp).

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