1. Update on research on Varroa jacobsoni at Rothamsted (part 2)
  2. Genetic engineering of crop plants for resistance to pests and diseases
  3. Occurrence of barley yellow dwarf viruses in some common grasses (Gramineae) in south west England
  4. Reproductive fitness and pathogenicity of selected Radopholus populations on two banana cultivars
  5. Analysis of cereal chromosomes by atomic force microscopy
  6. Molecular Techniques in the Assessment of Botanical Diversity
  7. A comparative study of the mitochondrial genome organization in in vitro cultures of diploid, tetraploid, and hexaploid Triticum species
  8. Microsatellite libraries enriched for several microsatellite sequences in plants
  9. Transport and deposition of cereal prolamins
  10. The structure and biogenesis of plant oil bodies: The role of the ER membrane and the oleosin class of proteins
  11. Comparison of the expression patterns of genes coding for wheat gluten proteins and proteins involved in the secretory pathway in developing caryopses of wheat
  12. Characterization of a sunflower seed albumin which associates with oil bodies
  13. Plants clean-up soils
  14. A. thaliana mRNA for cytochrome P450
  15. Pesticidal compounds (WO 96/21355)
  16. Pesticidal compounds (WO/9621354)
  17. Fungicidal compounds (Patent application GB9622065.2)
  18. N. racemosa mRNA for cytochrome P450, CYP71A6, partial
  19. H. vulgare mRNA for novel P-glycoprotein homologue
  20. Nepeta racemosa mRNA for cytochrome P450, CYP71A5
  21. The water hyacinth problem in Malawi and foreseen methods of control
  22. Microbial herbicides - factors in development
  23. Ideal bees?
  24. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in Floribunda rose (Rosa hybrida L.) cvs Trumpeter and Glad Tidings
  25. S. tuberosum mRNA for SNF1-related protein kinase (1175bp)
  26. S. tuberosum PKIN1 gene (353bp)
  27. S. tuberosum PKIN1 gene (1194bp)
  28. S. tuberosum PKIN1 gene (802bp)
  29. S. tuberosum PKIN1 gene (668bp)
  30. S. tuberosum PKIN1 gene (258bp)
  31. Serine/threonine-specific protein kinase (EC 2.7.1.-) BKIN2 - barley (fragment)
  32. H. vulgare mRNA for 17 kDa class I small heat shock protein
  33. Aetiology and control of black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) yellow mottle virus disease
  34. Agricultural options for mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions
  35. Towards developing an index of phosphorus mobility in agricultural soils
  36. Performance of Cydia pomonella , Argyresthia conjugella , Plutella xylostella and Archips podana attractant dispensers in Estonia
  37. The construction of efficient identification schemes for use in agriculture and biotechnology
  38. Respiration of wheat grain stored in different environments
  39. Formulation and application of Metarhizium anisopliae Metch (Deuteromycete) for the control of insect pests in oilseed rape
  40. Development of a monitoring trap for spring and summer pests of oilseed rape
  41. A monitoring system for the pea and bean weevil (Sitona lineatus )
  42. The suppression of mannitol induced pathogenesis-related protein accumulation in tobacco by antibiotics
  43. FAO sulphur network trials (Technical report MTF/INT/002/FIA)
  44. The use of harmonic radar to track insects flying at low altitude
  45. Immunological dissection of Pasteuria spp.
  46. A plant virus notebook for IBM-compatible computers
  47. Development and application of molecular methods for the study of Polymyxa betae
  48. Molecular studies of variation amongst isolates of Polymyxa graminis and Polymyxa betae
  49. The integration of nematophagous fungi in management strategies for root-knot nematodes
  50. Repellent and oviposition-deterring effects of hop beta-acids on the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae
  51. Molecular and biochemical diversity among isolates of Radopholus spp. from different areas of the world
  52. Effects of crop residue incorporation on gross nitrogen mineralisation rates in an arable soil
  53. Resistance to downy mildew and its interactions with white rust in rapeseed-mustard
  54. Genstat 5 Release 3.2 Command Language Manual
  55. The production of cyclopiazonic acid by Penicillium commune and cyclopiazonic acid and aflatoxins by Aspergillus flavus as affected by water activity and temperature on maize grains
  56. Size distribution of particles carrying bacteria and endotoxin in animal care facilites
  57. Characterisation of insensitive acetylcholinesterase in insecticide-resistant cotton aphids, Aphis gossypii Glover (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  58. Aspergillus flavus colonization and aflatoxin B1 formation in barley grain during interaction with other fungi
  59. The effect of plant age and infection with virus yellows on the survival of Myzus persicae on sugar beet
  60. Identification, separation and characterization of sugar phosphates important in the regulation of photosynthesis
  61. Inter-and intracellular compartmentation of metabolism related to 2-carboxy-D-arabinitol-1-phosphate
  62. Soil microbial biomass and mineralisation of soil organic matter after 19 years of cumulative field applications of pesticides
  63. Changes in the relationship between photosynthetic electron transport and carbon metabolism in transgenic tobacco with a reduced complement of phosphoribulokinase
  66. Antinutritional compounds in crops: glucosinolates and cyanogenic glycosides
  67. Colonization of barley grain by Penicillium verrucosum and ochratoxin A formation in the prescence of competing fungi
  68. Strand-specific RT-PCR detects replication of BaYMV and BaMMV in leaves and roots
  69. Characterisation of Polymyxa sp. associated with the transmission of indian peanut clump virus
  70. Influence of wheat and oat cultivars on the development of the cereal aphid parasitoid Aphidius rhopalosiphi and the generalist aphid parasitoid Ephedrus plagiator
  71. Ultrastructural studies of resting spore development in Polymyxa graminis
  72. Barley mild mosaic virus: deletions, duplications and transmission
  73. Effects of cultivar and sowing date on the incidence of barley mosaic viruses and on yield
  74. Information systems for long-term storage of data from experiments
  75. Phosphorus: essential plant nutrient, possible pollutant
  76. Expression of HMW glutenin genes in transgenic wheat and Tritordeum plants
  77. Are specific genes expressed or repressed during arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis, responsible for biocontrol of root pathogens?
  78. Induction, repression and derepression of defence-related genes in potato roots in response to an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus and a susceptible pathogen
  79. Oilseed rape oil yield and quality in relation to fungal disease
  80. Asthma episodes in Mexico City: an analysis of relationships between asthma, pollution, weather and aeroallergens
  81. A standardised physical fractionation protocol for soil organic matter (SOM)
  82. The effects of long-term land management on soil functional diversity
  83. Measuring nitrogen mineralization using 15N isotopic dilution
  84. Application of 15N labelled materials to soil research
  85. A standardised physical fractionation protocol of soil organic matter
  86. Comparison of methodologies to measure soil N status
  87. The effect of organic manures on N mineralisation
  88. The use of 15N isotopic dilution to study the processes regulating the production of nitrous oxide and uptake of methane from soils under different land uses
  89. A system for improved fertilizer recommendations for arable and horticultural crops
  90. Soil organic matter: something old, something new
  91. The GCTE SOMNET. A global network and database of soil organic matter models and long-term experimental dataset
  92. Development of an immunological approach to monitoring airborne inoculum of fungal pathogens
  93. LINK IFS - the challenge of weed control in an integrated farming system
  94. Analysis of the structures and functional properties of the HMW subunits of glutenin using protein engineering and expression in transgenic plants
  95. Modifying resistance to plant-pathogenic fungi
  96. Effects of depth of seed burial and soil aggregate size on seedling emergence of Alopecurus myosuroides, Gallium aparine, Stellaria media and wheat
  97. Biological indicators of filter performance. Confidential report for the Building Research Establishment
  98. Monitoring atmospheric allergenicity: an alternative to pollen and spore counting
  99. The systemic infection by tobacco mosaic virus of tobacco plants containing the N gene at temperatures below 28 C
  100. Splash dispersal of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides spores in wheat monocrop and wheat-clover bicrop canopies from simulated rain
  101. Cloning of genes associated with the colonization of tomato roots by the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae
  102. Book review: M. Prein, G. Hulata & D. Pauly. Multivariate methods in aquaculture research: case studies of Tilapias in experimental and commercial systems, 1993
  103. Designing experiments to examine competition effects between neighbouring plants in mixed populations
  104. Limousin national sire and dam summary
  105. Charolais national sire and dam summary
  106. Blonde d'Aquitane national sire and dam summary
  107. Aberdeen Angus national sire and dam summary
  108. RothC-26.3
  109. ROTHC-26.3: a model for the turnover of carbon in soil
  110. Sensitivity analysis for regional-scale transport modelling
  111. The GCTE Soil Organic Matter Network (SOMNET) metadata database
  112. Opportunities and limitations for C sequestration in European agricultural soils through changes in management
  113. Opportunities and limitations for C sequestration in European agricultural soils through changes in management
  114. Soil biota and global change at the ecosystem level: the role of soil biota in mathematical models
  115. Use of 15N dilution techniques to measure gross mineralisation in sandy soil
  116. Nitrogen transformations: are new concepts required?
  117. The fate of nitrogen from Brassica crop residues in intensive cropping rotations
  118. Quantification of nitrogen dynamics in ecological mixed farming systems
  119. Soil-plant nitrogen dynamics - what concepts are required?
  120. The influence of organic nitrogen mineralisation on the management of agricultural systems in the UK
  121. Is potentially available nitrogen, determined by anaerobic incubation, able to predict the availability of soil nitrogen for plant uptake? MPhil thesis, University of Lancaster
  122. Proximal controls over denitrification in a modified arable soil
  123. Assessment of slowly exchangeable potassium reserves in some African Ferrasols
  124. Sources of Helminthosporium solani inoculum during the potato crop cycle and its importance in contaminating healthy tubers
  125. Tuber health of Scottish seed potatoes
  126. Oilseed rape: disease development, forecasting and yield loss relationships. (Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report No. OS17)
  127. The place of autumn sown lupins in arable rotations in Northern Britain
  128. Variation in 15N natural abundance of soil, soil fractions and plant materials in lowland grasslands
  129. Elemental sulphur as a fertiliser for temperate crops. Confidential report commissioned by Hydro-Agri GmBH
  130. Nutrient demand and translocation processes of Miscanthus x giganteus
  131. Strategies to control volunteer cereals in cereal rotations
  132. Prediction of yield losses using relative leaf area models
  133. Weeds and oilseed rape
  134. Inter-site variability in crop-weed interference in winter wheat
  135. The LINK-IFS Project - the effect of crop rotations and cropping systems on Carabidae
  136. Resistance defeating insecticides - a major crop protection breakthrough
  137. The effect of botanical insecticides on the citrus mealybug (Plannococcus citri ) and its coccinellid predator (Cryptolaemus montrouziere )
  138. Insecticidal activity of acrovestone and synthesis of arylketone dimers
  139. Insecticidal sesquiterpene polyester alkaloids from Pleurostylia opposita
  140. Synthesis of novel insecticidal polycyclic diones from plants of the Myrtaceae family
  141. Synthesis and biological activity of non-ester pyrethroids fluorinated on the central region
  142. Naturally occurring resistance-defeating pesticides
  143. In pursuit of insecticidal compounds from plants
  144. Evaluation of imidacloprid against Bemisia tabaci . Annual report to Bayer A. G.
  145. Evaluation of buprofezin against Bemisia tabaci . Final report to Nihon Nohyaku Co., Ltd
  146. From monitoring to implementation: a stepwise approach to resistance management
  147. Laboratory and green-house studies of insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci Gennadius (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  148. Inhibition of pyrethroid resistance esterases by piperonyl butoxide in Australian Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  149. Analysis of sodium channel gene sequences in kdr and super-kdr houseflies (Musca domestica )
  150. Multiple sites of the amplified esterase genes that confer resistance to insecticides in Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Homoptera: Aphididae) revealed by fluorescence in situ hybridisation
  151. What do we know about the origin of amplified esterase genes in Myzus persicae ?
  152. New insights into insecticide mode of action and resistance using molecular genetic approaches
  153. The exploitation of pesticide resistance to study genetics and biochemistry
  154. Insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci - current status and implications for management
  155. Implications of insecticide resistance for interactions between pests, natural enemies and pesticides
  156. Impact of insecticide resistance in insect pests on interactions with natural enemies
  157. The costs of alternative methods of managing set-aside land within the European Community
  158. Preliminary studies of the impact of excreted N on cycling and uptake of N in pasture systems using natural abundance stable isotopic discrimination
  159. The effect of foliar supplements of potassium nitrate and urea on the yield of winter wheat
  160. Dispersal of Bromus sterilis and Anthriscus sylvestris seed within arable field margins
  161. Predicting the competitive effects of weeds on crop yields
  162. Prediction of the competitive effects of weeds on crop yields based on relative leaf areas of weeds
  163. The importance of seeds and sexual reproduction in the population biology of Cirsium arvense - a literature review
  164. Polymerase chain reaction-based identification of insecticide resistance genes and DNA methylation in the aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  165. Analysis of amplicons containing the esterase genes responsible for insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  166. Resolution of baseline responses and documentation of resistance to buprofezin in Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  167. Baseline determination and detection of resistance to imidacloprid in Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  168. Changing perspectives in plant nitrogen metabolism: the central role of glutamine synthetase
  169. The short term effect of nitrogen fertilizer application on the fluctuation of trace gases
  170. Analysis of the structures and functional properties of the HMW subunits of glutenin using protein engineering and expression in transgenic plants
  171. The use of biotechnology to develop new crops and modify the properties of traditional crops
  172. Woburn Ley-Arable
  173. Park Grass
  174. Hoosfield Continuous Barley
  175. Geescroft Wilderness
  176. Broadbalk Wheat Experiment
  177. Barley transformation via DNA uptake into scutellum protoplasts
  178. A polymorphism for phosphate uptake/arsenate tolerance in Holcus lanatus L.: is there a correlation with edaphic or environmental factors?
  179. Genetic exchange between field rhizobia mediated by plasmids and bacteriophage
  180. Studies on transformation of Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz). PhD thesis, University of Bristol
  181. Transformation of triticum species via particle bombardment of scutellum and infloresence cultures
  182. Protoplast transformation of barley suspension cells with a salt tolerance gene, HAL1; transformation and characterization of non-transformed lines
  183. Rhizobial genetic elements and the extent of genetic interactions in the field
  184. Global change and terrestrial ecosystems. Soil Organic Matter Network (SOMNET): 1996 model and experimental metadata. (Report no. 7, GCTE task 3.3.1)
  185. The GS2 isoform of glutamine synthetase is not always chloroplastic
  186. Structure function analysis of the plant H+ PPase using covalently binding inhibitors
  187. Analysis of plant urease accessory genes
  188. Flexibility of inward-currents in salt-adapted barley suspension culture cells
  189. Molecular tools for monitoring bacterial gene transfer in the field
  190. Adaptation des Stoffwechsels von Kartoffelpflanzen an ein Antisense-Inhibierung der Glycin-Decarboxylase
  191. Cytochrome P450 and herbicide selectivity
  192. Cercospora beticola toxins. Part XVII. The role of beticolin/Mg2+ complexes in their biological activity. Study of plasma membrane H+-ATPase, vacuolar H+-PPase, alkaline and acid phosphatases
  193. Regeneration of plants from protoplasts of Hordeum vulgare (Barley)
  194. Genetic basis of wheat roots colonisation by pseudomonads
  195. The role of compartmentation in the detoxification of xenobiotics by plant cells
  196. The glutathione-xenobiotic conjugate transporter of plant vacuoles
  197. Evolution of cell-specific gene expression in C4 plants and attempts to reduce photorespiration in C3 plants
  198. Evolution of C4 and C3-C4 intermediate photosynthesis in Flaveria and attempts to introduce C3-C4-like features into C3 plants by rDNA techniques
  199. Konnen wir Photorespiration verringern? Gentechnischer Angriff auf das Reassimilationspotential von Kartoffel und anderen C3-pflanzen
  200. Evolution von C4 Photosynthese und Zellspezifischer Genexpression in Flaveria
  201. Biosynthesis of 2-carboxy-D-arabinitol-1-phosphate and regulation of photosynthetic carbon metabolism
  202. Biosynthesis of CA1P
  203. On the mapping of QTL by regression of phenotype on marker-type
  204. An analysis of crown condition of Picea , Fagus and Abies in relation to environment in Switzerland
  205. Mapping heavy metals in polluted soil by disjunctive kriging
  206. Confidence intervals in QTL mapping by bootstrapping
  207. Marker-assisted introgression in backcross breeding programs
  208. Analysis of cereal variety trials
  209. Model building in animal breeding
  210. Agricultural experiments
  211. Analysis of repeated measurements in Genstat. Course held at the Waite Institute, Adelaide, 3 December 1996
  212. New design facilities to confound the unimportant and avoid unbalancing your neighbours
  213. The description of experimental designs in information systems.
  214. An extendable system for the selection, construction and analysis of generally balanced designs
  215. Book review: D. L. Hawksworth, ed., Prospects in systematics. The Systematics Association Special Volume 36, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988
  216. The role of tessellation methods in the analysis of three-dimensional spatial point patterns
  217. Using RAPD markers to assess genetic variation in an arable weed population of Cirsium arvense L. (Scop.)
  218. Investigation of bimodality in likelihoods and posterior densities
  219. The analysis of the NSW wheat variety database. II. Variance component estimation
  220. The analysis of the NSW wheat variety database. I. Modelling trial error variance
  221. Tiers, structure formulae and the analysis of complicated experiments
  222. 3-Methyl-alpha-himachalene: proposed structure for novel homosesquiterpene sex pheromone of Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae) from Jacobina, Brazil
  223. The fate of morphologically different populations of Arrhenatherum elatius transplanted into arable and semi-natural habitats
  224. Use of macropore leaching model (PLM) to understand movement of isoproturon to drains in clay soil at Brimstone Farm
  225. Degradation of the herbicide quinmerac in three soils under laboratory conditions
  226. Influence of chemical structure on sorption in soils
  227. Implications of "global climate change" for crops in Europe. Aspects of Applied Biology 45
  228. Honey bee viruses: a cause for concern? (Guest editorial)
  229. The conservation of bees (Linnean Society Symposium series 18)
  230. Long-term fluctuations in insect numbers
  231. Climate change and Lepidoptera - the times they are a changing
  232. Migration behaviour of root-knot nematodes in Arabidopsis thaliana and in other crops
  233. Adventitious shoot production on Arabidopsis roots induced by the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne hapla
  234. A comparison of the migratory behaviour in Arabidopsis roots of three Meloidogyne species
  235. Host preference behaviour of the aphid parasitoids Praon volucre and Praon myzophagum (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae)
  236. Parasitoid responses to semiochemicals - innate, conditioned or learnt?
  237. "Inchworm, inchworm, measuring the marigolds...": biometry in action
  238. Measures of spatial pattern and spatial association for counts of insects
  239. The SADIE system for spatial pattern analysis in ecology and biology
  240. The life cycle of Nacobbus aberrans (Thorne, 1935) Thorne & Allen, 1994
  241. Evidence, using genetic markers, of restricted gene flow (migration) within and between British populations of the damson-hop aphid Phorodon humuli Schrank (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  242. Characterisation of a cDNA clone coding for a molecule produced in the subventral gland cells of Globodera pallida
  243. Characterisation of a cDNA clone coding for a molecule produced in the subventral gland cells of Globodera pallida
  244. The impact of climate change on aphid population dynamics and phenology
  245. Parasitic nematode membrane proteins as antigenic targets
  246. A fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH) study on the nuclear rDNA arrays in Globodera pallida
  247. Giant cells in Arabidopsis thaliana roots expressing Meloidogyne surface associated molecules
  248. Observations on the activation and pathology of acute paralysis virus in the honey bee Apis mellifera
  249. Characterisation of two antigens from cereal cyst nematode secretions using monoclonal antibodies
  250. Engineering resistance against plant parasitic nematodes using anti-nematode genes
  251. The use of transgenic crops for the control of plant parasitic nematodes
  252. Transgenic plants with resistance to potato cyst nematodes
  253. Spatial analysis by distance indices - the next generation
  254. Chemical ecology of adult vine weevil
  255. Towards decision support for control of barley yellow dwarf vectors
  256. Modifying resistance to plant parasitic nematodes
  257. Reproduction of beneficial predators and parasitoids in agroecosystems in relation to habitat quality and food availability
  258. Characterisation of Pasteuria isolated from Heterodera cajani using morphology, pathology and serology of endospores
  259. A scientific note on the detection of American strains of acute paralysis virus and Kashmir bee virus in dead bees in one US honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colony
  260. Genomic diversity between Rhadopholus similis populations from around the world detected by RAPD-PCR analysis
  261. Resistance to molluscs
  262. Identification of Heterodera cysts by SOD isozyme electrophoresis profiles
  263. Pesticide exposure assessment for surface waters and groundwater using the decision-support tool MACRO_DB
  264. Effects of dimethoate on ground beetles in semi-field enclosures: a mark-recapture study
  265. Slugs as target or non-target organisms for environmental chemicals
  266. Physiochemical barriers as plant protectants against slugs (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)
  267. The control of slug damage using plant-derived repellents and antifeedants
  268. Effect of double cropping on the incidence of disease caused by Rhizoctonia solani in potatoes
  269. Information and indicators to give an overview of UK wildlife: final report to the Department of the Environment (DoE/ITE contract EPG 1/8/12)
  270. The importance of plant/nematode surface interactions in the infection of Arabidopsis thaliana by Meloidogyne incognita
  271. Effect of primary-host kairomones on the attractiveness of the hop-aphid sex pheromone to Phorodon humuli males and gynoparae
  272. The use of electrophysiological techniques to determine the response of Globodera rostochiensis males to fractions of their homospecific sex pheromone
  273. Genetic influences on aphid parasitoid host selection
  274. Host-induced dormancy in cyst nematodes
  275. The ecological physiology of entomopathogenic nematodes
  276. Selection of rhizobacteria for the control of Pythium ultimum and Aphanomyces cochlioides on sugar-beet seedlings
  277. The Institute farms in 1995 - Broom's Barn
  278. The effect of insecticide seed treatments on pests of sugar beet in Europe: results of the IIRB co-operative trials with pesticides added to pelleted seed in 1991, 1992 and 1993
  279. Comparison of SPOT and SAR estimates of canopy cover in sugar beet
  280. ERS-1 SAR data for sugar beet yield predictions
  281. The Broom's Barn plant clinic
  282. Growing sugar beet - into the next century
  283. Exploitation of molecular diagnostics for the detection of beet mild yellowing and beet western yellows luteovirus
  284. Prospects for genetically-engineered resistance to pests and diseases of sugar beet
  285. Visible near-infrared radiation parameters for sugar-beets
  286. Carbon flux in transgenic sugar beet
  287. The dynamics of experimental arable weed communities under different agricultural practices
  288. Plant age and resistance of sugar beet to aphids
  289. Topping level, sugar yield and root quality: a study for the National Farmers' Union 1995/96
  290. Serological and genomic variability of sugar beet-infecting beet mild yellowing luteovirus (BMYV) isolates and discrimination with another related luteovirus
  291. Effects of elevated carbon-dioxide concentration and temperature on the growth and competition between sugar beet (%Beta vulgaris ) and fat hen (Chenopodium album )
  292. Are European luteovirus isolates from oilseed rape and sugar beet similar or different viruses?
  293. Strategies for controlling aphids and virus yellows in sugar beet
  294. The caterpillar returns - a report of the epidemic of silver-Y moth caterpillars in sugar beet
  295. Effects of beet yellows virus and drought stress on the growth of Beta vulgaris L.
  296. Effects of drought stress and beet yellows virus on the growth and yield of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
  297. Stress mechanisms in sugar beet
  298. Soil-borne diseases of sugar beet
  299. Confidential report for season 1996 to IMPHOS/FSAG
  300. A foszfor szerepe a repa tapanyagellatasaban
  301. The micronutrient needs of sugar beet
  302. Desiccation survival of entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae)
  303. Using RAPD markers to identify genets of an arable grass weed, Arrhenatherum elatius ssp. bulbosum
  304. The potential of semiochemicals for control of Phorodon humuli (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  305. New strategies for the management of plant parasitic nematodes
  306. A fluorescent in situ hybridisation study on the nuclear rDNA arrays in Globodera pallida
  307. Barley scutellum protoplasts: isolation, culture and plant regeneration
  308. Modelling pesticide and nitrate leaching from cracked clay soils using the CRACK-NP model
  309. Moth diversity and long-term trends
  310. The Rothamsted Insect Survey - large scale surveillance of aphids and moths
  311. Putuktolmendajad kui tahtsaim loodusresurss bioloogilise mitme keisuse ja loodussaastliku pollukajanduse tagamisel
  312. Pathogenicity of Neozygites fresenii isolates from the Philippines and the United States
  313. Straw incorporation - rotational ploughing for grass weed control
  314. Anomalous immunological properties of a Schistosoma mansoni larval protease
  315. Temporal and spatial distribution of aphidophagous syrphids (Diptera: Syrphidae) in sown wild flower patches in a winter barley crop
  316. Low temperature interactions between aphids and their natural enemies
  317. Whole plant foraging behaviour of adult and larval C. septempunctata on E. neoaphidis infected aphids
  318. Implications of coccinellid foraging on aphid pathogen dynamics
  319. Interactions between ladybirds and entomopathogenic fungi
  320. Strategies involved in the location of hosts by the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi Halliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Aphidiinae)
  321. Dispersal of entomopathogenic fungi by manipulation of insect behaviour
  322. Harmonic radar: a new technique for investigating bumble bee and honey bee foraging flight
  323. Nectar and flower production in Vicia faba L. (field bean) at elevated carbon dioxide
  324. Okokemikaalid kasutamiseks eesti taimekaitses
  325. Ecochemicals as attraction for diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella ) and cabbage root fly (Delia floralis )
  326. Winter sowing of lupins: progress and prospects
  327. Dormancy and persistence of volunteer oilseed rape. Final report of MAFF research project AR0126 01/11/94-31/12/96
  328. Inheritance of photoperiodic response in the bird cherry aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi
  329. Microbiological hazards of waste disposal
  330. Identification and characterisation of novel nitrate-regulated genes from Arabidopsis
  331. Phosphorus movement in the silty clay loam soils of the Broadbalk experiment
  332. A decision support system for optimising the use of nitrogen in crop rotations
  333. Models and scale: up- and down-scaling
  334. Plant genotype, micronutrient fertilization and take-all infection influence bacterial populations in the rhizosphere of wheat
  335. Management and modification procedures for long-term field experiments
  336. The long-term effect of ley-arable cropping on soil organic matter and crop yield
  337. The Rothamsted long-term experiments: are they still relevant?
  338. Altered Rubisco activity and amounts of a daytime tight-binding inhibitor in transgenic tobacco expressing limiting amounts of phosphoribulokinase
  339. Forms and rates of release of 137Cs in two peat soils
  340. Molecular phylogeny of Flaveria as deduced from the analysis of nucleotide sequences encoding the H-protein of the glycine cleavage system
  341. H-protein of the glycine cleavage system in Flaveria : alternative splicing of the pre-mRNA occurs exclusively in advanced C4 species of the genus
  342. What predicts nitrous oxide emissions and denitrification N-loss from European soils?
  343. The regulation of component processes of photosynthesis in transgenic tobacco with decreased phosphoribulokinase activity
  344. The effect of organic manures on N mineralisation
  345. Nitrate and the plasticity of root development: a molecular genetic approach
  346. Dynamics of organic carbon and nitrogen in long-term field experiments with organic and inorganic fertilizer applications in soils with different texture under different climatic regimes
  347. Nitrification and N2O emissions from soil with a long-term history of different pH
  348. Il ruolo della sostanza organica del terreno per la sopravivenza della biomassa microbica: modificazioni qualitative durante l'incubazione di terreni a diverso contenuto di carbonio organico
  349. Development and essential oil accumulation in glandular trichomes of catmint (Nepeta racemosa )
  350. Toxicity of organic compounds to the indigenous population of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii in soil
  351. The movement of phosphate from soil to water
  352. Detoxification of xenobiotics by plant cells: characterization of vacuolar amphiphilic organic anion transporters
  353. Measuring and modelling nitrogen leaching: parallel problems
  354. Evidence for resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) subsp. kurstaki HD-1, Bt subsp. aizawai and abamectin in field populations of Plutella xylostella from Malaysia
  355. Occurrence of severe take-all in winter wheat after many years of growing spring barley, and effects of soil phosphate
  356. The role of host-induced plant synomones on in-flight orientation of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi Haliday (Hymenoptera, Braconidae)
  357. Interactions between the fungal entomopathogen Zoophthora radicans Brefeld (Entomophthorales) and two hymenopteran parasitoids attacking the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella L.
  358. Predicting risk of severe light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  359. Relative importance of semiochemicals from first and second trophic levels in host foraging behaviour of Aphidius ervi
  360. Infection of Sitobion avenae with Erynia neoaphidis
  361. Sm480: a high molecular weight Schistosoma mansoni antigen associated with protective immunity
  362. Variation and changes within species of nematophagous fungi
  363. The importance of the host plant on the interaction between root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) and the nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium Goddard
  364. The role of 1-octen-3-ol as a host-odour attractant for the biting midge, Culicoides impunctatus Goetghebuer, and interactions of 1-octen-3-ol with a volatile pheromone produced by parous female midges
  365. Colour vision and oviposition behaviour in Aphidius ervi Haliday (Hymenoptera, Braconidae)
  366. Relationships among Fusarium spp. estimated by comparing restriction fragment length polymorphisms in polymerase chain reaction-amplified nuclear rDNA
  367. A commercially viable, low-cost strategy for the management of seed weevil populations on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  368. Studies on methods for the genetic manipulation of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  369. Studies on plant secondary metabolites influencing pest behaviour
  370. Nucleic acid integrity and synthesis in relation to seed vigour in sugar beet
  371. Heavy metal speciation and bioavailablility to microbes
  372. Potassium compartmentation in barley root cells
  373. Studies on beet western yellows virus in oilseed rape
  374. Parasitoids of cabbage seed weevil and brassica pod midge in oilseed rape
  375. The statistical analysis of animal populations. PhD thesis, University of Kent
  376. The nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium : aspects of pathogenicity
  377. Multiple-weed species interference in broadleaved crops: evaluation of yield loss prediction and competition models
  378. Detection and characterisation of Metarhizium anisopliae using molecular markers
  379. Analysis of sodium channel gene sequences in pyrethroid-resistant houseflies. Progress toward a molecular diagnostic for knockdown resistance (kdr )
  380. Aspects of bee diversity and crop pollination in the European Union
  381. A model to describe the effect of climate change on aphid and coccinellid population dynamics
  382. The effects of fungal competition on colonization of barley grain by Fusarium sporotrichoides on T-2 toxin formation
  383. The foraging efficiency of the parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in relation to the spatial distribution of aphids on plants
  384. Issues and opportunities for precision approaches to crop management
  385. Host plant influences on the hatching of cyst nematodes
  386. SADIEM.FOR: software for the SADIE system of spatial analysis
  387. NSADIEC.FOR: software for the SADIE system of spatial analysis
  388. DESDTR.FOR: software for the SADIE system of spatial analysis
  389. MATCHDTR.FOR: software for the SADIE system of spatial analysis
  390. SADIEA.FOR: software for measuring and testing for spatial association and dissociation
  391. SADIE: software to measure and model spatial patterns
  392. Population dynamics of volunteer rape and possible means of control
  393. Bumble bees as pollinators of crops and wild flowers
  394. Science round-up: focusing on bumble bees
  395. Long-term stability in the frequency of insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae , in England
  396. The management of herbicide-resistant grass-weeds
  397. Two forms of insecticide-insensitive acetylcholinesterase in Aphis gossypii
  398. The potential of lupins for UK agriculture
  399. Potato cyst nematodes - the situation in the north east part of Portugal
  400. Agricultural and occupational bioaerosols: sampling and clinical application
  401. Spore dispersal - its role in ecology and disease: the British contribution to fungal aerobiology
  402. Isolation and characerisation of a putative collagen gene from the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida
  403. The yield of potato plants as affected by stem canker (Rhizoctonia solani ), blackleg (Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica ) and by neighbouring plants
  404. Insensitive acetylcholinesterase and resistance to thiodicarb in Australian Helicoverpa armigera Hubner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  405. Evaluation of isoproturon and fungicide mixtures for the control of herbicide resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides )
  406. Effect of storage in vitro and in soil on the hatch from cysts of the pigeonpea cyst nematode, Heterodera cajani
  407. The Rothamsted/Bee Farmers' Association pollination practice survey
  408. Expression of amplified esterase genes in insecticide-resistant Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  409. Synthetic insecticides related to the natural pyrethrins
  410. Progress with documenting and combating insecticide resistance in Bemisia
  411. The aphid sex pheromone cyclopentanoids: synthesis in the elucidation of structure and biosynthetic pathways
  412. Adhesion of Pasteuria penetrans to the cuticle of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) inhibited by fibronectin: a study of electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions
  413. Identification and in situ and in vitro characterization of secreted proteins produced by plant-parasitic nematodes
  414. Prospects for the biological control of nematodes in sustainable agriculture
  415. Response of foreign barley cultivars to barley yellow mosaic virus at different sites in China
  416. Sequence analysis of wheat and oat furovirus capsid protein genes suggests that oat golden stripe virus is a strain of soil-borne wheat mosaic virus
  417. Colony losses and Varroa jacobsoni
  418. We're on your trail! Using harmonic radar to track flying bees
  419. Recent research on varroa and viruses at Rothamsted
  420. Gypsy moth immune defenses in response to hyphal bodies and natural protoplasts of entomophthoralean fungi
  421. Incidence of eyespot and selection of W-type and R-type of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides in sequences of different cereal species
  422. Fungally-transmitted mosaic viruses of barley
  423. An overview of spatial analysis in Genstat
  424. Effects of wetness period and temperature on development of dark pod spot (Alternaria brassicae ) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  425. Statistics in agriculture and forestry
  426. Statistics in aquacultural research
  427. Estimating Taylor's power law parameters for weeds and the effect of spatial scale
  428. Factors affecting cover crop dry matter production in beet rotations
  429. An analysis of the agronomic, economic and environmental effects of applying N fertilizer to sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris )
  430. Factors controlling denitrification during spring in a temperate climate
  431. Mineralization of cover crop N: its contribution to subsequent crop N uptake and losses
  432. Population dynamics of indigenous and genetically modified rhizobia in the field
  433. Know your genes
  434. Recent work on quaternary paleosols in Britain
  435. The validation of pesticide leaching models
  436. Effects of wheat crop debris on the sporulation and survival of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides
  437. Effects on wheat diseases of three and five year set-aside covers
  438. Effects of cultivating one-year rotational set-aside at different times on take-all disease of winter wheat
  439. Headland set-aside in sugar beet rotations
  440. The beet bites back
  441. Plant populations for today's conditions
  442. Responses of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris ) to foliar sprays of copper
  443. Monitoring leaf aura of sugar beet using ERS-1 SAR data
  444. The effect of Polymyxa betae on sugar-beet seedling root growth
  445. The effect of soil pests on seedling root growth and yield of sugar beet
  446. Season and soil-type effects on sugar-beet root development
  447. Nutrient uptake by the sugar-beet fibrous root system
  448. Form and function of the sugar beet fibrous root system: its importance to crop productivity
  449. Forecasting, epidemiology and control of powdery mildew in sugar beet
  450. A survey of foliar diseases of sugar beet and their control in Europe
  451. Rhizomania: progress with resistant varieties
  452. Pest and disease problems in Chile: what lessons can be learnt?
  453. Strategies for controlling virus yellows in sugar beet
  454. Single-tube, nested PCR for the diagnosis of Polymyxa betae infection in sugar beet roots and colorimetric analysis of amplified products
  455. Nature - red in tooth and claw: the predators of aphids in sugar beet
  456. Pest problems in sugar beet in the UK in 1995
  457. Identification of mutations in the housefly para -type sodium channel gene associated with knockdown resistance (kdr ) to pyrethroid insecticide
  458. Volatile components in dorsal gland secretions of the collared peccary, Tayassu tajacu (Tayassuidae, Mammalia)
  459. Germination of Alternaria linicola conidia on linseed: effects of temperature, incubation time, leaf wetness and light regime
  460. Effect of sowing date and planting density on the structure and yield of autumn-sown, florally-determinate white lupins (Lupinus albus) in the United Kingdom
  461. Single-strand conformation polymorphism analysis of RT-PCR products of UK isolates of barley yellow mosaic virus
  462. Comparison of two sympatric Pasteuria populations isolated from a tropical vertisol soil
  463. Electrophysiological analysis of the response of males of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida to their female sex pheromones and to potato root diffusate
  464. Evaluation of four distance and navigation methods for mapping weed positions within arable fields
  465. Identification of pathogenesis-related proteins induced in leaves of potato plants infected with potato cyst nematodes, Globodera species
  466. The role of mosquito olfaction in oviposition site location and in the avoidance of unsuitable hosts
  467. Chemoreception in plant parasitic nematodes
  468. Simulating spatial patterns of counts in agriculture and ecology
  469. Pollinator management: matching bees and flowers
  470. Sex pheromone of aphid parasitoid Praon volucre (Hymenoptera, Braconidae)
  471. Trends in herbicide resistance and the potential impact of legislative changes relating to isoproturon
  472. Herbicide resistance in black-grass and wild-oats
  473. Inhibition of sexual morph production in the bird cherry aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi
  474. Diapause termination and egg hatch in the bird cherry aphid Rhopalosiphum padi
  475. Application of novel molecular markers (DNA) in agricultural entomology
  476. Seed glucosinolate, oil and protein contents of field-grown rape (Brassica napus L.) affected by soil drying and evaporative demand
  477. Identification of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita , using monoclonal antibodies raised to non-specific esterases
  478. The incorporation of pathogen spores into rain-splash droplets: a modelling approach
  479. Factors affecting the incubation period of dark leaf and pod spot (Alternaria brassicae ) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  480. Aphids falling into the trap
  481. Sex pheromone and visual trap interactions in mate location strategies and aggregation by host-alternating aphids in the field
  482. 9-Methylgermacrene-B; proposed structure for novel homosesquiterpene from the sex pheromone glands of Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae) from Lapinha, Brazil
  483. A novel membrane overlay cultivation technique for the measurement of growth and production of mycotoxins by Penicillium commune and Aspergillus flavus
  484. Co-production of aflatoxins and cyclopiazonic acid in isolates of Aspergillus flavus
  485. Production of the mycotoxin cyclopiazonic acid by Penicillium commune on solid agar media: effects of water activity, temperature and incubation time
  486. Inoculum density and spatial pattern of Rhizoctonia solani in field plots of Solanum tuberosum : effects of cropping frequency
  487. Differentiation of two groups of species of the genus Meloidogyne by polymerase chain reaction and restriction fragment length polymorphisms of ribosomal DNA
  488. Improvements in the performance of peas, beans and lupins as grain legumes for British and European agriculture
  489. The continuing threat of insecticide resistance
  490. Agricultural Zoology Reviews, Vol. 7
  491. Release of alkenyl isothiocyanates and other volatiles from Brassica rapa seedlings during infection by Alternaria brassicae
  492. Slug chemical ecology: electrophysiological and behavioural studies
  493. Lethal and sublethal effects of imidacloprid on nicotine-tolerant Myzus nicotianae and Myzus persicae
  494. The spore/nematode interaction: a biochemical examination of host specificity in Pasteuria
  495. Identification and localisation of a putative actin in the two species of potato cyst nematodes using a monoclonal antibody
  496. Observations on the specificity of Globodera pallida and G. rostochiensis diagnostic proteins to amphids of Globodera species
  497. Barley yellow dwarf luteovirus (BYDV) infectivity of alate aphid vectors in northeast Spain
  498. Mating attempts between the Scarlet Tiger Moth, Callimorpha dominula L., and the Cinnabar Moth, Tyria jacobaeae L. (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae), involve a common sex pheromone composition
  499. 1-Octanol/water partition coefficient (Kow) and pKa for ionisable pesticides measured by a pH-metric method
  500. Update on research on Varroa jacobsoni at Rothamsted (part 1)
  501. The structure and behavior of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar ) hemocytes
  502. Estimation of genomic variation between British populations of the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida using RAPD-PCR
  503. Inheritance of amplified esterase genes responsible for insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  504. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XLI. Structure-activity relationships in non-ester pyrethroids against resistant strains of housefly (Musca domestica L.)
  505. Micro- and macro-arthropods
  506. Chemical cues to host-plant selection by insect pests of oilseed rape
  507. Bienenhaltung in Nepal
  508. The incidence and world distribution of honey bee viruses
  509. Characterization of low and high affinity nitrogen cotransporters expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  510. Responses of two wheat varieties to sulphur addition and diagnosis of sulphur deficiency
  511. Method to determine elemental sulphur in soils applied to measure sulphur oxidation
  512. Evidence for the use of a control in the fumigation-incubation method for measuring microbial biomass carbon in soil
  513. Glutamine synthetase polypeptides in the roots of 55 legume species in relation to their climatic origin and the partitioning of nitrate assimilation
  514. Potassium homeostasis in vacuolate plant cells
  515. Determination of pH in the digestive system of the slug Deroceras reticulatum (Muller) using ion-selective microelectrodes
  516. Recent advances in the molecular biology of a family of eukaryotic high affinity nitrate transporters
  517. Molecular cloning of higher plant homologues of the high-affinity nitrate transporters of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and Aspergillus nidulans
  518. Characterisation of high-affinity nitrate transporter homologues from higher plants
  519. A point mutation to the gene encoding the Rubisco large subunit interferes with holoenzyme assembly
  520. Genetic manipulation of crops
  521. Stratigraphy and origin of New Forest brickearths, England
  522. Simulating nitrate leaching under winter wheat grown on a structured clay soil considering bypass flow
  523. Biosynthesis of CA1P and regulation of Rubisco activity
  524. Regeneration of fertile plants from protoplasts isolated directly from immature embryos of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  525. Measuring nitrogen mineralisation using 15N isotopic dilution
  526. Measuring gross nitrogen mineralisation using a 15N ammonia gas injection technique
  527. Comparison of methodologies to measure soil N status
  528. Effects of shading in different developmental phases on biomass and grain yield of winter wheat at ambient and elevated CO2
  529. Nitrate transport and compartmentation in cereal root cells
  530. Development of sulphur deficiency in crops and its treatment
  531. Inter and intracellular compartmentation of metabolisms related to 2-carboxy-D-arabinitol-1-phosphate
  532. Comparison of methods to measure microbial biomass in unamended, ryegrass-amended and fumigated soils
  533. Studies of iron transport in wheat using synthetic phytosiderophores
  534. Effects of two ergosterol-inhibiting fungicides on soil ergosterol and microbial biomass
  535. Nitrogen and phosphorus flows from agricultural hillslopes
  536. Methane fluxes in aerobic soils
  537. The effects of long-term applications of inorganic nitrogen fertilizer on soil nitrogen in the Broadbalk Wheat Experiment
  538. The intercellular distribution of vacuolar solutes in the epidermis and mesophyll of barley leaves changes in response to NaCl
  539. Quantitative assessment of soil nitrate disappearance and N2O evolution during denitrification
  540. Sugar beet under climatic change: photosynthesis and production
  541. Adenosine 5'-triphosphate measurements in soils containing recently added glucose
  542. Cloning and sequencing of a cytochrome P450, CYP89, from Arabidopsis thaliana (Accession No. U61231)(PGR 96-061)
  543. Production of a recombinant Rubisco holoenzyme to improve carboxylation in planta
  544. The effect of mechanical impedance on root growth in rice
  545. Complete mechanical impedance increases the turgor of cells in the apex of pea roots
  546. Effects of drainflow restriction on nitrate and nitrite leaching in the Brimstone Experiment, Oxfordshire, UK
  547. Development of a new Na+-selective microelectrode to measure intracellular Na distribution in barley
  548. Distribution and activity of microsomal NADPH-dependent monooxygenases and amino acid decarboxylases in cruciferous and non-cruciferous plants, and their relationship to foliar glucosinolate content
  549. An absolute chronology for the raised beach and associated deposits at Sewerby, East Yorkshire, England
  550. Isotopic character of lead deposited from the atmosphere at a grassland site in the UK since 1860
  551. PCR-based molecular discrimination of Verticillium chlamydosporium isolates
  552. Multi-stage validation of pesticide leaching models
  553. The specific conversion of D-hamamelose into 2-carboxy-D-arabinitol and 2-carboxy-D-arabinitol-1-phosphate in leaves of Phaseolus vulgaris L.
  554. Fertilizers and nitrate leaching
  555. Fertiliser nitrogen addition to winter wheat crops in England: comparison of farm practices with recommendations allowing for soil nitrogen supply
  556. A technique for mapping the spatial distribution of Elymus repens, with estimates of the potential reduction in herbicide usage from patch spraying
  557. Methods for estimating common parameters in dependent regressions applied to data from the Rothamsted Park Grass Experiment
  558. The Electronic Rothamsted Archive and its use in agricultural research
  559. Zur Biologie und Bekampfung von Unkrautraps
  560. Modelling and analysing spatial outliers in environmental data
  561. Outliers in spatial lattice data
  562. Spectral methods for analysing spatial point patterns
  563. The exploratory analysis of bivariate spatial point patterns using cross-spectra
  564. The effect of temperature and inoculation access period on the transmission of barley yellow dwarf virus by Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) and Sitobion avenae (F.)
  565. Genstat for Windows: an introductory course, 2nd ed.
  566. Statistical concepts and methods for scientists (STARS course notes)
  567. Generalized nonlinear models
  568. The effects on soil fertility of repeated applications of pesticides over 20 years
  569. The effects on soil fertility of repeated applications of pesticides over 20 years
  570. Tools for statistical and process-based modelling in agriculture (CIHEAM course notes)
  571. Feeding of the cabbage stem flea beetle Psylliodes chrysocephala on high and low glucosinolate cultivars of oilseed rape
  572. Modelling in applied biology: spatial aspects (Aspects of Applied Biology 46)
  573. What is kriging?
  574. Disjunctive kriging for environmental management
  575. Point process modelling of BYMV incidence in lupins
  576. A comparison of methods for climate data interpolation, in the context of yield predictions from winter wheat simulation models
  577. Regression methods with spatially referenced data
  578. An autologistic model for the spatial distribution of wildlife
  579. Soil organic sulphur and its turnover
  580. Moving the British cattle herd
  581. Rubisco regulation: the purification and molecular analysis of CA1P-phosphatase
  582. Transformation of wheat via particle bombardment: factors affecting efficiency of DNA delivery
  583. The effect of increased CO2 concentration on the dark respiration rate of etiolated wheat seedlings
  584. Predicting the effects of environmental change on winter wheat yield in genotypes with different flowering dates
  585. Ecophysiological, ecological and soil processes in terrestrial ecosystems: a primer on general concepts and relationships
  586. Bacteriophages and genetically modified rhizobia in the field
  587. Land management innovations for water protection
  588. The role of magnesium, pyrophosphate and their complexes as substrates and activators of the vacuolar H+-pumping inorganic pyrophosphatase: studies using ligand protection from covalent inhibitors
  589. Isolation and characterization of a Tritordeum cDNA encoding S -adenosylmethionine decarboxylase that is circadian-clock-regulated
  590. Chimeric Rubisco - genetic manipulation of photosynthesis to reduce crop fertilizer requirements
  591. Analysis of integration, expression and inheritance of transgenes in wheat and tritordeum
  592. Land degradation and desertification
  593. Modelling changes in soil organic nitrogen on the Broadbalk experiment
  594. Tissue-specific expression of a herbicide-resistance gene: a novel approach to manipulating glutamine synthetase activity in legume roots and nodules
  595. Studies on the natural inhibitors of Rubisco
  596. 2-Carboxyarabinitol 1-phosphate (CA1P) formation through a phosphate exchange reaction catalysed by the CA1P-phosphatase from French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
  597. Genstat 3[3] Procedure Library
  598. Genstat 5 Release 3.2 version for PC Windows and DOS
  599. Genstat 5 Release 3.2 version for Vax VMS
  600. Musca domestica mRNA for voltage-sensitive sodium channel (6899bp)
  601. Barley yellow mosaic virus. Partial RNA-2(70kDa region), UK resistance-breaking strain isolate 2-4
  602. Barley yellow mosaic virus. Partial RNA-2(70kDa region), UK resistance-breaking strain isolate 2-3
  603. Barley yellow mosaic virus. Partial RNA-2(70kDa region), UK common strain isolate
  604. Barley yellow mosaic virus. Partial RNA-1(coat protein), UK resistance-breaking strain isolate 2-4
  605. Barley yellow mosaic virus. Partial RNA-1(coat protein), UK resistance-breaking strain isolate 2-3
  606. Barley yellow mosaic virus. Partial RNA-1(coat protein), UK common strain isolate
  607. Barley mild mosaic virus. Complete RNA-2, fungally inoculted isolate
  608. Oat golden stripe virus. Partial RNA-2(coat protein)
  609. Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus. Partial RNA-2(coat protein), French isolate
  610. Windows application for analysing DNA sequences
  611. Assimilate partitioning in sugar beet
  612. Chlorotoluron metabolism in resistant and susceptible biotypes of the grass weed Alopecurus mysuroides
  613. Evaluation of a diagnostic kit for the detection of oxamyl in soil
  614. In vitro studies of six species of Pratylenchus (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae) on four cultivars of oilseed rape (Brassica napus var. oleifera )
  615. SUNDIAL: a PC-based system for simulating nitrogen dynamics in arable land
  616. Production and evaluation of monoclonal antibodies for the detection of beet mild yellowing luteovirus and related strains
  617. Differential responses of Brassica oleracea and B. rapa accessions to seven isolates of Peronospora parasitica at the cotyledon stage
  618. The role of the proteinase VCP1 produced by the nematophagous Verticillium chlamydosporium in the infection process of nematode eggs
  619. A novel approach for immunomonitoring airborne fungal pathogens
  620. Airborne microorganisms in a domestic waste transfer station
  621. A redescription of Heterodera arenaria Cooper 1955, a cyst nematode from marram grass
  622. Tracking bees with harmonic radar
  623. Electrophysiological responses of males of the potato cyst nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida, to their sex pheromones
  624. A new seed vigour test: is it important for the beet crop?
  625. Aphid attack - working on the insides
  626. Effects of the repellent polygodial on stylet penetration behaviour and non-persistent transmission of plant viruses by aphids
  627. Insects on the move
  628. Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry in insect pheromone identification: three extreme case histories
  629. The complete nucleotide sequence of RNA-2 of a fungally-transmitted UK isolate of barley mild mosaic bymovirus and identification of amino acid combinations possibly involved in fungus transmission
  630. Salicylic acid potentiates defence gene expression in tissue exhibiting acquired resistance to pathogen attack
  631. Simple physiological models of plant development for the white lupin (Lupinus albus ) and their use in agricultural practice
  632. The use of Lamb daily weather types, the indices of progressiveness, southerliness and cyclonicity to investigate the autumn migration of Rhopalosiphum padi
  633. Physical factors in the dispersal of spores and pollens
  634. The detection of airborne allergens implicated in occupational asthma
  635. Microbial emissions from composts and associated risks - trials and tribulations of an occupational aerobiologist
  636. The importance of rhizosphere interactions in the biological control of plant parasitic nematodes - a case study using Verticillium chlamydosporium
  637. Natural colonisation : a study of Broadbalk wilderness
  638. Sugar beet growth in 1995
  639. Analysis of the flight activity of Rhopalosiphum padi males in relation with a population biology model
  640. Changes in the methylation of amplified esterase DNA during loss and reselection of insecticide resistance in peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae
  641. Esterases and esfenvalerate resistance in Australian Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) Lepidoptera: Noctuidae
  642. Comparative survival of insecticide-susceptible and resistant peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae), in low temperature field trials
  643. Resistance management with chloronicotinyl insecticides using imidacloprid as an example. Guidelines on resistance management with chloronicotinyls
  644. Resistance management with chloronicotinyl insecticides using imidacloprid as an example
  645. Sugar beet pests and diseases review of 1995
  646. Cold wind deals big blow for virus yellows
  647. Serologically based diagnostic and quantification tests for nematodes
  648. The use of harmonic radar to track flying bees
  649. Update on research on Varroa jacobsonii at Rothamsted
  650. Biochemical evidence of haplodiploidy in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  651. Detection and identification of Pseudomonas solanacearum and other plant-pathogenic bacteria in less-developed countries
  652. Studies on the life-cycle of Polymyxa betae in sugar beet roots
  653. The impacts of elevated CO2 on aphid-plant interactions
  654. Adaptive significance of changes in morph production during the transition from parthenogenetic to sexual reproduction in the aphid Rhopalosiphum padi (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  655. Reshaping agricultural research for the future
  656. Molecular biology: how can it help the sugar beet industry?
  657. Bibloplectus tenebrosus (Reitt.) (Col., Pselaphidae) in a damp woodland site in Bedfordshire
  658. Soil-borne mosaic viruses in winter barley: effects of variety and management on BaYMV and BaMMV expression. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report No. 123
  659. Impact of climate change on aphid flight phenology
  660. Effect of pirimicarb on the foraging behaviour of Diaeretiella rapae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) on host-free and infested oilseed rape plants
  661. Revised "LEPS" scores for assessing climate model simulations and long-range forecasts
  662. Modelling the spatial distribution of arable grass weeds
  663. GSplancs: Genstat procedures for analysing spatial point patterns
  664. A practical guide to the spectral analysis of spatial point processes
  665. Genstat for Windows: an introductory course
  666. Effects of inoculum sources on the accuracy and precision of experiments testing different times of applying fungicides to control powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei ) on spring barley
  667. Relationship between bioassay data and the simulated field performance of insecticides against susceptible and resistant adult Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  668. Modelling the spatial distribution of deer using incomplete survey data
  669. Subcellular compartmentation and remobilization of nitrate in barley
  670. The interacting effects of nitrogen supply and CO2 concentration on photosynthetic capacities in leaves of spring wheat
  671. Mapping and interpreting the yield variation in cereal crops
  672. Growth and zinc uptake of the hyperaccumulator plants Thlaspi caerulescens
  673. The extraction of enzymes from plant tissues rich in phenolic compounds
  674. Four years growth of hyperaccumulator plants on metal polluted soils
  675. Toxicity of metals to soil microorgansisms: comparison of acute and chronic exposure
  676. Phytoextraction: the use of plants to remove heavy metals from soils
  677. Sulphur uptake, yield responses and interactions between nitrogen and sulphur in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  678. Development of a robust wheat transformation system
  679. Response of crops to environmental change
  680. Responses of crop plants to coming environments
  681. Simulating plant responses to the global greenhouse
  682. Biomass carbon measurements and substrate utilization patterns of microbial populations from soils amended with Cd, Cu or Zn
  683. Chemical availability of Zn and Cd in metal sulphate amended soils versus naturally contaminated soils
  684. Evidence for a decline in atmospheric emissions of PCDD/Fs in the UK
  685. Potential manipulation of crop rhizosphere
  686. Changes in the heavy metal contents of soil from the Park Grass Experiment at Rothamsted Experimental Station
  687. Phosphorus losses to water
  688. Crystallization and preliminary diffraction studies of Nodl, a rhizobial O-acetyl-transferase involved in the host-specific nodulation of legume roots
  689. An analysis of vacuole development in oat aleurone protoplasts
  690. Cadmium in British wheat grain
  691. Flavin monooxygenases involved in the biosynthesis of Brassica defensive secondary metabolites
  692. Differential effects of turgor on sucrose and potassium transport at the tonoplast and plasma membrane of sugar beet storage root tissue
  693. Testing models for sensitivity to changes in the variances of their parameters
  694. CH4 oxidation in soils fertilized with organic and inorganic-N; differential effects
  695. Interpretation difficulties with long-term experiments
  696. RothC-26.3 - a model for the turnover of carbon in soil
  697. Establishing a European GCTE Soil Organic Matter Network (SOMNET)
  698. Quantitative methods to evaluate and compare soil organic matter (SOM) models
  699. Evaluation of soil organic matter using existing long-term datasets (NATO ASI Series I, Vol. 38)
  700. Why evaluate soil organic matter models?
  701. Geescroft Wilderness, 1883-1995
  702. The Park Grass Experiment, 1856-1995
  703. Regulation of leaf sucrose-phosphate synthase and nitrate reductase by reversible protein phosphorylation
  704. The Soil Trail
  705. Integrated soil testing and modelling as a basis for fertilizer recommendations for grassland to optimise yield and environmental impact
  706. Experimental evaluation of tactical fertilizer strategies developed from soil testing and modelling
  707. Grassland management systems based on low inputs of fertilizer and utilization of slurry
  708. Effects of surface applied and injected slurry on herbage yield, and dietary preference and grazing behaviour of cattle
  709. Emission of greenhouse gases and ammonia from grassland following the application of pig slurry: effect of diet
  710. The influence of nitrification in determining the supply, distribution and fate of nitrate in grassland soils
  711. Cereal clover bicropping: effects on wheat stem-base and root diseases
  712. Grassland pests and diseases make inroads
  713. Oral behaviours in bovine spongiform encephalopathy
  714. Management options to conserve a Cirsio-molinietum and integrate its use into productive livestock systems
  715. Foraging behaviour of free ranging domestic ruminants
  716. Assessing the welfare of intensive and extensive livestock
  717. Application of conducting polymer odour sensing arrays to malodour monitoring
  718. Inventory of ammonia emissions from UK Agriculture
  719. Why can't dairy heifers graze clover quicker than grass?
  720. Whole crop silage from a low-input clover:cereal bi-cropping system
  721. Wheat diseases and cereal clover bicrops - attempting to resolve the enigma
  722. Variation in 15N natural abundance of soil, soil fractions and plant materials in lowland grasslands
  723. Utilising sewage sludge on grassland
  724. Using sward boxes to assess grazing preference in dairy cows
  725. Understanding links between physiological responses to elevated CO2, nutrient availability and community ecology in grasslands
  726. The use of spatial memory by grazing animals to locate food patches in spatially heterogeneous environments: an example with sheep
  727. The use of Spartica anglica as a natural delta13C geochemical tracer of recent sedimentary history in British salt marshes
  728. The spatial pattern of vegetation in cut and grazed grass/white clover pastures
  729. The simulated effects of the supplementation of sugarcane with Leucaena on milk production of Holstein X Zebu cattle
  730. The long-term impact of elevated CO2 interaction with N availability on the sequestering of carbon in grassland soil
  731. The influence of organic N mineralization on the management of agricultural systems in the UK
  732. The influence of nitrification in determining the supply, distribution and fate of nitrate in grassland soils
  733. The impact of differences in nitrogen content, nitrogen utilization and loss from laminae on competition between four grass species in an old pasture
  734. The impact of a silvopastoral system on soil water status and nitrate leaching
  735. The fate of biochemical oxygen demand following application of farm wastes to soils
  736. The effects of spatial aggregation of grass and clover swards grazed by sheep on diet and sward composition
  737. The effects of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus addition on the vegetation of a Somerset peat moor under cutting management
  738. The effects of grass nitrogen status on the preference by sheep grazing ryegrass and white clover
  739. The effect of soil environment on white clover persistence and productivity under grazing
  740. The effect of propiconazole on foliar fungal diseases, herbage yield and quality of perennial ryegrass
  741. The effect of plane of winter nutrition and sward height on the performance of steers grazing grass/white clover swards
  742. The effect of management practices to reduce nitrate leaching in dairy systems on denitrification and nitrous oxide emissions: an add-on experiment to the MIDaS study at ADAS Bridgets
  743. The effect of dietary crude protein as protected soybean mean on mammary metabolism in the lactating dairy cow
  744. The effect of cattle dung on the soil microbial biomass C and N in a permanent pasture soil
  745. The causes of inaccurate prediction of volatile fatty acids in the rumen of dairy cattle
  746. The 14C age and residence time of soil organic matter and its lipid constituents in a stagnohumic gley soil
  747. Testing the performance of a one-dimensional solute transport model (LEACHC) using response surface methodology
  748. Techniques to measure behaviour automatically in grazing herbivores
  749. Techniques for restoring botanical diversity of grassland in environmentally sensitive areas
  750. Surface application and shallow injection of cattle slurry on grassland: nitrogen losses, herbage yields and nitrogen recoveries
  751. Statistical analysis of temporal synchrony of behaviour measurements
  752. Starch in ruminant diets: a modelling approach
  753. Starch breakdown in the rumen
  754. Spatial variability of nitrous oxide fluxes in mown and grazed grasslands on a poorly drained clay soil
  755. Sources of variation in the grazing behaviour of dairy cows
  756. Soils and agroecology
  757. Soil microbial biomass and gaseous emissions from urine treated grassland soil
  758. Simulation of digestion in cattle fed sugarcane: prediction of nutrient supply for milk production with locally available supplements
  759. Simulation of digestion in cattle fed sugarcane: model development
  760. SIMON: a simulation model of growth in preruminant calves of 80-240 kg
  761. Silage production and utilisation - perspectives from the Silage Research conferences
  762. Short term turnover of Delta 15N signatures in grassland soil
  763. Short term origin and turnover of water extractable carbon and microbial biomass in a maize cultivated soil
  764. Sheep production in the United Kingdom
  765. Sewage sludge applications to grassland: influence of sludge type, time and method of application on nitrate leaching and herbage yield
  766. Seed banks and germination
  767. Role of nitrification inhibitors in reducing impacts of waste water/effluent irrigation
  768. Role of nitrification inhibitors in reducing impacts of waste water/effluent irrigation
  769. Review of odor quantification
  770. Reduction of odorous compounds in fresh pig slurry by dietary control of crude protein
  771. Quantification of soil carbon inputs under elevated carbon dioxide
  772. Py-Ms (-GCtMS) study of dissolved organic matter and their parent soil horizons
  773. Prospects for improving the efficiency of sheep production from grass
  774. Production benefits of legumes in grassland
  775. Preliminary studies of the impact of excreta N on cycling and uptake of N in pasture systems using natural abundance stable isotope discrimination
  776. Preliminary measurements of nitric oxide emission from fertilized soil
  777. Postglacial variations of distributions, 13C and 14C content of aliphatic hydrocarbons and bulk organic matter in three typical British upland soils
  778. Phosphorus cycling through grassland systems
  779. Pest damage to established grass in the UK
  780. Pest and disease damage to white clover (Trifolium repens ) in Europe
  781. Pathways and forms of phosphorus losses from grazed grassland hillslopes
  782. Organic matter in grassland soils
  783. Opportunities for reducing the environmental impact of dairy farm managements: a systems approach
  784. Odours from farm waste
  785. Nitrous oxide emissions from soils due to inputs of nitrogen from excreta return by livestock on grazed grassland in the UK
  786. Nitrogen mineralization in temperate agricultural soils: processes and measurement
  787. Nitrogen losses and utilization of ammonium nitrogen by herbage from spread slurry produced by pigs offered diets formulated to reduce nitrogen excretion
  788. Nitrogen flows in ley-arable systems
  789. Nitrification in grassland soils
  790. Nitrification in grassland soils
  791. Nitrate selective electrodes containing amino acid betamines as sensors
  792. Molybdate-reactive phosphorus losses in surface and drainage waters from permanent grassland
  793. Modelling the pattern of mammary gland development during pregnancy and lactation
  794. Modelling the dynamics of volatile fatty acids in the rumen in high yielding dairy cows
  795. Modelling of animal processes and systems: using mathematical modelling to enhance experimental information
  796. Modelling growth of veal calves
  797. Modelling amino acid uptake by the lactating bovine mammary gland
  798. Mineralization and immobilisation of nitrogen in grassland soils; management effects
  799. Mineralization and immobilization of nitrogen in grassland soils: management effects
  800. Management of clover in grazed pastures: expectations, limitations and opportunities
  801. Management effects on potential denitrification in grassland soils
  802. Lysimeter studies for determining hydrochemical loss pathways from grassland soil
  803. Low rate irrigation of dilute farm wastes
  804. Long-term study on the transfer of phosphorus from grassland soil to surface waters
  805. Limitations of palatability as a concept in feed intake and diet selection studies
  806. Interactions between grasses and legumes: understanding variability in species composition
  807. Influence of food source on feeding, longevity and fecundity of Sitona flavescens , a major pest of white clover in the UK
  808. Improving the prediction of rumen volatile fatty acids in lactating dairy cows
  809. Impact of insect root herbivory on the growth and nitrogen and carbon contents of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) seedlings
  810. How cows graze
  811. Hay meadow is a winner
  812. Growth functions and their application in animal science
  813. Growing and conserving kale/barley bi-crop
  814. Grazing behaviour and herbage intake rate by Friesian dairy heifers grazing ryegrass or white clover
  815. Gaseous emissions of slurry from pigs offered low crude protein diets
  816. Future trends in nitrogen research
  817. Forage production by two Lotus species as influenced by companion grass species
  818. Flocks and herds or individuals: do grazing animals synchronize their activities
  819. Field measurements and modelling studies of tropospheric photochemistry in coastal and upland regions
  820. Feeding preferences of the grey field slug (Deroceras reticulatum) for dicotyledenous species of permanent grassland
  821. Extensification of beef and sheep production in the United Kingdom - research requirements
  822. Exploitation of a systematic low-input and reduced output system for cradle crops
  823. Evaluation of the wind tunnel method for measurement of ammonia volatilization from land
  824. Evaluation of a set of hierarchically ordered feed descriptors as predictors of milk protein concentration
  825. Evaluation of a range of varieties of white clover for resistance to feeding by weevils of the genus Sitona
  826. Estimating peak nitrate concentrations from annual nitrate loads
  827. Environmental effects of legume based grassland systems
  828. Environmental constraints to grassland systems
  829. Emission rates of volatile fatty acids, phenols and sulphides from organic wastes
  830. Effects of urine on soil microbial biomass methanogenesis, nitrification and denitrification in grassland soils
  831. Effects of the total, vertical and horizontal availability of the food resource on diet selection and intake of sheep
  832. Effects of tethering management on feed intake and behaviour of Tanzanian goats
  833. Effects of spring fertilizer nitrogen and sward height on production from grass/white clover swards grazed by beef cattle
  834. Effects of inorganic fertilizers on flower-rich hay meadows: a review using a case study on the Somerset Levels, UK
  835. Effects of continuous stocking with sheep or goats on sward composition and animal production from a grass and white clover pasture
  836. Effect of root herbivory on N-fixation by white clover
  837. Effect of infection by the endophytic fungus Acremonium lolii on growth and nitrogen uptake by perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne ) in flowing solution culture
  838. Effect of cutting height on perennial ryegrass with and without infection with endophyte and ryegrass mosaic virus
  839. Dietary preference of sheep for grass and clover at contrasting sward surface heights
  840. Dietary control of odors
  841. Diet selection by cattle offered a choice between swards treated or untreated with slurry: effects of application method and time since application
  842. Detection of ketosis in dairy cows by analysis of exhaled breath
  843. Denitrification in pasture soils
  844. Decomposition analysis of competitive symmetry and size structure dynamics
  845. Data logging apparatus for UK livestock
  846. Creating a butterfly garden
  847. Consequences of model choice when analysing polyester bag data
  848. Comparison of methodologies to measure soil N status
  849. Clover:cereal bi-cropping - a low-input cost-effective method of growing whole-crop winter wheat
  850. Chemical changes in decomposing standard scots pine needles in a North-South transect of coniferous forests
  851. Can grazed pasture meet the needs of the high genetic merit dairy cow?
  852. Botanical diversity of grassland
  853. Biotic factors affecting short-term transfer of N between forage species: final report
  854. Automatic recording of various aspects of foraging behaviour
  855. Assessment of high tolerant white clover (Trifolium repens L.) cultivars under continuous sheep grazing
  856. Assessment of conducting polymer odour sensors for agricultural malodour measurements
  857. Application of conducting polymer odour sensing arrays to agricultural malodour monitoring
  858. Analysis of the coexistence mechanisms for grasses and legumes in grazing systems
  859. An analysis of transorgan metabolite extraction data
  860. Ammonia surface-exchange above an agricultural field in southeast England
  861. Abstracts of Communications. Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Meeting of the Agricultural Research Modellers' Group
  862. Abstracts of Communications. Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Meeting of the Agricultural Research Modellers' Group
  863. A theoretical analysis of carbon and nitrogen interactions in grass legumes pastures - a tool for studies of impacts on climate change
  864. A system to record automatically foraging behaviour in free-ranging herbivores
  865. A spatially explicit population model of stoloniferous N-fixing legumes in mixed pasture with grass
  866. A review of the status of Formica exsecta Nylander (Formicidae, Hymenoptera) in Scotland 1994
  867. A review of research on endophytic fungi worldwide, and its relevance to European grassland, pastures and turf
  868. A new incubation system for the field measurement of nitrification and assessment of nitrogen lost through leaching and denitrification
  869. A modelling investigation of the supplementation of sugar-cane with leucaena for milk production by Holstein X zebu cattle
  870. A model of NH3 volatilization from a grazing livestock farm
  871. A comparison of animal output and nitrogen leaching losses from grassland receiving 200 kg N/ha/annum and grass/clover receiving no fertilizer nitrogen
  872. A comparative evaluation of models of whole rumen function
  873. A clover:cereal bi-cropping system
  874. Emissions of nitrous oxide following deposition of animal excreta on grazed grassland
  875. Improved nitrogen efficiency on dairy farms