1. Letters to the editors: functional marginality is important
  2. R A Fisher and the making of maximum likelihood 1912-1922
  3. Fisher's contribution to statistics
  4. SO42- Deprivation Has an Early Effect on the Content of Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase/Oxygenase and Photosynthesis in Young Leaves of Wheat
  5. Molecular technologies for biodiversity evaluation: Opportunities and challenges
  6. Reproducibility testing of RAPD, AFLP and SSR markers in plants by a network of European laboratories
  7. AFLP analysis sheds light on distribution of two Salix species and their hybrid along a natural gradient
  8. Expression of a borage desaturase cDNA containing an N-terminal cytochrome b(5) domain results in the accumulation of high levels of Delta(6)-desaturated fatty acids in transgenic tobacco
  9. Trafficking of wheat gluten proteins in transgenic tobacco plants: gamma-gliadin does not contain an endoplasmic reticulum retention signal
  10. Tobacco rab1 cDNA cloning and expression and structure-functional analysis of the Rab1 protein
  11. Chloroplast SecA functions as a membrane-associated component of the Sec-like protein translocase of pea chloroplasts
  12. A new class of cytochrome b(5) fusion proteins
  13. Molecular tools in plant genetic resources conservation: a guide to the technologies
  14. Insecticidal natural products from Sri Lankan plants
  15. Compounds for control of whitefly (WO 97/16067) Patent
  16. Pesticidal compounds (WO 97/02271)
  17. Fungicidal compounds (B) (WO 97/16970)
  18. Use of naphthoquinone compounds as antiprotozoal agents (WO 97/18800)
  19. Efrapeptin production by Tolypocladium species
  20. Contact toxicity and antifeedant effect of destruxin A and E against Plutella xylostella
  21. Modelling carbon turnover for the Pendleton residue management experiment (IACR Technical Report)
  22. Use of semiochemicals in different types of traps for monitoring stem weevil (Ceutorhynchus sp.) flight to winter rape
  23. Manipulation of Praon populations with synthetic aphid sex pheromones for control of cereal aphids
  24. Insecticide resistant aphids fight back
  25. Evening primrose oil in transgenic plants
  26. Improving wheats for EU food processors
  27. The high molecular weight (HMW) subunits of wheat gluten
  28. Optimising cereal inputs: its scientific basis. Part 1: Genetics and nutrition. Aspects of Applied Biology 50
  29. Proceedings of the Expert Consultation on Plant Nematode Problems and their Control in the Near East Region, Karachi, 22-26 November 1992
  30. Viruses
  31. Beta vulgaris mRNA for SNF1-related protein kinase
  32. Structure and function of the plant vacuolar H+-pumping inorganic pyrophosphatase
  33. Differentiation of Meloidogyne hapla from Meloidogyne chitwoodi and Meloidogyne fallax using variation in the cuticle surface
  34. White clover: honey bees v. bumble bees as pollinators
  35. Field studies of Varroa jacobsoni and secondary infections in the UK
  36. Varroa jacobsoni and honeybee virus infections: implications for control strategies
  37. A biorational approach to microbial control of aphids
  38. Mortality can produce predicatable dynamics in chaotic populations
  39. Identification and quantification of plant parasitic nematodes using immunological techniques
  40. Characterisation of Nacobbus aberrans from Mexico and South America
  41. Immunoassays for the quantification of plant parasitic nematodes and their potential application to Nacobbus aberrans
  42. Estudio de la morfologia de las espiculas de poblaciones de Nacobbus aberrans a traves del microscopio electronico de barrido
  43. Manejo de poblaciones de Nacobbus aberrans en al cultivo de tomate (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.)
  44. Effect of weather on efficacy of herbicides in sugar beet
  45. Utilisation of wild gramineous plants for management of cereal stemborers in Africa
  46. Identification and quantification of plant parasitic nematodes using immunological techniques
  47. The analysis of longitudinal ordinal data with informative dropout
  48. Control over denitrification and its gaseous products in a permanent pasture soil
  49. Chemical control
  50. Field and laboratory techniques
  51. Fungal pathogens of thrips
  52. Flight and dispersal
  53. Pest thrips in perspective
  54. Thrips as crop pests
  55. Complementary techniques: fluorescence microscopy
  56. Immunocytochemical localisation of glycosaminoglycan-like activity in the mucus and associated tissues of terrestrial slug species (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)
  57. Characteristics of adhesion pads formed during imbibition and germination of urediniospores of Uromyces viciae-fabae on host and synthetic surfaces
  58. Characterization of the acetylcholinesterase gene from insecticide-resistant houseflies (Musca domestica )
  59. The use of single-species spatially explicit models
  60. Arthropod natural enemies in arable land III: the individual, the population and the community (Acta Jutlandica Vol. 72(2))
  61. Spatial association for counts of two species
  62. A semi-field method to assess the effect of dimethoate on the density and mobility of ground beetles (Carabidae)
  63. Biochemical resistance detection in Helicoverpa armigera in Australia
  64. Mortality can produce predictable dynamics in chaotic populations
  65. Genstat 5 Release 4.1 reference manual supplement
  66. Genstat for Windows command language manual
  67. Procedure AGBIB
  68. Identification of yeasts through computer-based systems
  69. An introductory course for Genstat 5 Release 4
  70. Phosphorus loss from agriculture to water: synthesis and summary
  71. Ground cover and leaf area index of maize and sugar beet crops
  72. Temperature change and complex dynamics
  73. Handling and aflatoxin contamination of white maize in Costa Rica
  74. Small sample inference for fixed effects from restricted maximum likelihood
  75. Prediction regions for categorical variables
  76. Using long-term experiments to estimate the potential for carbon sequestration at the regional level: an examination of five European scenarios
  77. Behaviour of trace elements in terrestrial ecosystems
  78. Integrated plant nutrient management for efficient crop production
  79. Genetic aspects of common health disorders and measures of fertility in Holstein Friesian dairy cattle
  80. The description of experimental designs in information systems
  81. Procedure PTINTENSITY (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  82. Procedure PTSINPOLYGON (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  83. Procedure PTAREAPOLYGON (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  84. Procedure MSEKERNEL2D (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  85. Procedure KTORENVELOPES (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  86. Procedure KSED (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  87. Procedure KLABENVELOPES (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  88. Procedure KHAT (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  89. Procedure KERNEL2D (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  90. Procedure KCSRENVELOPES (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  91. Procedure K12HAT (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  92. Procedure PTGRID (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  93. Procedure GHAT (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  94. Procedure GRCSR (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  95. Procedure FZERO (Software distributed with Genstat5 Release 4.1)
  96. Procedure FHAT (Software distributed with Genstat 5 Release 4.1)
  97. Procedure PTREMOVE
  98. Procedure PTCLOSEPOLYGON
  99. Procedure PTBOX
  100. Procedure GRTORSHIFT
  101. Procedure GRTHIN
  102. Procedure GRLABEL
  103. Procedure DPOLYGON
  104. Procedure DRPOLYGON
  105. Procedure DPTREAD
  106. Procedure DPTMAP
  107. Influence of pesticide use on the natural occurrence of entomopathogenic fungi in arable soils in the U.K.: field and laboratory comparisons
  108. The responses of the cabbage seed weevil Ceutorhynchus assimilis to volatile compounds from oilseed rape in a linear track olfactometer
  109. Electrophysiological analysis of reponses of males of Globodera spp. to some chemicals
  110. Kinetics of insensitive acetylcholinesterases in organophosphate-resistant tobacco whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  111. Variation in pathogenicity on potato tubers and sensitivity to thiabendazole of the dry rot fungus Fusarium avenaceum
  112. Esterases and fenvalerate resistance in a field population of Helicoverpa punctigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Australia
  113. Trichoplusia ni (Hb.) (Lep.:Noctuidae) The Ni Moth in Glamorganshire
  114. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the Verberne/MOTOR model
  115. A comparison of the performance of nine soil organic matter models using datasets from seven long-term experiments
  116. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the NCSOIL and NCSWAP models
  117. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the century model
  118. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the soil-plant-atmosphere model DAISY
  119. Acquisition of genes from indigenous bacteria by inoculant strains at long-term release sites
  120. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the CANDY model
  121. Effect of pH on nitrous oxide emissions from grassland soil
  122. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using RothC-26.3
  123. Simulating trends of soil organic carbon in seven long-term experiments using the SOMM model of the humus types
  124. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the DNDC model
  125. Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the ITE (Edinburgh) Forest and Hurley pasture ecosystem models
  126. Sulphur nutrition: an important factor for the quality of wheat and rapeseed
  127. Sulphur inputs for optimum yields of cereals
  128. Evaluation and comparison of soil organic matter models (Geoderma Special Issue 81(1-2))
  129. Constructing a nitrogen fertilizer recommendation system using a dynamic model: what do farmers want?
  130. Changes with time in the potassium content and phyllosilicates in the soil of the Broadbalk continuous wheat experiment at Rothamsted
  131. Managing nutrient supplies to meet agricultural and environmental goals
  132. Regulation of the expression of ferrodoxin-glutamate synthase in barley
  133. Long term water stress inactivates Rubisco in subterranean clover
  134. Kinetically controlled release of uranium from soils
  135. Zinc and cadmium uptake by the hyper accumulator Thlaspi caerulescens in contaminated soils and its effects on the concentration and chemical speciation of metals in soil solution
  136. The role of microbial parameters in monitoring soil pollution by chromium
  137. The resistance of sugar beet to aphids
  138. Criteria for evaluating biological control agents for sugar beet seedling diseases
  139. Persistence of the selective aphicide triazamate in sugar beet in relation to its efficacy against aphids
  140. Radar remote sensing for monitoring sugar beet production. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  141. Genetic engineering for bolting resistance
  142. Comparison of properties of European isolates of BMYV and BYV
  143. Assessment of risks associated with the release of transgenic sugar beet expressing viral gene sequences
  144. The development of molecular markers for evaluating disease resistance in Beta $ germplasm
  145. Comparative climatic advantage in UK and north-west European sugar beet production
  146. The SNF1-related protein kinase of sugar beet
  147. Sugar beet as a changing host for the aphid
  148. Topping level, sugar yield and root quality of beet from a range of soils: a study for the National Farmers' Union 1996/97
  149. Nutrient availability and yield variation in beet rotations: implications for precision farming
  150. Growth and competition between sugar beet (Beta vulgaris ) and fat hen (Chenopodium album ) in elevated carbon dioxide and temperature conditions
  151. Monitoring and forecasting aphid vectors of beet viruses: a working system
  152. Studies on variability in plant populations. PhD thesis, University of East Anglia
  153. Precision farming for sugar beet
  154. Changes in fertiliser usage in sugar beet production
  155. Pests of sugar beet in 1996 in the UK
  156. The influence of seed size and plant age at vernalisation on bolting and flowering in sugar beet
  157. Rhizomania: the role of vector and virus resistance
  158. A comparison of methods for predicting the N-fertiliser requirement of the UK beet crop
  159. The effect of host plant-induced stomach precipitate on the ability of Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to transmit sugarbeet yellowing viruses
  160. The Broom's Barn Plant Clinic
  161. Modulation of spore adhesion of the hyperparasitic bacterium Pasteuria penetrans to nematode cuticle
  162. Bringing precision to decisions in agriculture
  163. Germination behaviour of dormant oilseed rape seeds in relation to temperature
  164. Sugar beet production: strategies for the future
  165. Use of gene technology in food
  166. MACRO-DB: a decision-support tool for assessing pesticide fate and mobility in soils
  167. Influence of target characteristics on the amount of water splashed by impacting drops
  168. Aspects of sexual reproduction and their effect on population genetic structure in creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense L. Scop.)
  169. Resistance due to insensitive acetylcholinesterase in peach-potato aphids Myzus persicae
  170. Aerobiologie and plant pathology
  171. Precision farming for sugar beet
  172. In the shadow of Olympus
  173. The establishment of cover crops by reduced cultivation, direct drilling and pre-harvest sowing and the effect on the yield of the following crop
  174. Host plant effects on the performance of the aphid Aulacorthum solani (Kalt.) (Homoptera: Aphididae) at ambient and elevated CO2
  175. The 1997 rhizomania demonstration trials
  176. To mix or not to mix? The utility of pesticide mixtures for combating pest resistance
  177. Management of herbicide resistance in grass weeds: parallels with and lessons from work on insecticide resistance
  178. Modelling the dynamical components of the sugar beet crop
  179. Asymptotic analysis of an epidemic model with primary and secondary infection
  180. Changes in the weight and quality of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris ) roots in storage clamps on farms
  181. Low temperature interactions between aphids and their natural enemies
  182. Mortality during dispersal stabilizes local population fluctuations
  183. 'Talking' plants and insects
  184. Norman Pirie (1907-97) [Obituary]
  185. Induction of activity in the olfactory nerve of the slug Deroceras reticulatum (Muller) in response to volatiles emitted by carabid beetles
  186. Electrophysiological and behavioural studies of the biting midge, Culicoides impunctatus Goetghebuer (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae): interactions between some plant-derived repellent compounds and a host-odour attractant, 1-octen-3-ol
  187. Nitrogen-containing macromolecular moieties in soil organic matter
  188. The biology of mycorrhiza in the Ericaceae 19. Fungal mycelium as a nitrogen source for the ericoid mycorrhizal fungus Hymenoscyphus ericae and its host plants
  189. Input control of organic matter dynamics
  190. Effects of planting mixtures of different sizes of potato seed tubers on the yield and size of tubers
  191. Molecular approaches to wheat quality improvement
  192. Horizontal movement of seeds following tine and plough cultivation: implications for spatial dynamics of weed infestations
  193. Managing resistance to the chloronicotinyls: rhetoric or reality?
  194. Buffer zones. Their processes and potential in water protection
  195. The production and characterisation of monoclonal antibodies against Alternaria brassicae (Berk.) Sacc., the cause of dark leaf and pod spot in oilseed rape
  196. Regulation of glutamate dehydrogenase activity by manipulation of nucleotide supply in Daucus carota suspension cultures
  197. Glutathione transferases in herbicide-resistant and herbicide-susceptible black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides )
  198. Semiochemicals mediating spacing behaviour of bird cherry-oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi , feeding on cereals
  199. Sex pheromone stereochemistry and purity affect field catches of male aphids
  200. Potential uses of piperonyl butoxide for controlling the cotton whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius). PhD thesis, Imperial College, University of London
  201. The use of computer simulation models to optimise the use of nitrogen in whole farm systems
  202. Using nutrient budgets to evaluate the sustainability of farming systems
  203. Biotechnology of cereals: genetic manipulation techniques and their use for the improvement of quality, resistance and input use efficiency traits
  204. Biometrical impact in the ACP countries
  205. Predicting wheat yields: the search for valid and precise models
  206. Optimising sulphur inputs for breadmaking quality of wheat
  207. There must be more to chaos than fractals
  208. Using models to help limit the environmental impact of fertilizer use
  209. Occurrence of flavonoids and nucleosides in agricultural soils
  210. Twenty years of soil science at Rothamsted
  211. Constructing a nitrogen fertilizer recommendation system around the dynamic nitrogen turnover model, SUNDIAL
  212. Agricultural soils as a sink to mitigate CO2 emissions
  213. Modeling carbon and nitrogen processes in soil
  214. MINIM - a database of nitrogen mineralization and immobilization experiments. A user guide (MAFF contract 1503)
  215. MINIM - a database of mineralization experiments (MS-Access database)
  216. A decision support system for nitrogen fertilizer recommendation: what do farmers want?
  217. The influence of different farming strategies on nitrate leaching: implementation of a whole farm modelling system
  218. Constructing a nitrogen fertilizer recommendation system: what do farmers want?
  219. Simulation of nitrogen turnover in crop rotations
  220. Investigation of magnetic mineral differentiation in topsoils of a long term field experiment
  221. Phosphorus losses in the Brimstone Experiment
  222. Pulsed gas chromatography-electroantennography: evaluation of a new approach
  223. Host location in phytophagous insects
  224. Behavioural and sensory correlates of olfactory learning in the honeybee
  225. Formulation and application of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae Metch for the control of crucifer pests in oilseed rape
  226. Immunological detection of greenbug (Schizaphis graminum ) esterases associated with resistance to organophosphate insecticides
  227. Herbivore-induced synomones regulating the flight behaviour of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
  228. Aphid-induced plant synomones affecting the foraging behaviour of the parasitoid Aphidius ervi
  229. Transgenic plants expressing insect resistance: assessing the impact on targets and non-targets
  230. Some aspects of the spatial dynamics of weeds
  231. When is a clone not a clone? DNA profile differences between winged and wingless morphs within an aphid clone
  232. Choice of molecular markers in applied entomology
  233. Using microsatellite DNA to study aphid genetic heterogeneity in the UK
  234. Using microsatellite DNA to study aphid genetic heterogeneity in the UK
  235. Physical and chemical cues regulating the oviposition behaviour of Aphidius ervi Haliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
  236. Decision support for control of BYDV vectors
  237. Engineering resistance against plant parasitic nematodes using anti-nematode genes
  238. Invertebrates
  239. Florida butterflies recorded in March-April 1981
  240. Lunga vita all'entomologo!
  241. Isolation and characterisation of a cDNA clone encoding a secreted molecule from the subventral gland cells of Globodera pallida
  242. The movement of honey bee colonies for crop pollination and honey production by beekeepers in Great Britain
  243. Fungicide use and oil quality in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
  244. Herbicide resistance and gene flow in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) and wild-oats (Avena spp.)
  245. Molecular analysis of weed populations and evolution of herbicide resistance
  246. Molecular analysis of weed populations and evolution of herbicide resistance
  247. Activity of JV 485, a protoporphyrinogen oxidase inhibitor, on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides )
  248. Polymorphism in blackgrass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) populations in response to herbicides
  249. Variation in cross-resistance in blackgrass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) within and between populations: implications for management
  250. Characteristics of acetyl-CoA carboxylases from graminicide-tolerant grasses
  251. A large duplication in the 3'-untranslated region of a subpopulation of RNA2 of the UK-M isolate of barley mild mosaic bymovirus
  252. Airborne fungal propagules, bacteria and endotoxin in animal care houses
  253. Use of field diagnostics to improve predictions of nitrogen dynamics in arable land
  254. Plant testing for assessing the adequacy of P supply in winter wheat crops
  255. Stored nitrate for diagnosing N sufficiency in wheat crops
  256. Plant testing to determine the P and K status of wheat. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report 137
  257. N requirement of winter wheat and diagnosis of deficiency
  258. Inorganic orthophosphate for diagnosing the phosphorus status of wheat plants
  259. Impact and epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus on some biomass crops in the UK
  260. BYDV in spring barley
  261. Development of a PCR based detection technique for Pyrenopeziza brassicae , causal agent of light leaf spot on winter oilseed rape
  262. A novel spore trap for monitoring airborne Alternaria brassicae spores using monoclonal antibodies
  263. The influence of environment on the development and control of disease
  264. Diseases of linseed and fibre flax
  265. Relationships among Fusarium spp. estimated by comparing restriction fragment length polymorphisms in polymerase chain reaction-amplified ribosomal DNA
  266. Sampling bioaerosols in plant pathology
  267. Semiochemically-induced inhibition of behaviour of Tomicus destruens (Woll.) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)
  268. Field discrimination of some oilseed rape, Brassica napus volatiles by the cabbage seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis
  269. Population studies on farmland insects using genetic markers, PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  270. Effects of climate change on the overwintering biology of aphid natural enemies
  271. Interactions between aphid predators and the entomopathogenic fungus Erynia neoaphidis
  272. Comparative biology of Steinernema feltiae and Heterorhabditis megidis from Greece and the UK
  273. Control of slug and snail damage with low toxicity, plant derived repellents and antifeedants
  274. Studies on the characterisation and bionomics of Nacobbus aberrans (Thorne, 1935) Thorne & Allen, 1944 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae)
  275. Comparison of genetic variability in European and South American populations of potato cyst nematodes measured by variation in DNA and virulence towards plant resistance genes
  276. Aphid-plant interactions at ambient and elevated CO2
  277. Migration behavior of root-knot nematodes in roots
  278. Effect of visual cues and a mixture of isothiocyanates on trap capture of cabbage seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis
  279. Electrophysiological analysis of the concentration-dependent responses of the insect parasitic nematode, Leidynema appendiculata , to acetylcholine
  280. Management of Meloidogyne incognita in tomato nurseries by integration of Glomus deserticola with Verticillium chlamydosporium
  281. The purification and properties of glutathione S-transferase from Ditylenchus myceliophagus
  282. New genes for resistance to downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica ) in oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp. oleifera )
  283. In vitro trapping ability of nematophagous fungi against different populations of Caenorhabditis elegans
  284. Molecular studies of knockdown resistance to pyrethroids: cloning of domain II sodium channel gene sequences from insects
  285. Amplification and restriction endonuclease digestion of the Pr1 gene for the detection and characterization of Metarhizium strains
  286. The nature and extent of the suppression of cyst nematode multiplication on susceptible hosts in some soils
  287. Progress in the biological control of root-knot nematodes in vegetable crops using the nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium
  288. A strategy for the biomanagement of root-knot nematodes in tropical soils
  289. Fungi as biological control agents for plant parasitic nematodes
  290. Characterization of nematophagous species of Verticillium from Cuban coffee plantations
  291. The effect of broadcast granular, liquid placed and foliar applied fertiliser on the tuber yield of potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.) infected by the potato cyst nematode, Globodera pallida
  292. Effects of long term storage and above normal temperatures on spore adhesion of Pasteuria penetrans and infection of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica
  293. Premortality effects of Zoophthora radicans infection in Plutella xylostella
  294. Use of biochemical and DNA diagnostics for characterising multiple mechanisms of insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  295. Chemically mediated associative learning in the host foraging behavior of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
  296. Identification of Meloidogyne incognita cuticle surface antigens using monoclonal antibodies
  297. Schistosoma mansoni : anomalous immunogenic properties of a 27 kDa larval serine protease associated with protective immunity
  298. Manejo de poblaciones de Nacobbus aberrans en el cultivo de tomate (Lycopsersicum esculentum Mill.)
  299. Estudio de la morfologia de las espiculas de poblaciones de Nacobbus aberrans a traves de microscopio electronico de barrido
  300. Pyrethroid insecticides
  301. When nature knows pest
  302. Factors affecting winter survival of the florally determinate white lupin cv. Lucyane
  303. Entrainment of plant-derived semiochemicals mediating insect-plant interactions
  304. Additive dose model (ADM) adapted for use in analysing multiple-weed species interference
  305. Competitive effects of weeds in linseed
  306. Spatially selective weed control in arable crops - where are we now?
  307. Genotypic variation in the development of secondary dormancy in oilseed rape and its impact on the persistence of volunteer rape
  308. The importance of mortality in weed populations between autumn and spring on the reliability of yield loss predictions in winter wheat
  309. Response of oilseed rape to interference from Stellaria media
  310. Effect of post-harvest cultivation on persistence of oilseed rape seeds
  311. Influence of interspecific interference on the seed production of Stellaria media and Hordeum vulgare (volunteer barley)
  312. Predicting yield loss due to interference from two weed species using early observations of relative weed leaf area
  313. AQUASTAT 5: displaying data
  314. Statistical usage in biological sciences: main problems and solutions
  315. AQUASTAT 2: a simple experiment
  316. AQUASTAT 1: why statistics?
  317. Genstat 5 Release 4.1 reference summary
  318. A population genetics model of marker-assisted selection
  319. A genetic analysis of egg quality traits and their maternal influence on offspring-parental regressions of juvenile body weight performance in broiler chickens
  320. Evidence for a possible fitness trade-off between insecticide resistance and the low temperature movement that is essential for survival of UK populations of Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  321. Multivariate analysis of test day milk yields of British Holstein- Freisian heifers using Gibbs sampling
  322. Univariate analysis of test day milk yields of British Holstein - Friesian heifers using Gibbs sampling
  323. Global methane budgets: the contribution of wetland soils
  324. NADP-malate dehydrogenase in the C4 plant Flaveria bidentis : cosense suppression of activity in mesophyll and bundle-sheath cells and consequences for photosynthesis
  325. SOMNET - a global network and database of soil organic matter models and long-term experimental datasets
  326. Potential for carbon sequestration in European soils: preliminary estimates for five scenarios using results from long-term experiments
  327. The influence of soil organic matter (SOM) on the accumulation and transformation of inorganic and organic pollutants. Final report on INTAS project 93-1168
  328. Integrating agricultural nutrient management with environmental objectives: current state and future prospects
  329. Regeneration of fertile transgenic plants of barley via PEG-mediated transformation of scutellum protoplasts
  330. Carbon in tropical wetlands
  331. Molecular enzymology of plant cytochromes P450
  332. The effect of take-all (Gaeumannomyces graminis var tritici ) disease of wheat on residual mineral N in arable soils
  333. Effects of season, soil type and cropping on recoveries, residues and losses of 15N-labelled fertilizer applied to arable crops in spring
  334. The role of available metal ions in the transfer of mobile genetic elements
  335. Fertilisers and agriculture: fifty years of developments and challenges
  336. Peat - a valuable resource
  337. Improving nitrogen mineralization estimates with MINIM, the database of nitrogen mineralization and immobilization experiments
  338. Soil characteristics that regulate soil reduction and methane production in wetland rice soils
  339. Genetic manipulation of key photosynthetic enzymes in the C4 plant, Flaveria bidentis
  340. Genetic basis of wheat roots colonisation by pseudomonads
  341. Soil organic matter and soil quality: lessons learned from long term field experiments at Askov and Rothamsted
  342. Transformation of wheat with high molecular weight subunit genes results in improved functional properties
  343. Alternative paradigms for modelling soil systems
  344. Individual animal model estimates of genetic correlations between performance test and reproduction traits of Landrace pigs performance tested in a commercial nucleus herd
  345. Individual animal model estimates of genetic parameters for reproduction traits of Landrace pigs performance tested in a commercial nucleus herd
  346. Individual animal model estimates of genetic parameters for performance test traits of male and female Landrace pigs tested in a commercial nucleus herd
  347. Results of multivariate individual animal model genetic evaluations of British pedigree beef cattle
  348. Assigning pedigree beef performance records to contemporary groups taking account of within herd calving patterns
  349. Characterization of low and high affinity nitrate cotransporters expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  350. Expression in Xenopus oocytes and kinetic characterization of known sucrose carriers
  351. Functional expression of the crnA high affinity nitrate transporter of Aspergillus nidulans in Xenopus oocytes
  352. Cloning and characterization of the NRT2 family of high affinity nitrate transporters from higher plants
  353. Functional analysis of a novel nitrogen-inducible MADS-box gene expressed in Arabidopsis roots
  354. Cloning and characterization of the NRT2 family of high affinity nitrate transporters from higher plants
  355. Is K+ transport into meristematic cells of barley roots maintained under severe K+ deprivation?
  356. Soil-plant nitrogen dynamics - what concepts are required?
  357. Development of a reliable system for cereal transformation: transformation, stability and heritability of transgenes, isolation of tissue-specific promoters
  358. PCR identification of a Nicotiana plumbaginifolia cDNA homologous to the high-affinity nitrate transporters of the crnA family
  359. Comparison of ecological effects of chronic exposure of soil bacteria to toxic metals and how these can be avoided
  360. An approach to critical loads of heavy metals in soils
  361. Antisense constructs of the high affinity potassium transporter HKT1 in two wheat varieties
  362. Barley plants transformed with HAL1 gene
  363. Characterization of a novel P-glycoprotein homologue from barley - an ABC-type transporter with no assigned function in plants
  364. Pyrophosphate analogues differ in their effectiveness as competitive inhibitors of the plant vacuolar proton-pumping pyrophosphatase: a structural explanation
  365. Effects of salinity on intracellular ion compartmentation
  366. Salt tolerance of barley: root-shoot transport of sodium
  367. Biodiversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in relation to availability of heavy metals in polluted soil
  368. The effect of agriculture on methane oxidation in soil
  369. BMP effectiveness: the European perspective
  370. Fate of 15N-labelled fertilizer applied to spring barley grown on soils of contrasting nutrient status
  371. Analysis of integration, expression and stability of heterologous and homologous transgenes in wheat and tritordeum
  372. Getting nitrogen right: the role of the computer and the chlorophyll meter
  373. The bees' knees
  374. Developing sustainable pest control from chemical ecology
  375. Developing a GIS-based tool for testing field sampling plans by modelling the within-field distribution of Brevicoryne brassicae in Brussels sprouts
  376. The influence of safeners on the efficacy of herbicides against resistant grass-weeds
  377. Insect injury to linseed in south-east England
  378. Molecular methods for screening the coconut lethal disease (LD) phytoplasma in Tanzania
  379. Effect of the host plant on the susceptibility of crucifer pests to the insect pathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae
  380. Sex pheromones of the potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida
  381. Effects of beet yellows virus and drought on the growth of sugar beet
  382. Detecting the effects of climate change on Lepidoptera
  383. Climate change may increase vulnerability of aphids to natural enemies
  384. Optimization of pheromone dispensers for diamondback moth Plutella xylostella
  385. Revised guidelines for preventing and managing herbicide-resistant grass-weeds
  386. Institutes top UK science league table
  387. The effect of Albugo candida on the resistance to Peronospora parasitica and vice versa in rapeseed-mustard
  388. Californian sugar beet: its pests and diseases
  389. Controlling virus yellows: how far does your Gaucho go?
  390. Sugar beet research and extension prospects: the view from Broom's Barn
  391. Comparison of ELISA and RT-PCR for the detection of beet yellows closterovirus in plants and aphids
  392. Effects of advancement on nucleic acids in sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris ) seeds
  393. Information from Broom's Barn
  394. Modelling asymmetrical growth curves that rise and then fall: applications to foliage dynamics of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
  395. Weed control chemicals for 1997
  396. Weed control in 1997 and lessons from 1996
  397. New insecticide sprays for sugar beet
  398. Induction of local and systemic resistance to virulent isolates of Peronospora parasitica and Albugo candida in Brassica juncea cotyledons by an avirulent isolate of A. candida
  399. Arable weeds identified as new sources of beet mosaic potyvirus in Greece
  400. Responses of individual honey bees to artificial feeders visited by themselves and to feeders visited by hivemates
  401. Invasion and migration behaviour of sedentary nematodes
  402. Functional analysis of a rat sodium channel carrying a mutation for insect knock-down resistance (kdr ) to pyrethroids
  403. Detection and differentiation of African coconut phytoplasmas: RFLP analysis of PCR-amplified 16S rDNA and DNA hybridisation
  404. A model describing the population dynamics of Sitobion avenae and Coccinella septempunctata
  405. Variation among isolates of Fusarium avenaceum from different hosts determined by DNA analyses and vegetative compatibility groupings
  406. Monograph on downy mildew of crucifers (Saskatoon Research Centre Technical Bulletin 1997-01)
  407. Mortality during dispersal and the stability of a metapopulation
  408. Notable Lepidoptera from Barking, Essex
  409. Electrophysiological analysis of the response of males of the potato cyst nematode, Globodera rostochiensis , to fractions of their homospecific sex pheromone
  410. Laboratory evaluation of antifeedant compounds for inhibiting settling by cereal aphids
  411. Aphid parasitoid responses to semiochemicals - genetic, conditioned or learnt?
  412. Plant signals in nematode hatching and attraction
  413. Spatial distributions of counts at the edges of sample areas
  414. Some unresolved issues in non-linear population dynamics
  415. Induction of secondary dormancy in rape seeds (Brassica napus L.) by prolonged imbibition under conditions of water stress or oxygen deficiency in darkness
  416. Complete RNA1 sequences of two UK isolates of barley mild mosaic virus: a wild-type fungus-transmissible isolate and a non-fungus-transmissible derivative
  417. Responses of Dasineura brassicae and its parasitoids Platygaster subuliformis and Omphale clypealis to field traps baited with organic isothiocyanates
  418. Strategies for the prevention and control of herbicide resistance in annual grass weeds
  419. The use of isoenzyme markers to determine pollen flow and seed paternity mediated by Apis mellifera and Bombus spp. in Trifolium repens , a self-incompatible plant species
  420. Management and disease problems of Africanised bees in Brazil
  421. Identification of Piper yellow mottle virus, a mealybug-transmitted badnavirus infecting Piper spp. in Southeast Asia
  422. Effect of conditioning on discrimination of oilseed rape volatiles by the honeybee: use of a combined gas chromatography-proboscis extension behavioural assay
  423. The effect of soil freezing on the survival of winter-sown white lupins (Lupinus albus L.)
  424. Philip Herries Gregory 1907-1986: pioneer aerobiologist, versatile mycologist
  425. Actinomycetes in composts
  426. In pursuit of insecticidal compounds from plants
  427. A new group of plant-derived naphthoquinone pesticides
  428. Intercropping increases parasitism of pests
  429. Sublethal effects of pesticides on locomotory behaviour of beneficial arthropods
  430. Thirty-two years down the tube
  431. A study of the factors affecting the selection of insecticide resistant Myzus persicae
  432. Monitoring and forecasting aphids and virus
  433. Mechanisms of resistance to aryloxyphenoxypropionate herbicides in two resistant biotypes of Alopecurus myosuroides (blackgrass): herbicide metabolism as a cross-resistance mechanism
  434. Electrophoretic analysis of non-B and B-biotype Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in Australia
  435. Sex pheromone of cabbage aphid Brevicoryne brassicae : identification and field trapping of male aphids and parasitoids
  436. Compatibility between Pasteuria penetrans isolates and Meloidogyne populations from Spain
  437. Peach potato aphids are 'enemy No 1'
  438. Switch to avoid resistance not advised
  439. Diversity and partial characterization of putative virulence determinants in Pasteuria penetrans , the hyperparasitic bacterium of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.)
  440. Uptake of nitrogen by Miscanthus
  441. Nitrate leaching under Miscanthus grass
  442. A study of grain dormancy and viability in spring barley
  443. Current bee research at Rothamsted
  444. Identification of floral volatiles involved in recognition of oilseed rape flowers, Brassica napus by honeybees, Apis mellifera
  445. A kinetic model with ordered cytoplasmic dissociation for SUC1, an Arabidopsis H+/sucrose cotransporter expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  446. Lessons to be learned about soil-plant metal transfers from the 50-year sewage sludge experiment at Woburn, UK
  447. Sulphur nutrition: an important factor for the quality of wheat and rapeseed
  448. Diagnosis of sulphur deficiency in wheat
  449. Importance of sulphur in UK agriculture
  450. Nitrogen to sulphur ratio in rapeseed and in rapeseed protein and its use in diagnosing sulphur deficiency
  451. Variations in microbial populations in soils with different methane uptake rates
  452. Changes in phytoavailability of zinc to plants sharing a rhizosphere with the zinc hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens J. & C. Presl
  453. Evidence of phosphorus movement from Broadbalk soils by preferential flow
  454. An overview of the environmental impact of agriculture in the UK
  455. Genes and transformation
  456. Uptake and transport of zinc in the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens and the non-hyperaccumulator Thlaspi ochroleucum
  457. Comparison of fertilizer phosphorus recommendations in Ireland and England and Wales
  458. Edward Stone (1702-1768) and Edmund Stone (1700-1768): confused identities resolved
  459. Rothamsted workshop on soil remediation - current research and future requirements
  460. Adverse effects of cadmium on soil microflora and fauna
  461. Potential phytoextraction of zinc and cadmium of soils using hyperaccumulator plants
  462. Environmental applications of soil geochemical data
  463. The use of N-fixing bacteria in revegetation of metal-contaminated land
  464. Effects of prolonged washing on primary and secondary transport processes at the plasma membrane in Red Beet storage tissue
  465. Response of crops to environmental change conditions: consequences for world food production
  466. Factors affecting critical soil phosphorus values
  467. Defining critical levels of available soil phosphorus for agricultural crops
  468. The downward movement and retention of phosphorus in agricultural soils
  469. Phosphorus leaching in the Brimstone Farm Experiment, Oxfordshire
  470. Phosphorus losses in drainage water from an arable silty clay loam soil
  471. Phosphorus losses to water
  472. Soil acidification and the mobilisation of toxic metals caused by acid deposition and fertiliser application
  473. Atmospheric deposition and its impacts on soil and soil processes
  474. Tris is a competitive inhibitor of K+ activation of the vacuolar H+-pumping pyrophosphatase
  475. Accumulation of a novel PR1 protein of Nicotiana langsdorfii leaves in response to virus infection or treatment with salicylic acid
  476. Aspects of soil fertility in the interpretation of yield maps as an aid to precision farming
  477. Cloning and characterisation of a novel P-glycoprotein homologue from barley
  478. Genetic transformation of the C3-C4 intermediate plant, Flaveria pubescens (Asteraceae)
  479. Phosphate losses in the Woburn erosion reference experiment
  480. Effectiveness and genetic diversity of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv trifolii isolates in Portuguese soils polluted by industrial effluents
  481. Microbial parameters as indicators of toxic effects of heavy metals in the soil ecosystem
  482. Losses of phosphorus in drainage water
  483. Glutathione-dependent detoxification of xenobiotics: the role of vacuolar compartmentation
  484. Compartmentation of detoxified xenobiotics in plant cells
  485. Involvement of cytochrome P450 in glucosinolate biosynthesis in white mustard - a biochemical anomaly
  486. Decoherence - a useful paradigm for modellers?
  487. Optimal weighting of information in marker-assisted selection
  488. Soil resources and their assessment
  489. Regression and functional relations
  490. Climatic connections in inter-annual variability for the marine and land environment
  491. Eliminating pond differences with cross-over designs
  492. Using Genstat to fit continuous actuarial distributions
  493. The entry, description and extraction of data by accessing the ERA database from the world wide web
  494. Inversion of matrices with contents subject to modulo arithmetic
  495. A rational strategy for determining the number of cores for bulked sampling of soil
  496. Extraction, isolation and composition of oviposition-deterring secretion of cabbage seed weevil Ceutorhynchus assimilis
  497. Genstat for windows - an introductory course
  498. Models to estimate maternal effects for juvenile body weight in broiler chickens
  499. Effects of temperature, cultivar and isolate on the incubation period of white leaf spot (Mycosphaerella capsellae ) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  500. A bioassay for screening materials influencing feeding in the field slug Deroceras reticulatum (Müller) (Mollusca: Pulmonata)
  501. Growth of sugar beet in 1996
  502. Aphid infectivity and virus yellows forecasting
  503. The sex life of a sugar beet
  504. Pests and diseases of sugar beet: a review of 1996
  505. Siring efficiency in white clover (Trifolium repens )
  506. Estimating yield loss from light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassica ) on winter oilseed rape
  507. Exposure of asthmatic and non-asthmatic housewives to fungal propagules in Mexico City
  508. Indoor and outdoor airborne fungal propagule concentrations in Mexico City
  509. Electrophysiological responses of male potato cyst nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida , to some chemicals
  510. Tritrophic interactions: improving ecological understanding and biological control?
  511. Discrimination of oilseed rape volatiles by the honeybee: combined chemical and biological approaches
  512. Estimating chaos in an insect population
  513. Statistical aspects of field experiments
  514. Effects of commercial insecticide treatments to winter oilseed rape on parasitism of Ceutorhynchus assimilis Paykull (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) by Trichomalus perfectus (Walker) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae)
  515. Activity of MON48500, UK657 and FOE5043 on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides )
  516. Occurrence of herbicide-resistant black-grass by 1995: a compilation of results from all organisations and companies which conducted screening assays
  517. Physical factors in the dispersal of aerobiological particles
  518. Modelling the dispersal of fungal spores and pollens by wind
  519. Genotypic variation among different phenotypes within aphid clones
  520. Painting as an aid in identifying fungal spores
  521. Detection of airborne allergens
  522. Fungi and actinomycetes as allergens
  523. Health hazards from airborne fungal spores
  524. Occurrence of barley yellow mosaic and barley mild mosaic bymoviruses in Greece
  525. Why and how have the winter type white lupins been developed?
  526. Potential use of plant root pathogens as bioindicators of soil health
  527. The lipid content and fatty acid composition of hatched second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida
  528. Higher plants as a clean source of semiochemicals and genes for their biotechnological production
  529. Temperature and effects of seed-borne Botrytis cinerea or Alternaria linicola on emergence of linseed (Linum usitatissimum ) seedlings
  530. A novel technique to study fungal growth and mycotoxin production on agar
  531. Growth and co-production of aflatoxins and cyclopiazonic acid by Aspergillus flavus
  532. The influence of environmental factors on the persistence of Zoophthora radicans conidia
  533. Predicting severe light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) on winter oilseed rape in the U.K.
  534. Structure and organisation of amplicons containing the E4 esterase genes responsible for insecticide resistance in the aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  535. How to avoid bad statistics
  536. Serological identification and quantification of Heterodera avenae from processed soil samples
  537. Techniques in the study of insect pollination
  538. Observations on two commercial flower mixtures as food sources for beneficial insects in the UK
  539. Recent research on varroa and viruses at Rothamsted
  540. Changing countryside - changing forage for bees (parts 1 & 2)
  541. Influence of urban climate upon distribution of airborne Deuteromycete spore concentrations in Mexico City
  542. Contact with the host plant enhances aphid survival at low temperature
  543. Effect of wind on the dispersal of oospores of Peronosclerospora sorghi from sorghum
  544. Comparisons of isolates of the take-all fungus, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici , from different cereal sequences using DNA probes and non-molecular methods
  545. Secondary infections and diseases associated with Varroa jacobsoni
  546. Varroa and viruses
  547. Fungally-transmitted mosaic viruses of barley
  548. Sampling and rapid assay of bioaerosols (Journal of Aerosol Science Special Issue Vol. 28(3), April 1997)
  549. Changing countryside - changing forage for bees
  550. Nematodes: harmful and beneficial organisms
  551. Ground predators
  552. Butterflies
  553. Moths
  554. 'Push-Pull' strategies for pest control
  555. The effect of climate change on an aphid-coccinellid interaction
  556. Strain differences between isolates of barley yellow mosaic virus in China
  557. Characterisation of UK isolates of barley yellow mosaic virus
  558. Advanced studies on Nacobbus aberrans using scanning electron microscopy
  559. The occurrence of aphid parasitoids in arable crops in northern Pakistan
  560. Electrophysiological responses of Brugia pahangi to ivermectin
  561. Organic geochemical studies of soils from the Rothamsted Classical experiments. I. Total lipid extracts, solvent insoluble residues and humic acids from Broadbalk Wilderness
  562. Pathways for the permeation of Na+ and Cl- into protoplasts derived from the cortex of wheat roots
  563. Phosphorus loss from soil to water
  564. Genetic manipulation of photosynthesis in the C4 plant Flaveria bidentis
  565. Enhanced daytime starch turnover provides carbon for sucrose synthesis in transgenic tobacco with low triose phosphate translocator activity
  566. Sugar repression of photosynthesis: the role of carbohydrates in signalling nitrogen deficiency through source/sink imbalance
  567. Development of an acute and chronic ecotoxicity assay using lux -marked Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii
  568. Rubisco: attempts to reform a promiscuous enzyme
  569. Heavy metal uptake and chemical changes in the rhizosphere of Thlaspi caerulescens and Thlaspi ochroleucum
  570. Expression of CYP71B7, a cytochrome P450 expressed sequence tag from Arabidopsis thaliana
  571. Synthesis of 2'-carboxy-D-arabinitol-1-phosphate in French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.): a search for precursors
  572. Cadmium and zinc in plants and soil solutions from contaminated soils
  573. The plant vacuole (Advances in Botanical Research, Vol. 25)
  574. Sucrose storage in sugar beet
  575. Solute composition of vacuoles
  576. Agriculture and fisheries
  577. Hamamelose is actively metabolised in leaves and involved in regulation of photosynthesis
  578. Importance of farming practice on the isolation frequency of Thermoactinomyces species
  579. Proline biosynthesis in the developing wheat embryos
  580. The use of infra-red gas analysis to measure rates of photosynthesis of plants
  581. Detoxification of xenobiotics by plants: chemical modification and vacuolar compartmentation
  582. Detoxification of xenobiotics in plant cells by glutathione conjugation and vacuolar compartmentation: a fluorescent assay using monochlorobimane
  583. Analysis of monoterpenoids in glandular trichomes of the catmint Nepeta racemosa
  584. Spatially distinct expression of two new cytochrome P450s in leaves of Nepeta racemosa : identification of a trichome-specific isoform
  585. Biosynthesis of benylglucosinolate, cyanogenic glucosides and phenylpropanoids in Carica papaya
  586. Genetic manipulation of photosynthesis to study carbon assimilation, metabolism, growth and allocation
  587. Studies on naturally occuring inhibitors of Rubisco
  588. Multiple inward channels provide flexibility in Na+/K+ discrimination at the plasma membrane of barley suspension culture cells
  589. A critical review of the value of buffer zone environments as a pollution control tool
  590. Using models in risk assessment of pollutant losses from agricultural land to water
  591. Detecting chaotic dynamics of insect populations from long-term survey data
  592. Likelihood ratio tests for fixed model terms using residual maximum likelihood
  593. Structure of a Genstat userfile
  594. Gibbs sampling, adaptive rejection sampling and robustness to prior specification for a mixed linear model
  595. Strengthening biometry to improve the quality of agricultural research
  596. Strengthening biometry and statistics in agricultural research. Summary report and recommendations of a CTA/University of Hohenheim workshop
  597. Interactions between two aphid natural enemies, the entomopathogenic fungus Erynia neoaphidis Remaudiere & Hennebert (Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales) and the predatory beetle Coccinella septempunctata L. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
  598. Nectar and flower production in Vicia faba L. (field bean) at ambient and elevated carbon dioxide
  599. Multivariate spatial analysis of a pollen core
  600. Multivariate, autocorrelation and spectral analyses of a pollen profile from Scotland and evidence for periodicity
  601. How big should on-farm trials be and how many plots should be measured?
  602. The potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium and phosphate nutrition of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris ) grown on soils containing incorporated straw
  603. First steps in the use of aphid sex pheromones
  604. Studies on the persistence of rape seeds (Brassica napus L.), emphasizing their response to light
  605. "Inchworm, inchworm, measuring the marigolds...": biometry in action. (University of Greenwich Inaugural Lecture Series)
  606. Desiccation survival and water contents of entomopathogenic nematodes, Steinernema spp. (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae)
  607. Comparison of commonly used samplers with a novel bioaerosol sampler with automatic plate exchange
  608. Harmonic radar: a new technique for investigating bumblebee and honey bee foraging flight
  609. Desiccation survival of populations of the entomopathogenic nematodes Steinernema feltiae and Heterorhabditis megidis from Greece and the UK
  610. Characterisation of Nacobbus aberrans from Mexico and South America
  611. Guest editorial
  612. Changes in parasite gene expression in response to host-derived stimuli
  613. Changes in gene expression during stimulation and hatching of the potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis
  614. Effects of temperature, water activity and incubation time on production of aflatoxins and cyclopiazonic acid by an isolate of Aspergillus flavus in surface agar culture
  615. Immunoassays for the quantification of plant parasitic nematodes and their potential application to Nacobbus aberrans
  616. Modulated immunogenicity of a 27kDa Schistosoma mansoni larval protease associated with protective immunity
  617. The relationship between pellet size and the quantity of imidacloprid applied to sugar beet pellets and the consequences for seedling emergence
  618. Identification and characterisation of Meloidogyne incognita secretions using monoclonal antibodies
  619. The agronomy of some herbaceous crops grown for energy in Southern England
  620. Pathogenicity of fungi associated with winter loss and injury in white lupin
  621. Impact assessment for participatory research
  622. Residual maximum likelihood estimation of (Co) variance components in multivariate mixed linear models using average information
  623. Assessing the risk of soil contamination in the Swiss Jura using indicator geostatistics
  624. Requirements for effective modelling strategies
  625. Comparative performance of British hill sheep breeds and crosses
  626. Biotechnology of wheat quality
  627. The natural history of salicylic acid: plant product and mammalian medicine
  628. Regulation of Rubisco by inhibitors in the light
  629. Molecular investigations of plant cytochrome P450. PhD thesis, University College London
  630. The value of long-term field experiments in agricultural, ecological and environmental research
  631. Buffer zones: current concerns and future directions
  632. Introduction
  633. Turnover of plant plasma membrane transporters. PhD thesis, Oxford Brookes University
  634. Evaluation of techniques for screening the ability of rice roots to grow against mechanical impedance
  635. Iron uptake in wheat. PhD thesis, Kings College University of London
  636. Buffer zones: their processes and potential in water protection
  637. Dual resistance threat to insecticides' efficacy
  638. The recovery of 15N-labelled fertilizer applied to Miscanthus x giganteus
  639. A decision-support system for pesticide environmental preregistration assessment
  640. A revised polytomous key for the identification of the genus Longidorus Micoletzky, 1922 (Nematoda: Dorylaimoidea)
  641. Sugar repression of photosynthesis: the role of carbohydrates in signalling nitrogen deficiency through source:sink imbalance
  642. Analysis of hatching and lipid content of potato cyst nematodes (Globodera spp.)
  643. Chemical studies on cyclopentanoid biosynthesis
  644. The practicality of managing herbicide resistance in black-grass and other grass-weeds: research background
  645. Statistical literature for participatory on-farm research
  646. Optimizing plot size and shape for field experiments on terraces
  647. Biomass carbon measurements and substrate utilization patterns of microbial populations from soils amended with cadmium, copper or zinc
  648. Monitoring population change and diversity
  649. The butterflies and moths of Bedfordshire
  650. Control of aphids and barley yellow dwarf virus in spring-sown cereals
  651. The importance of patch mapping resolution for sprayer control
  652. Prospects for developing a forecasting scheme to optimise use of fungicides for disease control on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  653. Gaseous nitrogen exchange with intensive grazed grassland
  654. Integration of soil testing and modelling as a basis for fertiliser recommendations for grassland
  655. Developing fertiliser recommendations for grassland
  656. On-farm evaluation of N fertiliser patterns for grazed grassland as prescribed by a simulation model for optimal efficiency of N use
  657. Utilization of slurry on grazed and silage grass during the growing season
  658. Net mineralisation in grassland soils: effect of cultivation
  659. The potential of lotus species as low-input forage legumes
  660. Predicting the contribution of N supplies from organic matter in grassland soils
  661. Phosphorus loss from grassland soils: implications of land management for the quality of receiving waters
  662. Optimising nitrogen flows in mixed farming systems
  663. Nutrition of goats
  664. A structure for modelling post-absorptive nitrogen metabolism in the lactating dairy cow
  665. Experimental and monitoring studies of the use of raised water-levels for grassland rehabilitation in lowland ESAs
  666. Diagnostic requirements for N management in grasslands
  667. Applications of biomathematics to rumen microbiology
  668. Quantification of nitrogen dynamics in ecological mixed farming systems
  669. White clover in organic farming
  670. Effects of farming system on vegetation of field margins
  671. Whole farm nutrient budgets: a case study at Duchy home farm
  672. Flora
  673. Soils and nutrient flows
  674. Variation of leaf N isotope composition in relation to clover density
  675. Variation in 15N natural abundance of soil, humic fractions and plant materials in disturbed and undisturbed grasslands
  676. Use of GPS to identify the grazing areas of hill sheep
  677. Use of cues by grazing animals to locate food patches: an example with sheep
  678. Use of an electronic nose to measure odour concentration following application of cattle slurry to grassland
  679. Use of a flowing helium atmosphere incubation technique to measure the effects of denitrification controls applied to intact cores of a clay soil
  680. Uptake of amino nitrogen by Lolium perenne L.
  681. Understanding why grazing sheep prefer mixed diets: a requirement for continual sampling of foraging space?
  682. Understanding the links between physiological responses, stress and community ecology in grassland
  683. Understanding the links between physiological responses, stress and community ecology in grassland communities
  684. Trials to evaluate cultural control methods for docks
  685. Transfer of phosphorus from soil to water: implications for use of fertilisers
  686. The way forward with environmentally sensitive areas
  687. The use of natural abundance of 15N to study gross N transfers in grass-clover mixtures
  688. The role of grasslands adjacent to farm buildings and slurry spreading in capturing emitted ammonia
  689. The response to S of a cut ryegrass pasture in south west England
  690. The potential of white clover
  691. The potential of a clover:cereal bi-cropping system to produce high quality whole-crop silage
  692. The potential for nitrate leaching in reseeded swards
  693. The importance and potential of endophytic fungi in grassland in England and Wales
  694. The frit-fly menace
  695. The fate of nitrogen from organic manures
  696. The extent and pathways of transfer of organic N from fertilised and unfertilised grassland
  697. The effect of weather on nitrate leaching from grassland
  698. The effect of soil warming on the 13C and 14C content in soil leachates from three British upland soils
  699. The effect of level of concentrate offered in parlour on intake and grazing behaviour by lactating dairy cows
  700. The development of user friendly systems for on-farm estimation of the available nitrogen content in solid manures and slurries
  701. The agricultural productivity of lowland semi-natural grassland: a review
  702. Sward state and ingestive behaviour by Friesian dairy heifers under rotational grazing
  703. Suitability of wild flower species for introduction on sites targeted for increased biodiversity
  704. Spatial variability of nitrous oxide fluxes from grasslands: differences between soil types
  705. Sources of variation in ammonia emission factors for manure applications to grassland
  706. Soil-derived phosphorus in surface runoff from grazed grassland
  707. Soil seed banks in European grassland: does land use affect regeneration perspectives?
  708. Soil derived phosphorus in surface runoff from grassland lysimeters
  709. Slurry management for grazing pastures
  710. Size distribution of colloidal molybdate reactive phosphorus in river waters and soil solution
  711. Short range deposition of ammonia from grazing animals
  712. Re-seeding early will save you money
  713. Review of recent MAFF and other UK research on biodiversity relevant to ESA management
  714. Response of soil microbial biomass to fertilizer
  715. Report on a visit to Halle, Germany, to discuss research on fungal endophytes in grasses, 10-12 November 1997
  716. Report on a visit to New Zealand: a British Council funded exchange with additional support from a Stapledon Travelling Fellowship and BGS Bursary, 29 November 1996 - 6 January 1997
  717. Relationship between soil nutrients and plant diversity in grasslands: definition of limits for the maintenance and the reconstruction of species-rich communities
  718. Reduction of odorous compounds in pig manure by lowering dietary crude protein
  719. Reducing nitrogen emissions from complete dairy farm systems
  720. Recent and on-going research with Lotus (Birdsfoot trefoil) at IGER
  721. Rates of passage of digesta in sheep grazing grass or white clover
  722. Rapid methods for slurry nitrogen analysis
  723. Rapid determination of dissolved organic phosphorus in soil leachates and runoff waters by flow injection analysis with on-line photo-oxidation
  724. Protein crops for ruminants
  725. Preliminary investigation of breath sampling as a monitor of health in dairy cattle
  726. Potential of fungal endophytes in breeding grasses with improved persistence
  727. Phosphorus losses from grassland soils: new understanding and concepts
  728. Phosphorus leaching below grassland soils
  729. Pests of grass and forage crops
  730. Pests and diseases of grassland
  731. Performance of sheep in simple spatial memory tasks
  732. Occurrence of Acremonium endophytes in wild populations of Lolium spp. in European countries and a relationship between level of infection and climate in France
  733. Nitrous oxide emissions from grazed grassland
  734. Nitrous oxide emissions from excreta from a simulated grazing pattern and fertilizer application to grassland
  735. Nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions from grassland following applications of slurry: potential abatement practices
  736. Nitrogen flows in mixed farming systems
  737. Nitrate leaching from sandy loam soils under a double-cropping forage system estimated from suction-probe measurements
  738. Nitrate leaching from grassland receiving conventional and model-prescribed patterns of N fertilizer
  739. New developments with whole-crop silage
  740. N2O, NO and NO2 fluxes from a grassland: effect of soil pH
  741. N cycle: the nitrogen cycle in grazed grassland
  742. Multi-site experiments on the restoration of botanically diverse grassland in ESAs
  743. Models for interpreting in vitro gas production profiles from ruminant feeds
  744. Modelling post-absorptive protein and amino acid metabolism in the ruminant
  745. Model of milk protein synthesis. A mechanistic model of milk protein synthesis in the lactating bovine mammary gland
  746. Mineralisation of organic nitrogen from animal manures
  747. Methane production by grazing livestock
  748. Methane emissions from grazing sheep and calves
  749. Methane and nitrous oxide emissions following applications of manures to grassland
  750. Measurement of intake rate, bite mass and bite rate by grazing dairy cows and the effect of time of day
  751. Mass balances of phosphorus in dairy farm soils
  752. Managing daily intake by dry cows when grazing
  753. Management for plant and butterfly species diversity on organically farmed grassland field margins
  754. Lowland wet grasslands in ESAs
  755. Long-term impacts of elevated CO2 interacting with N availability on the sequestering of carbon in grassland soil
  756. Limitations of palatability as a concept in food intake and diet selection studies
  757. LEGSIL legume silages for milk production
  758. Ionic contents of leachate from grassland soils: a comparison between ceramic suction cups and drainage
  759. Introduction of annual forage species (Secale cereale and Lolium multiflorum ) into permanent swards: a technique to improve early season herbage production and nitrogen uptake
  760. Integration of in vitro parameters by mechanistic modelling to predict recycling of microbial nitrogen in the rumen
  761. Integrated modelling and soil testing for improved fertilizer recommendations for grassland
  762. Individual amino acid 15N/14N analysis at natural abundance levels: a new tool for soil organic matter dynamics studies in agricultural systems
  763. Incipient S deficiency in the grassland soils of SW England
  764. Impact of pests and diseases on survival and growth of white clover seedlings - results of experiments 1997
  765. Impact of inorganic fertiliser on soil seed bank of species-rich meadows on the Somerset levels and moors ESA
  766. Impact of inorganic fertilizer on soil seed bank of species-rich meadows on the Somerset Levels and Moors ESA
  767. Impact of diet-specific input parameters on simulated rumen function
  768. Herbage varieties and species - achievements and future opportunities
  769. Grazing behaviour of ruminants
  770. Grassland management systems based on low inputs of fertilizer and utilization of slurry
  771. Grassland management practices and their effects on botanical composition
  772. Grass and forage crops
  773. Gradients of atmospheric ammonia concentrations and deposition downwind of ammonia emissions: first results of the ADEPT Burrington Moor experiment
  774. Gaseous Nitrogen Emissions from Grasslands
  775. Exploitation of a sustainable low-input and reduced output system for arable crops
  776. Exploitation of a sustainable low-input and reduced output system for arable crops
  777. Experimental and monitoring studies of the use of raised water-levels for grassland rehabilitation in lowland ESAs
  778. Evaluation of a model integrating protein and energy metabolism in preruminant calves
  779. Evaluation of a fungal endophyte (Neotyphodium lolii ) for control of leatherjackets (Tipula spp.) in perennial ryegrass
  780. Estimation of biochemical oxygen demand in slurry and effluents using ultra-violet spectrophotometry
  781. Establishing guidelines for reducing adult Sitona weevil damage in the field
  782. Emission processes and their interactions in grassland soils
  783. Efficient milk production from grass
  784. Efficiency in grassland systems for production and the environment
  785. Effects of spring fertilizer nitrogen and sward height on production from perennial ryegrass/white clover swards grazed by beef cattle
  786. Effects of method and time of slurry application to grassland on silage quality
  787. Effects of long-term fertilizer and manure treatments on the distribution and 15N natural abundance of amino acids in the Palace Lease meadow hay plots
  788. Effects of long-term nitrogen management strategies on 15N natural abundance and distribution of amino acids in agricultural soils
  789. Effects of including yarrow and chicory in grass/white clover swards fertilized with cattle slurry
  790. Effects of abomasal fat infusion on dry matter intake, milk production and splanchnic metabolism in dairy cows at two stages of lactation
  791. Effect of timing of slurry spreading on production in dairy cows
  792. Effect of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus fasciculatum on the uptake of amino nitrogen by Lolium perenne L.
  793. Effect of sward surface height on intake and grazing behaviour by lactating Holstein Friesian cows
  794. Effect of fungicide seed treatments on establishment of cocksfoot and timothy
  795. Effect of dicyandiamide on Nitrous oxide flux following return of animal excreta to grassland
  796. Does supplementation with different feed types alter the preference by grazing ewes for grass and clover?
  797. Diversity of plant and butterfly species on organic farmland field margins in relation to management
  798. Diurnal patterns of intake rate by sheep grazing monocultures of ryegrass or white clover
  799. Distinguishing bites and chews in recordings of the grazing jaw movements of cattle
  800. Dissolved humic substances in water from drained and undrained grazed grassland in SW England
  801. Dietary preferences of domestic ruminants
  802. Diet preferences of adult sheep and goats grazing ryegrass and white clover
  803. Development of a helium atmosphere soil incubation technique for direct measurement of nitrous oxide and dinitrogen fluxes during denitrification
  804. Determination of total dissolved phosphorus in soil solutions
  805. Determination of controls over denitrification using a flowing helium atmosphere system
  806. Description of a model integrating protein and energy metabolism in preruminant calves
  807. Decrease in potassium availability in species-rich hay meadows at Tadham on the Somerset levels and Moors - cause for concern?
  808. Decrease in potassium availability in species-rich hay meadows at Tadham on the Somerset levels and moors - cause for concern?
  809. Decomposition of tree leaf litters in mixtures: CO2 and N release
  810. Cultural methods of dock control in permanent pasture
  811. Control of odours by dietary manipulation
  812. Control by dietary manipulation of emissions from pig slurry following landspreading
  813. Compound-specific delta15N amino acid signals in palaeosols as indicators of early land use: a preliminary study
  814. Compound specific 15N/14N amino acid analysis at natural abundance levels: a new tool for soil organic matter dynamic studies in agricultural systems
  815. Comparison of the herbage yields of three kale (Brassica oleracea L.) cultivars
  816. Comparison of the effect of slurry application techniques on ammonia volatilization
  817. Clover:cereal by-cropping - the effect on carabid beetle predatory ability
  818. Clover:cereal bi-cropping with reduced agrochemical inputs - the yields and costs
  819. Clover:cereal bi-cropping
  820. Clover:cereal bi-cropping
  821. Clover:cereal bicropping: the effect on carabid beetle predation efficiency
  822. Clover:cereal bi-cropping
  823. Characterisation of odorous compounds and emissions from slurries produced from weaner pigs fed dry feed and liquid diets
  824. Causes of inaccurate prediction of volatile fatty acids by simulation models of rumen function in lactating cows
  825. Carabid beetles in a bi-cropping system
  826. Carabid beetles in a bi-cropping system
  827. Bite dimensions and grazing severity for cattle and sheep
  828. Biogeochemical significance of membrane and ultrafilter separation of low-molecular-weight molybdate-reactive phosphorus in soil and river waters
  829. Benefits of including yarrow and chicory in grass/white clover swards fertilized with cattle slurry
  830. Behavioural strategies of dairy cows grazing swards of different surface heights
  831. Avoiding pollution with P on grassland
  832. Association learning by sheep for discriminating between ryegrass and white clover
  833. Application of unsupervised clustering methods to the assessment of malodour in agriculture using an array of conducting polymer odour sensors
  834. Animal manure management and nitrogen supply
  835. Animal grazing/intake terminology and definitions
  836. An evaluation of different mathematical approaches to predicting microbial protein supply in ruminants
  837. An automatic system to record foraging behaviour in free-ranging ruminants
  838. An automatic system to monitor lying, standing and walking behaviour of grazing animals
  839. An algorithm for the automatic processing of recordings of foraging behaviour by cattle
  840. Ammonia emissions from beef cattle bedded on straw
  841. Ammonia emissions from hardstandings used by cattle
  842. Ammonia emissions following the land spreading of solid manures
  843. Ammonia emission factors for N fertilizers applied to two contrasting grassland soils
  844. Agriculture as a source of phosphorus transfer to water: sources and pathways
  845. Agriculture as a source of phosphorus pollution in water
  846. Activity bout criteria for grazing dairy cows
  847. Acceptability of Lotus spp. as a food source for two species of lepidopteran larvae
  848. Absence of carbon isotope fractionation of individual n-alkanes in a 23 year field decomposition experiment with Calluna vulgaris
  849. A spatially explicit simulation of herbivore-sward interactions
  850. A simple technique for recording root and shoot growth in plants
  851. A review of insect and slug damage to white clover (Trifolium repens ) in the UK
  852. A model to describe growth patterns of the mammary gland during pregnancy and lactation
  853. A model for quantifying the contribution of extracellularly-derived peptides to milk protein synthesis in the ruminant mammary gland
  854. A life in clover
  855. A farm-scale study on the use of clinoptilolite zeolite and DeOdorase (R) for reducing odour and ammonia emissions from broiler houses
  856. A comparison of triple superphosphate and Gafsa ground rock phosphate fertilisers as P-sources for grass-clover swards
  857. A comparison of animal output and nitrogen leaching losses recorded from drained fertilized grass and grass/clover pasture
  858. Abstracts of Communications. Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Meeting of the Agricultural Research Modellers' Group
  859. The biology of Sitona weevils in forage legumes