1. Sante avez-vous pris votre nitrate?
  2. Development of an Indicator for Risk of Phosphorus Leaching
  3. Development of a fungal biological control agent for potato cyst nematodes in Jersey
  4. Avez-vous pris votre nitrate?
  5. Desaturase (Patent EP 1042485 A2)
  6. Polysaturated Fatty Acid (pufa) Elongase From Caenorhabditis Elegans (Patent WO 2000/055330 A1)
  7. Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid (pufa) Elongase From Caenorhabditis Elegans (Patent CA 2365096 A1)
  8. Desaturase Genes And Their Use (Patent EP 1032682 A1)
  9. Laboratory and field experiments towards the development of an attract and kill strategy for the control of the codling moth, Cydia pomonella
  10. Enumerative sampling plans for grasshopper egg pods in northern Benin
  11. Identification and analysis of proteins that interact with the Avena fatua homologue of the maize transcription factor VIVIPAROUS 1
  12. Referee voices criticisms
  13. Monoterpenoid biosynthesis in glandular trichomes of labiate plants
  14. Modeling soil carbon dynamics in tropical ecosystems
  15. Interactions of the developmental regulator ABI3 with proteins identified from developing Arabidopsis seeds
  16. Genetically modified crops: methodology, benefits, regulation and public concerns
  17. Molecular tools for detecting genetic diversity
  18. An analysis of genetic diversity in coconut (Cocos nucifera) populations from across the geographic range using sequence-tagged microsatellites (SSRs) and AFLPs
  19. The targeting and accumulation of ectopically expressed oleosin in non-seed tissues of Arabidopsis thaliana
  20. In vivo targeting of a sunflower oil body protein in yeast secretory (sec) mutants
  21. Heterologous reconstitution in yeast of the polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthetic pathway
  22. Fungi for controlling aphids. SAPPIO Programme factsheet
  23. Antisense expression of a SnRK1 protein kinase sequence in transgenic barley (Hordeum vulgare L.): evidence of an important role for SnRK1 protein kinase in carbohydrate metabolism during pollen development
  24. Determination of the rate of production and size of conidia of the aphid-pathogenic fungus Erynia neoaphidis using image analysis
  25. Characterisation of native entomophthoralean fungi associated with Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) in the Bajio region, Guanajuato, Mexico
  26. A laboratory trial demonstrating that Erynia neoaphidis is able to overwinter in aphid cadavers at low relative humidity
  27. Farm scale evaluations of GM crops: effects of the management of field scale releases of genetically-modified herbicide-tolerant crops on the abundance and diversity of farmland wildlife. Interim report 20 October 2000
  28. Wheat gluten. Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop Gluten 2000 held at the University of Bristol on 2-6 April 2000
  29. Genetic structure and dispersal in cereal aphid populations
  30. A study of pathogenicity and amino acid metabolism in Stagonospora nodorum. PhD University of Bristol
  31. Management of potato nematodes
  32. Monitoring and management of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae . Final Report on MAFF Project No PT0220
  33. A role for trehalose metabolism in resource allocation in plants
  34. Genetic manipulation of photosynthesis (Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 51, GMP Special Issue)
  35. Morphological and growth responses of woody plant seedlings to flooding of the central Amazon floodplain forests
  36. Insecticide resistance in whiteflies
  37. Soil and plant phosphate
  38. Some aspects of nitrogen use efficiency in arable agriculture
  39. Generation of a Zea mays mutator grid and its use in the isolation and partial characterisation of a mutator-tagged mutant of the glutamine synthetase 1-4 gene
  40. A comparison of a nitrogen budget for a conventional and an organic farming systems
  41. Herbicide tolerant crops
  42. Forecasting as an aid to control stem canker of winter oilseed rape
  43. Switch-on to grass
  44. Changes in soil microbial properties as indicators of adverse effects of heavy metals
  45. Management of cotton leaf curl virus disease in India
  46. Assessment of algicidal activity against Cladophora glomerata in a 14-day laboratory bioassay and assessment of algicidal activity in an 8 week outdoor trial. (Technical report to Tetra GmbH)
  47. Herbicide risk assessment for non-target aquatic plants - extrapolation from lab to pond
  48. Assessment of the efficacy of Snail Away for the control of snails and assessment of Snail Away to non-target aquatic macrophytes. Technical report to Interpet Ltd
  49. Herbicide risk assessment for non-target aquatic plants
  50. Herbicide risk assessment for non-target aquatic plants - extrapolation from lab to pond
  51. Success in biological control of plant pathogens and nematodes by microorganisms
  52. Electrophysiological activity during recovery from anhydrobiosis in fourth stage juveniles of Ditylenchus dipsaci
  53. The importance of tropical root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) and factors affecting the utility of Pasteuria penetrans as a biocontrol agent
  54. Spatial distribution of potato cyst nematode and the potential for varying nematicide application
  55. Four new species of Xiphinema Cobb (Dorylaimida) lacking anterior ovary from South America
  56. The economic impact of the potato cyst nematode Globodera Pallida Stone 1973 on potato production world-wide
  57. The economic impact of Globodera rostochiensis (Wollenweber, 1923) Behrens 1975 on potato production world-wide
  58. Spatial analysis in horticulture - weed seeds and brassica pests
  59. Analysis of the complete genome sequence of black queen-cell virus, a picorna-like virus of honey bees
  60. Molecular methods to study the rhizosphere interactions of Verticillium chlamydosporium
  61. Changes in basal respiration and soil microbial biomass under LIFE management
  62. Density, distribution and dispersal of the carabid beetle Nebria brevicolis in two adjacent cereal fields
  63. The use of pollen cues in resource location by a pollinator and a pest
  64. Effects of cultivar and fungicides on stem-base pathogens, determined by quantitative PCR, and on diseases and yield of wheat
  65. Resistance risk assessment of cereal eyespot, Tapesia yallundae and Tapesia acuformis , to the anilinopyrimidine fungicide, cyprodinil
  66. Revised estimates of the carbon mitigation potential of UK agricultural land
  67. Including trace gas fluxes in estimates of the carbon mitigation potential of UK agricultural land
  68. Organic pollutants: fate in soils and bioremediation
  69. Airborne volatiles from Melinis minutiflora P. Beauv., a non-host plant of the spotted stem borer
  70. Regulation of Arabidopsis root development by nitrate availability
  71. Comparison of cryofixation and aldehyde fixation for plant actin immunocytochemistry: aldehydes do not destroy F-actin
  72. Modelling and analysing outliers in spatial lattice data
  73. Technologies for crop improvement in the 21st century
  74. Effects of mutations on the thermodynamics of a protein folding reaction: implications for the mechanism of formation of the intermediate and transition states
  75. Differential ion accumulation and ion fluxes in the mesophyll and epidermis of barley
  76. Workshop on Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Gibberellins, Madrid, 27-29 March 2000
  77. Hormone Engineering in Plants [La manipulation des hormones chez les plantes]
  78. Qualitative analysis of indigo precursors from woad by HPLC and HPLC-MS
  79. Evaluating potassium fertilisers for organic farming
  80. Precise pest control
  81. Nitrate transporters in plants: structure, function and regulation
  82. The decay of linkage disequilibrium under random union of gametes: how to calculate Bennett's principal components
  83. Effects of prohexadione-Ca on gibberellin levels in young apple shoots
  84. Genetics of root hair development
  85. Preface to Recent and paleo-pedogenesis as tools for modelling past and future global change (Catena special issue)
  86. Thermoanalytical characterization of high molecular weight glutenin subunits. Water effect on their glass transition
  87. Genetic diversity within and among landraces of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum ) under farmer management in West Africa
  88. Rapid detection of propanil and fenoxaprop resistance in Echinochloa colona
  89. Gibberellin metabolism: new insights revealed by the genes
  90. A rapid chloroform-fumigation extraction method for measuring soil microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen in flooded rice soils
  91. Gibberellins and seed development in maize. I. Evidence that gibberellin/ abscisic acid balance governs germination versus maturation pathways
  92. The effect of iron concentration, hindered settling, saturating cation and aggregate density of clays on the size distribution determined by gravitation X-ray sedimentometry
  93. Bryophyte biomass and species richness on the Park Grass Experiment, Rothamsted, UK
  94. Differences in glucosinolate patterns and arbuscular mycorrhizal status of glucosinolate-containing plant species
  95. Forecasting light leaf spot on winter oilseed rape (HGCA Oilseeds Project Report No. OS41)
  96. Transport costs do not negate the benefits of agricultural carbon mitigation options
  97. Considering manure and carbon sequestration
  98. The effect of three or five years of set-aside on the husbandry and grain yield of subsequent cereal crops in the UK
  99. The efficiency of different sulphur fertilisers under UK conditions (HGCA Project Report No. 222)
  100. A simple sequence repeat-based linkage map of barley
  101. Nitrogen balances for households in the mid-hills of Nepal
  102. Heterogeneous nature of a 'new' pathotype of Melampsora rust on Salix revealed by AFLP
  103. Overexpression, purification and in vitro refolding of the 11S globulin from amaranth seed in Escherichia coli
  104. Simulation of pesticide leaching at Vredepeel and Brimstone Farm using the macropore model PLM
  105. Identification of potential vectors of the coconut lethal disease phytoplasma
  106. Crop biotechnology. Where now?
  107. Influx, efflux and net uptake of nitrate in Quercus suber seedlings
  108. Chemical and biological characteristics of alkaline saline soils from the former Lake Texcoco as affected by artificial drainage
  109. Sequentially extracted arsenic from different size fractions of contaminated soils
  110. Regulation of assimilate partitioning in leaves
  111. Genetic exchange in Metarhizium anisopliae strains co-infecting Phaedon cochleariae is revealed by molecular markers
  112. Dry matter and nitrogen accumulation during pod wall development of white lupin genotypes differing in proportion of pod walls
  113. Characterization of nuclear microsatellites in Pinus halepensis Mill. and their inheritance in P. halepensis and Pinus brutia Ten.
  114. Ascorbate function and associated transport systems in plants
  115. The impact of dimethoate on the spatial distribution of beneficial arthropods in winter wheat
  116. Genetic manipulation of photosynthetic CO2 assimilation in wheat
  117. Diversity of the bacterial hyperparasite Pasteuria penetrans in relation to root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) control on Acacia holosericea
  118. A GAL4-like protein is involved in the switch between biotrophic and necrotrophic phases of the infection process of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum on common bean
  119. Conservation of microsatellite loci within the genus Vitis
  120. Late control of weeds in GM herbicide-tolerant sugarbeet to reduce aphid attack
  121. Can work on resistance mechanisms contribute to resistance management?
  122. Iron uptake by fungi: contrasted mechanisms with internal or external reduction
  123. Slow decline: a new disease of mature date palms in North Africa associated with a phytoplasma
  124. First report of a phytoplasma associated with a disease of date palms in North Africa
  125. Microfibril orientation in wood cells: new angles on an old topic
  126. Diagnosis, forecasting, risk assessment and control of stem-base diseases of wheat using new molecular technologies (HGCA Project Report No. 216)
  127. Antisense suppression of 2-cysteine peroxiredoxin in arabidopsis specifically enhances the activities and expression of enzymes associated with ascorbate metabolism but not glutathione metabolism
  128. Global change and the challenges for agriculture and forestry
  129. Inter- and intra-specific variation in destruxin production by insect pathogenic Metarhizium spp., and its significance to pathogenesis
  130. Development of diagnostic procedures for Pyrenopeziza brassicae on winter oilseed rape
  131. Status of pesticide resistance in UK populations of the glasshouse whitefly, Trialleurodes vaporariorum and the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae
  132. Insecticide resistance and its implications for the field performance of pesticides
  133. The role of B-type esterases in conferring insecticide resistance in the tobacco whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Genn)
  134. Effects of foliar sprays of azoxystrobin on take-all in wheat
  135. Modelling changes in soil organic matter after planting fast-growing Pinus radiata on Mediterranean agricultural soils
  136. In situ remediation of contaminated soil by plants (Phytorem)
  137. Soil contamination
  138. CRACK-NP, development of a model for predicting pollutant transport in cracking clay soils
  139. Nitrate leaching from the Broadbalk wheat experiment, Rothamsted, UK, as controlled by fertiliser and manure inputs and the weather
  140. Modelling changes in the organic carbon content of Japanese volcanic soils using the Rothamsted Carbon Model. Report on the two weeks work in Japan (Internal report for NIAES-Tsukaba)
  141. Harmonic radar: progress in the use of this new technique to study bee flight
  142. Within-field distributions of the seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis (Paykull) and its parasitoid, Trichomalus perfectus (Walker), on winter oilseed rape
  143. Integrated management of pest and beneficial insects on oilseeds (Final report for MAFF project AR0203)
  144. Isolation of two putative acyl-acyl carrier protein desaturase enzymes from Kochia scoparia
  145. Spatial relationships between a predator and pest infestation in winter rape and releveance to integrated pest management strategies
  146. Spatio-temporal relationships between Psylliodes chrysocephala (cabbage stem flea beetle) larvae and predatory carabid beetles in a crop of winter oilseed rape
  147. Relationships between phoma leaf spot and development of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in southern England
  148. Variations in ribosomal DNA sequences and phylogeny of Globodera parasitising solanaceous plants
  149. Mutagenesis of the borage delta 6 fatty acid desaturase
  150. The use of field margins in the manipulation of parasitoids for aphid control in arable crops
  151. Aphid-induced plant volatiles influencing parasitoid behaviour
  152. Host selection strategies by the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi
  153. Temporal variance-mean relationships for logarithmic- transformed insect catches in light trap samples adjusted for lunar phases
  154. Genetic diversity in clonal lineages
  155. An unusual desaturase in Aquilegia vulgaris
  156. Chimeras of delta6-fatty acid and delta8-sphingolipid desaturases
  157. Technical and institutional options for sorghum grain mold management and the potential for impact on the poor: overview and recommendations
  158. Principles for regulatory testing and interpretation of semi-field and field studies with non-target arthropods
  159. Production of C20 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) by pathway engineering: identification of a PUFA elongase component from Caenorhabditis elegans
  160. Minimizing pesticide use and environmental impact by the development and promotion of bio-control strategies for oilseed rape pests. Final Report (FAIR-CT 96-1314)
  161. Potential of naphthoquinones as botanical insecticides
  162. Botanical insecticides: acceptability of established practices and challenges in developing new ones
  163. Seeking novel symptomatic MS treatments using electrophysiological screens for Na+ channel modulators
  164. Effect of botanical insecticides on the foraging and feeding behavior of the coccinellid predator Cryptolaemus montrouzieri
  165. Are natural products still a source of innovation in crop protection?
  166. A nematicidal metabolite from Verticillium chlamydosporium
  167. Production of efrapeptins by Tolypocladium species and evaluation of their insecticidal and antimicrobial properties
  168. The potential of natural naphthoquinones as the basis for a new class of pest control agents - an overview of research at IACR-Rothamsted
  169. Morphological and metabolic changes in transgenic wheat with altered glycerol-3-phosphate acyltransferase or acyl-acyl carrier protein (ACP) thioesterase activities
  170. Improvement of durum wheat quality by genetic engineering
  171. Investigation of the function of the propeptide of plant polygalacturonases from clade B
  172. Identification of transposon-tagged genes by the random sequencing of Mutator -tagged DNA fragments from Zea mays
  173. Maize genomics
  174. Technique for cloning and sequencing the ends of bacterial artificial chromosome inserts
  175. Characterisation and analysis of microsatellite loci in a mangrove species, Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh. (Avicenniaceae)
  176. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the benthic seaweed, Cladophoropsis membranacea (Cladophorales, Chlorophyta)
  177. Microsatellites for barren brome (Anisantha sterilis)
  178. Genetic interactions during root hair morphogenesis in Arabidopsis
  179. AB13 emerges from the seed
  180. Crop yellowing - what are the causes?
  181. 'Bertie' the beet
  182. Weed beet update (one years seeding - ? years weeding)
  183. Disease resistance in collections of Beta species
  184. Exploiting novel sources of disease resistance in Beta germplasm using molecular markers
  185. Uromyces beticola
  186. Erisiphe betae
  187. Sugar production in Turkey
  188. Transgenic virus-resistant sugar beet: studies of heterologous encapsidation, and of gene flow via pollen (Confidential report for DETR)
  189. The ecology and control of the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae in sugar beet
  190. Novel seed treatments to control soil pests of sugar beet
  191. Understanding the soil pest complex
  192. Herbicide tolerant GM crop trials - BRIGHT and the field scale evaluations compared
  193. BRIGHT and field-scale evaluations - herbicide tolerant GM trials
  194. Parametric intensity and the spatial arrangement of the terrestrial mollusc herbivores Deroceras reticulatum and Arion intermedius
  195. Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of Tomicus piniperda and Tomicus minor (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to non-host leaf and bark volatiles
  196. Analysis of chemosensory responses of second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis using electrophysiological techniques
  197. Infectivity of populations of the entomopathogenic nematodes Steinernema feltiae and Heterorhabditis megidis in relation to temperature, age and lipid content
  198. Movement of aphid parasitoids over different spatial scales studied using molecular markers
  199. Investigation of genetic variability of aphids and parasitoids using genetic markers (MAFF Final Project Report CE0405)
  200. Surviving the modern scientific struggle
  201. Studies of aphid migration using microsatellite markers
  202. Nematophagous Verticillium spp. in soils infested with Meloidogyne spp. in Cuba: isolation and screening
  203. Some solutions to the problem of grain mold in sorghum: a review
  204. Mycoinsecticides for aphid management: a biorational approach
  205. Cloning and functional characterisation of ornithine decarboxylase of Tapesia yallundae
  206. Wheat biotechnology: engineered herbicide resistance and inducible promoters for transgene expression
  207. Purification and characterisation of SFTI-1 and LTP from sunflower seeds (Helianthus annuus L.)
  208. Long-term changes in stable sulphur isotope ratios of vegetation and soils reflect changing anthropogenic sulphur pollution since 1850
  209. Copper speciation and impacts on bacterial biosensors in the pore water of copper-contaminated soils
  210. Agricultural carbon mitigation options in Europe: improved estimates and the global perspective
  211. Assessment of the toxicity of Zn and Cu in soils using chemical speciation techniques and lux-based biosensors
  212. The effects of cover crops on soil N transformations and losses from arable land
  213. In situ fixation of heavy metals by industrial co-products and revegetation
  214. Cd and Zn uptake, accumulation and cellular distribution in hyperaccumulator plants
  215. Nitrogen mobility - a review
  216. POPs in soils: issues and potential remediation strategies
  217. The role of soil microflora in the enhanced bioremediation of PAHs in the rhizosphere
  218. Enhanced bioremediation of PAHs in the rhizosphere
  219. Development of a decision support system for use in nitrate policy making
  220. How to feed the world
  221. Experiments to evaluate the effects of heavy metals in sewage sludge on soil microbial activity and long-term soil fertility
  222. Diagnosing sulphur deficiency in field-grown oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  223. Evaluation of factors affecting the cadmium and lead concentrations of British wheat and barley
  224. The purification and molecular analysis of CA1P-phosphatase in relation to the regulation of Rubisco activity
  225. Epidemiology of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  226. The potential for the use of willow (Salix spp.) in buffer zones for reducing nitrate and atrazine in pollution
  227. Improving the efficiency of phosphate utilization in low-input maize production in Kenya
  228. Recognition of complex odors by restrained and free-flying honeybees, Apis mellifera
  229. Discovering pesticides
  230. Processes affecting movement of pesticides to drainage in cracking clay soils
  231. Fungicides for the control of ergot in cereal crops
  232. Cactodera evansi sp. n. and Meloidodera astonei sp. n. (Tylenchida: Heteroderidae) from Mexico
  233. Modelling different cultivation and herbicide strategies for their effect on herbicide resistance in Alopecurus myosuroides
  234. A high affinity fungal nitrate carrier with two transport mechanisms
  235. Improving fertiliser use efficiency in agro-ecosystems and nutrient efficiency in plants
  236. Plant ABC transporters
  237. Molecules on the move: how plants cope with foreign chemicals
  238. Elastomeric proteins: biological roles, structures and mechanisms
  239. Characterisation of nitrate transport using nitrate-selective microelectrodes and heterologous expression in Xenopus oocytes
  240. Comparison of different methods for assessing variety resistance of oilseed rape to sclerotinia stem rot
  241. Hypo-osmotic regulation in entomopathogenic nematodes: Steinernema spp. and Heterorhabditis spp.
  242. Bayesian influence assessment in the growth curve model with unstructured covariance
  243. Electron transport as a limitation to photosynthesis of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntz): a comparison with sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) with special reference to irradiance
  244. Inhibition of attachment of spores of the bacterial hyperparasite Pastueria penetrans to root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) by fibronectin fragments
  245. The environmental and agronomic consequences of growing herbicide tolerant crops
  246. Plant production and nitrogen: an over-view from genome to yield
  247. The effect of soil liming on shoot development, root growth, and cluster root activity of white lupin
  248. A technique for identifying individual second-stage juveniles of root-knot nematodes encumbered with spores of Pasteuria penetrans
  249. Monitoring of Ranunculus beds in the rivers Avon, Bourne and Till (Confidential Technical Report to English Nature)
  250. Knock-down resitance (kdr ) to pyrethroids in peach-potato aphids (Myzus persicae ) in the UK: a cloud with a silver lining?
  251. Molecular studies in insect olfaction
  252. Genetic control of resistance to the sterol 14alpha- demethylase inhibitor fungicide prochloraz in the cereal eyespot pathogen Tapesia yallundae
  253. Nematodes, bacteria and fungi: friends and foes
  254. The detection of airborne plant pathogen fungal spores by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays
  255. Peptide inhibitor of Browman-Birk type (Patent No. WO031139A1)
  256. Expression of gamma-zein, a maize storage protein gene, in barley seed
  257. Prospects for improving crop production with honey bees
  258. Quinoxyfen signals a stop to infection by powdery mildews
  259. Armillaria mellea can infect the perennial weed, Rumex obtusifolius , in the UK
  260. Leptosphaeria maculans causing stem canker of oilseed rape in China
  261. Patterns of protein deposition and distribution in developing and mature barley grain
  262. Modelling climate impacts for sugar beet production in Europe - radiation interception and radiation use efficiency
  263. CAPM Newsletter
  264. Breeding oilseed rape for pod shattering resistance
  265. Proceedings International Conference of Soil Remediation SOILREM 2000, Hangzou, 15-19 October 2000
  266. Linear and threshold model genetic parameters for disease, fertility and milk production in dairy cattle
  267. Silthiofam interferes with mitochondrial function in "take-all" disease of wheat
  268. Silthiofam interferes with mitochondrial function in "take-all" disease of wheat
  269. Heavy metal hyperaccumulating plants: physiology and potential for phytoremediation
  270. Availability and fixation of Zn and Cd in soils amended with metal sulphate
  271. Risk assessment of metals
  272. Persistent organic pollutants and metals from sewage sludges: their effects on soils, plants and the food chain
  273. In situ fixation of heavy metals by industrial co-products and revegetation
  274. Dependency of phytoavailability of metals on indigenous and induced rhizosphere processes: a review
  275. Cellular compartmentation of cadmium and zinc in relation to other elements in the hyperaccumulator Arabidopsis halleri
  276. Long-term effects of land use and fertilizer treatments on sulfur cycling
  277. Efficient use of nutrients in agricultural production systems
  278. Interactions between agricultural emissions to the environment: the value of system studies in minimizing all emissions
  279. Nutrient cycling on organic farms
  280. Temperature changes and the ATP concentration of the soil microbial biomass
  281. Sulphur deficiency - advances in diagnosis
  282. Sulphur uptake and utilization by crops
  283. Diagnosis of sulphur deficiency in oilseed rape and wheat (HGCA Project Report No. 217)
  284. Moving on in your career - a guide for academic researchers and post graduates (book review)
  285. New sequence data enable modelling of the fungal alternative oxidase and explain an absence of regulation by pyruvate
  286. Modelling CO2 effects on wheat with varying nitrogen supplies
  287. Outils de diagnostic modernes et protection des plantes. Possibilites et limites: l'exemple de la gestion des maladies
  288. Modern diagnostics in crop production
  289. Le quinoxyfen signale l'arret de l'infection par l'oidium
  290. In planta genotyping of Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici isolates for strobilurin-resistance using a fluorometric allele-specific PCR assay
  291. In planta genotyping of Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici isolates for strobilurin-resistance using a fluorometric allele-specific PCR assay
  292. Potential for the development of reduced sensitivity to DMI fungicides in current control practices for Mycosphaerella graminicola in winter wheat in the UK
  293. Root hair formation: F-actin-dependent tip growth is initiated by local assembly of profilin-supported F-actin meshworks accumulated within expansin-enriched bulges
  294. Integrating biological and chemical control of slugs
  295. Pest-predator spatial relationships in winter rape: implications for integrated crop management
  296. Early H2O2 accumulation in mesophyll cells leads to induction of glutathione during the hyper-sensitive response in the barley-powdery mildew interaction
  297. External pressures based on leaf water potentials do not induce xylem sap to flow at rates of whole plant transpiration from roots of flooded or well-drained tomato and maize plants. Impact of shoot hydraulic resistances
  298. Caracterisation physiologique de mutants d'arabidopsis thaliana dont l'expression de genes est decouplee de la regulation par les glucides
  299. Characterization of Meloidogyne javanica surface coat
  300. Environmental impact of insect resistance in genetically modified plants. (6th Interim Confidential Report for the DETR, November 2000)
  301. Recommendations for assessing effects of GM crops on non-target organisms
  302. The impact of insect resistant GM crops on populations of natural enemies
  303. Interactions between entomopathogenic fungi and other natural enemies: implications for biological control
  304. Efficient specification of biological and ecological models
  305. Electropharyngeograms and stylet activity of second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis
  306. Physiological basis of submergence tolerance in rain-fed lowland rice: prospects for germplasm improvement through marker aided breeding
  307. Difficulties in location and acceptance of phloem sap combined with reduced concentration of phloem amino acids explain lowered performance of the aphid Rhopalosiphum padi on nitrogen deficient barley (Hordeum vulgare ) seedlings
  308. Yield responses to control of pasmo (Mycosphaerella linicola ) in winter linseed
  309. Analysis of the sensory responses of parasitic nematodes using electrophysiology
  310. Fitting host-parasitoid models with CV2>1 using hierarchical generalized linear models
  311. Responses of the willow beetle Phratora vulgatissima to genetically and spatially diverse Salix plantations
  312. Post-transcriptional regulation prevents accumulation of glutathione reductase protein and activity in the bundle sheath cells of maize
  313. Manipulation of glutathione and ascorbate metabolism in plants
  314. Generalized linear mixed models: an improved estimating procedure
  315. Peroxide processing in photosynthesis: antioxidant coupling and redox signalling
  316. Transformation of barley scutellum protoplasts: regeneration of fertile transgenic plants
  317. Short-term nitrogen-induced modulation of phosphoenol pyruvate carboxylase in tobacco and maize leaves
  318. A review of the ecology and conservation of hedgerow invertebrates in Britain
  319. Overexpression of Mn-superoxide dismutase in maize leaves leads to increased monodehydroascorbate reductase, dehydroascorbate reductase and glutathione reductase activities
  320. Modelling nitrogen uptake and redistribution in wheat
  321. Stomatal closure in flooded plants: hydraulic and hormonal signals from the roots
  322. The present and future of FESPP
  323. Plant hormone action and submergence tolerance in relation to shoot elongation and aerenchyma
  324. S-supply, free sulfur and free amino acid pools in potato (Solanum tuberosum L. cv Desiree)
  325. Potato cyst nematodes- a serious problem for the UK potato industry
  326. The plant sulfate transporter family - an update
  327. Climate and aphid phenology
  328. Genetic manipulation of nitrogen use efficiency in wheat
  329. Whitefly esterase analysis - electrophoresis
  330. Whitefly resistance assessment - toxicological bioassays
  331. The use of slug-parasitic nematodes and other techniques for control of slug and snail damage in horticultural crops
  332. Pathogenicity of Verticillium dahliae isolates to spring linseed cultivars
  333. Introduction (Photoprotection of the photosynthetic apparatus: alternative photon and electronic sinks. Papers of a Discussion Meeting held at the Royal Society)
  334. Regulation of carbon fluxes in the cytosol: coordination of sucrose synthesis, nitrate reduction and organic acid and amino acid biosynthesis
  335. Oxygen processing in photosynthesis: regulation and signalling
  336. Source-sink relationships
  337. Conclusions and perspectives
  338. The ups and downs of insecticide resistance in peach-potato aphids (Myzus persicae ) in the UK
  339. Modulation of amino acid metabolism in transformed tobacco plants deficient in Fd-GOGAT
  340. Is precision management of nematicide inputs an option for the control of potato cyst nematodes?
  341. Modelling herbicide and nitrogen effects on crop-weed competition for decision support in weed management
  342. Use of transgenic glyphosate-tolerance in sugar beet to control aphids and potato cyst nematodes
  343. European monitoring of aphid susceptibility to imidacloprid and clothianidin (Confidential Final Project Report to Bayer AG)
  344. Sequence diversity in the coat protein coding region of wheat yellow mosaic bymovirus isolates from China
  345. The use of honey bees to disseminate an insect pathogenic fungus for control of insect pests on oilseed rape
  346. The economic value of bees in the UK (Beekeeping in a Nutshell No. 51)
  347. Changing forage for bees (Beekeeping in a Nutshell No. 53)
  348. Modelling the dispersal of linyphiid spiders using alternating renewal processes
  349. Determination of mosquito bloodmeal pH in situ by ion-selective microelectrode measurement: implications for the regulation of malarial gametogenesis
  350. Controlling take-all in sequences of winter cereal crops using fluquinconazole seed treatment
  351. Towards better understanding and management of cereal stem-base diseases
  352. Structural basis for the light regulation of chloroplast NADP malate dehydrogenase
  353. Use of autumn mineral N, sowing date and weather to predict the ensuing over-winter N leaching loss
  354. The effect of several years low input farm management on N leaching loss
  355. Predicting metal solubility in contaminated soil
  356. Nitrate leaching from different soils in England predicted by SUNDIAL
  357. Assessment of the bioavailability of metals in soil using luminescence-based microbial biosensors. An inter- disciplinary approach
  358. Meaningful monitoring of soil quality - unattainable dream or pragmatic necessity?
  359. Smokescreen exposed
  360. The diversity, activity and size of ammonia oxidising populations
  361. Phytoremediation of metal contaminated soils: natural hyperaccumulation versus chemically-enhanced phytoextraction
  362. Estimating crop N uptake from organic residues using a new approach to the 15N isotope dilution technique
  363. The leaching of soil phosphorus from soil to water - 150 years of getting it wrong
  364. Modelling soil C fluxes due to land use change for the UK National CO2 inventory
  365. Modelling the unmeasurable - the importance of inert organic matter for modelling soil C sequestration
  366. Factors controlling P sorption in soils - a review of literature data
  367. Modelling refractory soil organic matter
  368. How important is inert organic matter for predictive soil carbon modelling using the Rothamsted carbon model?
  369. The survival strategy of the soil microbial biomass
  370. Inference of symbiotic plasmid involvement in the population dynamics of two GM rhizobia under different agricultural practices
  371. Biodiversity of Rhizobium in a heavy metal polluted ecosystem
  372. Stability of Rhizobium strains in heavy metal contaminated soil
  373. The role of soil microbial biomass measurements in understanding microbial diversity: function relationships
  374. Temporal changes in chemical properties of air-dried stored soils and their interpretation for long-term experiments
  375. Model estimates of soil C changes after land use change in the UK: sensitivity to the size and rate of land use change
  376. PSALM. A phosphate sorption and leaching model
  377. Phosphate losses through field drains in a heavy cultivated soil
  378. The uptake of cadmium and lead by wheat and barley from British soils
  379. Soil microbial fatty acids as indicators of soil quality
  380. Trace elements in the rhizosphere
  381. A comparison of modelling methods for forecasting light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  382. Is soil variation random?
  383. Spread of organisms: can travelling and dispersive waves be distinguished?
  384. Intron-mediated gusA expression in tritordeum and wheat resulting from particle bombardment
  385. Marker gene expression driven by the maize ubiquitin promoter in transgenic wheat
  386. New molecular tools for diagnosis of light leaf spot on winter oilseed rape
  387. Introducing an interactive Internet based forecasting system for light leaf spot of winter oilseed rape in the UK
  388. Integrated control in oilseed crops (IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 23(6))
  389. Spectral filters for the control of Botrytis cinerea
  390. Wind tunnel comparison of the collection efficiency of three Hirst-type volumetric sampler drum coatings
  391. Effects of diseases on the growth and yield of spring linseed (Linum usitatissimum ), 1988-1998
  392. Epidemiology in relation to methods for forecasting light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) severity on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in the UK
  393. Evidence for a role of cutinase in pathogenicity of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on brassicas
  394. Barley yellow mosaic virus (AAB Descriptions of Plant Viruses No. 374)
  395. Differences in cultivar response and complete sequence analysis of two isolates of wheat yellow mosaic bymovirus in China
  396. Use of monoclonal antibodies for the serological differentiation of wheat and oat furoviruses
  397. Integrated control of willow rust in renewable energy plantations in the UK
  398. AFLP evidence of the distinctive patterns of life-cycle in two forms of Melampsora rust on Salix viminalis
  399. Biodiversity in agricultural systems: new challenges for genome diversity studies
  400. Vegetation Management in Changing Landscapes. Aspects of Applied Biology 58
  401. Evidence of differences in seed dormancy among populations of Bromus sterilis
  402. Cost-effective weed control in winter oilseed rape (HGCA Topic Sheet No. 35)
  403. Oviposition and behavioral responses of Culex quinquefasciatus to skatole and synthetic oviposition pheromone in Tanzania
  404. Sampling gravid Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Tanzania with traps baited with synthetic oviposition pheromone and grass infusions
  405. Exploiting chemical ecology and species diversity: stem borer and striga control for maize and sorghum in Africa
  406. Salmon lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis , exhibit specific chemotactic responses to semiochemicals originating from the salmonid, Salmo salar
  407. Identification of host and nonhost semiochemicals of eucalyptus woodborer Phoracantha semipunctata by gas chromatography-electroantennography
  408. Response of the seven-spot ladybird to an aphid alarm pheromone and an alarm pheromone inhibitor is mediated by paired olfactory cells
  409. Farm-scale trials for studying the effects of GM herbicide-tolerant crops on farmland biodiversity in the UK
  410. Chemotherapeutant resistance in sea lice: what is it and what can be done about it?
  411. Do earthworms help to sustain the slug predator Pterostichus melanarius (Coleoptera: Carabidae) within crops? Investigations using monoclonal antibodies
  412. The effect of drought stress and temperature on spread of barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV)
  413. On the history and distribution of Athysanus argentarius Metcalf (Hem.: Cicadellidae) in Britain
  414. A parasitic wasp (Eretmocerus mundus Mercet) can exploit chemically induced delays in the development rates of its whitefly host (Bemisia tabaci Genn.)
  415. Development of on-farm tests for phosphate and potassium in wheat. (HGCA Project Report No. 224)
  416. Comparison of the transport properties of three plant sucrose carriers expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  417. A high affinity nitrate transport system from Chlamydomonas requires two gene products
  418. Intracellular measurement of ammonium in Chara corallina using ion-selective microelectrodes
  419. Xenopus oocytes as an expression system for plant transporters
  420. Transgenic plants for the production of pharmaceutical fatty acids
  421. Metabolite profiling of sesquiterpene lactones from Lactuca species
  422. High-molecular-weight glutenin in the Cylindropyrum and Vertebrata section of the Aegilops genus and identification of subunits related to those encoded by the Dx alleles of common wheat
  423. Expression and characterisation of a highly repetitive peptide derived from a wheat seed storage protein
  424. Characterization of a monoclonal antibody specific for HMW subunits of glutenin and its use to investigate glutenin polymers
  425. Silencing of HMW glutenins in transgenic wheat expressing extra HMW subunits
  426. Novel proteinase inhibitors in seeds of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.): polymorphism, inheritance and properties
  427. Verification of the cDNA deduced sequence of glutenin subunit 1Dx5 and an Mr 58 000 repetitive peptide by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation mass spectrometry (MALDI-MS)
  428. Atomic force microscopy (AFM) study of interactions of HMW subunits of wheat glutenin
  429. Actin: a dynamic framework for multiple plant cell functions
  430. Primary root
  431. Steedman's wax for F-actin visualization
  432. Cytokinin and its receptors
  433. Actin in the secondary vascular system of woody plants
  434. Organogenetic cellular patterning in plants
  435. Actin and myosin VIII in developing root apex cells
  436. Manipulation of hormone biosynthetic genes in transgenic plants
  437. Transformation and characterization of transgenic plants of Solanum dulcamara L. - incidence of transgene silencing
  438. Induction of dwarfism in transgenic Solanum dulcamara by over-expression of a gibberellin 20-oxidase cDNA from pumpkin
  439. Cytoskeletal perspectives on root growth and morphogenesis
  440. Actin-based domains of the "cell periphery complex" and their associations with polarized "cell bodies" in higher plants
  441. Physical and chemical cues influencing the oviposition behaviour of Aphidius ervi
  442. An economic model of the limits to foraging range in central place foragers with numerical solutions for bumblebees
  443. Dissemination of beneficial microbial agents by insects
  444. Development of a transformation system for the root-knot nematode biological control fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium
  445. Effects of Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita on non-target molluscs
  446. Rhizosphere interactions and the exploitation of microbial agents for the biological control of plant-parasitic nematodes
  447. Conflicts between a fungal entomopathogen, Zoophthora radicans , and two larval parasitoids of the diamondback moth
  448. Fungal biocontrol of Acari
  449. Spatial structuring and frequency distribution of the nematode Steinernema feltiae Filipjev
  450. Dissecting the cell biology of Colletotrichum infection processes
  451. Resistance to plant diseases
  452. The distribution and expression of a biotrophy-related gene, CIH1 within the genus Colletotrichum
  453. Immunomagnetic purification of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum appressoria
  454. Characterization of SNP1, a cell wall-degrading trypsin, produced during infection by Stagonospora nodorum
  455. Ornithine decarboxylase of Stagonospora (Septoria) nodorum is required for virulence toward wheat
  456. Pathogenicity, host-specificity and population biology of Tapesia spp., causal agents of eyespot disease of cereals
  457. Use of an isocitrate lyase promoter-GFP fusion to monitor carbon metabolism of the plant pathogen Tapesia yallundae during infection of wheat
  458. The molecular ecology of autotrophic ammonia oxidising bacteria in agricultural soils
  459. Development of a transformation system for the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  460. Lipid derivatives and the relationship between microbial biomass, community structure and activity in soils
  461. Method of delaying or inhibiting sprouting in plants. (Patent WO0053746)
  462. Hordeum vulgare mRNA for SnRK1-interacting protein 1
  463. Hordeum vulgare snipla gene, partial
  464. Cloning genes involved in sulfur uptake and metabolism using subtractive library and PCR-based techniques
  465. Site-directed mutagenesis of sucrose carriers confirms the role of phosphorylation in regulating transport activity
  466. The effect of agriculturally relevant environmental factors on the expression and stability of genes affecting wheat lipids
  467. Development of a novel ammonium-selective microelectrode
  468. Alate production by aphids on sugar beet: how likely is the evolution of sugar beet-specific biotypes?
  469. Modelling the effect of temperature on the development of Polymyxa betae
  470. Predicting sugar-beet rhizosphere colonisation by two potential biocontrol agents applied as a mixture to seed
  471. Radar responses to wilting in sugar beet Beta vulgaris
  472. Headland set-aside and the LERAP rules
  473. Risk assessment of virus resistant transgenic sugar beet
  474. Environmental impact of transgenic virus-resistant sugar beet
  475. Impact of weather, agronomy and breeding on yields of sugarbeet grown in the UK since 1970
  476. Past, present and future comparative advantage in Europe for sugar beet crop production
  477. Improving sugar beet drought tolerance
  478. Screening for resistance to Polymyxa betae the development of a recombinant antiserum
  479. The development of a recombinant antibody to Polymyxa betae and its use in resistance screening
  480. Specific polyclonal antibodies for the obligate plant parasite Polymyxa - a targeted recombinant DNA approach
  481. The Grower's Guide (new edition)
  482. Efficiency and selectivity of RR and LL weed control techniques compared to classical weed control systems
  483. Disease resistance sources in different Beta population
  484. Are there opportunities for profitable use of precision agriculture in sugar beet crops?
  485. Growth of sugar beet crops in 1999
  486. Autumn-sown beet in the balance
  487. Improved detection and differentiation of poleroviruses infecting beet or rape by multiplex RT-PCR
  488. Biological, serological and molecular variability suggest three distinct polerovirus species infecting beet or rape
  489. Broom's Barn farm report
  490. Locations of disease resistance genes in the sugar-beet genome
  491. Biology of sugar beet storage rots
  492. Biology of Ramularia leaf spot
  493. Biology of Cercospora leaf spot
  494. Weed control in 1999 and comments for 2000
  495. LERAP for sugar beet
  496. Glyphosate applied to genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet and 'volunteer' potatoes reduces populations of potato cyst nematodes and the number and size of daughter tubers
  497. Delayed control of weeds in glyphosate-tolerant sugar beet and the consequences on aphid infestation and yield
  498. GM sugar beet - the present situation
  499. Pests and diseases in sugar beet: a review of 1999
  500. Control of pests by manipulation of weeds in GM herbicide-tolerant sugar beet
  501. The Brighton Conference 1999 - Weeds
  502. The biology of weed beet
  503. Progress with Rhizomania resistant varieties in the UK
  504. Control of foliar diseases
  505. Foresight Link: seasonal weather forecasting for the food chain. Report of the Working Group on an Arable Crop (Sugar Beet)
  506. Bolting and flowering mechanisms in sugar beet , Beta vulgaris, ssp vulgaris (L.)
  507. Cysteine synthase (O -acetylserine (thiol) lyase) substrate specificities classify the mitochondrial isoform as a cyanalanine synthase
  508. Fructose 2,6 bisphosphate does not regulate carbohydrate partitioning in wheat leaves
  509. Regulation of carbohydrate partitioning in wheat leaves
  510. Photosynthetic carbohydrate metabolism in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves: optimization of methods for determination of fructose 2,6-bisphosphate
  511. Decreased expression of two key enzymes in the sucrose biosynthesis pathway, cytosolic fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase and sucrose phosphate synthase, has remarkably different consequences for photosynthetic carbon metabolism in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana
  512. Molecular mechanisms of phosphate and sulphate transport in plants
  513. Decrease of phosphoribulokinase activity by antisense RNA in transgenic tobacco: definition of the light environment under which phosphoribulokinase in not in large excess
  514. Is there scope for improving balance between RuBP-regeneration and carboxylation capacities in wheat at elevated CO2?
  515. Carbohydrate signalling in the Poaceae
  516. Crop ecosystem responses to climatic change: wheat
  517. Regulation of D-ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase by sugar phosphate inhibitors. PhD thesis, University of Lancaster
  518. Genomic and functional characterisation of the oas gene family encoding O -acetylserine (thiol) lyases, enzymes catalyzing the final step in cysteine biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana
  519. Control of sulphate transporter expression in Solanum tuberosum L. cv Desiree overexpressing bacterial serine acetyltransferase
  520. Molecular genetics of sulphate assimilation
  521. The Arabidopsis thaliana ATP-binding cassette proteins: an emerging superfamily
  522. ATP-binding cassette proteins of Arabidopsis thaliana
  523. Isolation of an Arabidopsis AtPT2 transposon insertion mutant from the John Innes SLAT collection
  524. Characterisation of high-affinity phosphate transporter homologues from phosphate-efficient Chinese wheat varieties
  525. Effects of salicylic acid on oxidative stress and thermotolerance in tobacco
  526. Electrophysiological techniques to study intact, aerial Arabidopsis thaliana leaf cells
  527. Comparative expression analysis of high affinity "root" group sulphate transporters in wheat, rape and tomato
  528. GM crops: environmental risks and non-target effects
  529. The role of plant chemical cues in determining host preference in the generalist aphid parasitoid Aphidius colemani
  530. Methylation and expression of amplified esterase genes in the aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  531. Predicting leaf infection by Leptosphaeria maculans on winter oilseed rape
  532. ATP-binding cassette proteins of Arabidopsis thaliana
  533. A single amino acid change makes a rat neuronal sodium channel highly sensitive to pyrethroid insecticides
  534. Cloning, heterologous expression and co-assembly of Mp(beta)1, a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit from the aphid Myzus persicae
  535. Molecular analysis of kdr -like resistance in permethrin-resistant strains of head lice, Pediculus capitis
  536. Activation of Drosophila sodium channels promotes modification by deltamethrin
  537. Activity of clethodim on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ). (Confidential report for Sumi Agro (UK) Ltd)
  538. Activity of X566108 on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ). (Confidential Report for DowAgrosciences)
  539. Activity of MK243 (indanofan) on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ). (Confidential report for DowAgrosciences)
  540. Impact of GM plants on the non-target arthropod fauna
  541. Investigations into the exploitation of heterogeneous soils by Lupinus albus L. and L. pilosus Murr. and the effect upon plant growth
  542. Microsatellite loci for studying clonal mixing, population structure and inbreeding in a social aphid, Pemphigus spyrothecae (Hemiptera: Pemphigidae)
  543. Determining uptake of 'non-labile' soil cadmium by Thlaspi caerulescens using isotopic dilution techniques
  544. The effect of climate change on pests and integrated pest management
  545. A Europe-wide network for monitoring flying aphids EXAMINE: achievements and prospects
  546. Major sex pheromone component of female herald moth Scoliopteryx libatrix is the novel branched alkene (6Z,13)-methylheneicosene
  547. Challenges with managing insecicide resistance in the aphid, Myzus persicae
  548. Host specificity and virulence in the nematode hyperparasite Pasteuria penetrans : the role of fibronectin
  549. A nearest neighbour approach to the simulation of spread of barley yellow dwarf virus
  550. New roles for cis-jasmone as an insect semiochemical and in plant defense
  551. Biometrics support to biometricians and scientists in developing countries - approaches needed now and in the future
  552. The spatio-temporal distribution of adult Ceutorhynchus assimilis in a crop of winter oilseed rape in relation to the distribution of their larvae and that of the parasitoid Trichomalus perfectus
  553. Meeting Europe's climate change commitments: quantitative estimates of the potential for carbon mitigation by agriculture
  554. Availability of different forms of sulphur fertilisers to wheat and oilseed rape
  555. Tackling nitrate from agriculture
  556. Long-term changes in the extractability and bioavailability of zinc and cadmium after sludge application
  557. Arsenic-contaminated soils. II. Remedial action
  558. Comparison of methods to investigate microbial populations in soils under different agricultural management
  559. Nitrate leaching from arable and horticultural land
  560. Comparison of the performance of nine commercial laboratories for testing nitrogen and sulphur in plants and soil: a second study (HGCA Project Report No. OS44)
  561. A study of the impacts of Zn and Cu on two rhizobial species in soils of a long-term field experiment
  562. Organic geochemical studies of soils from the Rothamsted classical experiments VI The occurrence and source of organic acids in an experimental grassland soil
  563. Organic geochemical studies of soils from the Rothamsted Classical Experiments - V. The fate of lipids in different long-term soil experiments
  564. Arsenic contaminated soils: I. risk assessment
  565. Factors affecting the impact of semiochemicals in insect pest management: a simulation model of an attracticide strategy
  566. Effects of the biological nematicide, DiTera, on hatching of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida
  567. Mechanisms of resistance in Alopecurus myosuroides and Avena spp.
  568. Creative tension: what links Aristotle, William Blake, Darwin and GM crops?
  569. Field experimental programmes in Great Britain to evaluate the environmental and agronomic consequences of growing herbicide tolerant crops
  570. Relationship between temperature and the early growth of Triticum aestivum and three weed species
  571. Environmental impact of insect resistance in genetically modified plants. Stage 2: Experimental research. 5th Interim report to DETR
  572. Interactions between transgenic oilseed rape and parasitoids
  573. Transgenic insect resistant plants and natural enemies
  574. Biochemical mechanisms of cross-resistance to aryloxyphenoxypropionate and cyclohexanedione herbicides in populations of Avena spp.
  575. The causes of over-winter plant losses of autumn-sown white lupins (Lupinus albus ) in different regions of the UK over three seasons
  576. Visual assessment of weed ground cover to predict yield loss. Is this a practical alternative to the measurement of leaf area?
  577. Effects of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) and light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) on yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in southern England
  578. Effect of potassium fertilizer on the yield, quality and potassium offtake of sugar beet crops grown on soils of different potassium status
  579. Genetic diversity of weeds growing in continuous wheat
  580. Sensitivity of fungi from cereal roots to fluquinconazole and their suppressiveness towards take-all on plants with or without fluquinconazole seed treatment in a controlled environment
  581. Effect of formulation, application and rain on the persistence of the entomophagous fungus Metarhizium anisopliae on oilseed rape
  582. Effects of temperature and wetness duration on conidial infection, latent period and asexual sporulation of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on leaves of oilseed rape
  583. Adaptation of a population dynamics model for prediction of potato cyst nematode distribution within fields
  584. Adaptation of a population dynamics model for prediction of potato cyst nematode distribution within fields
  585. Analysis of population fluctuations in the aphid Hyperomyzus lactucae and the moth Perizoma alchemillata
  586. Armillaria mellea can infect the perennial weed, Rumex obtusifolius , in the UK
  587. Chemical control of Armillaria
  588. Effects of sowing date and insecticides on cereal aphid populations and barley yellow dwarf virus on barley in Kenya
  589. Adventitious shoot formation induced by the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne hapla
  590. Nematodos formadores de quistes (NFQ) (Nemeta: Heteroderidae) en cereales de los valles altos de Mexico: taxonomia, distribucion y densidad de poblacion
  591. The roles of three functional sulphate transporters involved in uptake and translocation of sulphate in Arabidopsis thaliana
  592. Ramu stunt
  593. Changes in the within-field spatial distribution of potato cyst nematodes before and after cropping with potatoes and the consequences for modulating nematicide application
  594. Response of the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus , to traps baited with volatiles from oilseed rape, Brassica napus
  595. Global networking for assessment of impacts of global change on plant pests
  596. Comparisons of isolates of Fusarium avenaceum from white lupin and other crops by pathogenicity tests, DNA analyses and vegetative compatibility tests
  597. Analysis of stylet activation using electro-pharyngeogram techniques
  598. GM technology: the risks and benefits
  599. Viruses of crops and weeds in Eastern India
  600. The influence of root diffusate and host age on hatching of Meloidogyne triticorzae
  601. Effects of DiTera on aspects of the life cycle of Globodera rostochiensis
  602. Chaos in real data: the analysis of non-linear dynamics from short ecological time series
  603. Overview
  604. Pollination and gene flow in white clover, growing in a patchy habitat
  605. Factors influencing rates of degradation of an arylamide and a benzoic acid in subsoils
  606. Climate change and agriculture in the United Kingdom
  607. A glossary of terms used in nonlinear dynamics
  608. Emergence and partial characterization of rice stripe necrosis virus in the Americas
  609. The effect of spatial scale on interactions between two weevils and their parasitoid
  610. The occurrence and distribution of potato cyst nematodes in England and Wales
  611. Integrated control strategies for potato cyst nematodes
  612. A theoretical assessment of the effects of vector-virus transmission mechanism on plant virus epidemics
  613. Prediction of competition between oilseed rape and Stellaria media
  614. Fungal communities in fallow soil before and after amending with pine sawdust
  615. Ramulispora cerealis sp. nov. from the stems of cereals in the United Kingdom
  616. Changes in root morphology of white lupin (Lupinus albus L.) and its adaptation to soils with heterogeneous alkaline/acid profiles
  617. A century of vegetation change at Broadbalk Wilderness
  618. Transport and action of ascorbate at the plant plasma membrane
  619. The within-field spatial and temporal distribution of arthropods in winter wheat
  620. The analysis of light reflected from the potato crop as a diagnostic assay for infection by potato cyst nematodes
  621. The potential use of spectral reflectance from the potato crop for remote sensing of infection by potato cyst nematodes
  622. Monitoring the presence and distribution of potato cyst nematodes: the potential use of light reflected from the crop
  623. Spatial analysis in pest and weed management
  624. Influence of simulated rain on dispersal of rust spores from infected wheat seedlings
  625. The influence of root diffusate, host age and water regimes on hatching of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne triticoryzae
  626. Effects of Verticillium dahliae on linseed (Linum usitatissimum ) crops
  627. Farm scale evaluation of GM crops: effects of the management of field scale releases of genetically-modified herbicide-tolerant crops on the abundance and diversity of farmland wildlife. Interim Report. 3 March 2000
  628. Pest-parasitoid spatial relationships in winter rape: implications for ICM
  629. Sampling patterns and estimation of potato cyst nematode densities
  630. Potato cyst nematode management - present and future
  631. Computer modelling of the integrated management of Globodera pallida : a nematode out of control in the UK
  632. Aberrant data in field experiments
  633. Sequence analysis of furoviruses of cereals from China and Europe
  634. Slow decline in a new disease of mature date palms in North Africa associated with a phytoplasma
  635. First report of a phytoplasma associated with a disease of date palms in North Africa
  636. The future for grass weed management in the UK
  637. Screening the ability of rice roots to overcome the mechanical impedance of wax layers: importance of test conditions and measured criteria
  638. Evaluating grasses for their potential as biomass energy crops
  639. Sequence analysis of bymoviruses of wheat and barley in China
  640. Plant signalling and induced defence in insect attack
  641. Ontogeny of orientation flight in the honeybee revealed by harmonic radar
  642. The use of honey bees to disseminate an insect pathogenic fungus for control of insect pests on oilseed rape
  643. The herbicide glyphosate and related molecules: physicochemical and structural factors determining their mobility in phloem
  644. Observations on the survival and competitive ability of the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium in soil
  645. Sex pheromone of the peach aphid, Tuberocephalus momonis , and optimal blends for trapping males and females in the field
  646. Spatial distribution of Globodera rostochiensis foci in a potato field in Scotland
  647. Cereal aphid flight activity in Hungary and England compared by suction traps
  648. Ascorbate biosynthesis in mitochondria is linked to the electron transport chain between complexes III and IV
  649. Functional anatomy of sensory structures on the antennae of Psylliodes chrysocephala L. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
  650. Elevated CO2 affects the interactions between aphid pests and host plant flowering
  651. Comparison of the performance of pesticide-leaching models on a cracking clay soil: results using the Brimstone Farm dataset
  652. Responses to cadmium in leaves of transformed poplars overexpressing gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase
  653. Spectral analysis of spatial point patterns in incompletely observed regions
  654. Factors affecting volatile emissions of intact potato plants, Solanum tuberosum : variability of quantities and stability of ratios
  655. Fungally-transmitted mosaic viruses of barley
  656. Characterisation of Polymyxa transmitting rice stripe necrosis virus in Colombia
  657. Marker-assisted selection using ridge regression
  658. Design perspectives in long-term experimentation
  659. A data warehouse for designed experiments
  660. Generalized estimating equations for spatially referenced binary data
  661. A parsimonious, multiple-regression model of wheat yield response to environment
  662. Spatio-temporal associations in beetle and virus count data
  663. A link function approach to model heterogeneity of residual variances over time in lactation curve analyses
  664. Preference ranking: a cautionary tale from Papua New Guinea
  665. Zinc hyperaccumulation and cellular distribution in Arabidopsis halleri
  666. Ecology of plasmid transfer and spread
  667. Simulating nitrate concentrations in water draining from a small arable catchment in England
  668. Meeting the UK's climate change commitments: options for carbon mitigation on agricultural land
  669. Assessing metal bioavailability in soils using luminescence-based microbial biosensors
  670. Long-term soil organic matter dynamics
  671. Soluble organic nitrogen in agricultural soils
  672. The PCR amplification of non-tuberculous mycobacterial 16S rRNA sequences from soil
  673. Development and testing of a model for predicting tillage effects on nitrate leaching from cracked clay soils
  674. Detection of the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium in nematode-infested plant roots using PCR
  675. Some aspects of achieving sustainable phosphorus use in agriculture
  676. Evaluating pesticide leaching models - the Brimstone farm data set
  677. Anthropogenic disturbance of the nitrogen cycle and its effects on ecosystems
  678. A physical soil fractionation scheme to obtain organic matter fractions suitable for modeling
  679. Failure to simulate C and N mineralization in soil using biomass C-to-N ratios as measured by the fumigation extraction method?
  680. Assessment of tillage strategies to decrease nitrate leaching in the Brimstone Farm Experiment, Oxfordshire, UK
  681. Phosphorus content in soil, uptake by plants and balance in three European long-term field experiments
  682. Phosphate losses through field drains in a heavy cultivated soil
  683. Are you taking your nitrate?
  684. Tillage, mineralization and leaching: phosphate
  685. Tillage, mineralization and leaching
  686. FARM-Africa: helping the poor to help themselves
  687. Conservation of functional site structure across different membrane transport protein families
  688. The ileal active bile acid transport protein works bi-directionally: evidence that it is structurally evolved for two distinct functions
  689. Bundle sheath proteins are more sensitive to oxidative damage than those of the mesophyll in maize leaves exposed to paraquat or low temperatures
  690. Homeostasis of adenylate status during photosynthesis in a fluctuating environment
  691. Changes in the lipophilicity of the surfaces of Meloidogyne incognita and Haemonchus contortus during exposure to host signals
  692. Positive responses to Zn and Cd by roots of the Zn and Cd hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  693. Filtering SPOT imagery by kriging analysis
  694. The Rothamsted Rapid Resistance Test for detecting Herbicide-resistance in annual grass
  695. Grass weed management in an arable rotation
  696. Volvariella speciosa in arable fields
  697. Potential for phytoextraction of zinc and cadmium from soils using hyperaccumulator plants
  698. Cadmium accumulation in populations of Thlaspi caerulescens and Thlaspi goesingense
  699. SUNDIAL fertilizer recommendation system, version 2.0, January 2000: worked examples
  700. Towards development of an indicator of risk of phosphorus loss from soil to water
  701. Local and seasonal variations in atmospheric nitrogen dioxide levels at Rothamsted, UK, and relationships with meteorological conditions
  702. Response of a rhizobium-based luminescence biosensor to Zn and Cu in soil solutions from sewage sludge treated soils
  703. Pentachlorophenol utilization by indigenous soil microorganisms
  704. Aspects of English silcretes and comparison with some Australian occurrences: comment.
  705. Making a meal of it
  706. Lead and cadmium as contaminants in UK wheat and barley
  707. A combined RFLP and AFLP linkage map of upland rice (Oryza sativa L.) used to identify QTLs for root-penetration ability
  708. Low temperature-induced changes in the distribution of H2O2 and antioxidants between the bundle sheath and mesophyll cells of maize leaves
  709. Crop improvement in the 21st century
  710. Multiple outlier detection in multivariate data using projection pursuit techniques
  711. Plant responses to sulphur deficiency and the genetic manipulation of sulphate transporters to improve S-utilization efficiency
  712. Cyst nematodes Heterodera sp. in cereal fields in Norway - preliminary results
  713. NUTGRANJA 1.0 - a farm-scale model to predict N oxide emissions in European dairy farming systems
  714. Decision support system for nitrogen management on grassland
  715. Dairy farm waste management: future requirements
  716. A new approach to the evaluation of herbage varieties under grazing
  717. Soil based treatments systems for dirty water
  718. What's all this about Ammonia?
  719. Effect of nitrogen management on potassium leaching in grassland soils
  720. Effect of sulphur application on nitrogen efficiency
  721. New approaches to undersowing and ley management of biodiversity on arable land
  722. Impact of organic fertilisers on semi-natural grasslands
  723. Research to produce an inventory on nitrous oxide emissions derived from agriculture
  724. National Network Agro-forestry Experiment. North Wyke Site Annual Report (February 2000)
  725. Somerset Levels and Moors Independent Scientific Review (SWCON 200). Final report for Phase 1
  726. Development of endophyte for tolerance of abiotic stress in ryegrass
  727. Control of pests and diseases of newly-sown white clover
  728. Sources of nitrous oxide emissions from intensive grassland management
  729. Cows with their heads in the clouds - dimethyl sulphide detected in cow's breath
  730. Characterisation and consequences of microbial biodiversity
  731. Community-level relationships between vegetation and soil microorganisms in UK upland grasslands. Perspectives from the Micronet Programme
  732. Soil based treatment systems for dirty water
  733. Tough action against docks pays dividends in grass yields
  734. A highly nutritious diet at a relatively low cost
  735. Making a profit from grassland
  736. Clover enriched herbage boosts margins
  737. Benefits from using clover
  738. Phosphorus
  739. Enzymatic controls on soil organic phosphorus
  740. Microbiological and enzymatic controls on soil phosphorus release to water
  741. Phosphorus release to water by soil drying and rewetting
  742. Scaling up and connectivity of soil phosphorus transfers into river catchments
  743. Phosphate fertilisers, agriculture and the environment
  744. Prioritising mitigation of soil P transfer in relation to water flows
  745. Extent, causes and rates of upland soil erosion in England and Wales. PhD thesis, University of Cranfield
  746. Emission, dispersion and local deposition of ammonia volatilised from farm buildings and following the application of cattle slurry to grassland
  747. Sitona hispidulus
  748. Sitona lepidus
  749. Impact of root herbivory by insect larvae on soil microbial communities
  750. Impact of management on root herbivore populations in upland grassland
  751. Below ground herbivory: the effects of macroinvertebrate root feeding on root exudation and soil microbial communities in grass and clover systems
  752. Evaluation of ammonia mitigation options
  753. Soil-plant-animal interactions and impact on nitrogen and phosphorus cycling and recycling in grazed pasture
  754. Evaluating the boundary line approach for predicting N2O and denitrification losses following manure applications to agricultural land
  755. Emissions of N2O and denitrification following new slurry application techniques to reduce ammonia emissions
  756. Soil based treatment systems for dirty water
  757. Emissions of N2O from beef cattle housed in slurry and straw-bedded systems
  758. Effects of 'supermarket' diet on modern hair isotope values
  759. Influence of land use and cropping on carbon and nitrogen isotope signatures in South African soils
  760. Molecular dynamic of organic matter in particle size fractions of a wheat/maize sequence soil
  761. Plant functional strategies and their compound specific amino acids d15N values in grasslands
  762. Plant functional strategies and their compound specific amino acid d15N values in grasslands
  763. Does slurry application to grasslands modify the foliage d15N values of Lolium perenne
  764. Incorporation of dung-derived carbon in aggregate surface and core fractions of a temperate grassland soil
  765. N and P excretion by dairy cows
  766. Utilising slurry on grassland grazed by cattle
  767. Injector helps cut emissions of ammonia
  768. Reducing ammonia emissions - is it practical?
  769. Minimising the negative impacts of slurry spreading on grass silage production and quality
  770. Utilisation of slurry on grazed and silage grass during the growing season
  771. Mineralization effects in grasslands
  772. Controls over losses from grassland soils
  773. Further N cycle studies on farmlets
  774. Nitrogen transformations and ammonia loss following injection and surface applications of pig slurry: a laboratory experiment using slurry labelled with 15N-ammonium
  775. A comparison of grassland management systems for beef cattle using self-contained farmlets: influences of nitrogen inputs and management strategies on the farm economy
  776. A review of fungal endophytes in grasses worldwide, and their implications for UK agriculture
  777. Sustainable livestock systems to conserve key purple moor-grass/rush pasture species
  778. Providing "safe sites" for seedling recruitment - a key factor in Cirsio-Molinietum fen meadow restoration
  779. Assessing grass variety performance under sheep grazing
  780. Measuring animal performance
  781. Impact of root herbivory by insect larvae on soil microbial communities
  782. Forages for the future
  783. Investigating preferential flow in a large intact soil block under pasture
  784. Gross nitrogen transformations as an index of nitrogen cycling
  785. Gross rates of N cycling processes measured by 15N mean pool dilution
  786. Composting farm yard manure
  787. The potential for net mineralization measured in grassland soil to a depth of 40 cm.
  788. Treatment of livestock wastes through the use of additives
  789. Mineralization in a permanent pasture and in a newly established sward
  790. Mobility and fate of nitrate applied to lysimeters
  791. Influence of above- and below- ground herbivory on root functioning and dynamics in upland grassland and consequences for the rhizosphere
  792. Improved slurry spreading techniques to reduce ammonia emissions
  793. Anaerobic manure storage to reduce ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions
  794. Ammonia fluxes from solid and liquid based manure management systems for beef cattle
  795. Nitrogen losses and utilisation in a ryegrass and clover sward and maize / rye rotations fertilised with different cattle manures
  796. Ammonia fluxes from cut swards
  797. The quantification of dung-derived carbon in temperate grassland soil systems using 13C natural abundance measurements
  798. N-transfer from clover to wheat: use of depleted N as a tracer
  799. Isotopic signatures in water soluble organic carbon: how, why and where from?
  800. Report on a Study Visit to New Zealand and Australia funded by the Royal Society with additional support from the British Grassland Society, 25 November - 13 December 2000
  801. Clover : cereal bi-cropping for organic farms
  802. Soil erosion control in maize stubbles
  803. Development of clover : cereal bi-cropping for organic farms
  804. Clover : cereal bi-cropping
  805. Clover : cereal bi-cropping for organic farms
  806. Effective use of animal manures on-farm through compost technology
  807. Evidence of sequential decay in recycled paper sludge and pig manure mixtures
  808. Relationship between olfactory response and major odorants from livestock wastes
  809. Odour release from the Hercules Evaposcrubber
  810. The influence of soil pH and nitrogen fertiliser application on N2O production by nitrifier denitrification. Some preliminary results
  811. The influence of soil pH and nitrogen fertiliser application on N2O production from nitrification and denitrification
  812. Mathematical models to predict herbage intake by grazing dairy cows
  813. Ingestive behaviour patterns of dairy cows using out-of-parlour concentrate feeders at pasture
  814. The effect of gastrotestinal parasitism on the preference of cattle grazing grass or clover
  815. Using measurements of compressed sward height to estimate total mass or green leaf mass
  816. Updates to the Graze program: movement analysis and compatibility with "The Observer"
  817. Key to low input production
  818. Practice into profit: low-input heifer beef production
  819. The effects of herbicidal control of broad-leaved dock on herbage production in 1999 and 2000
  820. A review of grassland production and fertilizer response data with reference to the basis for management agreements
  821. Recent changes in grassland management and their effects on botanical composition
  822. Is Europe reducing its ammonia emissions at the expense of the global environment?
  823. Soil based treatment systems for dirty water
  824. Relationship between chemical composition and olfaction of decay odours
  825. Enhancing the effective utilisation of animal manures on farms through compost technology
  826. A decision support system to optimise N use in grassland for economic and environmental targets
  827. Modelling the feasibility of reconciling economic and environmental goals in livestock farming
  828. Production and adaptation of five forage legumes for silage in Northern Europe
  829. Leaching of dissolved organic N from grass - white clover pasture in SW England
  830. Gross rates of N cycling processes measured by 15N mean pool dilution technique
  831. The effects of sulphur application on yields of cut herbage and efficiency of nitrogen use in grasslands with contrasting soil type
  832. Effects of parasitic nematodes on grazing behaviour in young calves
  833. Effect of nematode infection on grazing behaviour and intake by young calves
  834. Monoculture swards might boost yields
  835. More grass through controlling weeds
  836. Effect of nematode infection on grazing behaviour and intake by young calves
  837. Forecasting future herbage growth from current yields and meteorological data
  838. Nutrient cycling in grazing systems
  839. The potential for improving the utilisation of grassland under grazing using alternative slurry spreaders
  840. Effect of temporal pattern of supplementation on grazing behaviour and herbage intake by dairy cows
  841. Pests and diseases: how to recognise and control problems in newly sown leys
  842. Temporal stability of spatial patterns of nitrous oxide fluxes from sloping grassland
  843. Strategies to encourage better use of nitrogen in animal manures.
  844. Ingestive behaviour of dairy heifers grazing grass or white clover swards under rotational stocking management
  845. Evaluation of herbage varieties under continuous stocking
  846. Intake rate, grazing time and daily intake by sheep grazing perennial ryegrass varieties under continuous stocking management
  847. The effect of herbage allowance on daily intake by Creole heifers tethered on natural Dichanthium spp. pasture
  848. Progress in studies of nitrate leaching from grassland soils
  849. Effects of soil pH and application of nitrogen fertilisers on emissions of nitrogen oxides from grassland: the Janki Experiment
  850. Effects of soil pH and application of nitrogen fertilisers on emissions of nitrogen oxides from grassland: the Laszczki Experiment
  851. Carbon flux in Agrostis capillaris : a stable isotope delivery (SID) experiment
  852. The effects of leatherjacket feeding on root exudation and soil microbial communities
  853. Impact of temperature and cultivar on nutrient flow from white clover to perennial ryegrass
  854. Methane emissions from sheep: influence of behaviour
  855. Grazing Management: the Principles and Practice of Grazing, for Profit and Environmental Gain, within Temperate Grassland Systems. Proceedings of the British Grassland Society Conference, Harrogate, 29 February - 2 March 2000
  856. Reduction of ammonia emission by slurry application techniques
  857. Structure and function of the soil microbial community in microhabitats of a heavy metal polluted soil
  858. Facing the growing needs of mankind: grasslands, rangelands and forage crops
  859. Microbial community structure and activity in grassland soils: complementing molecular approaches with process based measurements
  860. Tracing dung-derived carbon in temperate grassland using 13C natural abundance measurements
  861. Grassland in the twentieth century
  862. Milk production by dairy cows grazing mixed swards or adjacent monocultures of grass and white clover
  863. Origins of agroforestry and recent history in the UK
  864. %G+C profiling and cross hybridisation of microbial DNA reveals great variation in below-ground community structure in UK upland grasslands
  865. Duration of regrowth of ryegrass (Lolium perenne ) effects on grazing behaviour, intake, rumen fill, and fermentation of lactating dairy cows.
  866. Effects of dung and urine amendments on the isotopic content of N2O released from grassland
  867. Mechanisms and mitigation of phosphorus transfer from soil to water
  868. The behaviour of cows following a total solar eclipse: shedding new light on the control of diurnal patterns of grazing behaviour
  869. Impact of root feeding on soil microbial communities
  870. Shoot defoliation: effects on the rhizosphere
  871. Soil invertebrate root feeding in upland grassland
  872. Potential for preferential pathways of phosphorus transport
  873. Molecular cloning, functional expression and characterisation of RCC reductase involved in chlorophyll catabolism
  874. Incorporation of 15N from spiked cattle dung pats into soil under two moorland plant communities
  875. New Directions: Significant contributions of dimethyl sulphide from livestock to the atmosphere
  876. Amino acids as a nitrogen source in temperate upland grasslands: the use of dual labelled (13C, 15N) glycine to test for direct uptake by dominant grasses
  877. Effects of dung and urine amendments on the isotopic content of N2O released from grasslands
  878. Comparison of grassland management systems for beef cattle using self-contained farmlets: effects of contrasting nitrogen inputs and management strategies on nitrogen budgets, and herbage and animal production
  879. LEGSIL: ensiling of established and novel legumes in Germany, Sweden and Finland
  880. Milk production based on leguminous silage: red clover and fodder galega in Finland
  881. Alternative home-grown protein sources for ruminants in the United Kingdom
  882. Nutrient management from a farming systems perspective
  883. Grassland for 2000 and beyond
  884. Comparison of different methodologies for field measurement of net nitrogen mineralization in pasture soils under different soil conditions
  885. The incorporation of cattle dung pats into moorland soil - early indications of the fate of dung materials
  886. Changes in soil 15N content under grasslands and arable cropping
  887. Two years study of earthworm isotopic valves under grassland and maize cropping systems
  888. Soil organic matter lability and decomposition in Icelandic soils - a stable isotope approach
  889. Effect of temperature on growth and morphology of two varieties of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) and their impact on soil microbial activity
  890. The effect of sulphur application on the efficiency of nitrogen use in two contrasting grassland soils
  891. Dietary preference for grass and white clover in sheep and cattle: an overview
  892. Distribution of nitrogen pools in the soil profile of undisturbed and reseeded grasslands
  893. Effect of the anti bloat agent poloxalene on n-alkane concentration in cattle faeces
  894. Forages and their role in animal systems
  895. Simulation of water retention and hydraulic conductivity in soil using a three-dimensional network
  896. The role of 14C dating in ironpan formation
  897. Sample collection, handling, preparation and storage
  898. Phosphorus forms and concentrations in leachate under four grassland soil types
  899. Plant uptake of nitrogen from the organic nitrogen fraction of animal manures: a laboratory experiment
  900. Measuring and monitoring nitrogen and phosphorus flows and losses in grassland systems
  901. Hydrological factors for phosphorus transfer from agricultural soils
  902. Graze: a program to analyse recordings of the jaw movements of ruminants.
  903. Flows and transmission of nitrogen in grassland systems: problems and approaches
  904. Evaluation of the effects of nematode parasitism on grazing behaviour, herbage intake and growth in young grazing cattle
  905. Dietary preference of sheep for perennial ryegrass and white clover at contrasting sward surface heights
  906. Determination of management and topographic influences on the balance between resident and 'Grasslands Huia' white clover (Trifolium repens ) in an upland pasture using isozyme analysis
  907. Combining field incubation with nitrogen-15N labelling to examine nitrogen transformations in low to high intensity grassland management systems
  908. Ammonia emission factors for UK agriculture
  909. Terminology for phosphorus transfer
  910. Nitrous oxide and methane emissions following application of animal manures to grassland
  911. Nitrogen mineralization and microbial activity in permanent pastures amended with nitrogen fertilizer or dung
  912. Clover:cereal bi-cropping