1. Effects of pH on nitrogen cycling in agricultural soils
  2. Day in the life…of a postdoc
  3. Rumen metabolism and nitrogen flow to the small intestine in steers offered Lolium perenne containing different levels of water-soluble carbohydrate
  4. In vitro investigation into the nutritive value of Lolium perenne bred for an elevated concentration of water-soluble carbohydrate and the added effect of sample processing: freeze-dried and ground vs. frozen and thawed
  5. New Elongase Gene And Production Of Δ9-polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent WO 2002/077213 A2)
  6. Cis-jasmone As Semiochemical (Patent EP 1235483 A2)
  7. Polysaturated Fatty Acid (pufa) Elongase From Caenorhabditis Elegans (Patent WO 2000/055330 A9)
  8. Stress-induced changes in the root architecture of white lupin (Lupinus albus) in response to pH, bicarbonate, and calcium in liquid culture
  9. Effects of constant and fluctuating temperatures on sporulation and infection by the aphid-pathogenic fungus Pandora neoaphidis
  10. Intraspecific molecular variation in the seaweed fly Coelopa frigida consistent with behavioural distinctness of British and Swedish populations
  11. Salmon farming: towards an Integrated Pest Management strategy for sea lice. SCI Meeting at Department of Zoology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 18–19 June 2001. Closing discussion: the way forward
  12. Population dynamics of arable weeds - seed production and seed persistence
  13. Evaluation and enhancement of Beta collections for extensification of agricultural production Contract No : GENRES CT95 42 Final project report (1996-2002) Towards a sustainable management and use of plant genetic resources native to the European region
  14. The dynamics of over-wintering Myzus persicae (Sulzer) populations. PhD thesis, University of Birmingham
  15. Development of bacterial seed treatments for the control of Aphanomyces cochlioides on sugar beet. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  16. cDNA cloning and heterologous expression of diterpene synthases. PhD thesis, University of Bristol
  17. Resistance in wheat powdery mildew to strobilurin fungicides: effects of dose rate, frequency and mixtures (Final report to Defra on project PT0226)
  18. Plant virus vector interactions (Advances in Botanical Research Vol 36)
  19. A chemical defence activator primes cowpea seedlings for rapid induction of resistance to anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum destructivum
  20. Attachment tests of Pasteuria penetrans to clonal lines of Meloidogyne incognita
  21. Nematode pests of potato in the mesothermic valleys of the Andean region, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia
  22. Modelling climatic impacts on yields of wheat and sugar beet in the UK
  23. Modification of gibberellin biosynthesis in apple (Malus x domesticus Borkh.) for an improved dwarfing habit. PhD thesis, The Open University
  24. Interactions between cropping systems and soil-borne cereal pathogens (Project CE0525)(Scientific report for DEFRA Review of Cereal and Oilseed Disease Epidemiology)
  25. Interactions between cropping systems and soil-borne cereal pathogens (Annual/interim report for DEFRA project CE0525 2001-2002)
  26. Isolation and characterisation of desaturase genes from Kochia scoparia
  27. Molecular methods for the diagnosis of fungal quarantine plant pathogens
  28. Genome analysis of tobacco using expressed sequence markers
  29. The spatial variation of plant available nitrogen within arable fields
  30. Pollen beetle spatio-temporal distributions in semi field scale arrays of oilseed rape plants
  31. Bee behaviour and pollination ecology
  32. A Bayesian approach to assignment problems in population genetics: partition and related software packages
  33. Investigating the population biology of two arable pest slug species, Deroceras reticulatum (Muller, 1774) and Arion intermedius (Normand, 1852), using molecular marker techniques
  34. Odorant binding proteins and chemosensory proteins in insects
  35. How insect acetylcholinesterase has become insensitive to insecticides. PhD thesis, QMUL Queen Mary University of London
  36. Interactions of pyrethroids with the voltage-gated sodium channel. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  37. New approach to achieve tissue-specific transgene expression in plants
  38. Analysis of root-specific and pathogen-induced gene expression in sugar beet
  39. Biological diversity, genomic variability and phylogeny of beet poleroviruses: application in molecular epidemiology
  40. Morpho-physiological selection indices for improved drought tolerance in sugar beet
  41. Management of GM herbicide-tolerant sugar beet for potential environmental benefit to farmland birds
  42. Sugar beet rhizomania - the current situation
  43. The use of baited and unbaited traps to monitor the orange wheat blossom midge, Sitodoplosis mosellana and its parasitoid, Macroglenes penetrans
  44. Striga-affecting semiochemicals associated with root exudates of Desmodium uncinatum
  45. Semiochemical strategies for sea lice control
  46. Semiochemicals for the control of cereal pests
  47. Direct and indirect effects of cis -jasmone on the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae
  48. Development of new control methods against chicken mites
  49. Mating behaviour and the sex pheromone of Culicoides nubeculosus
  50. A rational basis for the design of wheat canopy ideotypes
  51. Modelling the daily progress of light leaf spot epidemics on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ), in relation to Pyrenopeziza brassicae inoculum concentrations and weather factors
  52. Pesticide risk to bee pollinators
  53. A general model of pollinator-mediated gene flow
  54. Chemical ecology and conservation of the stag beetle, Lucanus cervus
  55. High-altitude insect layers observed with entomological radar
  56. Radar studies of the high-altitude immigration of the diamondback moth to the UK
  57. Minimising losses of nitrogen from intensive agricultural systems
  58. Towards a strategic whole farm planning model including the nitrogen cycle
  59. Towards a strategic whole farm planning model including the nitrogen cycle
  60. Use of cyclonic ashes to remediate metal contaminated soils
  61. Comparison of biological and chemical indicators to evaluate soil remediation
  62. Prediction of Cd concentrations in wheat grain using simple soil and crop data
  63. Importance of sorption versus fixation reactions in decreasing metal bioavailability for in situ remediation
  64. Ability of soil amendments to reduce metal bioavailability on zinc and lead mine tailings
  65. Confidential report to Bayer CropScience
  66. Confidential report to Monsanto
  67. Confidential report to Monsanto
  68. The classic long-term experiments at Rothamsted: what have they told us about weeds?
  69. Exploring the factors that influence the uptake of botanical insecticides by farmers: a case study of tobacco-based products in Nigeria
  70. Impact assessment for multidisciplinary systems
  71. Within-field distributions of the seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis (Paykull) and its parasitoid, Trichomalus perfectus (Walker), on winter oilseed rape
  72. Farming and bees: a series of linked web pages for the FWAG Research Vision site
  73. Aquatic weed control with herbicides
  74. Invited comment
  75. 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 27 March 2002
  76. 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 1 November 2002
  77. Can our knowledge of glutamine synthetase lead to enhanced nitrogen use efficiency in wheat?
  78. Plant metabolomics: the missing link in functional genomics strategies
  79. Design of experiments
  80. Examine(exploitation of aphis monitoring in europe): an EU thematic network for the study of global change impacts on aphid dynamics
  81. The proteins of the mature barley grain and their role in determining malting performance
  82. Cloning and characterisation of (E) -beta-farnesene synthase genes
  83. Root growth of sugar beet varieties in response to soil mechanical impedance and drought. PhD thesis, University of Aberdeen
  84. The genus Nacobbus Thorne & Allen, 1944 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae): systematics, distribution, biology and management
  85. Virus succession in honeybee colonies infested with Varroa destructor
  86. GM crops, risk assessment, bees and honey
  87. GM crops, bee foraging behaviour and gene flow
  88. Reproductive cues of generalist and specialist aphids
  89. Differential response of pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus to different varieties of oilseed rape
  90. Changes in acceptability of barley plants to aphids after exposure to allelochemicals from couch-grass (Elytrigia repens )
  91. Exploiting plant secondary metabolism in insect pheromone production
  92. Mating behaviour and the sex pheromone of Culicoides nubeculosus (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
  93. Chemical ecology and integrated control of the orange wheat blossom midge, Sitodiplosis mosellana
  94. Lacewing chemical ecology - a push and a pull?
  95. Mechanisms of zinc, cadmuim and arsenic hyperaccumulation in plants
  96. Photosynthesis and nitrogen-use efficiency
  97. Vitamin C contents modulate defense processes and plant development
  98. Transposon tagging in hexaploid wheat
  99. Mode of action of destruxins - putative crop protection agents
  100. Defining type I and type II activity in insecticidal pyrethroids
  101. Herbicidal action of 2-hydroxy-3-alkyl-1,4-naphthoquinones
  102. Pesticidal activity and mode of action of dunnione and some related compounds
  103. Synthetic pyrethroid molecular probe to investigate interactions at the MET918THR super-kdr mutation in the para-voltage gated sodium channel
  104. Botanicals
  105. Pyrethroid insecticides
  106. Improving and exploiting 'self-defence' against wheat diseases
  107. Improving and exploiting self-defence against wheat diseases
  108. In field disease and nutrient stress detection by imaging spectrography at canopy level
  109. Detection of foliar disease in the field by the fusion of measurements made by optical sensors
  110. Understanding field resistance mechanisms for improved control of Septoria tritici
  111. Septoria epidemics on wheat: combined use of visual assessment and PCR-based diagnostics to identify mechanisms of disease escape
  112. Variation between Turnip mosaic virus isolates in Zhejiang Province, China and evidence for recombination
  113. Ecology of plant-parasitic nematodes, their host plants and antagonists in European coastal sand dunes: training opportunity for ecologists and agricultural biocontrol researchers (EcoTrain)
  114. Variance in Pochonia chlamydosporia and its importance in the regulation of nematode populations in the rhizosphere
  115. Isolates of the generalist parasite Pochonia chlamydosporia have specific interactions with their nematode hosts
  116. Magnetic separation as a tool in a sample preparation procedure for direct detection and quantification of trichodorid nematodes
  117. Proteins and expressed genes of the ectoparasite Xiphinema index
  118. Using monoclonal antibodies to discover parasitism proteins from the virus-vector nematode Xiphinema index
  119. Immuno-magnetic capture (IMC): a novel approach to nematode diagnostics
  120. Initial testing of potential fungal biological control agents for potato cyst nematodes
  121. Effects of phytohormones and root diffusates on the surfaces of plant-parasitic nematodes
  122. Effects of phytohormones and root diffusates on the surfaces of plant-parasitic nematodes
  123. The polypeptide components of the parasporal fibres of Pasteuria penetrans
  124. Evaluation of Polish and tropical isolates of the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium Goddard for the control of the root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita Kofoid & White) on tomato plants
  125. Immunolocalisation in planta of secretions from parasitic stages of Meloidogyne incognita and M. hispanica
  126. Immunolocalization of Tichinella spiralis L. surface and excreted/secreted antigens in situ
  127. Analysis of time series
  128. REML analysis of mixed models
  129. Towards an early warning system for winter wheat disease severity
  130. Spatial and temporal modelling
  131. Design and analysis of experiments
  132. Introduction
  133. GenStat release 6.1: new features
  134. Guide to GenStat release 6.1. Part 2. Statistics
  135. Guide to GenStat release 6.1. Part 1. Syntax and data
  136. Summary of other facilities
  137. Introduction, syntax and terminology
  138. GenStat release 6.1 reference manual. Part 3. Procedure library PL14
  139. GenStat release 6.1 reference manual. Part 2. Directives
  140. GenStat release 6.1 reference manual. Part 1. Summary
  141. Agricultural experiments
  142. Regression analysis
  143. Multivariate and cluster analysis
  144. Basic statistics and exploratory analysis
  145. Graphical display
  146. Programming in GenStat
  147. Calculations and data manipulation
  148. Input and output
  149. Data structures
  150. ASREML user guide release 1.0
  151. The effect of timing of water availability on grain protein concentration of winter wheat
  152. Comparison of nested simulated annealing and reactive tabu search for efficient experimental designs with correlated data
  153. The reactive tabu search for efficient correlated experimental designs
  154. Statistical and geostatistical analysis of the National Soil Inventory of England and Wales. Technical Report to the Department of Food and Rural Affairs
  155. Crop quality effects of sulphur and nitrogen
  156. Bioavailability of metals to soil microbes
  157. Impact of GM bacterial inoculants on the soil microbial community
  158. Release of transgenic bacterial inoculants in Europe
  159. Fate of GM rhizobial inoculants: lessons from Europe and elsewhere
  160. Genetic and functional diversity in the rhizosphere of oilseed rape, wheat and potatoes
  161. Soil organic matter and how to change it
  162. Comparing estimates of regional carbon sequestration potential using geographical information systems, dynamic soil organic matter models, and simple relationships
  163. Carbon cycling and sequestration opportunities in temperate arable agriculture
  164. Modelling soil C fluxes for the National CO2 Inventory: challenges and opportunities
  165. Plant and soil testing to assess the adequacy of phosphorus supply to winter oilseed rape (H-GCA Oilseeds Project Report No OS58)
  166. Enhanced biological cycling of phosphorus increases its availability to crops in low-input sub-Saharan farming systems
  167. Using the PSALM model to simulate losses of phosphate in drainage from arable land
  168. Phytoextraction of cadmium from soils treated with sewage sludge
  169. Phosphorus and potassium in organic farming systems. Increasing understanding to develop management guidelines at the farm scale
  170. An investigation of the relative importance of soil organic matter and fresh substrates for microbial survival in soils
  171. ATP concentration in the soil microbial biomass
  172. Evaluation of the critical phases for sulphur supply for optimum quality and yield of wheat
  173. Model validation (Interim report to American Crystal)
  174. Modelling sugarbeet growth and yield at Broom's Barn and its implications in developing yield forecasting for American Crystal Sugar (Initial report for American Crystal)
  175. Calibrating Broom's Barn sugar beet growth and yield model for growing conditions in the USA (Interim report to American Crystal)
  176. Cultivation and use of basket willows 2001
  177. The agronomic, environmental and economic implications of a combined food and energy system
  178. Genetic variation in the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium from southern European soils and molecular characterisation of the protease VCP1
  179. Comparative biology and epidemiology of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans on winter oilseed rape. PhD thesis, University of Hertfordshire
  180. Factors affecting the pathogenicity of Verticillium dahliae to spring linseed
  181. Implications of LIFE arable production for soil quality
  182. Fungicides in the control of Claviceps purpurea on cereals
  183. Nitrate as a signal in Arabidopsis
  184. Resistance to ACCase-inhibiting herbicides in UK populations of Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  185. Allelic diversity of simple sequence repeats among elite inbred lines of cultivated sunflower
  186. Effects of applying stem-shortening plant growth regulators to leaves on root elongation by seedlings of wheat, oat and barley: mediation by ethylene
  187. Identification of a cDNA encoding a novel C18-delta9 polyunsaturated fatty acid-specific elongating activity from the docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)-producing microalga, Isochrysis galbana
  188. Establishing a Lotus japonicus -nematode pathosystem to search for variations in their interactions
  189. Isolation of putative parasitism genes from Globodera pallida
  190. Can aspirin help identify leaf proteins active in defence responses?
  191. Comparison of the rate of embryogenic development of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida using flow cytometric analysis
  192. DiTera: mode of action of a biological nematicide
  193. Quantitative relationships between inoculum of Melampsora larici-epitea and corresponding disease on Salix
  194. Genetic variation in Melampsora larici-epitea on biomass willows assessed using AFLP
  195. Mycosphaerella graminicola : latent infection, crop devastation and genomics
  196. Status of antioxidant metabolites and enzymes in a catalase-deficient mutant of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  197. The production of polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants
  198. A new class of lipid desaturase central to sphingolipid biosynthesis and signalling
  199. Plumbing the depths of PUFA biosynthesis: a novel polyketide synthase-like pathway from marine organisms
  200. Mutations in the Bemisia tabaci para sodium channel gene associated with resistance to a pyrethroid plus organophosphate mixture
  201. Altering specifity of a Ricinus communis cytochrome b5 fusion desaturase
  202. Isolation and characterization of a cDNA encoding a delta8 sphingolipid desaturase from Aquilegia vulgaris
  203. Weed populations and crop rotations: exploring dynamics of a structured periodic system
  204. Spatial distribution patterns of predatory arthropods within an English hedgerow in early winter in relation to habitat variables
  205. Field margins in northern Europe: their functions and interactions with agriculture
  206. Genetic manipulation of rubisco: Chromatium vinosum rbc L is expressed in Nicotiana tabacum but does not form a functional protein
  207. Transferability and genome specificity of a new set of microsatellite primers among Brassica species of the U triangle
  208. Effects of plant defence activators on anthracnose disease of cashew
  209. Investigation of spray application of microbial herbicides using Alternaria alternata on Amaranthus retroflexus
  210. Limitation to photosynthesis in water-stressed leaves: stomata vs. metabolism and the role of ATP
  211. A role for HKT1 in sodium uptake by wheat roots
  212. Turnover of biomass C and P in soil following incorporation of glucose or ryegrass
  213. Serine proteinase inhibitors in the Compositae: distribution, polymorphism and properties
  214. Possibilities for reducing nitrate leaching from agricultural land
  215. Population differentiation of Potamogeton pectinatus in the Baltic Sea with reference to waterfowl dispersal
  216. A variable minisatellite sequence in the chloroplast genome of Sorbus L. (Rosaceae: Maloideae)
  217. Modelling herbicide dose and weed density effects on crop:weed competition
  218. Control of witchweed Striga hermonthica by intercropping with Desmodium spp., and the mechanism defined as allelopathic
  219. A manual for research on Verticillium chlamydosporium , a potential biological control agent for root-knot nematodes
  220. Stress-induced changes in the root architecture of white lupin (Lupinus albus ) in response to pH, bicarbonate, and calcium in liquid culture
  221. Herbicidal action of 2-hydroxy-3-alkyl-1,4-naphthoquinones
  222. Insecticidal 2-hydroxy-3-alkyl-1,4-naphthoquinones: correlation of inhibition of ubiquinol cytochrome c oxidoreductase (complex III) with insecticidal activity
  223. Effects of azoxystrobin on wheat take-all (H-GCA Project Report 285)
  224. Contrasting models for lactation curve analysis
  225. Long-distance signalling from roots to shoots assessed: the flooding story
  226. Role of semiochemicals in mate location by parasitic sea louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis
  227. Dynamics of insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci : a case study with the insect growth regulator pyriproxyfen
  228. Maintaining the effectiveness of DMI fungicides in cereal disease control strategies (H-GCA Project Report 275)
  229. An investigation of the ionophoric characteristics of destruxin A
  230. Reply to comment on "Modelling soil variation: past, present and future", by Phillipe Baveye
  231. In vivo activation of plasma membrane H+-ATPase hydrolytic activity by complex lipid-bound unsaturated fatty acids in Ustilago maydis
  232. Determination of the elemental composition of mature wheat grain using a modified secondary ion mass spectrometer (SIMS)
  233. Genetic diversity within populations of cyanobacteria assessed by analysis of single filaments
  234. The gibberellin pathway mediates KNOTTED1-type homeobox function in plants with different body plans
  235. Evaluation of critical phases of sulphur supply for optimum yield and quality of wheat (H-GCA Project Report 272)
  236. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae YBR159w gene encodes the 3-ketoreductase of the microsomal fatty acid elongase
  237. A genetic linkage map of willow (Salix viminalis) based on AFLP and microsatellite markers
  238. Studies of the transferability of microsatellites derived from Triticum tauschii to hexaploid wheat and to diploid related species using amplification, hybridization and sequence comparisons
  239. Characterisation of polymorphic microsatellite markers from Aegilops tauschii and transferability to the D-genome of bread wheat
  240. Plant-to-plant communication mediating in-flight orientation of Aphidius ervi
  241. Plant responses to water stress
  242. Agriolimacidae, Arionidae and Milacidae as pests in Western European oilseed rape
  243. Agriolimacidae, Arionidae and Milacidae as pests in Western European cereals
  244. Integrated control of slug damage
  245. A high degree of genetic diversity is revealed in Isatis spp. (dyer's woad) by amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP)
  246. Aspects on the attachment of Pasteuria penetrans on root-knot nematodes
  247. Nematode communities under stress: the long-term effects of heavy metals in soil treated with sewage sludge
  248. Microsatellite repeats in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris ): isolation, characterization, and cross-species amplification in Phaseolus ssp.
  249. Heritability, reliability of genetic evaluations and response to selection in proportional hazard models
  250. Dynamical behavior for a stage-structured SIR infectious disease model
  251. Transgenic barley grain overexpressing thioredoxin shows evidence that the starchy endosperm communicates with the embryo and the aleurone
  252. Elemental sulfur and thiol accumulation in tomato and defense against a fungal vascular pathogen
  253. Use of comparative molecular genetics to study pre harvest sprouting in wheat
  254. A review of farm-scale nutrient budgets for organic farms as a tool for management of soil fertility
  255. Modulation of cyanoalanine sythase and O -acetylserine (thiol) lyases A and B activity by beta-substituted alanyl and anion inhibitors
  256. Isolation and characterization of five novel high molecular weight subunit of glutenin genes from Triticum timopheevi and Aegilops cylindrica
  257. Structural analysis by 13C-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of glucan extracted from natural palm wine
  258. The gibberellin 20-oxidase of Gibberella fujikuroi is a multifunctional monooxygenase
  259. Regulation of sucrose and starch synthesis in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves: role of fructose 2,6-bisphosphate
  260. Responses of dormant heather (Calluna vulgaris ) seeds to light, temperature, chemical and advancement treatments
  261. Is there a circadian germination response to red light in celery (Apium graveolens L.) seeds?
  262. Effects of water deficit and its interaction with CO2 supply on the biochemistry and physiology of photosynthesis in sunflower
  263. Comparative structures and properties of elastic proteins
  264. A cullin gene is induced in tomato roots forming arbuscular mycorrhizae
  265. Verifying the nitrification to immobilisation ratio (N/I ) as a key determinant of potential nitrate in grassland and arable soils
  266. Genomics of phytopathogenic fungi and the development of bioinformatic resources
  267. A simple test for evaluation of transmission efficiency of barley yellow dwarf virus by aphids
  268. An increase in the speed of response, and sensitivity, of Avena fatua aleurone layers and protoplasts to gibberellin
  269. EuroSOMNET - a European database of long-term experiments on soil organic matter: the WWW metadatabase
  270. When is a measured soil organic matter fraction equivalent to a model pool?
  271. Using dynamic simulation models and the 'Dot-to-Dot' method to determine the optimum sampling times in field trials
  272. Effects of selected botanical insecticides on the behaviour and mortality of the glasshouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum and the parasitoid Encarsia formosa
  273. Crestonchulus crestus gen. n., sp. n. (Nematoda: Mononchida) from Cameroon
  274. Catoralaimellus cornutus gen. n., sp. n., and two new species of Macrolaimellus (Nematoda: Cephalobidae)
  275. The structure and properties of gluten: an elastic protein from wheat grain
  276. Cereal seed storage proteins: structures, properties and role in grain utilization
  277. Responses of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) to drought and nutrient deficiency stress
  278. Development and mapping of SSR markers for maize
  279. Characterization of Meloidogyne javanica surface coat with antibodies and their effect on nematode behaviour
  280. When rare species become endangered: cryptic speciation in myrmecophilous hoverflies
  281. Note: Determination of molecular weights of C hordeins by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry (MALDI-MS)
  282. Towards positional cloning of Vgt1 , a QTL controlling the transition from the vegetative to the reproductive phase in maize
  283. Insertional tagging of regulatory sequences in tritordeum; a hexaploid cereal species
  284. Effects of organic matter and iron oxides cation exchange equilibria and potassium selectivity in a volcanic ash soil of Chile
  285. Development of a larval bioassay for susceptibility of cat fleas (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae) to imidacloprid
  286. SEM studies of the pseudolabia and cervical armature of a female Heth (Rhigonematida: Hethidae)
  287. Strong founder effect in Drosophila pseudoobscura colonizing New Zealand from North America
  288. Submergence tolerance in rainfed lowland rice: physiological basis and prospects for cultivar improvement through marker-aided breeding
  289. A new class of lipid desaturases: identification of the delta4 sphingoid base desaturase
  290. EuroSOMNET - a database for long-term experiments on soil organic matter in Europe
  291. Following the dynamics of strobilurin resistance in Blumeria graminis f.sp. tritici using quantitative allele-specific real-time PCR measurements with the fluorescent dye SYBR Green 1
  292. Characterization of the major proteins of tubers of yam bean (Pachyrhizus ahipa )
  293. Characterization of starch from tubers of yam bean (Pachyrhizus ahipa )
  294. Mapping genes for resistance to sprouting damage in wheat
  295. Monoclonal antibodies reactive with secreted-excreted products from the amphids and the cuticle surface of Globodera pallida affect nematode movement and delay invasion of potato roots
  296. Amplified esterase genes and their relationship with other insecticide resistance mechanisms in English field populations of the aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  297. Diurnal changes in ammonia assimilation in transformed tobacco plants expressing ferredoxin-dependent glutamate synthase mRNA in the antisense orientation
  298. Genetic mapping of grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) applied to the detection of QTLs for seedlessness and berry weight
  299. The evolution of a population under recombination: how to linearise the dynamics
  300. Pre-treatment of cucumber plants with acibenzolar-S-methyl systemically primes a phenylalanine ammonia lyase gene (PAL1 ) for enhanced expression upon attack with a pathogenic fungus
  301. The impact of size-dependent predation on population dynamics and individual life history
  302. Ontogenetic niche shifts and evolutionary branching in size-structured populations
  303. Understanding the role of the cytoskeleton in wood formation in angiosperm trees: hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x P-tremuloides ) as the model species
  304. Myosin, microtubules, and microfilaments: co-operation between cytoskeletal components during cambial cell division and secondary vascular differentiation in trees
  305. Variability and genetic components of innate fruit odour recognition in a parasitoid of Drosophila
  306. Characterization of the emulsification properties of 2S albumins from sunflower seed
  307. Determining the oilseed rape pod strength needed to reduce seed loss due to pod shatter
  308. Temperature-dependent binding of monoclonal antibodies to C hordein
  309. CO2/O-2 specificity factor of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase in grapevines (Vitis vinifera L.): first in vitro determination and comparison to in vivo estimations
  310. Effects of phytohormones on the surfaces of plant-parasitic nematodes
  311. Biochemical analysis of transgenic tobacco lines producing bacterial serine acetyltransferase
  312. Cloning and expression of sesquiterpene synthase genes from Lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.)
  313. Targeting and membrane-insertion of a sunflower oleosin in vitro and in Saccharomyces cerevisiae : the central hydrophobic domain contains more than one signal sequence, and directs oleosin insertion into the endoplasmic reticulum membrane using a signal anchor sequence mechanism
  314. A Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene required for heterologous fatty acid elongase activity encodes a microsomal beta-keto-reductase
  315. GARNet, the Genomic Arabidopsis Resource Network
  316. Estimation of directional division frequencies in vascular cambium and in marginal meristematic cells of plants
  317. Elastomeric proteins: structures, biomechanical properties and biological roles
  318. Characterization and modelling of the hydrophobic domain of a sunflower oleosin
  319. Study of high molecular weight wheat glutenin 1Dx5 by C-13 and H-1 solid-state NMR spectroscopy. I. Role of covalent crosslinking
  320. Study of wheat high molecular weight 1Dx5 subunit by C-13 and H-1 solid state NMR. II. Roles of nonrepetitive terminal domains and length of repetitive domain
  321. Ecological genetics of an induced plant defense against herbivores: additive genetic variance and costs of phenotypic plasticity
  322. Immunolocalization of a putative cuticular collagen protein in several developmental stages of Meloidogyne arenaria , Globodera pallida and G. rostochiensis
  323. Interaction between protein allergens and model gastric emulsions
  324. Investigation and correction of the gene-derived sequence of glutenin subunit 1Dx2 by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation mass spectrometry
  325. Quantification of raindrop kinetic energy for improved prediction of splash-dispersed pathogens
  326. The voice of the future 2002
  327. Antifungal activity of Pseudomonas oryzihabitans a bacterium symbiotically associated with Steinernema abbasi towards Fusarium oxysporum and Rhizoctonia solani
  328. Arabidopsis is susceptible to the cereal ear blight fungal pathogens Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium culmorum
  329. Effects of the biological nematicide, DiTera, on movement and sensory responses of second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis , and stylet activity of G. rostochiensis and fourth stage juveniles of Ditylenchus dipsaci
  330. Different years, different concerns: changing problems encountered by the plant clinic
  331. Pests and diseases update in Europe - a report from the IIRB study group meeting in France
  332. Laboratory bioassays to assess the pathogenicity of mitosporic fungi to Varroa destructor (Acari: Mesostigmata), an ectoparasitic mite of the honeybee, Apis mellifera
  333. Possibilities and constraints of agro-ecosystem diversification as a pest management strategy: a simulation approach
  334. Other vectors
  335. Rubisco activity: effects of drought stress
  336. Progress toward a drought tolerant sugar beet
  337. Sugar beet
  338. The effect of soil acidity on potentially mobile phosphorus in a grassland soil
  339. Rhizomania management in the UK; year 1 of the new joint industry policy in operation
  340. Quasi-steady state approximation to a fungal growth model
  341. Modelling plant virus epidemics in a plantation-nursery system
  342. The effect of nitrogen supply and virus yellows infection on the growth, yield and processing quality of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris)
  343. Minimising losses of nitrogen from intensive agricultural systems
  344. Control of glutathione synthesis during chilling in maize leaves
  345. Photosynthetic nitrogen assimilation and associated carbon and respiratory metabolism
  346. Photosynthetic nitrogen assimilation: inter-pathway control and signaling
  347. A polyphasic approach to characterise Pasteuria penetrans isolates, an unculturable and obligate parasite of plant-parasitic nematodes
  348. Effects of elevated CO2 and drought on wheat: testing crop simulation models for different experimental and climatic conditions
  349. Interactive forecasting on the Internet of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) risk for winter oilseed rape
  350. Some problems in the design and analysis of field experiments subject to interplot interference
  351. The effect of late weed control in GM herbicide-tolerant sugar beet on the biodiversity of arthropods
  352. The effect of clothianidin on aphids and virus yellows in sugar beet
  353. Biotypes of Bemisia tabaci and their relevance to insecticide resistance management
  354. Biological evaluation of AMS 13839, a new insecticide from Bayer AG, and assessment of possible resistance risks. May 2000-April 2002 Final confidential report
  355. What makes genetically modified crops so distasteful?
  356. Dissecting a host parasite interaction
  357. The role of pollen odour in the attraction of pollen beetles to oilseed rape flowers
  358. Modelling the transmission dynamics of Ross River virus in Southwestern Australia
  359. The effects of insecticide seed treatments on beneficial invertebrates in sugar beet
  360. The development of sugar-beet rhizomania and its control in the UK
  361. Aplicacion de la estadistica
  362. A review of genetic parameter estimation
  363. ASREML estimates variance matrices from multivariate data using the animal model
  364. Statistical models for the genetic analysis of longitudinal data
  365. Insecticide resistance in the currant-lettuce aphid, Nasonovia ribisnigri
  366. Barley yellow dwarf luteoviruses and other virus diseases
  367. The fate of residual 15N-labelled fertilizer in arable soils: its availability to subsequent crops and retention in soil
  368. Assessing bioavailability of zinc, cadmium and copper in soils to the indicator plant Lepidium heterophyllum
  369. Heavy metal and metalloid hyperaccumulating plants: physiology and potential for phytoremediation
  370. Uptake of metals by plants sharing a rhizosphere with the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  371. Bioavailability of heavy metals from sewage sludge and some long-term effects on soil microbes in agricultural ecosystems
  372. Sulphur in soils: processes, behaviour and measurement
  373. Sulphur deficiency diagnosis using plant tissue analysis
  374. History and outlook for sulphur fertilisers in Europe
  375. Crop responses to sulphur fertilisation in Europe
  376. Genetically modified crops
  377. Does the movement of viruses matter?
  378. Does the movement of viruses matter?
  379. A polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay for the detection of inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
  380. Effects of temperature and incubation time on germination of ascospores of Leptosphaeria maculans and Leptosphaeria biglobosa in vitro
  381. Identification and transmission of Piper yellow mottle virus and Cucumber mosaic virus infecting black pepper (Piper nigrum ) in Sri Lanka
  382. Continuing developments in trap cropping as an additional or alternative control method for PCN
  383. Viruses of Poaceae : a case history in plant pathology
  384. Coconut lethal diseases associated with phytoplasmas. A global review
  385. Effects of Bt plants on natural enemies of brassica pests
  386. Effect of Erynia neoaphidis infection and coccinellid foraging on the spatial distribution of aphids on plants
  387. Steinernema asiaticum sp. n. (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae) from Pakistan
  388. Ecuadorus equatorius gen. n., sp. n. and Nanidorus mexicanus sp. n. (Nematoda: Trichodoridae)
  389. Sicorinema didelphum sp. n. and Paratimminema tulocephalatum sp. n. (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) from tropical rainforest in West Africa
  390. Study on species of Diploscapter Cobb (Nematoda: Rhabditida) from India including D. indicus sp. n.
  391. Site-specific management of nematodes - pitfalls and practicalities
  392. High-altitude migration of the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella to the U.K.: a study using radar, aerial netting and ground trapping
  393. Weather and climate in the long-term decline of the garden tiger moth (Arctia caja ) in Great Britain
  394. Influence of flight and colour morph on susceptibility of Sitobion avenae to infection by Erynia neoaphidis
  395. The potential use of microwaves for the control of potato cyst nematodes in soil
  396. Altered performance of forest pests under atmospheres enriched by CO2 and O3
  397. Spatiotemporal analyses of aphids and natural enemies in a cereal field
  398. Ecological and genetic correlates of long-term population trends in the Park Grass Experiment
  399. Development of diagnostics to identify sugar beet virus yellows
  400. Development of diagnostics to identify virus yellows in plants and aphids
  401. Sciarid fungus gnat larvae in sugar beet fields (Dip.: Sciaridae)
  402. Studies on allometric growth relationships of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris ) grown in nutrient culture
  403. Sub-lethal effects of the insecticides pirimicarb and dimethoate on the aphid parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) when attacking and developing in insecticide-resistant hosts
  404. Foliar insect pest management on cowpea (Vigna unguiculata Walpers) in simulated varietal mixtures I. The suitability of partial insecticide applications
  405. Foliar insect pest management on cowpea (Vigna unguiculata Walpers) in simulated varietal mixtures II. Pest resistance management implications
  406. The variational expression of Bt proteins within transgenic canola and its movement through trophic levels
  407. The International Pollinator Initiative
  408. MASTER: management strategies for European rape pests - a new EU project
  409. Insect pollination and crop production: a European perspective
  410. Integrated pest management strategies incorporating bio-control for European oilseed rape pests
  411. Cultivation of GM crops in the EU, farmland biodiversity and bees
  412. La necrose du collet du colza: analyse de la distribution du champignon dans la plante a l'aide d'outils moleculaires
  413. Control of potato cyst nematodes by site-specific application of nematicides - limitations and possibilities
  414. Efficacy of neonicotinoids and pymetrozine against peach-potato aphids carrying various forms of insecticide resistance
  415. Genetic diversity in Echinochloa spp. collected from different geographic origins and within rice fields in Cote d'Ivoire
  416. Optimising control of phoma stem canker in winter oilseed rape in the UK
  417. New perspectives on the epidemiology and management of phoma stem canker of winter oilseed rape in England
  418. Factors affecting the pathogenicity of Verticillium dahliae to spring linseed
  419. Interactions between carbon and nitrogen metabolism
  420. Are leaf hydrogen peroxide concentrations commonly overestimated? The potential influence of artefactual interference by tissue phenolics and ascorbate
  421. Regulation of photosynthesis and antioxidant metabolism in maize leaves at optimal and chilling temperatures: review
  422. Vitamin C contents modulate defence and plant development via transcriptional regulation
  423. Roles for plant mitochondria in photosynthesis and oxidative stress
  424. How does photorespiration modulate leaf amino acid contents? A dual approach through modelling and metabolite analysis
  425. Consequences of a respiratory complex I defect on the establishment of the hypersensitive response
  426. Oxidative stress and plant mitochondria
  427. Drought and oxidative load in the leaves of C3 plants: a predominant role for photorespiration?
  428. Investigating the spatial distribution of parasitoids using molecular markers
  429. Plant protein families and their relationships to food allergy
  430. Field evaluation and agronomic performance of transgenic wheat
  431. The soil's the thing
  432. Mechanisms of arsenic hyperaccumulation in Pteris vittata . Uptake kinetics, interactions with phosphate and arsenic speciation
  433. Maturation of ascospores of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans (stem canker) on oilseed rape debris
  434. Development of leaf blotch (Rhynchosporium secalis ) epidemics on barley
  435. Effects of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) infection on winter survival and yield of oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  436. Effects of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) infection on canopy size and yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  437. Responses of some American, European and Japanese wheat cultivars to soil-borne wheat viruses in China
  438. Characterisation of sucrose-phosphate synthase in wheat. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield
  439. Interactions between transgenic crops and parasitoids
  440. Design considerations for an harmonic radar to investigate the flight of insects at low altitude
  441. Editorial: technologies for insect movement and migration research
  442. Remote-sensing, telemetric and computer-based technologies for investigating insect movement: a survey of existing and potential techniques
  443. Uses of mathematical models in sugar beet agriculture
  444. Parasitoid interactions between crop and margin habitat
  445. Design, analysis and power considerations of field-scale ecological assessments of genetically modified crops
  446. The search for drought tolerance in sugar beet
  447. What is a weed?
  448. Activity of AEF6102-04H (mesosulfuron + iodosulfuron) on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) and Italian rye-grass (Lolium multiflorum ). Outdoor container studies 2001/2002. (Confidential report for Aventis CropScience UK Ltd)
  449. Herbicide resistance
  450. Sugar beet and related crops
  451. Nematode management in subsistence farming in Mexico
  452. Recent advances in the detection of airborne inoculum of plant pathogens using molecular methods
  453. Developing a weed patch spraying system for use in arable crops (H-GCA Project Report No. 291)
  454. Estimation of seed production by Stellaria media, Sinapis arvensis and Tripleurospermum inodorum in arable crops
  455. Sporulation of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) leaves inoculated with ascospores or conidia at different temperatures and wetness durations
  456. The effect of dose rate of imidacloprid and clothianidin on insecticide-resistant clones of Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  457. Biological properties and molecular characterization of beet chlorosis virus (BChV)
  458. Farm tests for nitrogen models
  459. The bi-centenary of sugar beet
  460. 200 years of sugar beet
  461. Resistance to carbamate, organophosphate and pyrethroid and pyrethroid insecticides in the potato aphid (Macrosiphum euphorbiae )
  462. Spatial pattern in the distribution of pests and yield in an oilseed rape crop: implications for ICM
  463. Comparison of approaches for estimating carbon sequestration at the regional scale
  464. Simulating SOC changes in long-term experiments with RothC and CENTURY: model evaluation for a regional scale application
  465. Insecticide resistance in Egyptian strains of Bemisia tabaci
  466. Behavioural consequences of pyrethroid resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  467. Outdoor lettuce: the control of aphids resistant to insecticides. Final report to the Horticultural Development Council
  468. Incidence and management of insect resistance to neonicotinoids
  469. Controlling infection of cereal grain by toxigenic Fusarium species using fungal competitors
  470. Expression analysis of putative high-affinity phosphate transporters in Chinese winter wheats
  471. Turnip rape (Brassica rapa) as a trap crop to protect oilseed rape (Brassica napus) from infestation by insect pests: potential and mechanisms of action
  472. Development of vertical-looking radar technology for monitoring insect migration
  473. Chemical ecology and conservation of the stag beetle, Lucanus cervus
  474. Insect pollinator movement and plant gene flow along linear features in the landscape
  475. Inoculum sources of the toxigenic ear-blight pathogen, Fusarium culmorum , in wheat
  476. Resistance to insecticides in the currant-lettuce aphid, Nasonovia ribisnigri : laboratory and field evidence
  477. The evaluation of rhizomania resistant sugar beet for the UK
  478. The mosaic viruses of winter barley: problems and prospects
  479. Arsenic hyperaccumulation by different fern species
  480. Stable sulphur isotope ratio as an indicator of atmospheric sulphur inputs to agricultural systems
  481. The EU regulatory framework for GM foods in relation to bee products
  482. The EU regulatory framework for GM crops in relation to bees
  483. Interactions in the root environment - an integrated approach. The Rothamsted Millennium Conference
  484. Management of aquatic weeds
  485. Changes in the population structure of beta-group autotrophic ammonia oxidising bacteria in arable soils in response to agricultural practice
  486. Bumblebees in the agricultural landscape of Estonia
  487. In situ remediation of metal-contaminated soils: chemical, biological and isotopic assessments
  488. Hyperaccumulation of cadmium and zinc: physiological background and phytoextraction potential
  489. In situ fixation of metals and metalloids using iron-rich co-products
  490. Arsenic distribution and speciation in the fronds of the hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata
  491. Trace metal leaching through a soil-grassland system after sewage sludge application
  492. An overview of insecticide resistance
  493. 16S rRNA interoperon sequence heterogeneity distinguishes strain populations of palm lethal yellowing phytoplasma in the Caribbean region
  494. Spatial patterns of insect pest distribution in an oilseed rape crop: relationships to plant growth and yield and significance for IPM
  495. Spatial pattern and the relationship between pests and plant growth in a winter oilseed rape crop
  496. Measurement of ATP in soil: correcting for incomplete recovery
  497. Managing aphid-transmitted viruses in Scottish seed potato crops
  498. Detection of herbicide resistance in black-grass, Italian rye-grass and wild-oat at all growth stages.(H-GCA Project Report No. 279)
  499. Management strategies for European rape pests - a new EU project
  500. Biology of Leptosphaeria maculans ascospore release in England and Poland
  501. Effects of timing on Leptosphaeria maculans ascospore release and fungicide regime on phoma leaf spot and phoma stem canker development on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in southern England
  502. Pod shatter resistance: exploitation of Arabidopsis genes to develop a productivity trait in oilseed rape
  503. Environmental assessment of sugar beet production
  504. Assessment of alien invasive aquatic weeds in the UK
  505. The influence of the symbiotic plasmid pRL1J1 on the distribution of GM rhizobia in soil and crop rhizospheres, and implications for gene flow
  506. Assessing phosphorus 'Change-Points' and leaching potential by isotopic exchange and sequential fractionation
  507. Patterns of loss of bromide, phosphate, triallate and chlordane from sandy soil in lysimeters
  508. Patterns of loss of bromide, phosphate, triallate and chlordane from sandy soil in lysimeters
  509. Phosphate losses through field drains in a heavy cultivated soil
  510. Getting to grips with ABCs
  511. Identification of plant vacuole-specific proteins using the GARNet proteomics facility
  512. Vascular structure of oilseed rape pods and its importance in valve separation
  513. Exploring variety - environment data using random effects AMMI models with adjustments for spatial field trend: Part 2. Applications
  514. Exploring variety - environment data using random effects AMMI models with adjustments for spatial field trend: Part 1. Theory
  515. Altered phenotypic response to Peronospora parasitica in Brassica juncea seedlings following prior inoculation with an avirulent or virulent isolate of Albugo candida
  516. (+)-(10R )-germacrene A synthase from goldenrod, Solidago canadensis ; cDNA isolation, bacterial expression and functional analysis
  517. Unravelling the role of trehalose-6-phosphate in metabolic signalling in photosynthetic tissue
  518. Genotypic variation for drought tolerance in Beta vulgaris
  519. Isolation and characterisation of genes induced during non-host resistance to Polymyxa spp.
  520. The development of a quantitative ELISA for the detection of Polymyxa betae
  521. Weed beet control 2002
  522. Studies of spray application of microbial herbicides in relation to conidial propagule content of spray droplets and retention on target
  523. Characterization of (1R ,4S ,4aR ,7S ,7aR ) -dihydronepetalactol as a semiochemical for lacewings, including Chrysopa spp. and Peyerimhoffina gracilis
  524. Characterization of cereal cyst nematodes, Heterodera spp., in Norway
  525. All you ever wanted to know about aphids in sugar beet, but were afraid to ask
  526. Characterisation of the glutathione-dependent formaldehyde detoxification pathway in Arabidopsis , wheat and rice
  527. Sugar-beet powdery mildew (Erysiphe betae )
  528. Assessment of the implications of introducing imidacloprid treatment on UK potatoes for the evolution of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae (Report to the British Potato Council)
  529. Photorespiration-dependent increases in phosphoenol pyruvate carboxylase, isocitrate dehydrogenase and glutamate dehydrogenase in transformed tobacco plants deficient in ferredoxin-dependent glutamine-alpha-ketoglutarate aminotransferase
  530. Insecticide resistance on the move
  531. Use of the polyphenol oxidase enzyme assay to assess resistance of aphids against the entomopathogenic fungus Erynia neoaphidis (Report to HGCA on SAPPIO LINK 1159: Novel strategies for aphid control using entomopathogenic fungi)
  532. Novel approaches to weed management and their effects on sugar beet yield
  533. Diseases in 2001 and their control
  534. Molecular studies on intra-specific variation in the aphid pathogenic fungus Erynia (=Pandora) neoaphidis
  535. Relationship between brown foot rot and DNA of Microdochium nivale , determined by quantitative PCR, in stem bases of winter wheat
  536. Evidence for host differential resistance and pathogenic variability from interactions between Brassica juncea - Albugo candidia
  537. Effects of temperature on germination of UK and Polish Leptosphaeria maculans ascospores and on phoma leaf spot development
  538. Effect of strain-specific hypersensitive resistance on spatial patterns of virus spread
  539. Identification of non-host plant volatiles repellent to pollen beetles
  540. Improving the nutritional quality and functional properties of seed proteins by genetic engineering
  541. Field-scale studies on spatio-temporal relationships between aphids and natural enemies
  542. A tiered approach for evaluating Erynia neoaphidis isolates against seven aphid species
  543. GM crops: good or bad for natural enemies?
  544. Interactions between Bt oilseed rape and natural enemies
  545. Is trelahose-6-phosphate required in development because it controls primary metabolism?
  546. Design and analysis of farm-scale evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  547. Cadmium and zinc toxicity to soil microbial biomass and activity
  548. Stability of weed patches
  549. Illustrations and guidelines for selecting statistical methods for quantifying spatial pattern in ecological data
  550. A new method to measure spatial association for ecological count data
  551. Common components, networks and pathways of cross-tolerance to stress. The central role of "redox" and abscisic acid-mediated controls
  552. Interactions between biosynthesis, compartmentation and transport in the control of glutathione homeostasis and signalling
  553. Photosynthetic carbon assimilation and associated metabolism in relation to water deficits in higher plants
  554. Carbon and nitrogen assimilation in relation to yield: mechanisms are the key to understanding production systems
  555. Short-term plasticity of crassulacean acid metabolism expression in the epiphytic bromeliad, Tillandsia usneoides
  556. Cloning and characterisation of S -formylglutathione hydrolase from Arabidopsis thaliana : a pathway for formaldehyde detoxification
  557. Regulation of rubisco activity in crassulacean acid metabolism plants: better late than never
  558. Sensitive dependencies and separation distances for genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  559. GM crops - the debate continues
  560. Interactions between entomopathogenic fungi and predators
  561. Monitoring insect dispersal: methods and approaches
  562. How far do honey bees fly to fields of Brassica napus (oilseed rape)?
  563. Characterising bumblebee orientation flights with harmonic radar
  564. Herbicide-resistant weeds
  565. Experience with herbicide resistance in Europe: global implications
  566. Nitrous oxide emission from a range of land uses across Europe
  567. Transcripts of Vp-1 homeologues are misspliced in modern wheat and ancestral species
  568. Post-harvest weed seed predation: an Avena fatua case study
  569. The persistence of seeds of 16 weed species over six years in two arable fields
  570. Functional properties of wheat gliadins. II. Effects on dynamic rheological properties of wheat gluten
  571. Functional properties of wheat gliadins. I. Effects on mixing characteristics and bread making quality
  572. Semiochemical strategies for sea louse control: host location cues
  573. Identification and localisation of glycoproteins in the extracellular matrices around germ-tubes and appressoria of Colletotrichum species
  574. Controlling powdery mildews with chemistry
  575. BYDV: the heat is on
  576. Cellular and intracellular transport of glutathione in wheat. MPhil thesis, University of Nottingham
  577. Temporal and spatial dynamics of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  578. Why worry about insecticide-resistant aphids?
  579. Field-simulator studies of insecticide resistance to dimethylcarbamates and pyrethroids conferred by metabolic- and target site-based mechanisms in peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  580. Bioassay and field-simulator studies of the efficacy of pymetrozine against peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae), possessing different mechanisms of insecticide resistance
  581. Control of germination and lipid mobilization by COMATOSE , the Arabidopsis homologue of human ALDP
  582. Economies in nematode management from precision agriculture: limitations and possibilities
  583. Amplification and detection of transposon insertion flanking sequences using fluorescent Mu AFLP
  584. A balanced view of scale in spatial statistical analysis
  585. Understanding and combating insecticide resistance
  586. Characterisation of knockdown resistance to pyrethroid insecticides in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  587. Biological control of ear blight of wheat caused by Fusarium culmorum
  588. A model of pollinator-mediated gene flow between plant populations with numerical solutions for bumblebees pollinating oilseed rape
  589. Cloning and sequence analysis of the eburicol 14alpha-demethylase encoding gene (CYP51 ) from the Japanese pear scab fungus Venturia nashicola
  590. Turnip rape as a trap crop to protect oilseed rape from infestation by insect pests: potential and mechanisms of action
  591. Long-term decline in abundance and distribution of the garden tiger moth (Arctia caja ) in Great Britain
  592. Root penetration of strong soil in rainfed lowland rice: comparison of laboratory screens with field performance
  593. Food for insect pollinators on farmland: insect visits to flowers of annual seed mixtures
  594. Evidence of recombination between net- and spot-type populations of Pyrenophora teres as determined by RAPD analysis
  595. Detection of airborne inoculum of Leptosphaeria maculans and Pyrenopeziza brassicae in oilseed rape crops by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays
  596. Nematode pests of potato in the mesothermic valleys of the Andean region, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia
  597. Detection of genetic variation in Alternaria brassicicola using AFLP fingerprinting
  598. Effects of atmospheric deposition, soil pH and acidification on heavy metal contents in soils and vegetation of semi-natural ecosystems at Rothamsted Experimental Station, UK
  599. Weed wizard: black-grass population model
  600. Effects of aphid-induced plant volatiles on intraguild interactions at the third trophic level
  601. Using novel variation in Brassica species to reduce agricultural inputs and improve agronomy of oilseed rape - a case study in pod shatter resistance
  602. Long-term performance of fungicides applied to control eyespot in winter wheat
  603. Biochemical characterisation of pirimicarb resistance in the currant-lettuce aphid, Nasonovia ribisnigri
  604. The natural control of the tracheal mite of honey bees
  605. What governs nitrogen loss from forest soils?
  606. Evidence of low selenium concentrations in UK bread-making wheat grain
  607. The complete sequence of Oat mosaic virus and evidence for deletion and duplication in RNA2
  608. Bean common mosaic virus isolates causing different symptoms in asparagus bean in China differ greatly in the 5'-parts of their genomes
  609. Colonization of winter oilseed rape tissues by A/Tox+ and B/Tox0 Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) in France and England
  610. Stimulation of Armillaria mellea by phenolic fungicides
  611. Arsenic in field-collected soil solutions and extracts of contaminated soils and its implication to soil standards
  612. Analysing repeated measurements in soil monitoring and experimentation
  613. Insect spatial population dynamics in winter rape: potential to reduce environmental impacts
  614. On the mapping of quantitative trait loci at marker and non-marker locations
  615. Colonization of the developing rhizosphere of sugar beet seedlings by potential biocontrol agents applied as seed treatments
  616. Differential resistance to Albugo candida in Brassica juncea - preliminary results
  617. Development of a DSS for diseases and pests in winter oilseed rape
  618. Identification of SnIP1, a novel protein that interacts with SNF1-related protein kinase (SnRK1)
  619. Convergence velocity of an evolutionary algorithm with self-adaptation
  620. Leaching losses of sulphur from different forms of sulphur fertilizers: a field lysimeter study
  621. How the Rothamsted long-term experiments have been modified to ensure their continued relevance
  622. Apparent competition between two species of aphid via the fungal pathogen Erynia neoaphidis and its interaction with the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi
  623. Window Pane, la redecouverte d'une ancienne methode: quel avenir? Etude de l'exemple de la Septoriose (Mycosphaerella graminocola ) du ble d'hiver
  624. Simulation of vertical spread of plant diseases in a crop canopy by stem extension and splash dispersal
  625. Repellents
  626. Interactions among the aphid Diuraphis noxia , the entomopathogenic fungus Paecilomyces fumosoroseus and the coccinellid Hippodamia convergens
  627. Interactions between the willow beetle Phratora vulgatissima and different genotypes of Salix viminalis
  628. Modelling the daily progress of light leaf spot epidemics on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ), in relation to Pyrenopeziza brassicae inoculum concentrations and weather factors
  629. The effect of rainfall on the survivorship and establishment of a biocontrol agent
  630. Co-ordination of leaf minor amino acid contents in crop species: significance and interpretation
  631. Development of stem-base pathogens on different cultivars of winter wheat determined by quantitative PCR
  632. Time lags in metapopulation responses to landscape change
  633. Effects of drought on contrasting insect and plant species in the UK in the mid-1990s
  634. Effects of culture age, washing and storage conditions on desiccation tolerance of Colletotrichum truncatum conidia
  635. Effects of nutrition on desiccation tolerance and virulence of Colletotrichum truncatum and Alternaria alternata conidia
  636. Diurnal variation of photosynthesis and photoinhibition in tea: effects of irradiance and nitrogen supply during growth in the field
  637. Potato cyst nematodes in England and Wales - occurrence and distribution
  638. The role of glutamine synthetase and glutamate dehydrogenase in nitrogen assimilation and possibilities for improvement in the nitrogen utilization of crops
  639. Weed population dynamics and crop rotations: exploring effects of event sequence in a structured periodic system
  640. Grower's Guide 6th edition goes on-line
  641. Weed control in 2002
  642. Low cost weed control in UK sugar beet production?
  643. Recommendations for testing toxicity to microbes in soil
  644. Analysis of potentially mobile phosphorus in arable soils using solid state nuclear magnetic resonance
  645. Host-based genotype variation in insects revisited
  646. The biological improbability of a clone
  647. 'Time-slice' observations of nature
  648. Influence of iron status on cadmium and zinc uptake by different ecotypes of the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  649. Outdoor studies of the efficacy of Alternaria alternata in controlling Amaranthus retroflexus
  650. Morphological variation in the Coemansia spiralis complex
  651. The development of potential screens based on shoot calcium and iron concentrations for the evaluation of tolerance in Egyptian genotypes of white lupin (Lupinus albus L.) to limed soils
  652. Beet and the weather in 2001
  653. Effect of plantation design on stem-infecting form of rust in willow biomass coppice
  654. Aerodynamic diameter of conidia of Erynia neoaphidis and other entomophthoralean fungi
  655. Why maintain potash reserves? (PDA leaflet 28)
  656. Guidelines for preventing and managing insecticide resistance in aphids on potatoes
  657. Improved PCR-based assays for pre-symptomatic diagnosis of light leaf spot and determination of mating type of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on winter oilseed rape
  658. Identification of transposon-tagged maize genes displaying homology to arrayed cDNA clones with the use of Mutator insertion display
  659. Establishment of susceptibility profiles of cat fleas to imidacloprid and development of a program to monitor for imidacloprid susceptibility among cat flea populations - a 2002 update
  660. Crassulacean acid metabolism: plastic, fantastic
  661. Pests of sugar beet in 2001
  662. Analysis and management of resistance to chemotherapeutants in salmon lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda: Caligidae)
  663. Melanic frequencies in three species of moths in post industrial Britain
  664. The yield and composition of switchgrass and coastal panic grass grown as a biofuel in Southern England
  665. Characterisation of a potyvirus and a potexvirus from Chinese scallion
  666. Characterisation of potyviruses from sugarcane and maize in China
  667. Fat-hen, other Chenopodiaceae and amaranths
  668. Localization of melanin in conidia of Alternaria alternata using phage display antibodies
  669. The plant-pollinator community of a tropical dry forest, Costa Rica
  670. An isoleucine to leucine substitution in the ACCase of Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) is associated with resistance to the herbicide sethoxydim
  671. Sethoxydim resistance: a point mutation in the Alopecurus myosuroides ACCase gene
  672. Changes in populations of the eyespot fungi Tapesia yallundae and T. acuformis under different fungicide regimes in successive crops of winter wheat, 1984-2000
  673. Encoding of host and non-host plant odours by receptor neurones in the eucalyptus woodborer, Phoracantha semipunctata (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
  674. Herbivory in global climate change research: direct effects of rising temperature on insect herbivores
  675. Elucidating the biosynthesis of 2-carboxyarabinitol 1-phosphate through reduced expression of chloroplastic fructose 1,6-bisphosphate phosphatase and radiotracer studies with 14CO2
  676. Fungi
  677. Fungally-transmitted mosaic viruses of barley
  678. Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in Echinochloa (L.) Beauv. spp.
  679. Drought risk assessment for UK winter wheat under climate change
  680. The role of the rhizobium symbiotic plasmid in survival in the soil and the rhizosphere
  681. The fate of genetically modified rhizobial inoculants in the field
  682. Predicting arsenic solubility in contaminated soils using isotopic dilution techniques
  683. Drought - greater risk for future wheat production in England?
  684. Quantification in soil and the rhizosphere of the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium by competitive PCR and comparison with selective plating
  685. Modelling soil C fluxes for the National CO2 Inventory: challenges and opportunities
  686. Synthesis of (2E )-4-hydroxy-3-methylbut-2-enyl diphosphate, a key intermediate in the biosynthesis of isoprenoids
  687. Quantitative PCR monitoring of the effect of azoxystrobin treatments on Mycosphaerella graminicola epidemics in the field
  688. Insecticide resistance in the currant-lettuce aphid and aphid control in outdoor lettuce
  689. Confidential Report to Cotton Research and Development Corporation
  690. Spatial variability in the degradation rates of isoproturon and chlorotoluron in a clay soil
  691. In situ fixation of metals in soils using bauxite residue: chemical assessment
  692. In situ fixation of metals in soils using bauxite residue: biological effects
  693. Risk assessment for barley yellow dwarf virus in autumn-sown cereals in the United Kingdom, based on generalised linear models relating incidence to crop and field variables
  694. Relationships between weather and winter wheat foliar diseases
  695. Factors affecting the development of Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) on linseed (Linum usitatissimum ) buds, flowers and capsules
  696. New developments in insecticide resistance in the glasshouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum ) and the two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae ) in the UK
  697. SAPPIO Link for integrated management of PCN
  698. Characterisation of some carla- and potyviruses from bulb crops in China
  699. Spatial organization of the glucosinolate-myrosinase system in brassica specialist aphids is similar to that of the host plant
  700. Characteristics of cadmium uptake in two contrasting ecotypes of the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  701. Potassium and chloride in crops and soils: the role of potassium chloride fertilizer in crop nutrition (IPI Research Topics No. 22)
  702. Understanding phosphorus and its use in agriculture
  703. Failure of the Mycobacterium bovis BCG vaccine: some species of environmental mycobacteria block multiplication of BCG and induction of protective immunity to tuberculosis
  704. Physiology and biochemistry
  705. Optical disease detection and estimation of latent infections around disease foci for targeted pesticide application
  706. Probing the mechanism of loss of carbon-20 in gibberellin biosynthesis. Synthesis of gibberellin 3alpha,20-hemiacetal and 19,20-lactol analogues and their metabolism by a recombinant GA 20-oxidase
  707. Dynamics of the relationship between a generalist predator and slugs over five years
  708. Hatching
  709. A population-dynamics approach to assess the threat of plant pathogens as biological weapons against annual crops
  710. An insecticidal mixture of tetramethylcyclohexenedione isomers from Kunzea ambigua and Kunzea baxterii
  711. Insect pests and global environmental change
  712. Just how much do you know about PCN?
  713. Detection of airborne fungal spores sampled by rotating-arm and Hirst-type spore traps using polymerase chain reaction assays
  714. Cotton whitefly (Bemisia tabaci ) resistance to organophosphate and pyrethroid insecticides in Pakistan
  715. The effects of seed rate and row spacing on light interception, dry matter accumulation and seed yield in non-dwarf and dwarf genotypes of autumn-sown determinate white lupins (Lupinus albus ) in north-west Europe
  716. Fresh additions of heavy metals do not model long-term effects on microbial biomass and activity
  717. Phytoremediation of metals, metalloids, and radionuclides
  718. Soil solid-phase controls lead activity in soil solution
  719. Interactive on-line forecasts of oilseed rape disease
  720. Gene flow in the soil environment: use of earthworm casts to validate FTIR spectroscopy, coupled with machine learning, as a 'sentinel' technology for high-throughput monitoring of global changes in microbial ecology
  721. Nitrogen flows on farms with an extended grazing management system
  722. Development of an odour management strategy for mushroom composting
  723. A radio bolus to monitor rumen pH and temperature in cattle
  724. Soil structuring capacities of white clover varieties
  725. Gross and net rates of mineralization and microbial activity in permanent pastures following fertilizer applications at different time intervals
  726. Pathogen transfer from grassland soils to surface waters
  727. Diversity and functional role of predatory invertebrates and their prey in a grass ecosystem
  728. Interactions between clover root weevil (Sitona lepidus ) larval feeding on white clover and arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization
  729. Litter quality affects microbial populations and their activities in ageing earthworm casts
  730. Pathogen transfer from grassland soils to surface waters
  731. The effect of nitrogen concentration in floodwater on nitrous oxide fluxes from intertidal sediments: the Couesnon River Estuary, Normandy, France.
  732. Sequestration of excretal and farm-waste derived carbon in agricultural soils
  733. Autecology of Hygrocybe spp. in temperate grasslands
  734. Managing C transfers from grasslands to limit impacts on waterways
  735. Investigations of the effects of herbicidal control of broad-leaved dock and creeping thistle: results for 2002
  736. Progress report on efficacy trials: Interim results for 2002
  737. Investigations of the effects of herbicidal control of broad-leaved dock on herbage production
  738. A method to investigate the transfer of N species in the subsoil using one metre deep soil columns
  739. Nitrate leaching following cultivation of long ley grassland
  740. Nitrate leaching from grassland and maize cropping systems fertilised with cattle manures
  741. Transfer and transformation of N species in 1 M deep soil columns
  742. Influence of urine and components of urine on N2O emissions from grassland soils
  743. Leaching losses of nitrogen following autumn applications of farmyard manure
  744. The use of 15N to trace plant uptake of labelled dairy slurry injected into the soil: influence of the new nitrification inhibitor, DMPP
  745. Coates Farm Study: reducing nitrogen emissions to the environment
  746. Evaluation of increased straw use as a means of reducing ammonia emission from housed cattle and pigs
  747. Contributions of non-methane volatile organic compounds to the atmosphere from UK agriculture
  748. Optimising the performance of low trajectory slurry application techniques on grassland and arable land
  749. Chemical indicators that determine olfactory response from pig and chicken manure
  750. A national model for estimating potential reductions in ammonia emissions and their costs
  751. Techniques for measuring ammonia emissions from livestock and poultry facilities, Part 1
  752. Predicting ammonia loss following the application of livestock manure to land
  753. Forage legumes for animal production: herbage production and quality
  754. Ensiling of forage legumes
  755. Docks as weeds and their non-chemical control
  756. Lotus agronomy: establishment, production and persistence.
  757. Economic aspects of low N input systems for beef cattle
  758. Managing cattle slurry on pasture for cutting and grazing.
  759. Managing Manures
  760. Practical aspects of abating ammonia on UK farms
  761. White clover induced soil aggregation and its impact on nutrient leaching
  762. Structuring and nitrate leaching in soils beneath white clover
  763. What farmers can do to reduce nitrate leaching from grassland
  764. Effect of carbon availability on N2 and N2O emissions
  765. Study of denitrification in grassland soils in relation to carbon application
  766. Evaluation of the environmental impact of nitrogen leaching from medium altitude grassland - comparison of two models
  767. Understanding soil nitrogen supply: organic matter quality and quantity
  768. Nitrogen flows and losses in dairy farms in New Zealand and the UK: effects of grazing management
  769. Bites and chews in sheep: acoustic versus automatic recording
  770. Accelerated phosphorus losses from a reseeded pasture
  771. Use of electronic animal identification in an operant conditioning system for grazing sheep
  772. Relationships between nematode and microbial communities and carbon transfers in grassland soils
  773. Integration of animal manures in crop and livestock farming systems: nutrient demonstration farms
  774. Mineralisation of organic nitrogen from farm manure applications
  775. Implications of potential measures to control pathogens associated with livestock manure management
  776. Scoping study for re-establishing semi-natural lowland grasslands. Analysis of soils at Graig Fawr to inform appropriate methods of grassland restoration
  777. Impact of conservation grazing regimes on the development of patchiness in grassland structure
  778. Can changes in grazing management of species-rich lowland grassland benefit bumblebees?
  779. Sensitive beetles: indicators of agricultural grassland management
  780. Intake and dietary choices by grazing ruminants, effects of time of day and water soluble carbohydrate content in forage
  781. Grazing and pasture management for plant biodiversity benefit
  782. Environmental sustainability of wool production
  783. Sweet smell of success for research on compost odours
  784. Growing partnership cuts need for agrochemicals
  785. From microbes to meadow flowers: conserving biodiversity in grasslands
  786. Managing manure to reduce pollution
  787. Ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions from utilization of slurry and FYM from beef cattle
  788. Clover:cereal bi-cropping for organic farms
  789. Quantification of nitrite leaching from grassland soils and impact on primary and secondary surface water systems
  790. Quantification of phosphorus transfers from soil following tillage and reseed of grassland swards
  791. Development of endophyte for tolerance of abiotic stress in ryegrass
  792. Knowledge transfer initiative on impacts and adaptation to climate change in agriculture
  793. Diurnal variation in nitrous oxide fluxes and impact on agricultural emission factors
  794. Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling
  795. Grassland resowing and grass-arable rotations in the United Kingdom: agricultural and environmental issues
  796. Nitrate leaching losses and their control in a mixed farm system in the Cotswold Hills, England
  797. Compound specific plant amino acid delta 15N values differ with functional plant strategies in temperate grassland
  798. Daily yields increase with mixed diet of pure swards
  799. Stable isotope (12C, 15N and 34S) analysis of the hair of modern humans and their domestic animals
  800. Radical re-think on storage and disposal of farm waste
  801. Computer-based Decision Support System (In brief)
  802. Other livestock: sheep, goats, farmed deer and horses
  803. Ammonia emissions from cattle farming
  804. Estimating total ammonia emissions from the UK
  805. Soil fertility in organic farming systems - fundamentally different?
  806. Impacts of climate change on semi-natural grassland in Wales: interactions with management
  807. Time Well Spent : a guide to the uptake of IFM on lowland livestock farms
  808. Earthworm isotopic values under different cropping treatments
  809. The development and use of techniques for investigating intake and ingestive behaviour during grazing
  810. Restoring species-rich grasslands; effects of sward management on the natural re-colonisation of hill-land
  811. Effects of slurry application method and timing on grass silage quality
  812. Beta-glucosidase activity in pasture soils
  813. Potassium leaching under different nitrogen managements
  814. Potassium balances in grassland systems: does nitrogen affect potassium cycling and leaching?
  815. Steward Scheme to protect farm birds
  816. A review of the ecology, hydrology and nutrient dynamics of floodplain meadows in England
  817. A comparison of the effects of single- and double-pass application of CCF and blended fertilisers on herbage yield and composition: N use efficiency and nutrient use distribution
  818. Soils and atmospheric quality
  819. The impact of novel slurry application techniques on ammonia emissions, silage quality and sward acceptance by grazing cattle.
  820. Soil microbial ecology and plant root interactions
  821. Enhancing the biodiversity and landscape value of grasslands
  822. Multi-functional roles of grassland in organic farming systems
  823. Use of grassland by wintering birds: effects of management on their food resources
  824. Use of fertilizer nitrogen and potassium to reduce soil phosphorus availability
  825. Role of organic fertilizers in the sustainable management of semi-natural grasslands, II - Botanical studies
  826. Role of organic fertilizers in the sustainable management of semi-natural grasslands, I - Agronomic studies
  827. The biodiversity of purple moor-grass/rush pastures: effects of agricultural management
  828. Practical techniques to increase the biodiversity of agriculturally improved grasslands
  829. Sustainable management of lowland purple moor-grass and rush pastures: constraints and opportunities for livestock farmers
  830. Short-term effects of tillage and compaction on nitrous oxide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, methane and carbon dioxide fluxes from grassland
  831. Short term effect of ploughing a permanent pasture on N2O production from nitrification and denitrification
  832. Use of additional straw to reduce ammonia emissions from housed livestock
  833. Investigating diurnally fluctuating patterns of riverine nitrate concentration using a novel sensor
  834. A model of ammonia volatilisation from a dairy farm: an examination of abatement strategies
  835. High performance nitrate-selective electrodes containing immobilised amino-acid betaines as sensors
  836. A solvent-free method for preparing improved quality ion-selective electrode membranes
  837. Integrating forage attributes of domestic livestock breeds into sustainable systems for grassland biodiversity
  838. Low input animal production based on forage legumes for grazing systems
  839. Influence of root herbivory and soil fertility on pasture root system growth and dynamics
  840. Simplified sward nitrogen status assessment from N concentration of upper leaves
  841. Nitrous oxide emissions from slurry- and straw-based systems for cattle and pigs in relation to emissions of ammonia
  842. Nitrogen budgets for three cropping systems fertilised with cattle manure
  843. Management practices to reduce ammonia emissions from pig and cattle manure stores
  844. Leaching losses of nitrogen following autumn applications of farmyard manure
  845. Agriculture, Hydrology and Water Quality
  846. Effective dock control could bring feed value cash benefits
  847. Is the productivity of organic farms restricted by the supply of available nitrogen?
  848. An accurate and stable nitrate-selective electrode for the in situ determination of nitrate in agricultural drainage waters
  849. Environmental impacts of cattle housing and grazing
  850. Grassland management regime impacts on the community structure of selected bacterial groups in soils
  851. Soils and Environmental Quality
  852. Development and application of a mechanistic model to estimate emission of nitrous oxide from UK agriculture
  853. Assessment of nitrate leaching from beneath forage legumes
  854. Forage legumes - productivity and composition
  855. Legume Silages for Animal Production - LEGSIL
  856. Introduction to the LEGSIL project
  857. Enchytraeid worm (Oligochaeta) influences on microbial community structure, nutrient dynamics and plant growth in blanket peat subjected to warming
  858. Influence of straw types and nitrogen sources on mushroom composting emissions and compost productivity
  859. Alterations in grazing behaviour in cattle infected subclinically with parasitic gastrointestinal worms
  860. Effect of type of supplement offered out of parlour on grazing behaviour and performance by lactating dairy cows grazing continuously stocked grass swards
  861. Nutritive quality of forage legumes grown in northern Europe
  862. Restoration of species-rich grassland on arable land: assessing the limiting processes using a multi-site experiment
  863. Use of labelled nitrogen to measure gross and net rates of mineralization and microbial activity in permanent pastures following fertilizer applications at different time intervals
  864. The reappearance of Lobelia urens from soil seed bank at a site in South Devon
  865. Ammonia losses from contrasting cattle and pig manure management systems
  866. Influence of root herbivory on growth response and carbon assimilation by white clover plants
  867. Verifying the nitrification to immobilisation ratio as a key determinant of potential nitrate loss in arable and grassland soils
  868. Molecular dynamics of organic matter in a cultivated soil
  869. Fate of dung-applied copper in a British grassland soil
  870. The effect of a total solar eclipse on the grazing behaviour of dairy cattle
  871. Incidental transfers of colloidal phosphorus following applications of slurry and fertiliser to grassland
  872. Evidence for connectivity of phosphorus transport from plot to catchment?
  873. Construction of disturbed and intact soil blocks to develop percolating soil based treatment systems for dirty water from dairy farms
  874. Behaviour of sheep and goats
  875. Ingestive behaviour of heifers grazing monocultures of ryegrass or white clover
  876. Manures
  877. Root feeding behaviour of Tipula paludosa (Meig.) (Diptera: Tipulidae) on Lolium perenne (L.) and Trifolium repens (L.)
  878. Effects of level of concentrate supplementation on grazing behaviour and performance by lactating dairy cows grazing continuously stocked grass swards
  879. Nitrogen
  880. Incorporating grazing behaviour measurements in models to predict herbage intake by grazing dairy cows
  881. Slurry application techniques to reduce ammonia emissions: results of some UK field-scale experiments
  882. A rapid and simple technique for the digestion and determination of total phosphorus in animal manures and herbage
  883. Effect of long-term changes in relative resource availability on dietary preference of sheep for perennial ryegrass and white clover
  884. Characterisation of water-extractable soil organic phosphorus by phosphatase hydrolysis
  885. Surface age, ecosystem development and C isotope signatures of respired CO2 in an alpine environment, North Iceland
  886. Effects of method, rate and timing of slurry application to grassland on the preference by cattle for treated and untreated areas of pasture
  887. Inositol phosphates in the environment
  888. Factors affecting seed germination and seedling establishment of some fen-meadow species
  889. Effect of different manuring and defoliation patterns on broad-leaved dock (Rumex obtusifolius ) in grassland
  890. Inter-cropping and bi-cropping with white clover
  891. Ammonia emissions from intensive dairying: a comparison of contrasting systems in the United Kingdom and New Zealand
  892. Impact of invertebrate root herbivory on N fluxes in white clover