1. Biohydrogenation and digestion of long chain fatty acids in steers fed on Lolium perenne bred for elevated levels of water-soluble carbohydrate
  2. The effect of clover silages on long chain fatty acid rumen transformations and digestion in beef steers
  3. Forage breeding and management to increase the beneficial fatty acid content of ruminant products
  4. Effect of increasing availability of water-soluble carbohydrates on in vitro rumen fermentation
  5. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent WO 2003/072784 A1)
  6. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent CA 2476041 A1)
  7. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae (Patent GB 2385852 A)
  8. Desaturase (Patent US 2003/0152983 A1)
  9. Semiochemical (Patent US 2003/0109586 A1)
  10. StEm Canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy dUrable Resistance (SECURE). First interim annual report for period 1 September 2002-31 August 2003 on EU contract QLK5-CT-2002-01813
  11. Biochemistry and molecular biology of endosperm texture in wheat. PhD thesis, University of Bristol
  12. Diseases of coconut
  13. Rubisco Specificity Factor is more dependent on habitat and recent evolutionary history than on phylogeny among Mediterranean C3 plants
  14. Extracellular enzyme production by nematophagous fungi in the presence and absence of nematodes
  15. Investigation of potato cyst nematode control (Review commissioned by Defra under contract no. HH311TPO)
  16. Introduction: crop protection science at IACR
  17. Influencing scientific research through stakeholder dialogue
  18. Use of semiochemicals to control sea-lice (Patent application)
  19. A rational basis for the design of wheat canopy ideotypes
  20. Future climatic impact on the productivity of sugar beet
  21. Presentation: Uganda group
  22. Gibberellins
  23. Genomics and the Rothamsted Classical Experiments
  24. Regulation of carbon metabolism: sensing, signalling and partitioning. Special issue of the Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 54(382)
  25. Chemical ecology of the carrot fly, Psila rosae (F.): laboratory and field studies
  26. Molecular analysis of Zucchini yellow mosaic virus isolates from Hangzhou, China
  27. The performance of winter barley varieties in the presence of barley yellow mosaic virus (BaYMV) and barley mild mosaic virus (BaMMV)(HGCA Project Report No. 300)
  28. Interactions between cropping systems and soil-borne cereal pathogens (Final project report for DEFRA project CE0525)
  29. Development of field test kits for the detection of barley yellow mosaic virus and barley mild mosaic virus (HGCA Project Report No. 318)
  30. Epidemiology and control of fungally transmitted cereal viruses (Final project report to DEFRA for project CE0526)
  31. Epidemiology of cereal stem base and ear blight pathogens (Final project report to DEFRA for project CE0524)
  32. Comparison of the distribution of sodium and other elements in the leaves of two aster species differing in salt tolerance
  33. The regulation and genetic manipulation of Rubisco activity in wheat during stress
  34. Characterisation and isolation of conserved maize and wheat ESTs involved in grain filling, using the maize mutator system
  35. Detecting airborne inoculum of fungal pathogens of oilseed rape using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays
  36. Petal fall, petal retention and petal duration in oilseed rape crops
  37. Infection of oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) by petal containing ascospores of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
  38. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based assays for the detection of inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum spp
  39. Preliminary evaluation of root disease of winter oilseed rape in the UK (HGCA Project Report No. OS62)
  40. Potential benefits of crop-specific models for forecasting light leaf spot severity
  41. GM crops: effects on farmland wildlife
  42. The impact of herbicides on weed abundance and biodiversity in horticulture. Final report to DEFRA on project HH3403SX
  43. Contribution to discussion on 'Inferences from DNA data: population histories, evolutionary processes and forensic match probabilities' by I. J. Wilson, M. E. Weale and D. J. Balding
  44. Climate change and soil functions: consequences of inaction and possible mitigations through land management
  45. The potential of legumes to reduce nitrogen fertiliser use and protein imports into the UK: financial and environmental imperatives
  46. The role of Beet chlorosis virus (BChV) in the epidemiology of sugar beet virus yellows
  47. Phylogeny of sugar beet poleroviruses: applications in molecular epidemiology and vector specificity studies
  48. Opportunities for weed manipulation using GMHT row crops
  49. Sugar beet downy mildew - on the increase?
  50. Survival of Erynia neoaphidis in aphid cadavers in a simulated winter environment
  51. Novel strategies for aphid control using entomopathogenic fungi; LK0908
  52. Host location mechanisms in insects
  53. Cholinergic receptors as target sites for ladybird toxins
  54. Sex pheromone of the potato aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae
  55. Transmission of deformed wing virus in honey bee colonies infested by Varroa destructor
  56. The survival of honey bee colonies infested with Varroa destructor : the role of viruses
  57. The identification and characterization of deformed wing virus in Italian honey bees as a preliminary step for the production of specific reagents and the establishment of diagnostic methods
  58. Evaluation of entomopathogenic fungi for control of Varroa destructor , an ectoparasite of the honey bee, Apis mellifera L.
  59. Host-parasite-pathogen interactions between bees, mites and viruses
  60. Major new developments at Rothamsted
  61. Co-existence between Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglibosa in the UK
  62. Sampling, trapping and rearing oilseed rape pests and their parasitoids
  63. Parasitoids of brassica pod midge
  64. Parasitoids of cabbage seed weevil
  65. Mapping, characterisation and comparison of the spatio-temporal distributions of cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala ), carabids and Collembola in a crop of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  66. Parasitoids of flea beetles
  67. The neogene and quaternary clay-with-flints north and south of the English Channel: comparisons of distribution, age, genetic processes and geodynamics
  68. The Broadbalk Wheat Experiment
  69. The Water Framework Directive - how will it affect you?
  70. Regulation of infection plaque formation in Tapesia spp. the cereal eyespot fungi
  71. Effects of land use and management on soluble organic N in UK soils
  72. Isolates of the generalist parasite Pochonia chlamydosporia have specific interactions with their nematode hosts
  73. Fungal antagonists to nematodes parasitic on Ammophila arenaria
  74. A geostatistical analysis of the spatial variation of soil mineral nitrogen and potentially available nitrogen within an arable field
  75. High resistance of field populations of the cotton aphid Aphis gossypii Glover (Homoptera: Aphididae) to pyrethroid insecticides in Pakistan
  76. Modelling weather/disease relationships in winter wheat diseases
  77. Prospects for the use of GM crops in the UK
  78. Detection and quantification of Plectosphaerella cucumerina , a potential biological control agent of potato cyst nematodes, using real-time PCR
  79. Investigations with piperonyl butoxide as an insecticide synergist in susceptible and resistant insect pests of agricultural importance
  80. Host status of agriculturally important plant families to the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne mayaguensis in Cuba
  81. Manipulation of lipoxygenase activity in durum wheat for the improvement of pasta colour
  82. A wheat canopy model linking leaf area and phenology
  83. Use of plant competition models to achieve an optimal balance between machine vision capability and weed treatment effectiveness
  84. The Broom's Barn sugar beet growth model and its use to describe yield variability
  85. Control of ascorbate synthesis by respiration and its implications for stress responses
  86. Physiological responses of the CAM epiphyte Tillandsia usneoides L. (Bromeliaceae) to variations in light and water supply
  87. Genetic modification of photosyntheis through the trehalose pathway
  88. Attack rate and success of Diaeretiella rapae on specialist and generalist crucifer feeding aphids
  89. Combined use of trap and repellent plants in a 'push-pull' strategy to control cereal stemborers (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae; Noctuidae) in Africa
  90. Strategies for control of cereal stemborers and striga weed in maize-based farming systems in eastern Africa involving 'push-pull' and alleopathic tactics, respectively
  91. Human derived repellents against midges. (Leaflet for Proof of Concept Awards ceremony, Glasgow, 9 June 2003)
  92. A potential role for volatile signals in plant-fungal interactions
  93. Identifying the genes involved in cadmium hyperaccumulation in a higher plant
  94. Tylosema esculentum rbcL gene for ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase large subunit
  95. The high molecular weight subunits of wheat glutenin and their role in determining wheat processing qualities
  96. Investigation of the interactions between ABI3 (ABA Insensitive 3) and TOC1 (Timing of CAB expression 1) in arabidopsis
  97. Localisation of sulphate transporters in wheat. PhD thesis, Oxford Brookes University
  98. Detoxification of 3,4-dichloroaniline in soybean by N -malonylation
  99. Short cicuiting photorespiration
  100. Short circuiting photorespiration
  101. Soil sensors for nitrogen availability
  102. Preface: medicinal plants and their uses
  103. Plant peroxisomes: biochemistry, cell biology and biotechnological applications. Edited by Alison Baker, Ian A. Graham, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht [Book review]
  104. Sulphate uptake and transport
  105. Tissue and cell specific localisation of a sulfate transporter in maize
  106. The plant sulfate transporter family: specialized functions and integration with whole plant nutrition
  107. The role of elemental sulfur in tomato as a phytoalexin response to Verticillium infection
  108. Manipulation of the composition and functional properties of wheat gluten by chromosome and genetic engineering
  109. Quantification of nucleic acids using real-time PCR technology: examples of application to small grain cereals
  110. Recent research on potassium and sodium recommendations for sugar beet
  111. Use of MAR sequences to stabilise the expression of a HMW glutenin subunit gene in transgenic wheat
  112. Turgor, solute import and growth in maize roots treated with galactose
  113. P nutrition of winter oilseed rape (HGCA Topic Sheet No. 67)
  114. Molecular analysis of "stay green" mutants in durum wheat
  115. Sunflower seed proteins
  116. Prospects for improving sorghum grain quality
  117. The prolamin storage proteins of sorghum and millets
  118. Ascorbate and glutathione metabolism in plants: H2O2-processing and signalling
  119. Oxidative stress
  120. Long Ashton Research Station: one hundred years of science in support of agriculture
  121. From Research Station to Institute, 1975-2003
  122. Production of high value chemicals in plants
  123. The GM revolution
  124. Wheat gluten protein analysis
  125. Wheat gluten proteins
  126. Electrophoresis of wheat gluten proteins
  127. Elastomeric proteins: structures, biomechanical properties and biological roles
  128. Comparative structures and properties of elastic proteins
  129. Gluten, the elastomeric protein of wheat seeds
  130. Identification of lipid transfer protein (LTP) as a major sunflower seed food allergen in sunflower seed-induced systemic reactions
  131. Induced and constitutive plant signalling
  132. Behavioural responses of larval sea lice to host odours
  133. Odorant binding proteins (OBPs) and chemosensory proteins (CSP) in the aphids
  134. Towards controlling the Scottish biting midge
  135. Warm, wet, woollies: weather, climate and spatial pattern in the decline of UK moths
  136. Can Aphidius ervi detect the intraguild competitor Pandora neoaphidis ?
  137. Survival and dispersion of slug pests and the influence of a carabid beetle predator
  138. Characterisation of a mutation in acetylcholinesterase (AChE) of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulz.) that confers resistance to pirimicarb insecticide
  139. High altitude windborne migration of a carabid beetle
  140. A mechanism-based approach to monitoring for insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae
  141. Development of an insect cell line expression system for para sodium channels
  142. Investigating the molecular mechanisms of insecticide resistance in cat fleas
  143. A single point mutation in acetylcholinesterase confers resistance to pirimicarb in Myzus persicae
  144. Odorant binding proteins and chemosensory proteins in Drosophila and aphids
  145. The use of insects as biosensors for the detection of volatile compounds
  146. Chitin biosynthesis inhibitors
  147. Acetylcholinesterase
  148. Acetylcholine receptors
  149. The UK's public wheat transcriptomics project
  150. Production and characterization of transgenic wheat with altered gibberellin catabolism
  151. Controlling stature in apple trees by genetic modification of gibberellin biosynthesis
  152. Virulence gene expression enhances Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of rice
  153. Microarray analysis of wheat endosperm transcriptome - the effect of nitrogen supply
  154. Molecular characterisation of the GA 20-oxidase-1 promoter from Arabidopsis : identification of cis-elements that mediate control of gene expression by gibberellins
  155. Transcripts of Vp-1 homeologues are misspliced in modern wheat and ancestral species
  156. Photosynthetic nitrogen and water-use efficiency of Marama bean, Tylosema esculentum , an African legume
  157. Investigating the occurrence, metabolism and significance of CA1P and the branch chain precursors of CA1P
  158. La dynamique de l'azote dans le sol: impact des pratiques agricoles
  159. Modeling: potential and limitations
  160. Nitrate in groundwater
  161. Methodology for monitoring new woodland in England
  162. Can tillage practice affect the contribution of nitrous oxide to the total greenhouse gas production from arable agriculture?
  163. Simulating the spatial variation of soil mineral N within fields using the model SUNDIAL
  164. The influence of straw incorporation and soil type on the losses of soil inorganic nitrogen and its use by winter wheat
  165. Sustainability of soil management practices - a global perspective
  166. Climate change and soil functions: consequences of inaction and possible mitigations through land management
  167. Soil microbial response during the phytoremediation of PAH contaminated soil
  168. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements, Uppsala, 15-19 June 2003
  169. The fate of 13C, 15N and 34S labelled inputs in arable soils
  170. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils: mechanisms and feasibility
  171. Risk assessment of metals in the terrestrial environment
  172. Phytoextraction of metals: investigation of hyperaccumulation and field testing
  173. Hazard assessment of metals and metal compounds in terrestrial systems
  174. Development and use of the Rothamsted Lime Model (RothLime)
  175. Changes in sulphur deposition and the effects on sulphur fertiliser use in Europe
  176. Characterization and impact of sugar beet yellowing viruses
  177. Environmentally-friendly crop protection in GM herbicide-tolerant sugar beet
  178. Expression of the gamma-zein protein of maize in seeds of transgenic barley: effects on grain composition and properties
  179. Molecular diversity of Colletotrichum isolates from tropical forest tree species and their relationship with other known Colletotrichum species
  180. Susceptibility of upper and lower leaf surfaces, and effect of wounding of Hevea brasiliensis (rubber) leaf to Colletotrichum isolates from forest tree
  181. Towards a saturated molecular genetic linkage map for cultivated sunflower
  182. Seed cryopreservation and longevity of two Salix hybrids
  183. Quinoxyfen perturbs signal transduction in barley powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei )
  184. Salinity induced differences in growth, ion distribution and partitioning in barley between the cultivar Maythorpe and its derived mutant Golden Promise
  185. In situ measurements of erosion shear stress and geotechnical shear strength of the intertidal sediments of the experimental managed realignment scheme at Tollesbury, Essex, UK
  186. DetSel 1.0: a computer program to detect markers responding to selection
  187. Physiological effects of peracetic acid on hydroponic tomato plants
  188. Dark chilling imposes metabolic restrictions on photosynthesis in soybean
  189. Mutations of the para sodium channel of Drosophila melanogaster identify putative binding sites for pyrethroids
  190. The Fusarium graminearum MAP1 gene is essential for pathogenicity and development of perithecia
  191. Characterization of the final two genes of the gibberellin biosynthesis gene cluster of Gibberella fujikuroi des and P450-3 encode GA4 desaturase and the 13-hydroxylase, respectively
  192. The development of multiplex simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers to complement distinctness, uniformity and stability testing of rape (Brassica napus L.) varieties
  193. Evidence that SNF1-related kinase and hexokinase are involved in separate sugar-signalling pathways modulating post-translational redox activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase in potato tubers
  194. Modelling and estimation for the genetic analysis of longitudinal data
  195. Aerial activity of linyphiid spiders: modelling dispersal distances from meteorology and behaviour
  196. TaqMan PCR for detection of genetically modified durum wheat
  197. Pod shatter resistance in the resynthesized Brassica napus line DK142
  198. 3beta,13-Dihydroxylated C20 gibberellins from inflorescences of Rumex acetosa L.
  199. Developing inflorescences of male and female Rumex acetosa L. show differences in gibberellin content
  200. Genotype and temperature influence pea aphid resistance to a fungal entomopathogen
  201. Testing the adequacy of measured data for evaluating nitrogen turnover models by the dot-to-dot method
  202. Multiplicative mixed models for the analysis of sensory evaluation data
  203. Genetics of wheat gluten proteins
  204. Sequence and properties of HMW subunit 1Bx20 from pasta wheat (Triticum durum ) which is associated with poor end use properties
  205. Tuber storage proteins
  206. Identification of Primula fatty acid delta6-desaturases with n-3 substrate preferences
  207. Transgene inheritance, segregation and expression in bread wheat
  208. Using field margin diversification in agri-environment schemes to enhance aphid natural enemies
  209. Determination of plant foraging preferences in the aphid parasitoid Aphidius colemani : emergence conditioning, learning and memory
  210. Rust resistance in Salix induced by inoculations with avirulent and virulent isolates of Melampsora larici-epitea
  211. Quantitative inoculations of poplars with Melampsora larici-populina
  212. Quantitative inoculation of willow rust Melampsora larici-epitea with the mycoparasite Sphaerellopsis filum (teleomorph Eudarluca caricis )
  213. Manipulation of Rubisco: the amount, activity, function and regulation
  214. The theory and application of plant competition models: an agronomic perspective
  215. Ring A-seco mosquito larvicidal limonoids from Turraea wakefieldii
  216. CYP83A1 and CYP83B1, two nonredundant cytochrome P450 enzymes metabolizing oximes in the biosynthesis of glucosinolates in Arabidopsis
  217. The role of cytochrome b 5 fusion desaturases in the synthesis of polyunsaturated fatty acids
  218. Avoidance of intraguild predators by parasitoids: chemically mediated behavioural mechanisms and field evaluation
  219. Microscopic and cytochemical analysis of extracellular matrices and endogenous reserves of conidia of Colletotrichum truncatum harvested from carbon- and nitrogen-limited cultures
  220. Coordinate induction of glutathione biosynthesis and glutathione-metabolizing enzymes is correlated with salt tolerance in tomato
  221. Food allergens of plant origin - their molecular and evolutionary relationships
  222. Novel sensors for measuring soil nitrogen, water availability and strength
  223. Predation and prey size choice by the carabid beetle Pterostichus melanarius (Coleoptera: Carabidae): the dangers of extrapolating from laboratory to field
  224. Mechanisms of phosphorus solubilisation in a limed soil as a function of pH
  225. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in Castanea sativa (Mill.)
  226. Plant-fungal interactions mediated by volatile signals
  227. Peduncle rot of dwarf wheat caused by Rhizoctonia cerealis
  228. The sleep lipid cis 9,10-octadecenoamide (cOA) blocks native neural voltage-gated Na+ channels (VGSCs) but not recombinant VGSCs in oocytes
  229. Glutamate synthase and the synthesis of glutamate in plants
  230. Comparison of block by lidocaine and ketamine at the hypothesized local anaesthetic binding site in the voltage gated sodium channel
  231. Forage potential of semi-leafless grain peas
  232. How does Pochonia chlamydosporia limit populations of root-knot nematodes?
  233. A genomics approach to crop pest and disease research
  234. Transgenic approaches to study quality traits in cereals
  235. Potassium and water management. Proceedings of the Regional Workshop of IPI/NARCTT, Amman, 5-6 November 2001
  236. Characterization of acetylcholinesterases, and their genes, from the hemipteran species Myzus persicae (Sulzer), Aphis gossypii (Glover), Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) and Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood)
  237. Interactions between nematophagous fungi and consequences for their potential as biological control agents for the control of potato cyst nematodes
  238. Tank-mix adjuvents and pesticide residues: some regulatory and quantitative aspects
  239. Evidence for recycling of inorganic phosphate by wheat chloroplasts during photosynthesis at air levels of CO2 and O2
  240. Constructing dwarf rice
  241. The genes of the Green Revolution
  242. Transporter gene families in plants: the sulphate transporter gene family - redundancy or specialization
  243. Turning the heat up on pests and diseases: a case study for barley yellow dwarf virus
  244. Dissection and manipulation of metabolic signalling pathways
  245. Biological evaluation of spiromesifen against Bemisia tabaci and an assessment of resistance risks
  246. Isolation of two cDNAs encoding a tropomyosin and an intermediate filament protein from the soybean cyst nematode Heterodera glycines
  247. Emergence of Chenopodium album and Stellaria media of different origins under different climatic conditions
  248. Molecular linkage maps of Vitis vinifera and Vitis riparia Mchx
  249. Characterisation of neonicotinoid resistance in Bemisia tabaci from Spain
  250. Restricted spatial expression of a high-affinity phosphate transporter in potato roots
  251. Effects of restricted water availability and increased temperature on the grain filling, drying and quality of winter wheat
  252. Identification of the wheat seed protein CM3 as a highly active emulsifier using a novel functional screen
  253. The dihydroceramide desaturase is not essential for cell viability in Schizosaccharomyces pombe
  254. Immobilization of heavy metals in soils using inorganic amendments in a greenhouse study
  255. QoI resistance development in populations of cereal pathogens in the UK
  256. Redox sensing and signalling associated with reactive oxygen in chloroplasts, peroxisomes and mitochondria
  257. Modulation of plant development and defence by redox state and antioxidants: the roles of leaf mitochondria and ascorbate content
  258. Analogous pleiotropic effects of insecticide resistance genotypes in peach-potato aphids and houseflies
  259. Molecular structures and interactions of repetitive peptides based on wheat glutenin subunits depend on chain length
  260. Insecticide resistance in Egyptian populations of the cotton whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
  261. CLAVATA1 dominant-negative alleles reveal functional overlap between multiple receptor kinases that regulate meristem and organ development
  262. Study of temperature-growth interactions of entomopathogenic fungi with potential for control of Varroa destructor (Acari: Mesostigmata) using a nonlinear model of poikilotherm development
  263. Milling and baking properties of field grown wheat expressing HMW subunit transgenes
  264. Structural studies of glutenin subunits 1Dy10 and 1Dy12 by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation mass spectrometry and high-performance liquid chromatography/electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry
  265. Increased crop productivity from renewable inputs - a scientific challenge for the 21st century
  266. Development of the magnetic capture system for recovery of Xiphinema americanum
  267. Increased resistance to pod shatter is associated with changes in the vascular structure in pods of a resynthesized Brassica napus line
  268. Managing weeds for environmental benefit in GMHT sugar beet
  269. Sequence analysis demonstrates that onion yellow dwarf virus isolates from China contain a P3 region much larger than other potyviruses
  270. Creating a balance - the incorporation of a HMW glutenin subunit into transgenic wheat lines
  271. Aerenchyma formulation in roots of maize during sulphate starvation
  272. Leaf responses of young iron-inefficient maize plants to sulfur deprivation
  273. Menadione sodium bisulphite: a novel plant defence activator which enhances local and systemic resistance to infection by Leptosphaeria maculans in oilseed rape
  274. Temperature checks the Red Queen? Resistance and virulence in a fluctuating environment
  275. Successful amplification of rice chloroplast microsatellites from century-old grass samples from the Park Grass Experiment
  276. The global structure of a spatial model of infectious disease
  277. A high-throughput SNuPE assay for genotyping SNPs in the flanking regions of Zea mays sequence tagged simple sequence repeats
  278. Functional properties of flours from field grown transgenic wheat lines expressing the HMW glutenin subunit 1Ax1 and 1Dx5 genes
  279. Functional properties and agronomic performance of transgenic tritordeum expressing high molecular weight glutenin subunit genes 1Ax1 and 1Dx5
  280. Microsatellite markers for diverse Salix species
  281. Polymorphism and inheritance of methione-rich 2S albumins in sunflower
  282. A new HPLC-ELSD method to quantify indican in Polygonum tinctorium L. and to evaluate beta-glucosidase hydrolysis of indican for indigo production
  283. GM management for environmental benefit
  284. Factors contributing to improved efficiency of the sugarbeet crop during the autumn in the UK
  285. A canopy approach to nitrogen recommendations for the sugarbeet crop
  286. The environmental impact of sugar beet production in England
  287. Biology of bacterial beet diseases
  288. Development of a recombinant antibody ELISA test for the detection of Polymyxa betae and its use in resistance screening
  289. Identification of protein on Meloidogyne incognita surface by using polyclonal antibodies against secreted-excreted proteins
  290. Other cereals
  291. The white potato cyst nematode (Globodera pallida ) - a critical analysis of the threat in Britain
  292. Characterisation of the glutathione-dependent formaldehyde detoxification pathway in Arabidopsis, wheat and rice
  293. Metabolic signalling pathways involved in the regulation of carbon and nitrogen metabolism
  294. Metabolic signalling: Role of SnRK1 in regulating sterol biosynthesis
  295. A focus on the fascinating world of one-carbon metabolism
  296. Effects of GM plants on beneficial arthropods. Contribution to the UK GM Science Review, 28 May 2003
  297. Insecticide resistance to aphids
  298. Weed population dynamics and its role in developing ecologically sustainable management systems
  299. The automatic pilot of honeybees
  300. Arabidopsis thaliana as a model for host plant-herbivore-natural enemy interactions
  301. New lipid-derived signals in plants and their role in modulating gene expression
  302. Interactions between plant hormone signalling and gibberellin biosynthesis
  303. Vitamin C contents modulate genes involved in plant defense and development
  304. Short circuiting photorespiration in tobacco
  305. Conservation of control mechanisms for regulation of C and N metabolism
  306. The influence of carbon on nitrogen cycling in soil
  307. Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor ligands from the Egyptian milkweed, Asclepias sinaica
  308. Isolation, characterisation and synthesis of an insecticidal tetramethyltetrahydrochromenedione-spiro-bicyclo[3.1.1] cycloheptane from two species of Myrtaceae
  309. Mode of action and pesticidal activity of the natural product dunnione and of some analogues
  310. Antifungal compounds in Geraldton waxflower tissues
  311. Multivariate spatial statistical analysis in perennial crops
  312. Comparison between deterministic and probabilistic algorithms of bounded Kolmogorov complexity
  313. Modelling stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  314. A mechanistic model for stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  315. An environmental physics driven model for leaf wetness duration on winter oilseed rape
  316. Effect of no-tillage on turnover of organic matter in a Rhodic Ferralsol
  317. Sex pheromone of the leaf-miner Phyllonorycter platani : (Z10)-tetradecenyl acetate
  318. Effects of molasses grass, Melinis minutiflora volatiles on the foraging behavior of the cereal stemborer parasitoid, Cotesia sesamiae
  319. An investigation into the altered transcriptome of two disease lesion mimic mutants of Zea mays
  320. Genetic mapping of important agronomic traits in biomass willow
  321. Molecular characterisation of insect nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
  322. Genetic engineering of plant architecture in wheat
  323. Modelling the inputs and impacts of nitrogen to woodland ecosystems
  324. A canopy approach to nitrogen recommendation for the sugar beet crop. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  325. Identification, characterisation and function analysis of sugar beet tissue-specific promoters
  326. Understanding the role of gibberellin in the developmental physiology of wheat using a transgenic approach
  327. Microbial diversity in contaminated soil
  328. Trehalose metabolism in plants: the impact of expressing E. coli genes for the trehalose pathway in Nicotiana tabacum
  329. Characterisation of knockdown resistance (KDR) to pyrethroid insecticides in the Peach-Potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemoptera: Aphididae)
  330. 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 April 2003
  331. 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 2003
  332. Structured antedependence models for genetic analysis of repeated measures on multiple quantitative traits
  333. A sparse implementation of the average information algorithm for factor analytic and reduced rank variance models
  334. The analysis of quantitative trait loci in multi-environment trials using a multiplicative mixed model
  335. Use of the score test as a goodness-of-fit measure of the covariance structure in genetic analysis of longitudinal data
  336. Characterisation of resistance to Barley mild mosaic virus
  337. Field margins and fungal diseases of aphids (FWAG Research Vision website)
  338. Regulation of the HvNRT2.1 high-affinity NO3 transporter protein. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  339. Comparison of slug population dynamics at five sites in the UK
  340. The long-term persistence of seeds of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in arable fields
  341. Vorticella sp. infestations in nematodes: a report
  342. Cactodera galinsogae n. sp. (Tylenchida: Heteroderinae) on barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) of the high valleys of Mexico
  343. Letter
  344. Don't walk away from the benefits of GM (letter)
  345. Effects of initial conditions on weed seedbank dynamics in crop rotations
  346. A rational basis for design of wheat canopy ideotypes for UK environments. Final report for DEFRA project AR0906
  347. Linking climate change predictions with crop simulation models
  348. Understanding potassium and its use in agriculture
  349. Long-term experiments in the 21st century - continuity or change?
  350. Nitrogen leaching losses under a less intensive farming and environment (LIFE) integrated system
  351. Accumulation and distribution of aluminium and other elements in tea (Camellia sinensis ) leaves
  352. Herbicide resistance: the battle ahead
  353. Drosophila pseudoobscura mRNA for putative dimer odorant-binding protein OBP17284 (OBP17284 gene)
  354. Drosophila pseudoobscura mRNA for putative dimer odorant-binding protein OBP13939 (OBP13939 gene)
  355. Drosophila pseudoobscura mRNA for putative dimer odorant-binding protein OBP30074 (OBP30074 gene)
  356. Drosophila pseudoobscura mRNA for putative dimer odorant-binding protein OBP83CD (OBP83CD gene)
  357. Drosophila pseudoobscura mRNA for putative dimer odorant-binding protein OBP83EF (OBP83EF gene)
  358. Aedes aegypti partial mRNA for putative odorant-binding protein OBP83a (OBP83a gene)
  359. Alignment of subgroup 3 odorant binding proteins from Drosophila melanogaster
  360. Alignment of insect Plus-C odorant-binding protein sequences
  361. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj83d (OBPjj83d gene)
  362. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj83c (OBP83c gene)
  363. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj83b (OBPjj83b gene)
  364. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj83a (OBPjj83a gene)
  365. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj7a (OBPjj7a gene)
  366. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj6b (OBPjj6b gene)
  367. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBP14426 (OBP14426 gene)
  368. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBP5470 (OBP5470 gene)
  369. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj5c (OBPjj5c gene)
  370. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for odorant-binding protein OBPjj5a (OBPjj5a gene)
  371. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for putative odorant-binding protein OBPjj1 (OBP5479 gene)
  372. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for putative odorant-binding protein OBPjj1 (OBPjj4 gene)
  373. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for putative odorant-binding protein OBPjj1 (OBP3788 gene)
  374. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for putative odorant-binding protein OBPjj1 (OBPjj2 gene)
  375. Anopheles gambiae mRNA for putative odorant-binding protein OBPjj1 (OBPjj1 gene)
  376. The evolution of pathogen-induced leaf shed
  377. The evolution of pathogen-induced leaf shed
  378. Which traits promote persistence of feral GM crops?
  379. A wheat canopy model linking leaf area and phenology
  380. Weed populations and crop rotations: exploring dynamics of a structured periodic system
  381. Codon usage bias amongst plant viruses
  382. Des experimentations de longue duree sur la recherche en environnement. Un exemple pris en Grande Bretagne
  383. Genetic variation and founder effects in the parasitoid wasp, Diaeretiella rapae (M'intosh) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Aphidiidae), affecting its potential as a biological control agent
  384. Maintenance of aphid clonal lineages: images of immortality?
  385. Analysis of convergence of an evolutionary algorithm with self-adaptation using a stochastic Lyapunov function
  386. Gauss-Hermite quadrature approximation for estimation in generalised linear mixed models
  387. Effects of temperature and maturation of pseudothecia of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa on oilseed rape stem debris
  388. Measures of durability of resistance
  389. The influence of parent material on topsoil geochemistry in eastern England
  390. Life without Temik: the final days
  391. They're young therefore they're vulnerable
  392. The Farm Scale Evaluations of GMHT crops: what do the results mean for sugar beet?
  393. Sugar beet at Cereals 2003
  394. Epidemiology and control of the virus yellows complex in UK sugar beet crops
  395. Novel weed management options in GM herbicide tolerant sugar beet
  396. Global expression profiling of the response of chemically regulated genes in Arabidopsis
  397. Global expression profiling of the response of chemically regulated genes in Arabidopsis
  398. An assessment of enriched apoplastic extracts by proteomic analysis
  399. Characterisation of transgene insertions in wheat using fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH)
  400. 3,4-Dichloroaniline is detoxified and exported via different pathways in Arabidopsis and soybean
  401. Molecular cloning of an arabidopsis homologue of GCN2, a protein kinase involved in co-ordinated response to amino acid starvation
  402. Secondary metabolite signalling in host-parasitic plant interactions
  403. Assessment of 1H NMR spectroscopy and multivariate analysis as a technique for metabolite fingerprinting of Arabidopsis thaliana
  404. Stability and change over 67 years - the community of Heteroptera as caught in a light-trap at Rothamsted, UK
  405. General balance, large data sets and extensions to unbalanced treatment structures
  406. Molecular analysis of two multidrug resistance associated proteins (MRPs) in maize
  407. Carbon metabolite sensing and signalling
  408. Improving wheat quality: the role of biotechnology
  409. Proteins
  410. The Arabidopsis CDPK-SnRK superfamily of protein kinases
  411. Nonstomatal limitations are responsible for drought-induced photosynthetic inhibition in four C4 grasses
  412. The assessment of enriched apoplastic extracts using proteomic approaches
  413. The Arabidopsis 14-3-3 protein, GF14omega, binds to the Schizosaccharomyces pombe Cdc25 phosphatase and rescues checkpoint defects in the rad24- mutant
  414. Cloning of two contrasting high-affinity sulfate transporters from tomato induced by low sulfate and infection by the vascular pathogen Verticillium dahliae
  415. Control of ascorbate synthesis by respiration and its implications for stress responses
  416. The case for GM crops
  417. Physiological characterization of 'stay green' mutants in durum wheat
  418. The behaviour of the high molecular-weight glutenin subunit 1Dx5, the 58 kDa central repetitive domain and alpha-gliadins at the air-aqueous interface
  419. Transformation, general principles
  420. Transgene stability and inheritance
  421. Transcripts of Vp-1 homologues are misspliced in modern wheat and ancestral species
  422. Graminicide resistance in a blackgrass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) population correlates with insensitivity of acetyl-CoA carboxylase
  423. Some impressions of Apimondia 2003
  424. Methods for providing the first prevalence estimates of opiate use in Western Australia
  425. Slugs and nematodes in a fighting arena - individual based models of parasitism
  426. Genetic diversity and widespread haplotypes in a migratory dragonfly, the common green darner Anax junius
  427. Nacobbus aberrans (Thorne, 1935) Thorne & Allen, 1944 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae); a nascent species complex revealed by RFLP analysis and sequencing of the ITS-rDNA region
  428. Production and characterisation of monoclonal antibodies to antigens from Xiphinema index
  429. Effects of sowing date and volunteers on the infectivity of soil infested with Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici and on take-all disease in successive crops of winter wheat
  430. Survival of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) ascospores in air and mycelium on oilseed rape stem debris
  431. Progress of the international work of the "Imidacloprid Flea Susceptibility Monitoring Team"
  432. Isolation and characterisation of two multidrug resistance associated protein genes from maize
  433. Soil protection and remediation
  434. The combination of a simulation and an empirical model of crop/weed competition to estimate yield loss from Alopecurus myosuroides in winter wheat
  435. Inheritance of pyriproxyfen resistance in the whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Q biotype)
  436. Spatio-temporal distributions of Meligethes aeneus and its parasitoids in an oilseed rape crop and their significance for crop protection
  437. Characterising bee orientation flight with harmonic radar
  438. Pollination
  439. The decline of potato cyst nematode populations in the absence of a host crop
  440. Nacobbus aberrans : a nascent species complex with challenging implications for quarantine and management
  441. Novel approaches to potato cyst nematode control
  442. Multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate to control potato cyst nematodes
  443. Direct and indirect estimates of Pandora neoaphidis conidia in laboratory bioassays with aphids
  444. Resistance to QoI fungicides: implications for cereal disease management in Europe
  445. Isolation and characterisation of the mating-type (MAT ) locus from Rhynchosporium secalis
  446. Nutrient dynamics in the rhizosphere
  447. A case study: the soil ecosystem
  448. Characterisation of resistance to barley mild mosaic virus
  449. A database and web site for plant virus sequence analysis
  450. Occurrence and sequences of Lily mottle virus and Lily symptomless virus in plants grown from imported bulbs in Zhejiang province, China. Brief report
  451. The response of Echinochloa colona populations from Nigeria to oxadiazon, propanil and pendimethalin
  452. Fused Ro1A protein enhances beta-glucoronidase activity 50-fold: implication for Ro1A mechanism of action
  453. Optimising the benefits of fluquinconazole seed treatment in sequences of winter wheat crops
  454. Field measurements of airborne concentrations and deposition rate of maize pollen
  455. The influence of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita , the nematicide aldicarb and the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia on heterotrophic bacteria in soil and the rhizosphere
  456. p -Coumaroylnoradrenaline, a novel plant metabolite implicated in tomato defense against pathogens
  457. Impact of microorganisms on chemical transformations in soil
  458. Modeling soil carbon from forest and pasture ecosystems of Amazon, Brazil
  459. The epidemiology of Septoria diseases of wheat
  460. N, P and K budgets for crop rotations on nine organic farms in the UK
  461. Sustainable farming systems and their impact on soil biological fertility - some case studies
  462. Population genetics of knockdown resistance to pyrethroids in the aphid Myzus persicae
  463. Insecticide resistance: from science to practice
  464. Responses of the aphids Phorodon humuli and Rhopalosiphum padi to sex pheromone stereochemistry in the field
  465. Predicting the activity of Cd2+ and Zn2+ in soil pore water from the radio-labile metal fraction
  466. Functional characterisation of two cytochrome b 5-fusion desaturases from Anemone leveillei : the unexpected identification of a fatty acid delta6-desaturase
  467. Environment and harvest time affects the combustion qualities of Miscanthus genotypes
  468. Weeds: their impact and value in arable ecosystems
  469. Comments on British Farm Scale Trials by a UK ecologist. Oct 28, 2003
  470. Be impressed. Be very impressed!
  471. Co-existence of conventional, organic and GM crops - role of temporal and spatial behaviour of seeds
  472. The potential impact of volunteer rape as a link between previous and current rape crops - its relevance for managing HT-rape
  473. A risk assessment framework for determining the effects of pesticides on farmland biodiversity
  474. Feed the soil to feed the people: the role of potash in sustainable agriculture. Proceedings of the IPI Golden Jubilee Congress 1952-2002, Basel, 8-10 October 2002. Volume 1. Invited papers
  475. Behavioural and chemical ecology of Meligethes aeneus : effects of non-host plant volatiles
  476. An evaluation of four crop:weed competition models using a common data set
  477. WMSS: improving the precision and prediction of weed management strategies in winter dominant rotations
  478. Accounting for changes in soil carbon under the Kyoto Protocol: need for improved long-term data sets to reduce uncertainty in model projections
  479. Strategies for fungicidal control of take-all. (H-GCA Project Report No. 309)
  480. First report on molecular detection of phytoplasmas in papaya in Cuba
  481. Rapeseed-mustard: participatory research for rural livelihoods development (Indo-UK Collaboration on Oilseed Crops)
  482. Genetically-modified crops
  483. Antioxidant and molecular markers for pea root nodule senescence
  484. How shocking is zinc? or: the effects of Zn contamination on soil microbial processes - elucidation of shock and adaptation effects
  485. New chemical signals in plant protection against herbivores and weeds
  486. Sufur transport and assimilation in plants: regulation, interaction and signaling
  487. Importance of sulfur for the quality of breadmaking wheat and malting barley
  488. Microsatellite isolation and characterization in the beneficial parasitoid wasp Diaeretiella rapae (M'Intosh)(Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Aphidiinae)
  489. How do roots penetrate strong soil?
  490. Measuring inorganic orthophosphate in oilseed rape using reflectoquant technology
  491. Changes in soil phosphorus fractions following positive and negative phosphorus balances for long periods
  492. Inheritance of resistance to Bt canola in a field-derived population of Plutella xylostella
  493. GM crops and the environment
  494. Graminicide insensitivity correlates with herbicide-binding co-operativity on acetyl-CoA carboxylase isoforms
  495. An institutional framework for InterSard Asia-ITC
  496. Geostatistical analysis of arsenic concentration in groundwater in Bangladesh using disjunctive kriging
  497. Comparison of toxicity of zinc for soil microbial processes between laboratory-contamined (sic) and polluted field soils
  498. Association of MACE-based insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae with reproductive rate, response to alarm pheromone and vulnerability to attack by Aphidius colemani
  499. The potential of optical canopy measurement for targeted control of field crop diseases
  500. Population dynamics of the large nettle aphid, Microlophium carnosum , and entomopathogenic fungi
  501. Managing organic matter in soil
  502. Establishing the functional significance of ascorbate oxidase in planta
  503. Tritrophic interactions between a Bt plant, the diamondback moth and a braconid endoparasitoid
  504. Modeling of relationships between weather and Septoria tritici epidemics on winter wheat: a critical approach
  505. Spatial aspects of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) epidemic development on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in the United Kingdom
  506. The implications of spring-sown genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops for farmland biodiversity: a commentary on the Farm Scale Evaluations of spring sown crops (DEFRA report)
  507. Design of the farm-scale evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  508. Responses of plants and invertebrate trophic groups to contrasting herbicide regimes in the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  509. Invertebrates and vegetation of field margins adjacent to crops subject to contrasting herbicide regimes in the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  510. Invertebrate responses to the management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant and conventional spring crops. II. Within-field epigeal and aerial arthropods
  511. Invertebrate responses to the management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant and conventional spring crops. I. Soil-surface-active invertebrates
  512. Weeds in fields with contrasting conventional and genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops. II. Effects on individual species
  513. Weeds in fields with contrasting conventional and genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops. I. Effects on abundance and diversity
  514. Crop management and agronomic context of the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  515. On the rationale and interpretation of the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  516. Genotype-phenotype: understanding the gap
  517. Altering flux through the sucrose biosynthesis pathway in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana modifies photosynthetic acclimation at low temperatures and the development of freezing tolerance
  518. Integrating nitrogen and water use efficiency in wheat, the role of glutamine synthetase
  519. Interactions between bacteria and plant-parasitic nematodes: now and then
  520. Impact of germinating weed seedlings in autumn-sown crops on weed seed bank dynamics
  521. Are honey bees' foraging preferences affected by pollen amino acid composition
  522. The dynamics of an eco-epidemic model with biological control
  523. Maturation of Leptosphaeria maculans pseudothecia in relation to forecasting phoma leaf spots (stem canker) on oilseed rape
  524. Development of phoma canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) on stems of winter oilseed rape in England in relation to thermal time
  525. Use of fungicides to control early and late epidemics of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) in winter oilseed rape in England
  526. Relations between light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ), pod canopy size and winter oilseed rape yield in England
  527. Leptosphaeria maculans (stem canker) on winter oilseed rape in England: some relationships between plant and pathogen development
  528. Development of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on oilseed rape leaves at different temperatures and wetness durations
  529. Epidemiology and global distribution of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans on oilseed rape
  530. Effectiveness of the water-insoluble component of triple superphosphate for yield and phosphorus uptake by plants
  531. Effectiveness of different precipitated phosphates as phosphorus sources for plants
  532. Modelling life-history/dispersal-strategy interactions to predict and manage linyphiid spider diversity in agricultural landscapes
  533. Integrated crop management in sugar beet
  534. Sugar beet growing on 2003
  535. Might mite be a future sugar beet problem?
  536. Sugar beet and the UK environment
  537. Sugar beet growing in northern Italy
  538. It's not just old age that turns leaves brown
  539. Review of pests of sugar beet in 2002
  540. Beet crop growth in 2002
  541. Beetle-mania
  542. Nitrogen usage by the sugar beet crop: the production of a canopy
  543. Sugar beet growing in Italy
  544. Development of eyespot on winter wheat in the UK II: infection and lesion development on stems in relation to thermal time
  545. Development of eyespot on winter wheat in the UK I: penetration and infection of leaf sheaths in relation to thermal time
  546. Isoflavanones from the allelopathic aqueous root exudate of Desmodium uncinatum
  547. Growth analysis, crops
  548. Polymyxa graminis and the cereal viruses it transmits: a research challenge
  549. The ability of a bymovirus to overcome the rym4- mediated resistance in barley correlates with a codon change in the VPg coding region on RNA1
  550. Indirect interactions between rust (Melampsora epitea ) and leaf beetle (Phratora vulgatissima ) damage on Salix
  551. Geographic variation in phenotypic traits in Phratora spp. and the effects of conditioning on feeding preference
  552. Phytochromes - biotechnological prospects
  553. Stem canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy durable resistance
  554. Interactive forecasting of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) risk for winter oilseed rape on the internet
  555. Zones of inhibition: interactions between art and science
  556. The role of deformed wing virus in the mortality of varroa infested honeybee colonies
  557. The role of deformed wing virus in the mortality of varroa infested honeybee colonies
  558. Sugar beet farmers must see the light
  559. A tale of two seedling diseases: the biology of Pythium damping-off and Aphanomyces blackleg
  560. Soil analysis: it's interpretation and nutrient management practices
  561. Lability of Cd, Cu, and Zn in polluted soils treated with lime, beringite, and red mud and identification of a non-labile colloidal fraction of metals using isotopic techniques
  562. Chlorophyll fluorescence technique as a rapid diagnostic test of the effects of the photosynthetic inhibitor chlorotoluron on two winter wheat cultivars
  563. Confidential report for Syngenta
  564. Axtivity of AEF6102-O4H (mesosulfuron + iodosulfuron) on herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides), Italian rye-grass (Lolium multiflorum) and wild-oats (Avena spp.): 2002-2003. (Confidential report for Bayer CropScience UK Ltd)
  565. In vitro interactions between two fungal pathogens of Plutella xylostella: Pandora blunckii and Zoophthora radicans
  566. Do Vicia faba plants use the aphid pathogen Pandora neoaphidis as a bodyguard?
  567. Entomopathogenic fungi as biological control agents
  568. Managed field margins as refugia for Pandora neoaphidis
  569. Tritrophic interactions between Pandora neoaphidis , three aphid species and different host plant resources
  570. Ecological role of the large nettle aphid, Microlophium carnosum , as an early season source of Pandora neoaphidis
  571. Population genetics of insecticide resistance in the aphid Myzus persicae utilising a new molecular diagnostic
  572. The Engrailed, Ectropis bistortata (Goeze) (Lep.: Geometridae), has become partially double-brooded in north-east Scotland
  573. Combating insecticide resistance in peach-potato aphids in the UK
  574. Sulphur: a secondary? Not anymore!
  575. Detection and quantification of Plectosphaerella cucumerina , a potential biological control agent of potato cyst nematodes, by using conventional PCR, real-time PCR, selective media, and baiting
  576. EXAMINE; an EU thematic network to evaluate impacts of environmental changes on aphids at a regional scale
  577. Effects of a turnip rape (Brassica rapa ) trap crop and insecticide treatment on infestation of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) by coleopteran stem-mining pests and their parasitoids
  578. Management strategies for winter oilseed rape to enhance biocontrol of rape pests
  579. The regulation of lateral root development - from environmental signals to hormone cross-talk
  580. Manipulating the expression of cytosolic glutamine synthetase in wheat of four different genetic backgrounds
  581. The role of antioxidant-mediated signal transduction during stress
  582. Vitamin C contents modulate genes involved in plant defense and development
  583. Promoters for driving transgene expression in wheat
  584. Optimisation factors for Agrobacterium -mediated genetic transformation of wheat (cv Florida)
  585. Agrobacterium mediated transformation of wheat: progress and application
  586. Monitoring the fate of GFP-targeted organelles during pollen development in wheat
  587. Trehalose 6-phosphate is indispensable for carbohydrate utilization and growth in Arabidopsis thaliana
  588. Genetically modified crops
  589. Factors influencing successful Agrobacterium -mediated genetic transformation of wheat
  590. Co-induction of glutathione-S-transferases and multidrug resistance associated protein by xenobiotics in wheat
  591. Elevated sucrose-phosphate synthase activity in transgenic tobacco sustains photosynthesis in older leaves and alters development
  592. The double helix 50 years on
  593. An abscisic acid-sensitive checkpoint in lateral root development of Arabidopsis
  594. Leaf mitochondria modulate whole leaf redox homeostasis, set antioxidant capacity, and determine stress resistance through altered signaling and diurnal regulation
  595. The function of ascorbate oxidase in tobacco
  596. Apoplastic ascorbate metabolism and its role in the regulation of cell signalling
  597. Functional mitochondrial complex I is required by tobacco leaves for optimal photosynthetic performance in photorespiratory conditions and during transients
  598. Leaf vitamin C contents modulate plant defense transcripts and regulate genes that control development through hormone signaling
  599. Effects of leaf ascorbate content on defense and photosynthesis gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana
  600. Oryzacystatin 1 expression in transformed tobacco produces a conditional growth phenotype and enhances chilling tolerance
  601. Changes in activities of acid invertase isoforms affect sugar accumulation and composition during ripening of tomato fruit
  602. Lessons from redox signalling in plants
  603. GM of primary metabolism - photosynthesis
  604. The persistence of seeds of two populations of six arable weeds
  605. Volatiles from whitefly-infested plants elicit a host-locating response in the parasitoid, Encarsia formosa
  606. Phytoextraction of metals and metalloids from contaminated soils
  607. The role of phytochelatins in arsenic tolerance in the hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata
  608. Biology of beet downy mildew
  609. Using headland margins to boost environmental benefits of sugar beet
  610. The development of a quantitative ELISA for the detection of Polymyxa betae
  611. Isolation and characterization of genes induced during non-host resistance to Polymyxa spp
  612. Future climate impact on the productivity of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris $ L.) in Europe
  613. Comparison of sugar beet crop cover estimates from radar and optical data
  614. Economic consequences for UK farmers of growing GM herbicide tolerant sugar beet
  615. Identification and exploitation of novel disease resistance genes in sugar beet
  616. A novel approach to the use of genetically modified herbicide tolerant crops for environmental benefit
  617. Transgenic Plant Monitor (TPM): a relational database for the management and analysis of information in plant tissue culture and transformation laboratories
  618. The effect of clothianidin on aphids and virus yellows in sugar beet
  619. The effects of Beet chlorosis virus (BChV) on the yield of sugar beet
  620. Using a crop/soil model and GIS technique to forecast sugar yield in the UK
  621. Effects of delayed weed control in genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet on the abundance and diversity of arthropods
  622. Factors contributing to improved efficiency of the sugar beet crop during the autumn in the UK
  623. Neonicotinoid seed treatments to control aphids and virus yellows in sugar beet
  624. A canopy approach to nitrogen recommendations for the sugar beet crop
  625. Climatic impact on the productivity of sugar beet in Europe
  626. Novel weed management options in GM herbicide tolerant sugar beet
  627. Progress towards improving the drought tolerance of sugar beet
  628. Lipid utilisation during storage of the entomopathogenic nematodes Steinernema feltiae and Heterorhabditis megidis from Greece and the UK
  629. Identification of a fibrinolytic enzyme in Schistosoma mansoni eggs and modulated blood fibrinogen metabolism in S. mansoni - infected mice
  630. Genetic structure of fragmented November moth (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) populations in farmland
  631. The dynamic clonal genome and its adaptive potential
  632. Vertical-looking radar: a new tool for monitoring high-altitude insect migration
  633. Mutations in the huge Arabidopsis gene BIG affect a range of hormone and light responses
  634. Push-pull strategies to reduce insecticide input to oilseed rape (Brassica napus ): potential of low alkenyl glucosinolate oilseed rape varieties (push!) and turnip rape (Brassica rapa ) trap crops (pull!)
  635. Push-pull strategies to reduce insecticide input to oilseed rape (Brassica napus ): potential of low alkenyl glucosinolate oilseed rape varieties (push!), and turnip rape (Brassica rapa ) trap crops (pull!)
  636. Accumulation of carbon and nitrogen by old arable land reverting to woodland
  637. Environmental aspects of sulfur nutrition in plants: a critical evaluation
  638. An assessment of the shock and adaptation effects of Zn on microorganisms in soils
  639. Comparison of chemically-enhanced phytoextraction by arable crops and short rotation coppice with hyperaccumulator plants
  640. Assessment of plant toxicity of copper in different European soils
  641. Toxicity of metals to plants
  642. Let's re-write the scientific paper
  643. Genetic parameters and evaluations from single- and multiple- trait analysis of dairy cow fertility and milk production
  644. Herbicide resistance in weeds: current status in Europe and guidelines for management
  645. Mapping infestations of potato cyst nematodes and the potential for spatially varying application of nematicides
  646. Identification of novel targets for the control of eyespot disease of cereals caused by Tapesia spp
  647. Cloning of and genetic variation in protease VCP1 from the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  648. Is the refereeing process of scientific papers ripe for reform?
  649. Markers and signals associated with nitrogen assimilation in higher plants
  650. Genotype-phenotype: narrowing the gap
  651. First joint conference for 30 years: meeting of European and American sugar beet technologists
  652. Unravelling the genetics of bolting and flowering in sugar beet: a model weed reveals all?
  653. Real-time analysis of Polymyxa betae GST expression in infected sugar beet
  654. Comparative biology and epidemiology of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans on winter oilseed rape
  655. Changes in distribution of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans (stem canker)
  656. Stem canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy durable resistance
  657. Effects of temperature on ascospore germination and penetration of oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) leaves by A- or B-group Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker)
  658. Carbon metabolite feedback regulation of leaf photosynthesis and development
  659. Metabolic signalling and carbon partitioning: role of Snf1-related (SnRK1) protein kinase
  660. The researcher-farmer interface in rice-wheat systems: moving from agricultural productivity to livelihoods
  661. Antisense SNF1-related (SnRK1) protein kinase gene represses transient activity of an alpha-amylase (alpha-Amy2) gene promoter in cultured wheat embryos
  662. Rapid changes in clonal lines: the death of a 'sacred cow'
  663. The role of weeds in supporting biological diversity within crop fields
  664. Effects of spatial heterogeneity of soil Cd on the growth, root distribution and Cd uptake by the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  665. Effect of natural and agricultural factors on long-term soil organic matter dynamics in arable soddy-podzolic soils - modeling and observation
  666. Are the links between soil aggregate size class, soil organic matter and respiration rate artefacts of the fractionation procedure?
  667. Interactions between the grasses Phalaris arundinacea, Miscanthus sinensis and Echinochloa crus-galli , and Barley and Cereal yellow dwarf viruses
  668. Screening for tolerance to bavistin, a benzimidazole fungicide containing methyl benzimidazol-2-yl carbamate (MBC), in Beauveria bassiana : sequence analysis of the beta-tubulin gene to identify mutations conferring tolerance
  669. cis -Jasmone treatment induces resistance in wheat plants against the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae (Fabricius) (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  670. What can mitochondrial electron transport mutants tell us about carbon-nitrogen interactions in leaves?
  671. Oxidative stress, antioxidants and plant mitochondria
  672. Relationships between antioxidants and leaf senescence in nodulated pea plants
  673. Molecular characterization of carla- and potyviruses from Narcissus in China
  674. Herbicide-resistant wild-oats: problems and solutions
  675. The 2002 Rothamsted herbicide-resistant black-grass survey: results and implications
  676. Characterisation of target-site resistance to ACCase-inhibiting herbicides in the weed Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  677. Managing and preventing herbicide resistance in weeds: WRAG guidelines
  678. Molecular diagnostics for fungal plant pathogens
  679. Trapped in 2002
  680. Impacts of environmental change on aphids throughout Europe
  681. Viruses and New Zealand honey bees
  682. Viruses in New Zealand honey bees
  683. Assessment of the arsenic phytoextraction potential of two ferns, Pteris vittata and Pteris cretica by field and pot experiments
  684. Arsenic hyperaccumulation by different fern species: mechanisms and phytoremediation potential
  685. Effect of weeds on insect pests of maize and their natural enemies in Southern Mexico
  686. Microbial parameters as indicators of toxic effects of heavy metals on the soil ecosystem
  687. The feasibility of using vertical-looking radar to monitor the migration of brown planthopper and other insect pests of rice in China
  688. First-order differential equation models with estimable parameters as functions of environmental variables and their application to a study of vascular development in young hybrid aspen stems
  689. Temporal changes in chemical properties of air-dried soils and their interpretation for long-term experiments (in Russian)
  690. Herbicide-tolerant crops - good or bad for Europe?
  691. Spatial distribution of pest insects in oilseed rape: implications for integrated pest management
  692. Insecticide resistance in the aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer): chromosome location and epigenetic effects on esterase gene expression in clonal linkages
  693. Rothamsted Rapid Resistance Test Ryegrass: revised protocol for testing Italian rye-grass (Lolium multiflorum )
  694. Gross nitrogen fluxes in soil: theory, measurement and application of 15N pool dilution techniques
  695. Cross-resistance patterns of buprofezin-resistant strains of the glasshouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum ) with regard to the benzoylphenyl ureas; novaluron and teflubenzuron. (Confidential Machteshim report)
  696. Soil persistence
  697. Cis -jasmone switches on plant defence against insects
  698. Assessing long-term trends in invertebrate biomass - a pilot study. (Project report to English Nature)
  699. Impact of nucleopolyhedrovirus bioinsecticide and selected synthetic insecticides on the abundance of insect natural enemies on maize in southern Mexico
  700. Field trapping of Chrysopa cognata (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) with aphid sex pheromone components in Korea
  701. Stable sulfur isotope ratio indicates long-term changes in sulfur deposition in the Broadbalk Experiment since 1845
  702. Plant stress signalling: understanding and exploiting plant-plant interactions
  703. Single-cell measurements of the contributions of cytosolic Na+ and K+ to salt tolerance
  704. East Atlantic teleconnection pattern and the decline of a common arctiid moth
  705. The potential attractant or repellent effects of different water types on oviposition in Aedes aegypti L. (Dipt., Culicidae)
  706. Detecting airborne inoculum of fungal pathogens of oilseed rape by polymerase chain reaction assays
  707. Predicting latent infection around stripe rust foci for spatially variable fungicide application
  708. Polymerase chain reaction based assays for the detection of inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
  709. Optical detection of wheat stripe rust disease foci for spatially variable fungicide application
  710. The serine acetyltransferase gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana and the regulation of its expression by cadmium
  711. Assessing the potential for zinc and cadmium phytoremediation with the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  712. Design, analysis and statistical power of the Farm-Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  713. Aphid sex pheromones: from discovery to commercial production
  714. In situ PCR detection of phytoplasma DNA in embryos from coconut palms with lethal yellowing disease
  715. Practical considerations for the sampling and storage of soils and crops from long-term experiments (in Russian)
  716. Are common moths in trouble?
  717. Variation in response to neonicotinoid insecticides in peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  718. Managing carbon in your soils!
  719. Variation in the effects of take-all disease on grain yield and quality of winter cereals in field experiments
  720. Determination of the distribution of sulphur in wheat starchy endosperm cells using secondary ion mass spectroscopy (SIMS) combined with isotope enhancement
  721. Laboratory evaluation of temperature effects on the germination and growth of entomopathogenic fungi and on their pathogenicity to two aphid species
  722. Effect of spatial heterogeneity on the role of Coccinella septempunctata as an intra-guild predator of the aphid pathogen Pandora neoaphidis
  723. The convention on biological diversity adopts the International Pollinator Initiative
  724. Floating pennywort (Hydrocotyle ranunculoides )
  725. A novel computerised image analysis method for the measurement of production of conidia from the aphid pathogenic fungus Erynia neoaphidis
  726. Evidence for host differential resistance and pathogenic variability from interactions between Brassica juncea - Albugo candida
  727. An introduction to the farm-scale evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  728. Diversity and abundance of the coleopteran fauna from organic and conventional management systems in southern England
  729. Early disease detection in wheat fields using spectral reflectance
  730. Potassium activities in cell compartments of salt-grown barley leaves
  731. Migration and genetic structure of the grain aphid (Sitobion avenae ) in Britain related to climate and clonal fluctuation as revealed using microsatellites
  732. Agricultural practice, soil carbon storage and CO2 emissions
  733. Approaches for monitoring the release of Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata , a biocontrol agent of root-knot nematodes
  734. Development of a new management strategy for the control of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp) in organic vegetable production
  735. Deciphering plant-pathogen communication: fresh perspectives for molecular resistance breeding
  736. Uptake and distribution of nickel and other metals in the hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii
  737. PCR-based DNA fingerprinting indicates host-related genetic variation in the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  738. Identifying pathogenicity genes and developing tools to monitor trichothecene mycotoxin production in Fusarium graminearum and F. culmorum
  739. Tritrophic choice experiments with Bt plants, the diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella ) and the parasitoid Cotesia plutellae
  740. The influence of root diffusate and host age on hatching of the root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. fallax
  741. Electrical activity in potato roots induced by Globodera rostochiensis
  742. Hyphenated techniques of thermal analysis for characterisation of soil humic substances
  743. A practical evaluation of microwave and conventional wet digestion techniques for the determination of Cd, Cu and Zn in wheat grain
  744. Evaluating soil microbial biomass carbon as an indicator of long-term environmental change
  745. Change in acceptability of barley plants to aphids after exposure to allelochemicals from couch-grass (Elytriga repens )
  746. Survival and plasmid stability of rhizobia introduced into a contaminated soil
  747. Integrated management of two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae on hops using hop beta-acids as an antifeedant together with the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis
  748. CYP79F1 and CYP79F2 have distinct functions in the biosynthesis of aliphatic glucosinolates in Arabidopsis
  749. Manipulation of parasitoids for aphid pest management: progress and prospects
  750. The influence of lipophilicity and formulation on the distribution of pesticides in laboratory-scale sediment/water systems
  751. Herbicide risk assessment for non-target aquatic plants: sulfosulfuron - a case study
  752. Biotype Q of Bemisia tabaci identified in Israel
  753. Nitrogen flows on farms with an extended grazing management system
  754. New approaches to odour problems
  755. Demonstration of global nutrient loading models for international diffuse pollution assessment
  756. Data types and resolution for modelling phosphorus transport from agricultural soils
  757. Mechanisms causing improvement in soil structure under white clover
  758. Measurement and abatement of ammonia emissions from hard standings used by livestock
  759. Latest on lotus
  760. Leggraze project
  761. Re-creating flower-rich grassland
  762. The impact of Squire and other dock control herbicides on control of broad-leafed dock and on herbage production: experiments in 2003
  763. Experimental determination of the responses of grassland swards to elevated CO2 and temperature, and interactions with management in terms of cutting frequency
  764. Impacts of climate change on forage and livestock production
  765. Climate change.
  766. Immobilisation of 13C photosynthate from higher plants into microbial DNA
  767. Transfer of 13C from pulse labelled ryegrass plants to microbial DNA
  768. Transfer of 13C from pulse labelled ryegrass plants to microbial DNA
  769. Novel laboratory and field techniques to improve understanding of the denitrification process and enable the development of a new model
  770. Food quality and microbial succession in ageing earthworm casts: standard microbial indices and metabolic fingerprinting
  771. Use of earthworm casts to validate FT-IR spectroscopy as a 'sentinel' technology for high-throughput monitoring of global changes in microbial ecology
  772. Ammonium - N losses from agriculture
  773. Demonstration model - A model of ammonia volatilisation from a dairy farm: an examination of abatement strategies
  774. Dairy production using an extended grazing management system - a preliminary assessment of nitrogen flows
  775. Nitrogen losses during storage and following the land spreading of poultry manure
  776. N transformations at a sub-surface clay interface: a study using undisturbed, in situ soil lysimeters
  777. Determination of N source in denitrification studies using stable isotope techniques
  778. The effect of agricultural ammonium deposition on nitrous oxide production by soils under coniferous and deciduous woodland cover
  779. Influence of white clover on nitrous oxide fluxes in grassland
  780. A study of the N2O emission from grassland with the FASSET farm model
  781. Use of a 2-pool model to evaluate the effect of fertiliser application on nitrogen emissions from grassland soils
  782. Field experiments to determine N accumulation under fertility building crops
  783. Nitrogen balances over 7 years on a mixed farm in the Cotswolds
  784. Assessing the impact of nitrogen fertilizer management regime on nitrifier diversity and nitrification kinetics in grassland soil
  785. Return of the Marbled White
  786. Modelling catchments to predict the impact on production and the environment for grassland agriculture
  787. Water quality impacts associated with an intensive farm in the North of Spain
  788. Reducing losses of Nitrous oxide from cattle slurry and mineral fertiliser applied to grassland by the use of DMPP
  789. Dicyandiamide and 3,4-dimethyl pyrazole phosphate decrease N2O emissions from grassland but dicyandiamide produces deleterious effects in clover
  790. A review of the significance on non-point source agricultural phosphorus to surface water
  791. Modeling diffuse pollution loads with geo-spatial data.
  792. Some impacts of crop quality on environment and biodiversity
  793. A survey of dairy effluent management in the south of Chile
  794. Natural abundance of C-13 and N-15 in earthworms from different cropping treatments
  795. The Irish ammonia emission inventory - implications for compliance with the Gothenburg Protocol
  796. The potential for reducing ammonia losses: two case studies, the UK and Denmark
  797. Ammonia emission from field-applied slurry
  798. Techniques for measuring ammonia emissions from land applications of manures and fertilisers
  799. Ammonia emissions from UK dairy enterprises: problems and solutions
  800. Mitigating emissions from livestock manures
  801. UK emissions data
  802. A rapid and simple technique for digestion and determination of total phosphorus in animal manures and herbage
  803. Factors responsible for suppressing fruiting body formation in edible mushrooms
  804. Emissions of volatile organic compounds originating from UK livestock agriculture
  805. Monitoring trace gases in the atmosphere to increase the certainty of emissions from agriculture
  806. Soil functioning in natural and planted woodlands on slate waste
  807. Is diet selection of horses influenced by sward height?
  808. Demonstrated model - NGAUGE: a decision support system to optimise N fertilisation of UK grassland for economic and/or environmental goals
  809. Demonstrated model - DNDC: a mechanistic model to estimate N2O fluxes in the UK
  810. Indicators for environmental and economic sustainability on UK dairy farms
  811. Advantages and disadvantages in using pasture and early harvested silage in animal production systems
  812. NGAUGE DSS as a tool to assist UK dairy farmers to comply with EU nitrate legislation
  813. Intake characteristics and plant traits for perennial ryegrass varieties grazed by sheep
  814. Ammonia emissions from irrigation of dilute pig slurry
  815. Natural crusting of slurry storage as an abatement measure for ammonia emissions on dairy farms
  816. Influence of climate change on the sustainability of grassland systems
  817. Quantification of priming and CO2 respiration sources following slurry C incorporation in two grassland soils with different C content
  818. Environmental applications of flow field-flow fractionation (FIFFF)
  819. The effectiveness or alternative management to reduce N losses from dairy farms
  820. Soil N availability: a simple measure of soil fertility
  821. Nitrogen cycling in mixed farming systems. The Coates Farm Study 1995-2003
  822. Determination of N source in denitrification studies using stable isotope techniques
  823. IGER and Duchy College initiative
  824. Dock control holds promise
  825. Dynamics of organic compounds from cow dung in top-centimetre grassland soil
  826. Compound specific nitrogen isotope measurements of soil amino acids
  827. Compound-specific tracing of organic compounds from dung in temperate grassland soil
  828. Effect of slurry incorporation on CO2 respiration from grassland soil
  829. Influence of flooding on the dual isotope and isotopomer ratios of N2O released from estuarine soils
  830. Stable isotope techniques in the study of soil organic matter dynamics in agricultural and natural systems
  831. Partitioning between slurry and soil-derived C respiration in two grassland soils
  832. Using natural 13C abundance method to estimate distribution of Miscanthus x giganteus derived carbon to soil organic matter
  833. Studying the turnover of organic manures using natural 13C abundance
  834. Studying the turnover of organic manures using natural 13C abundance
  835. Influence of urinary N concentration on N2O and CO2 emissions from grassland
  836. Urea concentration affects short-term N turnover and N2O production in grassland soil
  837. The impacts on animal performance of grazing for nature conservation
  838. Using a system of undisturbed, in situ soil lysimeters to determine nitrogen transformations in a sub-surface clay interface
  839. Hygienic aspects of narrow band slurry application techniques and implications for grass silage quality
  840. An investigation of nitrogen flows on dairy farms with an extended grazing management system
  841. Effect of a restricted grazing session allocation on the ingestive behaviour of grazing dairy cows
  842. Added benefits in adopting techniques to abate ammonia emissions on UK farms
  843. Improving slurry nutrient utilisation on grassland farms
  844. Diet selection by horses on paddocks with four different sward heights
  845. Behavioural mechanisms underlying production responses in dairy cows treated with eprinomectin
  846. Integrated research for phosphorus in agriculture and river catchments
  847. Farm manures - a source of organic nitrogen
  848. Nitrogen flows on farms with extended grazing
  849. Impact of nutrition and management on N and P excretion by dairy cows
  850. Agronomic and nutritional qualities of grazed grass varieties: development of breeding tools and a new rapid-screening methodology
  851. Improving the efficiency of utilisation of grass and legumes by grazing cattle and sheep
  852. The effect of FYM storage conditions and land practices on N2O emissions
  853. Use of the NGAUGE Decision Support System to evaluate effects on livelihoods of compliance with NVZ rules by dairy farmers, to evaluate potential for its use to offset negative effects and compare outputs with those of RB209
  854. Short-term effects of dairy slurry amendment on carbon sequestration and enzyme activities in a temperate grassland
  855. Mechanistic aspects of nitrate-selective electrodes with immobilised ion exchangers in a rubbery membrane
  856. Research to explore the potential of Lotus
  857. Further evaluation of ammonia mitigation options
  858. Evaluation of targeted or additional straw use as a means of reducing ammonia emissions from buildings for housing cattle and pigs
  859. Greenhouse gas mitigation for organic and conventional dairy production
  860. Influence of livestock experience and breed on foraging behaviour in unimproved grasslands and impact on biodiversity
  861. Cost curve assessment of phosphorus mitigation options relevant to UK agriculture
  862. The impact of organic fertilizers on semi-natural grasslands
  863. Extensive grazing of semi-improved grassland to enhance faunal biodiversity
  864. Ecologically sustainable grazing management of lowland unimproved neutral grassland and its effect on livestock performance
  865. Potential for enhancing biodiversity on intensive livestock farms
  866. Quantifying the damage wild deer cause to agricultural crops and pastures
  867. The Coates Farm study II: N flows in a changed mixed farming system
  868. Soil microbes compete effectively with plants for organic-nitrogen inputs to temperate grasslands
  869. NIRS prediction of the intake characteristics of grass varieties continuously stocked with sheep
  870. Role of forage crops in animal production systems
  871. Odors from evaporation of acidified pig urine
  872. The use of volatile emissions as indices of sustainable agriculture.
  873. New methods for identification and evaluation of intake characteristics of grass varieties
  874. Impact of control of dock (Rumex obtusifolius) on potential production from N-fertilised swards
  875. Maintaining and improving swards for quality feed and animal production
  876. The impact of Squire on control of broad-leafed dock and on herbage production: experiments in 2002
  877. The effects of using Doxstar and Squire on a grass-clover sward: 2002 results
  878. The effects of herbicidal control of creeping thistle on herbage production: 2002 results
  879. The effects of herbicidal control of broad-leaved dock on herbage production 1999-2002
  880. Development of botanical diversity in grassland following species introduction
  881. The impacts of climate change on UK agriculture
  882. Potential impacts of climate change for grassland: farming industry perceptions, adaptations and mitigation options
  883. Impact of control of dock (Rumex obtusifolius ) on potential production from N-fertilised swards
  884. Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in grass-to-grass resowing and grass-arable rotations
  885. Dual isotope and isotopomer ratios of N2O emitted from a temperate grassland soil after fertiliser application
  886. Odour monitoring within waste management
  887. Inter-specific variability in organic nitrogen uptake of three temperate grassland species
  888. Grazing botanically diverse swards: the effects on sward structure, a case study in Somerset, England
  889. Investigation of how ammonia emissions from buildings housing cattle vary with the time cattle spend inside those buildings
  890. A decision support tool for international diffuse pollution management
  891. Nutrients in rivers
  892. Determining hydrological pathways for the transfer of potential pathogens from grassland soils to surface waters
  893. Automatic continuous river monitoring of nitrate using a novel ion-selective electrode
  894. Linking sources of phosphorus and sediment in the landscape to ecological impacts in waters - seeking an integrated approach
  895. Options for change - Reducing environmental emissions from livestock production
  896. Grassland
  897. Value of docks control
  898. Development of a sward box methodology for the rapid screening of bite mass in grass varieties intended for grazing
  899. Morphological, chemical and intake characteristics of grass varieties grazed by sheep under continuous stocking management
  900. Use of an operant method to study preference for perennial ryegrass or white clover by sheep
  901. Evaluation of ammonia mitigation options
  902. Updating the inventory of ammonia emissions from UK agriculture for the years 2000 and 2001
  903. Recalcitrant soil organic materials mineralize more efficiently at higher temperatures
  904. Quantifying the damage wild deer cause to agricultural crops
  905. Soil microbial community, fertility, vegetation and diversity as targets in the restoration management of a meadow grassland
  906. Strip grazing separate white clover and ryegrass monocultures increases daily intake and milk yield in dairy cows
  907. Intake characteristics of perennial ryegrass varieties when grazed by sheep under continuous stocking management.
  908. Grassland in Europe
  909. Changes in bicarbonate-extractable inorganic and organic phosphorus by drying pasture soils
  910. Potential contribution of lysed bacterial cells to phosphorus solubilisation in two rewetted Australian pasture soils
  911. A new inventory of ammonia emissions from Irish agriculture
  912. Grazing and pasture management for plant biodiversity benefit
  913. Influence of pasture management (nitrogen and lime addition and insecticide treatment) on soil organisms and pasture root system dynamics in the field
  914. Potassium budgets in grassland systems as affected by nitrogen and drainage
  915. Biogenic gas emissions from soils measured using a new automated laboratory incubation system
  916. Why do cereal-legume intercrops support large earthworm populations?
  917. Gross nitrogen fluxes in soil: Theory, measurement and application of N-15 pool dilution techniques
  918. The impact of grassland management regime on the community structure of selected bacterial groups in soils
  919. Preferential flow variability in a well-structured soil.