2004

  1. Plant-mediated lipolysis and proteolysis in red clover with different polyphenol oxidase activities
  2. Effects of diets containing sunflower oil and fish oil on lipid metabolism and fatty acid flow to the duodenum of beef steers
  3. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent EP 1481063 A1)
  4. Novel Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent WO 2004/057001 A2)
  5. Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent CA 2510462 A1)
  6. New Elongase Gene And Production Of Delta-9-polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent EP 1373519 A2)
  7. Manure nutrient evaluation routine (MANNER - NPK) (Final report to Defra on project no. KT0105)
  8. Teaching plant biology in a time of change
  9. A single amino acid substitution found in pirimicarb-insensitive acetylcholinesterase (AChE) of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulz.)
  10. Understanding chemical ecology and long term biotechnological opportunities for management of stem borers and striga in Northern Africa
  11. Effect of soil variability on denitrifying enzyme activity, measured as an indicator of N2O loss
  12. Analysis of high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions from Hubei commercial hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars
  13. Management of root knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) by biocontrol agents in two crop rotations
  14. StEm Canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy dUrable Resistance (SECURE). Second interim report for period 1 September 2003-31 August 2004 on EU contract QLK5-CT-2002-01813
  15. Novel method to investigate microbial community structure in microsites in the rhizosphere
  16. Control of plant parasitic nematodes in a natural system: II the diversity and dynamics of microbial enemies
  17. Individual based modelling of temporal and spatial slug dynamics
  18. Terrestrial Biotic Ligand Model (TBLM) to predict copper toxicity in soil systems
  19. Root nitrogen acquisition and assimilation
  20. Micronutrients in soil and agrosystems: occurrence and availability.
  21. Characterisation of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) in aphids and mutations associated with resistance to carbamate and organophosphorus insecticides
  22. On the simulation of particle trajectories in turbulent flows
  23. Herbicide-resistant weeds in Europe: the wider implications
  24. The impact of traffic pollution on the nitrogen metabolism and zinc content of roadside vegetation
  25. Nitrous oxide release from agricultural riparian ecosystems
  26. Spatial sampling to detect slug abundance in an arable field
  27. Analysing the effect of environment and environmental change on the spatial distribution and dynamics of the aphid species Myzus persicae (Sulzer) in Europe. PhD thesis, Universite Catholique Louvain
  28. GMHT use in sugar beet - opportunities for weed management and implications for wildlife and rotations
  29. The use of pyriproxyfen fro the control of Aedes aegypti in Iquitos, Peru
  30. Adaptation of the 'bottle assay' for insecticide resistance and efficacy monitoring in the Peruvian Amazon
  31. Changes in the Lepidoptera fauna of Monks Wood NNR particularly as indicated by the Rothamsted light-trap catches
  32. Pasteuria spores in coastal sand dunes: a modified method for recovery and quantification
  33. Fungal and bacterial enemies to nematodes in the rhizosphere of Ammophila arenaria : preliminary analysis of a tri-trophic community
  34. Fusarium and mycotoxin risk in wheat grain (Reproduced from RRA Newsletter No 15, 2004)
  35. Genetic and transgenic approaches to improving crop performance
  36. Gibberellin biosynthesis and inactivation
  37. Factor analytic multiplicative mixed models in the analysis of multiple experiments
  38. Resistance to acetolactate inhibiting herbicides in UK black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) populations
  39. Detection of microbial DNA sequences by colony hybridization
  40. Impact of genetically modified bacterial inoculants on the soil microbial community
  41. Exploitation of aphid monitoring systems in Europe to improve observation and prediction of global change impacts on terrestrial ecosystems: EXAMINE. (Final report to the EU on contract EVK2-CT-1999-20001)
  42. Take-all control strategies
  43. Rust resistance in Salix to Melampsora larici-epitea
  44. Identification and expression profiling of putative odorant-binding proteins in the malaria mosquitoes, Anopheles gambiae and A. arabiensis
  45. Effect of different potassium fertilizers suitable for use in organic farming systems on grass/clover yields and nutrient offtakes and interactions with nitrogen supply
  46. Evidence for occurrence of an organophosphate-resistant type of acetylcholinesterase in strains of sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis Kroyer)
  47. Field evaluation of fungal competitors of Fusarium culmorum and F. graminearum , causal agents of ear blight of winter wheat, for the control of mycotoxin production in grain
  48. Differential signalling from specialist and generalist Brassica feeding aphids to differentially adapted aphid parasitoids
  49. Development of the malate:sulphate ratio test for sulphur deficiency in winter wheat and oilseed rape (HGCA Project Report No. 327)
  50. Two TIR:NB:LRR genes are required to specify resistance to Peronospora parasitica isolate Cala2 in Arabidopsis
  51. Plant science
  52. Plant-pathogen interactions: evolution
  53. Reduced stature plants (Patent application)
  54. Vermin repellent (Patent application)
  55. Hedges and roads: guiding pollination and plant gene flow?
  56. Hedges and roads: guiding pollination and plant gene flow?
  57. The influence of spray heterogeneity on the dynamics of fungicide resistance
  58. The Scarce Tissue Rheumaptera cervinalis Scop. (Lep.: Geometridae) from two sites in Hertfordshire
  59. Observations of some Meloidogyne populations using scanning electron microscopy
  60. Busy times in the plant clinic
  61. Make more of field margins
  62. Nematodes in sugar beet
  63. Manipulating biochemical pathways in rice
  64. A single amino acid substitution found in pirimicarb- insensitive acetylcholinesterase (AChE) of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  65. Electroantennogram responses of the three migratory forms of the damson-hop aphid, Phorodon humuli , to aphid pheromones and plant volatiles
  66. Algorithms, data structures and languages: the computational ingredients for innovative analysis
  67. Modelling protein content and composition in wheat
  68. Comments on the use of statistical tests in the comparison of stochastic weather generators by Qian et al. (2004)
  69. Fitting and comparing seed germination models with a focus on the inverse normal distribution
  70. Minimising losses of nitrogen from UK agriculture
  71. Nitrogen management for profitable farming with minimal environmental impact: the challenge for mixed farms in the Cotswold Hills, England
  72. Tree leaf biomarkers for atmospheric nitrogen deposition
  73. Establishing the potassium requirements of modern, high-yielding sugar beet crops for yield and beet quality. (Final report for British Beet Research Organisation project 00/25)
  74. Metabolite profiling of GM plants: the importance of robust experimental design and execution
  75. Potential of metabolomics as a functional genomics tool
  76. Lipid utilization, gluconeogenesis and seedling growth in Arabidopsis mutants lacking the glyoxylate cycle enzyme malate synthase
  77. Arabidopsis VARIEGATED 3 encodes a chloroplast-targeted, zinc-finger protein required for chloroplast and palisade cell development
  78. Ion-coupled transport of inorganic solutes
  79. Preface (to Sulphur metabolism in plants - integrating complexity. Special issue of the Journal of Experimental Botany, vol. 55(404))
  80. Regulation of sulfate uptake and expression of sulfate transporter genes in Brassica oleracea as affected by atmospheric H2S and pedospheric sulfate nutrition
  81. Xenobiotic metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa. PhD thesis, University of Reading
  82. Turgor, solute import and growth in maize roots treated with galactose
  83. Photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixation
  84. The molecular basis for grain texture in wheat
  85. Transformation of wheat by biolistics
  86. Pasteuria penetrans and P. nishizawae attachment to Meloidogyne chitwoodii, M. fallax and M. hapla
  87. Release of transgenic bacterial inoculants - rhizobia as a case study
  88. The production of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants
  89. Biosynthesis and compartmentation of triacylglycerol in higher plants
  90. Production of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants: a sustainable source for human health and nutrition
  91. Progress toward the production of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants
  92. The use of very long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids to ameliorate metabolic syndrome: transgenic plants as an alternative sustainable source to fish oils
  93. The production of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants by reverse-engineering
  94. Biosynthesis of very-long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic oilseeds: constraints on their accumulation
  95. Sources of resistance to diseases of sugar beet in related Beta germplasm: I. Foliar diseases
  96. The behaviour of pesticides in sediment/water systems and their uptake by aquatic plants
  97. Incidence and feeding activity of epigeic, predatory invertebrates within winter oilseed rape in the UK with comparisons between integrated and conventional crop management
  98. Rearing and identification of the larval parasitoids of Psylliodes chrysocephala and Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus from field-collected specimens
  99. Phenology and spatial distributions of Dasineura brassicae and its parasitoids in a crop of winter oilseed rape: implications for integrated pest management
  100. Spatial dynamics of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus ) in relation to inflorescence growth stage within a simulated trap crop system for oilseed rape
  101. Effects of a turnip rape trap crop on the spatial distribution of Meligethes aeneus and Ceutorhynchus assimilis in oilseed rape
  102. Leptosphaeria maculans, L. biglobosa and fungicides: preliminary results from in vitro and winter oilseed rape experiments
  103. Spatial aspects of Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) epidemiology
  104. Development of an 'ascospore shower' method for inoculating oilseed rape leaves with Leptosphaeria maculans
  105. Durability of resistance: a modelling approach
  106. Frequency of avirulence genes in field populations of Leptosphaeria maculans in Germany, UK and Poland
  107. Field and controlled environment assessment of winter oilseed rape resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot)
  108. Comparing fungal diseases on oilseed rape in England, France and Poland
  109. The PASSWORD project: a decision support system for managing pests and diseases of winter oilseed rape in the UK
  110. SECURE - possibilities for durable resistance to stem canker?
  111. The EU project MASTER (MAnagement STrategies for European Rape pests): a review of progress
  112. Perspectives of ANOVA, REML and a general linear mixed model
  113. Prospects for statistical methods in animal breeding
  114. Multivariate character process models for the analysis of two or more correlated function-valued traits
  115. Factor analytic multiplicative mixed models in the analysis of multi-environment forest field trials
  116. Joint modelling of competition and spatial variability in forest field trials
  117. DEFRA Wheat Genetic Improvement Network - WGIN (Annual/interim report for DEFRA project AR0709 2003-2004)
  118. A perspective on the measurement of time in plant disease epidemiology
  119. The role of ascorbate in plant defence and development
  120. A preliminary study of airborne microbial biodiversity over peninsular Antarctica
  121. Linking experimental results, biological networks and sequence analysis methods using Ontologies and Generalised Data Structures
  122. The role of volatile semiochemicals in mediating host location and selection by nuisance and disease-transmitting cattle flies
  123. UNification of Indicator QUality for the Assessment of Impact of Multidisciplinary Systems (UNIQUAIMS)
  124. Genetic modification of SnRK1 and impact on metabolism in Arabidopsis
  125. Activities of compounds from Aslepias sinaicus (=Gomphocarpus sinaica) Asclepiadaceae. PhD thesis, University of the Suez Canal
  126. Pyrethroids
  127. Resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans in the petiole of Brassica napus
  128. Leptosphaeria biglobosa can induce higher resistance of Brassica napus to Phoma stem canker by triggering earlier JA/ET pathway and stronger SA pathway both locally and systematically
  129. Biodiversity and genetic resources for Brassica napus and its major fungal pathogens within the UK Defra Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement Network (OREGIN)
  130. Impact of land use on soluble organic nitrogen in soil
  131. Using long-term experiments to evaluate models for assessing climatic impacts on future crop production
  132. Parasitoid impact on aphid populations in UK cereal crops and attempts at manipulation
  133. Changes in data handling and analysis
  134. Differential response and genes for resistance to Peronospora parasitica (downy mildew) in Brassica juncea (mustard)
  135. Survival, surfaces and susceptibility - the sensory biology of pathogens. (British Society for Plant Pathology presidential address 2003)
  136. Exploiting rhizosphere interactions in pest and weed management
  137. The chemistry of rhizosphere-mediated allelopathic interactions between Desmodium uncinatum and the parasitic weed Striga hermonthica
  138. Morphology of cysts and second stage juveniles of Heterodera filipjevi (Madzhidov, 1981) Stelter, 1984 from Norway
  139. Soil management: problems and solutions
  140. Development of the oilseed rape light leaf spot forecast: from model to mobile phone
  141. Biotypes of Bemisia tabaci and their relevance to the evolution and management of insecticide resistance
  142. Interactions between aphids, their insect and fungal natural enemies and the host plant
  143. Take-all and grain yields in sequences of winter wheat crops testing fluquinconazole seed treatment applied in different combinations of years
  144. Development of a decision support system for phoma and light leaf spot in winter oilseed rape ('PASSWORD' Project) (HGCA Project Report No. 357)
  145. Predicting light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) risk on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in England and Wales, using survey, weather and crop information
  146. The collection and retention of a range of common airborne spore types trapped directly into microtiter wells for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
  147. Automatic detection of 'yellow rust' in wheat using reflectance measurements and neural networks
  148. Amplification of plant defensin and oxalic acid oxidase genes and their expressions induced by pathogens and chemicals in Brassica napus
  149. Spatio-temporal distributions of pests and their key parasitoids in a crop of winter oilseed rape: implications for integrated pest management
  150. Effects of 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
  151. Immunolocalization of deformed wing virus in Varroa destructor
  152. Physiological responses to temperature of potential fungal pathogens of Varroa destructor
  153. Biological control of Varroa destructor
  154. The impact of Varroa destructor on virus prevalence
  155. The occurrence of herbicide resistant Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) in England
  156. Critical periods of weed control in sugar cane in Mauritius
  157. Seed production by annual weeds in winter wheat and other arable crops
  158. A growth and competition model for a weed management decision support system (WMSS)
  159. Contrasting rooting behaviour in a range of UK weed and crop species and the implications for growth in mixtures
  160. Biodiversity in UK horticultural systems - the role of the weed seedbank
  161. The hydrological impacts of energy crop production in the UK. (Report by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology for the Department of Trade and Industry B/CR/000783/00/00)
  162. Field-based nutritional response evaluation of the intolerant white lupin (Lupinus albus ) cultivar Lucyanne to a lime-amended soil
  163. Identification of mutations associated with pyrethroid resistance in the para -type sodium channel of the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis
  164. Can GMHT beet contribute to sustainable crop production in Europe?
  165. ICM in beet rotations and the impact of sugar beet on biodiversity
  166. Growing confusion
  167. Sugar beet improvement through biotechnology
  168. Sugar beet at Cereals 2004
  169. Toughing it out. Coping with harsh weather, now and in the future
  170. Virus yellows - why was it a serious problem in North Yorkshire 2004?
  171. Modelling sugar beet growth and yield in soils with different water holding capacities
  172. Evaluation of drought tolerance in Beta germplasm
  173. Comparison of application methods to prolong the survival of potential biocontrol bacteria on stored sugar-beet seed
  174. A model for the invasion and spread of rhizomania in the United Kingdom: implications for disease control strategies
  175. Assessing the genetic resources to improve drought tolerance in sugar beet: agronomic traits of diverse genotypes under droughted and irrigated conditions
  176. Investigation of the survival of conidia of entomopathogenic fungi with potential for control of Varroa destructor in honey bee colonies
  177. Biological control of Varroa destructor dissemination and impact of spore inoculum
  178. PCR-based strategy for the identification of Beauveria bassiana isolates
  179. Interactions among insect parasitoids, arthropod predators and entomopathogenic fungi
  180. Structure and biomechanical properties of the gluten proteins deposited in the developing wheat grain: relationship to functional properties at harvest
  181. Wheat transgenics: where are we now?
  182. Insect alarm pheromones
  183. Host plant location: correlating electrophysiology with behaviour
  184. Chemical ecology of the house dust mite: a potential alternative to their control
  185. Human-derived host masking compounds in Scottish biting midges
  186. The reproductive biology and mating behaviour of the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Crustacea: Caligidae)
  187. The search for natural repellents from human beings against mosquitoes
  188. The search for natural repellents from human beings against mosquitoes
  189. Towards an organic system for cattle fly control: a push and a pull?
  190. Chemical and behavioural interactions between ants and Microdon hoverflies
  191. Flowering genes in Metrosideros fit a broad herbaceous model encompassing Arabidopsis and Antirrhinum
  192. Isolation of gibberellin metabolic pathway genes from barley and comparative mapping in barley, wheat and rice
  193. The role of Rothamsted Research in education and training in microbial control
  194. Investigating the damaging effect of Varroa destructor : retrospect and prospect
  195. Polymerase Chain Reaction detection of deformed wing virus (DWV) in Apis mellifera and Varroa destructor
  196. New Lepidoptera records from a Bedfordshire site including Ectoedemia sericopeza (Zeller) (Lep.: Nepticulidae) and Coleophora lassella Staudinger (Lep.: Coleophoridae)
  197. ...and it's not just at Alice Holt
  198. Advances in insect pest management of oilseed rape in Europe
  199. Factors affecting cross-pollination in oilseed rape varieties, particularly of low male fertility
  200. The effects of timing of control of weeds on the yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ), in the context of the potential commercialization of herbicide-tolerant winter rape
  201. Cambios histologicos inducidos por Cactodera galinsogae en cebada (Hordeum vulgare ) [Histological changes induced by Cactodera galinsogae in barley (Hordeum vulgare )]
  202. Malezas hospedantes de Cactodera galinsogae en los valles altos de Hidalgo, Mexico [Weeds as host of Cactodera galinsogae in the high valleys of Hidalgo, Mexico]
  203. Desarrollo postembrionario de Cactodera galinsogae en cebada (Hordeum vulgare )[Postembryonic development of Cactodera galinsogae on barley (Hordeum vulgare )]
  204. Botanical and rotational implications of genetically modified herbicide tolerance in winter oilseed rape and sugar beet (BRIGHT Project)(H-GCA Project Report No. 353)
  205. Radar observations reveal the efficacy of path integration mechanisms in flying bees
  206. Pollinator populations and pollen flow in herbicide tolerant GM crops
  207. The National Bumblebee Nest Survey 2004
  208. Electrophoresis and biotest studies of some cereal cyst nematode (Heterodera spp.)populations
  209. Pushing insects around: the use of 'push-pull' strategies in integrated pest management
  210. Migration strategies of UK populations of the green lacewing Chrysoperla carnea
  211. Radar studies of the high-altitude immigration of the diamondback moth to the UK
  212. Development of drip-irrigation technology as a delivery system for the improved targeting and control of nematode pests in potatoes
  213. The loess and coversands of northern France and southern England
  214. Environmental burdens and profitability of whole farms
  215. Are arable systems sustainable in hilly terrain? - using models to optimize landuse
  216. Measurments of canopy temperature to assess crop water stress
  217. Effects of nitrogen deposition and land use on soluble organic nitrogen in British soils
  218. Perspectives and challenges in the future use of plant nutrients
  219. The Coates Farm Study - nitrogen cycling at the farm system scale
  220. Long-term sludge experiments: soil metal bioavailability to crops and microbes
  221. In-situ remediation of a heavy metal polluted soil using red mud
  222. Risk assessment for soil protection
  223. Molecular mechanisms conferring reduced sensitivities to triazoles in UK isolates of Septoria tritici
  224. Evolution of QoI resistance in populations of Mycosphaerella graminocola
  225. The survival strategy of the soil microbial biomass
  226. Phosphate leaching from soil to water: 150 years of getting it wrong!
  227. Molecular evidence using enzyme and RAPD markers for sympatric evolution in British species of Tetramesa (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae)
  228. The impact of insecticide resistance in the currant-lettuce aphid, Nasonovia ribisnigri , on pest management in lettuce
  229. COmponents of Resistance to DISeases in winter Oilseed Rape: CORDISOR
  230. Control of potato cyst nematodes and economic benefits of application of 1,3-dichloropropene and granular nematicides
  231. Soil phosphorus - from feast to famine (University of Alberta Bentley Lecture in Sustainable Agriculture, 27 October 2004)
  232. Phytoextraction of metals from contaminated soils: fact and fiction
  233. Cadmium uptake by the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens on a range of contaminated soils
  234. A model for the evolution of pathogen-induced leaf shedding
  235. Phytoremediation of arsenic-contaminated soils using the hyperaccumulating fern Pteris vittata
  236. Enantiospecific (+)- and (-)-germacrene D synthases, cloned from goldenrod, reveal a functionally active variant of the universal isoprenoid-biosynthesis aspartate-rich motif
  237. Electrophysiological analysis of sensory responses and stylet activity of second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis and plant reactions to nematode invasion
  238. The effect of lectins on Globodera pallida behaviour
  239. Plant diseases caused by nematodes
  240. Induction of infection plaques in Oculimacula spp. the cereal eyespot fungi
  241. Risk assessment for soil protection
  242. Missing N: is the solution in dissolved N?
  243. Analysing soil variation in two dimensions with the discrete wavelet transform
  244. The distribution of serine protease inhibitors in seeds of the Asteridae
  245. Introduction: linkages and research priorities
  246. Soil interactions: biology, erosion and organic matter. Special issue of Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, based on a joint meeting of GCTE Networks on Soil Biology, Soil Erosion and Soil Organic Matter, Reading, September 1999 (Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 104(2), October 2004)
  247. Challenges for the development of Pochonia chlamydosporia as a biological control agent for Meloidogyne spp
  248. The survival strategy of the soil microbial biomass
  249. Relative importance of soil pH and substrate availability in regulating soil microbial properties
  250. The paradox of soil organic matter mineralization
  251. Rhizoremediation of land contaminated with persistent organic pollutants
  252. Recombinant single chain antibody reactive with secreted-excreted products of Globodera pallida affect nematode movement and invasion of potato roots
  253. Wurzelhals- und Stangelfaule des Rapses: zwei Krankheitserreger vs ein Fungizid
  254. Zinc tolerance and accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana
  255. Genomic approaches to studying the exosporium of Pasteuria penetrans , a bacterial parasite of root-knot nematodes
  256. Cloning and anlysis of genes from the amphids and cuticle surface of Globodera pallida and Caenorhabditis elegans
  257. Genetic screening of Lotus japonicus accession lines with Meloidogyne incognita
  258. The paradox of soil organic matter mineralization
  259. Quantifying phosphate leaching losses under field conditions
  260. Attack rate and success of the parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae on specialist and generalist feeding aphids
  261. Nematode morphology, sensory structure and function
  262. The dangers of coffee and cabbage
  263. Risk-assessment for natural chemicals, too?
  264. Identification of the RD1 mutation in laboratory and field strains of the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae)
  265. Identification of mutations conferring insecticide-insensitive AChE in the cotton-melon aphid, Aphis gossypii Glover
  266. A mechanism-based approach to monitoring for insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  267. Les virus des mosaiques transmis aux cereales par Polymyxa graminis
  268. A transcriptomics resource for wheat functional genomics
  269. Estimating the scales of variation for monitoring soil
  270. Cadmium and zinc accumulation by the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens from soils enriched with insoluble metal compounds
  271. Interactions between Cd and Zn in relation to their hyperaccumulation in Thlaspi caerulescens
  272. Biodiversity and genetic resources for Brassica napus and its pathogens within the UK Defra Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement Network (OREGIN)
  273. On the target entomofauna of an organic winter oilseed rape field in Estonia
  274. Protein chemistry of dicotyledonous grains
  275. Protein synthesis and deposition
  276. Pathways of nitrogen loss and their impacts on human health and the environment
  277. Symposium: the Broadbalk long-term experiment at Rothamsted: what has it told us about weeds?
  278. Loss of decreased-rubisco phenotype between generations of wheat transformed with antisense and sense rbc S
  279. Tracking movement in small insect pests, with special reference to aphid populations
  280. Biodiversity and genetic resources for Brassica napus and its major pathogens within the UK Defra Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement Network (OREGIN)
  281. Exploiting Triticum monococcum as a source of disease resistance traits to important UK fungal and viral pathogens
  282. Vacuolar sulfate transporters are essential determinants controlling internal distribution of sulfate in Arabidopsis
  283. Plant-parasitic nematodes - small animals, big impact
  284. Can biotechnology and genomics offer better routes to crop protection?
  285. The spatial dynamics of crop and ground active predatory arthropods and their aphid prey in winter wheat
  286. The spatial dynamics and movement of Pterostichus melanarius and P. madidus (Carabidae) between and within arable fields in the UK
  287. Plant pathogens: how can molecular genetic information on plant pathogens assist in breeding disease resistant crops
  288. Interactions between Pandora blunckii and Zoophthora radicans isolates in Plutella xylostella populations
  289. Synergists turn back the clock on insecticide resistance
  290. Transmission rates and adaptive evolution of pathogens in sympatric heterogeneous plant populations
  291. Effects of plant-derived compounds on larvae of a blowfly species that causes secondary myiases: laboratory studies
  292. Pathways and losses of fertilizer nitrogen at different scales
  293. The pale pinion: Lithophane hepatica Clerk (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Norfolk
  294. Resistance risks and management associated with Bt maize in Kenya
  295. Phosphorus and crop nutrition: principles and practice
  296. The effect of crop and pest management practices on the evolution within Bemisia tabaci
  297. Epidemiology and forecasting of small grain viruses of the Luteoviridae family
  298. Pollution-induced community tolerance of soil microbes in response to a zinc gradient
  299. Long-term population trends in widespread British moths
  300. Biodiversity and non-target impacts: a case study of Bt maize in Kenya
  301. Investigating the molecular mechanisms of insecticide resistance in cat fleas
  302. Studies on the interaction between Kashmir bee virus and Varroa destructor under controlled conditions
  303. The Park Grass Experiment
  304. Winter malting barley responds to sulphur applications
  305. Fusarium and mycotoxin risk in wheat grain
  306. Enhancing bee populations on farmland
  307. 'Candidatus Phytoplasma', a taxon for the wall-less, non-helical prokaryotes that colonize plant phloem and insects
  308. Uses of mathematical models in sugar beet agriculture
  309. Kinetics of Zn release in soils and prediction of Zn concentration in plants using diffusive gradients in thin films
  310. The involvement of microsomal oxidases in pyrethroid resistance in Helicoverpa armigera from Asia
  311. Spatial analysis of semi-arid patchy vegetation by the cumulative distribution of patch boundary spacings and transition probabilities
  312. PCR-based molecular discrimination of Pandora neoaphidis isolates from related entomopathogenic fungi and development of species-specific diagnostic primers
  313. Biosynthesis of methionine-derived glucosinolates in Arabidopsis thaliana : recombinant expression and characterization of methylthioalkylmalate synthase, the condensing enzyme of the chain-elongation cycle
  314. Preformed antifungal compounds in strawberry fruit and flower tissues
  315. Trehalose mediated growth inhibition of arabidopsis seedlings is due to trehalose-6-phosphate accumulation
  316. Using XML technology for the ontology-based semantic integration of life science databases
  317. Effects of host variety on blue willow beetle Phratora vulgatissima performance
  318. Solution structure of a methionine-rich 2S albumin from sunflower seeds: relationship to its allergenic and emulsifying properties
  319. New mosquito larvicidal tetranortriterpenoids from Turraea wakefieldii and Turraea floribunda
  320. Molecular markers to study population structure and dynamics in beneficial insects (predators and parasitoids)
  321. P fractions in drainage waters from the Broadbalk Continuous Wheat Experiment at Rothamsted
  322. Predicting post-anthesis N requirements of bread wheat with a Minolta SPAD meter
  323. Comparative epidemiology of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) ascospores and conidia from Polish and UK populations
  324. A controlled environment test for resistance to Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) and its use to determine the mode of inheritance of resistance in wheat cv. Cadenza and for screening Triticum monococcum genotypes for sources of SBCMV resistance
  325. The effect of spatial distributions of mycoparasites on biocontrol efficacy: a modelling approach
  326. Coordinated expression of sulfate uptake and components of the sulfate assimilatory pathway in maize
  327. The effects of spatial movement and group interactions on disease dynamics in social animals
  328. Spatial heterogeneity, social structure and disease dynamics of animal populations
  329. Observations on historical, contemporary, and natural PCDD/Fs
  330. Ascorbate as a regulator of plant stress tolerance
  331. Genomic evidence for divergence with gene flow in host races of the larch budmoth
  332. Characterisation of potato cyst nematode populations from Portugal
  333. Population dynamic theory of size-dependent cannibalism
  334. Phylogeny and expression of paralogous and orthologous sulphate transporter genes in diploid and hexaploid wheats
  335. Plant sulphate transporters: co-ordination of uptake, intracellular and long-distance transport
  336. Effects of pregnancy on daily milk yield of Holstein-Friesian dairy cattle
  337. Responses of female orange wheat blossom midge, Sitodiplosis mosellana , to wheat panicle volatiles
  338. Population structure of the beetle pests Phyllodecta vulgatissima and P. vitellinae on UK willow plantations
  339. Regulation of ascorbic acid synthesis in plants
  340. Calculation of multiple-trait sire reliability for traits included in a dairy cattle fertility index
  341. The trouble with viruses
  342. Nitrate and health
  343. Phosphorus distribution and leaching in loessial soil profile with long-term fertilization under irrigation and rainfed condition
  344. Prediction in linear mixed models
  345. Molecular phylogeny of isolates of Ctenocephalides felis and related species based on analysis of ITS1, ITS2 and mitochondrial 16S rDNA sequences and random binding primers
  346. Regulation of sucrose-phosphate synthase in wheat (Triticum aestivum ) leaves
  347. Roles for reactive oxygen species and antioxidants in plant mitochondria
  348. New opportunities in neuroscience, but a great danger that some may be lost
  349. Tolerance of septoria leaf blotch in winter wheat
  350. Identifying allergenic proteins in food
  351. Evidence for gene flow and local clonal selection in field populations of the grain aphid (Sitobion avenae ) in Britain revealed using microsatellites
  352. Scale- and location-dependent correlation of nitrous oxide emissions with soil properties: an analysis using wavelets
  353. Analysing spatially intermittent variation of nitrous oxide emissions from soil with wavelets and the implications for sampling
  354. The 'push-pull' strategy for stemborer management: a case study in exploiting biodiversity and chemical ecology
  355. Napier grass stunt: a new disease associated with a 16SrX1 group phytoplasma in Kenya
  356. Variation in the load of the horn fly, Haematobia irritans , in cattle herds is determined by the presence or absence of individual heifers
  357. Dynamics of production of sexual forms in aphids: theoretical and experimental evidence for adaptive 'coin-flipping' plasticity
  358. Regulation of calcium signalling and gene expression by glutathione
  359. Selectable markers: antibiotic and herbicide resistance
  360. An efficient computing strategy for prediction in mixed linear models
  361. Expression profiling of the response of Arabidopsis thaliana to methanol stimulation
  362. Evolution and function of the sucrose-phosphate synthase gene families in wheat and other grasses
  363. Aphid individual performance may not predict population responses to elevated CO2 or O3
  364. Nitrate and human health
  365. The involvement of microsomal oxidases in pyrethroid resistance in Helicoverpa armigera from Asia
  366. Pleiotropic effects of insecticide resistance genes in an aphid pest on vulnerability to attack by parasitoid wasps
  367. Population genetics of kdr-type resistance to pyrethroids in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  368. Bemisia tabaci , biotypes and insecticide resistance management
  369. Global status of insecticide resistance mechanisms in Helicoverpa armigera
  370. High-throughput detection of knockdown resistance in Myzus persicae using allelic discriminating quantitative PCR
  371. Sexual dimorphism or evolutionary branching?
  372. Nematode management in subsistence farming systems in Mexico
  373. The effect of patch size and separation on bumblebee foraging in oilseed rape: implications for gene flow
  374. Migratory and foraging movements in beneficial insects: a review of radar monitoring and tracking methods
  375. Effect of fungal infection on the reproductive potential of aphids and their progeny
  376. Intraguild interactions between the aphid pathogen Pandora neoaphidis and the parasitoid Aphidius ervi : implications for multi-species biocontrol
  377. The ability of fungal infected aphids to produce and respond to alarm pheromone
  378. Modelling Deroceras reticulatum (Gastropoda) population dynamics based on daily temperature and rainfall
  379. Speciation and solubility of Cu, Ni and Pb in contaminated soils
  380. Soils as carbon sinks: foreword
  381. Managing field margins for biodiversity and carbon sequestration: a Great Britain case study
  382. Soils as carbon sinks (Supplement to Soil Use and Management Vol. 20)
  383. Distribution of microbial biomass down soil profiles under regenerating woodland
  384. Insect behaviour and Bt crops
  385. Effects of reduced prey choice caused by GM plants on a predatory insect
  386. Optimisation of water use by plants
  387. Interactions between transgenic plants, the diamondback moth and natural enemies
  388. Gaeumannomyces graminis , the take-all fungus and its relatives
  389. Plant pathogen diagnostics: immunological and nucleic acid-based approaches
  390. Limonium gibertii mRNA for ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase large subunit (rbcL gene)
  391. Limonium gibertii partial mRNA for ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase small subunit (rbcS2 gene)
  392. Limonium gibertii partial mRNA for ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase small subunit (rbcS1 gene)
  393. Prospects for genetically modified crops
  394. The Arabidopsis F-box protein SLEEPY1 targets gibberellin signaling repressors for gibberellin-induced degradation
  395. DELLA proteins and gibberellin-regulated seed germination and floral development in Arabidopsis
  396. Kaurenolides and fujenoic acids are side products of the gibberellin P450-1 monooxygenase in Gibberella fujikuroi
  397. Update on gibberellin signaling. A tale of the tall and the short
  398. The NADPH-cytochrome P450 reductase gene from Gibberella fujikuroi is essential for gibberellin biosynthesis
  399. Biological and sequence analysis of a novel European isolate of Barley mild mosaic virus that overcomes the barley rym5 resistance gene
  400. Incidence and severity of damage caused by Meloidogyne spp. and isolation and screening of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia from some of the main vegetable growing areas in Kenya
  401. Improving resistance to drought and salinity in plants
  402. Isolation and expression pattern of two putative acyl-ACP desaturase cDNAs for Bassia scoparia
  403. Molecular cloning of plant genes conferring resistance to sap-sucking insects and nematodes (Final report to British Council)
  404. Eicosapentaenoic acid: biosynthesis routes and the potential for synthesis in transgenic plants
  405. Production of very long chain polyunsaturated omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in plants
  406. The extraction of enzymes from plant tissues rich in phenolic compounds
  407. Modelling leaf wetness duration during the rosette stage of oilseed rape
  408. Laboratory and field responses of the mosquito, Culex quinquefasciatus , to plant-derived Culex spp. oviposition pheromone and the oviposition cue skatole
  409. The role of semiochemicals in the avoidance of the seven-spot ladybird, Coccinella septempunctata , by the aphid parasitoid, Aphidius ervi
  410. Dissecting the tri-trophic interaction between Pochonia chlamydosporia , root-knot nematodes and their plant hosts
  411. Biological variation in Verticillium chlamydosporium isolated from different nematode hosts
  412. Genetic manipulation of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) synthesis in a commercial variety of evening primrose (Oenothera sp.)
  413. Variation in Pochonia chlamydosporia and its potential as a biological control agent for root-knot nematodes
  414. Application of Pochonia chlamydosporia in the integrated control of root-knot nematodes on organically grown vegetable crops in Cuba
  415. Identification of two sex pheromone components of the potato aphid, Macrosiphum euphorbiae (Thomas)
  416. Functional characterization of the Arabidopsis thaliana orthologue of Tsc13p, the enoyl reductase of the yeast microsomal fatty acid elongating system
  417. A post-genomic approach to understanding sphingolipid metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana
  418. Glucosinolate biosynthesis: demonstration and characterization of the condensing enzyme of the chain elongation cycle in Eruca sativa
  419. Orientation and feeding responses of the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus , to candytuft, Iberis amara
  420. Fungal molecular diagnostics of nematophagous fungi
  421. Investigation of three nematophagous fungi in two potato cyst nematode suppressive soils
  422. Research needs on the design, analysis and statistical powers of studies of the effects of agricultural practices on biodiversity
  423. Infection of plant-parasitic nematodes by nematophagous fungi - a review of the application of molecular biology to understand infection processes and to improve biological control
  424. Arsenic hyperaccumulation by Pteris vittata from arsenic contaminated soils and the effect of liming and phosphate fertilisation
  425. Development of a transformation system for the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  426. A new potyvirus for tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa) in China
  427. Can GMHT beet contribute to sustainable crop production in Europe?
  428. Foliar disease control update
  429. Physiological effects of fungicides provide yield benefits
  430. Irrigation: old stories and new
  431. Environmental impact of GM herbicide-tolerant crops: the UK Farm Scale Evaluations and proposal for mitigation
  432. Biotechnology: a modern approach for the advancement of the sugar beet crop
  433. Which seed treatment? An appraisal of two new insecticide treatments for sugar beet
  434. Beet and the environment
  435. Decision making in controlling virus yellows of sugar beet in the UK
  436. IIRB Congress 2004 - report
  437. Electropharyngeograms of pharyngeal pumping activity in six species of free-living nematodes
  438. Physiological and biochemical basis of behaviour
  439. Disease caused by a phytoplasma
  440. Herbicide resistant grassweeds: are you at risk? Technical factsheet funded by Defra and PSD
  441. The potential signalling pathways which regulate surface changes induced by phytohormones in the potato cyst nematode (Globodera rostochiensis )
  442. Tracking parasitoids at the farmland field scale using microsatellite markers
  443. Co-segregation analysis of cadmium and zinc accumulation in Thlaspi caerulescens interecotypic crosses
  444. MASTER - ein neues EU-Projekt zur Bedeutung der naturlichen Gegenspieler fur die biologische Kontrolle von Schadlingen im integrierten Rapsanbau in Europa
  445. Factors affecting concentrations of lead in British wheat and barley grain
  446. Assessment of the use of industrial by-products to remediate a copper- and arsenic-contaminated soil
  447. Evolution of sibling fungal plant pathogens in relation to host specialization
  448. Transgenic expression of epitope-tagged LMW glutenin subunits in durum wheat: effect on polymer size distribution and dough mixing properties
  449. Genetic manipulation of natural enemies: can we improve biological control by manipulating the parasitoid and/or the plant?
  450. The new plant virus family Flexiviridae and assessment of molecular criteria for species demarcation
  451. Identification of cadmium form in the cadmium hyperaccumulator, Thlaspi caerulescens
  452. Soil organic carbon results: information sheet sponsored by Rothamsted Research, ADAS, Cranfield University and GY Associates
  453. Temporal changes in abundance of insects of importance as bird food. Final report to English Nature
  454. Semiochemistry
  455. Who was...George Bowdler Buckton?
  456. Modelling seedling growth rates of 18 temperate arable weed species as a function of the environment and plant traits
  457. Position of inoculum in the canopy affects the risk of septoria tritici blotch epidemics in winter wheat
  458. Effect of temperature on latent period of septoria leaf blotch on winter wheat under outdoor conditions
  459. Using a correlated probit model approximation to estimate the variance for binary matched pairs
  460. Epidemiology of insect-transmitted plant viruses: modelling disease dynamics and control interventions
  461. The expression and processing of two recombinant 2S albumins from soybean (Glycine max ) in the yeast Pichia pastoris
  462. The role of ascorbic acid in defense networks and signaling in plants
  463. Intercellular distribution of glutathione synthesis in maize leaves and its response to short-term chilling
  464. Comparison of mitochondrial ascorbate peroxidase in the cultivated tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum , and its wild, salt-tolerant relative, L. pennellii - a role for matrix isoforms in protection against oxidative damage
  465. Use of recombinant peptides to explore the molecular mechanism of gluten protein viscoelasticity
  466. Expression of epitope-tagged LMW glutenin subunits in the starchy endosperm of transgenic wheat and their incorporation into glutenin polymers
  467. SNF1-related protein kinase (SnRK1) phosphorylates class I heat shock protein
  468. Protein extraction from plant tissues
  469. Structural studies of the allelic wheat glutenin subunits 1Bx7 and 1Bx20 by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry and high-performance liquid chromatography/electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
  470. Conjugation and transport of xenobiotics and natural products
  471. Relationships between fruit exocarp antioxidants in the tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum ) high pigment-1 mutant during development
  472. Use of mitochondrial electron transport mutants to evaluate the effects of redox state on photosynthesis, stress tolerance and the integration of carbon/nitrogen metabolism
  473. Preface to plant carbon-nitrogen interactions from rhizosphere to planet
  474. The use of biotechnology to study wheat endosperm development and improve grain quality
  475. The potential of biotechnology to produce novel gluten phenotypes
  476. Specificity of action of the wheat bug (Nysius huttoni ) proteinase
  477. The structural and biological relationships of cereal proteins involved in type I allergy
  478. Progress towards improving the drought tolerance of sugarbeet
  479. Kampf dem Trockenstress
  480. DNA methylation in insects
  481. Turnover of nitrogen-15-labeled fertilizer in old grassland
  482. Genetically-modified herbicide-tolerant crops: a European perspective with a United Kingdom emphasis
  483. Weed control in 2003 and comments for 2004
  484. Weed beet - the hidden menace
  485. The effect of Beet mild yellowing virus and Beet chlorosis virus on the yield of UK field-grown sugar beet in 1997, 1999 and 2000
  486. A review of pest problems in 2003: was there a sting in the tale?
  487. Rhizomania - update on the 2003 season
  488. Climatic impact on the productivity of sugarbeet in Europe
  489. Growth of beet in 2003
  490. Transgenic analysis of sugar beet xyloglucan endo-transglucosylase/hydrolase Bv-XTH1 and Bv-XTH2 promoters reveals overlapping tissue-specific and wound-inducible expression profiles
  491. Good seed on the land?
  492. Resistance in Myzus persicae : MACE returns?
  493. Ban on triazine herbicides likely to reduce but not negate relative benefits of GMHT maize cropping
  494. Letter to the Clerk of the Committee from Professor J N Perry, Plant and Invertebrate Ecology Division, Rothamsted Research
  495. The fifteen towers: recent trends in aphid migration
  496. Antifeedant compounds from three species of Apiaceae active against the field slug, Deroceras reticulatum (Muller)
  497. Feeding responses of carabid beetles to dimethoate- contaminated prey
  498. The ecology and population genetics of the blue and brassy willow beetles (Phyllodecta (=Phratora) vulgatissima L.) and P. vitellinae L. on United Kingdom willow (Salix ) plantations
  499. Providing a framework for improved management of weeds in arable systems - WMSS
  500. Economies in nematode management from precision agriculture - limitations and possibilities
  501. Effects of Bt plants on the development and survival of the parasitoid Cotesia plutellae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in susceptible and Bt-resistant larvae of the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae)
  502. Guest editorial - agriculture and food 23 March 2004
  503. Double-jump migration and diffusive instability
  504. Investigating resistance to Barley mild mosaic virus
  505. Plant food allergens
  506. The role of common properties in determining plant food protein allergenicity
  507. The 2S albumin proteins
  508. The classification, functions and evolutionary relationships of plant proteins in relation to food allergies
  509. Foreword to Celia F. Davis The honey bee inside out
  510. Biological control of nematodes
  511. Do pollen beetles need pollen? The effect of pollen on oviposition, survival and development of a flower-feeding herbivore
  512. Improving crop profitability by using minimum cultivation and exploiting grass-weed ecology
  513. Cross-species amplification of microsatellite loci in aphids: assessment and application
  514. Defining leaf traits linked to yield in short-rotation coppice Salix
  515. Effects of cultivation method and crop debris on wheat stem-base diseases and take-all
  516. The biocontrol fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia shows nematode host preference at the infraspecific level
  517. A virus related to Soybean mosaic virus from Pinellia ternata in China and its comparison with local soybean SMV isolates
  518. Sustainable management of potassium
  519. Soil acidity - resilience and thresholds
  520. Wavelets and the generalization of the variogram
  521. Wielding the MACE: recent events regarding resistance and the peach potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  522. Initiation of fungal epizootics in diamondback moth populations within a large field cage: proof of concept for auto-dissemination
  523. A new method for the determination of the 34S/32S ratio of water-soluble sulphur in soil
  524. Paraquat and sustainable agriculture
  525. An aerial netting study of insects migrating at high altitude over England
  526. A comparative study of interspecies mating of Phratora vulgatissima and P. vitellinae using behavioural tests and molecular markers
  527. A new insecticidal protolimonoid from Aegle marmelos
  528. Strategies optimales pour le deploiement de varietes resistantes: modelisation analytique de la durabilite de la resistance
  529. Measuring soil microbial biomass
  530. Predicting cadmium concentrations in wheat and barley grain using soil properties
  531. "Plus-C" odorant-binding protein genes in two Drosophila species and the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae
  532. Revisiting the odorant-binding protein LUSH of Drosophila melanogaster : evidence for odour recognition and discrimination
  533. Research priorities for conservation of metallophyte biodiversity and their potential for restoration and site remediation
  534. Early responses of resistant and susceptible potato roots during invasion by the potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis
  535. Detection and classification of allexiviruses from garlic in China
  536. Occurrence of barley yellow dwarf virus in autumn-sown cereal crops in the United Kingdom in relation to field characteristics
  537. GM herbicide (letter)
  538. Timing of weed management and yield losses due to weeds in irrigated rice in the Sahel
  539. Copper uptake by Elsholtzia splendens and Silene vulgaris and assessment of copper phytoavailablilty in contaminated soils
  540. Modifying FoE GM mistakes
  541. Enhanced dissipation of chrysene in planted soil: the impact of rhizobial inoculum
  542. Highly conserved protein kinases involved in the regulation of carbon and amino acid metabolism
  543. Genetic modification of photosynthesis with E. coli genes for trehalose synthesis
  544. Butterflies and GM doom
  545. Assessment of aphid host range and isolate variability in Pandora neoaphidis (Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales)
  546. Sir Otto Frankel (1900-1998)
  547. Nitrogen flows on farms with an extended grazing management system
  548. Lupins in sustainable agriculture
  549. Amino acids as diagnostics of soil and soil water quality
  550. Investigation of the routes by which pathogens associated with livestock slurries and manure may be transferred from the farm to the wider environment
  551. Cost curve of nitrate mitigation options
  552. Interaction of nitrogen pollutants at the landscape level and abatement strategies
  553. Influence of climate change on grassland sustainability
  554. PSYCHIC NGAUGEd to predict dairy futures
  555. Vegetation of the chalk dales of the Warter Estate. Report prepared for Andrew M Jackson, Solicitors, Hull
  556. Revegetation of derelict land affected by open-cast coal extraction. A review of scientific literature and other information compiled by IGER for the Scottish Coal Company Ltd, April 2004
  557. The effects of using Doxstar and Squire on a grass-white clover sward
  558. The effects of using Doxstar and Squire on a grass-white clover sward
  559. The effects of using Doxstar and Squire on a grass-white clover sward, 2003 results
  560. The effects of herbicidal control of creeping thistle on herbage production
  561. Progress report for Bayer CropScience on field experiments on the effects of herbicidal control using Squire and other dock control herbicides carried out by IGER North Wyke in 2004
  562. Report for Bayer CropScience on field experiments on the effects of herbicidal control using Squire and other dock control herbicides carried out by IGER North Wyke in 2003
  563. Climate change and grassland
  564. Treat lotus like clover
  565. Early action can help to cope with climate change
  566. Farmers forecast future
  567. Control of dock (Rumex obtusifolius ) in grassland can help improve the efficiency of fertilizer-N use
  568. LEGGRAZE: low-input animal production based on forage legumes for grazing systems-legume performance during the first grazing season at four different sites in Europe
  569. Manure management and the environment
  570. Trends in nitrogen use in agriculture
  571. Potential for enhancing biodiversity on intensive livestock farms (BD1444)
  572. Extensive grazing of semi-improved grassland to enhance faunal biodiversity (BD1445)
  573. Influence of livestock experience and breed on foraging behaviour in unimproved grasslands and impact on biodiversity (BD1443)
  574. Ecologically sustainable grazing management of lowland unimproved neutral grassland and its effect on livestock performance (BD1440)
  575. Managements to achieve botanical diversification of improved grassland by natural recolonisation (BD1452)
  576. Sustainable livestock systems to conserve key purple moor grass/rush pasture species (BD1318)
  577. The impact of organic fertilisers on semi-natural grasslands (BD1415)
  578. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: 4. short term effects on vegetation
  579. Can sheep learn to minimise the length of their foraging path?
  580. The impact of long-term nitrogen fertiliser management regime on nitrifier diversity and nitrification kinetics in grassland soils
  581. Developments in grazing studies [Novedades en el estudio del pastoreo]
  582. Effect of allowance and timing of grazing session on dairy cows grazing permanent pasture
  583. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: 3. agronomic potential
  584. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: 6. socio-economic impacts
  585. Application and development of a UK nitrous oxide emission model
  586. Impacts of climate change on the agricultural industry: a review of research outputs from DEFRA's CC03 and related research programmes
  587. Organic farmers' day focuses on maintaining soil fertility
  588. Impact of calcium on struvite crystal size, shape and purity
  589. Investigating additives for controlling odour from stored centrifuged digested sludge (biosolids)
  590. Controlling odour from stored centrifuged digested sludge (biosolids)
  591. Design of grass-based systems for soil stabilisation in the Sudan - a feasibility study. Report of a visit to the Sudan, 2-8 March 2004
  592. Effects of solid manure incorporation methodson NH3 and N2O emissions
  593. Tale of two catchments: monitoring phosphorus transfer from agricultural grasslands to first order streams (data from 2002)
  594. Novel legume trials
  595. Experiments to determine N accumulation under fertility building crops
  596. Measurement of N accumulation under legumes and subsequent supply to crops on selected organic farms
  597. Field experiments to determine N accumulation under fertility building crops
  598. Modelling and measurement of ammonia emissions from ammonia mitigation pilot farms
  599. Factors affecting nitrogen fixation by red clover
  600. The supply of nitrogen from fertility building crops: results from monitoring of twelve organic farms
  601. Novel legumes
  602. Ammonia emissions from irrigation of dilute pig slurries
  603. Modelling nitrogen fluxes at the landscape scale
  604. The release of nitrous oxide from the intertidal zones of two European estuaries in response to increased ammonium and nitrate loading
  605. Moving forward with sound scientific base
  606. A model to simulate the effects of different dietary strategies on the sustainability of a dairy farm
  607. Modelling nitrogen fluxes at the landscape scale (doi 10.1017/S0021859604004253)
  608. Use of the NGAUGE DSS for analysis of options for compliance with NVZ legislation on UK dairy farms (doi 10.1017/S0021859604004253)
  609. Dynamics of a pasture soil microbial community after deposition of cattle urine amended with 13C urea
  610. UK greenhouse gas inventory, 1990 to 2002
  611. Scoping the potential of farm ponds to provide environmental benefits
  612. Publication of outputs arising from DEFRA CC03 and related programmes
  613. Factors affecting potassium leaching in different soils
  614. On-farm quick tests for manure
  615. Distinguishing of N2O emitted from soils from nitrification and denitrification using dual (delta15N and delta18O) isotopes and isotopomer (delta15Na and delta15Nb)
  616. Using natural abundance delta13C to investigate dung carbon input to soils and soil microbial population dynamics
  617. Using 13C natural abundance to separate three soil CO2 efflux sources and to quantify priming effect mechanisms
  618. Greenhouse gas mitigation for organic and conventional dairy production (MIDAIR)
  619. Agronomic and nutritional qualities of grazed grass varieties: development of breeding tools and a new rapid-screening methodology
  620. Influence of livestock experience and breed on foraging behaviour in unimproved grasslands and impact on biodiversity
  621. Updating the inventories of ammonia, nitrous oxide and methane from UK agriculture for the years 2002-2005
  622. Managements to achieve botanical diversification of improved grassland by natural recolonisation (NATREC)
  623. Using solid manures
  624. Diet preference of lactating sarda ewes for annual ryegrass and sulla
  625. Grassland management practices and the diversity of soil nematode communities
  626. Host location by larvae of Sitona lepidus
  627. Insect root herbivores, plants and microbes
  628. Focus on IGER North Wyke
  629. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: 5. short-term effects on fauna
  630. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: 2. grazing behaviour and diet selection
  631. Improving the sustainability of milk production systems in Europe through increasing reliance on grazed pasture
  632. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: 1. Project description and synthesis of results
  633. Sward height distribution and temporal stability on a continuously stocked, botanically diverse pasture
  634. Optimising best practice for N management in livestock systems: meeting production and environmental targets
  635. MAST - a model of ammonia volatilisation with an examination of abatement strategies for a dairy farm
  636. UK-DNDC: a mechanistic model to estimate N2O fluxes in the UK
  637. NGAUGE: a decision support system to optimise N fertilisation of UK grassland for economic and/or environmental goals
  638. Dairy production using an extended grazing management system - a preliminary assessment of nitrogen flows
  639. Indicators for environmental and economic sustainability on UK dairy farms
  640. Reconciling productivity with environmental considerations
  641. NGAUGE DSS as a tool to assist UK dairy farmers to comply with EU nitrate legislation
  642. Nitrogen concentrations in an intensively farmed livestock catchment
  643. Nitrogen losses during storage and following the land spreading of poultry manure
  644. Urea concentration affects short-term N turnover and N2O production in grassland soil
  645. The impact of organic fertilizers on semi-natural grasslands
  646. Impact of nutrition and management on N and P excretion by dairy cows
  647. Foreword
  648. The Herbage Intake Handbook
  649. Ingestive behaviour
  650. The effect of agricultural ammonia deposition on nitrous oxide production by soils under coniferous and deciduous woodland cover
  651. Influence of white clover on nitrous oxide fluxes in grassland
  652. Reducing losses of nitrous oxide from cattle slurry and mineral fertiliser applied to grassland by the use of DMPP
  653. The Irish ammonia emission inventory - implications for compliance with the Gothenburg Protocol
  654. Influence of urinary N concentration on N20 and CO2 emissions and N transformation in a temperate grassland soil
  655. The turnover of organic manure using natural 13C abundance
  656. Development of a decision support tool for global diffuse nitrogen pollution assessment
  657. Greenhouse gas emission from organic and conventional farming systems and options for mitigation
  658. Pathogen export from grassland systems
  659. The impacts of individual plant species on rhizosphere microbial communities in soils of different fertility
  660. Host plant recognition by the root feeding clover weevil, Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera Curculionidae)
  661. Cost curve assessment of phosphorus mitigation options relevant to UK agriculture
  662. Evaluation of targeted or additional straw use as a means of reducing ammonia emissions from buildings for housing cattle and pigs
  663. A conceptual model for the characterisation of diffuse pollutants
  664. Distinguishing sources of N2O in European grasslands by stable isotope analysis
  665. Emissions of ammonia and nitrous oxide following incorporation into the soil of farmyard manures stored at different densities
  666. Measurement of pathogen transfer in aerosols following land application of manure
  667. Quantifying odour emission from composting
  668. Nitrogen and phosporus excretion by UK dairy cows
  669. Soil fertility building crops in organic farming
  670. A simple process based model for estimating ammonia emissions from fertiliser applications to agricultural land
  671. Bite dimensions and grazing movements by sheep and cattle grazing homogeneous perennial ryegrass swards (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.applanim.2004.03.006)
  672. Nitrous oxide, methane and ammonia emissions following slurry spreading on grassland
  673. Nitrous oxide emissions from grazed grassland: effects of cattle management and soil conditions
  674. Quantitative effects of high-C additives on GHG emissions from farmyard manure
  675. Research to explore the potential of Lotus
  676. Nitrous oxide emissions from organic and conventional crop rotations in Europe
  677. Greenhouse gas emission reduction measures and technologies
  678. Organic Farming: Science and practice for profitable livestock and cropping
  679. A new approach to measuring and indexing soil quality
  680. Temporal variability in phosphorus transfers: classifying concentration-discharge event dynamics
  681. Diet preference in free-ranging ruminants: Current theory and future application
  682. Practical agricultural benefits from phosphorus and nitrate programmes
  683. Practical ammonia abatement?
  684. Blueprints for sustainable dairy farming
  685. Slurry irrigation systems to reduce ammonia emissions.
  686. Potential for enhancing biodiversity on intensive livestock farms
  687. Climate change
  688. Phosphate-selective electrodes containing immobilised ionophores
  689. Optimising nutrient budgets for livestock systems based on alternative forage crops
  690. Modelling and measurement of ammonia emissions from ammonia mitigation farms
  691. Ecologically sustainable grazing management of lowland unimproved neutral grassland and its effect on livestock performance
  692. Extensive grazing of semi-improved grassland to enhance faunal biodiversity
  693. Effects of grassland renovation on crop and animal performance
  694. Effects of grassland renovation on N and C cycles and soil quality dynamics
  695. Productivity and nutrient composition of multi-species swards
  696. Forage production and persistency from Lotus based swards under organic management
  697. Forage production and persistency from Lotus -based swards under low-input management
  698. The potential of NH3, N2O and CH4 measurements following the 2001 outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease to reduce the uncertainties in agriculture emissions abatement. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2004.02.006)
  699. Using natural 13C abundances to differentiate between three CO2 sources during incubation of a grassland soil amended with slurry and sugar
  700. Use of a 2-pool model to evaluate the effect of fertiliser application on nitrogen emissions from grassland soils
  701. Prediction of N offtake in resown grassland based on temperature and soil chemical and physical characteristics
  702. Ammonium-N losses from agriculture
  703. A model-based evaluation of options for the mitigation of agricultural nitrous oxide emission
  704. Controlling nitrogen flows and losses
  705. Nitrogen balances over 7 years on a mixed farm in the Cotswolds
  706. Long term changes in the distribution and delta15N values of individual soil amino acids in the absence of vegetation and fertilizer
  707. Impact of eprinomectin on grazing behaviour and performance in dairy cattle with sub-clinical gastrointestinal nematode infections under continuous stocking management
  708. Testing solutions in grass dominated landscape - a review of current research
  709. The effects of nutrient losses from agriculture on ground and surface water quality: the position of science in developing indicators for regulation
  710. Swards and structure: the interactions between farming practices and bird food resources in lowland grasslands
  711. Odour monitoring within waste management
  712. Emissions of volatile organic compounds originating from UK livestock agriculture
  713. A model-based evaluation of options for the mitigation of agricultural nitrous oxide emission
  714. Clear-cutting of a Norway spruce stand: implications for controls on the dynamics of dissolved organic matter in the forest floor
  715. Short-term N2O, CO2, NH3 fluxes, and N/C transfers in a Danish grass-clover pasture after simulated urine deposition in autumn
  716. Influence of flooding on delta15N, delta18O, 1delta15N and 2delta15N signatures of N2O released from estuarine soils - a laboratory experiment using tidal flooding chambers
  717. Role of aggregate surface and core fraction in the sequestration of carbon from dung in a temperate grassland soil
  718. Field experiments to determine N accumulation under fertility building crops
  719. Determination of N source in denitrification studies using stable isotope techniques
  720. British-based search for natural enemies of the clover root weevil, Sitona lepidus , in Europe
  721. Impacts of elevated CO2 and temperature on plant community structure of a temperate grassland are moderated by cutting frequency
  722. Increased emissions of nitric oxide and nitrous oxide following tillage of a perennial pasture
  723. Transformations of nitrogen at the interface between the topsoil and an impervious clay subsoil
  724. Short-term sequestration of slurry-derived carbon into particle size fractions of a temperate grassland soil
  725. Foraging behaviour of sheep rotationally grazing annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaudin)
  726. Denitrification potential in a grassland subsoil: effect of carbon substrates
  727. A mass-flow model of ammonia emissions from UK livestock production
  728. Effect of turning regime on nitrogen and phosphorus losses during aerobic composting of cattle manure
  729. Nitrogen emissions from soils
  730. Grazing legumes in Europe: a review of their status, management, benefits, research needs and future prospects
  731. Assessment of the nitrogen status of grassland
  732. Relationships between morphological and chemical characteristics of perennial ryegrass varieties and intake by sheep under continuous stocking management
  733. The effect of the spatial scale of heterogeneity of two herbage species on the grazing behaviour of lactating sheep
  734. Effects of biotic and abiotic stress on the growth of three genotypes of Lolium perenne with and without infection by the fungal endophyte Neotyphodium lolii
  735. Background and elevated phosphorus release from terrestrial environments
  736. Analysis of climatic risk for cattle and buffalo production in North East Thailand
  737. Dietary preference of dairy cows grazing ryegrass and white clover.
  738. Matching type of grazing animal to desired biodiversity outcomes - a review
  739. Changes in ingestive behaviour of yearling dairy heifers due to changes in sward state during grazing down of rotationally-stocked ryegrass or white clover pastures (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.applanim.2004.01.009)
  740. Phosphorus recovery from unprocessed biosolids
  741. Spatial structure in soil chemical and microbiological properties in an upland grassland
  742. Assessing shifts in microbial community structure across a range of grasslands of differing management intensity using CLPP, PLFA and community DNA techniques
  743. Dietary preference of dairy heifers grazing ryegrass and white clover, with and without an anti-bloat treatment
  744. Dynamics of potassium leaching on a hillside grassland soil
  745. Effect of defoliation on patterns of carbon exudation from Agrostis capillaris
  746. Impact of Tipula paludosa larvae on plant growth and the soil microbial community
  747. Statistical considerations in the design of herbage intake studies