1. Development of ‘RL Plus’: winter wheat variety performance in relation to site characteristics (HGCA Project Report No. 365)
  2. The effects of fish oil supplementation on rumen metabolism and the biohydrogenation of unsaturated fatty acids in beef steers given diets containing sunflower oil
  3. Novel Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent EP 1576166 A2)
  4. Semiochemical (Patent US 2005/0147635 A1)
  5. Desaturase Genes And Their Use (Patent US 6897050 B1)
  6. Semiochemical (Patent US 6890525 B2)
  7. Delta 6 Desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent US 2005/0089865 A1)
  8. Elongase Gene And Production Of Delta9-polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent US 2005/0089981 A1)
  9. Cis-jasmone As Semiochemical (Patent EP 1235483 B1)
  10. Phenylacetic acid-producing rhizoctonia solani represses the biosynthesis of nematicidal compounds in vitro and influences biocontrol of meloidogyne incognita in tomato by pseudomonas fluorescens strain cha0 and its gm derivatives
  11. Phosphorus nutrition of arable crops
  12. Interactions between nematodes and microorganisms: Bridging ecological and molecular approaches
  13. A Novel Dwarfing Mutation in a Green Revolution Gene from Brassica rapa
  14. Text mining - from technology to biotechnology applications
  15. The production of very-long-chain PUFA biosynthesis in transgenic plants: towards a sustainable source of fish oils
  16. Joint modelling of competition and spatial variability in forest field trials
  17. Functional diversity within the UK arable weed flora
  18. Using cell lineage tagging to decipher early differentiation and development in wheat endosperm
  19. Optimisation of water use by plants in the Mediterranean (OPTIMISE)
  20. Proceedings of the Workshop on Improving Water Use Efficiency in Mediterranean Agriculture (WUEMED): What Limits the Adoption of New Technologies?, Rome, 29-30 September 2005
  21. Diagnosing nitrogen status of wheat cultivars for yield and quality
  22. Resistance to conventional and novel insecticides in the glasshouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum
  23. Can simple experimental electronics simulate the dispersal phase of spider ballooners?
  24. Integrated control of wheat blossom midge: variety choice, use of pheromone traps and treatment thresholds. HGCA Project Report No. 363
  25. Development of a pheromone trap for monitoring the orange wheat blossom midge (Sitodiplosis mosellana)
  26. Avoidance of intraguild predators by parasitoids: chemical mechanisms, behaviour and field evaluation
  27. Use of 'Temporal Synergism' to overcome insecticide resistance
  28. Do roads and hedges influence patterns of pollinator foraging movement and consequent plant gene flow in a UK agricultural landscape?
  29. The spatial dynamics of pollen beetles in relation to inflorescence growth stage of oilseed rape: implications for trap crop strategies
  30. The separation of two hymenopteran parasitoids, Tersilochus obscurator and Tersilochus microgaster (Ichneumonidae), of stem-mining pests of winter oilseed rape using DNA, morphometric and ecological data
  31. Extraction of biological interaction networks from scientific literature
  32. Chickpea wilt: identification and toxicity of 8-0 -methyl-fusarubin from Fusarium acutatum
  33. Identification of elements affecting the feedback regulation of gibberellin 20-oxidase 1 in Arabidopsis thaliana
  34. A comparison of nitrate transport in four different rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars
  35. Bioinformatic and molecular genetic tools for identifying genes involved in the pathogenicity of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  36. Bioinformatic and molecular genetic tools for identifying genes involved in the pathogenicity of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  37. The functional analysis of infection structure formation by Oculomacula species, the eyespot pathogen of cereals
  38. Genetic manipulation of durum wheat: application to grain composition and quality
  39. The potassium requirements of modern UK sugar beet crops and use of factory data to improve on the use of potassium fertilisers
  40. Deteccao imunologica do nematode da Madeira do pinheiro, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
  41. Assessing predictive skill of models to optimise crop management and design. Final report on Defra project AR0909
  42. Plant disease detection based on data fusion of hyper-spectral and multi-spectral fluorescence imaging using Kohonen maps
  43. Real-time PCR to monitor and assess the efficacy of two types of inoculum of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata against root-knot nematode populations in the field
  44. Physical organization of the major duplication on Brassica oleracea chromosome O6 revealed through fluorescence in situ hybridization with Arabidopsis and Brassica BAC probes
  45. The transcription-associated proteins of Fusarium graminearum identified by sequence clustering and profile analyses
  46. Insect host location: a volatile situation
  47. cis -Jasmone as an allelopathic agent through plant defence induction
  48. Gibberellin metabolism and signaling
  49. Factors affecting cross-pollination in oilseed rape varieties, particularly of low male fertility, growing under typical UK conditions. 3rd Annual report for period 1 November 2004 to 31 October 2005 on project RG0125 sponsored by Defra and SEERAD
  50. Spatial modelling of Bombus terrestris and Bombus pascuorum populations in agricultural landscapes. Final report to BBSRC on grants D16963, D16964 and D16965
  51. Microarray transcription profiling provides insights into metabolic regulation and stress adaptation during infection of wheat by the Septoria leaf blotch pathogen, Mycosphaerella graminicola
  52. Spatial modelling of Bombus terrestris and Bombus pascuorum populations in agricultural landscapes. Final report to BBSRC on grant number D16964
  53. QoI resistance in cereal pathogens: the European experience
  54. Testing an experimental fungicide for in vitro activity against Mycosphaerella graminicola (anamorph Septoria tritici ) (Confidential report for Cropsolution Inc)
  55. Metagenomic marine nitrogen fixation - feast or famine?
  56. Identification, morphology and biology of plant parasitic nematodes
  57. Interactions between Zoophthora radicans and Pandora blunkii isolates in Plutella xylostella populations
  58. Impact of anti-microbial GM plants on soil microbial populations
  59. Exploring appressorial formation in the biotrophic cereal fungus powdery mildew
  60. The role of ascospores in further spread of QoI-resistant cytochrome b alleles (G143A) in field populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola
  61. QoI resistance in Mycosphaerella graminicola : role of inoculum, effect of different anti-resistance strategies and current status in the UK
  62. Resistance development to QoI inhibitors in populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola in the UK
  63. Stem canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy durable resistance
  64. Molecular examination of Septoria tritici isolates with reduced sensitivities to triazoles
  65. Amino acid alterations in CYP51 contribute toward reduced triazole sensitivities in a UK field population of Mycosphaerella graminicola
  66. Parameterizations of Lagrangian spin statistics and particle dispersion in the presence of coherent vortices
  67. Interactions between Spodoptera frugiperda and two of its natural enemies on conventional and Bt maize hybrids
  68. Estabilidad de la cepa IMI SD: 187 de Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata (Kamyschko ex Barron y Onions) Zare y W. Gams. Parte II. Indicatores bioquimicos
  69. Pratylenchus jordanensis is a junior synonym of P. zeae
  70. Response of organically managed grassland to available phosphorus and potassium in the soil and supplementary fertilization: field trials using grass-clover leys cut for silage
  71. Estabilidad de la cepa IMI SD 187 de Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata (Kamyschko ex Barron y Onions) Zare y W. Gams. Parte 1. Indicatores morfologicos, productivos y patogenicos
  72. Assurance and control quality for the production of Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata [Aseguramiento y control de calidad en la produccion de Pochonia chlamydospori var. catenulata ]
  73. Nacobbus aberrans : variation and its impact upon management strategy [Nacobbus aberrans : variacion y su impacto en estrategia de manejo]
  74. Presente y futuro perspectivas en la investigacion del genero Nacobbus
  75. Causes of differences in response of plant species to nitrogen supply and the ecological consequences
  76. Pochonia chlamydosporia a biological control agent for use against root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) in intensive vegetable production
  77. Specificity of diatom Rubisco
  78. Molecular and cellular characterisation of N-use efficiency genes
  79. StEm Canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy dUrable Resistance (SECURE). Third interim annual report for period 1 September 2004-31 August 2005 on EU contract QLK5-CT-2002-01813
  80. Novel method to investigate spatiotemporal trends in bacterial communities in the rhizosphere
  81. Assessing lead-time for predicting wheat growth using a crop simulation model
  82. Transcripts of Vp-1 homoeologues are alternatively spliced within the Triticeae tribe
  83. Growth zone of barley leaf possesses intrinsic water and ion transport properties
  84. The assessment of point and diffuse metal pollution of soils from an urban geochemical survey of Sheffield, England
  85. A two component high affinity nitrate uptake system in arabidopsis
  86. Managing herbicide-resistant rye-grass
  87. The effect of glutamine on the cytosolic nitrate pools of barley roots
  88. K+ inward-rectifying shaker-type channel in barley leaf potentially involved in leaf growth
  89. Interfacial properties of sunflower storage proteins
  90. The role of large-scale spatially explicit and small-scale localized processes on the population dynamics of cereal aphids
  91. Efficacy and selectivity of glyphosate and glufosinate in genetically modified sugar beet
  92. High proportion of Myzus persicae on potatoes in New Zealand with insecticide resistance mechanisms
  93. Resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus (oilseed rape) leaves (phoma leaf spot) and stems (canker)
  94. An evaluation of types of attractants enabling plant-parasitic nematodes to locate plant roots
  95. Carbon metabolite sensing and signalling: the role of the trehalose pathway
  96. The trehalose pathway: an important regulator of photosynthetic leaf development
  97. Effects of temperature on Rlm6 -mediated resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus
  98. Resistencia de la mosca blanca a los insecticidas, Bemisia tabaci y Trialeuroides vaporariorum
  99. Glutathione
  100. Attachment and specificity of Pasteuria penetrans to nematodes: the role of collagen
  101. A potential role for collagen in the attachment of Pasteuria penetrans to nematode cuticle
  102. Molecular mechanisms correlated with changes in triazole sensitivity in isolates of Mycosphaerella graminicola
  103. The use of PCR methods for Polymyxa graminis to study intraspecific variation, phylogeny and inoculum levels
  104. Comparison of the sensitivity and specificity of serological and molecular techniques for the detection of plant viruses
  105. Occurrence and significance of the temperate ribotypes of Polymyxa graminis
  106. Meeting the changing communication requirements of the UK beet industry
  107. Foraging behaviour of Coccinella septempunctata (L.): volatiles and allelobiosis
  108. An update on the persistence of seeds from crops of conventional and herbicide tolerant oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  109. Climate change, non-point pollution and land use: modelling interactions (End of Award report to ESRC on Rural Economy and Land Use Programme project RES 224 25 0002)
  110. The umb 1 mutant of Arabidopsis provides evidence for a role of BIG protein in metabolism and nutrient signalling
  111. Methods for studying population structure, including sensitivity to the fungicide silthiofam, of the cereal take-all fungus, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici
  112. Use of risk prediction models for integrated control of diseases of oilseed rape in the UK
  113. Pochonia chlamydosporia biotypes are stable in continuous production systems
  114. A taxonomic review of the fungally-transmitted viruses
  115. Plant virus taxonomy: some current issues
  116. Estimation of genetic parameters
  117. The analysis of crop cultivar breeding and evaluation trials: an overview of current mixed model approaches
  118. Physiological adaptation of a fungal plant pathogen to its host environment revealed through microarray transcription profiling
  119. OPTIWHEAT - Improving the yield stability of durum wheat under Mediterranean conditions
  120. Environmental and ecological aspects of CO2 assimilation
  121. Pattern recognition based prediction of ligand-specific function of membrane proteins irrespective of sequence similarity
  122. The development of Pochonia chlamydosporia as a biological control agent for Meloidogyne spp
  123. Microbes as biological control agents for nematode pests
  124. Short circuiting photorespiration
  125. New approaches for durable disease resistance in wheat
  126. Rubisco adapts to low chloroplastic CO2 concentration by increasing its specificity
  127. Adaptation and acclimation of Rubisco specificity to drought: ecological significance and a possible key for genetic improvement of crop production
  128. Diversity and dynamics of microbial enemies to nematodes in a coastal sand dune
  129. Population dynamics of nematodes in a natural system
  130. Microbial enemies of plant-parasitic nematodes in a natural system
  131. Using cDNA microarrays to profile the response of Mycosphaerella graminicola to triazole fungicides
  132. Comparison of agronomic, morpho-physiological traits and grain yield for a panel of durum and bread wheat under water-limited conditions
  133. Metabolism of CA1P
  134. Make or break: metabolism of the rubisco inhibitor, CA1P
  135. Use of the DPV sequence database for high-throughput analyses of plant virus sequences for taxonomic and other purposes
  136. Metabolic and stress adaptation by Mycosphaerella graminicola during sporulation in its host revealed through microarray transcription profiling
  137. BBRO Plant Clinic - findings from the 2005 crop samples
  138. VY resistant sugar beet: a future alternative means to combat the disease?
  139. Preliminary investigations into the interactions between Beet mild yellowing virus (BMYV) and Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) in susceptible and rhizomania-resistant varieties
  140. Benchmarking growers' performance using a crop growth model
  141. Forecasting virus yellows incidence in sugar beet - the post-Gaucho era
  142. Rhizomania - an update on the current position
  143. Can GMHT beet contribute to sustainable crop production in Europe?
  144. Foreword
  145. Meeting the changing communication requirements of the UK beet industry
  146. Prospects for crop production under drought: research priorities and future directions
  147. Water use efficiency in sugar beet and environmental implications
  148. Beat the weed: early bolting and flowering control research in full bloom
  149. Management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet for spring and autumn environmental benefit (Previously published in Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B (2005) 273, 111-119)
  150. Options for further improving the environmental impact of sugar beet crops
  151. Immunolocalisation of secreted-excreted products of Meloidogyne spp. using polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies
  152. Soil properties and pedometrics
  153. Soil organic matter: its importance in sustainable agricultural systems (Proceedings International Fertiliser Society No 565)
  154. Beet as a potential biofuel feedstock
  155. Transcriptome analysis of wheat responses to sulfur nutrition
  156. Sulfur transport and assimilation in plants in the postgenomic era
  157. A highly specific sulfate-deficiency induced gene (sdi1) from wheat
  158. Compatibility of neonicotinoid seed treatments with carbamate granules in sugar beet
  159. Microarray analysis of wheat grain transcriptome under nitrogen and sulphur deficiency
  160. Understanding the regulation of sulfur nutrition - from sulfate transporter genes to the field
  161. A novel approach to the use of genetically modified herbicide tolerant crops for environmental benefit (Reprinted from Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B (2003) 270, 335-340)
  162. Interaction of neonicotinoid seed treatments with lenacil herbicide applied to sugar beet
  163. Neonicotinoid seed treatments - the panacea for most pest problems in sugar beet
  164. Anticipating and combating the threat of resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides in aphids
  165. Segmental duplications and intragenic expansion mould the RPP7 resistance gene cluster
  166. Functional evaluation of plant defence signalling against fusarium ear blight disease in arabidopsis
  167. Bayesian statistical approaches to modelling Pasteuria -root- knot nematode interactions
  168. Influence of the aphid pathogen Pandora neoaphidis on the foraging behaviour of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi
  169. Fungicides for the control of foliar diseases in sugar beet: fungicidal and physiological effects
  170. DPVweb: an open access internet resource on plant viruses and virus diseases
  171. Differences in the molecular basis of resistance to the cyclohexanedione herbicide sethoxydim in Lolium multiflorum
  172. Modification of the low molecular weight (LMW) glutenin composition of transgenic durum wheat: effects on glutenin polymer size and gluten functionality
  173. Estimation of quantitative genetic parameters
  174. Comparison of haloacetic acids in the environment of the northern and southern hemispheres
  175. Development of a maternal breeding goal and tools to select for this goal in UK beef production
  176. Microelectrode and 133Cs nuclear magnetic resonance evidence for variable cytosolic and cytoplasmic nitrate pools in maize root tips
  177. Adaptation of photosynthesis in marama bean Tylosema esculentum (Burchell A. Schreiber) to a high temperature, high radiation, drought-prone environment
  178. Restoration of gibberellin production in Fusarium proliferatum by functional complementation of enzymatic blocks
  179. Multi-scale variability of beach profiles at Duck: a wavelet analysis
  180. Purification and kinetic studies of recombinant gibberellin dioxygenases
  181. Spatial analysis of categorical soil variables with the wavelet transform
  182. Structural analysis of divalent metals binding to the Bacillus subtilis response regulator Spo0F: the possibility for in vitro metalloregulation in the initiation of sporulation
  183. Relationships between water-use traits and photosynthesis in Brassica oleracea resolved by quantitative genetic analysis
  184. Mitochondria-driven changes in leaf NAD status exert a crucial influence on the control of nitrate assimilation and the integration of carbon and nitrogen metabolism
  185. Acetylcholinesterase genes and insecticide resistance in aphids
  186. First report of the association of phytoplasmas with plant diseases in the territory of Wallis and Futuna
  187. Transcriptomics and proteomics: tools for optimising phytoremediation activities
  188. Evidence of diversity within the SnRK1b gene family of Hordeum species
  189. The natural abundance of 13C, 15N, 34S and 14C in archived (1923-2000) plant and soil samples from the Askov long-term experiments on animal manure and mineral fertilizer
  190. Behavioural manipulation in a grasshopper harbouring hairworm: a proteomics approach
  191. Transgenic wheat: where do we stand after the first 12 years?
  192. (1S,3S,7R)-3-methyl-alpha-himachalene from the male sandfly Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae) induces neurophysiological responses and attracts both males and females
  193. The genomic organization of retrotransposons in Brassica oleracea
  194. Salicylic acid and H2O2 function by independent pathways in the induction of freezing tolerance in potato
  195. Ascorbic acid deficiency activates cell death and disease resistance responses in Arabidopsis
  196. Response of economically important aphids to components of Hemizygia petiolata essential oil
  197. Population genetics of insecticide resistance in the aphid Myzus persicae
  198. Candidatus Phytoplasma graminis and Candidata Phytoplasma caricae, two novel phytoplasmas associated with diseases of sugarcane, weeds and papaya in Cuba
  199. Population dynamics and dispersal of Leptosphaeria maculans (blackleg of canola)
  200. Factors affecting co-existence of related pathogen species on arable crops
  201. Age-related increase in levels of insecticidal protein in the progenies of transgenic oilseed rape and its efficacy against a susceptible strain of diamondback moth
  202. Sensitivity of the Drosophila para sodium channel to DDT is not lowered by the super-kdr mutation M918T on the IIS4-S5 linker that profoundly reduces sensitivity to permethrin and deltamethrin
  203. Ecosystem service supply and vulnerability to global change in Europe
  204. Scale-free movement patterns arising from olfactory-driven foraging
  205. Soil microbial response during the phytoremediation of a PAH contaminated soil
  206. Single blind, randomised, comparative study of the Bug Buster kit and over the counter pediculicide treatments against head lice in the United Kingdom
  207. Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of Leptosphaeria app. and Oculimacula spp. with the reef coral gene DsRed and the jellyfish gene gfp
  208. Investigating populations of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa on winter oilseed rape in England
  209. Manipulating the expression of glutamine synthetase in wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  210. Treatment of hydrogen sulfide in biofuels
  211. Membrane proteins in plant viruses
  212. Family: flexiviridae
  213. Family: potyviridae
  214. MASTER - integrating biological control within IPM for winter oilseed rape across Europe
  215. Discontinuous gas exchange cycles and active ventilation in pupae of the bumblebee Bombus terrestris
  216. Carbon losses from all soils across England and Wales 1978-2003
  217. BYDV update
  218. Crop responses to climatic variation
  219. Wheat containing snowdrop lectin (GNA) does not affect infection of the cereal aphid Metopolophium dirhodum by the fungal natural enemy Pandora neoaphidis
  220. Do aphids infected with entomopathogenic fungi continue to produce and respond to alarm pheromone?
  221. Statistical modelling of weed seedbanks to consider the effect of crop rotations
  222. The effect of diverse climates on the forecasting lead-time of crop simulation models
  223. Weekly weather generation for a nitrogen turnover model
  224. Adaptable aphids can fly in the face of climate change
  225. The current status of herbicide-resistant grass and broad-leaved weeds of arable crops in Great Britain
  226. Modelling the effect of soil moisture on germination and emergence of wheat and sugar beet with the minimum number of parameters
  227. Enhanced avirulence management for durable control of blackleg in Europe
  228. Towards a sustainable whole-farm approach to the control of ergot
  229. Evidence for the eastward spread of the aggressive oilseed rape pathogen Leptosphaeria maculans in Europe
  230. Adverse effects of simulated harvesting of short-rotation willow and poplar coppice on vertical pressures and rut depths
  231. The evolution of plant defence against pests: pathogen development and pathogen-induced leaf necrosis
  232. An assessment of the energy inputs and greenhouse gas emissions in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) production in the UK
  233. Impact of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia on nematode and microbial populations
  234. Phoma in winter oilseed rape
  235. Sulphur on malting barley. Brimstone and treacle?
  236. Microbial carbon dynamics in nitrogen amended Arctic tundra soil: measurement and model testing
  237. Protocol: precision engineering of plant gene loci by homologous recombination cloning in Escherichia coli
  238. The Broom's Barn sugar beet growth model and its adaptation to soils with varied available water content
  239. Herbicide resistance, integrated weed management and Atlantis(R) use in the UK
  240. Natural and induced barley e1F4E gene mutants provide resistance to bymoviruses: a conserved antiviral resistance mechanism in plants
  241. Disease resistance in Triticum monococcum to major UK wheat pathogens: investigations of the roles of RAR1/SGT1
  242. Ethylene-induced leaf senescence depends on age-related changes and OLD genes in Arabidopsis
  243. Regulation of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis: isolation and characterisation of onset of leaf death mutants. PhD thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
  244. Decline of PCN viability in field soil
  245. Fungal-plant interactions that influence the suppression of take-all disease in wheat-field soil
  246. Can min-till stop climate change?
  247. Pathogen-derived resistance to Beet Mild Yellowing Virus in the model host Arabidopsis thaliana
  248. The UK Farm Scale Evaluations of GM crops - a post script
  249. Functional evaluation of plant defence signalling against fusarium ear blight disease in arabidopsis
  250. Responses of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus) to petal colour
  251. Sex determination of insect pests of oilseed rape for behavioural assays
  252. Responses of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus) to conspecific odours
  253. Sensing the physical and nutritional status of the root environment in the field: a review of progress and opportunities
  254. Phylogenetic analysis of Pasteuria penetrans by use of multiple genetic loci
  255. 2005 IIRB Congress - report
  256. Molecular genetic analyses of resistance to Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) in bread wheat
  257. A molecular diagnostic method for detecting Nacobbus in soil and in potato tubers
  258. Replicate flanking sequences (ReFS): the characterisation of novel, universal nuclear markers in Lepidoptera
  259. Plant virus taxonomy: some current issues
  260. Characterisation of the welsh onion isolate of Shallot yellow stripe virus from China
  261. Assessing nitrogen-status in two moss species that differ in their nitrogen use
  262. Polyamines and salt stress tolerance: an initial physiological study in GM wheat
  263. Phytoextraction of metals: investigation of hyperaccumulation and field testing. CL:AIRE Research Project Report RP6
  264. Handicaps and survival of the fittest in insecticide-susceptible and resistant peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae : the importance of sex. vs. asex and clonal selection
  265. Markedly different gene expression in wheat grown with organic or inorganic fertilizer
  266. Foraging in a complex environment - semiochemicals support searching behaviour of the seven spot ladybird
  267. Examining patterns of bee movement with harmonic radar
  268. Tracking individual insect flights with harmonic radar
  269. Tracking individual insect flights with harmonic radar
  270. Pollinator populations in herbicide tolerant GM crops
  271. The attack of the clones: tracking the movement of insecticide-resistant peach-potato aphids Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  272. Novel puroindoline and grain softness protein alleles in Aegilops species with the C, D, S, M and U genomes
  273. Comparative analysis of the D genome-encoded high-molecular weight sububits of glutenin
  274. Trehalose 6-phosphate regulates starch synthesis via posttranslational redox activation of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase
  275. Ascorbate content of wheat leaves is not determined by maximal L-galactono-1,4-lactone dehydrogenase (GalLDH) activity under drought stress
  276. The roles of redox processes in pea nodule development and senescence
  277. Pandora neoaphidis transmission and aphid foraging behaviour
  278. Response of the entomopathogenic fungus Pandora neoaphidis to aphid-induced plant volatiles
  279. Herbicide resistance in weeds
  280. Change but no change?
  281. Simulated WUE for England and Southern Italy past and future - climate and terrain impacts
  282. Tolerance and accumulation of zinc and cadmium in two ecotypes of Thlaspi caerulescens
  283. Does cadmium hyperaccumulation protect Thlaspi caerulescens and Arabidopsis halleri from leaf feeding damage by thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis P.)?
  284. Photosynthetic plant productivity
  285. Effect of fuel properties on biomass combustion. Part II. Modelling approach - identification of the controlling factors
  286. Persistence of seeds from crops of conventional and herbicide tolerant oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  287. Predicting longer-term changes in weed populations under GMHT crop management
  288. Predicting the environmental thresholds for cambial and secondary vascular tissue development in stems of hybrid aspen
  289. Genetic analysis of cadmium and zinc hyperaccumulation in the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  290. Phytoextraction of metals from contaminated soils: where is it going?
  291. The nutriome - a genomic scale screen of cell-type specific activation tagged plants for altered accumulation of nutrients and toxic elements
  292. Plant nutrition for food security, human health and environmental protection. Proceedings 15th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium, Beijing, 14-19 September 2005
  293. A Lagrangian stochastic model for the dispersion and deposition of Brownian particles in the presence of a temperature gradient
  294. Biological and technical processes that mediate micro-aggregation of clays
  295. The fate of 15N added to high Arctic tundra to mimic increased inputs of atmospheric nitrogen released from a melting snowpack
  296. Modelling assimilation rates of 14 temperate arable weed species as a function of the environment and leaf traits
  297. On the anomalous diffusion characteristics of membrane-bound proteins
  298. Trends in widespread and common British moths
  299. British moths: throwing light on a new conservation challenge
  300. Root nitrogen acquisition and assimilation
  301. Touchy feely fungi
  302. Host plant resistance to Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus and Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus
  303. Obituary notice: Dr Audrey Shepherd 1927-2004
  304. Review of methodologies and a protocol for the Agrobacterium -mediated transformation of wheat
  305. First report of an isolate of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma australiense' associated with a yellow leaf roll disease of peach (Prunus persicae) in Bolivia
  306. First report of a 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' isolate associated with a witches' broom disease of alfalfa in Bolivia
  307. Gaps in knowledge on the impacts of climate change on insect populations
  308. Using a competition model to quantify the optimal trade-off between machine vision capability and weed removal effectiveness
  309. The Devon Carpet Lampropteryx otregiata Metc. (Lep.: Geometridae), a first for Leicestershire
  310. Two noteworthy very late-flying moth (Lepidoptera) records from Rothamsted Insect Survey light-traps, 2004
  311. A few moths (Lepidoptera) of note from Monks Wood National Nature Reserve, Huntingdonshire (VC 31)
  312. A new county record: a Silky Wainscot Chilodes maritimus Tausch. (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Cardiganshire (Ceredigion)
  313. The Sub-angled Wave Scopula nigropunctata Hufn. (Lep.: Geometridae): a first for the Channel Islands
  314. Epidemiological studies of Rhynchosporium secalis (Leaf blotch of barley)
  315. The behavioural responses of the pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus )to floral colours and odours: designing a 'push-pull' pest management strategy
  316. BRAVE: bee research and virology in Europe
  317. Enhancing bee populations on UK farmland using forage mixtures
  318. The epidemiology of slow paralysis virus in honeybee colonies infested by Varroa destructor in the UK
  319. Invertebrate biodiversity in maize following withdrawal of triazine herbicides
  320. Transmission of a sugarcane yellow leaf phytoplasma by the delphacid planthopper Saccharosydne saccharivora a new vector of sugarcane yellow leaf syndrome
  321. Temporal and spatial incidence of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae in Europe
  322. Setting up and monitoring of replicated and demonstration field sites, 2004
  323. Setting up and monitoring of replicated and demonstration field sites, 2004
  324. Setting up and monitoring of replicated and demonstration field sites, 2004
  325. Continued development of multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid for the targeted control of PCN
  326. Continued development of multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid for the targeted control of PCN
  327. Continued development of multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid for the targeted control of PCN
  328. Randomised plot field trials assessing effects of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate on root invasion and population increase of PCN
  329. Randomised plot field trials assessing effects of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate on root invasion and population increase of PCN
  330. Randomised plot field trials assessing effects of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate on root invasion and population increase of PCN
  331. Multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate to control potato cyst nematodes: laboratory and glasshouse studies
  332. Multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate to control potato cyst nematodes: laboratory and glasshouse studies
  333. Multiple dose applications of Vydate liquid vs a single application of granular Vydate to control potato cyst nematodes: laboratory and glasshouse studies
  334. Identification of the form of Cd in the leaves of a superior Cd-accumulating ecotype of Thlaspi caerulescens using 113Cd-NMR
  335. Investigating plastid development and gene flow using plastid-targeted GFP in transgenic wheat
  336. Synthesis and studies of biologically active peptides and depsipeptides
  337. Predictions for particle deposition from LES of ribbed channel flow
  338. OS-D- like genes and their expression in aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  339. Cadmium hyperaccumulation protects Thlaspi caerulescens from leaf feeding damage by thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis )
  340. Expression of an extended HMW subunit in transgenic wheat and the effect on dough mixing properties
  341. A method for rapidly mass laser-marking individually coded ground beetles (Coleoptera: Caribidae) in the field
  342. Specificity of action of an insect proteinase purified from wheat grain infested by the New Zealand wheat bug Nysius huttoni
  343. An inter-laboratory study to test the ability of amendments to reduce the availability of Cd, Pb and Zn in situ
  344. Strengthened rural services for improved livelihoods in Bangladesh. Final technical report for DFID project number R 8083
  345. Ecology of the coleopteran stem-mining pests and their parasitoids in winter oilseed rape: implications for integrated pest management
  346. Oxidant and antioxidant signalling in plants: a re-evaluation of the concept of oxidative stress in a physiological context
  347. Functional evaluation of plant defence signalling against fusarium ear blight disease in arabidopsis
  348. Nitrate, agriculture and the environment
  349. The chemical composition of measurable soil organic matter pools
  350. The potential for managing weeds to minimise impacts on yields and enhance the ecological diversity of arable fields - a winter wheat case study
  351. Studies on the seed production and germination characteristics of Poa annua, Senecio vulgaris, Stellaria media and Tripleurospermum inodorum
  352. A view on the GM Farm Scale Evaluations
  353. Novel point mutation in the sodium channel gene of pyrethroid-resistant sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis ) (Crustacea: Copepoda)
  354. Attraction of two lacewing species to volatiles produced by host plants and aphid prey
  355. A new potyvirus from Thunberg fritillary (Fritillaria thunbergii Miq.) in Zhejiang, China
  356. Investigating the chemical characteristics of soil organic matter fractions suitable for modeling
  357. Potential use of pyriproxyfen for control of Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) in Iquitos, Peru
  358. Predicting a success of biological control of pest slugs using the slug-pathogenic nematode against pest slugs. Research grant report for grant MAF12241
  359. Determining a diagnostic dose for imidacloprid susceptibility testing of field-collected isolates of cat fleas (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae)
  360. A summary of the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically-modified herbicide tolerant crops
  361. Evidence that the recessive bymovirus resistance locus rym 4 in barley corresponds to the eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E gene
  362. Electrophoresis and biotest studies on some populations of cereal cyst nematode, Heterodera spp. (Tylenchida: Heteroderidae)
  363. Gene expression construct: US patent application 20050132432
  364. The contribution of Rothamsted's long-term experiments to understanding losses of fertilisers to the environment and improving fertiliser use efficiency
  365. Five new records of the Autumnal Snout Schrankia intermedialis Reid (Lep.: Noctuidae) from Devon
  366. Redox homeostasis and antioxidant signaling: a metabolic interface between stress perception and physiological responses
  367. Assessment of phosphorus leaching losses from arable land
  368. Perspectives and challenges in the future use of plant nutrients in tilled and mixed agricultural systems
  369. Overview and analysis of the polyprotein cleavage sites in the family Potyviridae
  370. Evaluating a 'Free Ion Activity Model' applied to metal uptake by Lolium perenne L. grown in contaminated soils
  371. The efficiency of nitrogen fertiliser for rice in Bangladeshi farmers' fields
  372. Sensory perception in plant-parasitic nematodes
  373. Scanning electron microscopy of foreleg tarsal sense organs of the poultry red mite, Dermanyssus gallinae (DeGeer) (Acari: Dermanyssidae)
  374. Long-term population declines in widespread British moths: species trends and wider implications
  375. Long-term population declines in widespread British moths: national patterns
  376. Root sulphate uptake and distribution is mediated by multiple sulphate transporter isoforms
  377. Serotines, set-aside and salad burnet: integrating conservation and farming at Broom's Barn
  378. Interactions between virus yellows and Rhizomania
  379. Root growth, soil water extraction and drought tolerance in sugar beet
  380. Are genes transferred between plants and root parasites?
  381. BRIGHT sugar beet
  382. Weed control experiences in 2004 and prospects for 2005
  383. Weed beet control in crops other than beet
  384. Beet crop growth in 2004
  385. Proteome analysis of sugar beet leaves under drought stress
  386. Pests and diseases in 2004
  387. Beet cyst nematodes - a peril of the soil
  388. Intraguild interactions involving the entomopathogenic fungus Pandora neoaphidis
  389. Fungicides for 2005
  390. Using a suppression subtractive library-based approach to identify tobacco genes regulated in response to short-term sulphur deficit
  391. Environmental impact and economic assessment for UK sugar beet production systems
  392. Fatty acid desaturases from the microalga Thalassiosira pseudonana
  393. Relations in biomedical ontologies
  394. Waggle dance controversy resolved by radar records of bee flight paths
  395. On the distribution of Lagrangian accelerations in turbulent flows
  396. Technological quality of transgenic wheat expressing an increased amount of HMW glutenin subunit
  397. Plant FAE1-like condensing enzymes substiute for the Elop proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  398. Systems rebalancing of metabolism in response to sulfur deprivation, as revealed by metabolome analysis of Arabidopsis plants
  399. Responses of the stem borer larval endoparasitoid Cotesia flavipes (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to plant derived synomones: laboratory and field cage experiments
  400. Reverse engineering of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis into transgenic plants
  401. Sources of resistance to diseases of sugar beet in related Beta germplasm: II. Soil-borne diseases
  402. Derivation of a Fokker-Planck equation for generalized Langevin dynamics
  403. Stochastic modeling of protein motions within cell membranes
  404. 'Hoja de perejil' (parsley leaf) of tomato and morrenia little leaf, two new diseases associated with a phytoplasma in Bolivia
  405. 'Brotes grandes' (big bud) of potato: a new disease associated with a 16SrI-B subgroup phytoplasma in Bolivia
  406. Multipoint linkage disequilibrium mapping using multilocus allele frequency data
  407. O -acetylserine and the regulation of expression of genes encoding components for sulfate uptake and assimilation in potato
  408. Time trends of atmospheric PBDEs inferred from archived U.K. herbage
  409. New resistance mechanism in Helicoverpa armigera threatens transgenic crops expressing Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ac toxin
  410. Bioassay-led isolation of Myrothecium verrucaria and verrucarin A as germination inhibitors of Orobanche crenata
  411. Light-dark changes in cytosolic nitrogen pools depend on nitrate reductase activity in Arabidopsis leaf cells
  412. Alternative life-history pathways and the elasticity of stochastic matrix models
  413. Quantification of airborne inoculum as an aid in the management of leaf blight of onion caused by Botrytis squamosa
  414. Ballooning dispersal using silk: world fauna, phylogenies, genetics and models
  415. First report of a phytoplasma associated with Bermuda-grass white leaf disease in Cuba
  416. Behavioural responses by slugs to chemicals from a generalist predator
  417. Geographical location, climate and land use influences on the phenology and numbers of the aphid, Myzus persicae, in Europe
  418. Marking cell lineages in living tissue
  419. Tracking butterfly flight paths across the landscape with harmonic radar
  420. Laboratory studies of the effects of reduced prey choice caused by Bt plants on a predatory insect
  421. Small-scale fungicide spray heterogeneity and the coexistence of resistant and sensitive pathogen strains
  422. How land use and management affects soluble organic nitrogen in British soils
  423. The use of cover crops in cereal-based cropping systems to control nitrate leaching in SE England
  424. A nicotinic acetylcholine receptor mutation conferring target-site resistance to imidacloprid in Nilaparvata lugens (brown planthopper)
  425. In vitro mutation and selection of doubled-haploid Brassica napus lines with improved resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
  426. A primer on planting and managing 'push-pull' fields for stemborer and striga weed control in maize
  427. Methods for assessment of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) on winter oilseed rape
  428. Avirulence genes in populations of Leptosphaeria maculans in Europe
  429. What do we know about plant food allergens?
  430. Sulphur fractionation in calcareous soils and bioavailability to plants
  431. Population and insecticide resistance dynamics in aphid vectors of beet viruses. Final report on project number 01/01 to BBRO
  432. Survival and multiplication of Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici (the wheat take-all fungus) and related fungi on different wild and cultivated grasses
  433. The missing link
  434. Antennal electrophysiological responses of three parasitic wasps to caterpillar-induced volatiles from maize (Zea mays mays ), cotton (Gossypium herbaceum ) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata )
  435. Spatial analysis in crop protection: new challenges for biometry
  436. Could learning of pollen odours by honey bees (Apis mellifera ) play a role in their foraging behaviour?
  437. Which traits promote persistence of feral GM crops? Part 2: implications of metapopulation structure
  438. Which traits promote persistence of feral GM crops? Part 1: implications of environmental stochasticity
  439. Mass aerial migration in the carabid beetle Notiophilus biguttatus
  440. Radar studies of the vertical distribution of insects migrating over southern Britain: the influence of temperature inversions on nocturnal layer concentrations
  441. Performance of sampling strategies in the presence of known spatial patterns
  442. Predatory activity and spatial pattern: the response of generalist carabids to their aphid prey
  443. Integration of spore trapping with molecular techniques to enhance epidemiological studies
  444. The flight paths of honeybees recruited by the waggle dance
  445. Durability of resistance and optimum deployment strategies for resistant cultivars
  446. Too much of a good thing? How land use and management affects soluble organic nitrogen in British soils
  447. An interspecific comparison of foraging range and nest density of four bumblebees (Bombus) species
  448. Patterns of ascospore release in relation to phoma stem canker epidemiology in England (Leptosphaeria maculans ) and Poland (Leptosphaeria biglobosa )
  449. Molecular genetic analysis of silencing in two lines of Triticum aestivum transformed with the reporter gene construct pAHC25
  450. The Scarce Tissue Rheumaptera cervinalis (Scop.). (Lep.: Geometridae) in Hertfordshire
  451. Rubisco specificity factor tends to be larger in plant species from drier habitats and in species with persistent leaves
  452. Production and characterisation of transgenic wheat with altered GA metabolism
  453. Bayer CropScience guidelines on resistance management for neonicotinoids (chloronicotinyl insecticides, CNI)
  454. Wheat archive links long-term fungal pathogen population dynamics to air pollution
  455. The contribution of ground-level inoculum of Fusarium culmorum to ear blight of winter wheat
  456. Take-all control strategies (Reproduced from RRA Newsletter No.13, 2004)
  457. Pot experiments to test seed treatment fungicides against take-all disease of wheat. Confidential report to Syngenta
  458. Effects of soil pH on microbial biomass, microbial activity and microbial community structure. PhD thesis, University of Coventry
  459. Toxicity and bioavailability of metals to plants
  460. In-situ remediation of a heavy metal polluted soil using red mud
  461. The effect of piperonyl butoxide on pyrethroid-resistance-associated esterases in Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  462. Phytoremediation of Cd-contaminated soils in Japan with the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  463. Use of plants to manage sites contaminated with metals
  464. Studies on the etiology and epidemiology of Kalimantan wilt disease of coconut in Indonesia
  465. Development of Oculimacula yallundae and O. acuformis (eyespot) on leaf sheaths of winter wheat in the UK in relation to thermal time
  466. ISSR, ERIC and RAPD techniques to detect genetic diversity in the aphid pathogen Pandora neoaphidis
  467. Jasmonic acid levels are reduced in COMATOSE ATP-binding cassette transporter mutants. Implications for transport of jasmonate precursors into peroxisomes
  468. Developing a TBLM: copper effect on barley root elongation
  469. DNA-based methods for identification and quantification of small grain cereal mixtures and fingerprinting of varieties
  470. The contribution of commercial fertilizer nutrients to food production
  471. Distribution and properties of geographically distinct isolates of sugar beet yellowing viruses
  472. Predicting Zn and Cd ion activity and plant uptake using soil properties
  473. Modelling root activity to narrow the gene-environment gap
  474. A high-density genetic map of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) from the cross Chinese Spring x SQ1 and its use to compare QTLs for grain yield across a range of environments
  475. Biofuels and other approaches for decreasing fossil fuel emissions from agriculture
  476. Modelling seedbank dynamics of volunteer oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  477. Phylogenetic relationships in some Melampsora rusts on Salicaceae assessed using rDNA sequence information
  478. Resistance of insect pests to neonicotinoid insecticides: current status and future prospects
  479. The perception of wheat yield loss caused by Italian rye-grass (Lolium multiflorum )
  480. Modelling of cadmium uptake by spring wheat in agricultural land amended with sewage sludge
  481. The effects of non-host plant essential oil volatiles on the behaviour of the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus
  482. Analysis of expressed sequence tags from the wheat leaf blotch pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola (anamorph Septoria tritici)
  483. Impacts of reducing sugar beet production on the environment on farms in eastern England
  484. Long-term sludge experiments: the effects of heavy metals on soil microbial activity and long-term soil fertility
  485. Strobilurin resistance in Septoria tritici in the UK. (HGCA topic sheet No. 69)
  486. The effect of pH on zinc and cadmium ageing in constant and variable charge soils
  487. Determinants of species richness in the Park Grass Experiment
  488. The complete sequence of the genomic RNA of an isolate of Lily virus X (genus Potexvirus )
  489. Molecular cloning of beta-kafirin, a methionine-rich protein of sorghum grain
  490. An update on bee studies at Rothamsted Research
  491. Update on bee related studies at Rothamsted Research
  492. An update on bee studies at Rothamsted Research
  493. Rothamsted Research: an update on bee studies
  494. Effects on weed and invertebrate abundance and diversity of herbicide management in genetically modified herbicide-tolerant winter-sown oilseed rape
  495. Wheat rhizosphere interactions and natural suppression of take-all disease: effects of grass weeds and wheat cultivar on inoculum and disease
  496. Wavelet analysis of the scale- and location-dependent correlation of modelled and measured nitrous oxide emissions from soil
  497. Honey bees navigate according to a map-like spatial memory
  498. Functional characterization of two cytochrome P450 monooxygenase genes, P450-1 and P450-4 , of the gibberellic acid gene cluster in Fusarium proliferatum (Gibberella fujikuroi MP-D)
  499. Subcellular localisation of Cd and Zn in the leaves of a Cd-hyperaccumulating ecotype of Thlaspi caerulescens
  500. Analysis of spatial patterns at a geographical scale over north-western Europe from point-referenced aphid count data
  501. Expression of fission yeast cdc25 driven by the wheat ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase large subunit promoter reduces pollen viability and prevents transmission of the transgene in wheat
  502. Modification of gibberellin biosynthesis in the grafted apple scion allows control of tree height independent of the rootstock
  503. Fusarium ear blight: opportunities for biological control
  504. Effect of a turnip rape (Brassica rapa ) trap crop on stem-mining pests and their parasitoids in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  505. Molecular criteria for genus and species discrimination within the family Potyviridae
  506. Changes in the microbial community of an arable soil caused by long-term metal contamination
  507. Modelling impacts of climate change on wheat yields in England and Wales: assessing drought risks
  508. Management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet for spring and autumn environmental benefit
  509. Identification and expression of odorant-binding proteins of the malaria-carrying mosquitoes Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles arabiensis
  510. Remediation of polluted soils
  511. Pollutants. Persistant organic (POPs)
  512. Comparison of different microbial bioassays to assess metal-contaminated soils
  513. Use of thermogravimetry-differential scanning calorimetry to characterize modelable soil organic matter fractions
  514. The proportional mineralisation of microbial biomass and organic matter caused by air-drying and rewetting of a grassland soil
  515. Evidence for multiple origins of identical insecticide resistance mutations in the aphid Myzus persicae
  516. Spatial autocorrelation as a tool for identifying the geographical patterns of aphid annual abundance
  517. Insect behavioural ecology and other factors affecting the control efficacy of agro-ecosystem diversification strategies
  518. Interactions between entomopathogenic fungi and arthropod natural enemies
  519. Phylogenetic position of Melampsora in rust fungi inferred from ribosomal DNA sequences
  520. Sphaerellopsis filum and its potential for biological control of willow rusts
  521. A brief summary of Melampsora species on Populus
  522. Disease scoring by taking inoculum densities into consideration in leaf disc inoculations with poplar and willow rust
  523. A brief review of Melampsora rusts on Salix
  524. Rust diseases of willow and poplar
  525. Pathogenic variation in poplar rust Melampsora larici-populina from England
  526. The auxin transport inhibitor response 3 (tir3) allele of BIG and auxin transport inhibitors affect the gibberellin status of Arabidopsis
  527. Sulphur
  528. A two-component high-affinity nitrate uptake system in barley
  529. Real-time PCR-assisted selection of wheat plants transformed with HMW glutenin subunit genes
  530. Changes in protein secondary structure during gluten deformation studied by dynamic Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
  531. Drought controls on H2O2 accumulation, catalase (CAT) activity and CAT gene expression in wheat
  532. Design, expression and characterisation of lysine-rich forms of the barley seed protein CI-2
  533. Transcriptional analysis and functional genomics in wheat
  534. Wheat transformation: current technology and applications to grain development and composition
  535. Legume nodule senescence: roles for redox and hormone signalling in the orchestration of the natural aging process
  536. Comparison of root absorption, translocation and tolerance of arsenic in the hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata and the nonhyperaccumulator Pteris tremula
  537. Isotopic discrimination of zinc in higher plants
  538. Analysis of detergent-resistant membranes in Arabidopsis. Evidence for plasma membrane lipid rafts
  539. Evaluation of physiological traits as indirect selection criteria for drought tolerance in sugar beet
  540. Beet poleroviruses: close friends or distant relatives?
  541. Conservation biological control with the fungal pathogen Pandora neoaphidis : implications of aphid species, host plant and predator foraging
  542. The use of conventional and quantitative real-time PCR assays for Polymyxa graminis to examine host plant resistance, inoculum levels and intraspecific variation
  543. Climatology: Will soil amplify climate change?
  544. Does soil ergosterol concentration provide a reliable estimate of soil fungal biomass?
  545. Reduced response of insecticide-resistant aphids and attraction of parasitoids to aphid alarm pheromone; a potential fitness trade-off
  546. Development of an empirical model to predict nitrogen dioxide concentrations from weather variables for sites across the UK
  547. Chemical imaging: the distribution of ions and molecules in developing and mature wheat grain
  548. Mathematical modelling of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  549. The ability of soil to ensure adequate phosphorus nutrition of the crop; the long-term trials at Rothamsted
  550. Further molecular characterisation of potyviruses infecting aroid plants for medicinal use in China
  551. Evaluation of soil organic matter management
  552. Pushing pests around: a 'push-pull' strategy for oilseed rape
  553. Establishing Miscanthus sinensis from seed using conventional sowing methods
  554. Adaptation to the cost of resistance: a model of compensation, recombination and selection in a haploid organism
  555. COmponents of Resistance to DISeases in winter Oilseed Rape: CORDISOR
  556. Global climate change and soil carbon stocks; predictions from two contrasting models for the turnover of organic carbon in soil
  557. Structural relatedness of plant food allergens with specific reference to cross-reactive allergens: an in silico analysis
  558. The use of real-time PCR and species-specific primers for the identification and monitoring of Paecilomyces lilacinus
  559. Identification and characterization of polymorphic minisatellites in the phytopathogenic ascomycete Leptosphaeria maculans
  560. Spatial and temporal dynamics of gene movements arising from deployment of transgenic crops
  561. A wheat canopy model linking leaf area and phenology
  562. Diffusion
  563. Encyclopedia of soils in the environment, 4 vols
  564. Acid rain and soil acidification
  565. Statistics in soil science
  566. Spatial variation, soil properties
  567. Nitrates
  568. Industrial [pollution]
  569. Lawes, John Bennet and Gilbert, Joseph Henry
  570. Pesticides
  571. A laboratory study on the effect of pre-treatment with a nitrification inhibitor (Dicyandiamide) on an arable soil fertilised with ammonium sulphate
  572. Change in grassland science: implications for training, research and Grassland Societies
  573. Potential for forecasting UK summer grass growth from the North Atlantic Oscillation
  574. Compilation of a database of research information on legume based grazing systems; a part of the Leggraze research project
  575. Using multivariate regression techniques to analyse the performance of a steam heated drying process
  576. Assessment of methane management and recovery options for livestock wastes
  577. Sustainable farming focus group
  578. Nitrate vulnerable zone focus group
  579. Protein crop and maize demonstration day
  580. Nitrate vulnerable zone focus group
  581. Sustainable farming focus group
  582. Risk
  583. Savings from slurry' demonstration day
  584. Nitrate vulnerable zone focus group
  585. Sustainable farming focus group
  586. North Cornwall dairy focus group
  587. Sustainable farming focus group
  588. Grassland wildlife focus group
  589. News from the East demonstration farm
  590. Sustainable farming focus group
  591. Nitrate vulnerable zone focus group
  592. Functional diversity in low-input grassland farming systems: characterisation, effect and management
  593. Ammonia losses from manure
  594. Maximising phosphorus recovery from wastewater sludge by struvite crystallisation: Laboratory and pilot scale study on the impact of calcium on crystal size, shape and purity
  595. Coordination role for the Defra-EP ammonia research programme
  596. Will ammonia abatement lead to unacceptable increases in nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide emissions?
  597. Sustainable agriculture - Rural Economy and Land Use (RELU) programme
  598. Do nitrogen balances for solid farmyard manure suggest di-nitrogen (N2) emission?
  599. Cost-Cube: A measure centric model for characterisation of diffuse pollution
  600. The effect of storage and rapid incorporation on N2O emissions following the application of pig and cattle FYM to land
  601. Nitrous oxide emissions during storage of solid manure and following application to arable land
  602. Extensive grazing of semi-improved grassland to enhance faunal biodiversity
  603. Nitrogen losses to surface and ground waters
  604. Developing decision-making tools for improving pasture quality on deer farms in New Zealand
  605. Crop responses
  606. Quellencharakterisierung mit Hilfe von 15N and 18O Isotopen im Nitrat unter leguminosenhaltigem Grunland
  607. Reaktivitat von organischen N-Pools im Boden unter leguminosenhaltigem Grunland: Neue Erkenntnisse durch die Analyse von delta18O and delta15N in Nitrat?
  608. Editorial: Linking landscape sources of phosphorus and sediment to ecological impacts in surface waters
  609. Optimising the use of grazed herbage in the dairy cow diet
  610. The influence of store type and climatic variation on the nitrogen dynamics in stored farm slurries - Summary of results from experiments conducted at IGER, ADAS and SRI
  611. Influencing of livestock experience and breed on foraging behaviour in unimproved grassland and impact on biodiversity (BEFORBIO)
  612. A review of current and impending legislation, guidelines and ready reckoners concerning manure management practices on dairy farms in the UK
  613. Managements to achieve botanical diversification of improved grassland by natural recolonisation (NATREC)
  614. Plants are soil organisms too!
  615. Impact of root herbivory on grassland community structure: from landscape to microscale
  616. Use of the logic model to build partnerships for understanding and abating ammonia emissions from dairy farms
  617. Dietary manipulation in dairy cattle to reduce ammonia emissions
  618. How soil properties affect egg development and larval longevity of a grassland insect pest - an empirically based model
  619. Grassland management practices and the diversity of soil nematode communities
  620. The addition and cessation of inorganic fertiliser amendments in long-term managed grasslands: impacts on above and below-ground communities
  621. Soil nutrient supply and herbivory influences grass root longevity
  622. NCYCLE_IRL: A model to predict N fluxes in Irish grasslands
  623. Diet effects on dairy manure nitrogen excretion and cycling
  624. Integrated strategies to minimise slurry nitrogen losses
  625. Natural crusting of slurry storage as an abatement measure for ammonia emissions on dairy farms
  626. Modelling ammonia and nitrous oxide emission from slurry-amended soils - development of an infiltration sub-model
  627. European agricultural gaseous emissions inventory researchers network (EAGER)
  628. Measurement and abatement of ammonia emissions from hard standings used by livestock
  629. Ammonia emissions from slurry applications to land
  630. Ammonia emission inventories, uncertainties and sensitivity analysis
  631. Assessment of methane management and recovery systems from agricultural processes
  632. Woodchip pads for out-wintering beef cattle - how real are the future prospects?
  633. Woodchip tips for a successful corral
  634. Managing slurry and dirty water
  635. Ryegrass for energy production using anaerobic digestion
  636. Impact of grazing management on botanical diversity of grasslands
  637. Optimisation of nutrient cycling and soil quality for sustainable grasslands. Proceedings of a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Oxford, UK, July 2005
  638. Effect on soil N emissions of slurry application from sheep fed different diets
  639. Lupins in sustainable agriculture
  640. Mid term effects of annual applications of pig manure or pig slurry on C and N turnover in cultivated soils
  641. Effect of soil erosion on surface water quality: correlation between turbidity and nutrient concentrations
  642. Ammonia mitigation: the farmers' perspective
  643. Maximising slurry crop available nitrogen utilisation in grassland systems
  644. Soil microbial respiration responses to repeated urea applications in three grasslands
  645. Docks in Grassland
  646. Grassland in Estonia
  647. Improving the efficiency of utilisation of grass and legumes by grazing cattle and sheep
  648. Quantifiying nitrous oxide and methane emissions from unmanaged areas of intensive grassland system
  649. Phosphorus in soil and water quality: interdisciplinary research for agriculture and the environment
  650. Co-ordination of DEFRA ammonia research programme
  651. Modelling methane mitigation at the National scale
  652. Towards a smarter N2O inventory for UK agriculture
  653. Nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural and wooded land in the UK
  654. Ammonia emissions from hard standings used by livestock
  655. Predicting odour emissions from sewage sludge
  656. Impact of calcium on struvite crystal size, shape and purity
  657. Updating the inventories of ammonia, nitrous oxide and methane from UK agriculture for the years 2002-2005
  658. Cashing in on biodiversity
  659. Eating biodiversity: an investigation of the links between quality food production and biodiversity protection
  660. Feed back and feed-forward interactions between climate change and grassland-based agriculture
  661. Farm scale investigations of the links between pasture biodiversity and quality food production in the UK
  662. Eating biodiversity: investigating the links between grassland biodiversity and quality food production
  663. Grassland for agriculture and nature conservation: production, quality and multi-functionality
  664. Effects of sequential treatments with eprinomectin on performance and grazing behaviour in dairy cattle under daily-paddock stocking management
  665. Optimising nutrient use efficiency in beef cattle grazing lowland semi-natural pastures
  666. Global warming
  667. Manures and farm resources
  668. Behavioural and community ecology: understanding mechanisms driving biodiversity in pasture-based systems
  669. Soil science and environmental quality
  670. Nitrogen-15 in NO3- characterises differently reactive soil organic N pools
  671. Application of simultaneous thermal analysis mass spectrometry and stable carbon isotope analysis in a carbon sequestration study
  672. Nitrogen-15 in NO3- characterises differently reactive soil organic N pools
  673. Evaluation of targeted or additional straw use as a means of reducing ammonia emissions from buildings for housing pigs and cattle
  674. Cattle slurry amended with nitrification inhibitors: effects on nitrous oxide, dinitrogen and methane emissions
  675. The natural abundance of 13C, 15N 34S and 14C in archived (1923-2000) plant and soil samples from the Askov long-term experiments on animal manure and mineral fertiliser
  676. Scientific research plays a vital role
  677. A collation and analysis of current ammonia research
  678. Short-term dynamics of slurry-derived plant and microbial sugars in a temperate grassland soil as assessed by compound-specific delta13C analyses
  679. Preface - Joint European Stable Isotope Users Meeting (JESIUM), Vienna, 30 August - 3 September 2004
  680. A note on using electronic identification technology to measure the motivation of sheep to obtain resources at pasture
  681. Transfer of Escherichia coli to water from drained and undrained grassland after grazing
  682. Attractive properties of an isoflavenoid found in white clover root nodules on the clover root weevil
  683. Impact of intensifying grazing diary cow management on yield and chemical composition of the milk
  684. Influence of bedding material on ammonia emission from cattle barns
  685. Three sources of CO2 efflux from soil partitioned by 13C natural abundance in an incubation study
  686. Impact of grazing management on botanical diversity of grasslands
  687. The use of sub-metre GPS for the precise recording of the foraging behaviour of cattle
  688. Root herbivore mediated changes in N status of plants and N-transfer between clover and associated grasses
  689. A functional method for classifying European grasslands for use in joint ecological and economic studies
  690. Abiotic stresses in endophytic grasses
  691. Grassland productivity and water quality: a 21st century issue
  692. The impact of dairy intensification on manure management
  693. Crusting of stored dairy slurry as an abatement measure for ammonia emissions: pilot-scale studies
  694. Ecological mechanisms affecting the restoration of diversity in agriculturally improved meadow grassland
  695. 14C of grasses as an indicator of fossil fuel CO2 pollution
  696. Influence of agricultural management, sward structure and food resources on grassland field use, by birds in lowland England
  697. Partnership for abating ammonia emissions from dairy farms: using a logic model to build consensus and joint work
  698. Feedback and feed-forward interactions between climate change and grassland-based agriculture
  699. Influence of inorganic nitrogen-management regime on the diversity of nitrite oxidising bacteria in agricultural grassland soils
  700. Exploring the enzymatic landscape: distribution and kinetics of hydrolitic enzymes in soil particle-size fractions
  701. Quantification of dung carbon incorporation in a temperate grassland soil following spring application using bulk stable carbon isotope determinations
  702. Sampling, sample treatment and quality assurance issues for the determination of phosphorus species in natural waters and soils
  703. Evaluating diffuse and point phosphorus contributions to river transfers at different scales in the Taw catchment, Devon, UK
  704. Evaluating colloidal phosphorus delivery to surface waters from diffuse agricultural sources
  705. Effects of livestock breed and stocking rate on sustainable grazing systems: butterfly diversity and abundance
  706. Functional diversity in low-input grassland farming systems: characterisation, effect and management
  707. Simulation of effects of soils, climate and management on N2O emission from grasslands
  708. Field experiments to help optimise nitrogen fixation by legumes on organic farms
  709. The performance of cattle on lowland species-rich grassland at three contrasting grazing pressures
  710. On the concept of delivery of sediment and nutrients to stream channels
  711. Using time domain reflectometry to characterise cattle and pig slurry infiltration into soil
  712. Rapid intrinsic rates or amino acid biodegradation in soils are unaffected by agricultural management strategy
  713. Reviewing the potential for reductions of nitrogen and phosphorus inputs in current farm systems
  714. Grazing in the dark: the effect of root herbivores in grassland systems
  715. Spatial scale of heterogeneity affects diet choice but not intake in beef cattle
  716. Phosphatase activity in temperate pasture soils: potential regulation of labile organic phosphorus turnover by phosphodiesterase activity
  717. Intake characteristics of diploid and tetraploid perennial ryegrass varieties when grazed by Simmental x Holstein yearling heifers under rotational management
  718. Determination of the impact of continuous defoliation of Lolium perenne and Trifolium repens on bacterial and fungal community structure in rhizosphere soils
  719. Laboratory study of the effects of two nitrification inhibitors on greenhouse gas emissions from a slurry-treated arable soil : impact of diurnal temperature cycle
  720. A rapid method for the determination of olfactory response from sulphide emissions
  721. Preferential uptake of soil nitrogen forms by grassland plant species
  722. Intake characteristics of perennial ryegrass varieties when grazed by yearling beef cattle under rotational grazing management
  723. Dietary manipulation in dairy cattle: Laboratory experiments to assess the influence on ammonia emissions
  724. Effects of resource density on spatial memory and learning by foraging sheep
  725. The phosphorus transfer continuum: linking source to impact with an interdisciplinary and multi-scaled approach
  726. Nitrogen budgets for three cropping systems fertilised with cattle manure
  727. Effect of plant species on CH4 and N2O fluxes from a volcanic grassland soil in Nasu, Japan
  728. Spatial variability of soil phosphorus in relation to the topographic index and critical source areas: sampling for assessing risk to water quality
  729. Phosphorus dynamics observed through increasing scales in a nested headwater-to-river channel study
  730. Use of a systems synthesis approach to model nitrogen losses from dairy farms in south-west England
  731. Comparison of centrifugation and filtration techniques for the size fractionation of colloidal material in soil suspensions using sedimentation field-flow fractionation
  732. Lysimeter experiments to determine the ability of soil to reduce concentrations of BOD, available P and inorganic N in dirty water
  733. Development of a micro-sward technique for determining intake characteristics of perennial ryegrass varieties
  734. Spatial and structural uniformity of lowland agricultural grassland in England: a context for biodiversity loss
  735. Managing ammonia emissions from livestock production in Europe
  736. Assessing the potential for pathogen transfer from grassland soils to surface waters
  737. Recent vegetation changes in central Queensland, Australia: Evidence from delta13C and delta14C analysis of soil organic matter
  738. Measuring ammonia emissions from land applied manure: an intercomparison of commonly-used samples and techniques
  739. The impact of increasing the length of the cattle grazing season on emissions of ammonia and nitrous oxide and on nitrate leaching in England and Wales
  740. Effects of root feeding, cranefly larvae on soil microorganisms and the composition of rhizosphere solutions collected from grassland plants.
  741. Influence of sward height on diet selection by horses
  742. Savanna-derived organic matter remaining in long term mixed cropping arable soils of the South African high veld - evidence from 13C and 15N natural abundance
  743. NGAUGE: a Decision Support System to optimise N fertilisation of British grassland for economic and/or environmental goals
  744. Concerted diurnal patterns in riverine nutrient concentrations and some physical conditions
  745. Predicting ammonia loss following the application of livestock manure to land
  746. How much will it cost to save grassland diversity?
  747. Pasture characteristics and animal performance
  748. Emissions of ammonia, nitrous oxide and methane from cattle manure heaps: effect of compaction and covering
  749. Silage - a global perspective