1. Airborne spores a personal perspective
  2. Variation in the precision of soil organic carbon maps due to different laboratory and spatial prediction methods
  3. The State of Britain’s Larger Moths 2006
  4. Sulphate reduction in waterlogged soils
  5. Measures of Similarity, Dissimilarity and Distance
  6. Increasing the concentrations of beneficial polyunsaturated fatty acids in milk produced by dairy cows in high-forage systems
  7. Effects of high-sugar ryegrass silage and mixtures with red clover silage on ruminant digestion. 1. In vitro and in vivo studies of nitrogen utilization
  8. Effects of high-sugar ryegrass silage and mixtures with red clover silage on ruminant digestion. 2. Lipids
  9. Polyphenol oxidase activity in grass and its effect on plant-mediated lipolysis and proteolysis of Dactylis glomerata (cocksfoot) in a simulated rumen environment
  10. Polyphenols and their influence on gut function and health in ruminants: a review
  11. Effect of forage: concentrate ratio on ruminal metabolism and duodenal flow of fatty acids in beef steers
  12. Lipolysis of red clover with differing polyphenol oxidase activities in batch culture.
  13. The effect of fish oil supplementation on ruminal C18PUFA metabolism in beef steers offered either grass or red clover silage.
  14. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent EP 1726652 A2)
  15. Novel Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent US 2006/0246556 A1)
  16. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent EP 1481063 B1)
  17. The Kalman filter for the pedologist's tool kit (retraction of, vol 57, pg 677, 2006)
  18. The production of n-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants
  19. Changes in understanding the behaviour of soil and fertiliser phosphorus: implications for their efficient use in agriculture : Paper presented to the International Fertiliser Society at a Conference in Cambridge, 14th December 2006
  20. Annual Plant Reviews , Volume 24: Plant hormone signaling
  21. Differential responses of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti and the scottish biting midge, Culicoides impunctatus to human host odours
  22. Multivariate spatial statistical analysis of longitudinal data in perennial crops
  23. Optimising slurry application timings to minimise nitrogen losses: OPTI-N. Final report to Defra on Project no. ES0115
  24. Gibberellin metabolism and signal transduction
  25. An Arabidopsis low affinity nitrate transporter with a novel transport mechanism
  26. Expression and functional analysis of rice NRT2 nitrate transporters
  27. Integration of metabolism with whole plant processes
  28. Piperonyl butoxide, restores the efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis toxin in transgenic cotton against resistant Helicoverpa armigera
  29. Functional biodiversity of aphid natural enemies: positive intra-guild interactions
  30. Ambient background metal concentrations for soils in England and Wales. Science Report SC050054/SR
  31. Effects of Strobilurin fungicides on control of Septoria tritici blotch, green leaf area and yield of winter wheat in the light of fungicide resistance in Northern Ireland
  32. A nicotinic acetylcholine receptor mutation (Y151S) causes reduced agonist potency to a range of neonicotinoid insecticides
  33. Methods to detect fungicide resistance: from broth dilution to real-time PCR
  34. DMI resistance: an overview
  35. State of science review: interrogation of signals/biomarkers (Review commissioned as part of the UK Government's Foresight project, Infectious Diseases: preparing for the future)
  36. Fungicide resistance management strategies, using barley mildew as a model
  37. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in primrose (Primula vulgaris)
  38. Wheat nitrogen metabolism during grain filling: comparative role of glumes and the flag leaf
  39. Resistance to ALS inhibiting herbicides in UK populations of the grass weed Alopecurus myosuroides
  40. Regulation of soil organic matter mineralization
  41. Studies on the mode of action of a novel fungicide for the control of powdery mildew in cereals
  42. The influence of petals on numbers of pests and their parasitoids in oilseed rape
  43. Use of controlled environment chambers to simulate the effects of wheat bulb fly larvae (Delia coarctata) on developing winter wheat plants
  44. UK sugar yield trends and climate changes since 1976
  45. First report of a 16SrII ('Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia') group phytoplasma associated with a bunchy-top disease of papaya in Cuba
  46. Phytoplasmas affecting sugarcane and papaya in Cuba
  47. Sugarbeet
  48. Variation in the root to shoot translocation of Cd and Zn among populations of Thlaspi caerulescens
  49. Biochemical analysis and molecular cloning of methionine-rich proteins of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) seed
  50. Integration of molecular diagnostics and air sampling to study plant pathogens
  51. Detection and quantification of Leptosphaeria maculans in the leaf petiole of Brassica napus
  52. Detection of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) infection of winter oilseed rape
  53. Effects of temperature on Rlm6 -mediated resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus
  54. Alignment of a Salix linkage map to the Populus genomic sequence reveals macrosynteny between willow and poplar genomes
  55. Studies on the contribution of cultivar resistance to the management of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) in Europe
  56. Prediction of the date of onset of phoma leaf spot epidemics on oilseed rape in the UK
  57. SECURE - stem canker of oilseed rape: molecular methods and mathematical modeling to deploy durable resistance (QLK5-CT-2002-01813)
  58. Development of light leaf spot and phoma cell canker on a range of current and historical oilseed rape cultivars at Rothamsted in 2003/04 and 2004/05 growing seasons
  59. Responses of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus) to petal colour
  60. Determining the sex of insect pests of oilseed rape for behavioural bioassays
  61. Responses of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus) to conspecific odours
  62. The EU project MASTER (MAnagement STrategies for European Rape pests): an update
  63. Upwind anemotaxis by the parasitoid Tersilochus obscurator (Hym., Ichneumonidae) on its migration flights to winter oilseed rape
  64. Spatial relationships between carabids and pest larvae in a winter oilseed rape crop
  65. The effect of soil tillage on summer predator activity in a winter oilseed rape crop
  66. Management of witchweed, Striga hermonthica , and stemborers in sorghum, Sorghum bicolor , through intercropping with greenleaf desmodium, Desmodium intortum
  67. The diel periodicity of within-crop flight by key parasitoids of oilseed rape pests
  68. Insect problems in European oilseed rape cultivation, and how to deal with them: the OSR farmers' perspective
  69. Pollen availability and the distribution of pollen beetles and seed weevils in oilseed rape
  70. The use of DNA, morphometric and ecological data to distinguish ichneumonid parasitoids of two stem-mining pests of winter oilseed rape
  71. Relationships between insect pests and their parasitoids in a winter oilseed rape crop
  72. Spectral analysis of spatial point patterns in complex study regions
  73. The use of pyriproxyfen as a control agent for Aedes aegypti in Peru
  74. Developing a low cost repellent to reduce malaria in the Americas - results of two field trials in Guatemala and Peru
  75. Genetic characterization and functional analysis of the GID1 gibberellin receptors in Arabidopsis
  76. The influence of root diffusate and host age on hatching of the root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. fallax
  77. Moglichkeiten der integrierten Kontrolle von Rapsschadlingen in der Praxis - Ergebnisse einer Umfrage im Rahmen des EU-Projektes MASTER
  78. Frequency of avirulance alleles in field populations of Leptosphaeria maculans in Europe
  79. Monitoring potential mosquito vectors of West Nile virus in the UK using the Rothamsted suction trap network. A report on work carried out by Rothamsted Research for the Department of Health
  80. Dissemination of information about management strategies and changes in farming practices for the exploitation of resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) in oilseed rape cultivars
  81. Non-destructive micro-scale sampling of bacteria from a root surface using a tungsten rod with a standardised sampling area controlled by a micromanipulator
  82. An exploration of Fusarium mycotoxin accumulation in hexaploid wheat germplasm
  83. Biological and cultural management
  84. Optimal scale-free searching strategies for the location of moving targets: new insights on visually cued mate location behaviour in insects
  85. Characterization of a two-component high-affinity nitrate uptake system in Arabidopsis. Physiology and protein-protein interaction
  86. Simultaneous identification of plant stresses and diseases in arable crops using proximal optical sensing and self-organising maps
  87. Two cytosolic glutamine synthetase isoforms of maize are specifically involved in the control of grain production
  88. Ontology based text indexing and querying for the semantic web
  89. Biocontrol of plant parasitic nematodes
  90. Developing a microbial biological control agent for root-knot nematodes with especial reference to Pochonia chlamydosporia
  91. Sustainable management of root-knot neamtodes in intensive vegetable production in tropical soils requires local capacity building
  92. The POLARIS peptide of Arabidopsis regulates auxin transport and root growth via effects on ethylene signaling
  93. Genetic diversity in the mycoparasite Sphaerellopsis filum inferred from AFLP analysis and ITS-5.8S sequences
  94. Molecular tools for the study of Fusarium ear blight caused by Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium culmorum
  95. Comment on the proposed conservation of the specific name of Curculio assimilis Paykull, 1792 (currently Ceutorhynchus assimilis; Insecta, Coleoptera)
  96. Avirulence management for durable control of stem canker of oilseed rape in Europe
  97. Key pests and their parasitoids on spring and winter oilseed rape in Estonia
  98. Prediction of transmembrane region adjacencies in membrane proteins
  99. Disorder and deficiency - was this really the Plant Clinic in 2006?
  100. A commentary on the BRIGHT Programme on herbicide tolerant crops and the implications of the BRIGHT and Farm Scale Evaluation Programmes for the development of herbicide tolerant crops in Europe
  101. Storage protein - synthesis
  102. Storage protein - intolerance and allergies
  103. Storage protein
  104. Protein superfamilies
  105. Proteins - non-storage
  106. Osborne fractions
  107. Essential amino acids
  108. Lessons from field scale WUE - inherent variability and options for crop selection and management
  109. New and traditional methods for the analysis of unreplicated experiments
  110. Bee movement and pollen flow across the landscape
  111. Cereal cyst nematodes: a new ball game
  112. DNA fingerprinting methodology to monitor infectivity, competition and rhizosphere competence of Pochonia chlamydosporia isolates within bulk soil, rhizoshere and Meloidogyne incognita egg masses
  113. El "grupo papa" del nematodo "Falso Agallador" (Nacobbus aberrans sensu lato Thorne & Allen) rango de hospedantes y su relevancia para la exportacion de hortalizas
  114. A new paradigm for Nacobbus aberrans
  115. Assessing genetic diversity of Pochonia chlamydosporia populations using ERIC primers
  116. Transcriptional adaptation of Mycosphaerella graminicola to programmed cell death (PCD) of its susceptible wheat host
  117. The transcriptional changes of a hemibiotrophic fungal pathogen during successful adaptation to hypersensitive response-like programmed cell death of its plant host
  118. A natural infection of Hebe is associated with an isolate of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' causing a yellowing and little-leaf disease in the UK
  119. Exploiting T. monococcum as a model for detection of traits, genes and variant alleles and for identifying phenotype:genotype relationships
  120. Exploiting T. monococcum as a model for detection of traits, genes and variant alleles and for identifying phenotype:genotype relationships
  121. Comparative studies of cereal cyst nematode, Heterodera spp., populations from Scandinavia
  122. Effects of successive seasons of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant maize cropping on weeds and invertebrates
  123. Building trans-Atlantic links in fight against plant pathogen
  124. The host: Resistance gene isolation and realising the potential
  125. BIOEXPLOIT Project
  126. To build pyramids of major R genes and QTLs by marker-assisted introgression into elite material. BIOEXPLOIT Progress Report D5.2.1 on Workpackage WP5.2
  127. Phenotypic analysis and functional characterisation of allele variance in customised core collections. BIOEXPLOIT Progress Report D4.2.1.2 on Workpackage WP4.2
  128. Tactics for the management of Meloidogyne populations in protected crop systems in Cuba
  129. Morphological, molecular and serological characterisation of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus isolates
  130. Immunological detection of pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
  131. OREGIN - the Defra-funded Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement Network
  132. Development and uptake of a scheme for predicting risk of severe light leaf spot on oilseed rape
  133. Biological and chemical characterisation of microsites in the rhizosphere
  134. Novel method to investigate spatiotemporal trends in rhizosphere bacterial communities
  135. Self-incompatibility in Papaver targets soluble inorganic pyrophosphatases in pollen
  136. Understanding Pasteuria nematode interactions: developing some tools to exploit two genomes
  137. Fecundity manipulation in Caenorhabditis elegans using exogenous peptides
  138. Transcriptome profiling of the response of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates to triazole fungicides using cDNA microarrays
  139. Transcriptome profiling of the response of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates to triazole fungicides using cDNA microarrays
  140. Monitoring active bacterial communities in soil
  141. Evolution of azole resistance mechanisms in UK populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola
  142. In planta expression analysis in Mycosphaerella graminicola of genes encoding efflux proteins
  143. Dominant-negative interference with defence signalling by truncation mutations of the tomato Cf-9 disease resistance gene
  144. Molecular genetics to identify genes involved in the pathogenicity of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  145. Application of quantitative real-time PCR to monitor Rynchosporium secalis in barley cultivars
  146. Basil little leaf: a new disease associated with a phytoplasma of the 16Srl (Aster Yellows) group in Cuba
  147. Does it matter if the leaves disappear? The causes and effects of defoliation
  148. Pest control in years gone by (A dusting of soot and trampling underfoot)
  149. Virus diseases
  150. The ins and outs of peroxisomes: co-ordination of membrane transport and peroxisomal metabolism
  151. A model-based sugar yield forecasting system
  152. Nanomechanical force measurements of gliadin protein interactions
  153. The Representative Soil Sampling Scheme of England and Wales: a statistical analysis of topsoil nutrient status and pH between 1971 and 2001
  154. Plant Pathology is not just for Christmas...Christmas dinners depend on control of plant diseases worldwide
  155. Close rotation beet - avoid the pitfalls
  156. Identification of genes differentially expressed in sugar beet roots in response to challenge by Polymyxa graminis
  157. Forward genetics for gene discovery in wheat
  158. Which seed treatment? A resume of seed treatment options available to growers in 2007
  159. Nematodes of sugar beet part 3: stem and root-knot nematodes
  160. A new method to estimate boundary models for biological datasets
  161. Formulating an early-warning model for Septoria tritici
  162. Crop rotations and weed population dynamics: effects of cyclic permutations and initial conditions
  163. Establishing the risk of introgression of insecticide resistance for Bemisia tabaci
  164. Aerial surveys - images from two decades of yield predictions
  165. Importance of airborne contamination during dressing of beef and lamb carcasses
  166. Sex attractant pheromone from the rice stalk stink bug, Tibraca limbativentris Stal
  167. Molecular genetics to identify genes involved in the pathogenicity of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  168. Maximizing yield potential with fungicides
  169. Cadmium uptake, translocation and tolerance in the hyperaccumulator Arabidopsis halleri
  170. Second generation transport biofuels: a mission to the Netherlands, Germany and Finland. DTI Global Watch Mission Report
  171. Forecasting UK populations of Deroceras reticulatum (Muller) in relation to climate
  172. The role of clay, organic carbon and long-term management on mouldboard plough draught measured on the Broadbalk wheat experiment at Rothamsted
  173. Getting the most out of fluorescent amplified fragment length polymorphism
  174. A terrestrial biotic ligand model. 1. Development and application to Cu and Ni toxicities to barley root elongation in soils
  175. Terrestrial biotic ligand model. 2. Application to Ni and Cu toxicities to plants, invertebrates and microbes in soil
  176. Preface to sorghum and millets reviews
  177. Quantifying the dormancy of Alopecurus myosuroides seeds produced by plants exposed to different soil moisture and temperature regimes
  178. A functional group approach to the management of UK arable weeds to support biological diversity
  179. Using a process model and regression kriging to improve predictions of nitrous oxide emissions from soil
  180. Begomovirus evolution and disease management
  181. A bifunctional delta12, delta15-desaturase from Acanthamoeba castellanii directs the synthesis of highly unusual n -1 series unsaturated fatty acids
  182. Identification of Primula "front-end" desaturases with distinct n -6 or n -3 substrate preferences
  183. Ballooning dispersal in arthropod taxa with convergent behaviours: dynamic properties of ballooning silk in turbulent flows
  184. Do distantly related parasites rely on the same proximate factors to alter the behaviour of their hosts?
  185. Lewia hordeicola sp. nov. from barley grain
  186. Triticum monococcum, the ancient grain which turned stone age nomads into farmers
  187. Electrophysiological responses of the lepidopterous stemborers Chilo partellus and Busseola fusca to volatiles from wild and cultivated host plants
  188. The Pathogen-Host Interactions database (PHI-base) provides insights into generic and novel themes of pathogenicity
  189. The migration of insect vectors of plant and animal viruses
  190. Harnessing sorghum and millet biotechnology for food and health
  191. Formation of high levels of acrylamide during the processing of flour derived from sulfate-deprived wheat
  192. Yeast complementation reveals a role for an Arabidopsis thaliana late embryogenesis abundant (LEA)-like protein in oxidative stress tolerance
  193. Differential regulation of the Chlamydomonas Nar1 gene family by carbon and nitrogen
  194. Electrochemical methods and measuring transmembrane ion gradients
  195. Adaptive sampling and reconnaissance surveys for geostatistical mapping of the soil
  196. Baseline values and change in the soil, and implications for monitoring
  197. The representation of complex soil variation on wavelet packet bases
  198. On spatial prediction of soil properties in the presence of a spatial trend: the empirical best linear unbiased predictor (E-BLUP) with REML
  199. Working Group Integrated Control in Oilseed Crops (1979-present)
  200. Evolutionary epidemiology of plant virus disease
  201. Farm Scale Evaluations follow-up assessments of weed and soil seedbank: 2004-2006. Final report
  202. Late-flying Silver-ground Carpets Xanthoroe montanata D.& S. (Lep.: Geometridae) in Scotland - evidence of a second generation?
  203. The Scarce Hook-tip Sabra harpagula Esp. (Lep.: Drepanidae) new to the Channel Islands
  204. Unusual flight time of the Sword-grass Xylena exoleta (L.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Perthshire
  205. Aberrant Blood-vein Timandra comae Peters (Lep.: Geometridae) in Carmarthenshire
  206. Further evidence of a second generation of Chrysoteuchia culmella (L.) (Lep.: Pyralidae) in Hertfordshire
  207. Investigating the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) during Mycosphaerella graminicola infection of wheat
  208. Host specificity exhibited by populations of endospores of Pasteuria penetrans to the juvenile and male cuticles of Meloidogyne hapla
  209. Epidemiology and integrated control of Nacobbus aberrans on tomato in Mexico
  210. Exploitation of immunofluorescence for the quantification and characterization of small numbers of Pasteuria endospores
  211. Narcissus symptomless virus: a new carlavirus of daffodils
  212. Kafirin structure and functionality
  213. Quality assurance from the auditor's point of view
  214. A comparison of rarefaction and Bayesian methods for predicting the allelic richness of future samples on the basis of currently available samples
  215. AtGCN2 is involved in response to limitation of amino acid biosynthesis in arabidopsis plants
  216. Characterisation of T-DNA loci and vector backbone sequences in transgenic wheat produced by Agrobacterium -mediated transformation
  217. Sustainable management of nematodes in east and southern Africa requires capacity building in the region
  218. Managing soil organic matter - possibilities and limitations
  219. Production of semiochemical and allelobiotic agents as a consequence of aphid feeding
  220. Automated structure extraction and XML conversion of life science database flat files
  221. Reducing potential gene escape in time by appropriate post-harvest tillage - Evidence from field experiments with oilseed rape at 10 sites in Europe
  222. A new method for electrophysiological identification of antennal pH receptor cells in ground beetles: the example of Pterostichus aethiops (Panzer,1796) (Coleoptera, Carabidae)
  223. Dispersal of Beauveria bassiana by the activity of nettle insects
  224. Biphasic behaviour in malignant invasion
  225. Reductions and changing patterns of ambient PCDD/Fs in the UK: evidence and implications
  226. Transcriptional regulation of gibberellin metabolism genes by auxin signaling in Arabidopsis
  227. Deteccao imunologica do nematode-da-madeira-do-pinheiro, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
  228. The effects of rain on the erosion threshold of intertidal cohesive sediments
  229. How far might medium-term weather forecasts improve nitrogen fertiliser use and benefit arable farming in the England and Wales?
  230. The type III pseudomonal exotoxin U activates the c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase pathway and increases human epithelial interleukin-8 production
  231. Functional evaluation of plant defence signalling against Fusarium ear blight disease in Arabidopsis
  232. Impact of changes in the target P450 CYP51 enzyme associated with altered triazole-sensitivity in fungal pathogens of cereal crops
  233. The Sbm 1 locus conferring resistance to Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus maps to a gene-rich region on 5DL in wheat
  234. Integrating parasitoids into management of pollen beetle on oilseed rape
  235. Detection and quantification of the soil microbial biomass - impacts on the management of agricultural soils
  236. Estimating soil carbon sequestration under elevated CO2 by combining carbon isotope labelling with soil carbon cycle modelling
  237. Overexpression of a bacterial 1-deoxy-D-xylulose 5-phosphate synthase gene in potato tubers perturbs the isoprenoid metabolic network: implications for the control of the tuber life cycle
  238. Inhibition of cysteine proteinase activity alters leaf senescence patterns and enhances abiotic stress tolerance in genetically modified tobacco
  239. Legume improvement for environmental stress protection: the LEGIM project
  240. On testing biological data for the presence of a boundary
  241. Estimating a boundary line model for a biological response by maximum likelihood
  242. Transient population dynamics in periodic matrix models: methodology and effects of cyclic permutations
  243. A canopy approach to nitrogen fertilizer recommendations for the sugar beet crop
  244. The potential allergenicity of two 2S albumins from soybean (Glycine max) : a protein microarray approach
  245. Pasture and sheep responses to lime application in a grazing experiment in a high-rainfall area, south-eastern Australia. I. Pasture production
  246. Improving the diversity of resistance in wheat to Fusarium ear blight disease
  247. The air spora: a manual for catching and identifying airborne biological particles
  248. A sequence-tagged linkage map of Brassica rapa
  249. Response of interspecific Brassica juncea/Brassica rapa hybrids and their advanced progenies to Albugo candida (white blister)
  250. Acclimation of adaxial and abaxial stomatal structure and function to increased CO2 availability in maize leaves
  251. Dynamic SIMS analysis of cryo-prepared biological and geological specimens
  252. Microbial biomass dynamics in recently air-dried and rewetted soils compared to others stored air-dry for up to 103 years
  253. Investigating the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) during Mycosphaerella graminicola infection of wheat
  254. 'Push-pull' strategies for pest management in agroecosystems
  255. Rapid declines of common, widespread British moths provide evidence of an insect biodiversity crisis
  256. Long-term management impacts on soil C, N and physical fertility. Part 1: Broadbalk experiment
  257. Molecular and ultrastructural studies in Barley Mild Mosaic Virus transmission by Polymyxa graminis
  258. Delayed cuticular penetration and enhanced metabolism of deltamethrin in pyrethroid-resistant strains of Helicoverpa armigera from China and Pakistan
  259. Is it nitrate that threatens life or the scare about nitrate?
  260. Use of an individual-based model to forecast the effect of climate change on the dynamics, abundance and geographical range of the pest slug Deroceras reticulatum in the UK
  261. The Kalman filter for the pedologist's tool kit
  262. Parsimonious modelling of nutrient fluxes for a terrestrial ecosystem on Svalbard
  263. Host propagation permits extreme local adaptation in a social parasite of ants
  264. Alterations in sphingolipid synthesis in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana is associated with cell polarity and developmental defects
  265. Soluble proteins in insect chemical communication
  266. Chemically mediated intraguild predator avoidance by aphid parasitoids: interspecific variability in sensitivity to semiochemical trails of ladybird predators
  267. Farmers Weekly academy: blackgrass
  268. Food quality and safety issues concerning elements that are essential or contaminants in crops
  269. Chemosensory proteins and odorant binding proteins in aphids
  270. The role of the protein kinase SnRK1 in regulating carbohydrate metabolism
  271. Effects of different cultivated or weed grasses, grown as pure stands or in combination with wheat, on take-all and its suppression in subsequent wheat crops
  272. Soil factors affecting heavy metal solubility in some New Zealand soils
  273. Spatial imaging, speciation, and quantification of selenium in the hyperaccumulator plants Astragalus bisulcatus and Stanleya pinnata
  274. Investigating the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) during Mycosphaerella graminicola infection of wheat
  275. Investigating the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) during Mycosphaerella graminicola infection of wheat
  276. A taxonomic review of the fungally-transmitted viruses
  277. Genome and EST analyses and expression of a gene family with putative functions in insect chemoreception
  278. Complete nucleotide sequence and affinities of the genomic RNA of Narcissus common latent virus (genus Carlavirus )
  279. An optimal pooling strategy applied to high-throughput screening for rare marker-free transformants
  280. Issues concerning the design and analysis of comparative field experiments
  281. Estimating the spatial scales of regionalized variables by nested sampling, hierarchical analysis of variance and residual maximum likelihood
  282. Extracellular Ca2+ ameliorates NaC1-induced K+ loss from Arabidopsis root and leaf cells by controlling plasma membrane K+-permeable channels
  283. Using weather generators in crop modelling
  284. Take-all control: new information on seed treatments
  285. Stochastic simulation of Lagrangian trajectories in near-wall turbulence
  286. On the intermittent behaviour of foraging animals
  287. Partitioning climatic drought into effects of water stress and hot temperature in the UK
  288. Soil microbial biomass activation by trace amounts of readily available substrate
  289. Cloning and functional characterisation of a cis -muuroladiene synthase from black peppermint (Mentha x piperita) and direct evidence for a chemotype unable to synthesise farnesene
  290. Fish oils from plants
  291. Modelling protein content and composition in relation to crop nitrogen dynamics for wheat
  292. A naturally occurring epigenetic mutation in a gene encoding an SPB-box transcription factor inhibits tomato fruit ripening
  293. Carbon partitioning and export in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana with altered capacity for sucrose synthesis grown at low temperature: a role for metabolite transporters
  294. Dietary nitrate: where is the risk?
  295. Farmers' perceptions of importance, control practices and alternative hosts of maize stemborers in Uganda
  296. Weed seed resources for birds in fields with contrasting conventional and genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  297. The movement and host-selection of three inflorescence insect pests of oilseed rape and their parasitoids in relation to host-plant characteristics and environmental conditions
  298. Photosynthesis coming of age to meet the needs of the 21st century: an invitation to the 14th international congress on photosynthesis research in 2007
  299. Analysis of the role of COMATOSE and peroxisomal beta-oxidation in the determination of germination potential in Arabidopsis
  300. Coexistence of related pathogen species on arable crops in space and time
  301. RothCUK - a dynamic modelling system for estimating changes in soil C from mineral soils at 1-km resolution in the UK
  302. Complete nucleotide sequence of the genomic RNA of Narcissus yellow stripe virus from Chinese narcissus in Zhangzhou city, China. Annotated sequence record
  303. Long-term submergence-induced elongation in Rumex palustris requires abscisic acid-dependent biosynthesis of gibberellin1
  304. Aphid alarm pheromone produced by transgenic plants affects aphid and parasitoid behavior
  305. Reply to Young et al. (2006) on the paper of Zhao et al. (2005) "Does ergosterol concentration provide a reliable estimate of soil fungal biomass?"
  306. Natural occurrence of pathogens of oilseed rape pests in agricultural fields in Europe
  307. Reproduction, physiology and biochemistry
  308. The analysis of longitudinal data using mixed model L-splines
  309. Behaviour and sensory perception
  310. On chirality and turbulent dispersion
  311. Products of leaf primary carbon metabolism modulate the developmental programme determining plant morphology
  312. Addressing the problems with life-science databases for traditional uses and systems
  313. Plant nematology
  314. A modular system for trapping and mass-marking bumblebees: applications for studying food choice and foraging range
  315. Iron transporters may be involved in high Cd uptake by the hyperaccumulator species Thlaspi caerulescens
  316. Improving the diversity of race-non-specific resistance mechanisms available in wheat to combat fusarium ear blight disease
  317. Spatio-temporal variability of some metal concentrations in the soil of eastern England, and implications for soil monitoring
  318. Phylogenetic relationships among Zygomycetes from soil based on ITS1/2 rDNA sequences
  319. Graph-based analysis and visualization of experimental results with ONDEX
  320. Quality control for terms and definitions in ontologies and taxonomies
  321. Combined control of Striga hermonthica and stemborers by maize-Desmodium spp. intercrops
  322. Strigolactones in chemical ecology: waste products or vital allelochemicals?
  323. An improved system to establish highly embryogenic haploid cell and protoplast cultures from pollen calluses of maize (Zea mays L.)
  324. Grass weeds, grass covers and take-all risk
  325. Late-flying specimens of Pyla fusca (Haw.) (Lep.: Pyralidae) in Hertfordshire
  326. The Juniper Pug, Eupithecia pusillata (D. & S.) (Lep.: Geometridae), a first for Jersey
  327. Major genetic changes in wheat with potential to affect disease tolerance
  328. A potential role for collagen in the attachment of Pasteuria penetrans to nematode cuticle
  329. The influence of season, agricultural management and soil properties on gross nitrogen transformations and bacterial community structure
  330. Seasonal variation in the migration strategies of the green lacewing Chrysoperla carnea species complex
  331. Herbicide safener mode of action in wheat and rice: a proteomic approach
  332. A metabolomic study of substantial equivalence of field-grown genetically modified wheat
  333. Integrating biological control within IPM for winter oilseed rape in Europe: an overview of the MASTER project
  334. Bee-mediated infection of inflorescence pests of oilseed rape by the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae
  335. Changes in oxylipins in compatible and incompatible interactions between oilseed rape and the downy mildew pathogen Peronospora parasitica
  336. Insect pests and their natural enemies on spring oilseed rape in Estonia: impact of cropping systems
  337. Roles for redox regulation in leaf senescence of pea plants grown on different sources of nitrogen nutrition
  338. Sustainable management of nematodes in east and southern Africa requires capacity building in the region
  339. Ecology of Pochonia chlamydosporia and its activity against root-knot nematodes
  340. Transformationand expression of high molecular weight glutenin subunit genes in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties
  341. Comparative field performance over 3 years and two sites of transgenic wheat lines expressing HMW subunit transgenes
  342. Cooperative random Levy flight searches and the flight patterns of honeybees
  343. The use of soil survey data to determine the magnitude and extent of historic metal deposition related to atmospheric smelter emissions across Humberside, UK
  344. Ascorbate oxidase-dependent changes in the redox state of the apoplast modulate gene transcript accumulation leading to modified hormone signaling and orchestration of defense processes in tobacco
  345. Chemoattractants and nematode orientation in soil
  346. Modulation of plant morphology, root architecture and cell structure by low vitamin C in Arabidopsis thaliana
  347. Tritrophic interactions and chemical ecology of a non-crop plant-aphid-parasitoid system
  348. Plant food allergens
  349. Maize stemborer predator activity under 'push-pull' system and Bt-maize: a potential component in managing Bt resistance
  350. Production of high-starch, low-glucose potatoes through over-expression of the metabolic regulator SnRK1
  351. Total and soluble fluorine concentrations in relation to properties of soils in New Zealand
  352. Comparison of zonal RANS and LES for a non-isothermal ribbed channel flow
  353. Geostatistical mapping of geomorphic variables in the presence of trend
  354. Transcriptome analysis reveals differentially expressed storage protein transcripts in seeds of Aegilops and wheat
  355. Managing polycropping to enhance soil system productivity: a case study from Africa
  356. Synthesis of 9-methylgermacrene B, racemate of the sex pheromone of Lutzomyia longipalpis (Lapinha), from the renewable source, Geranium macrorrhizum essential oil
  357. Synthesis of low molecular weight thiols in response to Cd exposure in Thlaspi caerulescens
  358. Preface: oxygen metabolism coming up ROSes: a holistic view of the redox metabolism of plant cells
  359. Nutrient sensing in plant meristems
  360. Photosynthesis: taking Mother Nature's golden lead to make energy from the sun
  361. The use of monoclonal phage antibodies for the detection of the pinewood nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
  362. The use of Pochonia chlamydosporia under intensive vegetable production - efficacy and in vitro stability
  363. Exploiting genomics to gain insights into the pasteuria-nematode interaction
  364. How do we make the public aware of nematodes?
  365. Effect of plant hormones and root diffusates on nematode behaviour
  366. Effect of zinc metalloproteinase inhibitors on nematode infection of plants
  367. Immunological tools for quantification and characterisation of Pasteuria endospores
  368. Sensing nitrogen status in mosses
  369. The effect of harvest date on the yield and mineral content of Phalaris arundinacea L. (reed canary grass) genotypes screened for their potential as energy crops in southern England
  370. Functionality of resistance gene Hero which controls plant root-infecting potato cyst nematodes, in leaves of tomato
  371. Behavior of pesticides in sediment/water systems in outdoor mesocosms
  372. The geostatistical analysis of experiments at the landscape-scale
  373. Transgenesis has less impact on the transcriptome of wheat grain than conventional breeding
  374. Inter-relationships between light and respiration in the control of ascorbic acid synthesis and accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana leaves
  375. Soils and environmental issues [Chapter 17]
  376. Wind direction and the direction of flights of parasitoids to oilseed rape: implications for IPM
  377. Nematode interactions in nature: models for sustainable control of nematode pests of crop plants?
  378. Host resistance and the evolutionary response of plant viruses
  379. Identity of parasitoids and their potential for biocontrol of oilseed rape pests in Europe
  380. Cyst nematodes
  381. Microscopy reveals disease control through novel effects on fungal development: a case study with an early-generation benzophenone fungicide
  382. Characterisation of deformed wing and slow paralysis virus transmission by Varroa destructor
  383. Plant volatiles yielding new ways to exploit plant defence
  384. Quantification of the effects of contrasting crops in the development of soil structure: an organic conversion
  385. Evaluation of farming systems to enhance biological control in oilseed rape
  386. Effects of post-harvest soil tillage on the survival of key parasitoids of oilseed rape pests
  387. Pest problems in oilseed rape and how to deal with them: the farmers' perspective
  388. Implementation of IPM stratgeies: constraints and motivations to change farming practices
  389. Oilseed rape growers' knowledge of and attitudes towards IPM
  390. Resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) in Brassica napus (oilseed rape) induced by L. biglobosa and chemical defence activators in field and controlled environments
  391. PH regulation of carbon and nitrogen dynamics in two agricultural soils
  392. MASTER: construction of phenological models of key parasitoids in Europe and propsects for spray windows compatible with their conservation in winter oilseed rape
  393. MASTER: validation of existing phenological models of the proPlant DSS for key pests in winter oilseed rape in different climatic areas in Europe and prospects for IPM
  394. Effectiveness of entomopathogenic nematodes in the control of oilseed rape pests
  395. Calculation of the compression index and precompression stress from soil compression test data
  396. Initial results from long-term field studies at three sites on the effects of heavy metal-amended liquid sludges on soil microbial activity
  397. Phytoplasma disease surveys in Tonga, New Caledonia and Vanuatu
  398. Manipulating carbon metabolism to enhance stress tolerance (Short circuiting photorespiration in tobacco). PhD thesis, University of Lancaster
  399. Key predator species in oilseed rape crops - a review of literature and MASTER results
  400. Modelling insecticide-binding sites in the voltage-gated sodium channel
  401. The roles of olfaction and vision in host-plant finding by the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella
  402. Diel periodicity in the production of green leaf volatiles by wild and cultivated host plants of stemborer moths, Chilo partellus and Busseola fusca
  403. The use of genetic transformation to determine the molecular basis for grain texture in wheat
  404. Sex pheromone of the soybean aphid, Aphis glycines Matsumura, and its potential use in semiochemical-based control
  405. Sulphur speciation and turnover in soils: evidence from sulphur K-edge XANES spectroscopy and isotope dilution studies
  406. Effects of sulphur on yield and malting qualities of barley
  407. Where have Britain's moths gone?
  408. Does soil strength play a role in wheat yield losses caused by soil drying?
  409. Influence of soil properties and aging on arsenic phytotoxicity
  410. Significance and occurrence of the temperate ribotypes of Polymyxa graminis
  411. The Park Grass Experiment 1856-2006: its contribution to ecology
  412. Genetic manipulation of gluten structure and function
  413. The high-molecular-weight subunits of glutenin
  414. Healthgrain
  415. Nitrate assimilation in the forage legume Lotus japonicus L.
  416. Rothamsted Research: guide to the classical and other long-term experiments, datasets and sample archive
  417. Visual and PCR assessment of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) cultivars
  418. Exploring appressorial formation in the cereal biotroph powdery mildew
  419. The effect of crop and pest management on the evolution within the sweet potato whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  420. Properties of CA1P phosphatase and its role in rubisco regulation
  421. Large-scale fungicide spray heterogeneity and the regional spread of resistant pathogen strains
  422. Detection and avoidance of an entomopathogenic fungus by a generalist insect predator
  423. Regular periods of abdominal contractions recorded from larvae of the bumblebee, Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
  424. Dispersal of foliar plant pathogens: mechanisms, gradients and spatial patterns
  425. The re-assimilation of ammonia produced by photorespiration and the nitrogen economy of C3 higher plants
  426. Environmental biophysics applied to the dispersal of fungal spores by rain-splash
  427. Field evaluation of in situ remediation of a heavy metal contaminated soil using lime and red-mud
  428. Pest and disease management system for supporting winter oilseed rape decisions (PASSWORD) - vaildation phase (HGCA Project Report No. 390)
  429. Development and field testing of fungicide anti-resistance strategies, with particular reference to strobilurin QoI group of fungicides. (HGCA Project Report No. 392)
  430. Exploitation of host plant preferences in pest management strategies for oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  431. Dynamics of aerenchyma distribution in the cortex of sulfate-deprived adventitious roots of maize
  432. Effect of pretreatment with piperonyl butoxide on pyrethroid efficacy against insecticide-resistant Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and Bemisia tabaci (Sternorrhyncha: Aleyrodidae)
  433. Comparison of repetitive sequences derived from high molecular weight subunits of wheat glutenin, an elastomeric plant protein
  434. Development and validation of 'weed management support system' (Weed Manager). HGCA project report no. 388
  435. Heterologous expression and protein engineering of wheat gluten proteins
  436. Long-term trends in aerial insect populations. Final report to English Nature
  437. The alternative pathway C20 delta8-desaturase from the non-photosynthetic organism Acanthamoeba castellanii is an atypical cytochrome b5 -fusion desaturase
  438. A coherent set of future land use change scenarios for Europe
  439. Members of the Arabidopsis FAE1-like 3-ketoacyl-CoA synthase gene family substitute for the Elop proteins of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  440. Progress towards the production of very long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid in transgenic plants: plant metabolic engineering comes of age
  441. Transactivated and chemically inducible gene expression in plants
  442. Karl Popper and climate models: reflections on an essay by Henk Tennekes
  443. Control of sulfur uptake, assimilation and metabolism
  444. Photosynthetic carbon-nitrogen interactions: modelling inter-pathway control and signalling
  445. Signaling and integration of defense functions of tocopherol, ascorbate and glutathione
  446. Distributions and interactions of the stem miners Psylliodes chrysocephala and Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus and their parasitoids in a crop of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  447. Glutamine transport and feedback regulation of nitrate reductase activity in barley roots leads to changes in cytosolic nitrate pools
  448. Mechanical impedance and nutrient acquisition in rice
  449. Population proteomics: an emerging discipline to study metapopulation ecology
  450. Function and transcript analysis of gibberellin-biosynthetic enzymes in wheat
  451. Relative importance of substrate type and previous soil management in synthesis of microbial biomass and substrate mineralization
  452. The effect of insecticide application sequences on the control and insecticide resistance status of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae), on field crops of potato
  453. Host resistance to Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus and Soil-borne wheat mosiac virus
  454. Assessment of the potential of Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum) varieties as trap plants for management of Chilo partellus
  455. Soil moisture mediates association between the winter North Atlantic Oscillation and summer growth in the Park Grass Experiment
  456. Strigol: biogenesis and physiological activity
  457. Managing sulphur metabolism in plants
  458. Light leaf spot risk reduced due to "dry" winter
  459. Investigating the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) during Mycosphaerella graminicola infection of wheat
  460. Development of a push-pull strategy for control of oilseed rape pests
  461. Distribution of environmental mycobacteria in Karonga District, Northern Malawi
  462. Two new cysteine proteinases with specific expression patterns in mature and senescent tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) leaves
  463. Fitness of hybrids between rapeseed (Brassica napus) and wild Brassica rapa in natural habitats
  464. Fitness cost associated with loss of the AvrLm4 avirulence function in Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker of oilseed rape)
  465. World-wide importance of phoma stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  466. Field evaluation of Cd and Zn phytoextraction potential by the hyperaccumulators Thlaspi caerulescens and Arabidopsis halleri
  467. Chewing the fat: beta-oxidation in signalling and development
  468. Pests and diseases in sugar beet in 2005
  469. All shapes, sizes and colours. Sugar beet deformities and curiosities
  470. Sugar beet conference in Cambridge - short and sweet?
  471. Growth of beet crops in 2005
  472. Modelling the variability of UK sugar beet yields under climate change and husbandry adaptations
  473. Weeds and weed control
  474. Water use and irrigation
  475. Pests
  476. Fungal and bacterial diseases
  477. Detection and characterisation of a second potyvirus from Thunberg fritillary in China
  478. Comparison of soil solution speciation and diffusive gradients in thin-films measurement as an indicator of copper bioavailability to plants
  479. The potential distribution of bioenergy crops in Europe under present and future climate
  480. Factors influencing begomovirus evolution and their increasing global significance: implications for sustainable control
  481. Soil factors controlling the expression of copper toxicity to plants in a wide range of European soils
  482. Spatial analysis of model error, illustrated by soil carbon dioxide emissions
  483. Simulated beetle defoliation on willow genotypes in mixture and monotype plantations
  484. A celebration of 150 years of the Park Grass Experiment
  485. Durability of resistance and cost of virulence
  486. Redox regulation of peroxiredoxin and proteinases by ascorbate and thiols during pea root nodule senescence
  487. Initial results from a long-term, multi-site field study of the effects on soil fertility and microbial activity of sludge cakes containing heavy metals
  488. The short-term growth response to salt of the developing barley leaf
  489. Foreword
  490. Sustainable strategies for managing Brassica napus (oilseed rape) resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) (Reprinted from European Journal of Plant Pathology Volume 114 Issue 1, 2006)
  491. Understanding resistance of oilseed rape to Pyrenopeziza brassicae (Cylindrosporium concentricum) (Project report to GIE Procolza and HGCA)
  492. Kinetics of metal fixation in soils: measurement and modeling by isotopic dilution
  493. Dispersal of Avena fatua and Avena sterilis patches by natural dissemination, soil tillage and combine harvesters
  494. Effects of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant cropping systems on weed seedbanks in two years of following crops
  495. The influence of the atmospheric boundary layer on nocturnal layers of noctuids and other moths migrating over southern Britain
  496. Plant protein families as a basis for predicting the allergenicity of food proteins
  497. Blue baby links
  498. Managing herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) : theory and practice
  499. Engineering and genetic approaches to modulating the glutathione network in plants
  500. Temperature and leaf wetness duration affect phenotypic expression of Rlm6 -mediated resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus
  501. Regulation of carbon and amino acid metabolism: roles of sucrose nonfermenting-1-related protein kinase-1 and general control nondepressible-2-related protein kinase
  502. A new era in plant metabolism research reveals a bright future for bio-fortification and human nutrition
  503. The state of Britain's larger moths
  504. Farm Scale Evaluations of spring-sown genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops: a statistical assessment
  505. Solar biological energy - how to split water using energy from sunlight
  506. Peroxisomal ABC transporters
  507. Antisense reduction of serine hydroxymethyltransferase results in diurnal displacement of NH+4 assimilation in leaves of Solanum tuberosum
  508. Molecular analysis of a durum wheat 'stay green' mutant: expression pattern of photosynthesis-related genes
  509. Using multi-environment sugar beet variety trials to screen for drought tolerance
  510. Herbicide resistance: new threats, new solutions?
  511. Agronomy
  512. Enhanced seed phytosterol accumulation through expression of a modified HMG-CoA reductase
  513. Is there a future for GM crops in the UK?
  514. Genetic variability and distribution of mating type alleles in field populations of Leptosphaeria maculans from France
  515. Development of sugar beet
  516. Scientific citizenship and good governance: implications for biotechnology
  517. Improving crop profitability by using minimum cultivation and exploiting grass weed ecology (HGCA Project Report No. 381)
  518. Effect of fungal infection on the reproductive potential of aphids and their progeny
  519. The role of semiochemicals in host location and non-host avoidance by salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) copepodids
  520. The application of genetic engineering to the improvement of cereal grain quality
  521. From primitive selection to genetic modification, ten thousand years of plant breeding
  522. Risk assessment, regulation and labeling
  523. Development of biotech crops in China
  524. Advances in transformation technologies
  525. Optimising nutritional quality of crops
  526. Plant Biotechnology: Current and Future Applications of Genetically Modified Crops
  527. Biofortification of UK food crops with selenium
  528. The characteristics and improvement of plant storage proteins
  529. Effect of fuel properties on biomass combustion: Part I. Experiments - fuel type, equivalence ratio and particle size
  530. Choosing responses
  531. Life in earth: the impact of GM plants on soil ecology?
  532. Aberrant growth and conidiation in wild-type cultures of Fusarium species from wheat
  533. Specification of adaxial and abaxial stomata, epidermal structure and photosynthesis to CO2 enrichment in maize leaves
  534. The recovery over several seasons of 15N-labelled fertilizer applied to Miscanthus x giganteus ranging from 1 to 3 years old
  535. Enhanced biological cycling of phosphorus increases its availability to crops in low-input sub-Saharan farming systems
  536. Improved resistance management for durable disease control: a case study of phoma stem canker of oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  537. PHI-base: a new database for pathogen host interactions
  538. Bizarre interactions and endgames: entomopathogenic fungi and their arthropod hosts
  539. Molecular characterisation of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunits from the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae)
  540. DPVweb: a comprehensive database of plant and fungal virus genes and genomes
  541. Individual based model of slug population and spatial dynamics
  542. Large-scale temporal changes in spatial pattern during declines of abundance and occupancy in a common moth
  543. Scale and causes of lead contamination in Chinese tea
  544. Effect of soil characteristics on Cd uptake by the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  545. Farmer Focus Groups - The Grassland Challenge experience
  546. N flow and N efficiency in legumes based systems: a system overview
  547. Strategies to reduce diffuse pollution from cattle slurry applications
  548. Managements to achieve botanical diversification of improved grassland by natural recolonisation (NATREC)
  549. Updating the inventories of ammonia, nitrous oxide and methane from UK agriculture for the years 2002-2005
  550. Development of a geospatial data-based nutrient model at the global scale: influence of dataset spatial resolution on Kappa map comparison statistics, catchment descriptors and model results
  551. Fluorescent tracing of slurry to headwater streams
  552. Validating the MAVIS model for optimising incorporation of litter-based manures to reduce ammonia emissions
  553. Review of the diet and micro-habitat values for wildlife and the agronomic potential of selected grassland plant species
  554. Green Dairy in south west England - can we help farmers to be greener and maintain their income?
  555. Ecoflood Guidelines: How to use floodplains for flood risk reduction
  556. SIMSDAIRY - a modelling framework to identify new integrated diary production systems
  557. Blueprints model - a simple model to simulate combinations of the efficiency controls for hypothetical, economically and environmentally sustainable systems
  558. NCYCLE_IRL: A model to predict N fluxes in Irish grasslands
  559. NUTGRANJA 2.0- a simple model to explore the effects of different management strategies on N and P losses from dairy systems
  560. Managing dirty water to reduce slurry volumes on UK dairy farms
  561. Nitrous oxide and methane emissions from unmanaged wet areas of intensive dairy systems
  562. Agronomic use of fish sludge
  563. Farm-gate nitrogen and phosphate balances
  564. A measure-centric approach to diffuse pollution modelling and cost curve analysis of mitigation measures
  565. Economic implications of minimising diffuse nitrogen pollution from livestock manures
  566. Assessing the cost-effectiveness of integrated measures to decrease loss of nitrate, phosphorus and faecal indicator organisms
  567. Influence of application rate and method on nitrogen losses from slurry applied to grassland
  568. Comparison of models used for the calculation of national ammonia emission inventories from agriculture in Europe
  569. Comparison of models and measurements for whole-farm ammonia emissions
  570. Recycling of manure and organic wastes - a whole-farm perspective
  571. Reducing in-barn ammonia emissions to conserve the fertilizer nitrogen value of dairy manure
  572. Further evaluation of ammonia mitigation options
  573. Benefits and pollution swapping: cross-cutting issues for catchment sensitive farming policy
  574. Monitoring and optimisation of biogas production
  575. Managing manure by a greater understanding of its metabolic profile? Adopting new technologies
  576. Optimising degradation of PAHs in soils using different composting approaches
  577. UK greenhouse gas inventory 1990-2004
  578. Greenhouse gas inventories for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland: 1990-2004
  579. Comparison between two field methods for assessing net N mineralization during spring growth of maize
  580. Phosphorus, sediment and colloid transfers from grasslands
  581. Phosphorus, sediment and colloid transfers from grasslands
  582. Molecular and compound-specific stable C isotope investigation of the fate of dung C in a temperate grassland soil
  583. The long term influence of manure and inorganic fertiliser applications on the 15N value of plants
  584. The fate of proteinaceous materials in soil
  585. Improving the efficiency and environmental impact of mushroom composting
  586. Interactions between climate change and grassland-based agriculture
  587. Use of SIMS Dairy modelling framework system to specify sustainable UK diary farms
  588. Keynote paper: A farm level approach for mitigating GHG emissions from ruminant livestock systems
  589. Could the answer lie in the soil?
  590. Processes affecting transfer of sediment and colloids, with associated phosphorus, from intensively farmed grasslands: an overview of key issues
  591. Influence of microbial activity on plant-microbial competition for organic and inorganic nitrogen
  592. Biotic homogenization and changes in species diversity across human-modified ecosystems
  593. Interview, Radio Devon
  594. Effects of carbon dioxide on the searching behaviour of the root-feeding clover weevil Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
  595. The cost-effectiveness of integrated diffuse pollution mitigation measures
  596. Temperate grassland: Key developments in the last century and future perspectives
  597. Lupins in sustainable agriculture
  598. An assessment of nitrogen fixation in 'organically managed' spring-sown lupins and leaching under a following winter cereal
  599. Making the most of soil nitrogen
  600. Cost-effective means of reducing ammonia emissions from UK agriculture using the NARSES model
  601. A framework for predicting delivery of phosphorus from agricultural land using a decision-tree approach
  602. Optimising nutrient use efficiency in beef cattle grazing lowland semi-natural pastures
  603. How can I best utilise the nutrients in my farm manures?
  604. Defra research in agriculture and environmental protection between 1990 and 2005: summary and analysis
  605. Nitrous oxide emissions during storage of broiler litter and following application to arable land
  606. Phosphorus modelling: saving the biodiversity of waterways
  607. Nitrous oxide, methane and ammonia emissions following slurry spreading on grassland
  608. Comparison of models used for the calculation of national ammonia emission inventories from agriculture in Europe
  609. Modeling and regulating ammonia emissions
  610. A methodology for estimating ammonia emissions from farm manure storage using passive sampling and atmospheric dispersion modeling
  611. Abating ammonia emission from dairy barns through feed, herd and bedding management
  612. A model to simulate the effects of different dietary strategies on the sustainability of a dairy farm system
  613. Modeling human exposures to air pollution control (APC) residues released from landfills in England and Wales
  614. Communicating North Wyke research to others
  615. Agricultural grasslands in the landscape: an issue of structural and spatial uniformity
  616. Multi-functional uses for pastures
  617. Improving environmental quality
  618. Optimising organic resources
  619. Biodiversity in pasture-based systems
  620. Soil and land management
  621. A modelling framework to identify new integrated dairy production systems
  622. Phosphorus mobilisation with sediment and colloids through drained and undrained grasslands
  623. The influence of sample preparation on observed particle size distributions for contrasting soil suspensions using flow field-flow fractionation
  624. Book Review: Forage legumes for temperate grassland. Frame, J (eds.) Enfield (NH) USA: Science Publishers Inc. and Rome: Food and Agriculture of the United Nations (2005). 309pp
  625. Implications of climate change for grassland: impacts, adaptations and mitigation options
  626. Grassland for agriculture and nature conservation: production, quality and multi-functionality
  627. Potential for enhancing biodiversity on intensive livestock farms
  628. Time spent feeding
  629. Managing the grass feast
  630. Grazing management in a cold spring
  631. Mid Cornwall dairy focus group - Farm profit day at Fred and Sheryl Hinchliffe's
  632. Solutions for livestock producer event - Woodchip pads
  633. Using the logic model to build partnerships for abating ammonia emissions from dairy farms
  634. Book Review: Grasslands: developments, opportunities, perspectives. Reynolds, S. G., Frame, J. (eds). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, and Science Publishers Inc. Enfield, 539 pp. ISBN: 9251050422
  635. The impact of organic fertilisers on semi-natural grasslands
  636. Effects on animal performance of summer grazing of Molinia-dominant semi-natural rough grazing
  637. Animal welfare at grazing
  638. Influence of livestock experience and breed on foraging behaviour in unimproved grasslands and impact on biodiversity (BEFORBIO)
  639. An improved inventory of GHG emission from agriculture in the UK
  640. Dependence of ammonia emissions from housing on the time cattle spent inside
  641. A conceptual model describing the effects of soil wetting and drying on phosphorus biogeochemistry
  642. Book Review: Wild and sown grasses. Profiles of a temperate species selection: ecology, biodiversity and use. Peeters, A. (ed.), Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, 311 pp. ISBN: 1405105291
  643. Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production
  644. Modifications to fumigation extraction to permit better analysis of field soils and ease of measurement
  645. Soil aluminium availability in andosols of southern Chile and its effect on forage production and animal metabolism
  646. Technology transfer: Understanding the adoption of nutrient management techniques to improve pasture utilisation
  647. Understanding farmers use of feed wedges
  648. Diffuse pollution from agriculture (DWPA): User Manual
  649. Using GPS animal tracking and vegetation mapping to estimate diet selection in cattle grazing semi-improved pastures
  650. Ammonia emissions from outdoor concrete yards used by livestock - quantification and mitigation
  651. What drives cornish farmers management decisions?
  652. Functional interpretation of gas composition
  653. Grassland biodiversity and surveying: A handbook
  654. Effects of livestock breed and grazing intensity on biodiversity and production in sustainable grazing systems
  655. The 'mother knows best' principle: should soil insects be included in the preference-performance debate?
  656. Parasitic plants indirectly regulate below-ground properties in grassland ecosystems
  657. Monitoring and modelling trace-gas changes following the 2001 outbreak of Foot & Mouth Disease to reduce the uncertainties in agricultural emissions abatement
  658. Algorithms determining ammonia emissions from buildings housing cattle and pigs and from manure stores
  659. Dissolved free and combined amino acids in surface runoff and drainage waters from drained and undrained grassland under different fertilizer management
  660. Impact of NO3 leaching abatement measures on N2O and CH4 emissions from a UK dairy system
  661. Effect of different carbon and nitrogen inputs on soil chemical and biochemical properties in maize-based forage systems in Northern Italy
  662. Leaching losses of N, P and K from grazed legume based swards - some preliminary results
  663. The effect of mixed and sequential grazing of cattle and sheep on the faecal egg counts and growth rates of weaned lambs when treated with anthelmintics
  664. A conceptual model describing the effects of soil wetting and drying on phosphorus biogeochemistry
  665. Greenhouse gas abatement strategies for animal husbandry
  666. Nitrous oxide emissions from organic and conventional crop rotations in five European countries
  667. Differential E. coli die-off patterns associated with agricultural matrices
  668. Lupins in sustainable agriculture: nutrient losses following grain harvest
  669. Interactions between fertilizer addition, plants and the soil environment: implications for soil faunal structure and diversity
  670. Principles of development of a mass balance N cycle model for temperate grasslands: an Irish case study
  671. N2O and NO emissions from different N sources and under a range of soil water contents
  672. Sources and mechanisms of priming effect induced in two grassland soils amended with slurry and sugar
  673. Classifying cattle jaw movements: Comparing IGER Behaviour Recorder and acoustic techniques
  674. Investigating the capacity of an activated sludge process to reduce volatile organic compounds and odor emissions
  675. Diet preference for grass and legumes in free-ranging domestic sheep and cattle: current theory and future application
  676. Phosphorus 31 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to trace organic dung phosphorus in a temperate grassland soil
  677. Impact of cattle grazing and inorganic fertiliser additions to managed grasslands on the microbial community composition of soils
  678. Root herbivory by Tipula paludosa larvae increases colonisation of Agrostis capillaris by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  679. Modelling the movement and survival of the root feeding clover weevil, Sitona lepidus , in the root-zone of white clover
  680. Effect of straw addition as a C-additive on nitrous oxide and methane emissions from stored organic and conventional farmyard manures