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  1. Effect of fish oil on ruminal biohydrogenation of C18 unsaturated fatty acids in steers fed grass or red clover silages
  2. Ruminal micro-organisms do not adapt to increase utilization of poly-phenol oxidase protected red clover protein and glycerol-based lipid
  3. Isomerisation of cis-9 trans-11 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) to trans-9 trans-11 CLA during acidic methylation can be avoided by a rapid base catalysed methylation of milk fat
  4. Effects of polyphenol oxidase on lipolysis and proteolysis of red clover silage with and without a silage inoculant (Lactobacillus plantarum L54)
  5. Advances in microbial ecosystem concepts and their consequences for ruminant agriculture
  6. Fish oil increases the duodenal flow of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids and trans-11 18 : 1 and decreases 18 : 0 in steers via changes in the rumen bacterial community
  7. Latent and active Polyphenol oxidase (PPO) in red clover (Trifolium pratense) and use of a low PPO mutant to study the role of PPO in proteolysis reduction
  8. Nucleic Acid (Patent EP 1984502 A2)
  9. Method For The Production Of Gamma-linolenic Acid And/or Stearidonic Acid In Transgenic Brassicaceae And Linaceae (Patent US 2008/0229454 A1)
  10. Method For The Production Of Gamma-linolenic Acid And/or Stearidonic Acid In Transgenic Brassicaceae And Linaceae (Patent EP 1945775 A2)
  11. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent EP 1937805 A2)
  12. Compositional data analysis in the geosciences: From theory to practice
  13. Towards a national research facility at North Wyke
  14. Push-pull strategy for insect pest management
  15. Breeding for improved drought tolerance and water use efficiency
  16. Comparative analyses of ratio between ascospores of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in air samples, using traditional PCR and Real-Time PCR
  17. Zastosowanie metody RealTime-PCR do detekcji grzybow z rodzaju Leptosphaeria w Regionie nadmorskim (2004-2006) [The use of Real-Time PCR for the detection and quantification of airborne ascospores of Leptosphaeria spp. in the Littoral region (2004-2006)]
  18. Molekularna detekcja zarodnikow grzybow chorobotworczych rodzaju Leptosphaeria z prob powietrza
  19. Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement website
  20. Multinational Brassica Genome Project website
  21. CropStore for Brassica: low mainteneance, explicit curation and management of integrated genetic datasets
  22. Desarrollo postembrionario de Cactodera galinsogae (Tylenchida: Heteroderinae) en cebada (Hordeum vulgare L.) y el papel de malezas como hospedantes
  23. Mapping and diagnostic marker development for Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus resistance in wheat
  24. Functional analysis of reactive oxygen species-related genes in the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  25. Peptide optimisation to reduce Pasteuria penetrans endospore attachment to the cuticle of Meloidogyne incognita
  26. Genomic analysis of transcriptional regulators of Fusarium graminearum
  27. Controlling those pesky insects - resistance is futile!
  28. Food web structure of three guilds of natural enemies: predators, parasitoids and pathogens of aphids
  29. Bee searching strategies in the landscape
  30. Bumblebee movement patterns at the landscape scale revealed
  31. Agricultural nitrous oxide and methane emissions from Cornwall and potential mitigation. Report for Cornwall Agri-food Development Team
  32. Scenario building to test and inform the development of a BSI method for assessing greenhouse gas emissions from food (Technical Annex to final report on Defra Project No. FO0404)
  33. Safe recycling of livestock manures (RELU Policy and Practice Note No. 4)
  34. Impact, host range and chemical ecology of the lilly beetle, Lilioceris lilii
  35. Is weed research still declining? The current age profile of weed researchers in the UK and other parts of the world
  36. Herbicide-resistant rye-grass - a management update
  37. Effect of biogas waste and mineral ammonium amendment on nitrous oxide emissions
  38. Pollination of isolated wild plants in arable ecosystems
  39. Trap crops for pollen beetles in oilseed rape: is push-pull compatible with conservation biocontrol?
  40. Oilseed rape crop ecology: optimising crop husbandry for conservation biological control and greater biodiversity. Final report on DEFRA project AR0316.
  41. Phenologies and diel periodicities of within-crop flight by pests and parasitoids in oilseed rape
  42. Recommended research topic: optimising the landscape for biological control, biodiversity and production competitiveness in annual cropping systems based on a cereals/oilseed rape rotation
  43. Mysteries of Lepidoptera migration revealed by entomological radar
  44. Arsenic efflux
  45. Metabolomic and phenotypic analyses of Fusarium graminearum wild-type and mutant strains
  46. Spotting disease: how to distinguish brown spots on sugar beet leaves
  47. Selenium speciation in soil and the effect of selenium and sulphur fertilisation on wheat
  48. Effect of climate on the proportions of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in phoma stem cankers on oilseed rape
  49. Rhizomania: protect your yield with resistant varieties
  50. A model for the optimal control of citrus canker disease (Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri) in a mixed-host landscape
  51. Construction of maps estimating plant disease distribution: an epidemiological simulation approach
  52. Understanding fungicide mixtures to control Rhynchosporium in barley and minimise resistance shifts. HGCA Project Report No. 436
  53. NanoSIMS analysis of trace elements in cereal grain
  54. Fungicides for 2008
  55. Phytoremediation of arsenic contaminated soils
  56. Changes in the mineral composition of wheat grain
  57. The final straw: crop archives and the recent history of cereal pathosystems
  58. Plant pathology in Europe: present status, impact and future challenges
  59. Arsenic tolerance mechanisms in Holcus lanatus : is arsenite efflux involved?
  60. Factors affecting the recovery of available soil nitrogen by cereal and oilseed rape crops
  61. 'Long-term Sludge Experiments' in Britain: the effects of heavy metals on soil micro-organisms
  62. Adaptation of Mycosphaerella graminicola populations to azole fungicides in the UK
  63. Re-contructing evolution of fungicide resistance and disease dynamics of cereal pathogens from crop archives
  64. StEm Canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy dUrable Resistance (SECURE). Final report on EU contract
  65. StEm Canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy dUrable Resistance (SECURE). Fourth interim annual report on EU contract
  66. The infection biology and transcriptome of wheat pathogen Fusarium graminearum
  67. Characterisation of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates with reduced azole sensitivities (PhD Summary Report No. 7. HGCA Project No. RD-2004-3007)
  68. Characterisation of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates with reduced sensitivity to triazole fungicides. PhD thesis, University of Reading
  69. Testing of fungicide activity enhancers using Septoria leaf blotch as model. Confidential report to industrial sponsor
  70. Expression of genes encoding efflux proteins in Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates with sensitive or reduced triazole sensitivity phenotypes
  71. Pathogenicity determinants of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  72. Analysis of the newly sequenced Fusarium genomes using PHI-Base and ONDEX
  73. Pathogenicity determinants of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  74. Pathogenicity determinants of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  75. Fusarium graminearum kinome analysis and progress report. Confidential report to industrial sponsor
  76. Peroxisomal ATP import is essential for seedling development in Arabidopsis thaliana
  77. Host foraging for differentially adapted brassica-feeding aphids by the braconid parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae (Article addendum)
  78. Resource or waste: the reality of nutrient recycling to land (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society No. 630)
  79. Soil and fertilizer phosphorus in relation to crop nutrition
  80. Discussion of: Schroder, J. J., Neeteson, J. J., 2008. Nutrient management regulations in The Netherlands (with Discussion)
  81. Better estimation of soil nitrogen use efficiency by cereals and oilseed rape (HGCA Research Review No. 68)
  82. Dissolved organic nitrogen and mechanisms of its uptake by plants in agricultural systems
  83. Role of sulfur for plant production in agricultural and natural ecosystems
  84. The evaluation of UK seed production and quality of reed canary grass and switchgrass
  85. Olfactory recognition of host plants in the absence of host-specific volatile compounds (article addendum)
  86. Determination of the insecticide resistance mechanisms using biochemical methods in the Aphis gossypii Glover (Hemiptera: Aphididae) populations damaging on cotton in Turkey
  87. Assessing the impact of climate change on the assembly and function of weed communities
  88. The effect of the size of the cuttings planted on the subsequent performance of three contrasting willow cultivars for short rotation coppice
  89. Extreme impacts of climate change on wheat in England and Wales
  90. Performance of 15 different Miscanthus species and genotypes over 11 years
  91. An empirical model for switchgrass to predict yield from site and climatic variables
  92. Elucidating the role of low molecular weight glutenin subunits in determining wheat quality
  93. Herbicide-resistance to mesosulfuron + iodosulfuron in Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  94. Resistance to ACCase-inhibiting herbicides in the weed Lolium multiflorum
  95. Assessing the impact of future climate change on the UK sugar beet production
  96. Charles Christopher Doncaster (1920-2008)
  97. Entomological evaluation of permethrin impregnated bednets against Anopheles darlingi in the Peruvian Amazon
  98. TILLING for improved crop performance under stress conditions
  99. Overcoming barriers to crossing in willow (Salix spp.) breeding
  100. Why do mosquitoes 'choose' to bite some people more than others?
  101. Establishing durum wheat adaptations to abiotic stress using multidisclipinary genetic and physiological approaches
  102. Controlling for competition in neighbouring field plots in a willow (Salix spp.) trial
  103. Over-winter yield decline in Switchgrass and Miscanthus
  104. Morpho-biometrical characterisation of Portuguese Bursaphelenchus xylophilus isolates with mucronate, digitate or round tailed females
  105. Soil water deficits and evaporation rates associated with Miscanthus in England
  106. Biomass fuel specification and matching to conversion processes
  107. The influence of agronomic treatment on the combustion characteristics of some energy crops
  108. Biomass and energy crops III (Aspects of Applied Biology 90)
  109. Mechanisms of arsenite uptake in rice: studies using rice mutants
  110. El muestreo en los estudios del suelo
  111. The effect of geographical location on phoma stem canker on oilseed rape in the UK
  112. Improving wheat for nutrition and processing
  113. Manipulation of the cell wall composition of wheat endosperm cell walls to improve nutritional properties
  114. A transgenic approach to understanding gene expression in cereals
  115. Neutral monosaccharides as biomarker proxies for bog-forming plants for application to palaeovegetation reconstruction in ombrotrophic peat deposits
  116. How to measure and report growing conditions for experiments in controlled environments
  117. Using cell-lineage tagging to decipher early differentiation and development in wheat endosperm
  118. Interspecific variation in bulk tissue, fatty acid and monosaccharide delta13C values of leaves from a mesotrophic grassland plant community
  119. Mechanisms of arsenite uptake in rice
  120. Chemical speciation of metalloids in soil in relation to their bioavailability
  121. Growing rice aerobically markedly decreases arsenic accumulation
  122. Components of resistance to diseases in winter oilseed rape cultivars: CORDISOR (HGCA Project Report No. 446)
  123. The biology and molecular biology of Polymyxa species and their interaction with plants and viruses
  124. A quantitative-PCR method to detect and quantify airborne ascospores of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
  125. The purification and characterisation of allergenic hazelnut seed proteins
  126. Biogas yields from grassland
  127. Long-term impacts of metal-rich sludge additions on soil microbial communities - effects of metal source and soil type
  128. Early leaf senescence is associated with an altered cellular redox balance in Arabidopsis cpr5/old1 mutants
  129. CPR5 - a Jack of all trades in plants
  130. Establishing durum wheat adaptations to drought using multidisclipinary genetic and physiological approaches
  131. EU projects to unravel drought resistance in durum wheat
  132. Establishing durum wheat adaptations to abiotic stress using multidisclipinary genetic and physiological approaches
  133. Tracking butterfly movements with harmonic radar reveals an effect of population age on movement distance
  134. Purification and characterisation of relevant natural and recombinant apple allergens
  135. Molybdenum toxicity to barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) root length tests in different European soils
  136. Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus , to volatiles from a non-host plant, lavender, Lavandula angustifolia (Lamiaceae)
  137. Sensitivity of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii to metals accumulating in soils from long-term sewage sludge applications
  138. Mechanisms to improve integrative research at the science-policy interface for sustainable catchment management
  139. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Soil Pollution and Remediation: SoilRem 2008
  140. Stability of biomass-derived black carbon in soils
  141. Preharvest qPCR diagnostics for better management of phoma stem canker and light leaf spot in oilseed rape
  142. Population structures of global isolate collections of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa , the causal organsims of phoma stem canker and stem lesions on oilseed rape
  143. Feasibility of phytoextraction to remediate cadmium and zinc contaminated soils
  144. The utility of covariances: a response to Ranta et al
  145. How can molecular genetic informtion on plant pathogens benefit disease management?
  146. Plant resistance signalling hijacked by a necrotrophic fungal pathogen
  147. Effects of climate change on plants: implications for agriculture. Aspects of Applied Biology 88
  148. Caracterizacion de aislamientos Mexicanos de Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia (Goddard) Games y Zare para el control biologico de Nacobbus aberrans (Thorne) Thorne y Allen
  149. Mediated amperometric whole-cell biosensors for rapid in situ screening of heavy metal contaminated soils
  150. Reactive oxygen species-related genes in the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  151. The infection biology and transcriptome of wheat pathogen Fusarium graminearum
  152. Report on the 9th International Congress of Plant Pathology
  153. Performance evaluation of the cell-based algorithms for domain decomposition in flow simulation
  154. Root herbivory in grassland ecosystems
  155. Declining summer flows of Rocky Mountain rivers: changing seasonal hydrology and probable impacts on floodplain forests
  156. Importance of diagnostic markers for the management of soil-borne viral diseases of barley and wheat
  157. The effect of different legume-based swards on intake and performance of grazing ruminants under Mediterranean and cool temperate conditions
  158. Resistance mechanisms to Soil-borne Cereal Mosaic Virus and Soil-borne Wheat Mosaic Virus in wheat and barley
  159. Genetic analysis of phoma stem canker pathogen Leptosphaeria biglobosa from China, Europe and Canada using AFLP markers (in Chinese with English abstract)
  160. Isolation and identification of phoma stem canker causal agent from infected oilseed rape in China (in Chinese with English abstract)
  161. Australian climate-carbon cycle feedback reduced by soil black carbon
  162. A and C genome distinction and chromosome identification in Brassica napus by sequential fluorescence in situ hybridization and genomic in situ hybridization
  163. Historic and prospective future flows of the Red Deer River and its headwater tributaries. Report prepared for Red Deer River Watershed Alliance and Alberta Ingenuity Centre for Water Research
  164. Purification and structural stability of the peach allergens Pru p 1 and Pru p 3
  165. Effect of soil organic matter content on potential nitrification and denitrification in soils. Nitrate leaching vs greenhouse gas emissions. Final report on Royal Society International Joint Project
  166. Mapping soil salinity from sample data and remote sensing in the former Lake Texcoco, Mexico
  167. Loss of gibberellin production in Fusarium verticillioides (Gibberella fujikuroi MP-A) is due to a deletion in the gibberellic acid gene cluster
  168. Combining biomarker with stable isotope analyses for assessing the transformation and turnover of soil organic matter
  169. Reporter genes
  170. Arabidopsis sucrose non-fermenting-1-related protein kinase-1 and calcium-dependent protein kinase phosphorylate conserved target sites in ABA response element binding proteins
  171. Apical leaf necrosis as a defence mechanism against pathogen attack: effects of high nutrient availability on onset and rate of necrosis
  172. Host-finding and invasion by entomopathogenic and plant-parasitic nematodes: evaluating the ability of laboratory bioassays to predict field results
  173. A Western Canada perspective on climate change and agriculture
  174. A putative role for the plasma membrane potential in the control of the expression of the gene encoding the tomato high-affinity potassium transporter HAK5
  175. Book review: Castillo, P and Vovlas, N. 2007. Pratylenchus (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae): diagnosis, biology, pathgenicity and management. Brill, Leiden
  176. Esterase isoenzymes and insecticide resistance in Frankliniella occidentalis populations from the south-east region of Spain
  177. Improving water use efficiency
  178. Transgenic wheat, barley and oats: production and characterization
  179. QTL mapping of BNYVV resistance from the WB258 source in sugar beet
  180. Effect of cattle slurry separation on greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions during storage
  181. Expression profiling of potato germplasm differentiated in quality traits leads to the identification of candidate flavour and texture genes
  182. Dolichodial: a new aphid sex pheromone component?
  183. Three types of nematode cuticle variation: constitutive, clonal and induced
  184. Nematicidal effects of cysteine proteinases and methods of use thereof to treat nematode infestation. International patent application WO 2008/087555
  185. Spatial variation of ammonia volatilization from soil and its scale-dependent correlation with soil properties
  186. The behaviour of soil process models of ammonia volatilization at contrasting spatial scales
  187. Barley disease management guide 2009
  188. Root feeders: an ecosystem perspective
  189. Root herbivory in agricultural ecosystems
  190. Establishing substantial equivalence: metabolomics
  191. Establishing substantial equivalence: transcriptomics
  192. A black-streaked dwarf disease on rice in China is caused by a novel fijivirus
  193. Agrobacterium- mediated transformation of bread and durum wheat using freshly isolated immature embryos
  194. Plant nematological contributions to phytopathology
  195. The origin and early development of wheat glutenin particles
  196. Effect of climate on the proportions of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in phoma stem cankers on oilseed rape in England
  197. Biolistics transformation of wheat
  198. Long-term experiments as a unique resource for research on local and global carbon cycling
  199. Chemical stimuli supporting foraging behaviour of Coccinella septempunctata L. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): volatiles and allelobiosis
  200. Aggregation of parasitism risk in an aphid-parasitoid system: effects of plant patch size and aphid density
  201. Age-specific expression of resistance to a neonicotinoid insecticide in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  202. Establishing substantial equivalence: proteomics
  203. Detection by Real-time PCR and quantification of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in air samples from Rarwino, north Poland
  204. Detection by real-time PCR and quantification of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in air samples from north Poland
  205. Transgenic wheat, barley and oats: production and characterization protocols. Methods in molecular biology, vol. 478
  206. Selection of transformed plants
  207. Promoter sequences for defining transgene expression
  208. Gibberellins close the lid
  209. Assessing the ecological impacts of bioenergy projects
  210. Prediction of pollen-mediated gene flow between fields of red clover (Trifolium pratense)
  211. Evidence from near-isogenic lines that root penetration increases with root diameter and bending stiffness in rice
  212. Impact of the rate of rewetting of a dried soil on the concentration of phosphorus in leachate
  213. Asymptomatic infection of winter and spring barley by Rhynchosporium secalis: effects and implications for epidemiology and host resistance
  214. The dynamics of Rynchosporium secalis in winter and spring barley and the role of inoculum sources
  215. New methods for the detection of insecticide resistant Myzus persicae in the U.K. suction trap network
  216. Arsenic accumulation by the aquatic fern Azolla : comparison of arsenate uptake, speciation and efflux by A. caroliniana and A. filiculoides
  217. Identification and genetic mapping of variant forms of puroindoline b expressed in developing wheat grain
  218. Eco-efficient approaches to land management: a case for increased integration of crop and animal production systems
  219. Detecting airborne inoculum to forecast arable crop diseases
  220. Enhanced transmission of Pandora neoaphidis by the invasive ladybird Harmonia axyridis
  221. Implications for conservation biocontrol of spatio-temporal relationships between carabid beetles and coleopterous pests in winter oilseed rape
  222. The HEALTHGRAIN cereal diversity screen: concept, results and prospects
  223. A functional genomics resource for Brassica napus : development of an EMS mutagenized population and discovery of FAE1 point mutations by TILLING
  224. Pressure drop and flow distribution in parallel-channel configurations of fuel cells: U-type arrangement
  225. Endoparasitism in cereal aphids: molecular analysis of a whole parasitoid community
  226. Allergens in wheat and related cereals
  227. Phytochemical and fiber components in oat varieties in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  228. Book review: Carbohydrate Chemistry for Food Scientists. J. N. BeMiller (ed), AACC International, 2007.
  229. Genetic analysis reveals that C19-GA 2-oxidation is a major gibberellin inactivation pathway in Arabidopsis
  230. How many animals really do the Levy walk? Comment
  231. Low biodegradability of fluoxetine HC1, diazepam and their human metabolites in sewage sludge-amended soil
  232. Composition and end-use quality of 150 wheat lines selected for the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  233. Comparative innate responses of the aphid parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae to alkenyl glucosinolate derived isothiocyanates, nitriles and epithionitriles
  234. Double haploids, markers and QTL analysis in vegetable brassicas
  235. Standardized gene nomenclature for the Brassica genus
  236. Phytochemicals and dietary fiber components in rye varieties in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  237. Weed research: is it delivering what it should?
  238. Use of Co speciation and soil properties to explain variation in Co toxicity to root growth of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) in different soils
  239. Natural variation in responsiveness of Arabidopsis thaliana to methyl jasmonate is developmentally regulated
  240. Characterisation and molecular basis of ALS inhibitor resistance in the grass weed Alopecurus myosuroides
  241. Purification and characterisation of a panel of peanut allergens suitable for use in allergy diagnosis
  242. Phenolic acids in wheat varieties in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  243. Determining species diversity of microfungal communities in forest tree roots by pure-culture isolation and DNA sequencing
  244. Feasibility of phytoextraction to remediate cadmium and zinc contaminated soils
  245. A novel assay reveals the blockade of esterases by piperonyl butoxide
  246. Triticum monococcum, an ancient relative of wheat, is a rich source of resistance to septoria tritici blotch disease
  247. Phenotypic and genetic analysis of the Triticum monococcum-Mycosphaerella graminicola interaction
  248. The first risk benefit assessment of nitrate in vegetables: a European perspective
  249. Take-all and the Wheat Genetic Improvement Network (WGIN)
  250. Assessment of the A.E. Watkins wheat collection in 2008 for resistance to foliar, stem base and root diseases. Objectives 2 and 5
  251. Neonicotinoid resistance in rice brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens
  252. Phoma stem canker and light leaf spot on oilseed rape in a changing climate
  253. Development and validation of gas chromatography and real-time quantitative PCR for the quantification of landscape-scale gene flow from varieties of high erucic acid (HEAR) oilseed rape
  254. Exudation of alcohol and aldehyde sugars from roots of defoliated Lolium perenne L. grown under sterile conditions
  255. A seasonal switch in compass orientation in a high-flying migrant moth
  256. Ectopic expression of soybean leghemoglobin in chloroplasts impairs gibberellin biosynthesis and induces dwarfism in transgenic potato plants
  257. Reply to "Standardized vs. customary ordinary cokriging..." by A. Papritz
  258. A comparison of parametric and non-parametric methods for modelling a coregionalization
  259. Do functional traits improve prediction of predation rates for a disparate group of aphid predators?
  260. The very-long-chain hydroxy fatty acyl-CoA dehydratase PASTICCINO2 is essential and limiting for plant development
  261. The CACTA transposon Bot1 played a major role in Brassica genome divergence and gene proliferation
  262. Better weed management: what advice do farmers need?
  263. Weed control in conventional and herbicide tolerant winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) grown in rotations with winter cereals in the UK
  264. Understanding multitrophic interactions in the rhizosphere and the development of Pochonia chlamydosporia as a biological agent for root-knot nematodes
  265. Modelling soil organic carbon turnover in improved fallows in eastern Zambia using the RothC-26.3 model
  266. The Rothamsted Insect Survey: the role of citizen scientists in collecting long-term biological data
  267. Silencing of gamma-gliadins by RNA interference (RNAi) in bread wheat
  268. Correlated responses to neonicotinoid insecticides in clones of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  269. Evidence of decreasing mineral density in wheat grain over the last 160 years
  270. Transmission of Pandora neoaphidis in the presence of co-occurring arthropods
  271. Intraguild interactions involving Pandora neoaphidis at the population scale
  272. Phytochemical and dietary fiber components in barley varieties in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  273. Phenotypic changes and reduced genetic diversity have accompanied the rapid decline of the garden tiger moth (Arctia caja) in the U.K.
  274. Soil science and geostatistics (an extended and improved translation of the text published in Russian in 'Geostatistics and soil geography', Moscow, Nauka Publ. p8-18)
  275. Speciation of zinc in contaminated soils
  276. Significance and occurrence of the temperate ribotypes of Polymyxa species
  277. Elements of host disease resistance signalling hijacked by Mycosphaerella graminicola during successful wheat leaf infection
  278. A pre-intervention study of malaria vector abundance in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea: their role in malaria transmission and the incidence of insecticide resistance alleles
  279. Indicators for assessing the environmental impacts of land use change across Europe
  280. A bioinformatic and transcriptomic approach to identifying positional candidate genes without fine mapping: an example using rice root-growth QTLs
  281. Quantitative measurements of CYP51 alterations in populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola using pyrosequencing
  282. Investigating wheat functionality through breeding and end use (FQS 23)
  283. Investigating resistance mechanisms to furoviruses in wheat and barley
  284. Characterisation of resistance to furoviruses in wheat and barley
  285. Can we predict the provenance of a soil sample for forensic purposes by reference to a spatial database?
  286. Perspectives in biological control of nematodes
  287. Interactions on roots and the efficacy of Pochonia chlamydosporia as a biological control agent
  288. Discovery of novel e1F4 alleles conferring broad spectrum resistance to bymoviruses by exploiting genetic diversity of natural barley germplasm
  289. Dispersal of airborne spores from plant pahtogenic fungi in cereals
  290. pH conditions exert effects on the stability of the peach allergens Pru p1 and Pru p3
  291. Cloning and expression analyses of potassium channels in barley leaves
  292. Confidential report to Makhteshim Agan (UK) Ltd
  293. Demethylation inhibitor resistance in cereal pathogens and consequences of resistance management
  294. A history of potato cyst nematode research
  295. Range and severity of phoma stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans ) of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) increased by global warming
  296. Functional analysis of reactive oxygen species - related genes in the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  297. Functional analysis of reactive oxygen species - related genes in the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  298. Reduced gibberellin response affects ethylene biosynthesis and responsiveness in the Arabidopsis gai eto2-1 double mutant
  299. Knockdown resistance to DDT and pyrethroids: from target-site mutations to molecular modelling
  300. On effective linearity of soil process models
  301. Characterisation of mechanisms correlated with reduced azole sensitivity in Mycosphaerella graminicola
  302. Impact of mutations in the CYP51 gene of Mycosphaerella graminicola on azole fungicide sensitivity and intrinsic protein function
  303. Growth, yield and mineral content of Miscanthus x giganteus grown as a biofuel for 14 successive harvests
  304. The activities of PEP carboxylase and the C4 acid decarboxylases are little changed by drought stress in three C4 grasses of different subtypes
  305. PCR-based detection of Plasmodium in Anopheles mosquitoes: a comparison of a new high-throughput assay with existing methods
  306. Understanding the relationship between DNA methylation and phenotypic plasticity in crop plants
  307. Algorithm for estimating the crop height effect on ammonia emission from slurry applied to cereal fields and grassland
  308. Completion of the sequence of rice gall dwarf virus from Guangxi, China
  309. Identification of volatile compounds used in host location by the black bean aphid, Aphis fabae
  310. Fungicide application and the minimisation of risk
  311. Evolutionary epidemiology of plant viruses
  312. Oilseed rape diseases: geographic variation in stem canker
  313. Cross-resistance between a Bacillus thuringiensis Cry toxin and non- BT insecticides in the diamondback moth
  314. Deterministic walks with inverse-square power-law scaling are an emergent property of predators that use chemotaxis to locate randomly distributed prey
  315. Candidatus phytoplasma asteris identified in Senecio jacobaea in the United Kingdom
  316. Construction of maps estimating plant disease distribution: an epidemiological simulation approach
  317. Comment on "Fire-derived charcoal causes loss of forest humus"
  318. A new species of Galactomyces and first reports of four fungi on wheat roots in the United Kingdom
  319. Co-ordinated expression of amino acid metabolism in response to N and S deficiency during wheat grain filling
  320. New approaches to an old problem: linking soil quality and microbial communities
  321. Integration of leaf metabolism and physiology by the trehalose pathway
  322. Development of species-specific diagnostic primers for Zoophthora radicans and Pandora blunckii two co-occurring fungal pathogens of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella
  323. Multitrophic effects of nutrient addition in upland grassland
  324. Assessing the ecological impacts of bioenergy projects
  325. Innate immunity in nematodes and somaclonal cuticle variation as revealed by Pasteuria penetrans
  326. Exploring tritrophic interactions: biological control of an obligate pest by its obligate parasite
  327. A novel family of plastid transporters involved in glutathione metabolism
  328. Survival of bacterial DNA and culturable bacteria in archived soils from the Rothamsted Broadbalk experiment
  329. Adopting an integrative systems biology approach to study root growth and development
  330. The cold-inducible CBF1 factor-dependent signaling pathway modulates the accumulation of the growth-repressing DELLA proteins via its effect on gibberellin metabolism
  331. PCR to predict risk of airborne disease
  332. Optimisation of the anaerobic digestion of agricultural resources
  333. Highly efficient xylem transport of arsenite in the arsenic hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata
  334. Providing the evidence base for environmental risk assessments of novel farm management practices
  335. DEET repels ORNery mosquitoes
  336. Bacterial diversity of the Broadbalk 'Classical' winter wheat experiment in relation to long-term fertilizer inputs
  337. Wetting of agricultural soil measured by a simplified capillary rise technique
  338. Characterization of recycled mushroom compost leachate by chemical analysis and thermogravimetry-mass spectrometry
  339. Particle deposition onto rough surfaces
  340. Data, not only in aerobiology: how normal is the normal distribution?
  341. Cloning and characterisation of a phenyltransferase from the aphid Myzus persicae with potential involvement in alarm pheromone synthesis
  342. Desmodium species and associated biochemical traits for controlling Striga species: present and future prospects
  343. A participatory approach to increasing productivity of maize through Striga hermonthica control in northeast Nigeria
  344. The development and multiple uses of a standardised bioassay method to select hypocrealean fungi for biological control of aphids
  345. Long-distance signalling in plant defense
  346. Avoidance of conspecific odour by carabid beetles: a mechanism for the emergence of scale-free searching patterns
  347. The action of three Beet yellows virus resistance QTLs depends on alleles at a novel genetic locus that controls symptom development
  348. Application of flow field-flow fractionation and laser sizing to characterize soil colloids in drained and undrained lysimeters
  349. Introgression of transgenes into a commercial cultivar confirms differential effects of HMW subunits 1Ax1 and 1Dx5 on gluten properties
  350. Inheritance of L1014F and M918T sodium channel mutations associated with pyrethroid resistance in Myzus persicae
  351. A novel method for sampling bacteria on plant root and soil surfaces at the microhabitat scale
  352. Isolation and characterization of the gibberellin biosynthetic gene cluster in Sphaceloma manihoticola
  353. Grain quality in the Broadbalk Wheat Experiment and the winter North Atlantic Oscillation
  354. Relationships between soil pH and microbial properties in a UK arable soil
  355. GCN2-dependent phosphorylation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 2-alpha in Arabidopsis
  356. Quantifying DNA of Leptosphaeria maculans and Pyrenopeziza brassicae in oilseed rape tissues using QPCR
  357. Detection and monitoring of airborne pathogens by optical reflectance and air sampling
  358. Recent Rice stripe virus epidemics in Zhejiang Province, China, and experiments on sowing-date, disease-yield loss relationships and seedling susceptibility
  359. Detailed analysis of the expression of an alpha-gliadin promoter and the deposition of alpha-gliadin protein during wheat grain development
  360. Regulation of respiration and oxygen diffusion barrier in soybean protect symbiotic nitrogen fixation from chilling- induced inhibition and shoots from premature senescence
  361. Climate Research: a focal point for the climate and ecosystem-impact research communities
  362. Long-term dynamics in wheat of Phaeosphaeria nodorum and Mycosphaerella graminicola
  363. Detection and quantification of airborne ascopores of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum by QPCR
  364. Phytophthora infestans identified in archival potato tubers from trials at Rothamsted, 1876-1879
  365. Is UK biofuel supply from Miscanthus water-limited?
  366. Analysis of two variants of a spatially distributed crop model, using wavelet transforms and geostatistics
  367. Trehalose 6-phosphate, a novel protein kinase inhibitor
  368. Graph-based sequence annotation using a data integration approach
  369. Rounding up and pointing the way forward
  370. Dynamics of nematological infrastructure
  371. Host plant effects on hatching of root-knot nematodes
  372. Reduced susceptibility to DDT in field populations of Anopheles quadriannulatus and Anopheles arabiensis in Malawi: evidence for larval selection
  373. Digital soil mapping technologies for countries with sparse data infrastructures
  374. Contributions by Latin American nematologists to the study of nematode plant disorders and related impact on crop production
  375. Tropical plant and soil nematodes: diversity and interactions
  376. Identification and characterization of a novel efficient resistance response to the furoviruses SBWMV and SBCMV in barley
  377. Screening of locally available organic materials for mass production of a biological agent, Pochonia chlamydosporia used against root-knot nematodes
  378. Images of biologists: James Logan
  379. Exploring resistance in wheat to Fusarium ear blight disease
  380. Exploring resistance in wheat to fusarium ear blight disease
  381. Some results on the spatial breakdown point of robust point estimates of the variogram
  382. Serine proteinase inhibitors in seeds of Cycas siamensis and other gymnosperms
  383. Targeting the symptomless phase of pathogen growth to understand quantitative resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans
  384. Effects of fungicides on control of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa (phoma stem canker) in oilseed rape
  385. Modelling the spatial distribution of ammonia emissions in the UK
  386. Evolution of Leptosphaeria species on brassicas in a changing climate
  387. Strategies to stop spread of Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) onto oilseed rape in China
  388. Gene expression profiles in Pochonia chlamydosporia in conditions of saprotrophic-to-parasite transition
  389. Two rice nitrate transporters encoded by one gene that each show differential regulation by pH
  390. Functional analysis of reactive oxygen species - related genes in the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  391. NPR1 and EDS11 contribute to host resistance against Fusarium culmorum in Arabidopsis buds and flowers
  392. Plant-nematode interactions: environmental signals detected by the nematode's chemosensory organs control changes in the surface cuticle and behaviour
  393. Molecular detection of airborne Sclerotinia sclerotiorum spores on Mexican crops
  394. Resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) in Brassica napus (winter oilseed rape)
  395. Investigating the phenotype of a major gene-mediated resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae in Brassica napus
  396. Development of a multiplex real-time PCR assay for identification of members of the Anopheles gambiae species complex
  397. Growing rice aerobically markedly decreases arsenic accumulation
  398. Similarities and differences in nematode problems and management strategies as revealed by a world-wide questionnaire
  399. Aphids galore! So how did the industry avert a virus yellows epidemic in 2007?
  400. Trehalose 6-phosphate makes sugar sense
  401. Survival of plant-parasitic nematodes in the absence of a host crop
  402. Crop protection review of 2007
  403. IIRB Congress 2008
  404. Biogeography of the false root-knot nematode (Nacobbus spp.) and its major crop hosts
  405. Anastomosis in selected isolates of Pochonia chlamydosporia from cysts and root-knot nematodes
  406. Influence of temperature on the life cycle of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne hispanica
  407. Determinants of variation in the response of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi to aphid sex pheromones
  408. Ecology of Pochonia chlamydosporia in the rhizosphere
  409. Using genomic information for altering bolting and flowering behaviour of crop plants
  410. Did crops grow in 2007?
  411. Flying in the face of change
  412. Insights into virulence of Portuguese Bursaphelenchus xylophilus isolates by ITS-RFLP analysis
  413. Phoma stem canker and light leaf spot on oilseed rape in a changing climate
  414. Distinctive mitochondrial genome features of the heteroderid nematodes: multipartite structure and extensive poly(T) variation within protein-coding genes
  415. Impact of sewage sludge applications on the biogeochemistry of soils
  416. Completion of a Pasteuria genome sequence: a heuristic approach to its common thread
  417. Somaclonal variation in plant parasitic nematodes as revealed by Pasteuria - the potential importance of innate immunity
  418. The nematicidal properties of cysteine proteinases and their potential to control plant parasitic nematodes
  419. The wheat GCN2 signalling pathway: does this kinase play an important role in stress signalling?
  420. Amino acid 15N in long-term bare fallow soils: influence of annual N fertilizer and manure applications
  421. Fusarium graminearum and F. culmorum pathogenicity on wheat ears
  422. Polymyxa resistance - a new form of rhizomania resistance from wild sea beet
  423. Large old trees influence patterns of delta13C and delta15N in forests
  424. Use of carbon isotope analysis to understand semi-arid erosion dynamics and long-term semi-arid land degradation
  425. Long-term change in vegetation and soil microbial communities during the phased restoration of traditional meadow grassland
  426. Long-term influence of manure and mineral nitrogen applications on plant and soil 15N and 13C values from the Broadbalk Wheat Experiment
  427. An inhibitor of urease activity effectively reduces ammonia emissions from soil treated with urea under Mediterranean conditions
  428. Modelling and optimization of fermentation factors for enhancement of alkaline protease production by isolated Bacillus circulans using feed-forward neural network and genetic alogrithm
  429. Season and bedding impacts on ammonia emissions from tie-stall dairy barns
  430. Influence of recent vegetation on labile and recalcitrant carbon soil pools in central Queensland, Australia: evidence from thermal analysis-quadrupole mass spectrometry-isotope ratio mass spectrometry
  431. The impact of organic and inorganic fertilizers and lime on the species-richness and plant functional characteristics of hay meadow communities
  432. A Lagrangian biogeochemical study of an eddy in the Northeast Atlantic
  433. Emissions of ammonia from weeping wall stores and earth-banked lagoons determined using passive sampling and atmospheric dispersion modelling
  434. Preferences for different nitrogen forms by coexisting plant species and soil microbes: reply
  435. Using delta15N and delta18O to evaluate the sources and pathways of NO3 in rainfall event discharge from drained agricultural grassland lysimeters at high temporal resolutions
  436. Laboratory assessment of the effect of cattle slurry pre-treatment on organic N degradation after soil application and N2O and N2 emissions
  437. Assessment of the potential N mineralization of different particle-size fractions in two dairy cattle slurries
  438. Cattle slurry treatment by screw press separation and chemically enhanced settling: effect on greenhouse gas emissions after land spreading and grass yield
  439. Off-line pyrolysis and compound-specific stable carbon isotope analysis of lignin moieties: a new method for determining the fate of lignin residues in soil
  440. Enhancing the understanding of earthworm feeding behaviour via the use of fatty acid delta13C values determined by gas chromatography-combustion-isotope ratio mass spectrometry
  441. A genetic study of a Salix germplasm resource reveals new insights into relationships among subgenera, sections and species
  442. Mapping aerial metal deposition in metropolitan areas from tree bark: a case study in Sheffield, England
  443. Effect of environmental stress during grain filling on the soluble proteome of wheat (Triticum aestivum) dough liquor
  444. The effects of simple perturbations of a process model on the spatial variability of its output
  445. Reducing acrylamide precursors in raw materials derived from wheat and potato
  446. Regulation of sulfate uptake, expression of the sulfate transporters Sultr1;1 and Sultr1;2, and APS reductase in Chinese cabbage (Brassica pekinensis) as affected by atmospheric H2S nutrition and sulfate deprivation
  447. Over-expression of cytochrome P450 CYP6CM1 is associated with high resistance to imidacloprid in the B and Q biotypes of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
  448. Uptake, distribution and subcellular transport of sulfate
  449. Strategies to prevent spread of Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) onto oilseed rape crops in China; costs and benefits
  450. Interactions between arthropod-induced aboveground and belowground defenses in plants
  451. Effects of plant sulfur nutrition on acrylamide and aroma compounds in cooked wheat
  452. Spectral sensitivity and colour choice in the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus
  453. Responses of pollen beetles to petal colour: towards habitat management via manipulation of visual signals used in host-plant location
  454. Sugar beet contains a large CONSTANS-LIKE gene family including a CO homologue that is independent of the early-bolting (B) gene locus
  455. Cloning, expression and characterization of novel avenin-like genes in wheat and related species
  456. Plant sulfate transporters
  457. Responses to sulfur limitation in maize
  458. Beneficial links for the control of aphids: the effects of compost applications on predators and prey
  459. Flexiviruses
  460. Improvement of wheat for processing and quality
  461. Identification of novel resistance phenotypes to Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) and Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) in barley
  462. Exploring eIF4E-based recessive resistance in barley to the bymoviruses Barley yellow mosiac virus (BaYMV) and Barley mild mosaic virus (BaMMV)
  463. The Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap network
  464. Long-term moth studies at Rothamsted
  465. Forecasting oilseed rape diseases from airborne inoculum
  466. Factors affecting canker and light leaf spot severity in oilseed rape
  467. The effects of seaweed-based plant growth products on hatching and behavioural responses of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne chitwoodi
  468. Influence of visual and olfactory cues on field trapping of the pollen beetle, Astylus atromaculatus (Col.: Melyridae)
  469. Immunolocalization of deformed wing virus particles within the mite Varroa destructor
  470. The microscopic ice age. Rothamsted Research, UK. 6-11 April 2008
  471. Development of a quantitative-PCR method to understand the epidemiology of sclerotinia stem rot of oilseed rape
  472. Rust resistance of some varieties and recently bred genotypes of biomass willows
  473. Herbicide-resistant black-grass: managing risk with fewer options (HGCA Information Sheet 3)
  474. Transporters of arsenite in rice and their role in arsenic accumulation in rice grain
  475. Sensitivity of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii to metals accumulating in soils from long-term sewage sludge applications
  476. Hidden enemy: cereal cyst nematodes in the UK
  477. Aluminium sensitivity and tolerance in model and elite wheat varieties
  478. Multiple functions of an odorant-binding protein in the mosquito Aedes aegypti
  479. Bioenergy from plants and the sustainable yield challenge
  480. Effect of temperature on the in vitro radial growth of Zoophthora radicans and Pandora blunckii , two co-occurring fungal pathogens of the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella
  481. Second record of the Scarce Hook-tip Sabra harpagula Esp. (Lep.: Drepanidae) on The Channel Islands
  482. The sensitivity of photosynthesis to phosphorus deficiency differs between C3 and C4 tropical grasses
  483. The role of root border cells and root tip exudates in the plant-nematode interactions
  484. Characterization of the M918T sodium channel gene mutation associated with strong resistance to pyrethroid insecticides in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  485. Cuticle variation in root-knot nematodes as revealed by Pasteuria penetrans - first and second order interactions
  486. Molecular characterization and comparative analysis of four new genes from Sec2 locus encoding 75K gamma-secalins of rye species
  487. Photorespiration in C4 grasses remains slow under drought conditions
  488. Investigating the phenotype of major gene-mediated resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae in Brassica napus
  489. Understanding the influence of suspended solids on water quality and aquatic biota
  490. Transmission of Pandora neoaphidis in the presence of co-occurring arthropods
  491. Geostatistics
  492. The effects of simulated rain on the erosion threshold and biogeochemical properties of intertidal sediments
  493. Multiscale entropy-based analysis of soil transect data
  494. The wheat mitogen-activated protein kinses TaMPK3 and TaMPK6 are differentially regulated at multiple levels during compatible disease interactions with Mycosphaerella graminicola
  495. The Taguchi methodology as a statistical tool for biotechnological applications: a critical appraisal
  496. Rubisco regulation: a role for inhibitors
  497. Fractal analysis of pore roughness in images of soil using the slit island method
  498. What can be inferred from bacterium-nanoparticle interactions about the potential consequences of environmental exposure to nanoparticles?
  499. My view
  500. Sampling using statistical methods
  501. Guidelines for surveying soil and land resources, 2nd ed
  502. Modelling the within-field spread of the potato cyst-nematode, Globodera rostochiensis Woll.
  503. Statistical analysis
  504. Allergenicity of peach allergens Pru p 1 and Pru p 3 related with protein stability
  505. A gradual rather than abrupt increase in soil strength gives better root penetration of strong layers
  506. Population size of indigenous Rhizobium leguminosarum bivar trifoli in long-term field experiments with sewage sludge cake, metal-amended liquid sludge or metal salts: effects of zinc, copper and cadmium
  507. Rethinking the contribution of drained and undrained grasslands to sediment-related water quality problems
  508. Plant ABC proteins - a unified nomenclature and updated inventory
  509. Mitochondrial heteroplasmy and the evolution of insecticide resistance: non-Mendelian inheritance in action
  510. Root growth in Arabidopsis requires gibberellin/DELLA signalling in the endodermis
  511. Efficiency of soil and fertilizer phosphorus use: reconciling changing concepts of soil phosphorus behaviour with agronomic information (FAO Fertilizer and Plant Nutrition Bulletin 18)
  512. Behavioral and olfactory responses of female Salaria pavo (Pisces: Blenniidae) to a putative multi-componenet male pheromone
  513. The role of Variovorax and other Comamonadaceae in sulfur transformations by microbial wheat rhizosphere communities exposed to different sulfur fertilization regimes
  514. Investigating glutamate receptor-like gene co-expression in Arabidopsis thaliana
  515. Optimal random Levy-loop searching: new insights into the searching behaviours of central-place foragers
  516. Changes in fungicide sensitivity and relative species abundance in Oculimaculata yallundae and O. acuformis populations (eyespot disease of cereals) in Western Europe
  517. Science on the Normandy beaches: J. D. Bernal and the prediction of soil trafficability for Operation Overlord
  518. Beet mild yellowing virus resistance derived from wild and cultivated Beta germplasm
  519. Herbicide resistance to mesosulfuron + iodosulfuron in Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  520. In vitro fermentation of oat and barley derived beta-glucans by human faecal biota
  521. Epidemiological models for invasion and persistence of pathogens
  522. Inter- and intra-specific cuticle variation between amphimictic and parthenogenetic species of root-knot nematode (Meliodogyne spp.) as revealed by a bacterial parasite (Pasteuria penetrans)
  523. Basic compatibility of Albugo candida in Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica juncea causes broad spectrum suppression of innate immunity
  524. A systematic representation of crop rotations
  525. Variation in molybdenum content across broadly distributed populations of Arabidopsis thaliana is controlled by a mitochondrial molybdenum transporter (MOT1)
  526. Response of a wide range of oilseed Brassica rapa accessions to Albugo candida isolates from B. juncea, B. rapa, B. nigra and B. oleracea
  527. Seed production and subsequent seed germination of Senecio vulgaris (groundsel) grown alone or in autumn-sown crops
  528. Non-linear feedback processes and a latitudinal gradient in the climatic effects determine green spruce aphid outbreaks in the UK
  529. Atmospheric SO2 emissions since the late 1800s change organic sulfur forms in humic substance extracts of soils
  530. Chemical ecology and conservation biological control
  531. Economic performance of the 'push-pull' technology for stemborer and Striga control in smallholder farming systems in western Kenya
  532. Viruses, vectors, host plants and environment: from complexity to control?
  533. Impacts of climate change on aphids
  534. Resistance genes (R genes) in plants
  535. Take-all: predicting the risk of damage
  536. Disease resistance in genotypes derived from inter-specific crosses involving Brassica juncea/B. carinata
  537. Functional resilience of soil microbial communities depends on both soil structure and microbial community composition
  538. Antiectoparasitic activity of the gum resin, gum haggar, from the East African plant, Commiphora holtziana
  539. The importance of temperature and moisture to the egg-laying behaviour of a pest slug, Deroceras reticulatum
  540. The effect of soil strength on yield of wheat
  541. Transcriptome analysis of grain development in hexaploid wheat
  542. Integrated management of Striga hermonthica , stemborers and declining soil fertility in western Kenya
  543. Growth hormones for increased wheat yield?
  544. Controlling Septoria: can azole fungicides be relied upon?
  545. Farm Level Optimal Water Management: Assistant for Irrigation under Deficit (FLOW-AID)
  546. Is the only good weed a dead weed?
  547. Degradation of the auxin response factor ARF1
  548. Mitochondrial respiratory pathways modulate nitrate sensing and nitrogen-dependent regulation of plant architecture in Nicotiana sylvestris
  549. Genetic and environmental control of flowering in sugar beet
  550. Modelling of concentrations along a moving observer in an inhomogeneous plume. Biological application: model of odour-mediated insect flights
  551. Virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) as a tool for functional genomics in wheat
  552. Rhizobial symbioses - past, present and future
  553. Potential use of Pasteuria spp. in the management of plant parasitic nematodes
  554. The effect of lignin and inorganic species in biomass on pyrolysis oil yields, quality and stability
  555. Pyrethroid resistance in pollen beetles: a manageable threat?
  556. Use of SIMSDAIRY modelling framework system to compare the scope on the sustainability of a dairy farm of animal and plant genetic-based improvements with management-based changes
  557. Survival of bacterial DNA and culturable bacteria in archived soils from the Rothamsted Broadbalk experiment
  558. The infection biology of Fusarium graminearum single gene deletion strains
  559. Shoot calcium and magnesium concentrations differ between subtaxa, are highly heritable, and associate with potentially pleiotropic loci in Brassica oleracea
  560. Gene expression, cellular localisation and function of glutamine synthetase isozymes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  561. The analysis of QTL by simultaneous use of the full linkage map
  562. Models of fungicide resistance dynamics
  563. Characterization of Cd translocation and identification of the Cd form in xylem sap of the Cd-hyperaccumulator Arabidopsis halleri
  564. Influence of electron transport proteins on the reactions catalyzed by Fusarium fujikuroi gibberellin monooxygenases
  565. Disease-weather relationships for powdery mildew and yellow rust on winter wheat
  566. Weed and invertebrate community compositions in arable farmland
  567. Simulation of extreme weather events by a stochastic weather generator
  568. A radar study of emigratory flight and layer formation by insects at dawn over southern Britain
  569. Multi-year assessment of Unilever's progress towards agricultural sustainability II: outcomes for peas (UK), spinach (Germany, Italy), tomatoes (Australia, Brazil, Greece, USA), tea (Kenya, Tanzania, India) and oil palm (Ghana)
  570. Multi-year assessment of Unilever's progress towards agricultural sustainability I: indicators, methodology and pilot farm results
  571. Book review: Plant solute transport. Yeo, A.R., Flowers, T.J. eds. 2007. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell
  572. Clonal turnover of MACE-carrying peach-potato aphids (Myzus persicae (Sulzer), Homoptera: Aphididae) colonizing Scotland
  573. Integration of biological control with other methods of nematode management
  574. Monoclonal antibodies reveal changes in predator efficiency with prey spatial pattern
  575. Wind selection and drift compensation optimize migratory pathways in a high-flying moth
  576. Effects of fluquinconazole and silthiofam, applied as seed treatments to single or consecutive crops of wheat, on take-all epidemic development and grain yields
  577. Identification of odorant-binding proteins of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti : genome annotation and comparative analyses
  578. Biotype monitoring and genetic relationships of Bemisia tabaci in Greece: mitochondrial DNA and microsatellite polymorphism
  579. Partitioning of photosynthetic electron flow between CO2 assimilation and O2 reduction in sunflower plants under water deficit
  580. Genetics and epigenetics of fruit development and ripening
  581. The gibberellin biosynthetic genes AtGA20ox1 and AtGA20ox2 act, partially redundantly, to promote growth and development throughout the Arabidopsis lifecycle
  582. Spatial analysis of the error in a model of soil nitrogen
  583. Linking pollution induced community tolerance (PICT) and microbial community structure in chronically metal polluted estuarine sediments
  584. Species abundance dynamics under neutral assumptions: a Bayesian approach to the controversy
  585. Cytosolic nitrate ion homeostasis: could it have a role in sensing nitrogen status?
  586. Quantifying the effect of uncertainty in soil moisture characteristics on plant growth using a crop simulation model
  587. Microbial response to the addition of glucose in low-fertility soils
  588. A temperature-sensitive mutation in the Arabidopsis thaliana phosphomannomutase gene disrupts protein glycosylation and triggers cell death
  589. Nitrogen release dynamics and transformation of slow release fertiliser products and their effects on tea yield and quality
  590. Insecticide resistance and biotype status of populations of the tobacco whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) from Turkey
  591. Over-expression of a gibberellin 2-oxidase gene from Phaseolus coccineus L. enhances gibberellin inactivation and induces dwarfism in Solanum species
  592. Assessment of chemical and biochemical stabilization of organic C in soils from the long-term experiments at Rothamsted (UK)
  593. Insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci: a global perspective
  594. The mineralisation of fresh and humified soil organic matter by the soil microbial biomass
  595. Torrefaction of reed canary grass, wheat straw and willow to enhance solid fuel qualities and combustion properties
  596. Pathozone dynamics of Meloidogyne incognita in the rhizosphere of tomato plants in the presence and absence of the nematophagous fungus, Pochonia chlamydosporia
  597. First report of the identification of Moroccan watermelon mosaic virus in papaya in Democratic Republic of Congo
  598. First report of a 16SrI, Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris group phytoplasma associated with a date palm disease in Saudi Arabia
  599. Variation in root-to-shoot translocation of cadmium and zinc among different accessions of the hyperaccumulators Thlaspi caerulescens and Thlaspi praecox
  600. Intraguild predation of the aphid pathogenic fungus Pandora neoaphidis by the invasive coccinellid Harmonia axyridis
  601. Resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) in winter oilseed rape
  602. Intraguild predation involving Harmonia axyridis : a review of current knowledge and future perspectives
  603. Trehalose metabolism and signaling
  604. Trelahose 6-phosphate: a signal of sucrose status
  605. Serological relationships among the over-expressed coat proteins of allexiviruses
  606. Does cadmium play a physiological role in the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens ?
  607. Noteworthy records of late-flying moths (Lepidoptera) in Rothamsted Insect Survey light traps, 2006
  608. The Triangle Heterogenea asella (D. & S.) (Lep.: Limacodidae) in Devon
  609. Blair's Mocha Cyclophora puppillaria (Hb.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Rothamsted light traps, 2006
  610. The Marbled Pug Eupithecia irriguata (Hb.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Dorset (VC9)
  611. Unusual flight time of the Autumnal Moth Epirrita autumnata (Borkh.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in south Devon (VC3)
  612. First and second records of adult Yarrow Pug Eupithecia millefoliata Rossl. (Lep.: Geometridae) for Bedfordshire (VC30)
  613. The Buttoned Snout Hypena rostralis (L.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) recorded from a new site in Hertfordshire (VC20)
  614. Early record of the Cyprus Carpet Thera cupressata Geyer (Lep.: Geometridae) in Dorset (VC9)
  615. Second record of Pyrausta cingulata (Lep.: Pyralidae) in Bedfordshire (VC30)
  616. The Mocha Cyclophora annularia (Fabr.) and False Mocha Cyclophora porata (L.) (Lep.: Geometridae) at Monks Wood National Nature Reserve, Huntingdonshire (VC31)
  617. Noteworthy records of late-flying moths (Lepidoptera) from Rothamsted Insect Survey light traps, 2005
  618. Effect of variety and environmental factors on gluten proteins: an analytical, spectroscopic and rheological study
  619. Are azole fungicides losing ground against Septoria wheat disease? Resistance mechanisms in Mycosphaerella graminicola
  620. A new potyvirus from butterfly flower (Iris japonica Thunb.) in Zhejiang, China
  621. Plant biotechnology: transgenic crops
  622. Host recognition by the specialist hoverfly Microdon mutabilis , a social parasite of the ant Formica lemani
  623. Nitrogen mineralisation along a pH gradient of a silty loam UK soil
  624. cis- Jasmone induces accumulation of defence compounds in wheat, Triticum aestivum
  625. Response of ground-dwelling arthropods to a 'push-pull' habitat management system: spiders as an indicator group
  626. Identification of human-derived volatile chemicals that interfere with attraction of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes
  627. Selenium uptake, translocation and speciation in wheat supplied with selenate or selenite
  628. Soil nitrogen: how efficiently do crops use it?
  629. On-farm evaluation of the 'push-pull' technology for the control of stemborers and striga weed on maize in western Kenya
  630. Farmers' perceptions of a 'push-pull' technology for control of cereal stemborers and Striga weed in western Kenya
  631. The turnover of organic carbon in subsoils. Part 2. Modelling carbon turnover
  632. The turnover of organic carbon in subsoils. Part 1. Natural and bomb radiocarbon in soil profiles from the Rothamsted long-term field experiments
  633. Range and severity of a plant disease increased by global warming
  634. Fecundity and lifespan manipulations in Caenorhabditis elegans using exogenous peptides
  635. Ecological approaches to the control of pollen beetles in oilseed rape
  636. Asynchronous and synchronous updating in individual-based models
  637. cis- Jasmone induces Arabidopsis genes that affect the chemical ecology of multitrophic interactions with aphids and their parasitoids
  638. Nitrogen inputs and isotopes in precipitation in the North China Plain
  639. Evidence for organic N deposition and its anthropogenic sources in China
  640. Insecticide resistance and genetic composition of Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on field potatoes in New Zealand
  641. Estimation of quantitative genetic parameters
  642. Genetic characteristics of water-use related traits in sugar beet
  643. Cost-efficacy in measuring farmland biodiversity - lessons from the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  644. Bumblebee flight distances in relation to the forage landscape
  645. Amino acids and nitrate as signals for the regulation of nitrogen acquisition
  646. High-throughput allelic discrimination of B and Q biotypes of the whitefly, Bemisia tabaci using TaqMan allele-selective PCR
  647. Integrated pest management: the push-pull approach for controlling insect pests and weeds of cereals, and its potential for other agricultural systems including animal husbandry
  648. Inferences from fluctuations in the local variogram about the assumption of stationarity in the variance
  649. National-scale metacommunity dynamics of carabid beetles in UK farmland
  650. Temporal synergism can enhance carbamate and neonicotinoid insecticidal activity against resistant crop pests
  651. Effect of seasonal abiotic conditions and field margin habitat on the activity of Pandora neoaphidis inoculum on soil
  652. Resistance, epidemiology and sustainable management of Rhynchosporium secalis populations on barley
  653. Exploiting the diversity of Viviparous-1 gene associated with pre-harvest sprouting tolerance in European wheat varieties
  654. PHI-base update: additions to the pathogen-host interaction database
  655. Climate change set to worsen severity of stem canker
  656. Movement of transgenic plant-expressed Bt Cry1Ac proteins through high trophic levels
  657. Are green islands red herrings? Significance of green islands in plant interactions with pathogens and pests
  658. When does nitrate become a risk for humans?
  659. Carbon sequestration in European soils through straw incorporation: limitations and alternatives
  660. Climate change genes
  661. Beyond whole grain: the European HEALTHGRAIN project aims at healthier cereal foods
  662. An agronomic and physiological re-evaluation of the potassium and sodium requirements and fertilizer recommendations for sugar beet
  663. Arsenate-induced toxicity: effects on antioxidative enzymes and DNA damage in Vicia faba
  664. Are pests an increasing threat to vegetables?
  665. Climate change and phoma stem canker
  666. Fusarium graminearum gene deletion mutants map1 and tri5 reveal similarities and differences in the pathogenicity requirements to cause disease on Arabidopsis and wheat floral tissue
  667. Do cropping system and insecticide use in spring oilseed rape affect the abundance of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus Fab.) on the crop?
  668. The basic reproduction number of plant pathogens: matrix approaches to complex dynamics
  669. Rubber elasticity and wheat gluten proteins
  670. Adaxial/abaxial specification in the regulation of photosynthesis and stomatal opening with respect to light orientation and growth with CO2 enrichment in the C4 species Paspalum dilatatum
  671. Improving the nutritional quality of cereals by conventional and novel approaches
  672. Long-term relationships between environment and abundance of wheat of Phaeosphaeria nodorum and Mycosphaerella graminicola
  673. The Physcomitrella genome reveals evolutionary insights into the conquest of land by plants
  674. Mineralization of native soil organic matter is not regulated by the size, activity or composition of the soil microbial biomass - a new perspective
  675. Selective recovery of the virus-vector trichodorid nematode Paratrichodorus anemones from soil samples by immunomagnetic capture
  676. Optimizing nutrient management for farm systems
  677. Biological and molecular characterization of an American sugar beet-infecting Beet western yellows virus isolate
  678. Quantifying and comparing bumblebee nest densities in gardens and countryside habitats
  679. Nitrogen fertilizer and the efficiency of the sugar beet crop in late summer
  680. Historical changes in the concentrations of selenium in soil and wheat grain from the Broadbalk experiment over the last 160 years
  681. Efficient and rapid Agrobacterium -mediated genetic transformation of durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. var. durum) using additional virulence genes
  682. Technological quality of field grown transgenic lines of commercial wheat cultivars expressing the 1Ax1 HMW glutenin subunit gene
  683. Visualisation of plastids in endosperm, pollen and roots of transgenic wheat expressing modified GFP fused to transit peptides from wheat SSU RubisCO, rice FtsZ and maize ferredoxin III proteins
  684. Seasonal diet affects ammonia emissions from tie-stall dairy barns
  685. Optimising biogas fermentation using the Taguchi methodology
  686. Software sensor monitoring and fuzzy control of biogas production
  687. Optimisation of biogas production from a microbial perspective
  688. Taguchi methodology as a statistical tool for biotechnological applications: A critical appraisal
  689. Studies on improving the immobilized bead reusability and alkaline protease production by isolated immobilized Bacillus circulans (MTCC 6811) using overall evaluation criteria
  690. Identifying and managing the conflicts between agriculture and biodiversity conservation in Europe - a review
  691. Changes in chemical and biochemical soil properties induced by 11-yr repeated additions of different organic materials in maize-based forage systems
  692. Drying and rewetting effects on soil microbial community composition and nutrient leaching
  693. Do plant species with different growth strategies vary in their ability to compete with soil microbes for chemical forms of nitrogen?
  694. Effect of breed, season and pasture moisture gradient on foraging behaviour in cattle on semi-natural grasslands
  695. Management of livestock and their manure to reduce the risk of microbial transfers to water - the case for an interdisciplinary approach
  696. Comparison of models used for national agricultural ammonia emission inventories in Europe: liquid manure systems
  697. Assessing the impacts of agricultural intensification on biodiversity: a British perspective
  698. A Langrangian biogeochemical study of an eddy in the NE Atlantic