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  1. Dietary Transformation of Lipid in the Rumen Microbial Ecosystem
  2. A comparison between red clover silage and grass silage feeding on fatty acid composition, meat stability and sensory quality of the M. longissimus muscle of dairy cull cows
  3. Red clover polyphenol oxidase: Activation, activity and efficacy under grazing
  4. Effect of feeding fresh or conditioned red clover on milk fatty acids and nitrogen utilization in lactating dairy cows
  5. Rumen protozoa are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids due to the ingestion of chloroplasts
  6. Recombinant Cells And Plants For Synthesis Of Very Long Chains Fatty Acid (vlcfa) (Patent WO 2009/156469 A1)
  7. Recombinant Cells And Plants For Synthesis Of Very Long Chains Fatty Acid (vlcfa) (Patent CA 2727894 A1)
  8. Cis-jasmone As Semiochemical (Patent CA 2388964 C)
  9. Desaturase And Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent WO 2009/133145 A1)
  10. Desaturase And Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent CA 2723072 A1)
  11. Elongase Gene And Production Of Delta9-polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent US 7601889 B2)
  12. Delta 6 Desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent US 2009/0222955 A1)
  13. Delta6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent US 7554008 B2)
  14. Nucleic Acid (Patent US 2009/0019559 A1)
  15. Non-homogeneity of variance components from spatially nested sampling of the soil
  16. Aphid resistance in wheat varieties
  17. Ondex: Data integration and visualisation for the Semantic Web
  18. ASREML user guide release 3.0
  19. Cloud-radar observations of insects in the UK convective boundary layer
  20. Reminiscences of Rothamsted 1938-1941 by Harold Gough
  21. Expression and activity of sulfate transporters and APS reductase in curly kale in response to sulfate deprivation and re-supply
  22. Misexpression of FATTY ACID ELONGATION1 in the Arabidopsis Epidermis Induces Cell Death and Suggests a Critical Role for Phospholipase A2 in This Process
  23. The Hurley and North Wyke story: 60 years of grassland research, 1949-2009
  24. Evaluation of differential rooting and water use characteristics of sugar beet genotypes under field drought conditions
  25. Integrated feature and parameter optimization for an evolving spiking neural network: exploring heterogeneous probabilistic models
  26. Does kdr genotype predict insecticide-resistance phenotype in mosquitoes?
  27. Are long-term changes in soil organic matter reflected in the soil communities?
  28. Investigating soil food webs - tracking the translocation of 13C and 15N through microbial interactions within the soil
  29. Perennial energy crops: implications and potential
  30. BICCO-Net: the Biodiversity Impacts of Climate Change Observation Network
  31. The GAMes aphids play
  32. Bumblebees and pollination: a comparison of suburban gardens and farmland
  33. Assessing the value of Rural Stewardship schemes for providing foraging resources and nesting habitat for bumblebee queens (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
  34. Controlling crop disease to mitigate climate change
  35. Discontinuous host growth and the evolution of plant pathogens
  36. Statistical modelling of multiple responses with repeated measures on experimental units
  37. Using advanced methods to reduce the cost of soil sampling: ideas for the future
  38. Containment for insects
  39. Theoretical evaluation of pyramided and sequential deployment of resistance genes using a yield-related measure of durability of cultivar resistance
  40. An improved inventory of greenhouse gases from agriculture. Final report on Defra Project AC0101
  41. Latent mixed models
  42. ABA response element binding proteins are convergence points for metabolic and stress signalling pathways involving SNF1-related protein kinases
  43. Can organic farming feed the world? A contribution to the debate on the ability of organic farming systems to provide sustainable supplies of food (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society 663)
  44. Comparing components of CO2 assimilation in a variety of willow species
  45. Studying the pattern of synthesis, deposition and tissue location of gluten proteins by epitope tagging
  46. Control of Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) resistant to mesosulfuron+iodosulfuron
  47. Functional characterisation of reactive oxygen species-related genes in Mycosphaerella graminicola, an economically important pathogen of wheat
  48. Improving the diversity of resistance mechanisms available in wheat to combat fusarium ear blight disease
  49. Manipulation of the beta-glucan composition of wheat endosperm cell walls
  50. The use of botanical synergists to increase the efficacy of natural pyrethrins. PhD thesis, Imperial College London
  51. Olfactory basis of host-recognition in the black bean aphid, Aphis fabae
  52. Characterisation of the aphid alarm pheromone biosynthetic pathway
  53. Analysis of redox relationships in the plant cell cycle: determinations of ascorbate, glutathione and poly (ADPribose)polymerase (PARP) in plant cell cultures
  54. Comparative analyses of the abundance of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa ascospores in air samples using traditional PCR and Real-Time PCR
  55. Environmental and economic implications of interactions between disease control and nitrogen use
  56. Arsenic transport in plants
  57. Phytoextraction and management options to reduce cadmium and arsenic in food crops
  58. Arsenic uptake and metabolism in plants: mechanisms and mitigation measures to reduce arsenic transfer to the food chain
  59. Effects of different soil weights, storage times and extraction methods on soil phospholipid fatty acid analyses
  60. Conical epidermal cells allow bees to grip flowers and increase foraging efficiency
  61. Aspects of soil strength and stability in relation to soil management
  62. Soil strength and its influence on crop growth and tillage
  63. The Plant Clinic in 2009: dry spring + summer downpours = problems
  64. PhD summary report. Effects of geographical location on phoma stem canker and yield of oilseed rape crops in the UK (HGCA Project No RD-2004-3081)
  65. Turnip yellows virus (TuYV) on winter oilseed rape. Do we appreciate the risk?
  66. Characterisation of neonicotinoid resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  67. Hypotheses for developing new controls for animal and human disease vectors
  68. Update on ordering of pea aphid scaffolds by HAPPY mapping
  69. Investigating the interaction between maize and the leafhopper Cicadulina storeyi China (Homoptera: Cicadellidae), a major vector of maize streak virus
  70. Attraction of the stink bug egg parasitoid Telenomus podisi to defence signals from soybean activated by treatment with cis- jasmone
  71. Increased biodiversity in cereal cyst nematode infestations is not a threat to intensive cereal production in southern Britain
  72. Long-term effects of fertilizing systems on soil microstructure: rheological investigations of Rothamsted soils classifying stiffness degradation
  73. Linking plant biology and soil physics to understand hillslope hydrology
  74. Terrestrial ecological risk assessment of heavy metals
  75. Utilising ecotoxicology data from the UK long-term sludge trials for environmental protection
  76. Selenium in the environment
  77. Efficiency of soil N use by arable crops
  78. Pest wars - press paper
  79. Greenhouse gas emissions from four bioenergy crops in England and Wales: integrating spatial estimates of yield and soil carbon balance in life cycle analyses
  80. Characterising a plant C-glycosyltransferase from the biosynthesis of C-glycosylflavones, allelochemicals that control Striga parasitic weeds in Africa
  81. Potential for soil carbon sequestration, but with a full greenhouse gas budget
  82. Improving disease resistant crops - a matter of quantity versus quality
  83. Preface to 'Phoma stem canker on oilseed rape' by Ze (Arthur) Liu
  84. Stem canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy durable resistance. Project summary for EU Cordis
  85. The ups and downs of insect-plant interactions
  86. Prospects for the development of odour baits to control the Palpalis group species of tsetse flies, vectors of Human African Trypanosomiasis in West Africa
  87. The NBDs that wouldn't die
  88. Interactions of pyrethroids with the voltage-gated sodium channel
  89. Are long-term changes in soil organic matter reflected in the soil communities?
  90. The mechanism of mineralisation of soil organic matter by the soil microbial biomass - introducing the 'regulatory gate'
  91. Identification of sex pheromones for the Brazilian stinkbug species, Chinavia ubica and Chinavia impicticornis (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)
  92. cis- Jasmone as an activator of plant defence: understanding underlying mechanisms and towards field deployment
  93. Functional evaluation of plant defence signalling against Fusarium graminearum and F. culmorum in Arabidopsis floral tissue
  94. Molecular and genetic studies on Fusarium Ear Blight disease of wheat
  95. System-wide molecular evidence for phenotypic buffering in Arabidopsis
  96. Investigating the impact of plant activators upon induced plant defence against root-knot nematode and potato cyst nematode infection in tomatoes
  97. Are long-term changes in soil organic matter reflected in the soil communities?
  98. Temporal dynamics of a 13CO2 pulse in grassland mesocosms
  99. Movement of newly assimilated carbon in the grass Lolium perenne and its incorporation into rhizosphere microbial DNA
  100. Unruly pathogens: eliciting values for environmental risk in the context of heterogeneous expert knowledge
  101. The impact of Turnip yellows virus (TuYV) on winter oilseed rape - do we really appreciate the risk?
  102. Glyphosate tolerant sugar beet - a review of the potential economics in the UK
  103. How much seed should you use?
  104. BBRO summer programme
  105. Fluctuations in number of Cercospora beticola conidia in relationship to environment and disease severity in sugar beet
  106. Sugarbeet yield response to and its economic need for nitrogen fertilizer in England
  107. Characterisation of Bombyx mori odorant-binding proteins reveals that a 'general odorant-binding protein' discriminates between sex pheromone components
  108. Comparative genomic analyses of the odorant-binding proteins in the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum
  109. NETTAB 2009: 9th Annual Workshop on Network Tools and Applications in Biology: Technologies, Tools and Appliations for Collaborative and Social Bioinformatics Research and Development, Catania, 10-12 June 2009
  110. Preface
  111. Semantic web applications and tools for life sciences SWAT4LS 2008 (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 435)
  112. Semantic web applications and tools for life sciences, 2008 Edinburgh, UK, 28 November 2008 (BMC Bioibnformatics, Vol 10, Supplement 10)
  113. Semantic web applications and tools for life sciences (SWAT4LS). Preface
  114. The Bayesian maximum entropy method for lognormal variables
  115. Trehalose metabolites in Arabidopsis - elusive, active and central: July 14 2009
  116. Recilia banda Kramer (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae), a vector of Napier stunt phytoplasma in Kenya
  117. Grasses of different C4 subtypes reveal leaf traits related to drought tolerance in their natural habitats: changes in structure, water potential and amino acid content
  118. Modelling nitrous oxide dynamics in grazed grassland systems
  119. Determining frequencies of avirulent alleles in airborne inoculum of Leptosphaeria maculans using molecular assays
  120. Impact of biotic and abiotic interaction on soil microbial communities and functions: a field study
  121. The interaction of Medicago truncatula skl and sunn mutants with Meloidogyne incognita
  122. Raising yield potential in wheat
  123. Rubisco
  124. A rapid method for release and multiple strand amplification of small quantities of DNA from Pasteuria penetrans endospores
  125. Nutritional effects of a host plant (potato) and break crops on Pochonia chlamydosporia and other fungal parasites of the potato cyst nematode, Globodera pallida
  126. Physiological, biochemical and molecular responses of the soil microbial community after afforestation of pastures with Pinus radiata
  127. Effect of the MI gene on reproduction of Meloidogyne hispanica on tomato genotypes
  128. Phosphorus recovery from wastewater by struvite crystallization: a review
  129. Substrate inputs and pH as factors controlling microbial biomass, activity and community structure in an arable soil
  130. The evolution of Brassica napus FLOWERING LOCUST paralogues in the context of inverted chromosomal duplication blocks
  131. The wavelet packet transform: a technique for investigating temporal variation of river water solutes
  132. Potassium and nitrogen interactions in crop production (Translation into Polish of Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society No. 615)
  133. Potassium, magnesium and soil fertility: long term experimental evidence (Translation into Polish of Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society No. 613)
  134. Chemical characterization of herbal formula Yupingfeng powder and its single herbs (1) volatile components
  135. Effects of goat manure and inorganic phosphate addition on soil inorganic and microbial biomass phosphorus fractions under laboratory incubation conditions
  136. Tracking the fate of dung-derived carbohydrates in a temperate grassland soil using compound-specific stable isotope analysis
  137. Adaptability is key when monitoring insecticide resistance
  138. Relationship between cattle stocking density and NH3 emissions from cattle housing
  139. Host selection of the giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus)
  140. Molecular identification and characterisation of the Myzus persicae voltage gated sodium channel gene
  141. Nucleosome positioning in Arabidopsis
  142. Learning is involved in the response of parasitic wasps Aphidius ervi (Haliday) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to volatiles from a broad bean plant, Vicia faba (Fabaceae), infested by aphids Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris) (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  143. Understanding the roles of Green Revolution genes in wheat
  144. Molekularna detekcja inokulum pierwotnego chorobotworczych grzybow Leptosphaeria maculans i L. biglobosa w probach powietrza z regionu Dolnego Slaska [Molecular detection of the primary inoculum of the pathogenic fungi Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in Lower Silesia air samples]
  145. Aspects of the plant-nematode interactions: host recognition and plant signalling molecules
  146. Environmental aspects of out-wintering cattle on woodchip pads
  147. North-south divide: contrasting impacts of climate change on crop yields in Scotland and England
  148. The importance of weeds in the epidemiology of crop diseases
  149. Phytoplasmas: genomes, plant hosts and vectors
  150. Development of multiplex real-time PCR assays for identification of members of the Anopheles funestus species group
  151. Signalling and behaviour of potato cyst nematode in the rhizosphere of the trap crop, Solanum sisymbriifolium
  152. Measurement and pore-level modelling of the production of nitrous oxide from soil
  153. The management of grass weeds in winter cereals: the role of crop agronomy
  154. Quantifying the contribution of organisms to the provision of ecosystem services
  155. brassica.info Bulletin
  156. Resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides in the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeuroides vaporariorum
  157. Exploiting natural genetic diversity of barley germplasm to identify superior alleles of eIF4E conferring broad-spectrum virus resistance
  158. A new rapid and relatively inexpensive method for mining in plant germplasm collections for novel alleles of agronomically important genes: a case study in barley
  159. Identification and characterization of novel natural alleles of eIF4E in barley providing broad-spectrum resistance to Bymoviruses
  160. 8th International Aphid Symposium, Catania, Sicily, 8-12 June 2009
  161. Complementary methods for monitoring sugar beet aphids to improve risk management of virus yellows
  162. Aphids: insecticide resistance update
  163. Like moths to a flame: the Rothamsted light-trap network
  164. The Square-spotted Clay Xestia rhomboidea (Esp.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Huntingdonshire (VC 31)
  165. Very late flying Beautiful Snout Hypena crassalis (Fabr.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) from a Rothamsted light trap
  166. Commentary: It's not enough to develop agriculture that minimizes environmental impact
  167. Addressing the challenge of food and environmental security
  168. Altered distribution and life cycles of major pathogens in Europe
  169. Can copper availability have a regulatory function on nitrous oxide emissions from soil?
  170. The Orange Moth Angerona prunaria Linn. (Lep.: Geometridae) in Monks Wood, Huntingdonshire, VC31
  171. Important records from the Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap at Monymusk, South Aberdeenshire, VC92
  172. Plant defences induced by foliar application of jasmonates reduces infection of Meloidogyne incognita and Globodera pallida in Solanum lycopersicum
  173. The nematicidal properties of cysteine proteinases and their potential to control plant-parasitic nematodes
  174. Investigating the impact of plant activators upon induced plant defence against root-knot nematode and potato cyst-nematode infection in tomato
  175. Plant-nematode interactions: indole signals detected by the nematode's chemosensory organs control changes in the surface cuticle and behaviour
  176. Greenhouse gas emissions related to livestock in the UK inventory
  177. Resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) in Brassica napus (oilseed rape)
  178. The role of buffer zones for agricultural runoff
  179. Functional assessment of wetlands: towards evaluation of ecosystem services
  180. Nitrous oxide emission from arable land in England
  181. Investigating the simulation of nitrous oxide against field data at North Wyke
  182. Novel yeasts from biogas reactors for ethanol production
  183. Interactions between host plants and the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia used to regulate nematode populations
  184. The survival of Escherichia coli in soil, following dairy slurry application to land by surface broadcasting and shallow injection
  185. Impacts of predicted climate change on denitrification and greenhouse gas production in a temperate organic floodplain soil in southwest England
  186. Effects of soil drying and rewetting on phosphorus in leachate: the role of the soil microbial biomass and other properties
  187. Multilevel analysis of primary metabolism provides new insights into the role of potassium nutrition for glycolysis and nitrogen assimilation in Arabidopsis roots
  188. Identification and functional analysis of two ZIP metal transporters of the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  189. Measurement of low matric potentials with porous matrix sensors and water-filled tensiometers
  190. Enhanced production of xylanase by a newly isolated Aspergillus terreus under solid state fermentation using palm industrial waste: a statistical optimization
  191. Sulphur nutrition differentially affects the distribution of asparagine in wheat grain
  192. Book review: Wheat: science and trade; Brett F. Carver, Wiley-Blackwell (2009)
  193. Chemical induced defences in association with wheat leaf infection by Septoria tritici . Confidential report for DuPont Ltd
  194. Estimating the spatial distribution of a plant disease epidemic from a sample
  195. Optimal strategies for the eradication of Asiatic citrus canker in heterogeneous host landscapes
  196. Species and complexes within the genus Nacobbus: practical approaches
  197. Nitrogen in agriculture: an overview and definitions of nitrogen use efficiency (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society No 651)
  198. Exploiting the genetic diversity of natural barley germplasm for the discovery of novel eIF4E alleles conferring broad spectrum resistance to bymoviruses
  199. Construction and establishment of a containment level 3 plant growth facility at Rothamsted Research
  200. Confidential report to Bayer CropScience: spring-applied fungicides and take-all: field trial 2008/09
  201. Confidential report to Syngenta: spring-applied fungicides and take-all field trial 2008/09
  202. Identifying traits to improve the nitrogen economy of wheat: recent advances and future prospects
  203. Role of abscisic acid in disease resistance
  204. Climate change in Europe: altered life cycles and spread of major pathogens in oilseed rape
  205. Belowground ABA boosts aboveground production of DIMBOA and primes induction of chlorogenic acid in maize
  206. A numerical optimization method to estimate the spatial distribution of an epidemic
  207. Some consequences of using the Horsfall-Barratt scale for estimating disease severity compared to nearest percent estimation
  208. Mineralizacion potencial de nitrogeno en suelos derivados de cenizas volcanicas
  209. Evaluacion de la retencion de nitrato en suelos derivados de cenizas volcanicas
  210. Toward a new paradigm for user interaction on the semantic web to support life sciences investigation
  211. Relationship of bite mass of cattle to sward structure of four temperate grasses in short-term grazing sessions
  212. Optimising the sampling window for moth indicator communities
  213. Food security and drought
  214. Olfactory response of Haematobia irritans (Diptera: Muscidae) to cattle-derived volatile compounds
  215. The UK Environmental Change Network: emerging trends in the composition of plant and animal communities and the physical environment
  216. Crowded locusts produce hatchlings vulnerable to fungal attack
  217. Non-target effects of the 'push-pull' habitat management strategy: parasitoid activity and soil fauna abundance
  218. Through the keyhole: a key to open the bacterial lock; aka using BrdU to target pore space diversity
  219. Statistics and spatial heterogeneity
  220. Light intensity and social communication between hens
  221. 'To preserve his inward peace': Sir John Wittewronge's Discourse of 1664
  222. Microhabitat scale methods in microbial ecology
  223. Microbial diversity maintained in soils starved of plant inputs for 50 years
  224. A cross-taxonomic index for quantifying the health of farmland biodiversity
  225. Significance of root-attached soil and soil preparation for microbial biomass phosphorus measurement
  226. Evaluation of a predictive model for Mycosphaerella graminicola for economic and environmental benefits
  227. Effectors, effectors et encore des effectors: the XIV International Congress on Molecular-Plant Microbe Interactions, Quebec
  228. Digital image analysis: simplifying quantification of traits for root morphology and architecture for different sorghum varieties
  229. Variations in the dorso-ventral organization of leaf structure and Kranz anatomy coordinate the control of photosynthesis and associated signalling at the whole leaf level in monocotyledonous species
  230. Data integration for plant genomics - exemplars from the integration of Arabidopsis thaliana databases
  231. What can we learn from the Rothamsted Classical Experiments using molecular techniques
  232. Sampling bacteria at the microhabitat scale
  233. What plants do for soil and what happens after they've gone
  234. Sequencing the microbial metagenome of an iconic grassland soil, the Rothamsted Park Grass Experiment
  235. Biological control using microbial pathogens, endophytes and antagonists
  236. New insights on the effects of heat stress on crops
  237. Virgaviridae: a new family of rod-shaped plant viruses
  238. Structure-based substrate screening for an enzyme
  239. Changes in the soil microbial community structure with latitude in eastern China, based on phospholipid fatty acid analysis
  240. Flight periodicity and the vertical distribution of high-altitude moth migration over southern Britain
  241. Fungal entomopathogens: new insights on their ecology
  242. Long-term changes in the abundance of flying insects
  243. High concentrations and dry deposition of reactive nitrogen species at two sites in the North China Plain
  244. Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to tomato plant volatiles
  245. Honeybees use a Levy flight search strategy and odour-mediated anemotaxis to relocate food sources
  246. Levy flight patterns are predicted to be an emergent property of a bumblebee's foraging strategy
  247. Scale-free animal movement patterns: Levy walks outperform fractional Brownian motions and fractional Levy motions in random search scenarios
  248. Insecticide resistance and its association with target-site mutations in natural populations of Anopheles gambiae from eastern Uganda
  249. Environmental and genetic control of arsenic accumulation and speciation in rice grain: comparing a range of common cultivars grown in contaminated sites across Bangladesh, China and India
  250. Seasonally adaptive migratory headings mediated by a sun compass in the painted lady butterfly, Vanessa cardui
  251. The impact of nutrition on parasitism of nematode eggs by Pochonia chlamydosporia
  252. Meloidogyne species - a diverse group of novel and important plant parasites
  253. Control of weed beet and bolters
  254. Root-knot nematodes
  255. Interactions with other pathogens
  256. Kriging a soil variable with a simple nonstationary variance model
  257. Integration of edible beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) into the push-pull technology developed for stemborer and Striga control in maize-based cropping systems
  258. Analyses of air samples for ascospores of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa by light microscopy and molecular techniques
  259. A new approach to assessing phosphorus use efficiency in agriculture
  260. DArT markers: diversity analyses, genomes comparison, mapping and integration with SSR markers in Triticum monococcum
  261. Effect of tillage system and straw management on organic matter dynamics
  262. Modelling non-stationary variance of soil properties by tempering an empirical spectrum
  263. The dark umber Philereme transversata (Hufn.) (Lep.: Geometridae), a first for Northumberland
  264. Noteworthy record of a late-flying common cockchafer Melolontha melolontha L. (Col.: Scarabaeidae) from a Rothamsted light trap
  265. Role of natural products in nature: plant-insect interactions
  266. Heavy metals and soil microbes
  267. Editorial: Special issue on statistical bioinformatics
  268. Survival mechanisms
  269. Can an understanding of the biology and ecology of Pochonia chlamydosporia improve its performance as a biological control agent?
  270. Distribution of pyrethroid and DDT resistance and the L1014F kdr mutation in Anopheles gambiae s.l. from Burkina Faso (West Africa)
  271. Hatch and host location
  272. Reproduction, physiology and biochemistry
  273. Semantic web applications and tools for life sciences, 2008 - introduction
  274. Assessment of technical efficiency of farmer teachers in the uptake and dissemination of push-pull technology in Western Kenya
  275. Measurement of key compositional parameters in two species of energy grass by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
  276. Saturation transfer difference NMR reveals functionally essential kinetic differences for a sugar-binding repressor protein
  277. Electrophysiological characterization of pathways for K+ uptake into growing and non-growing leaf cells of barley
  278. Advantages of the metagenomic approach for soil exploration: reply from Vogel et al
  279. Identification of pyrethroid resistance associated mutations in the para sodium channel of the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae)
  280. The synthesis and accumulation of stearidonic acid in transgenic plants: a novel source of 'heart-healthy' omega-3 fatty acids
  281. Sampling and analytical plus subsampling variance components for five soil indicators observed at regional scale
  282. Biohydrogen production from renewable agri-waste blend: optimization using mixer design
  283. Accuracy of generalized dimensions estimated from grayscale images using the method of moments
  284. Adaptation and evaluation of the bottle assay for monitoring insecticide resistance in disease vector mosquitoes in the Peruvian Amazon
  285. Scale appropriate modelling of diffuse microbial pollution from agriculture
  286. Volatile C8 compounds and psuedomonads influence primordium formation of Agaricus bisporus
  287. Semiochemicals used in host location by the coffee berry borer, Hypothenemus hampei
  288. Controlling crop disease contributes to both food security and climate change mitigation
  289. Estimating the regional mean status and change of soil properties: two distinct objectives for soil survey
  290. Modifying the alkylglusosinolate profile in Arabidopsis thaliana alters the tritrophic interaction with the herbivore Brevicoryne brassicae and parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae
  291. First report of a 16SrI, 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' isolate affecting eggplant and Mikania sp. in Bangladesh
  292. First report of 16SrII 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia' infecting chilli and tamarillo in Indonesia
  293. C-glucosylflavonoid biosynthesis from 2-hydroxynaringenin by Desmodium uncinatum (Jacq.) (Fabaceae)
  294. Competition and co-existence of Zoophthora radicans and Pandora blunckii , two co-occurring fungal pathogens of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella
  295. First report of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' (group 16SrI) infecting fruits and vegetables in Islamabad, Pakistan
  296. Remobilization of leaf S compounds and senescence in response to restricted sulphate supply during the vegetative stage of oilseed rape are affected by mineral N availability
  297. Potassium channels in barley: cloning, functional characterization and expression analyses in relation to leaf growth and development
  298. Intraguild interactions between the entomopathogenic fungus Pandora neoaphidis and an aphid predator and parasitoid at the population scale
  299. First report of phytoplasmas affecting organoponic crops in central and eastern Cuba
  300. Optimising the success of random destructive searches: Levy walks can outperform ballistic motions
  301. Abscisic acid levels in tomato ovaries are regulated by LeNCED1 and SlCYP707A1
  302. High-throughput ESI-MS analysis of binding between the Bombyx mori pheromone-binding protein BmorPBP1, its pheromone components and some analogues
  303. Functional characterization of the Arabidopsis beta-ketoacyl-coenzyme A reductase candidates of the fatty acid elongase
  304. Genetic structure and population dynamics of a heteroecious plant pathogen Melampsora larici-epitea in short-rotation coppice willow plantations
  305. Selenium in higher plants: understanding mechanisms for biofortification and phytoremediation
  306. Characterisation of Bombyx mori odorant-binding proteins reveals that a general odorant-binding protein discriminates between sex pheromone components
  307. Encapsulated fumaric acid as a feed ingredient to decrease ruminal methane emissions
  308. Physical effects of soil drying on roots and crop growth
  309. Studies on the epidemiology and yield losses from rice black-streaked dwarf disease in a recent epidemic in Zheijiang province, China
  310. Priming of plant innate immunity by rhizobacteria and beta-aminobutyric acid: differences and similarities in regulation
  311. Periodic host absence and the evolution of plant pathogens
  312. Repellent activity of alligator pepper, Aframomum melegueta and ginger, Zingiber officinale against the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais
  313. Responses of soil clay mineralogy in the Rothamsted Classical Experiments in relation to management practice and changing land use
  314. The multifaceted role of ABA in disease resistance
  315. Linking life sciences data using graph-based mapping
  316. Arable weeds: the impact of climate change on our weed landscape
  317. Phoma stem canker: the effect of geographical location
  318. Increasing the health benefits of wheat
  319. Modelling the interaction between rhizome and aboveground growth dynamics of Miscanthus x giganteus
  320. Discrimination of alarm pheromone (E )-beta-farnesene by aphid odorant-binding proteins
  321. Using measurements close to a detection limit in a geostatistical case study to predict selenium concentration in topsoil
  322. The effect of long-term soil management on the physical and biological resilience of a range of arable and grassland soils in England
  323. Wavelet transforms applied to irregularly sampled soil data
  324. Spatial monitoring of a non-stationary soil property: phosphorus in a Florida water conservation area
  325. A stochastic-geometric model of soil variation
  326. Microbial communities in roots of Pinus sylvestris seedlings with damping-off symptoms in two forest nurseries as determined by ITS1/2 rDNA sequencing
  327. Stable transformation of plants
  328. Transient transformation of plants
  329. Pollination biology of fruit-bearing hedgerow plants and the role of flower-visiting insects in fruit-set
  330. High-resolution melting analysis of cDNA-derived PCR amplicons for rapid and cost-effective identification of novel alleles in barley
  331. High resolution melting curve analysis for mutation detection in plants: a case study in barley
  332. Surveys reveal the occurrence of phytoplasmas in plants at different geographical locations in Peru
  333. Starving the soil of plant inputs for 50 years reduces abundance but not diversity of soil bacterial communities
  334. Quantifying terrestrial carbon stocks: examining the spatial variation in two upland areas in the UK and a comparison to mapped estimates of soil carbon
  335. Production of extracellular enzymes by different isolates of Pochonia chlamydosporia
  336. Signal signature of aboveground-induced resistance upon belowground herbivory in maize
  337. Using adult mosquitoes to transfer insecticides to Aedes aegypti larval habitats
  338. Understanding the interaction between an obligate hyperparasitic bacterium, Pasteuria penetrans and its obligate plant-parasitic nematode host, Meloidogyne spp.
  339. Estimation of ramet production from Miscanthus x giganteus rhizome of different ages
  340. The Horsfall-Barratt scale and severity estimates of citrus canker
  341. Rapeseed cytoplasm gives advantage in wild relatives and complicates genetically modified crop biocontainment
  342. Arsenite transport in plants
  343. Responses of invertebrate trophic level, feeding guild and body size to the management of improved grassland field margins
  344. Bumblebee vulnerability and conservation world-wide
  345. Molecular characterization of a new macluravirus from yam in Yunnan, China
  346. Nature's arsenal: distinguishing predators from their prey
  347. Fungicide strategies for 2009
  348. Biochar, climate change and soil: a review to guide future research (CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 05/09)
  349. Effects of rapidly imposed water deficit on photosynthetic parameters of three C4 grasses
  350. Toxicity of trace metals in soil as affected by soil type and aging after contamination: using calibrated bioavailability models to set ecological soil standards
  351. Relationship between saprotrophic growth in soil of different biotypes of Pochonia chlamydosporia and the infection of nematode eggs
  352. New modelling approaches to estimate regional biomass supply and to simulate the growth of perennial biomass crops
  353. Bioenergy from permanent grassland - a review: 2. Combustion
  354. Bioenergy from permanent grassland - a review: 1. Biogas
  355. Physiological responses to Cd and Zn in two Cd/Zn hyperaccumulating Thlaspi species
  356. Mutation discovery for crop improvement
  357. Identification of low inorganic and total grain arsenic rice cultivars from Bangladesh
  358. Flight metabolic rate and Pgi genotype influence butterfly dispersal rate in the field
  359. What drives community dynamics?
  360. Dissipation of bacterially derived C and N through the meso- and macrofauna of a grassland soil
  361. Migratory plant endoparasitic nematodes: a group rich in contrasts and divergence
  362. Freeways in the plant: transporters for N, P and S and their regulation
  363. Control of ALS-resistant chickweed and poppy in cereals (HGCA Information Sheet 06)
  364. How many species and complexes within the genus Nacobbus ?
  365. Oilseed rape herbicides and water protection (HGCA Information Sheet 09)
  366. Land use implications of increased biomass production identified by GIS-based suitability and yield mapping for miscanthus in England
  367. The rice aquaporin Lsi1 mediates uptake of methylated arsenic species
  368. Symposium reports from the 2008 ESA Annual Meeting. Symposium 18. Citizen science in ecology: the intersection of research and education
  369. Stability of biochar in the soil
  370. Effects of active silicon uptake by rice on 29Si fractionation in various plant parts
  371. Bumblebee nest density and the scale of available forage in arable landscapes
  372. Investigating the host range of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot). Undergraduate bursary 2008 report
  373. Capture and use of solar radiation, water and nitrogen by sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
  374. Population and insecticide resistance dynamics in aphid vectors of beet viruses. Final report to BBRO on project number 05/14
  375. Foraging range and the spatial distribution of worker bumble bees
  376. The Rothamsted Insect Survey Light-trap Network
  377. The Rothamsted Insect Survey Light-trap Network
  378. The Rothamsted Insect Survey Light-trap Network
  379. Implications of phenotypic variation of Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae) for biological control on greenhouse pepper plants
  380. Effects of nutrient and insecticide treatments on invertebrate numbers and predation on slugs in an upland grassland: a monoclonal antibody-based approach
  381. Molecular turnover time of soil organic matter in particle-size fractions of an arable soil
  382. Use of real-time quantitative PCR to investigate root and gall colonisation by co-inoculated isolates of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  383. Isolation, cloning and confirmation as an allergen of the 2S albumin from hazelnut
  384. Biofortification and phytoremediation
  385. Flow simulation in a complex fluidics using three turbulence models and unstructured grids
  386. Transgenic approach to improve wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) nutritional quality
  387. Storage product synthesis and accumulation in developing grains of wheat
  388. Improving the health benefits of wheat: the EU HEALTHGRAIN programme
  389. Real-time quantitative RT-PCR: design, calculations and statistics
  390. Inhibition of SNF1-related protein kinase1 activity and regulation of metabolic pathways by trehalose 6-phosphate
  391. Inhibition of SNF1-related protein kinase1 activity and regulation of metabolic pathways by trehalose 6-phosphate
  392. Caracterizacion del hongo nematofago cepa IMI SD 187 de Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata (Kamyscho ex Barron y Onions) Zare y Gams
  393. Measuring abundance, diversity and parasitic ability in two populations of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia
  394. Arsenite efflux is not enhanced in the arsenate-tolerant phenotype of Holcus lanatus
  395. Application of Rice's theory to recurrence statistics of concentration fluctuations in dispersing plumes
  396. Effects of fungicides on the phoma stem canker species complex of oilseed rape
  397. Preface: Special issue on crop science for a changing climate and plant biomass for food and energy
  398. Genomic approaches for designing durum wheat ready for climate change with a focus on drought
  399. Desktop review of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Report on project no. F08/019 to DairyCo)
  400. How might we model an ecosystem?
  401. Effects of soil drying and rate of re-wetting on concentrations and forms of phosphorus in leachate
  402. Novel insights into the inhibition of symbiotic nitrogen fixation by dark chilling in soybean root nodules
  403. Use of a micro-sward technique for determining bite mass of four grass species in short-term tests
  404. Einfluss der Dungung mit Biogasgarresten auf Denitrifikation und Lachgasemissionen (Influence of fertilisation with biogas residues on denitrification and N2O emissions)
  405. Aerating recycled water on mushroom composting sites affects its chemical analysis and the characteristics of odor emissions
  406. Molecular characterization and functional analysis of MgNLP the sole NPP1 domain-containing protein, from the fungal wheat leaf pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  407. Exploring competitiveness and genetic variation in the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia and its significance for biological control
  408. Protein-protein interactions in two potyviruses using the yeast two-hybrid system
  409. Uncertainties in data and models to describe event dynamics of agricultural sediment and phosphorus transfer
  410. Denitrification potential and N2/N2O ratio in subsoils under Irish grazed grassland
  411. Soil organic carbon contents in long-term experimental grassland plots in the UK (Palace Leas and Park Grass) have not changed consistently in recent decades
  412. Drought stress increases the production of 5-hydroxynorvaline in two C4 grasses
  413. Transgenic applications in wheat improvement
  414. Sterol content analysis suggests altered eburicol 14alpha-demethylase (CYP51) activity in isolates of Mycosphaerella graminicola adapted to azole fungicides
  415. Response to the comment by Van Geen and Duxbury
  416. Molecular cloning and characterization of the Dicer-like 2 gene from Brassica rapa
  417. The effect of pathogens on honeybee learning and foraging behaviour
  418. The effect of pathogens on honeybee learning and foraging behaviour
  419. The effect of pathogens on honeybee learning and foraging behaviour
  420. Comments on 'Flow distribution in U-type layers or stacks of planar fuel cells' by W.H. Huang, Q.S. Zhu [J. Power Sources 178 (2008) 353-362]
  421. Experimental investigation of the transient thermal performance of a bent heat pipe with grooved surface
  422. The HEALTHGRAIN programme opens new opportunities for improving wheat for nutrition and health
  423. Identifying target traits and molecular mechanisms for wheat breeding under a changing climate
  424. Beyond biological control: non-pest insects and their pathogens in a changing world
  425. Engineering proteins for improved nutritional value
  426. Current trends in biotechnological production of xylitol and future prospects
  427. Single channel study of deltamethrin interactions with wild-type and mutated rat Nav1.2 sodium channels expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  428. Investigating the effects of organic and conventional management on soil aggregate stability using X-ray computed tomography
  429. The value of pre-emergence herbicides for combating herbicide-resistant Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  430. Herbicide resistance in amenity weed control situations. Technical leaflet
  431. Abundance of weeds in arable fields in southern England in 2007/08
  432. Bioremediation of poly-aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH)-contaminated soil by composting
  433. UK greenhouse gas inventory, 1990 to 2007. Annual report for submission under the Framework Convention on Climate Change
  434. Establishing relative release kinetics of faecal indicator organisms from different faecal matrices
  435. Impact of proquinazid on appressorial development of the barley powdery mildew fungus Blumeria graminis f.sp hordei
  436. Reply to Kuzyakov et al.'s comments on our paper:'Kemmitt, S., Lanyon, C. V., Waite, I. S., Wen, Q., O'Donnell, A. G., Brookes, P. C., 2008. Mineralization of native soil organic matter is not regulated by the size, activity or composition of the soil microbial biomass - a new perspective. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40, 61-73'
  437. Setting the stage
  438. Low nitrogen leaching losses in andisoils, advances in the processes involved
  439. Inhibition of SNF1-related protein kinase1 activity and regulation of metabolic pathways by trehalose-6-phosphate
  440. Arsenic uptake and speciation in the rootless duckweed Wolffia globosa
  441. Effect of nitrogen form on the rhizosphere dynamics and uptake of cadmium and zinc by the hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens
  442. A novel transcriptomic approach to identify candidate genes for grain quality traits in wheat
  443. Rhizomania survey 2008
  444. Pests, weeds and diseases review of 2008
  445. The Levy flight paradigm: random search patterns and mechanisms
  446. Beet yield response to fertilizer nitrogen supply and its optimal requirements in the sugar beet crop
  447. Mapping and diagnostic marker development for Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus resistance in bread wheat
  448. Characterization of two unusual features of resistance to Soilborne cereal mosaic virus in hexaploid wheat: leakiness and gradual elimination of viral coat protein from infected root tissues
  449. Climate change impacts and opportunities in agriculture
  450. Mitigation of arsenic accumulation in rice with water management and silicon fertilization
  451. Why was 2008 such a good year for beet yields?
  452. Shoot yield drives phosphorus use efficiency in Brassica oleracea and correlates with root architecture traits
  453. Pru p 3 as a marker for symptom severity for patients with a peach allergy in a birch pollen environment
  454. Cloning and molecular characterization of a novel x-type glutenin gene Glu-Dt1 from Aegilops tauschii
  455. Effects of osmotic and matric potential on radial growth and accumulation of endogenous reserves in three isolates of Pochonia chlamydosporia
  456. Patterns of heterotrophic microbial activity in eutrophic and oligotrophic peatlands
  457. A note on bimodality in the log-likelihood function for penalized spline mixed models
  458. Use of molecular methods for the detection of fungal spores
  459. TerraGenome: a consortium for the sequencing of a soil metagenome
  460. cDNA cloning, expression levels and gene mapping of photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic ferredoxin genes in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
  461. Identification and biological activity of sex pheromone components from females of the plum moth Illiberis rotundata Jordan (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae: Procridinae)
  462. Wheat
  463. Modelling phytoremediation by the hyperaccumulating fern, Pteris vittata , of soils historically contaminated with arsenic
  464. Quantifying effects of simple wheat traits on yield in water-limited environments using a modelling approach
  465. Contrasting soil pH effects on fungal and bacterial growth suggest functional redundancy in carbon mineralization
  466. Detection and quantification of airborne inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using quantitative PCR
  467. The effect of transmission route on plant virus epidemic development and disease control
  468. The importance of cytosolic glutamine synthetase in nitrogen assimilation and recycling
  469. Effect of temperature and nitrate-amended floodwater on denitrification rates and greenhouse gas production in river marginal wetland hydrogeomorphic units. (EUROLIMPACS report on Deliverable 310, Project no GOCE-CT-2003-505540))
  470. Adaptive Levy walks can outperform composite Brownian walks in non-destructive random searching scenarios
  471. Airborne radiometric survey data and a DTM as covariates for regional scale mapping of soil organic carbon across Northern Ireland
  472. Enhancing pollinator biodiversity in intensive grasslands
  473. Weed Manager - a model-based decision support system for weed management in arable crops
  474. Combining spatial resolutions in the multiscale analysis of soil pore-size distributions
  475. A cross-disciplinary toolkit to assess the risk of faecal indicator loss from grassland farm systems to surface waters
  476. Gibberellin as a factor in floral regulatory networks
  477. A review of host finding behaviour in the parasitic sea louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Caligidae: Copepoda)
  478. Barley root morphology affects the zoospore production rate by the obligate root parasite and soil-borne virus vector Polymyxa graminis
  479. Identification of human-derived volatile chemicals that interfere with attraction of the Scottish biting midge and their potential use as repellents
  480. Phytotoxicity and bioavailability of cobalt to plants in a range of soils
  481. A meta-analysis of sugarbeet yield responses to nitrogen fertilizer measured in England since 1980
  482. Quantitative resistance to symptomless growth of Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) in Brassica napus (oilseed rape)
  483. New genetic opportunities from legume intercrops for controlling Striga spp. parasitic weeds
  484. The N-end rule pathway promotes seed germination and establishment through removal of ABA sensitivity in Arabidopsis
  485. A novel, integrated approach to assessing social, economic and environmental implications of changing rural land-use: a case study of perennial biomass crops
  486. Using stochastic dynamic programming to support weed management decisions over a rotation
  487. Snf1-related protein kinases (SnRKs) act within an intricate network that links metabolic and stress signalling in plants
  488. Vicia faba-Lygus rugulipennis interactions: induced plant volatiles and sex pheromone enhancement
  489. Climate mediated exogenous forcing and synchrony in populations of the oak aphid in the UK
  490. Molecular determinants on the insect sodium channel for the specific action of type II pyrethroid insecticides
  491. An agglomerative hierarchical approach to visualisation in Bayesian clustering problems
  492. Distribution of insensitive acetylcholinesterase (ace-1R) in Anopheles gambiae s.l. populations from Burkina Faso (West Africa)
  493. Lack of the plant signalling component SGT1b enhances disease resistance to Fusarium culmorum in Arabidopsis buds and flowers
  494. Modeling dynamic fragmentation of soil
  495. Evaluating soil stabilisation by biological processes using step-wise aggregate fractionation
  496. Selection and characterization of resistance to Polymyxa betae , vector of Beet necrotic yellow vein virus , derived from wild sea beet
  497. Identification of potential vectors and alternative plant hosts for the phytoplasma associated with napier grass stunt disease in Ethiopia
  498. First report on detection of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia' (group 16Srll) affecting sapodilla in eastern Cuba
  499. New plant hosts for group 16Srll, 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia', in India
  500. Occurrence of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia' (16Srll group) in cassava and four other species in Uganda
  501. Evaluation of farmers' field days as a dissemination tool for push-pull technology in Western Kenya
  502. Molecular identification, potential vectors and alternative hosts of the phytoplasma associated with a lime decline disease in Saudi Arabia
  503. Variation in mineral micronutrient concentrations in grain of wheat lines of diverse origin
  504. Effects of different rates and timing of application of nitrogen as slurry and mineral fertilizer on yield of herbage and nitrate-leaching potential of a maize/Italian ryegrass cropping system in north-west Portugal
  505. Trafficking of storage proteins in developing grain of wheat
  506. Wheat grain proteins
  507. Puroindoline genes and proteins in tetraploid and hexaploid species of Triticum
  508. Pyridine nucleotide cycling and control of intracellular redox state in relation to poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase activity and nuclear localization of glutathione during exponential growth of Arabidopsis cells in culture
  509. Geographical variation in total and inorganic arsenic content of polished (white) rice
  510. Musings about the effects of environment on photosynthesis
  511. Wheat: chemistry and technology - 4th edition
  512. Transgenic manipulation of wheat quality
  513. Soil organic matter: its importance in sustainable agriculture and carbon dioxide fluxes
  514. Allelic variation and genetic diversity of high molecular weight glutenin subunit in Chinese endemic wheats (Triticum aestivum L.)
  515. Enzymes and enzyme inhibitors endogenous to wheat
  516. Development, structure and mechanical properties of the wheat grain
  517. Arsenic uptake and metabolism in plants
  518. The presence of generalist plant pathogens might not explain the long-term coexistence of plant species
  519. Remodelling of arabinoxylan in wheat (Triticum aestivum) endosperm cell walls during grain filling
  520. Sulfonate desulfurization in Rhodococcus from wheat rhizosphere communities
  521. Predator percolation, insect outbreaks and phase polyphenism
  522. Comparison of models used for national agricultural ammonia emission inventories in Europe: litter-based manure systems
  523. Estimating particle-size fractions of soil dominated by silicate minerals from geochemistry
  524. Autumn sowing increases severity of pasmo (Mycosphaerella linicola) on linseed in the UK
  525. Causes of decreased photosynthesis rate and metabolic capacity in water-deficient leaf cells: a critical evaluation of mechanisms and integration of processes
  526. A sulphur deficiency-induced gene, sdi1 , involved in the utilization of stored sulphate pools under sulphur-limiting conditions has potential as a diagnostic indicator of sulphur nutritional status
  527. Effects of genotype and environment on free amino acid levels in wheat grain: implications for acrylamide formation during processing
  528. Pathological and biochemical changes in Brassica juncea (mustard) infected with Albugo candida (white rust)
  529. Progress towards the understanding and control of sugar beet rhizomania disease
  530. Mutation in acetylcholinesterase1 associated with triazophos resistance in rice stem borer, Chilo suppressalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)
  531. Is it possible to increase the sustainability of arable and ruminant agriculture by reducing inputs?
  532. Development of Oculimacula yallundae and O. acuformis (eyespot) lesions on stems of winter wheat in relation to thermal time in the UK
  533. Detection of airborne plant pathogens: halting epidemics before they start
  534. Consequences of organic and non-organic farming practices for field, farm and landscape complexity
  535. Functional characterization of a higher plant sphingolipid delta4-desaturase: defining the role of sphingosine and sphingosine-1-phosphate in Arabidopsis
  536. Rapid and reliable DNA extraction and PCR fingerprinting methods to discriminate multiple biotypes of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia isolated from plant rhizospheres
  537. Will additional straw bedding in buildings housing cattle and pigs reduce ammonia emissions?
  538. Mutations in the Arabidopsis peroxisomal ABC transporter COMATOSE allow differentiation between multiple functions in planta: insights from an allelic series
  539. N losses in volcanic grassland soils from Southern Chile
  540. Quantification of hydroxycinnamic acids and lignin in perennial forage and energy grasses by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy and partial least squares regression
  541. Two rice phosphate transporters, OsPht1;2 and OsPht1;6, have different functions and kinetic properties in uptake and translocation
  542. Mixing properties and dough functionality of transgenic lines of a commercial wheat cultivar expressing the 1Ax1, 1Dx5 and 1Dy10 HMW glutenin subunit genes
  543. Does a 'turbophoretic' effect account for layer concentrations of insects migrating in the stable night-time atmosphere?
  544. Identification of novel splice variants of the Arabidopsis DCL2 gene
  545. An analogue of piperonyl butoxide facilitates the characterisation of metabolic resistance
  546. Linking rhizoplane pH and bacterial density at the microhabitat scale
  547. Impacts of climate change on wheat in England and Wales
  548. Aphid aerial density profiles are consistent with turbulent advection amplifying flight behaviours: abandoning the epithet 'passive'
  549. Modification of gibberellin signalling (metabolism and signal transduction) in sugar beet: analysis of potential targets for crop improvement
  550. Barley elicits a similar early basal defence response during host and non-host interactions with Polymyxa root parasites
  551. Functional approaches for assessing plant and invertebrate abundance patterns in arable systems