2010

  1. Q&A: Professor Maurice Moloney
  2. Periodicity in Host Availability Does Not Account for Evolutionary Branching as Observed in Many Plant Pathogens: An Application to Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici
  3. Preparations for war; a postscript to Harold Gough’s reminiscences of Rothamsted
  4. Natural faecal fluorophores and the potential of chlorophyll based markers to optimise fluorescence as a real-time solution for the detection of faecal contamination on carcasses
  5. Effect of incremental amounts of fish oil in the diet on ruminal lipid metabolism in growing steers
  6. Comparison of 2 high-throughput spectral techniques to predict differences in diet composition of grazing sheep and cattle
  7. The influence of plant polyphenols on lipolysis and biohydrogenation in dried forages at different phenological stages: in vitro study
  8. Immunogold labelling to localize polyphenol oxidase (PPO) during wilting of red clover leaf tissue and the effect of removing cellular matrices on PPO protection of glycerol-based lipid in the rumen
  9. Forage type and fish oil cause shifts in rumen bacterial diversity
  10. New Elongase Gene And Production Of Delta-9-polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent EP 1373519 B1)
  11. Semiochemical (Patent US 7820153 B2)
  12. Semiochemical (Patent US 2010/0226877 A1)
  13. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent WO 2010/066703 A2)
  14. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent CA 2744930 A1)
  15. Process For The Production Of Δ5-unsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent US 7723574 B2)
  16. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent US 2010/0043103 A1)
  17. Effects of Soil Management from Fallow to Grassland on Soil Microbial and Organic Carbon Dynamics
  18. The effects of storage on the formation of aroma and acrylamide in heated potato
  19. Short-term effects of coumarin along the maize primary root axis
  20. Food security: increasing yield and improving resource use efficiency
  21. Analysis and visualisation of RDF resources in Ondex
  22. Climate change - a brief introduction for scientists and engineers or anyone else who has to do something about it
  23. Characterisation and inheritance of nuclear microsatellite loci for use in population studies of the allotetraploid Salix alba-Salix fragilis complex
  24. Soil without plants: the consequences for microorganisms and mesofauna
  25. Nitrogen requirements of biomass crops
  26. Integrated weed management (IWM): will it reduce herbicide use?
  27. Mapping the three-dimensional variation of electrical conductivity in a paddy rice soil
  28. First report of a phytoplasma associated with Bermuda grass white leaf disease in Kenya
  29. Investigating altered triazole sensitivity in Rhynchosporium secalis
  30. The CYP51C gene, a novel marker for phylogenetic analysis of Fusarium species
  31. Succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor resistance risk assessment studies on Mycosphaerella graminicola the causal agent of septoria leaf blotch
  32. Understanding and exploiting olfaction for the surveillance and control of Culicoides biting midges
  33. Alien vs natives: will the Harlequin Ladybird affect native aphid natural enemies?
  34. European agricultural development assistance to sub-Saharan Africa (website dated May 2010)
  35. Pasteuria from Heterodera cajani reveals evidence that spore germination is a specificity determinant
  36. Pasteuria from Heterodera cajani exhibits altered spore orientation of attachment, germination and infection of Globodera pallida
  37. Effects of environment on stability of QTL for resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans on oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  38. Knock-out of mucin-like genes using RNAi changed lectin staining in adult hermaphrodites of Caenorhabditis elegans
  39. Functional characterisation of surface coat genes of plant parasitic nematodes using Caenorhabditis elegans as a heterologous expression system
  40. Exploiting Caenorhabditis elegans as a heterologous expression system for the functional characterisation of surface coat genes of plant parasitic nematodes
  41. The evolutionary dynamics of insecticide resistance in the whitefly, Bemisia tabaci. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  42. Aspects of behaviour of Globodera pallida in the rhizosphere of the trap crop, Solanum sisymbriifolium
  43. Behaviour of Globodera pallida in the rhizosphere of the trap crop, Solanum sisymbriifolium
  44. The role of DNA methylation in crop phenotype plasticity
  45. Interactions between piperonyl butoxide analogues and metabolic enzymes conferring insecticide resistance. PhD thesis, Imperial College London
  46. Identification and characterization of novel natural alleles of eIF4E in barley providing broad-spectrum resistance to bymoviruses
  47. The usefulness of mixtures of a single-site and a multi-site fungicide as resistance management strategy
  48. Derivation and validation of a model to predict selection for fungicide resistance
  49. The unseen threat to UK wheat production from Fusarium ear blight
  50. Be more specific! Using laser capture micro-dissection to investigate Fusarium ear blight
  51. Insect odorant-binding proteins: do they offer an alternative pest control strategy?
  52. Electrophysiological responses and field attraction of the grey corn weevil, Tanymecus (Episomecus) dilaticollis Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to synthetic plant volatiles
  53. Identifying key process parameters in a sink-source interaction model for energy crops
  54. Control of stem borers and striga in African cereals: a low input push-pull approach with rapidly expanding impact
  55. Gibberellin signalling - new opportunities for crop management
  56. Genome sequence of the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum
  57. From sugar and amino acid signalling to reducing the potential for acrylamide formation in foods
  58. Effect of the vineyard soil management on accumulation and properties of organic matter
  59. Impacts of climate change on the grazing period, and the conserved feeding costs of grazing systems in the UK
  60. TILLING as a method for improving durum wheat
  61. How can plant science improve agricultural production in Africa?
  62. On the alternativeness of alternative food networks: sustainability and the co-production of social and ecological wealth
  63. Plant metabolomics applications in the Brassicaceae: added value for science and industry
  64. Acrylamide: influence of plant genetics, agronomy and food processing. Aspects of Applied Biology 97
  65. Developing wheat with enhanced nitrogen use efficiency towards a sustainable system of production
  66. On the influence of diffusion on the competition between bacteria and innate immune system of invertebrates
  67. Quantitative molecular biology and gas flux measurements demonstrate soil treatment and depth effects on the distribution and activity of denitrifiers
  68. Abiotic stress in sugar beet
  69. Repellent activity of Nepeta grandiflora and Nepeta clarkei (Lamiaceae) against the cereal aphid, Sitobion avenae (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  70. Editorial: The student issue
  71. Editorial: Christmas cheer
  72. Assessing the cost-effectiveness of inputs
  73. Traits related to genotypic differences in effective water use and drought tolerance in UK winter wheat
  74. Genes and processes controlling amino acid and sugar metabolism in potato: implications for acrylamide forming potential
  75. Optimum seed rates and plant populations for English sugar beet crops
  76. Enhancing bird food supplies in sugar beet rotations
  77. Changes in the frequency of the G137D and W251S mutations in the carboxylesterase E3 gene of Cochliomyia hominivorax (Diptera: Calliphoridae) populations from Uruguay
  78. Effect of soil pH on the chemical composition of organic matter in physically separated soil fractions in two broadleaf woodland sites at Rothamsted, UK
  79. Electrophysiological and behavioral responses of sorghum shoot fly, Atherigona soccata, to sorghum volatiles
  80. Tracing the rate and extent of N and C flow from 13C,15N-glycine and glutamate into individual de novo synthesised soil amino acids
  81. Estimation of spatial trend and automatic model selection in augmented designs
  82. Binding of the general odorant binding protein of Bombyx mori BmorGOBP2 to the moth sex pheromone components
  83. The role of the benzoxazinone pathway in aphid resistance in wheat (HGCA Project Report No. PR473)
  84. Goat manure application improves phosphate fertilizer effectiveness through enhanced biological cycling of phosophorus
  85. Multiscale percolation properties of a fractal pore network
  86. The potential distribution of bioenergy crops in the UK under present and future climate
  87. Microbial biomass and activity at various soil depths in a Brazilian oxisol after two decades of no-tillage and conventional tillage
  88. Forest contraction in north equatorial Southeast Asia during the Last Glacial Period
  89. Intraguild predation of non-coccinellid aphid natural enemies by Harmonia axyridis: prey range and factors influencing intraguild predation
  90. Nutrient regulation of parasitism in Pochonia chlamydosporia
  91. Greenhouse gas inventories for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland: 1990-2008. Report to the Department for Energy and Climate Change, the Scottish Government, the Welsh Assembly Government and the Northern Ireland Department of Environment (AEAT/ENV/R/3067 Issue 1)
  92. Carbon input belowground is the major C flux contributing to leaf litter mass loss: evidences from a 13C labelled-leaf litter experiment
  93. Brown mid-rib sorghum as a novel substrate for biofuel production
  94. Exploring and exploiting epigenetic variation in crops
  95. The complex analysis of stem canker (Leptosphaeria spp.) risk factors to winter oilseed rape
  96. Monitoring of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa ascospores around East Sudethian mountains - a joint initiative of Poland and the Czech Republic
  97. Archaeol - a biomarker for foregut fermentation in modern and ancient herbivorous mammals?
  98. Seasonal variations in bulk tissue, fatty acid and monosaccharide delta13C values of leaves from mesotrophic grassland plant communities under different grazing managements
  99. Modern isotopic methods to investigate the fate and provenance of C sequestered into soils from livestock derived organic matter
  100. Using legume-based mixtures to enhance the nitrogen use efficiency and economic viability of cropping systems
  101. Isolation and phylogenetic analysis of extracellular polymeric substances producing bacterial strains from a biogas plant
  102. Population biology and host selection of the giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus Gmelin)
  103. Entropy, non-linearity and hierarchy in ecosystems
  104. Odorant-binding proteins in insects
  105. Carbon isotopic composition of branched tetraether membrane lipids in soils suggest a rapid turnover and a heterotrophic life style of their source organism(s)
  106. Gibberellin 3-oxidases in developing embryos of the southern wild cucumber, Marah macrocarpus
  107. Carbohydrate structural analysis of wheat flour arabinogalactan protein
  108. Estimating changes in Scottish soil carbon stocks using ECOSSE. II. Application
  109. Estimating changes in Scottish soil carbon stocks using ECOSSE. I. Model description and uncertainties
  110. Climate change and future flows of Rocky Mountain rivers: converging forecasts from empirical trend projection and down-scaled global circulation modelling
  111. Orientation cues for high-flying nocturnal insect migrants: do turbulence-induced temperature and velocity fluctuations indicate the mean wind flow?
  112. Variations in extracellular polysaccharides content and microbial community in grassland soils
  113. Options for wide scale enhancement of grassland biodiversity under the Entry Level Scheme
  114. Soil carbon sequestration for mitigating climate change: distinguishing the genuine from the imaginary
  115. Learning how to model ecosystem trade-offs at the farm scale
  116. Exploring microbial diversity - methods and meaning
  117. Dispersal of soil-dwelling clover root weevil (Sitona lepidus Gyllenhal, Coleoptera: Curculionidae) larvae in mixed plant communities
  118. Pochonia chlamydosporia: some biological and physiological aspects in the host-parasite relationship
  119. Willow has advanced as an energy crop but is the UK reaping the benefits?
  120. Soil microbiology and nutrient cycling
  121. From aphids to zygaenids: the Rothamsted Insect Survey
  122. Trends in the timings of the start and end of annual flight periods
  123. The Maillard reaction in food processing and cooking
  124. Important records from the Rothamsted Estate, Harpenden, Hertfordshire (VC 20) in 2009
  125. The Small Ranunculus Hecatera dysodea (D. & S.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Rothamsted Insect Survey light traps
  126. Second record of the Clay Fan-foot Paracolax tristalis Fabr. (Lep.: Noctuidae) for Dorset, VC 9
  127. Landscape studies for conservation biological control research: status and future needs. A meta-review from the EU NoE project ENDURE
  128. Mapping out global biomass projections,technological developments and policy innovations. A background paper prepared for the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) for an international ESPA workshop on biomass energy, Edinburgh, 19-21 October 2010
  129. The vector population monitoring tool (VPMT): high-throughput DNA-based diagnostics for the monitoring of mosquito vector populations
  130. Quantifying and isolating stable soil organic carbon using long-term bare fallow experiments
  131. Ammonia emissions from a volcanic soil after dairy slurry application
  132. Construction of an integrated genetic linkage map for the A genome of Brassica napus using SSR markers derived from sequenced BACs in B. rapa
  133. Preface (to Agriculture in a changing climate: special issue of Climate Research)
  134. ELPIS: a dataset of local-scale daily climate scenarios for Europe
  135. In situ determination of dissolved organic carbon in freshwaters using a reagentless UV sensor
  136. Reparameterization of nonlinear statistical models: a case study
  137. Bridging the gulf between correlated random walks and Levy walks: autocorrelation as a source of Levy walk movement patterns
  138. Percolation properties of 3-D multiscale pore networks: how connectivity controls soil filtration processes
  139. The Arabidopsis peroxisomal ABC transporter, Comatose, complements the Saccharomyces cerevisiae pxa1 pxa2delta mutant for metabolism of long-chain fatty acids and exhibits fatty acyl-CoA-stimulated ATPase activity
  140. Viral trans- dominant manipulation of algal sphingolipids
  141. Target site resistance to ALS inhibiting herbicides in Papaver rhoeas and Stellaria media biotypes from the UK
  142. A combined 1H nuclear magnetic resonance and electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry analysis to understand the basal metabolism of plant-pathogenic Fusarium spp
  143. Attraction of Chrysoperla carnea complex and Chrysopa spp. lacewings (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) to aphid sex pheromone components and a synthetic blend of floral compounds in Hungary
  144. Exploiting phytochemicals for developing a 'push-pull' crop protection strategy for cereal farmers in Africa
  145. Incidence and characterisation of resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides and pymetrozine in the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum Westwood (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
  146. Spectral tempering to model non-stationary covariance of nitrous oxide emissions from soil using continuous or categorical explanatory variables at a landscape scale
  147. Spectral tempering to model non-stationary variation of soil properties: sensitivity to the initial stationary model
  148. Effects of land use at a landscape scale on bumblebee nest density and survival
  149. Impact of black carbon addition to soil on the determination of soil microbial biomass by fumigation extraction
  150. Cross-resistance relationships between neonicotinoids and pymetrozine in Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
  151. Aphid pheromones
  152. Genetic characterization of slow bee paralysis virus of the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.)
  153. Desarrollo de una herramienta de simulacion sistemica para evaluar el uso mas eficiente de los residuos provenientes de la ganaderia
  154. Shoot zinc (Zn) concentration varies widely within Brassica oleracea L. and is affected by soil Zn and phosphorus (P) levels
  155. Estimating root biomass in Salix viminalis x Salix schwerinii cultivar 'Olof' using the electrical capacitance method
  156. Interactions among agricultural production and other ecosystem services delivered from European temperate grassland systems
  157. Environmental and economic effects of management of weeds in genetically modified, herbicide tolerant (GMHT) sugar beet
  158. A generic multi-stage compartmental model for interpreting gas production profiles
  159. 72nd congress of the IIRB
  160. Microbial water pollution: a screening tool for initial catchment-scale assessment and source apportionment
  161. The frost report: questions raised by the experience of 2009/10
  162. The CYP51C gene, a reliable marker to resolve interspecific phylogenetic relationships within the Fusarium species complex and a novel target for species-specific PCR
  163. Regression procedures for relationships between random variables
  164. Measurement of zinc stable isotope ratios in biogeochemical matrices by double-spike MC-ICPMS and determination of the isotope ratio pool available for plants from soil
  165. The complete genome sequence of two isolates of Southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus, a new member of the genus Fijivirus
  166. Recruitment of glutathione into the nucleus during cell proliferation adjusts whole-cell redox homeostasis in Arabidopsis thaliana and lowers the oxidative defence shield
  167. Periodicity in host availability does not account for evolutionary branching as observed in many plant pathogens: an application to Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici
  168. Biotic and abiotic changes in ecosystem structure over a shrub-encroachment gradient in the southwestern USA
  169. Effect of biomass hydrolysis on biogas production
  170. Analysis of manures and biosolids via near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS)
  171. The use of metabolomic profiling to identify new quality determinants in wheat
  172. Nitrogen leaching following a high rate of dairy slurry application on a ryegrass sward of a volcanic soil in southern Chile
  173. Understanding and combating the threat posed by Lolium multiflorum as a weed of arable crops. PhD Thesis
  174. Effect of solid and slatted floors and temperature on ammonia and GHG emissions in a scale model of dairy cattle houses
  175. Effects of temperature and dairy cattle excreta characteristics on ammonia emissions from a simulated concrete floor
  176. MANNER- NPK
  177. C transformations during storage of farmyard manure
  178. Ammonia emissions from woodchip pads used for out-wintering cattle
  179. Roadmaps integrating RTD in developing realistic GHG mitigation options from agricluture up to 2030
  180. Selenium speciation in soil and rice: influence of water management and Se fertilization
  181. Arsenic bioavailability to rice is elevated in Bangladeshi paddy soils
  182. Denitrification and the N2(N2O+N2) ratios at various soil depths under grazed grassland in Ireland
  183. Survival of E. coli within farmyard manure heaps
  184. Field scale observations from slurry applications to grassland following a freeze thaw event of faecal indicator organisms in drainage water
  185. Benchmarking commercial biogas plants to improve performance
  186. The Fusaria
  187. Evaluation of acetylene inhibition technique for total N-loss measurements in soils with high inorganic N supply
  188. Management of spent timber residue from out-wintering pads
  189. Separating the effects of water and nitrate stress on root system architecture
  190. EU Agro Biomass project
  191. Soil mineralization: an emergent process?
  192. Arsenic speciation in phloem and xylem exudates of castor bean
  193. Studying the pattern of synthesis, deposition and tissue location of gluten proteins by epitope tagging
  194. Trophic level asynchrony in rates of phenological change for marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments
  195. Environmental myopia: a diagnosis and a remedy
  196. What will the climate look like for south-west England this century? UKCP09 climate change data for the North Wyke Research Institute, Devon
  197. Arsenic influence on genetic variation in grain trace-element nutrient content in Bengal delta grown rice
  198. Non-chemical methods of weed control: benefits and limitations
  199. Integrating water and agricultural management under climate change
  200. The status of the Olive Crescent Trisateles emortualis (D. & S.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) and the Many-lined, Costaconvexa polygrammata Borkh. (Lep.: Geometridae) on the Channel Islands
  201. Ethmia quadrillella Goeze (Lep.: Ethmiidae) on the Channel Islands - a correction
  202. The Raspberry Clearwing Pennisetia hylaeiformis (Laspeyres) (Lep.: Sesiidae) in Hertfordshire, VC 20
  203. Pseudatemelia flavifrontella (D. & S.) (Lep.: Oecophoridae) new to Huntingdonshire, VC 31
  204. Dough properties of transgenic wheat transformed with Cys-mutated low-molecular-weight glutenin genes
  205. Developing IPM tactics for pollen beetles in oilseed rape
  206. Numerical and analytical study to estimate leaf distribution on the radiation interception in willow crops
  207. Engaging with the water sector for public health benefits: waterborne pathogens and diseases in developed countries
  208. Adaptation to increasing severity of phoma stem canker on winter oilseed rape in the UK under climate change
  209. Microbial diversity of a methanogenic community present in a commercial biogas plant
  210. Detection of fungal diseases optically and pathogen inoculum by air sampling
  211. Optimal weed management in crop rotations: incorporating economics is crucial
  212. Identification of neryl formate as the airborne aggregation pheromone for the American house dust mite and the European house dust mite (Acari: Epidermoptidae)
  213. Expression in wheat grains of storage proteins designed for elastomeric properties
  214. The production of Omega-3 Very Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in transgenic plants: a sustainable source of omega-3 fish oils
  215. Soil bacterial and fungal communities across a pH gradient in arable soil
  216. Balancing the competing demands of harvesting and safety from predation: Levy walk searches outperform composite Brownian walk searches but only when foraging under the risk of predation
  217. Mendelian inheritance of rust resistance to Melampsora larici-epitea in crosses between Salix sachalinensis and S. viminalis
  218. Prothioconazole binds to Mycosphaerella graminicola CYP51 by a different mechanism compared to other azole antifungals
  219. A fungal pathogen in time and space: the population dynamics of Beauveria bassiana in a conifer forest
  220. Very long chain fatty acids are required for cell polarity and organogenesis during plant development
  221. The transcriptome of cis -jasmone-induced resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana and its role in indirect defence
  222. Bioavailability of metals and organic contaminants in soils
  223. Colletotrichum isolates related to anthracnose of cashew trees in Brazil: morphological and molecular description using LSU rDNA sequences
  224. Changes in soil pH across England and Wales in response to decreased acid deposition
  225. Effects of the nematicide 1,3-dichloropropene on weed populations and stem canker disease severity in potatoes
  226. CYP51 paralogues and azole fungicide sensitivity in Rhynchosporium secalis
  227. Effects of Cd- and Zn-enriched sewage sludge on soil bacterial and fungal communities
  228. Short term N2O, CH4 and CO2 production from soil sampled at different depths and amended with a fine sized slurry fraction1
  229. The BioPAX community standard for pathway data sharing
  230. Fatty acids released by Chlorella vulgaris and their role in interference with Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata: experiments and modelling
  231. Recent evolution of P450 sterol 14a-demethylase (CYP51) of the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola in response to selection by azole fungicides
  232. Simulation scenarios of spatial-temporal arrangement of crops at the landscape scale
  233. Constitutive salicylic acid defences do not compromise seed yield, drought tolerance and water productivity in the Arabidopsis accession C24
  234. Likelihood-free inference of population structure and local adaptation in a Bayesian hierarchical model
  235. Natural variation in priming of basal resistance: from evolutionary origin to agricultural exploitation
  236. Nitrate accumulation in soil profiles under seasonally open 'sunlight greenhouses' in northwest China and potential for leaching loss during summer fallow
  237. Effects of long-term fertilization and liming on microbial functions and diversity in the grassland site at Rothamsted Research, UK
  238. Geostatistics in Genstat
  239. Weeds, worms and geostatistics
  240. Review of BBRO summer programme
  241. Determining frequencies of avirulent alleles in airborne Leptosphaeria maculans inoculum using quantitative PCR
  242. Analysis of energy balance data from lactating dairy cows
  243. Drug discovery from uncultivable microorganisms
  244. Signalling and behaviour of potato cyst nematode in the rhizosphere of the trap crop, Solanum sisymbriifolium
  245. Effects of diet protein level and forage source on energy and nitrogen balance and methane and nitrogen excretion in lactating dairy cows
  246. Sugarbeet yield estimates based on a crop simulator - lessons learned in England
  247. Bolting and flowering control in sugar beet: relationships and effects of gibberellin, the bolting gene B and vernalization
  248. Investigating the effect of previous treatments on wheat biomass over multiple spatial frequencies
  249. Functional analysis of folate polyglutamylation and its essential role in plant metabolism and development
  250. Predicting molybdenum toxicity to higher plants: influence of soil properties
  251. Predicting molybdenum toxicity to higher plants: estimation of toxicity threshold values
  252. Relative impact of soil, metal source and metal concentration on bacterial community structure and community tolerance
  253. Targeting the active bacterial communities in soil pores
  254. Distinguishing diffusional and plant control of Cd and Ni uptake by hyperaccumulator and nonhyperaccumulator plants
  255. A Brassica exon array for whole-transcript gene expression profiling
  256. Effects of long-term fertilization on spatial distribution patterns of microbial functional genes from the Rothamsted Experimental site
  257. Effects of nutrient availability on intrinsic water-use efficiency of temperate semi-natural grassland under rising atmospheric CO2 during the last century
  258. Getting down and dirty on the farm in Devon - Part 2
  259. Long-term agricultural experiments reveal N influence on ammonia oxidizers and the predominance of CA. nitrososphaera
  260. Estimating maintenance energy using type I and type II regression models
  261. Properties and physiological roles of plant potassium channels activated by reactive oxygen species
  262. Soil metagenomics: can we access the diversity?
  263. Heterologous expression and dough mixing studies of a novel cysteine-rich avenin-like protein
  264. Fungicides - why bother?
  265. Some consequences of using the Horsfall-Barratt scale for hypothesis testing
  266. A model to simulate yield losses in winter wheat caused by weeds, for use in a weed management decision support system
  267. Erratum to 'Quantifying annual N2O emission fluxes from grazed grassland under a range of inorganic fertiliser nitrogen inputs' [Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 136(2010) 218-226]
  268. Biocontrol-based integrated management of oilseed rape pests
  269. Crop location by oilseed rape pests and host location by parasitoids
  270. Functional traits as indicators of biodiversity response to land use changes across ecosystems and organisms
  271. Management of habitat diversity on arable farmland to maximise control of crop pests by communities of beneficial organisms
  272. The HEALTHGRAIN wheat diversity screen: effects of genotype and environment on phytochemicals and dietary fiber components
  273. Effects of genotype and environment on the content and composition of phytochemicals and dietary fiber components in rye in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  274. Ammonia emissions from naturally ventilated dairy cattle buildings and outdoor concrete yards in Portugal
  275. Arm-in-cage testing of natural human-derived mosquito repellents
  276. Taxon-specific responses of soil bacteria to the addition of low level C inputs
  277. Possible changes to arable crop yields by 2050
  278. A SQUAMOSA MADS box gene involved in the regulation of anthocyanin accumulation in bilberry fruits
  279. A linear mixed model, with non-stationary mean and covariance, for soil potassium based on gamma radiometry
  280. Identifying and prioritising services in European terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems
  281. Ecosystem services and biodiversity conservation: concepts and a glossary
  282. Aerial insect biomass: trends from long-term monitoring
  283. Effects of environment and genotype on phenolic acids in wheat in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  284. Key parasitoids of the pests of oilseed rape in Europe: a guide to their identification
  285. Root water potential integrates discrete soil physical properties to influence ABA signalling during partial rootzone drying
  286. Comment on 'The structural relationship: regression in biology'
  287. Towards an assessment of multiple ecosystem processes and services via functional traits
  288. QTL mapping of enzymatic saccharification in short rotation coppice willow and its independence from biomass yield
  289. Lowland farmland bird conservation in the context of wider ecosystem service delivery
  290. Modelling supply and demand of bioenergy from short rotation coppice and Miscanthus in the UK
  291. Foraging economics
  292. Interannual dynamics of aerial and arboreal green spruce aphid populations
  293. Insect migration
  294. Research needs for incorporating the ecosystem service approach into EU biodiversity conservation policy
  295. Resistance to aphid vectors of virus disease
  296. A comparison of analysis methods for late-stage variety evaluation trials
  297. An early history of ordination in soil science
  298. The metabolic transition during disease following infection of Arabidopsis thaliana by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato
  299. The sunflower plastidial omega3-fatty acid desaturase (Ha FAD7) contains the signalling determinants required for targeting to, and retention in, the endoplasmic reticulum membrane in yeast but requires co-expressed ferredoxin for activity
  300. Using digital image analysis to quantify the architectural parameters of roots grown in thin rhizotrons
  301. Gibberellin biosynthesis and gibberellin oxidase activities in Fusarium sacchari, Fusarium konzum and Fusarium subglutinans strains
  302. Enhancement of plant metabolite fingerprinting by machine learning
  303. Maze-solving by chemotaxis
  304. Extracellular polysaccharide (EPS) production by a novel strain of yeast-like fungus Aureobasidium pullulans
  305. Miscanthus as a feedstock for fast-pyrolysis: does agronomic treatment affect quality?
  306. The infection biology of Fusarium graminearum: defining the pathways of spikelet to spikelet colonisation in wheat ears
  307. Behavioral insensitivity to DEET in Aedes aegypti is a genetically determined trait residing in changes in sensillum function
  308. The environmental impacts of biomass crops: use by birds of miscanthus in summer and winter in southwestern England
  309. Characterisation and partial purification of acyl-CoA:glycerol 3-phosphate acyltransferase from sunflower Helianthus annuus L.) developing seeds
  310. Investigating the mechanisms for the opposing pH relationships of fungal and bacterial growth in soil
  311. Very-long-chain fatty acids are involved in polar auxin transport and developmental patterning in Arabidopsis
  312. Animals that randomly reorient at cues left by correlated random walkers do the Levy walk
  313. Prospects for the development of odour baits to control the tsetse flies Glossina tachinoides and G. palpalis s.l.
  314. Characterisation of imidacloprid resistance mechanisms in the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens Stal (Hemiptera: Delphacidae)
  315. Reply to additional comments on 'Synthetic nitrogen fertilizers deplete soil nitrogen: a global dilemma for sustainable cereal production,' by R.L. Mulvaney, S.A. Khan and T.R. Ellsworth in the Journal of Environmental Quality 2009 38: 2295-2314
  316. Analysis of leaf appearance, leaf death and phoma leaf spot, caused by Leptosphaeria maculans, on oilseed rape (Brassica napus) cultivars
  317. Companion cropping to manage parasitic plants
  318. As simple as ACB - new insights into the role of acyl-CoA-binding proteins in Arabidopsis
  319. Tailoring plant lipid composition: designer oilseeds come of age
  320. Prevalence and persistence of deformed wing virus (DWV) in untreated or acaricide-treated Varroa destructor infested honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies
  321. Insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci biotype Q (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) from China
  322. Reaction of dwarf cashew clones to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides isolates in controlled environment
  323. To bite or not to bite! A questionnaire-based survey assessing why some people are bitten more than others by midges
  324. Two contrasting spatial processes with a common variogram: inference about spatial models from higher-order statistics
  325. Ensemble evaluation of hydrological model hypotheses
  326. Prey choice by carabid beetles feeding on an earthworm community analysed using species- and lineage-specific PCR primers
  327. Aphids in the face of global changes
  328. Isoschaftoside, a C -glycosylflavonoid from Desmodium uncinatum root exudate, is an allelochemical against the development of Striga
  329. The effects of diet on the detection of resistance to Cry1Ac toxin in Australian Helicoverpa armigera Hubner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  330. A variance shift model for detection of outliers in the linear mixed model
  331. Production of semiochemical and allelobiotic agents as a consequence of aphid feeding
  332. Arabidopsis root K+-efflux conductance activated by hydroxyl radicals: single-channel properties, genetic basis and involvement in stress-induced cell death
  333. Two bee-pollinated plant species show higher seed production when grown in gardens compared to arable farmland
  334. Brassica GLABRA2 genes: analysis of function related to seed oil content and development of functional markers
  335. The epidemiology of cloudy wing virus infections in honey bee colonies in the UK
  336. Honey bee colony collapse and changes in viral prevalence associated with Varroa destructor
  337. Tackling the threat to food security caused by crop pests in the new millennium
  338. Exploiting plant signals in sustainable agriculture
  339. Is quality more important than quantity? Insect behavioural responses to changes in a volatile blend after stemborer oviposition on an African grass
  340. The chemistry of plant signalling
  341. A partial chromosomal deletion caused by random plasmid integration resulted in a reduced virulence phenotype in Fusarium graminearum
  342. Temporal and spatial changes in cell wall composition in developing grains of wheat cv. Hereward
  343. The genome - 10 years on
  344. Up-regulation of biosynthetic processes associated with growth by trehalose 6-phosphate
  345. Up-regulation of biosynthetic processes associated with growth by trehalose 6-phosphate
  346. Nitrogen losses under different cattle grazing frequencies and intensities in a volcanic soil of southern Chile
  347. Pathogenesis, parasitism and mutualism in the trophic space of microbe-plant interactions
  348. Spectral and wavelet analysis of gilgai patterns from air photography
  349. Molecular mechanisms of selenium tolerance and hyperaccumulation in Stanleya pinnata
  350. The surprising growth inhibition of Arabidopsis by trehalose: uncoupling the starvation control over growth
  351. Rubisco activities, properties and regulation in three different C4 grasses under drought
  352. Accumulation, distribution and speciation of arsenic in wheat grain
  353. Pressure drop and flow distribution in parallel-channel configurations of fuel cells: Z-type arrangement
  354. A comparison of lime requirements by five methods on grassland mineral soils in Ireland
  355. Impact of sulphur fertilisation on crop response to selenium fertilisation
  356. Soil factors affecting selenium concentration in wheat grain and the fate and speciation of Se fertilisers applied to soil
  357. Increasing the amylose content of durum wheat through silencing of the SBE11a genes
  358. Use of an inverse dispersion technique for estimating ammonia emission from surface-applied slurry
  359. Authentication of food allergen quality by physicochemical and immunological methods
  360. Diversity of agronomic and morphological traits in a mutant population of bread wheat studied in the Healthgrain program
  361. Minimizing environmental impacts of grassland weed management: can Cirsium arvense be controlled without herbicides?
  362. Amplification of a cytochrome P450 gene is associated with resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides in the aphid Myzus persicae
  363. Effect of cattle slurry pre-treatment by separation and addition of nitrification inhibitors on gaseous emissions and N dynamics: a laboratory study
  364. Genetic approaches to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: increasing carbon capture and decreasing environmental impact
  365. The effect of landscape pattern on the optimal eradication zone of an invading epidemic
  366. Black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides): everything you really wanted to know about black-grass but didn't know who to ask (Rothamsted Technical Publication)
  367. Integrated management of herbicide resistance (HGCA Project Report No. 466)
  368. Dual isotope and isotopomer measurements for the understanding of N2O production and consumption during nitrification in an arable soil
  369. Agrobacterium -mediated transformation of durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. var. durum cv Stewart) with improved efficiency
  370. Measurement and simulation of the effect of compaction on the pore structure and saturated hydraulic conductivity of grassland and arable soil
  371. Inventory of ammonia emissions from livestock production in Los Lagos and Los Rios regions, Chile
  372. Crop domestication and the disruption of species interactions
  373. Molecular diagnostics for Napier Grass Stunt (NGS) and Napier Head Smut (NHS) diseases
  374. Pasting properties of transgenic lines of a commercial bread wheat expressing combinations of HMW glutenin subunit genes
  375. Photosynthate partitioning
  376. Estimating relative hydraulic conductivity from the water release characteristic of a shrinking clay soil
  377. Deformation and shrinkage effects on the soil water release characteristic
  378. Isolation, cloning and characterization of the 2S albumin: a new allergen from hazelnut
  379. English field samples of Thrips tabaci show strong and ubiquitous resistance to deltamethrin
  380. Interception losses from Miscanthus at a site in south-east England - an application of the Gash model
  381. Managing weeds in arable rotations - a guide (HGCA Guide 50)
  382. Selenium biofortification of high-yielding winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) by liquid or granular Se fertilisation
  383. Phosphorus solubilization and potential transfer to surface waters from the soil microbial biomass following drying-rewetting and freezing-thawing
  384. Arsenic as a food chain contaminant: mechanisms of plant uptake and metabolism and mitigation strategies
  385. Characterization of siRNAs derived from rice stripe virus in infected rice plants by deep sequencing
  386. Molecular diversities of Sugarcane mosaic virus and Sorghum mosaic virus isolates from Yunnan Province, China
  387. Crunch time for science
  388. Science and the media
  389. The carbon cost of conferences
  390. Impacts of sulphur nutrition on selenium and molybdenum concentrations in wheat grain
  391. Pests, diseases and weeds review 2009
  392. A rich TILLING resource for studying gene function in Brassica rapa
  393. Testing a practical indicator for changing soil organic matter
  394. Influence of sulfur deficiency on the expression of specific sulfate transporters and the distribution of sulfur, selenium and molybdenum in wheat
  395. Improving the benefits of wheat as a source of dietary fibre
  396. Book review: Principles of cereal science and technology. J.A. Delcour, R.C. Hoseney, third ed. AACC International (2010). 270pp., $199, ISBN: 978-1-891127-63-2
  397. A field trials database for data mining
  398. Arsenic shoot-grain relationships in field grown rice cultivars
  399. Plant nitrogen nutrition and transport
  400. A method for release and multiple strand amplification of small quantities of DNA from endospores of the fastidious bacterium Pasteuria penetrans
  401. A dual-porous, biophysical void structure model of soil for the understanding of the conditions causing nitrous oxide emission
  402. Speciation within Nacobbus: consilience or controversy?
  403. UK greenhouse gas inventory, 1990 to 2008. Annual report for submission under the Framework Convention on Climate Change
  404. Nitrous oxide isotopomers and N2O/N2 ratios from denitrification after biogas waste application as fertilzer to grassland soil
  405. Nitrous oxide isotopomers and N2O/N2 ratios from denitrification after biogas waste application as fertilizer to grassland soil
  406. Intrinsic water-use efficiency of temperate seminatural grassland has increased since 1857: an analysis of carbon isotope discrimination of herbage from the Park Grass Experiment
  407. The release of nitrogen following the incorporation of fertility building crops in organic farming systems
  408. Effects of crop debris and cultivations on the development of eyespot of wheat caused by Oculimacula spp.
  409. Can subsoil denitrification reduce groundwater nitrate pollution and atmospheric N2O emissions?
  410. Why a bumper beet crop in 2009?
  411. Culture-independent molecular techniques for soil microbial ecology
  412. Molecular mechanisms of altered fungicide sensitivity in Rhynchosporium secalis
  413. There's more than one way to skin an aphid
  414. The identification of a virulence factor-enriched micro-region in the Fusarium graminearum genome
  415. Transient responses to increasing CO2 and climate change in an unfertilized grass-clover sward
  416. Evolutionary bi-stability in pathogen transmission mode
  417. Transmission of deformed wing virus and slow paralysis virus to adult bees (Apis mellifera L.) by Varroa destructor
  418. Soil management and grass species effects on the hydraulic properties of shrinking soils
  419. Assessing multiple novel tracers to improve the understanding of the contribution of agricultural farm waste to diffuse water pollution
  420. Effects of DMI fungicides on selection of CYP51 variants in UK populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola
  421. Development of QO1 resistance in Ramularia collocygni populations
  422. Climate change and arable crop disease control: mitigation and adaptation
  423. Stem scald (false eyespot)
  424. The CYP51C gene, a novel and useful phylogenetic marker to distinguish different Fusarium species on cereals
  425. Nitrogen mineralization and CO2 and NO2 emissions in a sandy soil amended with original or acidified pig slurries or with the relative fractions
  426. The impact of climate change on disease constraints on production of oilseed rape
  427. Effects of sulphur nutrition during potato cultivation on the formation of acrylamide and aroma compounds during cooking
  428. BTG 502 antagonizes the action of deltamethrin on cockroach sodium channels
  429. A trial to establish the optimum 15N enrichment, amount of N and incubation time required to determine N cycling rates in carbon-rich soils using the mean pool dilution technique
  430. Evaluation of a mechanistic lactation model using cow, goat and sheep data
  431. Are root exudates more important than other sources of rhizodeposits in structuring rhizosphere bacterial communities?
  432. Heterologous expression of mutated eburicol 14alpha-demethylase (CYP51) proteins of Mycosphaerella graminicola to assess effects on azole fungicide sensitivity and intrinsic protein function
  433. Functional characterisation of Mycosphaerella graminicola sterol 14alpha-demethylase (MgCYP51) variants resistant to azole fungicides
  434. A FRUITFULL-like gene is associated with genetic variation for fruit flesh firmness in apple (Malus domestica Borkh.)
  435. Putting the pieces of the puzzle together: denitrification, what we know and what the gaps are
  436. Role of antecedent soil moisture on microbial populations involved in gaseous N2O emissions - use of isotopomers to understand sources
  437. Structural stability and surface activity of sunflower 2S albumins and nonspecific lipid transfer protein
  438. Nitrogen efficiency of wheat: genotypic and environmental variation and prospects for improvement
  439. A role for topoisomerase I in Fusarium graminearum and F. culmorum pathogenesis and sporulation
  440. First report of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' associated with witches' broom of Crotalaria tetragona in India
  441. Origins of the amphiploid species Brassica napus L. investigated by chloroplast and nuclear molecular markers
  442. Integrated management of Striga hermonthica and cereal stemborers in finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.) through intercropping with Desmodium intortum
  443. The ecology of fungal entomopathogens
  444. Future prospects for the analysis of bioactive components in cereal grain
  445. A comparison of different searching strategies to locate sources of odor in turbulent flows
  446. An inter-laboratory comparison demonstrates that [1H]-NMR metabolite fingerprinting is a robust technique for collaborative plant metabolomic data collection
  447. Copper exposure interferes with the regulation of the uptake, distribution and metabolism of sulfate in Chinese cabbage
  448. Nitrous oxide production and denitrification rates in estuarine intertidal saltmarsh and managed realignment zones
  449. Nitrous oxide emissions from small-scale farmland features of UK livestock farming systems
  450. Genetic analysis of potassium use efficiency in Brassica oleracea
  451. Methods for the analysis of selenium and other minerals
  452. Exploiting phytochemical diversity to control pests of agriculture and vectors of human and animal disease
  453. Soil phosphorus - from feast to famine
  454. Phenolic acids
  455. Assessment of natural fluorescence as a tracer of diffuse agricultural pollution from slurry spreading on intensely-farmed grasslands
  456. Enhancing data integration with text analysis to find proteins implicated in plant stress response
  457. Complexation of arsenite with phytochelatins reduces arsenite efflux and translocation from roots to shoots in Arabidopsis
  458. Discriminating between organic matter in soil from grass and forest by near-infrared spectroscopy
  459. The role of the rice aquaporin Lsi1 in arsenite efflux from roots
  460. The first meiosis of resynthesized Brassica napus, a genome blender
  461. Carbon-mineralization kinetics in an organically managed Cambic Arenosol amended with organic fertilizers
  462. 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' identified in blackberry (Rubus fruticosus agg.) in the United Kingdom
  463. First identification of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia' infecting Fallopia japonica in the United Kingdom
  464. More of the grain - progress in the HEALTHGRAIN Project for healthy cereal foods
  465. Chemical ecology of animal and human pathogen vectors in a changing global climate
  466. Enhancing the value of field experimentation through whole-of-block designs
  467. Sphingolipid signaling in plants
  468. Comparative genomics reveals mobile pathogenicity chromosomes in Fusarium
  469. Microbiota in wheat roots evaluated by cloning of ITS1/2 rDNA and sequencing
  470. Climate change and spring-fruiting fungi
  471. Exploring systems responses to mitigation of GHG in UK dairy farms
  472. Quantifying annual N2O emission fluxes from grazed grassland under a range of inorganic fertiliser nitrogen inputs
  473. The sulfate transporter family in wheat: tissue-specific gene expression in relation to nutrition
  474. First report of group 16SrI, Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' associated with Mimosa pudica yellows in Indonesia
  475. Assessing catchment-scale erosion and yields of suspended solids from improved temperate grassland
  476. First report of a 16SrIII phytoplasma (X-disease group) affecting bell pepper, strawberry (frutilla), Schinus molle and Arracacia xanthorrhiza in Cochabamba, Bolivia
  477. Occurrence of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia' (16SrII group) in Bolivia
  478. Zoosporic root colonizers
  479. Genome annotation and comparative analyses of the odorant-binding proteins and chemosensory proteins in the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum
  480. The structural characteristics of nonspecific lipid transfer proteins explain their resistance to gastroduodenal proteolysis
  481. Volatiles functioning as host cues in a blend become nonhost cues when presented alone to the black bean aphid
  482. Behavioural responses of the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais, to host (stored-grain) and non-host plant volatiles
  483. Production of novel allelic variation for genes involved in starch biosynthesis through mutagenesis
  484. Susceptibility of six Lilium to damage by the lily beetle, Lilioceris lilii (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
  485. Deep space and hidden depths: understanding the evolution and ecology of fungal entomopathogens
  486. The microbial PLFA composition as affected by pH in an arable soil
  487. A single wind-mediated mechanism explains high-altitude 'non-goal oriented' headings and layering of nocturnally migrating insects
  488. Comments on 'Synthetic nitrogen fertilizers deplete soil nitrogen: a global dilemma for sustainable cereal production', by R.L. Mulvaney, S.A. Khan and T.R. Ellsworth in the Journal of Environmental Quality 2009 38: 2295-2314
  489. Magnetite biomineralization induced by Shewanella oneidensis
  490. Interactions between Melamspora larici-epitea pathotypes and the mycoparasite Sphaerellopsis filum from willow rusts
  491. Down-regulation of the CSLF6 gene results in decreased (1,3;1,4)-beta-D-glucan in endosperm of wheat
  492. NanoSIMS analysis of arsenic and selenium in cereal grain
  493. Robust analysis of soil properties at the national scale: cadmium content of French soils
  494. Characterisations of odorant-binding proteins in the tsetse fly Glossina morsitans morsitans
  495. Black carbon affects the cycling of non-black carbon in soil
  496. Estimation of bumblebee queen dispersal distances using sibship reconstruction method
  497. Effects of soil conditions and drought on egg hatching and larval survival of the clover root weevil (Sitona lepidus)
  498. Mobility and survival of Salmonella Typhimurium and human adenovirus from spiked sewage sludge applied to soil columns
  499. Challenges in modelling complexity of fungal entomopathogens in semi-natural populations of insects
  500. Significant acidification in major Chinese croplands
  501. The hydrological response of heavy clay grassland soils to rainfall in south-west England using delta2H
  502. Effects of crop nutrition on wheat grain composition and end use quality
  503. An analysis of dormancy, ABA responsiveness, after-ripening and pre-harvest sprouting in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) caryopses
  504. Microbial diversity and activity are increased by compost amendment of metal-contaminated soils
  505. Evolutionary aspects of ecological generalism with special reference to conservation biological control
  506. Applications of stable isotope ratio mass spectrometry in cattle dung carbon cycling studies
  507. Multiseason recoveries of organic and inorganic nitrogen-15 in tropical cropping systems
  508. Evidence for production of NO and N2O in two contrasting subsoils following the addition of synthetic cattle urine
  509. Measurement at the field scale of soil delta13C and delta15N under improved grassland
  510. Movement of newly assimilated 13C carbon in the grass Lolium perenne and its incorporation into rhizosphere microbial DNA
  511. Evidence for the mechanisms of zinc uptake by rice using isotope fractionation
  512. Plasmodiophorida
  513. Phagomyxida
  514. Come back GM: all is forgiven!
  515. Transmission of phytoplasma associated with Bunchy Top Symptom of papaya by Empoasca papayae Oman
  516. Development and testing of a risk indexing framework to determine field-scale critical source areas of faecal bacteria on grassland
  517. Conditional modulation of NAD levels and metabolite profiles in Nicotiana sylvestris by mitochondrial electron transport and carbon/nitrogen supply
  518. The role of seeds and airborne inoculum in the initiation of leaf blotch (Rhynchosporium secalis) epidemics in winter barley
  519. Acyrthosiphon pisum mRNA for voltage gated sodium channel. EMBL accessions BN001311. BN001313, BN001314
  520. Use of QPCR techniques to predict light leaf spot resistance of oilseed rape varieties
  521. Spatial co-occurrence networks predict the feeding histories of polyphagous arthropod predators at field scales
  522. Rynchosporium secalis: a historical perspective
  523. The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding
  524. Layers of nocturnal insect migrants at high-altitude: the influence of atmospheric conditions on their formation
  525. Rice is more efficient in arsenite uptake and translocation than wheat and barley
  526. Using assembly theory to explain changes in a weed flora in response to agricultural intensification
  527. A review of biochar and its use and function in soil
  528. Use of multi-model ensembles from global climate models for assessment of climate change impacts
  529. Organic matter dynamics in a compost-amended anthropogenic landfill capping-soil
  530. Cryptococcus shivajii sp. nov.: a novel basidiomycetous yeast isolated from biogas reactor
  531. Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) resistance gene Sbm1 (Online protocol)
  532. Conservation biological control using fungal entomopathogens
  533. Carbon dioxide and methane fluxes from a barley field amended with organic fertilizers under Mediterranean climatic conditions
  534. brassica.info Bulletin
  535. Pollinator effectiveness and fruit set in common ivy, Hedera helix (Araliaceae)
  536. Towards a holistic classification of diffuse agricultural water pollution from intensively managed grasslands on heavy soils
  537. Important records from the Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap on Guernsey 2008
  538. Micro-evolutionary change in relation to insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  539. Identification of ion channel genes in the Acyrthosiphon pisum genome
  540. Flight orientation behaviors promote optimal migration trajectories in high-flying insects
  541. CropStoreDB: a practical approach to managing crop data; from traits to sequences
  542. Entomopathogenic fungi and insect behaviour: from unsuspecting hosts to targeted vectors
  543. Development of high-throughput real-time PCR assays for the identification of insensitive acetylcholinesterase (ace-1R) in Anopheles gambiae
  544. Phytoplasma diseases of the Gramineae
  545. Geostatistical analysis of the distribution of Leptosphaeria species causing phoma stem canker on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in England
  546. Plant homologs of the Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine-resistance transporter, Pf CRT, are required for glutathione homeostasis and stress responses
  547. Free amino acids and sugars in rye grain: implications for acrylamide formation
  548. Sampling procedures for throughfall monitoring: a simulation study
  549. Long-term Fertilizer Experiment Network in China: crop yields and soil nutrient trends
  550. Between plant and diurnal variation in quantities and ratios of volatile compounds emitted by Vicia faba plants
  551. Future prospects for the analysis of bioactive components in cereal grain
  552. An alternative to fish oils: metabolic engineering of oil-seed crops to produce omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids
  553. HEALTHGRAIN methods: analysis of bioactive components in small grain cereals
  554. The relationship between diffuse spectral reflectance of the soil and its cation exchange capacity is scale-dependent
  555. Identification and characterisation of Mycosphaerella graminicola secreted or surface-associated proteins with variable intragenic coding repeats
  556. Sensitivity analysis for a complex crop model applied to Durum wheat in the Mediterranean
  557. Metabolic enzyme(s) confer imidacloprid resistance in a clone of Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) from Greece
  558. Stacking HMW-GS transgenes in bread wheat: combining subunit 1Dy10 gives improved mixing properties and dough functionality
  559. Characterisation of an s-type low molecular weight glutenin subunit of wheat and its proline and glutamine-rich repetitive domain
  560. Fitness cost of virulence differs between the AvrLm1 and AvrLm4 loci in Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker of oilseed rape)
  561. Systemic resistance induction by vascular and airborne signaling
  562. The interface between metabolic and stress signalling
  563. Direct real-time imaging of protein adsorption onto hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces
  564. High temporal resolution monitoring of multiple pollutant responses in drainage from an intensively managed grassland catchment caused by a summer storm
  565. Effects of fungicides on in vitro spore germination and mycelial growth of the phytopathogens Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa (phoma stem canker of oilseed rape)
  566. Quantitative resistance increases the durability of qualitative resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus
  567. Combining bioactive components with conventional targets in plant breeding programmes
  568. Structure and heterogeneity of gliadin: a hydrodynamic evaluation
  569. Geographic variation in severity of phoma stem canker and Leptosphaeria maculans/L.biglobosa populations on UK winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  570. Can spontaneous cell movements be modelled as Levy walks?
  571. Nitrogen uptake in organically managed spring sown lupins and residual effects on leaching and yield of a following winter cereal
  572. Topographic impacts on wheat yields under climate change: two contrasted case studies in Europe
  573. Expression of the 1Ax1 transgene in an elite Chinese wheat variety and its effect on functional properties
  574. Migration of heavy metals in soil as influenced by compost amendments
  575. North-South divide: contrasting impacts of climate change on crop yields in Scotland and England
  576. Novel use of stir bar sorptive extraction (SBSE) as a tool for isolation of oviposition site attractants for gravid Culex quinquefasciatus
  577. Effect of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide on microbial communities and N2O from an arable soil fertilized with ammonium sulphate