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  1. Water supply and not nitrate concentration determines primary root growth in Arabidopsis
  2. Corrigendum: Detection and quantification of airborne inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using quantitative PCR
  3. Acyltransferases And Uses Therof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent CA 2804925 A1)
  4. Acyltransferases And Uses Therof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent WO 2011/161093 A1)
  5. Process For The Production Of Delta5-unsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2388332 A1)
  6. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent US 2011/0277043 A1)
  7. Process For Producing A Polyunsatured Fatty Acid Comprising Arachidonic Acid (Patent EP 2380984 A2)
  8. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2376638 A2)
  9. Process For The Production Of Delta5-unsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2366781 A1)
  10. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent US 8017839 B2)
  11. Method For The Production Of Γ-linolenic Acid And/or Stearidonic Acid In Transgenic Brassicaceae And Linaceae (Patent US 8013216 B2 )
  12. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent EP 1726652 B1)
  13. Recombinant Cells And Plants For Synthesis Of Very Long Chains Fatty Acid (vlcfa) (Patent US 2011/0189697 A1)
  14. Desaturase And Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent US 2011/0138490 A1)
  15. Nucleic Acid (Patent EP 1984502 B1)
  16. Recombinant Cells And Plants For Synthesis Of Very Long Chains Fatty Acid (vlcfa) (Patent EP 2310512 A1)
  17. Method For The Production Of Gamma-linolenic Acid And/or Stearidonic Acid In Transgenic Brassicaceae And Linaceae (Patent EP 1945775 B1)
  18. Desaturase And Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2281051 A1)
  19. Novel Fatty Acid Desaturases And Elongases And Uses Thereof (Patent CA 2768082 A1)
  20. Novel Fatty Acid Desaturases And Elongases And Uses Thereof (Patent WO 2011/006948 A1)
  21. Statistical methods for estimating petroleum resources
  22. Effects of chilling temperatures on maize growth and biomass production
  23. Producing low acrylamide risk potatoes: a three-year public/private sector collaborative project in the United Kingdom, focussed on genetics, agronomy and storage
  24. Producing low acrylamide risk potatoes: a three-year public/private sector collaborative project in the United Kingdom, focussed on genetics, agronomy and storage
  25. Modelling the ability of legumes to suppress weeds
  26. The genome of the mesopolyploid crop species Brassica rapa
  27. Fen-meadow, rush pasture, mire and swamp communities : A review of knowledge gaps, restoration issues and their potential to deliver Ecosystem Services
  28. Development of QoI resistance in Ramularia collo-cygni populations
  29. Molecular mechanisms of altered triazole sensitivity in Rhynchosporium secalis
  30. Temporal and spatial transgene expression using a heat-shock promoter in transgenic wheat
  31. The CYP51C gene, a novel and useful phylogenetic marker to distinguish different Fusarium species on cereals
  32. Gaining confidence in cross-species annotation transfer: from simple molecular function to complex phenotypic traits
  33. Functional characterisation of Mycosphaerella graminicola sterol 14alpha-demethylase variants resistant to azole fungicides
  34. Transgenic wheat emitting aphid alarm pheromone, (E)-beta-farnesene
  35. Transgenic wheat emitting aphid alarm pheromone, (E)-beta-farnesene
  36. Fast and efficient microwave-assisted synthesis of functionalized peptoids via Ugi reactions
  37. The challenges of deciphering the hydrological pathways in catchment systems
  38. Health Grain: increasing the health benefits of wheat
  39. The role of gibberellin in determining wheat grain size and quality
  40. The genetics and biochemistry of wheat grain colour
  41. The role of gibberellin in determining wheat grain size and quality
  42. Competition effects in a young Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis, Bong. Carr) clonal trial
  43. Enhancing survival attributes of entomopathogenic nematodes
  44. Seed to near market variety: the BEGIN willow breeding pipeline 2003-2010 and beyond
  45. Pathogenicity determinants of Fusarium graminearum on wheat ears
  46. Rothamsted Research willow (Salix spp.) breeding programme: multi-site yield trial results 2011
  47. What will climate change do to our wheat?
  48. Managing C and N in grassland systems: the adaptive cycle theory perspective
  49. Hypes, hurdles and hopes
  50. Nitrogen use efficiency and long and longer term experiments at Rothamsted
  51. Monitoring and forecasting aphids
  52. Acleris abietana (Hb.) (Lep.: Tortricidae) new to the Roxburghshire (VC 80) county list
  53. Oegoconia quadripuncta (Haworth) (Lep.: Autostichidae) new to the Denbighshire (VC 50) county list
  54. Multi-scale approaches to investigating C dynamics in grassland systems
  55. Modelling honey bees: colony dynamics, foraging and parasites
  56. The overwinter changes in the above and below ground biomass of miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus), switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) and reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea)
  57. Intraguild predation by Harmonia axyridis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): effects on native enemies and aphid suppression
  58. Effects of N fertilizers and liming on the micro-scale distribution of soil methane assimilation in the long-term Park Grass experiment at Rothamsted
  59. Aspects of the behaviour of Globodera pallida in the rhizosphere of the trap crop, Solanum sisymbriifolium
  60. How does Solanum sisymbriifolium affect Globodera pallida behaviour?
  61. The BBSRC Sustainable Bioenergy Centre (BSBEC): perennial bioenergy crops programme; optimising biomass from Miscanthus
  62. Greenhouse gas emissions associated with nitrogen fertiliser - lessons from a situation of nitrogen excess in China
  63. Comparative trials of elite Swedish and UK biomass willow varieties 2001-2010
  64. Both mating types are present in Rhynchosporium commune, R. agropyri and R. secalis populations
  65. Development of typical and atypical Rynchosporium lesions on different grass hosts
  66. The effects of a plant defence priming compound, beta-aminobutyric acid, on multitrophic interactions with an insect herbivore and a hymenopterous parasitoid
  67. Systems approaches to crop improvement (Aspects of Applied Biology 107)
  68. GM crops: from basic research to application
  69. Condensed tannins in willow (Salix spp.): a first step to evaluate novel feeds for nutritionally improved animal products
  70. The structural diversity of condensed tannins in willows (salix spp.): a first screening to improve the nutritional quality of ruminant products
  71. Genetic and environmental factors controlling acrylamide formation in wheat and rye products. PhD thesis, University of Reading
  72. BSBEC-BioMASS - selecting traits to optimise biomass yield of SRC willow
  73. Transgenic wheat emitting aphid alarm pheromone, (E)-beta-farnesene
  74. Biomass and energy crops IV (Aspects of Applied Biology 112)
  75. The China issue
  76. Chimpanzees, Brussels sprouts and poor laboratory practice
  77. Lost in translation: data integration tools meet the Semantic Web
  78. Pochonia chlamydosporia - the 'triple B' approach (Biology, Biotechnology, Business) for biological control agents
  79. Virus-induced gene silencing system for functional genomics studies in wheat and related cereals
  80. WGIN Stakeholder's Newsletter
  81. Elucidating the relative importance of the bacterial and fungal feeding channels within the soil food web under differing land managements
  82. First report of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' (group 16SrI) affecting papaya in Cuba
  83. Spatial location of active soil bacteria and their association with soil organic matter fractions
  84. Cucumber mosaic virus and its 2b RNA silencing suppressor modify plant-aphid interactions in tobacco
  85. Gibberellins - terpenoid plant hormones: biological importance and chemical analysis
  86. Long-term changes in the abundance and phenology of Hoplia philanthus (Fuessly) Col: Scarabaeidae at Silwood Park
  87. Antifungal activity of volatile metabolites emitted by mycelial cultures of saprophytic fungi
  88. Ingestion and excretion of nitrogen and phosphorus by beef cattle under contrasting grazing intensities
  89. Draft genome sequence of the coccolithovirus EhV-84
  90. Ecosystem services delivered by small-scale wetlands
  91. Jet-Net op zijn Engels
  92. The scientific seasons
  93. Scientific fate
  94. ONDEX - a data integration framework for the life sciences
  95. Sugar beet root madness: latest implications of rhizomania in the UK
  96. Broom's Barn Research Centre hosts Europe's pests, diseases and seed quality specialists
  97. Are you protected against rhizomania: the threat continues?
  98. The impact of Turnip yellows virus (TuYV) on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  99. Plant-nematode interactions: Globodera pallida and Solanum sisymbriifolium
  100. Localisation of nitrate in the rhizosphere of biochar-amended soils
  101. Do sugar beet varieties differ in their resilience to frost damage?
  102. Exploiting '-omics' and molecular approaches in plant nematology research
  103. Bolting and flowering research in Europe: where are we now?
  104. Biological and physiological aspects in the host-parasitic relationship of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  105. Seed rates and optimal spatial arrangements of seeds for maximum yield and profitability. Review of past studies (Report on BBRO Project 10/04)
  106. Soil metagenomics reveals impacts of land management on microbial communities in long-term field experiments
  107. The role of soil bacteria in nitrogen cycling
  108. Efficacy of thiamethoxam seed treatment against aphids and turnip yellows virus in oilseed rape
  109. IIRB study tour to France
  110. BBRO meetings: spring and summer 2011
  111. Fungicides for 2011: one spray or two?
  112. Beating cyst nematode
  113. Universal endogenous gene controls for bisulphite conversion in analysis of plant DNA methylation
  114. Maize landraces recruit egg and larval parasitoids in response to egg deposition by a herbivore
  115. Knowledge sharing and collaboration in translational research, and the DC-THERA Directory
  116. Transgenic oilseed crops as an alternative to fish oils
  117. Influence of season and meteorological parameters on flight activity of Culicoides biting midges
  118. Exponential and power-law contact distributions represent different atmospheric conditions
  119. Molecular characterization of Rht-1 dwarfing genes in hexaploid wheat
  120. Long-term exclusion of plant-inputs to soil reduces the functional capacity of microbial communities to mineralise recalcitrant root-derived carbon sources
  121. A stochastic optimization method to estimate the spatial distribution of a pathogen from a sample
  122. Draft genome sequence of the coccolithovirus Emiliania huxleyi virus 203
  123. Interactions of piperonyl butoxide and its analogue with CYP3A4
  124. Reducing take-all inoculum build-up during a first wheat crop
  125. Estimation of seed production by Myosotis arvensis, Veronica hederifolia and Viola arvensis under different competitive conditions
  126. High Resolution Melt (HRM) analysis is an efficient tool to genotype EMS mutants in complex crop genomes
  127. Spatially nested sampling schemes for spatial variance components: scope for their optimization
  128. The crystal structure of odorant binding protein 7 from Anopheles gambiae exhibits an outstanding adaptability of its binding site
  129. Mammalian peroxisomal ABC transporters: from endogenous substrates to pathology and clinical significance
  130. Age-specific expression of a P450 monooxygenase (CYP6CM1) correlates with neonicotinoid resistance in Bemisia tabaci
  131. Interactions in a host plant-virus-vector-parasitoid system: modelling the consequences for virus transmission and disease dynamics
  132. Exploring the variation in soil saturated hydraulic conductivity under a tropical rainforest using the wavelet transform
  133. Homeostatic response to hypoxia is regulated by the N-end rule pathway in plants
  134. Manuring and stable nitrogen isotope ratios in cereals and pulses: towards a new archaeobotanical approach to the inference of land use and dietary practices
  135. Fitness trade-off in peach-potato aphids (Myzus persicae) between insecticide resistance and vulnerability to parasitoid attack at several spatial scales
  136. Targeted enhancement of glutamate-to-gamma-aminobutyrate conversion in Arabidopsis seeds affects carbon-nitrogen balance and storage reserves in a development-dependent manner
  137. AIGO: towards a unified framework for the analysis and the inter-comparison of GO functional annotations
  138. A tetrodoxin resistant voltage-gated sodium channel gene orthologue identified in aphids
  139. A new species of Melampsora rust on Salix elbursensis from Iran
  140. Estimating N and C transformations from stable isotope tracer studies in an intact soil food web
  141. The priming potential of biochar products in relation to labile carbon contents and soil organic matter status
  142. Animal orientation strategies for movement in flows
  143. An engineered pathway for glyoxylate metabolism in tobacco plants aimed to avoid the release of ammonia in photorespiration
  144. LC-MS/MS methods for absolute quantification and identification of proteins associated with chimeric plant oil bodies
  145. A comparison of sulfate and selenium accumulation in relation to the expression of sulfate transporter genes in Astragalus species
  146. Very-long-chain fatty acids are required for cell plate formation during cytokinesis in Arabidopsis thaliana
  147. Flight altitude selection increases orientation performance in high-flying nocturnal insect migrants
  148. OmniMapFree: a unified tool to visualise and explore sequenced genomes
  149. Microarray analysis of P450 upregulation in honey bee following neonicotinoid treatment
  150. Modelling the water balance of different grass species used for bioenergy
  151. The role of gibberellin in the reproductive development of Arabidopsis thaliana
  152. How do sugars regulate plant growth? A commentary on 'Trehalose 6-phosphate: connecting plant metabolism and development' by Ponnu, J. et al. (2011) Front. Plant Sci. 2:70
  153. Interactions of piperonyl butoxide and its analogue with CYP3A4
  154. Modelling varietal differences of coppiced willow canopy architecture and biomass allocation
  155. A comparison of the infection biology and transcriptome of wild-type and single gene deletion strains of Fusarium graminearum
  156. High resolution melting analysis for the detection of EMS induced mutations in wheat SBEIIa genes
  157. Automated discovery of food webs from ecological data using logic-based machine learning
  158. Long-term bare fallow experiments: new opportunities for studying stable soil carbon
  159. Phytoremediation of arsenic contaminated paddy soils with Pteris vittata markedly reduces arsenic uptake by rice
  160. Optical sensing of symptoms for early detection of crop disease
  161. Potential for air sampling for early detection of crop disease
  162. Flow distribution and pressure drop in different layout configurations with Z-type arrangement
  163. Effect of green manures on hatching of Globodera rostochiensis
  164. Effect of the green manures Sinapis alba, Brassica napus and Raphanus sativus on hatching of Globodera rostochiensis
  165. Genotype and environment effects on the contents of vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6 in wheat grain
  166. Improving the health benefits of wheat
  167. Effect of water addition and the urease inhibitor NBPT on the abatement of ammonia emission from surface applied urea
  168. Postprandial glycemia, insulinemia and satiety responses in healthy subjects after whole grain rye bread made from different rye varieties. 1
  169. Soil carbon stock in the tropical rangelands of Australia: effects of soil type and grazing pressure, and determination of sampling requirement
  170. Delivering resistance to a major constraint for rain-fed rice production
  171. How widespread is the dauer phenomenon in the phylum Nematoda?
  172. Is the term 'dauer' relevant to plant-parasitic nematodes
  173. Enhancing survival attributes of entomopathogenic nematodes
  174. Designing and creating the North Wyke Farm Platform
  175. Selected aspects on the morphology and parasitism biology of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia
  176. Bionomics of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia
  177. Effect of the Mi gene on reproduction of Meloidogyne hispanica on tomato genotypes
  178. Increasing grain Zn in wheat by the application of sewage sludge
  179. Isotopmeranalyse von bodenburtigem Lachgas - Laborstudien mit QCLAS und IRMS
  180. The transcription factor ABI4 is required for the ascorbic acid-dependent regulation of growth and regulation of jasmonate-dependent defense signaling pathways in Arabidopsis
  181. Molecular mechanisms of insecticide resistance in the glasshouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum
  182. Response of cereals to soil and fertilizer phosphorus (HGCA Research Review No. 74)
  183. Carbon mineralization and distribution of nutrients within different particle-size fractions of commercially produced olive mill pomace
  184. Climate change and arable crop disease control: mitigation and adaptation
  185. Pochonia chlamydosporia as a biocontrol agent of nematodes - research progress, challenges and future prospects
  186. Genetic and management approaches to boost UK wheat yields by ameliorating water deficits
  187. Characterisation of the Fusarium graminearum- wheat floral interaction
  188. Surface emissions and subsurface concentrations of greenhouse gases in a peat grassland respond to addition of cattle urine
  189. Plant functional diversity and ecosystem properties: a contribution from the Park Grass Experiment
  190. Overexpression of a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase, CYP6ER1, is associated with resistance to imidacloprid in the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens
  191. Gibberellin biosynthesis and signalling in Arabidopsis root growth
  192. Conservation of targeting but divergence in function and quality control of peroxisomal ABC transporters: an analysis using cross-kingdom expression
  193. Effects of air-drying and freezing on phosphorus fractions in soils with different organic matter contents
  194. Metabolomic analysis of Arabidopsis reveals hemiterpenoid glycosides as products of a nitrate ion-regulated, carbon flux overflow
  195. Evaluation of an electrostatic toxicity model for predicting Ni2+ toxicity to barley root elongation in hydroponic cultures and in soils
  196. Flying with a 'death sentence' on board: electrophoretic detection of braconid parasitoid larvae in migrating winged grain aphids, Sitobion avenae (F.)
  197. Which persistent organic pollutants can we map in soil using a large spacing systematic soil monitoring design? A case study in Northern France
  198. Genomic and pedigree-based genetic parameters for scarcely recorded traits when some animals are genotyped
  199. Repellent effects of five monoterpenoid odours against Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) and Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) in Calabar, Nigeria
  200. Flux of nitric oxide between the necrotrophic pathogen Botrytis cinerea and the host plant
  201. Joint modeling of spatial variability and within-row interplot competition to increase the efficiency of plant improvement
  202. Pheromone gland development and pheromone production in Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae)
  203. Modelling predicts that heat stress, not drought, will increase vulnerability of wheat in Europe
  204. Robust geostatistical prediction of trace elements across France
  205. Chemotaxis can provide biological organisms with good solutions to the travelling salesman problem
  206. Coccolithophores: functional biodiversity, enzymes and bioprospecting
  207. Derivation and interpretation of hazard quotients to assess ecological risks from the cultivation of insect-resistant transgenic crops
  208. Ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from slatted and solid floors in dairy cattle houses: a scale model study
  209. Avoidance of a generalist entomopathogenic fungus by the ladybird, Coccinella septempunctata
  210. Wavelet analysis of soil variation at nanometre- to micrometre-scales: an example of organic carbon content in a micro-aggregate
  211. New insights into cell death induced by long chain bases in Arabidopsis
  212. Distribution of Meligethes aeneus (F.) and M. viridescens (F.) on cruciferous plants
  213. Emerging roles in plant defense for cis- jasmone-induced cytochrome P450 CYP81D11
  214. Determination of the N -glycosylation patterns of seed proteins: applications to determine the authenticity and substantial equivalence of genetically modified (GM) crops
  215. Spatial prediction of soil properties with copulas
  216. The assessment of point-source and diffuse soil metal pollution using robust geostatistical methods: a case study in Swansea (Wales, UK)
  217. Heterosis in rice seedlings: its relationship to gibberellin content and expression of gibberellin metabolism and signaling genes
  218. New frontiers in oilseed biotechnology: meeting the global demand for vegetable oils for food, feed, biofuel and industrial applications
  219. Assessing the functional coherence of modules found in multiple-evidence networks from Arabidopsis
  220. A pilot project to encourage scientific debate in schools. Comics written and peer reviewed by young learners
  221. Responses of the blister beetle Hycleus apicicornis to visual stimuli
  222. A model to predict the effects of soil structure on denitrification and N2O emission
  223. Pedometrics
  224. Meeting the challenge of food and energy security
  225. Modelling virus- and host-limitation in vectored plant disease epidemics
  226. Delaying selection for fungicide insensitivity by mixing fungicides at a low and high risk of resistance development: a modeling analysis
  227. Identification of semiochemicals released by cotton, Gossypium hirsutum, upon infestation by the cotton aphid, Aphis gossypii
  228. A comparison of soil and water properties in organic and conventional farming systems in England
  229. Willow
  230. Regulatory hotspots are associated with plant gene expression under varying soil phosphorus supply in Brassica rapa
  231. The role of plant breeding and biotechnology in meeting the challenge of global warming
  232. Functional characterization and immunolocalization of odorant binding protein 1 in the lucerne plant bug, Adelphocoris lineolatus (Goeze)
  233. Long-term release of carbon from grassland soil amended with different slurry particle size fractions: a laboratory incubation study
  234. A non-parametric method for detecting specificity determining sites in protein sequence alignments
  235. Natural abundance radiocarbon in soil microbial biomass: results from a glacial foreland
  236. Corrigendum: Increases in soil organic carbon sequestration can reduce the global warming potential of long-term liming to permanent grassland
  237. Influence of N doses and form on 15N natural abundance of pepper plants: considerations for using delta15N values as indicator of N source
  238. Bacterial pH-optima for growth track soil pH, but are higher than expected at low pH
  239. Variation in bulk tissue, fatty acid and monosaccharide delta13C values between autotrophic and heterotrophic plant organs
  240. An important role of a pyrethroid-sensing residue F1519 in the action of the N-alkylamide insecticide BTG 502 on the cockroach sodium channel
  241. Batrachotoxin, pyrethroids and BTG 502 share overlapping binding sites on insect sodium channels
  242. SIMSDAIRY: a modelling framework to identify sustainable dairy farms in the UK. Framework description and test for organic systems and N fertiliser optimisation
  243. Sulphate transporters and selenium accumulation in Astragalus
  244. Extraction of soil nitrogen by chloroform fumigation - A new index for the evaluation of soil nitrogen supply
  245. Sustainable grassland management benefits butterflies
  246. The dose rate debate: does the risk of fungicide resistance increase or decrease with dose?
  247. Exploiting genomics to understand the interactions between root-knot nematodes and Pasteuria penetrans
  248. Minimum information about a bioactive entity (MIABE)
  249. Transporters involved in nitrogen uptake and movement
  250. Identification of new single nucleotide polymorphism-based markers for inter- and intraspecies discrimination of obligate bacterial parasites (Pasteuria spp.) of invertebrates
  251. Short term soil priming effects and the mineralisation of biochar following its incorporation to soils of different pH
  252. Ecology of Pochonia chlamydosporia in the rhizosphere at the population, whole organism and molecular scales
  253. Monitoring of inoculum of fungal pathogens in the air - a support tool for decisions on OSR protection - an overview of the current situation in central and eastern Europe
  254. Obituary: David Jenkinson
  255. Root patho-systems nematology and biological control
  256. Cuticle surface coat of plant-parasitic nematodes
  257. Biological control of plant-parasitic nematodes: towards understanding field variation through molecular mechanisms
  258. Biological control of plant-parasitic nematodes: building coherence between microbial ecology and molecular mechanisms
  259. Re-evaluation of the life-cycle of the nematode-parasitic bacterium Pasteuria penetrans in root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp.
  260. Plant nematode surfaces
  261. Microbial ecology and nematode control in natural ecosystems
  262. Enantiomeric selectivity in behavioural and electrophysiological responses of Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus mosquitoes
  263. Bumble bee species' responses to a targeted conservation measure depend on landscape context and habitat quality
  264. Differential resistance of insect sodium channels with kdr mutations to deltamethrin, permethrin and DDT
  265. Development of semiochemical attractants for monitoring bean seed beetle, Bruchus rufimanus
  266. Investigation of tension wood formation and 2,6-dichlorbenzonitrile application in short rotation coppice willow composition and enzymatic saccharification
  267. Overexpression of Arabidopsis ECERIFERUM1 promotes wax very-long-chain alkane biosynthesis and influences plant response to biotic and abiotic stresses
  268. Learning how to deal with values, frames and governance in sustainability appraisal
  269. BMSS ISO-SIG (27-28 April), SIMSUG 2010 (28-30 April) and SIBAE (28-29 April 2010), University of Exeter, UK
  270. Modelling rotations: can crop sequences explain arable seedbank abundance?
  271. National-scale regulation of the weed seedbank by carabid predators
  272. Phytochemicals of Brassicaceae in plant protection and human health - influences of climate, environment and agronomic practice
  273. Developmental pattern of aquaporin expression in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) leaves
  274. Pyrethroid resistance in Sitophilus zeamais is associated with a mutation (T9291) in the voltage-gated sodium channel
  275. Convergent patterns of long-distance nocturnal migration in noctuid moths and passerine birds
  276. Benzoxazinoid metabolites regulate innate immunity against aphids and fungi in maize
  277. Investigating the contribution of the phosphate transport pathway to arsenic accumulation in rice
  278. Special features of the SPACSYS modeling package and procedures for parameterization and validation
  279. The velocity of shear waves in saturated soil
  280. Development of female-targeted attractant in two Agriotes click beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae)
  281. Distribution of gluten proteins in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) grain
  282. Spectroscopic analysis of diversity of arabinoxylan structures in endosperm cell walls of wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum) in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity collection
  283. The relationship between direct soil nitrous oxide emissions and nitrogen fertiliser rate to winter cereals in England
  284. Effects of nitrogen and sulfur nutrition on grain composition and properties of wheat and related cereals
  285. A review of quantitative tools for assessing the diffuse pollution response to farmer adaptations and mitigation methods under climate change
  286. Candida northwykensis sp. nov., a novel yeast isolated from the gut of the click beetle Melanotus villosus
  287. Gibberellin control of stamen development: a fertile field
  288. Understanding the survival strategies of nematodes
  289. Drought and implications for nutrition
  290. The aromatic/arginine selectivity filter of NIP aquaporins plays a critical role in substrate selectivity for silicon, boron and arsenic
  291. Emergence or self-organization? Look to the soil population
  292. Disease control on UK winter oilseed rape contributes to climate change mitigation
  293. Garlic virus X 11-kDa protein granules move within the cytoplasm and traffic a host protein normally found in the nucleolus
  294. Profiling of intact wheat arabinoxylans by spectroscopy
  295. Isotopomer analysis of soil derived N2O - comparative measurements using QCLAS and IRMS techniques
  296. Effects of disease control by fungicides on greenhouse gas emissions by UK arable crop production
  297. Effects of fungicide on growth of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa (phoma stem canker) in oilseed rape
  298. Effects of Leptosphaeria maculans race structure and fitness cost of virulence on management of phoma cell canker in oilseed rape
  299. An exceptionally high nucleotide and haplotype diversity and a signature of positive selection for the eIF4E resistance gene in barley are revealed by allele mining and phylogenetic analyses of natural populations
  300. The North Wyke Farm Platform: an opportunity for determining pathogen survival and transfers of pathogenic species from whole farm livestock systems
  301. Microbial losses to water from 'cracking clay' grassland soils under contrasting manure management strategies
  302. An overview of nutrient use efficiency and strategies for crop improvement
  303. Molecular and physiological basis of nutrient use efficiency in crops
  304. The North Wyke Farm Platform: a UK national capability for agri-environmental research
  305. Review of the evidence base for the status and change of soil carbon below 15cm from the soil surface in England and Wales (Report on Sub-project 3 of DEFRA Project SP1106)
  306. Impacts of climate change on phoma stem canker and light leaf spot on UK winter oilseed rape
  307. Metagenomic comparison of direct and indirect soil DNA extraction approaches
  308. Growth arrest by trehalose-6-phosphate: an astonishing case of primary metabolite control over growth by way of the SnRK1 signaling pathway
  309. Sulfur nutrition in crop plants
  310. Water supply and not nitrate concentration determines primary root growth in Arabidopsis
  311. Use of the Taguchi methodology to rank the importance of factors affecting emissions of N2O from incubated agricultural soils
  312. Resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot) in Brassica napus (oilseed rape) stops asexual but not sexual sporulation
  313. Wetland ecosystems (book review)
  314. 13C metabolic flux analysis identifies an unusual route for pyruvate dissimilation in mycobacteria which requires isocitrate lyase and carbon dioxide fixation
  315. Drought stress, effect on soil mechanical impedance and root (crop) growth
  316. Crop emergence, the impact of mechanical impedance
  317. The impact of climate change on crop diseases with a focus on diseases of wheat and oilseed rape (colza-canola)
  318. Biomass structure and allometry of Abies nephrolepis (Maxim) in Northeast China
  319. Het ontwerpen van experimenten
  320. The relationship between lay and technical views of Escherichia coli 0157 risk
  321. Atmospheric ammonia and particulate ammonium from agricultural sources in the North China Plain
  322. UK emissions of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide
  323. Discrimination of Australian soil horizons and classes from their visible-near infrared spectra
  324. Corrigendum: Detection and quantification of airborne inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using quantitative PCR
  325. Pyrethroid resistance in the tomato red spider mite, Tetranychus evansi, is associated with mutation of the para- type sodium channel
  326. Molecular modelling of the emergence of azole resistance in Mycosphaerella graminicola
  327. Aberrant protein N- glycosylation impacts upon infection-related growth transitions of the haploid plant-pathogenic fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola
  328. Effects of crop plants on abundance of Pochonia chlamydosporia and other fungal parasites of root-knot and potato cyst nematodes
  329. Pochonia chlamydosporia: advances and challenges to improve its performance as a biological control agent of sedentary endo-parasitic nematodes
  330. Exploring competitiveness and genetic variation in the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia and its significance for biological control
  331. WIBL: Workbench for Integrative Biological Learning
  332. Climate change affects winter chill for temperate fruit and nut trees
  333. Rapid shift from denitrification to nitrification in soil after biogas residue application as indicated by nitrous oxide isotopomers
  334. Effects of fungicide on growth of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa in relation to development of phoma stem canker on oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  335. Genetic mapping of rust resistance loci in biomass willow
  336. Finished genome of the fungal wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola reveals dispensome structure, chromosome plasticity and stealth pathogenesis
  337. High rates of nitrogen cycling in volcanic soils from Chilean grasslands
  338. Perception of plant volatile blends by herbivorous insects - Finding the right mix
  339. Mutation of a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor beta subunit is associated with resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides in the aphid Myzus persicae
  340. Gene amplification and insecticide resistance
  341. Spatial sampling to detect an invasive pathogen outside of an eradication zone
  342. Differential growth of the fungus Absidia cylindrospora on 13C/15N-labelled media
  343. Tracking the flow of bacterially derived 13C and 15N through soil faunal feeding channels
  344. Manure management: implications for greenhouse gas emissions
  345. Leaching of chemcials in relation to soil structure
  346. Identification of semiochemicals for bed bug, Cimex lectularius, monitoring and control
  347. Evaluation of near infrared spectroscopy and software sensor methods for determination of total alkalinity in anaerobic digesters
  348. Adapting to crop pest and pathogen risks under a changing climate
  349. Lessons from 2010: pests, diseases and weeds all make their mark!
  350. Transcriptome analysis shows differential gene expression in the saprotrophic to parasitic transition of Pochonia chlamydosporia
  351. Introduction to plant-parasitic nematodes: modes of parasitism
  352. Physiological attributes associated with yield and stability in selected lines of a durum wheat population
  353. Geostatistical prediction of nitrous oxide emissions from soil using data, process models and expert opinion
  354. Current status of herbicide-resistant weeds in the United Kingdom
  355. Fallowing for control of annual grass-weeds: what are the issues?
  356. High-resolution secondary ion mass spectrometry reveals the contrasting subcellular distribution of arsenic and silicon in rice roots
  357. Wavelet analysis of the correlations between soil properties and potential nitrous oxide emission at farm and landscape scales
  358. Analysis of two in planta expressed LysM effector homologs from the fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola reveals novel functional properties and varying contributions to virulence on wheat
  359. Biological and physiological aspects in the host-parasite relationship of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  360. Development of a real-time PCR assay for detection and quantification of Rhizobium leguminosarum bacteria and discrimination between different biovars in zinc-contaminated soil
  361. English beet crops in 2010
  362. Herbicidal control of Vulpia myuros (rat's-tail fescue) in glasshouse screening tests
  363. Impacts of land use change on denitrifying bacteria and nitrous oxide emissions
  364. Sulfate transport
  365. Use of quantitative PCR to understand within-host competition between two entomopathogenic fungi
  366. Important Lepidoptera records from the Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap at Starcross, Devon (VC 3) in 2009
  367. The Vapourer Orgyia antiqua L. (Lep.: Lymantriidae), on the Channel Islands
  368. Gross and net rates of nitrogen mineralisation in soil amended with composted olive mill pomace
  369. Suppression of gliadins results in altered protein body morphology in wheat
  370. Spatial expression and regulation of rice high-affinity nitrate transporters by nitrogen and carbon status
  371. GrazeIn: a model of herbage intake and milk production for grazing dairy cows. 3. Simulations and external validation of the model
  372. Lighting the way to willow biomass production
  373. Improving crop profitability by using minimum cultivation and exploiting grass weed ecology
  374. Lessons learned from the farm scale evaluation of GMHT crops
  375. BBRO winter meetings
  376. Good and bad traits of Harmonia axyridis - from biological control to invasion
  377. Conservation biological control approaches for aphid control in UK arable crops
  378. Absence of seasonal patterns in MBT-CBT indices in mid-latitude soils
  379. Theory of flow distribution in manifolds
  380. Infection of the wheat ear by the fungus Fusarium culmorum
  381. Infection of Rrs1 barley by an incompatible race of the fungus Rhynchosporium secalis expressing the green fluorescent protein
  382. Assessing the labile arsenic pool in contaminated paddy soils by isotopic dilution techniques and simple extractions
  383. Mycosphaerella graminicola: from genomics to disease control
  384. Parallels between plant and animal parasitic nematodes
  385. Feeding the world: a contribution to the debate
  386. Comparison of host recognition, invasion, development and reproduction of Meloidogyne graminicola and M. incognita on rice and tomato
  387. Evidence for a role of phytochelatins in regulating arsenic accumulation in rice grain
  388. Impact of recently emerged sterol 14alpha-demethylase (CYP51) variants of Mycosphaerella graminicola on azole fungicide sensitivity
  389. Effects of canopy architecture traits on willow crop growth
  390. Quantitative molecular biology and N2O/N2 flux measurements demonstrate carbon amendment and depth affects on the distribution and activity of sub-soil denitrifiers
  391. Discovery and characterization of sulfoxaflor, a novel insecticide targeting sap-feeding pests
  392. Quantify response of crop systems to future climate change using SPACSYS model
  393. Catchments, sub-catchments and private spaces: scale and process in managing microbial pollution from source to sea
  394. Osmotic and ionic regulation
  395. Nutrient regulation of parasitism genes in the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia
  396. Metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces cerevisiae for production of eicosapentaenoic acid, using a novel delta5-desaturase from Paramecium tetraurelia
  397. Biomedical semantics in the semantic web
  398. The identification and mapping of candidate genes and QTL involved in the fatty acid desaturation pathway in Brassica napus
  399. Evidence that Polymyxa species may infect Arabidopsis thaliana
  400. The design and analysis of variety trials using mixtures of composite and individual plot samples
  401. Identification and functional characterisation of genes encoding the omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthetic pathway from the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi
  402. Large-scale monitoring of imidacloprid susceptibility in the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis
  403. Lack of correlation between turnover of low-molecular-weight dissolved organic carbon and differences in microbial community composition or growth across a soil pH gradient
  404. Fungal and bacterial growth responses to N fertilization and pH in the 150-year 'Park Grass' UK grassland experiment
  405. Poly(T) variation in heteroderid nematode mitochondrial genomes is predominantly an artefact of amplification
  406. Chemotaxis can take plant-parasitic nematodes to the source of a chemo-attractant via the shortest possible routes
  407. Evaluation of substitutes for paraquat in soil microbial ATP determinations using the trichloroacetic acid based reagent of Jenkinson and Oades (1979)
  408. Cooperative interactions between odorant-binding proteins of Anopheles gambiae
  409. Dairy slurry application method impacts ammonia emission and nitrate leaching in no-till corn silage
  410. Survival of parasitic nematodes outside the host
  411. Structure and morphology of wheat gluten films: from polymeric protein aggregates toward superstructure arrangements
  412. Molecular and physiological basis of nematode survival
  413. Behavioral responses of the leafhopper, Cicadulina storeyi China, a major vector of maize streak virus, to volatile cues from intact and leafhopper-damaged maize
  414. Tandem quadruplication of HMA4 in the zinc (Zn) and cadmium (Cd) hyperaccumulator Noccaea caerulescens
  415. Duration analysis of technology adoption effects of dissemination pathways: a case of 'push-pull' technology for control of Striga weeds and stemborers in Western Kenya
  416. Key unknowns in estimating atmospheric emissions from UK land management
  417. A new approach to reduce the risk of Take-all disease
  418. Foresight project on global food and farming futures: application of genetics and genomics to aquaculture development: current and future directions
  419. Impacts of the use of nonnative commercial bumble bees for pollinator supplementation in raspberry
  420. Foresight project on global food and farming futures: advances in plant disease and pest management
  421. Push-pull technology: a conservation agriculture approach for integrated management of insect pests, weeds and soil health in Africa: UK government's Foresight Food and Farming Futures project
  422. Genetic improvement of willow for bioenergy and biofuels
  423. The fate of slurry-N fractions in herbage and soil during two growing seasons following application
  424. Variation in Miscanthus chemical composition and implications for conversion by pyrolysis and thermo-chemical bio-refining for fuels and chemicals
  425. Derivation and testing of a model to predict selection for fungicide resistance
  426. Reactivation of meristem activity and sprout growth in potato tubers require both cytokinin and gibberellin
  427. Identification and tissue distribution of odorant binding protein genes in the lucerne plant bug Adelphocoris lineolatus (Goeze)
  428. Changes to the proteome and targeted metabolites of xylem sap in Brassica oleracea in response to salt stress
  429. Fusion-fission experiments in Aphidius: evolutionary split without isolation in response to environmental bimodality
  430. Differential preference of Capiscum spp. cultivars by Aphis gossypii is conferred by variation in volatile semiochemistry
  431. Is a specialist root-feeding insect affected by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi?
  432. Modelling an ecosystem: the example of agro-ecosystems
  433. Effect of soil saturation on denitrification in a grassland soil
  434. Decline in native ladybirds in response to the arrival of Harmonia axyridis: early evidence from England
  435. Novel margin management to enhance Auchenorrhyncha biodiversity in intensive grasslands
  436. Erratum to 'Repellent activity of Nepeta grandiflora and Nepeta clarkei (Lamiaceae) against the cereal aphid, Sitobion avenae (Homoptera: Aphididae)' [Phytochem. Lett. 3 (2010) 139-142]
  437. Metabolomics of Arabidopsis thaliana
  438. Potential value of the fibre nettle Urtica dioica as a resource for the nettle aphid Microlophium carnosum and its insect and fungal natural enemies
  439. Genetic dissection of basal defence responsiveness in accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana
  440. Spatial patterns of wilting in sugar beet as an indicator for precision irrigation
  441. Investigation of soilborne mosaic virus diseases transmitted by Polymyxa graminis in cereal production areas of the Anatolian part of Turkey
  442. Ginninderra revisited: the contribution of B. E. Butler to statistical pedology
  443. Development and application of a detailed inventory framework for estimating nitrous oxide and methane emissions from agriculture
  444. Book review. Oats: chemistry and technology, F.H. Webster, P.J. Woods (eds), AACC International. (2011)
  445. Predation and scavenging by the generalist predator Pterostichus melanarius
  446. Wheat grain development is characterized by remarkable trehalose 6-phosphate accumulation pregrain filling: tissue distribution and relationship to SNF1-related protein kinase1 activity
  447. Characterization of a glutenin-specific serine proteinase of Sunn bug Eurygaster integricepts Put.
  448. Sulphur fertiliser for sugar beet
  449. Erratum: The impact of climate change on disease constraints on production of oilseed rape
  450. A comparison of ecosystem services delivered by 11 long-term monitoring sites in the UK environmental change network
  451. Simulation of wheat growth using the 3D root architecture model SPACSYS: validation and sensitivity analysis
  452. Editorial: Time to think
  453. Editorial: The next hundred years
  454. Book review: Cereal grains: assessing and managing quality. C.W. Wrigley and I.L. Batey (eds) Woodhead Publishing, 2009
  455. Is nitrate in drinking water a threat to human health?
  456. Determining smallholder farmers' preferences for technology dissemination pathways: the case of 'push-pull' technology in the control of stemborer and Striga weeds in Kenya
  457. Intelligent multi-sensor system for the detection and treatment of fungal diseases in arable crops
  458. Sugar beet
  459. Impacts of climate change on wheat anthesis and fusarium ear blight in the UK
  460. Evidence that wheat cultivars differ in their ability to build up inoculum of the take-all fungus, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici, under a first wheat crop
  461. Long-term impacts of zinc and copper enriched sewage sludge additions on bacterial, archaeal and fungal communities in arable and grassland soils
  462. Measuring soil microbial biomass using an automated procedure
  463. Determining the optimal population density of sugarbeet crops in England
  464. Responses of sugar beet to sulphur fertilizer in England
  465. Evolutionarily recent enzyme system for formation of aspartate and catabolism of glutamate in cereals
  466. Arable crop disease control, climate change and food security
  467. Accessing the soil metagenome for studies of microbial diversity
  468. The unseen threat of symptomless Fusarium wheat ear infection
  469. Integration of linkage maps for the amphidiploid Brassica napus and comparative mapping with Arabidopsis and Brassica rapa
  470. ELVOVL2 controls the level of n-6 28:5 and 30:5 fatty acids in testis, a prerequisite for male fertility and sperm maturation in mice
  471. The effect of the coccinellid Harmonia axyridis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) on transmission of the fungal pathogen Pandora neoaphidis (Entomophthorales: Entomophthoraceae)
  472. Semiochemicals of the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius L. (Hemiptera: Cimicidae), and their potential for use in monitoring and control
  473. Inactivation of plant infecting fungal and viral pathogens to achieve biological containment in drainage water using UV treatment
  474. Egg deposition elicits Brachiaria plants to produce defence signals that attract natural enemies antagonistic to a major cereal pest
  475. Impacts of pollution controls on air quality in Beijing during the 2008 Olympic Games
  476. A SEPALLATA gene is involved in the development and ripening of strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.) fruit, a non-climacteric tissue
  477. On the origin of bursts and heavy tails in animal dynamics
  478. Distribution and dynamics of Bemisia tabaci invasive biotypes in central China
  479. Characterising metabolic resistance in pyrethroid-insensitive pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus F.) from Poland and Switzerland
  480. A multispecies perspective on ecological impacts of climatic forcing
  481. Host plant selection behaviour of Chilo partellus and its implication for effectiveness of a trap crop
  482. Impact of land management practices on high-affinity methanotrophic bacterial populations: evidence from long-term sites at Rothamsted
  483. Callose deposition: a multifaceted plant defense response
  484. Generation of nonvernal-obligate, faster-cycling Noccaea caerulescens lines through fast neutron mutagenesis
  485. Pyrosequencing the transcriptome of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum reveals multiple transcripts encoding insecticide targets and detoxifying enzymes
  486. Selenium concentration and speciation in biofortified flour and bread: retention of selenium during grain biofortification, processing and production of Se-enriched food
  487. Sugars in crop plants
  488. Soil engineering in vivo: harnessing natural biogeochemical systems for sustainable, multi-functional engineering solutions
  489. Repellent activity of catmint, Nepeta cataria, and iridoid nepetalactone isomers against Afro-tropical mosquitoes, ixodid ticks and red poultry mites
  490. Periodic host absence can select for higher or lower parasite transmission rates
  491. Maternal risk factors in Afghan-refugees compared to Pakistani mothers in Peshawar, NWFP Pakistan
  492. A bioassay for studying behavioural responses of the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) to bed bug-derived volatiles
  493. New perspectives on glutamine synthetase in grasses
  494. The dynamics of arsenic in four paddy fields in the Bengal delta
  495. An investigation of DEET-insensitivity in Aedes aegypti
  496. Relationship between the contents of bioactive components in grain and the release dates of wheat lines in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  497. Raising yield potential of wheat. I. Overview of a consortium approach and breeding strategies
  498. Soil management in relation to sustainable agriculture and ecosystem services
  499. Soil organic matters
  500. Bioenergy plants: hopes, concerns and perspectives
  501. Raising yield potential of wheat. II. Increasing photosynthetic capacity and efficiency
  502. Mechanism of binding of prothioconazole to Mycosphaerella graminicola CYP51 differs from that of other azole antifungals
  503. Transport systems for NO3- and NH4+
  504. Combined meta-genomics analyses unravel candidate genes for the grain dietary fiber content in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  505. Using artificial fluorescent particles as tracers of livestock wastes within an agricultural catchment
  506. Temporal and spatial control of transgene expression using a heat-inducible promoter in transgenic wheat
  507. The use of a CYP51C gene based on PCR-RFLP assay for simultaneous detection and identification of Fusarium avenaceum and F. tricinctum in wheat
  508. The complex interactions between host immunity and non-biotrophic fungal pathogens of wheat leaves
  509. Spatial variability of soil organic matter fractions in arable and grassland soils - implications for soil N supply
  510. The sucrose non-fermenting-1-related (SnRK) family of protein kinases: potential for manipulation to improve stress tolerance and increase yield
  511. The role of root hairs in cadmium acquisition by barley
  512. Recent developments in modifying crops and agronomic practice to improve human health
  513. Estimating soil strength in the rooting zone of wheat
  514. Challenges and opportunities for using wheat for biofuel production
  515. Landscape-scale controls on the spatial distribution of caesium 137: a study based on an airborne geophysical survey across Northern Ireland
  516. Acclimation to high CO2 in maize is related to water status and dependent on leaf rank
  517. Implications for soil properties of removing cereal straw: results from long-term studies
  518. Soil carbon sequestration to mitigate climate change: a critical re-examination to identify the true and the false
  519. Transcriptional profiling approaches for studying nitrogen use efficiency
  520. Nitrogen assimilation and its relevance to crop improvement
  521. Force spectroscopy of an elastic peptide: effect of D2O and temperature on persistence length
  522. Energy crops: introduction
  523. Energy crops (RSC Energy and Environment Series No 3)
  524. Confidential report to Syngenta
  525. The development, structure and composition of the barley grain
  526. Pedotransfer functions for estimating total soil nitrogen up to the global scale
  527. Impacts of changing air composition on severity of arable crop disease epidemics
  528. Variable responses of the soil microbial biomass to trace concentrations of 13C-labelled glucose, using 13C-PLFA analysis
  529. Effect of sugarcane harvesting systems on soil carbon stocks in Brazil: an examination of existing data
  530. Cost effectiveness of nitrate leaching mitigation measures for grassland livestock systems at locations in England and Wales
  531. Effects of recent and accumulated livestock manure carbon additions on soil fertility and quality
  532. Effect of antecedent soil moisture conditions on emissions and isotopologue distribution of N2O during denitrification
  533. Cues and decision rules in animal migration
  534. Peroxisomal transport systems: roles in signaling and metabolism
  535. Recent insights from radar studies of insect flight
  536. Nitrate transporters and root architecture
  537. Spatial distribution of arsenic and temporal variation of its concentration in rice
  538. Conservation and divergence of autonomous pathway genes in the flowering regulatory network of Beta vulgaris
  539. Multiplex reactions for the molecular detection of predation on pest and nonpest invertebrates in agroecosystems
  540. Increases in soil organic carbon sequestration can reduce the global warming potential of long-term liming to permanent grassland
  541. Modelling the European Farmland Bird Indicator in response to forecast land-use change in Europe