1. Ruminal protozoal contribution to the duodenal flow of fatty acids following feeding of steers on forages differing in chloroplast content
  2. An eight-year investigation of bovine livestock fecal microbiota
  3. Increased outbreak frequency associated with changes in the dynamic behaviour of populations of two aphid species
  4. Enhancing floral diversity to increase the robustness of grassland beetle assemblages to environmental change
  5. Employing a Monte Carlo algorithm in expectation maximization restricted maximum likelihood estimation of the linear mixed model
  6. Large-scale candidate gene scan reveals the role of chemoreceptor genes in host plant specialization and speciation in the pea aphid.
  7. Clethodim: evaluation in field experiments for grass-weed control in oilseed rape
  8. Delta 6 Desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent US 8329993 B2)
  9. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent US 8273958 B2)
  10. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent US 8258371 B2)
  11. Semiochemical (Patent US 8221736 B2)
  12. Novel Fatty Acid Desaturases And Elongases And Uses Thereof (Patent EP 2454278 A1)
  13. Novel Fatty Acid Desaturases And Elongases And Uses Thereof (Patent US 2012/0124705 A1)
  14. Novel Fatty Acid Elongation Components And Uses Thereof (Patent US 2012/0084889 A1)
  15. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent EP 1937805 B1)
  16. Elongase And Uses Thereof (Patent US 8119861 B2)
  17. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent US 2012/0017332 A1)
  18. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent US 2012/0011618 A1)
  19. Attraction of Lygus rugulipennis and Adelphocoris lineolatus to synthetic floral odour compounds in field experiments in Hungary (Heteroptera: Miridae)
  20. Agriotes proximus and A. lineatus (Coleoptera: Elateridae): a comparative study on the pheromone composition and cytochrome c oxidase subunit I gene sequence
  21. Field catches of oxythyrea cinctella using visual and olfactory cues
  22. Farming for food and biodiversity
  23. Nitrogen budgets for Boro rice (Oryza sativa L.) fields in Bangladesh
  24. Fungi in century old managed soils could hold key to the development of soil water repellency
  25. The re-emergence of the bed bug as a nuisance pest - implications of resistance to the pyrethroid insecticides
  26. Improving the nutritional quality and health benefits of wheat
  27. Effects of temperature and dairy cattle excreta characteristics on potential ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from housing - A laboratory study
  28. Effects of exogenous abscisic acid and gibberellic acid on pre-maturity alpha-amylase formation in wheat grains
  29. Long term drainage alters plant biodiversity and soil C- and N-storage
  30. Floodplain wetland biota in the Murray-Darling Basin: Water and habitat requirements
  31. Draft genome sequence of the Coccolithovirus Emiliania huxleyi virus 202
  32. Draft genome sequence of four Coccolithoviruses: Emiliania huxleyi Virus EhV-88, EhV-201, EhV-207, and EhV-208
  33. Detection of multi-clustered genes and community structure for the plant pathogenic fungus Fusarium graminearum
  34. The effect of the dose rate of a fungicide on the emergence of resistance
  35. The usefulness of concurrent, alternating, and mixture use of two high-risk fungicides as resistance management strategy
  36. Investigations into the molecular mechanisms responsible for the decline in sensitivity to DMI fungicides in Mycosphaerella graminicola populations
  37. Reduced azole sensitivity in the oilseed rape pathogen Pyrenopziza brassicae
  38. Improved understanding of solute concentration-discharge dynamics through state-of-the-art antecedent moisture content (AMC) monitoring and analysis
  39. Management of grassland systems, and soil and ecosystem services
  40. Biology and host-parasite interactions
  41. Evolution of knock-down resistance to pyrethroids in grain aphids (Sitobion avenae) in the UK
  42. The role of puroindolines in determining grain texture in wheat
  43. Data analysis considerations
  44. Why are long-term experiments important?
  45. Letter to the editors of Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems
  46. Positioning nematology research and development through NIESA (Nematology Initiative for Eastern and Southern Africa)
  47. Restoring diverse grassland: what can be achieved where, and what will it do for us? (Aspects of Applied Biology 115)
  48. Regulation of growth by sugars through the T6P/SnRK1 signalling pathway
  49. Chemical and non-chemical tactics to control plant-parasitic nematodes
  50. Practical plant nematology
  51. Light microscopy and cryo SEM observations on Pochonia chlamydosporia parasitism in root-knot nematodes
  52. Farmer awareness of plant-parasitic nematodes
  53. Taxonomy and systematics
  54. Methodology and symptomatology
  55. Pochonia chlamydosporia: a 'multiple' approach (biology, biotechnology, agribusiness) for development of biological control agents as biopesticides that are beneficial to soil health
  56. Negative effect of early-stage restoration plant species on recruitment of late-stage restoration species
  57. Designing an integrated pest management strategy for pollen beetles in oilseed rape
  58. The use of radars to monitor migration strategies of moths
  59. Pratylenchidae - the lesion nematodes
  60. UK greenhouse gas inventory, 1990 to 2010. Annual report for submission under the Framework Convention on Climate Change
  61. Plant-soil interactions and grassland diversity restoration
  62. Restoring species-rich grassland: principles and techniques
  63. Negative impact of facilitator plant species on floral diversity
  64. Catalog of microRNA seed polymorphisms in vertebrates
  65. Specificity determinants of the silkworm moth sex pheromone
  66. Nutrient management in support of environmental and agricultural sustainability
  67. The velocity of shear waves in unsaturated soil
  68. The effect of compaction and shear deformation of saturated soil on hydraulic conductivity
  69. the 16S rRNA gene of Pasteuria penetrans provides an early diagnostic of infection of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.)
  70. Carbon sequestration in soils - has the concept been over-sold?
  71. Carbon sequestration in soils - has the concept been over-sold?
  72. Unexpected treasures from the Rothamsted experiments: how long term studies continue to give new data and insights for the improvement of food and feed production
  73. Understanding spatial variability of soil properties: a key step in establishing field- to farm-scale agro-ecosystem experiments
  74. High level accumulation of gamma linolenic acid (C18:3delta6.9,12 cis) in transgenic safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) seeds
  75. Overuse of nitrogen: insights from the Chinese experience
  76. A software tool for estimating the capacity of agricultural land in England and Wales for recycling organic materials (ALOWANCE)
  77. Benzoxazinoids in root exudates of maize attract Pseudomonas putida to the rhizosphere
  78. Inoculum levels of Meloidogyne hispanica and M. javanica affect nematode reproduction and growth of tomato genotypes
  79. Biometrical, biochemical and molecular diagnosis of Portuguese Meloidogyne hispanica isolates
  80. Thermal requirements for the embryonic development and life cycle of Meloidogyne hispanica
  81. Evidence for effects of manufactured nanomaterials on crops is inconclusive
  82. Biological carbon assimilation and dynamics in a flooded rice-soil system
  83. Chlorpyrifos ethyl-oxon sensitive and insensitive acetylcholinesterase variants of greenhouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westw.) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) from Turkey
  84. Effect of small lipophilic molecules in tomato and rice root exudates on the behaviour of Meloidogyne incognita and M. graminicola
  85. Interactions between nematodes and their microbial enemies in coastal sand dunes
  86. Development and characterization of a new TILLING population of common bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  87. Can the soil bacterium Cupriavidus necator sense ZnO nanomaterials and aqueous Zn2+ differentially?
  88. Dissolved phosphorus composition of grassland leachates following application of dairy-slurry size fractions
  89. A realistic appraisal of methods to enhance desiccation tolerance of entomopathogenic nematodes
  90. Characterisation of neonicotinoid and pymetrozine resistance in strains of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidiae) from China
  91. Using citizen science to monitor Bombus populations in the UK: nesting ecology and relative abundance in the urban environment
  92. New synthesis: chemical ecology and sustainable food production
  93. How little do we actually know? On the size of gene regulatory networks
  94. Towards and integrated global framework to assess the impacts of land use and management change on soil carbon: current capability and future vision
  95. Indirect routes to reproductive success
  96. Cross talk between microRNA and coding cancer genes
  97. Editorial: Chinese virtual issue
  98. Host status of cultivated plants to Meloidogyne hispanica
  99. Isolation and characterization of Viviparous-1 haplotypes in wheat related species
  100. Spatial prediction of soil organic carbon from data in large and variable spatial supports. II. Mapping temporal change
  101. Spatial prediction of soil organic carbon from data in large and variable spatial supports. I. Inventory and mapping
  102. Suction sampling as a significant source of error in molecular analysis of predator diets
  103. Towards linked open gene mutations data
  104. Optimizing anaerobic digestion by selection of the immobilizing surface for enhanced methane production
  105. Nutrient requirements of Miscanthus x giganteus: conclusions from a review of published studies
  106. High levels of genetic diversity in Salix viminalis of the Czech Republic as revealed by microsatellite markers
  107. Estimating variance components and predicting breeding values for eventing disciplines and grades in sport horses
  108. Elemental imaging at the nanoscale: NanoSIMS and complementary techniques for element localisation in plants
  109. Ratification vote on taxonomic proposals to the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (2012)
  110. Descendants of primed Arabidopsis plants exhibit resistance to biotic stress
  111. The yield response of the energy crops switchgrass and reed canary grass to fertiliser applications when grown on a low productivity sandy soil
  112. Regulatory connections between carbon availability, development and environmental stress responses
  113. Identification and characterisation of resistance to the take-all fungus in wheat. PhD thesis, University of Exeter
  114. Structure, fluctuation and magnitude of a natural grassland soil metagenome
  115. Using biological traits to explain ladybird distribution patterns
  116. Reaction wood - a key cause of variation in cell wall recalcitrance in willow
  117. Metabolic engineering of plant-derived (E)-beta-farnesene synthase genes for a novel type of aphid-resistant genetically modified crop plants
  118. Identification of host kairomones from maize, Zea mays, for the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais
  119. Science under siege
  120. Reinventing the polytechnic?
  121. Effect of temperature and relative humidity on the development and fecundity of Chilo partellus (Swinhoe) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae)
  122. Oviposition induced volatile emissions from African smallholder farmers' maize varieties
  123. Population dynamics of a non-cultivated biennial plant Tragopogon pratensis infected by the autoecious demicyclic rust fungus Puccinia hysterium
  124. Metabolic engineering of the omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthetic pathway into transgenic plants
  125. Enhancing the accumulation of omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana via iterative metabolic engineering and genetic crossing
  126. Incorporating sweeps and ejections into Lagrangian stochastic models of spore trajectories within plant canopy turbulence: modeled contact distributions are heavy-tailed
  127. Gusts within plant canopies are extreme value processes
  128. Estimating the incidence of an epidemic when it is first discovered and the design of early detection monitoring
  129. Herbivory by a phloem-feeding insect inhibits floral volatile production
  130. The effectiveness of dissemination pathways on adoption of 'push-pull' technology in western Kenya
  131. Farmers' perceptions of cotton pests and their management in western Kenya
  132. Semiochemicals from herbivory induced cotton plants enhance the foraging behaviour of the cotton boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis
  133. An improved regulatory sampling method for mapping and representing plant disease from a limited number of samples
  134. The evolution of plant pathogens in response to host resistance: factors affecting the gain from deployment of qualitative and quantitative resistance
  135. Radar tracking and motion-sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of pollinator multi-destination routes over large spatial scales
  136. Farmers' knowledge and perceptions of blister beetles, Hycleus spp. (Coleoptera: Meloidae) as pest herbivores of Desmodium legumes in western Kenya
  137. Comparison of different synthetic baits in field experiments with respect to attractivity to green lacewings (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
  138. InterStoreDB: a generic integration resource for genetic and genomic data
  139. Distinguishing between Levy walks and strong alternative models
  140. Fitness-maximizing foragers can use information about patch quality to decide how to search for and within patches: optimal Levy walk searching patterns from optimal foraging theory
  141. Olfactory search behaviour in the wandering albatross is predicted to give rise to Levy flight movement patterns
  142. Phytochelatins play a key role in arsenic accumulation and tolerance in the aquatic macrophyte Wolffia globosa
  143. Grain and shoot zinc accumulation in winter wheat affected by nitrogen management
  144. Integrated nutrient management as a key contributor to China's low-carbon agriculture
  145. Root respiration of barley in a semiarid Mediterranean agroecosystem: field and modelling approaches
  146. Spatially explicit modelling of changes in soil organic C in agricultural soils in Italy, 2001-2010: potential for compost amendment
  147. Nitrous oxide emissions from vegetables grown in a polytunnel treated with high rates of applied nitrogen fertilizers in Southern China
  148. Sustaining China's agriculture in a changing climate
  149. Molecular weight of dissolved organic carbon, nitrogen and phenolics in grassland soils
  150. Soil organic carbon dynamics in a dryland cereal cropping system of the Loess Plateau under long-term nitrogen fertilizer applications
  151. Commentary: Developing sustainable farming systems by valuing ecosystem services
  152. The effects of compaction and soil drying on penetrometer resistance
  153. Predicting penetrometer resistance from the compression characteristic of soil
  154. Changes in soil organic carbon and climate change - Application of the RothC model in agro-silvo-pastoral Mediterranean systems
  155. Roots, water and nutrient acquisition: let's get physical
  156. The impact of Desmodium spp. and cutting regimes on the agronomic and economic performance of Desmodium- maize intercropping system in western Kenya
  157. Interference in foraging behaviour of European and American house dust mites Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus and Dermatophagoides farinae (Acari: Pyroglyphidae) by catmint, Nepeta cataria (Lamiaceae)
  158. Detection and quantification of airborne inoculum of Pyrenopeziza brassicae in Polish and UK winter oilseed rape crops by real-time PCR assays
  159. Quantitative PCR analysis of abundance of airborne propagules of Leptosphaeria species in air samples from different regions of Poland
  160. Isolation and identification of host cues from mango, Mangifera indica, that attract gravid female oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis
  161. Aphid antixenosis in cotton is activated by the natural plant defence elicitor cis- jasmone
  162. Collection of Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) using CO2 and enantiomers of 1-octen-3-ol in the United Kingdom
  163. Elucidation of the biosynthesis of the di-C- glycosylflavone isoschaftoside, an allelopathic component from Desmodium spp. that inhibits Striga spp. development
  164. Association of neonicotinoid insensitivity with a conserved residue in the loop D binding region of the tick nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
  165. A strong immune response in young adult honeybees masks their increased susceptibility to infection compared to older bees
  166. The effect of the A genome species (Triticum monococcum and Triticum boeoticum) on the fecundity and behaviour of Rhopalosiphum padi - bird cherry-oat aphid
  167. Resistance to diamide insecticides in diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) is associated with a mutation in the membrane-spanning domain of the ryanodine receptor
  168. Activation of defence in sweet pepper, Capiscum annuum, by cis- jasmone, and its impact on aphid and aphid parasitoid behaviour
  169. Time-dependent infectivity and flexible latent and infectious periods in compartmental models of plant disease
  170. Resolving the spatial variability of soil N using fractions of soil organic matter
  171. Use of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) to detect the presence of Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann) larvae in Valencia oranges
  172. Chlorpyrifos resistance is associated with mutation and amplification of the acetylcholinesterase-1 gene in the tomato red spider mite, Tetranychus evansi
  173. Comparative pathogenicity and virulence of Fusarium species on sugar beet
  174. Sex pheromone communication in two sympatric neotropical stink bug species Chinavia ubica and Chinavia impicticornis
  175. Reconstitution of plant alkane biosynthesis in yeast demonstrates that Arabidopsis ECERIFERUM1 and ECERIFERUM3 are core components of a very-long-chain alkane synthesis complex
  176. Feedback regulation of plastidic acetyl-CoA carboxylase by 18:1-acyl carrier protein in Brassica napus
  177. Promoter variation and transcript divergence in Brassicaceae lineages of FLOWERING LOCUST T
  178. Parental genome imbalance in Brassica oleracea causes asymmetric triploid block
  179. Genomic approaches to analysing disease caused by plant pathogenic Mycosphaerella species
  180. Root developmental responses to heterogeneous water and nitrogen supply
  181. A hypomethylated population of Brassica rapa for forward and reverse epi-genetics
  182. New air sampler developed to study plant pathogen spores
  183. Towards cost-effective estimation of soil carbon stocks at the field scale
  184. The World Wheat Book, Volume 2. A History of Wheat Breeding
  185. Odour-mediated orientation behaviour of the lily beetle Lilioceris lilii
  186. Variation in cell wall composition and accessibility in relation to biofuel potential of short rotation coppice willows
  187. Microbial ecological theory: current perspectives
  188. An investigation into the development of monitoring and risk assessment systems for pollen beetles in winter oilseed rape
  189. Opportunities for reducing environmental emissions from forage-based dairy farms
  190. Mutualism: plant-microorganism interactions
  191. Thermochemical characterisation of straws and high yielding perennial grasses
  192. Effect of nitrogen fertiliser application on cell wall composition in switchgrass and reed canary grass
  193. HrpM is involved in glucan biosynthesis, biofilm formation and pathogenicity in Xanthomonas citri ssp. citri
  194. Molecular mechanism for the interaction between gibberellin and brassinosteroid signaling pathways in Arabidopsis
  195. Colour choice behaviour in the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae)
  196. Confidential project report
  197. Preface (to special issue on resource allocation and growth)
  198. Identifying the species of copper that are toxic to plant roots in alkaline nutrient solutions
  199. Flow-field designs of bipolar plates in PEM fuel cells: theory and applications
  200. Predicting soil properties from the Australian soil visible-near infrared spectroscopic database
  201. Could Jurassic Park ever come true?
  202. Statistics in nematology
  203. Analyzing the spatial distribution of PCB concentrations in soils using below-quantification limit data
  204. Target-site resistance to pyrethroids in European populations of pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus F.
  205. Preface - Recycling of organic residues to agriculture: agronomic and environmental impact
  206. Using the NAG library to help analyse the variation in data from the environment
  207. Spatial and temporal prediction of soil properties from legacy data
  208. Visualizing biological data (VIZBI) 2012
  209. To R, or not to R? At the Royal Statistical Society
  210. Molecular phylogenetics using maximum-likelihood
  211. Mathematical and Computational Evolutionary Biology 2012
  212. Evolution: from farm to tree
  213. An overview of fertilizer-P recommendations in Europe: soil testing, calibration and fertilizer recommendations
  214. Repellents inhibit P450 enzymes in Stegomyia (Aedes) aegypti
  215. Improving nutrient use efficiency in crops
  216. Identification of mutations associated with pyrethroid resistance in the voltage-gated sodium channel of the tomato leaf miner (Tuta absoluta)
  217. Contrasting effects of dwarfing alleles and nitrogen availability on mineral concentrations in wheat grain
  218. Three-point appraisal of genetic linkage maps
  219. Characterization of a NADH-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase mutant of Arabidopsis demonstrates the key role of this enzyme in root carbon and nitrogen metabolism
  220. Population dynamics of Anopheles gambiae s.l. in Bobo-Dioulasso city: bionomics, infection rate and susceptibility to insecticides
  221. A single residue change leads to a hydroxylated product from the class II diterpene cyclization catalyzed by abietadiene synthase
  222. BBRO Plant Clinic: what happened in 2012
  223. BBRO herbicide-trials programme
  224. Confidential Final Report
  225. Effectiveness of urease inhibition on the abatement of ammonia, nitrous oxide and nitric acid emissions in a non-irrigated Mediterranean barley field
  226. Natural enemies drive geographic variation in plant defenses
  227. The role of root-released organic acids and anions in phosphorus transformations in a sandy loam soil from Yantai, China
  228. Conservation Letters
  229. Spatial and temporal dynamics of the male effective population size in bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
  230. Generalist predators disrupt parasitoid aphid control by direct and coincidental intraguild predation
  231. Segregation of secondary metabolite biosynthesis in hybrids of Fusarium fujikuroi and Fusarium proliferatum
  232. The impact of agricultural intensification and land-use change on the European arable flora
  233. Comparative spatiotemporal analysis of root aerenchyma formation processes in maize due to sulphate, nitrate or phosphate deprivation
  234. Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from soils amended with digestate derived from anaerobic treatment of food waste
  235. Foraging paths through vegetation patches for beef cattle in semi-natural pastures
  236. Climatic change is advancing the phenology of moth species in Ireland
  237. A novel application of natural fluorescence to understand the sources and transport pathways of pollutants from livestock farming in small headwater catchments
  238. Clethodim: its potential to combat herbicide-resistant Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  239. Knowledge without application is wasted
  240. The benefits of herbicide resistance testing
  241. Quantifying the benefits of spring cropping for control of Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass)
  242. Comparing empirical models for sediment and phosphorus transfer from soils to water at field and catchment scale under data uncertainty
  243. Over-expression of a cytochrome P450 is associated with resistance to pyriproxyfen in the greenhouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum
  244. Resistance to spiromesifen in Trialeurodes vaporariorum is associated with a single amino acid replacement in its target enzyme acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase
  245. Mutations in the sodium channel associated with pyrethroid resistance in the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum
  246. Is the increasing reliance on residual herbicides for Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) control sustainable?
  247. Who's who in the plant root microbiome?
  248. Effects of the proportion and spatial arrangement of un-cropped land on breeding bird abundance in arable rotations
  249. A short history of gibberellin biosynthesis: a very personal perspective
  250. Functions of macronutrients
  251. Sulfate uptake and assimilation - whole plant regulation
  252. Sulfur metabolism in plants
  253. The diversity of nitrogen use efficiency for wheat varieties and the potential for crop improvement
  254. The Rothamsted Insect Survey: old traps, new tricks
  255. Concentrations of free amino acids and sugars in nine potato varieties: effects of storage and relationship with acrylamide formation
  256. New records of Triple-spotted Pug Eupithecia trisignaria H.-S. (Lep.: Geometridae) in Bedfordshire, VC 30
  257. The Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap on Jersey - specimens of note from 2009
  258. First record of the Large Thorn Ennomos autumnaria Werneb. (Lep.: Geometridae) in Leicestershire
  259. Gibberellin biosynthesis inhibitors help control plant height for improving lodging resistance in E. Tef (Eragrostis tef)
  260. Selenium hyperaccumulator plants Stanleya pinnata and Astragalus bisulcatus are colonized by Se-resistant, Se-excluding wasp and beetle seed herbivores
  261. Oikos - Oxford
  262. Advances in the understanding of nutrient dynamics and management in UK agriculture
  263. Effluent quality and ammonia emissions from out-wintering pads in England, Wales and Ireland
  264. Are agronomic practices favouring certain brome species?
  265. Radar aeroecology: exploring the movements of aerial fauna through radio-wave remote sensing
  266. Seasonal migration to high latitudes results in major reproductive benefits in an insect
  267. Identification and sequence analysis of sulfate/selenate transporters in selenium hyper- and non-accumulating Astragalus plant species
  268. Large carabid beetle declines in a United Kingdom monitoring network increases evidence for a widespread loss in insect biodiversity
  269. Effects of local landscape richness on in-field weed metrics across the Great Britain scale
  270. SLO2, a mitochondrial pentatricopeptide repeat protein affecting several RNA editing sites, is required for energy metabolism
  271. Aerobiology and air sampling in plant pathology
  272. Discrete approach for flow field designs of parallel channel configurations in fuel cells
  273. A common signaling process that promotes mycorrhizal and oomycete colonization of plants
  274. A process-based approach to modelling impacts of climate change on the damage niche of an agricultural weed
  275. The effect of N fertilizer forms on nitrous oxide emissions from UK arable land and grassland
  276. The use of Pluronic F-127 to study the development of the potato cyst nematode, Globodera pallida
  277. Ammonia emissions from urea application to permanent pasture on a volcanic soil
  278. Low nitrogen leaching losses following a high rate of dairy slurry and urea application to pasture on a volcanic soil in Southern Chile
  279. Testing Greenfield run-off estimation techniques using high-resolution field observations
  280. Achieving yield gains in wheat
  281. Benchmarking sugar beet yields and growers' performance
  282. Stable carbon isotope analysis of fluvial sediment fluxes over two contrasting C4-C3 semi-arid vegetation transitions
  283. Isolation and characterisation of FcStuA in Fusarium culmorum, causal agent of foot crown rot
  284. Shouldn't enantiomeric purity be included in the minimum information about a bioactive entity? Response from the MIABE group
  285. Mathematical modeling elucidates the role of transcriptional feedback in gibberellin signaling
  286. Estudos avancados para deteccao de genes diferencialmente expressos em trigo infectado por Fusarium graminearum
  287. Influence of organic matter on rheological properties of soil
  288. Remediation of contaminated soils
  289. Biofortification of zinc in wheat grain by the application of sewage sludge
  290. Comparison of a colorimetric and a high-performance liquid chromatography method for the determination of fructan in pasture grasses for horses
  291. Barley stripe mosaic virus- mediated tools for investigating gene function in cereal plants and their pathogens: virus-induced gene silencing, host-mediated gene silencing and virus-mediated overexpression of heterologous protein
  292. Nutrient supply enhanced the increase in intrinsic water-use efficiency of a temperate seminatural grassland in the last century
  293. Warming-induced shift in European mushroom fruiting phenology
  294. Multiple impacts of the plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium Variovorax paradoxus 5C-2 on nutrient and ABA relations of Pisum sativum
  295. Future change of daily precipitation indices in Japan: a stochastic weather generator-based bootstrap approach to provide probabilistic climate information
  296. Day-length effects on protein localisation affect water absorption in barley (Hordeum vulgare) grains
  297. High-throughput NMR authentication of food allergens
  298. Phytopath - A new bioinformatics resource for plant pathogens
  299. Simulation of environmental and genotypic variations of final leaf number and anthesis date for wheat
  300. Scaling up the phosphorus signal from soil hillslopes to headwater catchments
  301. The effect of agricultural land use on the nature and dynamics of subsoil
  302. Genetic and physiological analysis of Rht8 in bread wheat: an alternative source of semi-dwarfism with a reduced sensitivity to brassinosteroids
  303. The characterization of transgenic tomato overexpressing gibberellin 20-oxidase reveals induction of the parthenocarpic fruit growth, higher yield and alteration of the gibberellin biosynthetic pathway
  304. Soil organic matter turnover is governed by accessibility not recalcitrance
  305. Visualization of phytoplasmas using electron microscopy
  306. Abiotic drivers and plant traits explain landscape-scale patterns in soil microbial communities
  307. Leaf-induced gibberellin signaling is essential for internode elongation, cambial activity and fiber differentiation in tobacco stems
  308. Using stable isotopes to differentiate trophic feeding channels within soil food webs
  309. Protozoan pulses unveil their pivotal position within the soil food web
  310. BBRO Summer Open Days and Cereals 2012
  311. IIRB Weed Study Group meeting at the Institute for Sugar Beet Research
  312. A novel monitoring and forecasting system for the integrated management of bean seed beetle (Bruchus rufimanus)
  313. Characterization of the fungal gibberellin desaturase as a 2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenase and its utilization for enhancing plant growth
  314. Labex-Europe in the UK: wheat pathogens and climate change
  315. Defining the predicted protein secretome of the fungal wheat leaf pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  316. A refinement of the predicted secretome for the wheat leaf pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  317. Desnitrificacion de nitrogeno en suelos volcanicos
  318. Testing the distinctness of shoot ionomes of angiosperm families using the Rothamsted Park Grass Continuous Hay Experiment
  319. Unexpected hemiterpenoids in Arabidopsis, revealed by metabolomic fingerprinting, give new insights into C/N metabolic balancing
  320. Unique features of odorant-binding proteins of the parasitoid wasp Nasonia vitripennis revealed by genome annotation and comparative analyses
  321. Spectroscopic analysis of diversity in the spatial distribution of arabinoxylan structures in endosperm cell walls of cereal species in the HEALTHGRAIN diversity collection
  322. Seed storage oil catabolism: a story of give and take
  323. Two-step learning involved in acquiring olfactory preferences for plant volatiles by parasitic wasps
  324. The sex pheromones of mealy plum (Hayalopterus pruni) and leaf-curl plum (Brachycaudus helichrysi) aphids: identification and field trapping of male and gynoparous aphids in prune orchards
  325. Recovering phosphorus from soil: a root solution?
  326. Evolution
  327. Preface to special issue on grain development
  328. Breeding for improved drought tolerance
  329. The role of a pseudo-response regulator gene in life cycle adaptation and domestication of beet
  330. Pseudo half-molecules of the ABC transporter, COMATOSE, bind Pex19 and target to peroxisomes independently but are both required for activity
  331. A new RNASeq-based reference transcriptome for sugar beet and its application in transcriptome-scale analysis of vernalization and gibberellin responses
  332. N and C transformations in stored cattle farmyard manure, including direct estimates of N2 emission
  333. Arsenic and rice
  334. Mobility of arsenic in irrigated rice systems on floodplain soils
  335. Long-term field experiments examining soil and crop quality after sewage sludge applications
  336. Knocking out ACR2 does not affect arsenic redox status in Arabidopsis thaliana: implications for As detoxification and accumulation in plants
  337. Isotope fractionation factors controlling isotopologue signatures of soil-emitted N2O produced by denitrification processes of various rates
  338. Virus-induced gene silencing as a tool to study wheat gene function in the interaction with the pathogenic fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola
  339. A dual porous model to predict the effects of soil structure on denitrification and N2O emission
  340. Phytopath: new pathogen resource launched
  341. The legacy of intensive agriculture: implications for ecosystem service provision from agri-environment schemes
  342. Stable isotopes of Cu and Zn in higher plants: evidence for Cu reduction at the root surface and two conceptual models for isotopic fractionation processes
  343. Pathways and relative contributions to arsenic volatilization from rice plants and paddy soil
  344. Long-term removal of wheat straw decreases soil amorphous silica at Broadbalk winter wheat experiment, Rothamsted
  345. Functional characterizations of chemosensory proteins of the alfalfa plant bug Adelphocoris lineolatus indicate their involvement in host recognition
  346. The compost of olive mill pomace: from a waste to a resource - environmental benefits of its application in olive oil groves
  347. Soil mineral N retention and N2O emissions following combined application of 15N-labelled fertiliser and weed residues
  348. Susceptibility of standard clones and European field populations of the green peach potato aphid, Myzus persicae, and the cotton aphid, Aphis gossypii, (Hemiptera: Aphididae), to the novel anthranilic diamide insecticide cyantraniliprole
  349. Nitric oxide and greenhouse gases emissions following the application of different cattle slurry particle size fractions to soil
  350. A diastereoselective synthesis of (1SR,3SR,7RS)-3-methyl-alpha-himachalene, the sex pheromone of the sandfly, Lutzomyia longipalpis, (Diptera: Psychodidae)
  351. Identification of differentially senescing mutants of wheat and impacts on yield, biomass and nitrogen partitioning
  352. Effects of genotype and environment on the contents of betaine, choline and trigonelline in cereal grains
  353. Nitrous oxide emissions; international (systematic) literature review and meta-analysis
  354. Realising the potential of plant metabolomics
  355. High-throughput NMR assessment of the tertiary structure of food allergens
  356. Carbon sequestration by fruit trees - Chinese apple orchards as an example
  357. Effects of climate change on sugar beet and arable crop diseases in the UK
  358. The Pochonia chlamydosporia serine protease gene vcp1 is subject to regulation by carbon, nitrogen and pH: implications for nematode biocontrol
  359. Parasitism of Meliodogyne incognita eggs from Pochonia chlamydosporia in the presence of plant extracts
  360. Alligator pepper, Aframomum melegueta, and ginger, Zingiber officinale, reduce stored maize infestation by the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais in traditional African granaries
  361. Pests, diseases and weed review 2011
  362. Fungicide strategies for maximising yield potential: lessons from 2011
  363. UK emissions of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide
  364. Exploiting genetic variation to improve wheat composition for the prevention of chronic diseases
  365. Exploiting genetic variation to increase the dietary fibre content of wheat grain and flour
  366. An integrated study of grain development of wheat (cv. Hereward)
  367. Improving wheat protein quality for breadmaking: the role of biotechnology
  368. Developing new types of wheat with enhanced health benefits
  369. Preface to HEALTHGRAIN: exploiting the health benefits of wholegrain cereals (Special issue)
  370. Sugar beet yield in England under an extreme climate change scenario
  371. Impact of low lignin containing brown midrib sorghum mutants to harness biohydrogen production using mixed anaerobic consortia
  372. An integrated approach to crop genetic improvement
  373. Defaecation and urination behaviour in beef cattle grazing semi-natural grassland
  374. Valuing local knowledge as a source of expert data: farmer engagement and the design of decision support systems
  375. Cost-effective sampling strategies for soil management (HGCA Project Report No. 485)
  376. The role of chitin signalling in the wheat - M. graminicola interaction
  377. Improving wheat health benefits through manipulation of starch composition
  378. Denitrification potential in subsoils: a mechanism to reduce nitrate leaching to groundwater
  379. How the sugar beet crop grew in 2011
  380. Seed colour loci, homoeology and linkage groups of the C genome chromosomes revealed in Brassica rapa-B. oleracea monosomic alien addition lines
  381. Recent evolution of Rhynchosporium secalis populations in response to selection by triazoles. PhD thesis, University of Reading
  382. Diversity of nitrogen use efficiency, yield and quality in wheat germplasm
  383. Adapt and overcome
  384. Toward two decades of plant biotechnology: successes, failures and prospects
  385. A multi-technique investigation of copper and zinc distribution, speciation and potential bioavailability in biosolids
  386. Overexpression of the sterol 14α-demethylase gene (MgCYP51) in Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates confers a novel azole fungicide sensitivity phenotype.
  387. Modelling wheat breakage during roller milling using the Double Normalised Kumaraswamy Breakage Function: effects of kernel shape and hardness
  388. Generic issues on broad-scale soil monitoring schemes: a review
  389. Plant basal resistance: genetics, biochemistry and impacts on plant-biotic interactions
  390. Haplotype analysis of Viviparous-1 gene in CIMMYT elite bread wheat germplasm
  391. Analysis of the developmental roles of the Arabidopsis gibberellin 20-oxidases demonstrates that GA20ox1, -2 and -3 are the dominant paralogs
  392. Selection for high grain number per unit stem length through four generations from mutants in a durum wheat population to increase yields of individual plants and crops
  393. New technologies, tools and approaches for improving crop breeding
  394. Gibberellin biosynthesis and its regulation
  395. Engineering gibberellin metabolism in Solanum nigrum L. by ectopic expression of gibberellin oxidase genes
  396. Population genetics of Tuberolachnus salignus, an obligate parthenogenetic aphid
  397. What's in a name?
  398. Science diplomacy and the taxi test
  399. Goodbye and hello
  400. Shortcomings in wheat yield predictions
  401. The advanced soil geochemical atlas of England and Wales
  402. Aspects of insect chemical ecology: exploitation of reception and detection as tools for deception of pests and beneficial insects
  403. Chromosomal evolutionary processes in filamentous fungi: macrosynteny and mesosynteny in basidiomycetes and concatenated ascomycete genomes
  404. The effect of piperonyl butoxide/tau-fluvalinate mixture on pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus) and honey bees (Apis mellifera)
  405. Pochonia chlamydosporia: biological, ecological and physiological aspects in the host-parasite relationship of a biological control agent of nematodes
  406. The role of chitin signalling in the wheat - M. graminicola interaction
  407. Is there room for winter beet in UK rotations?
  408. Exploring the early symptomless phase of Fusarium graminearum infection of wheat ears
  409. Controlling annual weeds in cereals by deploying crop rotation at the landscape scale: Avena sterilis as an example
  410. Insecticide resistance in the aphid Myzus persicae
  411. Functional characterisation of Cytochrome P450 genes from the wheat leaf pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola
  412. The top 10 fungal pathogens in molecular plant pathology
  413. The 26th Fungal Genetics Conference, Asilomar, USA, 15th-20th March 2011
  414. Effects of R gene-mediated resistance in Brassica napus (oilseed rape) on asexual and sexual sporulation of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot)
  415. Comparative biology of different plant pathogens to estimate effects of climate change on crop diseases in Europe
  416. Trafficking and deposition of prolamins in wheat
  417. Opportunities to improve genetic wheat yield potential
  418. The velvet gene, FgVe1, affects fungal development and positively regulates trichothecene biosynthesis and pathogenicity in Fusarium graminearum
  419. Seasonal abundance of Maiestas banda (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae), a vector of phytoplasma, and other leafhoppers and planthoppers (Hemiptera: Delphacidae) associated with Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum) in Kenya
  420. A comparison of GHG emissions from UK field crop production under selected arable systems with reference to disease control
  421. The predicted secretome of the plant pathogenic fungus Fusarium graminearum: a refined comparative analysis
  422. Crystal structure of Sol i 2: a major allergen from fire ant venom
  423. Putting the brakes on a cycle: bottom-up effects damp cycle amplitude
  424. The trait and host plant ecology of aphids and their distribution and abundance in the United Kingdom
  425. Study of Miscanthus x giganteus ash composition - variation with agronomy and assessment method
  426. Mesocosm experiments to assess the transmission of Pandora neoaphidis within simple and mixed field margins and over the crop-margin interface
  427. Genomic resources for the brown planthopper. Nilaparvata lugens: transcriptome pyrosequencing and microarray design
  428. 2-Carboxy-D-arabinitol 1-phosphate (CA1P) phosphatase: evidence for a wider role in plant Rubisco regulation
  429. Heterologous expression of the yeast arsenite efflux system ACR3 improves Arabidopsis thaliana tolerance to arsenic stress
  430. Carbon dynamics in a 60 year fallowed loamy-sand soil compared to that in a 60 year permanent arable or permanent grassland UK soil
  431. Trehalose 6-phosphate is required for the onset of leaf senescence associated with high carbon availability
  432. The S-poor prolamins of wheat, barley and rye: revisited
  433. A novel function for a redox-related LEA protein (SAG21/AtLEA5) in root development and biotic stress responses
  434. Distribution of calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg) in the leaves of Brassica rapa under varying exogenous Ca and Mg supply
  435. Localisation of iron in wheat grain using high resolution secondary ion mass spectrometry
  436. Tissue preparation using Arabidopsis
  437. Varieties of the future: identification of 'broad spectrum' genetic resistance in sugar beet
  438. Long-term removal of wheat straw decreases soil amorphous silica at Broadbalk, Rothamsted
  439. An assessment of a new model of dynamic fragmentation of soil with test data
  440. Assigning Brassica microsatellite markers to the nine C-genome chromosomes using Brassica rapa var. tricularis-B.oleracea var. alboglabra monosomic alien addition lines
  441. Impacts of nitrogen application rates on the activity and diversity of denitrifying bacteria in the Broadbalk Wheat Experiment
  442. Combined NMR and flow injection ESI-MS for Brassicaceae metabolomics
  443. Gauging triple stores with actual biological data
  444. Confidential report to Syngenta, January 2012
  445. Next-generation systemic acquired resistance
  446. Genetic basis of control of Rynchosporium secalis infection and symptom expression in barley
  447. ELPIS-JP: a dataset of local-scale daily climate change scenarios for Japan
  448. Floral climatic and soil pH controls on leaf ash content in China's terrestrial plants
  449. The acrylamide problem: a plant and agronomic science issue
  450. Risk assessment studies on succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors, the new weapons in the battle to control Septoria leaf blotch in wheat
  451. Semantic Web applications and tools for the life sciences: SWAT4LS 2010
  452. Selenium speciation in soil extracts using LC-ICP-MS
  453. In vitro screening for putative psoriasis-specific antigens among wheat proteins and peptides
  454. The role of delta6-desaturase acyl-carrier specificity in the efficient synthesis of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic plants
  455. Truncated Levy walks are expected beyond the scale of data collection when correlated random walks embody observed movement patterns
  456. Development and validation of a Lagrangian probability density function model of horizontally-homogeneous turbulence within and above plant canopies
  457. Cell walls of developing wheat starchy endosperm: comparison of composition and RNA-Seq transcriptome
  458. Pasteuria endospores from Heterodera cajani (Nematoda: Heteroderidae) exhibit inverted attachment and altered germination in cross-infection studies with Globodera pallida (Nematoda: Heteroderidae)
  459. Expression of chemosensory proteins in the tsetse fly Glossina morsitans morsitans is related to female host-seeking behaviour
  460. Investigating the potential of selected natural compounds to increase the potency of pyrethrum against houseflies Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae)
  461. Entomopathogenic fungi stimulate transgenerational wing induction in pea aphids, Acyrthosiphon pisum (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  462. GM as a route for delivery of sustainable crop protection
  463. Effect of long-term equilibration on the toxicity of molybdenum to soil organisms
  464. Evolutionary relationships and functional diversity of plant sulfate transporters
  465. A dual-targeted purple acid phosphatase in Arabidopsis thaliana moderates carbon metabolism and its overexpression leads to faster plant growth and higher seed yield
  466. The potential to increase soil carbon stocks through reduced tillage or organic material additions in England and Wales: a case study
  467. Obituary: David Stewart Jenkinson FRS: 25th February 1928-16th February 2011
  468. Variation in grain arsenic assessed in a diverse panel of rice (Oryza sativa) grown in multiple sites
  469. Methylated arsenic species in plants originate from soil microorganisms
  470. Tracing the flow-driven vertical transport of livestock-derived organic matter through soil using biomarkers
  471. Resistance to azole fungicides in Mycosphaerella graminicola: mechanisms and management
  472. Trophic links between functional groups of arable plants and beetles are stable at national scale
  473. Glycosyl transferases in family 61 mediate arabinofuranosyl transfer onto xylan in grasses
  474. Arsenic translocation in rice investigated using radioactive 73As tracer
  475. (E) -beta-Farnesene synthase genes affect aphid (Myzus persicae) infestation in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum)
  476. GM wheat development in China: current status and challenges to commercialization
  477. Impacts of changing climate and agronomic factors on fusarium ear blight of wheat in the UK
  478. Modelling nitrous oxide emissions from grazed grassland systems
  479. Spatial multivariate classification of an arable field into compact management zones based on past crop yields
  480. The induction of mycotoxins by trichothecene producing Fusarium species
  481. Mapping soil Pb stocks and availability in mainland France combining regression trees with robust geostatistics
  482. Disaggregation of legacy soil data using area to point kriging for mapping soil organic carbon at the regional scale
  483. Genetically modified crops, 2nd ed
  484. A genomic network to monitor Earth
  485. Evidence that abscisic acid promotes degradation of SNF1-related protein kinase (SnRK) 1 in wheat and activation of a putative calcium-dependent SnRK2
  486. Overexpression of GCN2-type protein kinase in wheat has profound effects on free amino acid concentration and gene expression
  487. Order Tymovirales
  488. Genus Polemovirus
  489. Family Alphaflexiviridae
  490. Family Betaflexiviridae
  491. Family Gammaflexiviridae
  492. Family Virgaviridae
  493. Family Potyviridae
  494. Virus taxonomy: classification and nomenclature of viruses. Ninth report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses
  495. Beneficial elements
  496. Function of nutrients: micronutrients
  497. Effects of take-all (Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici) on crop N uptake and residual mineral N in soil at harvest of winter wheat