2013

  1. A Comparative Study of Iron and Zinc Concentration, Localization, Speciation and Bioavailability in Two Wheat Cultivars
  2. Effect of replacing grass silage with red clover silage on ruminal lipid metabolism in lactating cows fed diets containing a 60:40 forage-to-concentrate ratio
  3. Potential of chlorophyll-rich feed ingredients to improve detection of fecal contamination in the abattoir
  4. Genotyping by RAD sequencing enables mapping of fatty acid composition traits in perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne (L.))
  5. Comparison of ryegrass and red clover on the fermentation pattern, microbial community and efficiency of diet utilisation in the rumen simulation technique (Rusitec)
  6. The use of a plant extract to improve detection of faecal contamination in the abattoir
  7. Oxidation of ortho‐diphenols in red clover with and without polyphenol oxidase (PPO) activity and their role in PPO activation and inactivation
  8. Fatty acid oxidation products (‘green odour’) released from perennial ryegrass following biotic and abiotic stress, potentially have antimicrobial properties against the rumen microbiota resulting in decreased biohydrogenation
  9. Characterization of polyphenol oxidase activity in a range of forage ecotypes with different phenol substrates. A new insight for PPO and protein‐bound phenol evaluation
  10. Multi-generational long-distance migration of insects: studying the painted lady butterfly in the Western Palaearctic
  11. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2669380 A1)
  12. Production Of Omega-3 Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent CA 2869738 A1)
  13. Production Of Omega-3 Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent WO 2013/153404 A1)
  14. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2376638 B1)
  15. New Elongase Gene And Production Of.delta. 9-polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent CA 2442010 C)
  16. Delta 6-desaturases From Primulaceae, Expressing Plants And Pufa-containing Oils (Patent CA 2476041 C)
  17. Acyltransferases And Uses Therof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent EP 2585603 A1)
  18. Acyltransferases And Uses Thereof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent US 2013/0097733 A1)
  19. Food chemistry : A Kazakhstan perspective on the Maillard reaction and acrylamide formation in common foods
  20. Detection, Occurrence, and Survey of Rice Stripe and Black-Streaked Dwarf Diseases in Zhejiang Province, China
  21. Bee balanced [Letter]
  22. Optimized multi-phase sampling for soil remediation surveys
  23. Future prospects
  24. The economics of precision agriculture
  25. Isolation, characterization, and expression of the Ricesd-1 (GA20ox) Gene Ortholog in Eragrostis tef
  26. Identity of Schizaphis species (Hemiptera Aphididae) in the United Kingdom are they a threat to crops?
  27. Effect of nitrogen supply form on the invasion of rice roots by the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne graminicola
  28. Functional inferences of environmental coccolithovirus biodiversity
  29. Precision agriculture for sustainability and environmental protection
  30. Bacterial endophytes in wheat (Triticum aestivum): isolation, characterisation and bio-prospecting
  31. Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) for screening condensed tannins in a willow germplasm collection
  32. Detection and quantification of airborne ascospores of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum by quantitative-PCR
  33. The role of trehalose metabolism in chloroplast development and leaf senescence
  34. The Insect Pollinators Initiative
  35. Trehalose, a sugar for all seasons
  36. Movement patterns of Tenebrio beetles demonstrate empirically that correlated-random-walks have similitude with a Levy walk
  37. Optimal fungicide application timings for disease control are also an effective anti-resistance strategy: a case study for Zymoseptoria tritici (Mycosphaerella graminicola) on wheat
  38. Global Research Alliance Modelling Platform (GRAMP): an open web platform for modelling greenhouse gas emissions from terrestrial ecosystems
  39. Using SPACSYS to analyse the interaction between plant and environment in a systems approach
  40. New developments in identification and quantification of airborne inoculum
  41. Detecting airborne inoculum to forecast oilseed rape diseases
  42. The sugar beet genome sequence - new traits and elite varieties
  43. Modelling the path to better soil applied pesticides
  44. Effects of variety and nutrient availability on the acrylamide forming potential of rye
  45. Activity of enzymes associated with asparagine synthesis and breakdown in wheat under biotic and abiotic stress conditions
  46. Producing low acrylamide risk potatoes: a three-year public/private sector collaborative project in the United Kingdom, focussed on genetics, agronomy and storage
  47. Acrylamide, furans and other food-borne contaminants, from plant science to food chemistry
  48. Acrylamide and flavour in potato crisps
  49. Advances in reduction of acrylamide-forming potential in wheat
  50. Metabolomics reveals hemiterpenoids as new players in the carbon-nitrogen economy
  51. Characterization of the Anopheles funestus group, including Anopheles funestus-like, from Northern Malawi
  52. Identification and functional characterization of genes encoding omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthetic activities from unicellular microalgae
  53. Accounting for economic risk caused by variation in disease severity in fungicide dose decisions, exemplified for Mycosphaerella graminicola on winter wheat
  54. Pan genome of the phytoplankton Emiliania underpins its global distribution
  55. Differences in the fly-load of Haematobia irritans (Diptera: Muscidae) on cattle is modified by endophyte infection of pastures
  56. Systemic defense priming by Pseudomonas putida KT2440 in maize depends on benzoxazinoid exudation from the roots
  57. Permutation tests for analyzing cospeciation in multiple phylogenies: applications in tri-trophic ecology
  58. Employing a Monte Carlo algorithm in Newton-type methods for restricted maximum likelihood estimation of genetic parameters
  59. The usefulness of fungicide mixtures and alternation for delaying the selection for resistance in populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola on winter wheat: a modeling analysis
  60. Standard methods for virus research in Apis mellifera
  61. Detection of resistance, cross-resistance and stability of resistance to new chemistry insecticides in Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  62. How rapid is aphid-induced signal transfer between plants via common mycelial networks?
  63. Recently agreed changes to the International Code of Virus Classification and Nomenclature
  64. Metabolite transporters of the plant peroxisomal membrane: known and unknown
  65. CPY51 paralogues and azole sensitivity in Rhynchosporium commune
  66. Mapping the adaptive landscape of Mycosphaerella graminicola CYP51 under selection by azole fungicides
  67. Oil production in the extreme
  68. Arable crop disease control, climate change and food security
  69. Constraints on the evolution of azole resistance in plant pathogenic fungi
  70. R gene-mediated resistance in Brassica napus that limits asexual sporulation but allows sexual sporulation by Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot)
  71. Gene amplification and microsatellite polymorphism underlie a recent insect host shift
  72. Can invasions occur without change? A comparison of G-matrices and selection in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  73. Responses of herbivore and predatory mites to tomato plants exposed to jasmonic acid seed treatment
  74. Replacing the large subunit of Rubisco
  75. Optimizing RuBP regeneration to increase photosynthetic capacity
  76. An enhanced software tool to support better use of manure nutrients: MANNER- NPK
  77. Investigating the origin and transport of methylated arsenic species in plants
  78. Utilising virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) to dissect cereal plant-fungal interactions
  79. BSMV-VOX: a virus mediated transient expression tool that enables functional characterisation of small heterologous proteins in planta
  80. Identification and characterisation of effectors from barley pathogen Rhynchosporium commune
  81. Characterisation of effectors from barley pathogen Rhynchosporium commune
  82. Phenotypic selection for photosynthetic capacity and efficiency
  83. Investigation of metabolic processes involved in the infection of wheat by Mycosphaerella graminicola
  84. Improving the thermal stability of Rubisco activase
  85. Identification and exploitation of effectors from barley fungal pathogen Rhynchosporium commune
  86. The semiochemistry of aphids
  87. Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees
  88. Increasing photosynthetic capacity and efficiency of wheat
  89. The state of Britain's larger moths 2013
  90. Hydroxamic acids in Aegilops species and effects on Rhopalosiphum padi behaviour and fecundity
  91. Molecular identification and characterization of the Orco orthologue of Spodoptera litura
  92. Drought and root herbivory interact to alter the response of above-ground parasitoids to aphid infested plants and associated plant volatile signals
  93. The preferential binding of a sensory organ specific odorant binding protein of the alfalfa plant bug Adelphocoris lineolatus AlinOBP10 to biologically active host plant volatiles
  94. Designing high-yielding wheat ideotypes for a changing climate
  95. Effective leadership in animal groups where no individual has pertinent information about resource locations: how interactions between leaders and followers can result in Levy walk movement patterns
  96. Are Levy flight patterns derived from the Weber-Fechner law in distance estimation?
  97. Selection pressures give composite correlated random walks Levy walk characteristics
  98. Food security: intensification of agriculture is essential, for which current tools must be defended and new sustainable technologies invented
  99. The ontogeny of bumblebee flight trajectories: from naive explorers to experienced foragers
  100. Monitoring field susceptibility to imidacloprid in the cat flea: a world-first initiative twelve years on
  101. Identification and expression profile analysis of odorant-binding protein genes in Apolygus lucorum (Hemiptera: Miridae)
  102. Isolation and characterization of ERECTA genes and their expression patterns in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  103. Identification of genes expressed in the sex pheromone gland of the black cutworm Agrotis ipsilon with putative roles in sex pheromone biosynthesis and transport
  104. Epidemiology of plum pox 'D' strain in Canada and the USA
  105. An amino acid substitution (L925V) associated with resistance to pyrethroids in Varroa destructor
  106. Potential impact of a changing climate on Phoma stem canker and light leaf spot of oilseed rape in the UK
  107. Effects of a winter or spring sowing date on soil nitrogen utilisation and yield of barley following a forage crop of red clover, lucerne or hybrid ryegrass
  108. Free and intra-aggregate organic matter as indicators of soil quality change in volcanic soils under contrasting crop rotations
  109. Automated detection of airborne plant pathogen spores
  110. Precision pathology: the technological options
  111. DNA analysis for plant pathogen detection in air samples
  112. Effecto de extractos vegetales en crudo en el parasitismo de Pochonia chlamydosporia var. chlamydosporia sobre Meloidogyne incognita
  113. What have plants done for us?
  114. The beauty of public engagement
  115. The biochemistry of bad behaviour
  116. Effect of root nitrogen supply forms on attraction and repulsion of second-stage juveniles of Meloidogyne graminicola
  117. Identification and molecular characterisation of new Mexican isolates of Pochonia chlamydosporia for the management of Meliodogyne spp
  118. Effect in vitro of tomato root diffusate on Pochonia chlamydosporia growth and Meloidogyne incognita egg parasitism
  119. Top 10 plant-parasitic nematodes in molecular plant pathology
  120. The North Wyke Farm Platform: a new UK national capability for research into sustainability of agricultural temperate grassland management
  121. The North Wyke Farm Platform - a new National Capability for investigating sustainable intensification of livestock production
  122. Critical soil phosphate levels for cereal and oilseed rape crop rotations
  123. Resistance patterns in Alopecurus myosuroides (Black-grass) - results of a ring test initiated by NORBARAG
  124. Ammonia volatilization following dairy slurry application to a permanent grassland on a volcanic soil
  125. Current status of soils and responsiveness of wheat to micronutrient applications (HGCA Project Report No. 518)
  126. Resistance to ALS inhibiting herbicides in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides): what can be learnt from the last 10 years
  127. The Rothamsted Insect Survey: gold standard aphid monitoring
  128. North Wyke Farm Platform: methodologies used in the remote sensing of the quantity and quality of drainage water
  129. Environmental perturbations explain the co-existence of functionally equivalent species on the Broadbalk long term fertiliser experiment
  130. Hazelnut allergy in outpatient clinics across twelve European countries (EuroPrevall study)
  131. Comparative transcriptome analysis of single and double mutants of GPA1 and GCR1 reveals their combinatorial genomewide roles in G-protein signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana
  132. Mycorrhiza-induced resistance: more than the sum of its parts?
  133. Population metrics for migrating aphids
  134. Identifying the traits in cereals that confer greater suppressive ability against Alopecurus myosuroides (Huds.)
  135. Spatial analysis of gilgai patterns
  136. Ecography
  137. Microbial biomass phosphorus contributions to phosphorus solubility in riparian vegetated buffer strip soils
  138. Biocontrol of stem-base infection by mycotoxin-producing Fusarium species by Fusarium equiseti and other fungal antagonists
  139. Responses of high-yielding wheat to micronutrient applications
  140. A novel framework for linking functional diversity of plants with other trophic levels for the quantification of ecosystem services
  141. The role of sensitivity to abscisic acid and gibberellin in pre-maturity alpha-amylase formation in wheat grains
  142. Characteristics and drivers of high-altitude ladybird flight: insights from vertical-looking entomological radar
  143. Identification and characterisation of effectors from barley pathogen Rhynchosporium commune
  144. Agrochemical characterization, net N mineralization, and potential N leaching of composted olive-mill pomace currently produced in southern Spain
  145. Simultaneous real-time PCR detection of Fusarium asiaticum, F. ussurianum and F. vorosii, representing the Asian clade of the F. graminearum species complex
  146. Uncertainty in simulating wheat yields under climate change
  147. Spatial heterogeneity of tectonic features in the area between Qatar-Kazerun and the Minab faults, the southeast of the Zagros fold-and-thrust belt, Iran
  148. SYield - a risk alert system for Sclerotinia in oilseed rape
  149. Food web-based simulation for agroecology
  150. Sustainability of UK-grown wheat for breadmaking (HGCA Project Report No. 521)
  151. A comparison of two colorimetric assays, based upon Lowry and Bradford techniques, to estimate total protein in soil extracts
  152. The design and analysis of long-term rotation experiments
  153. Opportunities for reducing environmental emissions from forage-based dairy farms
  154. Literature review: non-IgE-mediated immune adverse reactions to foods. EFSA supporting publication 2013:EN-527
  155. Literature review: in vitro digestibility tests for allergenicity assessment. EFSA supporting publication 2013:EN-529
  156. Rational management decisions from uncertain spatial data
  157. Effect of slurry and ammonium nitrate application on greenhouse gas fluxes of a grassland soil under atypical South West England weather conditions
  158. Ethylene promotes germination of Arabidopsis seed under salinity by decreasing reactive oxygen species: Evidence for the involvement of nitric oxide simulated by sodium nitroprusside
  159. Reviewing models of land availability and dynamics for biofuel crops in the United States and the European Union
  160. How do roots elongate in a structured soil?
  161. Prospects of doubling global wheat yields
  162. Plant functioning in a changing global and polluted environment
  163. The involvement of gibberellin signalling in the effect of soil resistance to root penetration on leaf elongation and tiller number in wheat
  164. Measurement of the matric potential of soil water in the rhizosphere
  165. Analysis of gibberellins as free acids by ultra performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry
  166. Merits of random forests emerge in evaluation of chemometric classifiers by external validation
  167. Final report: Contract no NP/EFSA/PLH/2013/01-CTI
  168. Regulation of growth by the trehalose pathway: relation to temperature and sucrose
  169. Biomarkers of novel ecosystem development in boreal forest soils
  170. Investigation of photosynthate-C allocation 27 days after 13C-pulse labeling of Zea mays L. at different growth stages
  171. bZIP67 regulates the omega-3 fatty acid content of Arabidopsis seed oil by activating FATTY ACID DESATURASE3
  172. Understanding arsenic bioavailability to rice grown in flooded fields
  173. Assessing the contributions of lateral roots to element uptake in rice using an auxin-related lateral root mutant
  174. Modeling long-term yield trends of Miscanthus x giganteus using experimental data from across Europe
  175. Microbial biomass P dynamics and sequential P fractionation in high and low P fixing Kenyan soils
  176. Evolutionary relationships between Rhynchosporium lolii sp. nov. and other Rhynchosporium species on grasses
  177. Modulation and manipulation of plant defences by Mycosphaerella graminicola during wheat infection
  178. Effects of monitoring position and time of day on pollen beetle numbers in crops of oilseed rape
  179. Comparing the performance of two decision-support systems for management of pollen beetles in oilseed rape in the UK
  180. Modelling root-soil interactions using three-dimensional models of root growth, architecture and function
  181. Adaptation to acidic soil is achieved by increased numbers of cis-acting elements regulating ALMT1 expression in Holcus lanatus
  182. Expression analysis of abscisic acid (ABA) and metabolic signalling factors in developing endosperm and embryo of barley
  183. Determination of the gas diffusion coefficient of a peat grassland soil
  184. Does wheat make us fat and sick?
  185. New technologies reduce greenhouse gas emissions from nitrogenous fertilizer in China
  186. Transcriptome profiling of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci reveals stage-specific gene expression signatures for thiamethoxam resistance
  187. Sustainable agriculture and greenhouse gas emissions
  188. Review of the strategies for the comprehensive food and feed safety and nutritional assessment of GM plants per se. EFSA supporting publication 2013: EN-480
  189. Acrylamide concentrations in potato crisps in Europe from 2002 to 2011
  190. Effects of a urease inhibitor and aluminium chloride alone or combined with a nitrification inhibitor on gaseous N emissions following soil application of cattle urine
  191. Abnormal glycosphingolipid mannosylation triggers salicylic acid-mediated responses in Arabidopsis
  192. Wavelet analysis of the variability of nitrous oxide emissions from soil at decameter to kilometer scales
  193. Plant sphingolipids: function follows form
  194. The challenges and implications of linking wetland science to policy in agricultural landscapes - experience from the UK National Ecosystem Assessment
  195. A long term genotypic analysis of Scottish peach-potato aphids: what has happened to the Braveheart clone?
  196. A review of the effects of crop agronomy on the management of Alopecurus myosuroides
  197. RNA interference suppression of genes in glycosyl transferase families 43 and 47 in wheat starchy endosperm causes large decreases in arabinoxylan content
  198. Bioenergy production by anaerobic digestion: using agricultural biomass and organic wastes
  199. Prevalence and infection intensity of sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) host is reduced by the non-host compound 2-aminoacetophenone
  200. Identification and expression profiling of odorant binding proteins and chemosensory proteins between two wingless morphs and a winged morph of the cotton aphid Aphis gossypii Glover
  201. The influence of harvest and storage on the properties of and fast pyrolysis products from Miscanthus giganteus
  202. Do asexual morphs of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae, utilise the aphid sex pheromone? Behavioural and electrophysiological responses of M. persicae virginoparae to (4aS,7S,7aR)-nepetalactone and its effect on aphid performance
  203. What do we need to know to enhance the environmental sustainability of agricultural production? A prioritisation of knowledge needs for the UK food system
  204. Detection and molecular characterisation of Pyrenopeziza brassicae isolates resistant to methyl benzimidazole carbamates
  205. Potential mineralization and nitrification in volcanic grassland soils in Chile
  206. Identification and exploitation of effectors from barley fungal pathogen Rhynchosporium commune
  207. Variation in arsenic methylation in soils and rice plants
  208. Arsenic methylation in soils and its relationship with microbial arsM abundance and diversity, and as speciation in rice
  209. Identifying potential RNAi targets in grain aphid (Sitobion avenae F.) based on transcriptome profiling of its alimentary canal after feeding on wheat plants
  210. Differential expression patterns in chemosensory and non-chemosensory tissues of putative chemosensory genes identified by transcriptome analysis of insect pest the purple stem borer Sesamia inferens (Walker)
  211. MS-desi, a desiccation-related protein in the floral nectar of the evergreen velvet bean (Mucuna sempervirens Hemsl): molecular identification and characterization
  212. Soil mechanical resistance and root growth and function
  213. Specific involvement of two amino acid residues in cis -nerolidol binding to odorant-binding protein 5 AlinOBP5 in the alfalfa plant bug, Adelphocoris lineolatus (Goeze)
  214. Identification and characterization of pheromone receptors and interplay between receptors and pheromone binding proteins in the diamondback moth, Plutella xyllostella
  215. Investigating the beneficial traits of Trichoderma hamatum GD12 for sustainable agriculture - insights from genomics
  216. Validation of ELPIS 1980-2010 baseline scenarios using the observed European Climate Assessment data set
  217. Variation in rice cadmium related to human exposure
  218. Fluctuations in method-of-moments variograms caused by clustered sampling and their elimination by declustering and residual maximum likelihood estimation
  219. One step ahead? The evolution of fungicide resistance in Septoria leaf blotch of wheat
  220. Risk assessment on the impact of environmental usage of triazoles on the development and spread of resistance to medical triazoles in Aspergillus species (ECDC Technical Report)
  221. CYP51 paralogues and azole sensitivity in Rhynchosporium commune
  222. Estimating penetrometer resistance and matric potential from the velocities of shear and compression waves
  223. Evolution and spread of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates overexpressing CYP51 or carrying different CYP51 variants in response to azole fungicide applications
  224. Update on the evolution and selection for azole and Succinate DeHydrogenase Inhibitor (SDHI) fungicide insensitivity in UK Mycosphaerella graminicola populations
  225. Detection of azole insensitive CYP51 over-expressing strains of Mycosphaerella graminicola using loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assays
  226. Genus-specific CYP51C of Fusarium graminearum identified as a novel CYP51 rather than azole fungicide target sterol 14alpha-demethylases
  227. 13C-flux spectral analysis of host-pathogen metabolism reveals a mixed diet for intracellular Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  228. Towards a systems approach for understanding honeybee decline: a stocktaking and synthesis of existing models
  229. Ratification vote on taxonomic proposals to the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (2013)
  230. How do environmental factors and different fertilizer strategies affect soil CO2 emission and carbon sequestration in the upland soils of southern China?
  231. Crown and root biomass equations for the small trees of Pinus koraiensis under canopy
  232. Selection pressure and founder effects constrain genetic variation in differentiated populations of soilborne bymovirus Wheat yellow mosiac virus (Potyviridae) in China
  233. Effects of nitrogen and sulfur fertilization on free amino acids, sugars and acrylamide-forming potential in potato
  234. Identification and characterisation of resistance to take-all fungus in wheat (HGCA Student Report No. 31)
  235. Utilising virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) to dissect plant defence signalling and the underlying plant defence mechanisms in wheat and barley
  236. Genomic clustering and co-regulation of transcriptional networks in the pathogenic fungus Fusarium graminearum
  237. The SUGAR-DEPENDENT1 lipase limits triacyglycerol accumulation in vegetative tissues of Arabidopsis
  238. BSMV-VOX: a virus mediated transient expression tool that enables the functional characterisation of small heterologous proteins in planta
  239. Culture-independent molecular approaches to microbial ecology in soil and rhizosphere
  240. Do root exudates exert more influence on rhizosphere bacterial community structure than other rhizodeposits?
  241. The significance of midsummer movements of Autographa gamma: implications for a mechanistic understanding of orientation behavior in a migrant moth
  242. Evolution of fungicide resistance in the oilseed rape pathogens Leptosphaeria species and Pyrenopeziza brassicae
  243. The regulatory properties of Rubisco activase differ among species and affect photosynthetic induction during light transitions
  244. Towards an improved inventory of N2O from agriculture: model evaluation of N2O emission factors and N fraction leached from different sources in UK agriculture
  245. Methylated arsenic species in rice: geographical variation, origin and uptake mechanisms
  246. Ca. Nitrososphaera and Bradyrhizobium are inversely correlated and related to agricultural practices in long-term field experiments
  247. Tracking bed bugs (Cimex lectularius:) a study of the effect of physiological and extrinsic factors on the response to bed bug-derived volatiles
  248. Using Arabidopsis to study shoot branching in biomass willow
  249. Molecular genetics and genomic approaches to explore Fusarium infection of wheat floral tissue
  250. The role of semiochemicals in short-range location of aggregation sites in Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)
  251. Aedes aegypti mosquitoes exhibit decreased repellency by DEET following previous exposure
  252. Involvement of Arabidopsis ACYL-COENZYME A DESATURASE-LIKE2 (At2g31360) in the biosynthesis of the very-long-chain monounsaturated fatty acid components of membrane lipids
  253. Ribosomal DNA analyses reveal greater sequence variation in Polymyxa species than previously thought and indicate the possibility of new ribotype-host-virus associations
  254. Non-invasive characterization of pore-related and elastic properties of soils in linear Biot-Stoll theory using acoustic-to-seismic coupling
  255. Reconstitution of EPA and DHA biosynthesis in Arabidopsis: iterative metabolic engineering for the synthesis of n-3 LC-PUFAs in transgenic plants
  256. Evidence for presence of the founder Ia mtDNA haplotype of Phytophthora infestans in 19th century potato tubers from the Rothamsted archives
  257. A simple iterative model accurately captures complex trapline formation by bumblebees across spatial scales and flower arrangements
  258. Beating the odds in the aerial lottery: passive dispersers select conditions at takeoff that maximize their expected fitness on landing
  259. Nitrous oxide mitigation in UK agriculture
  260. Changes in ecosystem structure, function and hydrological connectivity control water, soil and carbon losses in semi-arid grass to woody vegetation transitions
  261. Development of a high-throughput real-time PCR assay for the detection of the R81T mutation in the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor of neonicotinoid-resistant Myzus persicae
  262. Plant-available soil phosphorus. Part I: the response of winter wheat and spring barley to Olsen P on a silty clay loam
  263. The interactions between piperonyl butoxide and E4, a resistance-associated esterase from the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae Sulzer (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  264. The Arabidopsis cer26 mutant, like the cer2 mutant, is specifically affected in the very long chain fatty acid elongation process
  265. Prothioconazole and prothioconazole-desthio activities against Candida albicans sterol 14-alpha-demethylase
  266. Using geostatistics to analyze prediction errors from a simulation model of sediment particle sizes across Tokyo Bay
  267. Number of honeybee colonies in areas with high and low beekeeping activity in Southern Mexico
  268. Competition between isolates of Zoophthora radicans co-infecting Plutella xylostella populations
  269. High resolution SIMS analysis of arsenic in rice
  270. Effects of mulching, N-fertilization and intercropping with Desmodium uncinatum on Striga hermonthica infestation in maize
  271. Identification of a cytochrome b5-fusion desaturase responsible for the synthesis of triunsaturated sphingolipid long chain bases in the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana
  272. Pochonia chlamydosporia: advances and challenges to improve its performance as a biological control agent of sedentary endo-parasitic nematodes
  273. A novel grass hybrid to reduce flood generation in temperate regions
  274. Cross-resistance relationships of the sulfoximine insecticide sulfoxaflor with neonicotinoids and other insecticides in the whiteflies Bemisia tabaci and Trialeurodes vaporariorum
  275. Whole grains, type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease and hypertension: links to the aleurone preferred over indigestible fiber
  276. Organic farming gives no climate change benefit through soil carbon sequestration
  277. Evaluation of a nonanal-trimethylamine lure for collection of Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae) in gravid traps
  278. The trehalose 6-phosphate/SnRK1 signaling pathway primes growth recovery following relief of sink limitation
  279. A dual-porous, inverse model of water retention to study biological and hydrological interactions in soil
  280. Effects of spreading species-rich green hay on the botanical composition of an agriculturally improved hay meadow in northern England
  281. Plant-available soil phosphorus. Part II: the response of arable crops to Olsen P on a sandy clay loam and a silty clay loam
  282. Impact of hydrology and effluent quality on the management of woodchip pads for overwintering cattle. II. Effluent analysis and nutrient balance
  283. Selection of a fungal isolate for the control of the pink hibiscus mealybug Maconellicoccus hirsutus
  284. Applications of X-ray computed tomography for examining biophysical interactions and structural development in soil systems: a review
  285. Spatial patterns of gluten protein and polymer distribution in wheat grain
  286. Historical arsenic contamination of soil due to long-term phosphate fertiliser applications
  287. Soil physics: new approaches and emerging challenges
  288. Molecular identification and differential expression of sensory neuron membrane proteins in the antennae of the black cutworm moth Agrotis ipsilon
  289. Sex pheromone recognition and immunolocalization of three pheromone binding proteins in the black cutworm moth Agrotis ipsilon
  290. Microbial phototrophic fixation of atmospheric CO2 in China subtropical upland and paddy soils
  291. A bivariate mixed model approach for the analysis of plant survival data
  292. The potential of hydroxamic acids in tetraploid and hexaploid wheat varieties as resistance factors against the bird-cherry oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi
  293. Effect of plant elicitors on the reproduction of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne chitwoodi on susceptible hosts
  294. Catchment source contributions to the sediment-bound organic matter degrading salmonid spawning gravels in a lowland river, southern England
  295. Pressure drop and flow distribution in a group of parallel hydrocyclones: Z-Z-type arrangement
  296. A pseudo-3D model to optimise the target traits of light interception in short-rotation coppice willow
  297. Investigating the molecular mechanisms of organophosphate and pyrethroid resistance in the fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda
  298. Metabolomic and elemental profiling of melon fruit quality as affected by genotype and environment
  299. Identification of QTLs associated with seedling root traits and their correlation with plant height in wheat
  300. Underground signals carried through common mycelial networks warn neighbouring plants of aphid attack
  301. Developing a soil quality index to compare soil fitness for agricultural use under different managements in the Mediterranean environment
  302. The Arabidopsis F-box/Kelch-repeat protein At2g44130 is upregulated in giant cells and promotes nematode susceptibility
  303. Temperature response of denitrification rate and greenhouse gas production in agricultural river marginal wetland soils
  304. Isolating the influence of pH on the amounts and forms of soil organic phosphorus
  305. Contemporary fine‐grained bed sediment sources across the River Wensum Demonstration Test Catchment, UK
  306. Global Research Alliance Modelling Platform (GRAMP): developing a unified modelling approach in the context of climate change
  307. Differences in one-, two- and three-dimensional modeling of root growth for estimating water and nutrient uptake and the carbon cycle
  308. Studies on the lipids of Emiliania huxleyi during phosphate depletion stress and viral infection. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  309. Future IPM in Europe - the PURE project's first stakeholder congress
  310. Design method of flow distribution in nuclear reactor systems
  311. Soil organic carbon sequestration under different fertilizer regimes in north and northeast China: RothC simulation
  312. Towards a climate-dependent paradigm of ammonia emission and deposition
  313. Improving grain quality: wheat
  314. Export of dissolved organic carbon and nitrate from grassland in winter using high temporal resolution, in situ UV sensing
  315. High-altitude migration of Heteroptera in Britain
  316. Characterization of chilling-shock responses in four genotypes of Miscanthus reveals the superior tolerance of M. x giganteus compared with M. sinensis and M. sacchariflorus
  317. Priming of production in maize of volatile organic defence compounds by the natural plant activator cis- jasmone
  318. Iron and zinc complexation in wild-type and ferritin-expressing wheat grain: implications for mineral transport into developing grain
  319. Black-grass: the potential of non-chemical control
  320. Black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides): everything you really wanted to know about black-grass but didn't know who to ask. Revised 2013
  321. Lunasin in cereal seeds: what is the origin?
  322. The presence of two different target-site resistance mechanisms in individual plants of Alopecurus myosuroides Huds., identified using a quick molcular test for the characterisation of six ALS and seven ACCase SNPs
  323. Network-based data integration for selecting candidate virulence associated proteins in the cereal infecting fungus Fusarium graminearum
  324. Modeling biological dinitrogen fixation of field pea with a process-based simulation model
  325. Ten amazing fact about aphids (that you would probably rather not know)
  326. Alternative upland grazing systems: impacts on livestock performance and sward characteristics
  327. The variable response of soil microorganisms to trace concentrations of low molecular weight organic substrates of increasing complexity
  328. Estimation of uncertainty in the dailyDAYCENT model: experiment with UK cropland
  329. Measuring soil protist respiration and ingestion rates using stable isotopes
  330. Food security: a systems approach. White paper presented at EU Science: Global Challenges and Global Collaboration, Brussels, 6 March 2013
  331. GA-responsive dwarfing gene Rht12 affects the developmental and agronomic traits in common bread wheat
  332. Using the phenotypic information in the PHI-base database to explore pathogen genomes, transcriptomes and proteomes
  333. Transcriptional changes of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita in response to Arabidopsis thaliana root signals
  334. Durable resistance to crop pathogens: an epidemiological framework to predict risk under uncertainty
  335. Exploring the metabolome of cereal infecting fusaria
  336. Red oilseed rape? The potential for manipulation of petal colour in control strategies for the pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus)
  337. The effect of Horsfall-Barratt category size on the accuracy and reliability of estimates of pecan scab severity
  338. Enhancing beetle and spider communities in agricultural grasslands: the roles of seed addition and habitat management
  339. Field sampling for environmental science and management
  340. Influence of ground flora on Fraxinus mandshurica seedling growth on abandoned land and beneath forest canopy
  341. Activation of interspecies-hybrid Rubisco enzymes to assess different models for the Rubisco-Rubisco activase interaction
  342. Effect of dough mixing on wheat endosperm cell walls
  343. Getting an even break
  344. Floral monsters and murderous mirror images
  345. Peroxisome membrane proteins: multiple trafficking routes and multiple functions?
  346. Soil fertility
  347. Improving the content and composition of dietary fibre in wheat
  348. Soil organic matter
  349. Characterisation of stuA homologue in Fusarium culmorum
  350. FcStuA from Fusarium culmorum controls wheat foot and root rot in a toxin dispensable manner
  351. Grass cell wall feruloylation: distribution of bound ferulate and candidate gene expression in Brachypodium distachyon
  352. Microbial biomass growth, following incorporation of biochars produced at 350 degrees C or 700 degrees C, in a silty-clay loam soil of high and low pH
  353. Modelling the effects of copper on soil organisms and processes using the free ion approach: towards a multi-species toxicity model
  354. Pressure drop and flow distribution in a mini-hydrocyclone group: UU-type parallel arrangement
  355. One fungus, one name: defining the genus Fusarium in a scientifically robust way that preserves longstanding use
  356. Oligopeptides represent a preferred source of organic N uptake: a global phenomenon?
  357. Modification of the RothC model for simulations of soil organic C dynamics in dryland regions
  358. Characterization of the sterol 14alpha-demethylases of Fusarium graminearum identifies a novel genus-specific CYP51 function
  359. Microbial responses to the erosional redistribution of soil organic carbon in arable fields
  360. Estimating soil acidification rate at watershed scale based on the stoichiometric relations between silicon and base cations
  361. Fate of nitrogen following shallow injection of livestock slurry to grassland
  362. Shallow injection of livestock slurry to grassland: effects on the balance of nitrous oxide and ammonia
  363. The importance of direct and indirect nitrous oxide emissions from contrasting cattle slurry application timings
  364. Genotypic variation in the ability of wheat roots to penetrate wax layers
  365. Development of the Miniature Virtual Impactor - MVI - for long-term and automated air sampling to detect plant pathogen spores
  366. High levels of auto-infection in plant pathogens favour short latent periods: a theoretical approach
  367. Using functional traits to quantify the value of plant communities to invertebrate ecosystem service providers in arable landscapes
  368. Natural variation in grain composition of wheat and related cereals
  369. Preface (to EuroCereal 2011 special issue)
  370. How do N2O fluxes determined using five static closed chambers and an auto-sampler compare?
  371. Nitrogen losses to air and water following cattle slurry applications to a drained clay arable soil
  372. Natural capital and ecosystem services, developing an appropriate soils framework as a basis for valuation
  373. Arterial, rumen and milk concentration and net absorption of methane into the portal vein of lactating dairy cattle
  374. Photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixation
  375. Differential defence response due to jasmonate seed treatment in cowpea and tomato against root-knot and potato cyst nematodes
  376. Nitrous oxide emissions following cattle slurry applications to grassland on drained and undrained clay soil at different times of year
  377. Automated monitoring of urination events from grazing beef cows
  378. Effects of non-host plant odour on Melingethes aeneus during immigration to oilseed rape
  379. Enhanced nitrogen deposition over China
  380. Novel laser spectroscopic technique for continuous analysis of N2O isotopomers - application and intercomparison with isotope ratio mass spectrometry
  381. Suppression of the SUGAR-DEPENDENT1 triacylglycerol lipase family during seed development enhances oil yield in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
  382. Reply to Gange et al: Climate-driven changes in the fungal fruiting season in the United Kingdom
  383. Assessing uncertainties in impact of climate change on grass production in Northern Europe using ensembles of global climate models
  384. Mineral composition analysis: measuring anion uptake and anion concentrations in plant tissues
  385. The modification of plant oil composition via metabolic engineering - better nutrition by design
  386. Survey of resistance to four insecticides and their associated mechanisms in different genotypes of the green peach aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) from Chile
  387. Effect of season of application on N2O emissions from urine patches
  388. Nitrogen losses and transformations within farmyard manure storage
  389. Local-scale climate scenarios for impact studies and risk assessments: integration of early 21st century ENSEMBLES projections into the ELPIS database
  390. Subsurface concentrations and surface emissions of greenhouse gases from a seasonally waterlogged peatland in the UK
  391. Stability of sunflower 2S albumins and LTP to physiologically relevant in vitro gastrointestinal digestion
  392. Predicting insect migration density and speed in the daytime convective boundary layer
  393. Combination of artificial neural networks and fractal theory to predict soil water retention curve
  394. Effects of variety and nutrient availability on the acrylamide-forming potential of rye grain
  395. Shared influence of pathogen and host genetics on a trade-off between latent period and spore production capacity in the wheat pathogen, Puccinia triticina
  396. Development of an integrated pest management strategy for control of pollen beetles in winter oilseed rape (HGCA Project Report No 504)
  397. Diversity of sequences encoded by the Gsp-1 genes in wheat and other grass species
  398. The impact agenda: when Gladstone met Faraday
  399. Case study: Reducing the environmental impacts of excessive nitrogen fertiliser use in China
  400. Gene function hypotheses for the Campylobacter jejuni glycome generated by a logic-based approach
  401. Use of synchroton-based techniques to elucidate metal uptake and metabolism in plants
  402. Two-dimensional spatial analysis of the seismic b -value and the Bouguer gravity anomaly in the southeastern part of the Zagros Fold-and-Thrust Belt, Iran: tectonic implications
  403. Molecular characterization of the fatty alcohol oxidation pathway for wax-ester mobilization in germinated jojoba seeds
  404. Spatial distribution of Lindane concentration in topsoil across France
  405. How do sugars regulate plant growth and development? New insight into the role of trehalose-6-phosphate
  406. Inhibition of SnRK1 by metabolites: tissue-dependent effects and cooperative inhibition by glucose 1-phosphate in combination with trehalose 6-phosphate
  407. First report of the L1014S kdr mutation in wild populations of Anopheles gambiae M and S molecular forms in Burkina Faso (West Africa)
  408. Loss-of-function mutation of EIN2 in Arabidopsis exaggerates oxidative stress induced by salinity
  409. Grain filling of durum wheat through assimilate remobilisation under semi-arid conditions
  410. Aphid-induced accumulation of trehalose in Arabidopsis thaliana is systemic and dependent upon aphid density
  411. Intrinsic acyl-CoA thioesterase activity of a peroxisomal ATP binding cassette transporter is required for transport and metabolism of fatty acids
  412. Intraguild predation in winter wheat: prey choice by a common epigeal carabid consuming spiders
  413. Exploitation of genomics in fungicide research: current status and future perspectives
  414. Update on mechanisms of azole resistance in Mycosphaerella graminicola and implications for future control
  415. A SNaPshot assay for the rapid and simple detection of known point mutations conferring resistance to ACCase-inhibiting herbicides in Lolium spp.
  416. Copper toxicity and sulfur metabolism in Chinese cabbage are affected by UV radiation
  417. Mapping the three-dimensional variation of soil salinity in a rice-paddy soil
  418. Effect of land use on the abundance and diversity of autotrophic bacteria as measured by ribulose-1,5-biphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (RubisCO) large subunit gene abundance in soils
  419. A novel family of γ-gliadin genes are highly regulated by nitrogen supply in developing wheat grain
  420. The knowns, known unknowns and unknowns of sequestration of soil organic carbon
  421. Rubisco activity and regulation as targets for crop improvement
  422. Genetic engineering to improve plant performance under drought: physiological evaluation of achievements, limitations and possibilities
  423. The role of grasses as a source of Rynchosporium inoculum for barley crops
  424. Improving nitrogen use and yield with stay-green phenotypes in wheat. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  425. Variations in concentrations of N and P forms in leachates from dried soils rewetted at different rates
  426. Contents of dietary fibre components and their relation to associated bioactive components in whole grain wheat samples from the HEALTHGRAIN diversity screen
  427. Development of new quantitative physiological and molecular breeding parameters based on the sugar-beet vernalization intensity model
  428. Ryanodine receptors: next generation of insecticide targets