2014

  1. William Stanley Pierpoint (1930-2013)
  2. John Bremner 1922-2007
  3. Intensive farming: When less means more on dairy farms
  4. Microbial pathogen control in the beef chain: Recent research advances
  5. Effect of replacing grass silage with red clover silage on nutrient digestion, nitrogen metabolism, and milk fat composition in lactating cows fed diets containing a 60: 40 forage-to-concentrate ratio
  6. The effect of high polyphenol oxidase grass silage on metabolism of polyunsaturated fatty acids and nitrogen across the rumen of beef steers
  7. Plant Pathogen Sensing for Early Disease control
  8. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent US 2014/0335579 A1)
  9. Novel Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Patent EP 1576166 B1)
  10. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent US 8822662 B2)
  11. Desaturase And Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent US 8785727 B2)
  12. Recombinant Organisms (Patent WO 2014/053821 A1)
  13. Stability and bifurcation in plant–pathogens interactions
  14. Biology as an Agent of Chemical and Mineralogical Change in Soil
  15. Modeling the Simultaneous Evolution of Resistance to ALS- and ACCase-Inhibiting Herbicides in Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) in Clearfield (R) Rice
  16. Selection history and epistatic interactions impact dynamics of adaptation to novel environmental stresses
  17. Role of sex and migration in adaptation to sink environments
  18. Experimental design and parameter estimation for threshold models in seed germination
  19. Herbicide resistance modelling: past, present and future
  20. An investigation to enhance understanding of the stimulation of weed seedling emergence by soil disturbance
  21. Underground allies - how and why do mycelial networks help plants defend themselves? What are the fitness, regulatory, and practical implications of defence-related signaling between plants via common mycelial networks?
  22. Seed storage reserve analysis
  23. Proteins
  24. Plant perception of beta-aminobutyric acid is mediated by an aspartyl-tRNA synthetase
  25. Effects of the nitrification inhibitor 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP) on abundance and activity of ammonia oxidizers in soil
  26. Can Crop Disease Control Cope with Climate Change?
  27. The founding charter of the Genomic Observatories Network
  28. Translational research: from pot to plot
  29. The sustainable development of grassland-livestock systems on the Tibetan plateau: problems, strategies and prospects
  30. The important legacy of the paper by Jones M.G.K. (1981) Host cell responses to endoparasitic nematode attack: structure and function of giant cells and syncytia. Annals of Applied Biology, 97, 353-372
  31. The combined use of Pochonia chlamydosporia and plant defence activators - a potential sustainable control strategy for Meloidogyne chitwoodi
  32. The BdGAMYB protein from Brachypodium distachyon interacts with BdDOF24 and regulates transcription of the BdCathB gene upon seed germination
  33. The AtCathB3 gene, encoding a cathepsin B-like protease, is expressed during germination of Arabidopsis thaliana and transcriptionally repressed by the basic leucine zipper protein GBF1
  34. Special Issue: Biochar in soils: new insights
  35. Seasonal heat production and energy balance of grazing yaks on the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau
  36. Pyrethroid resistance in coleopteran pests of oilseed rape: Failure and success
  37. Pochonia chlamydosporia and plant aqueous extracts, a combined approach for management of meloidogyne incognita in beans [Abstract]
  38. No sex please, we're British: Resistance behaving badly
  39. Jake MacMillan: A pioneering chemist in plant biology
  40. Insecticide resistance in the peach potato aphid, Myzus persicae, Part 2: Metabolic mechanisms and host adaptation
  41. Insecticide resistance in the peach potato aphid, Myzus persicae, Part 1: Mutations, modelling, and management
  42. First GM crop releasing an insect pheromone for defence and evidence for further opportunities from agroecology
  43. Expanding the eco-evolutionary context of herbicide resistance research
  44. Computational Integrative Biology - on the joint analysis of diverse biological data sets
  45. Classification of molecular sequence data using Bayesian phylogenetic mixture models
  46. Cereal Aphid Colony Turnover and Persistence in Winter Wheat
  47. Life cycle assessment of biofuels in the European Renewable Energy Directive: a combination of approaches?
  48. Exploiting phytochemicals for developing sustainable crop protection strategies to withstand climate change: example from Africa
  49. Functional analysis of candidate secreted protein effectors from the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  50. Functional analysis of candidate secreted protein effectors from the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  51. A multi-model uncertainty assessment of phosphorus transport using high-frequency data from the River Eden catchment, Cumbria
  52. The North Wyke Farm Platform, a national capability for research into sustainability of temperate agricultural grassland management: infrastructure and instrumentation
  53. The North Wyke Farm Platform, a national capability for research into sustainability of temperate agricultural grassland management: data and modelling opportunities
  54. Utilisation of agri-environment scheme habitats to enhance invertebrate ecosystem service providers
  55. Sterol biosynthesis inhibitors: modes of resistance and development of CYP51 mutations
  56. New chemical ecology based opportunities for agriculture in the face of global climate and population challenges
  57. Traditional vs modern: role of breed type in determining enteric methane emissions from cattle grazing as part of contrasting grassland-based systems
  58. Air Sampling Device. GB2496995 (B)
  59. Splash dispersal of Phyllosticta citricarpa conidia from infected citrus fruit (EFSA Supporting Publication 2014:EN-560)
  60. Estimating on-farm biomass supply of Miscanthus combining soil mapping, yield modelling and remote sensing
  61. Understanding the scale-dependence of the relations between soil conditions and weed density and the implications for precision management of weeds
  62. High-resolution spatial patterns of soil organic carbon content derived from low-altitude aerial multi-band imagery on the Broadbalk Wheat Experiment at Rothamsted, UK
  63. Quantitative differences in gene expression of defence genes in Solanum tuberosum and S. sisymbriifolium infected with Globodera pallida
  64. Levy flight movement patterns in marine predators may derive from turbulence cues
  65. Signatures of active and passive optimized Levy searching in jellyfish
  66. Improving the predictive power of fungicide resistance risk assessment
  67. Exploiting yield maps and soil management zones
  68. Soil phosphorus in sustainable farming systems
  69. Can deficit irrigation techniques be used to enhance phosphorus and water use efficiency and benefit crop yields?
  70. Agricultural weed research: a critique and two proposals
  71. Attraction and preference of bacteriophagous and plant-parasitic nematodes towards different types of soil bacteria
  72. Exploiting root exudation of organic acids and phytases to enhance plant utilisation of soil phosphorus
  73. Understanding the bioavailability of new and old phosphorus to crops
  74. A framework for mining life sciences data on the semantic web in an interactive, graph-based environment
  75. Evaluation of wheat mutants for thermo-stability through physiological parameters
  76. Interactive exploration of integrated biological datasets using context-sensitive workflows
  77. Response to 'Potential distribution of citrus black spot in the United States based on climatic conditions', Er et al. 2013
  78. Changes in wheat root morphology under different phosphorus fertiliser supply rates
  79. Beef productivity on the North Wyke Farm Platform in two baseline years
  80. Spatial soil variation on the North Wyke Farm Platform
  81. Applications and issues of remote sensing by UAV to pasture agri-research on the North Wyke Farm Platform
  82. Geographically weighted principal components analysis for understanding spatial structure in data for sustainable grassland agriculture
  83. Applications of high resolution remote sensing with spatial modelling for sustainable grassland agriculture
  84. Detecting land use and land management influences on catchment hydrology by modelling and wavelets
  85. Push-pull: a novel IPM strategy for the Green Revolution in Africa
  86. Mycorrhizae support oaks growing in a phylogenetically distant neighbourhood
  87. Mixtures as a fungicide resistance management tactic
  88. Seed germination response to temperature for a range of international populations of Conyza canadensis
  89. Scientific crises and the Bluetongue blueprint
  90. Death, taxes...and metrics
  91. Band of boffins
  92. Plant peroxisomal ABC transporters: flexible and unusual
  93. Plant volatile analogues strengthen attractiveness to insect
  94. An individual-based model of the evolution of pesticide resistance in heterogeneous environments: control of Meligethes aeneus population in oilseed rape crops
  95. Slow bee paralysis virus and its transmission in honey bee pupae by Varroa destructor
  96. Susceptibility of cat fleas (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae) to fipronil and imidacloprid using adult and larval bioassays
  97. The impact of tissue type, growth stage and fertilizers on the community structure of cultured bacterial wheat endophytes in the Broadbalk experiment
  98. Detecting Levy walks without turn designation
  99. Brazilian Microbiome Project: revealing the unexplored microbial diversity - challenges and prospects
  100. Data analysis for 16S microbial profiling from different benchtop sequencing platforms
  101. Use of loop-mediated isothermal amplification assays to detect azole-insensitive CYP51- overexpressing strains of Zymoseptoria tritici
  102. Evolution and spread of azole-insensitive Zymoseptoria tritici field isolates in the UK
  103. Delivering sustainable crop protection systems via the seed: exploiting natural constitutive and inducible defence pathways
  104. Genetic engineering of secondary metabolism for plant protection
  105. Chemical ecology in the post genomics era
  106. Does organic management lead to enhanced soil physical quality?
  107. Permanent draft genomes of four new coccolithoviruses: EhV-18, EhV-145, EhV-156 and EhV-164
  108. Changes in the incidence of herbicide-resistant Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass) in England, based on sampling the same randomly selected fields on two occasions
  109. An assessment of nitrification inhibitors to reduce nitrous oxide emissions from UK agriculture
  110. Phoma stem canker disease on oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in China is caused by Leptosphaeria biglobosa 'brassicae'
  111. Spatiotemporal changes in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities under different nitrogen inputs over a 5-year period in intensive agricultural ecosystems on the North China Plain
  112. Potential for RNAi-mediated insect control in crop plants
  113. Current status of herbicide-resistant weeds in the UK
  114. The role of multiple CYP51 paralogues in intrinsic and acquired azole sensitivity differences
  115. The Rothamsted Insect Survey strikes gold
  116. Investigating the photoprotective role of cytochrome b-559 in photosystem II in a mutant with altered ligation of the haem
  117. Differential immunoreactivity of the root-knot nematodes, Meliodogyne graminicola and Meloidogyne incognita to polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies and identification of antigens through proteomics approach
  118. Molecular characterization of DDT resistance in Anopheles gambiae from Benin
  119. Weed Resistance Action Group (WRAG) - the next 25 years
  120. Woody plant encroachment into grasslands leads to accelerated erosion of previously stable organic carbon from dryland soils
  121. Surveillance for invading plant pathogens: the use of epidemic models to quantify performance and optimise survey design
  122. Understanding and manipulating plant lipid composition: metabolic engineering leads the way
  123. Forage polyphenol oxidase and ruminant livestock nutrition
  124. Use of the hormone-biosynthesis inhibitors fluridone and paclobutrazol to determine the effects of altered abscisic acid and gibberellin levels on pre-maturity alpha-amylase formation in wheat grains
  125. Molecular screening for avirulence alleles AvrLm1 and AvrLm6 in airborne inoculum of Leptosphaeria maculans and winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) plants from Poland and the UK
  126. Gene expression in plant lipid metabolism in Arabidopsis seedlings
  127. Arabidopsis cytosolic acyl-CoA-binding proteins ACBP4, ACBP5 and ACBP6 have overlapping but distinct roles in seed development
  128. Modifying fatty acid profiles through a new cytokinin-based plastid transformation system
  129. A description of the symptoms of Acute Oak Decline in Britain and a comparative review on causes of similar disorders on oak in Europe
  130. Rice ORMDL controls sphingolipid homeostasis affecting fertility resulting from abnormal pollen development
  131. Oleaginous crops as integrated production platforms for food, feed, fuel and renewable industrial feedstock
  132. Distributed and dynamic modelling of hydrology, phosphorus and ecology in the Hampshire Avon and Blashford Lakes: evaluating alternative strategies to meet WFD standards
  133. Monitoring air and rain for plant pathogens
  134. Precision disease detection to enhance crop protection decisions in a changing climate
  135. Comparative transcriptomic analyses revealed divergences of two agriculturally important aphid species
  136. Critical soil phosphate for combinable crops in Southern Britain
  137. Impact of agronomic practices on arsenic accumulation and speciation in rice grain
  138. The GWmodel R package: further topics for exploring spatial heterogeneity using geographically weighted models
  139. Farmers' knowledge and perceptions of the stunting disease of Napier grass in Western Kenya
  140. Changing concepts for the efficient use of phosphorus in agriculture
  141. Healthy air - healthy plants - healthy people: methods for detection of air-borne pathogens and allergens
  142. The efficacy of flufenacet based herbicides on Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass): analysis of data from 375 field trials
  143. New developments in identification and quantification of airborne inoculum
  144. Final Report Defra Project WQ0126. Modular approaches to the control of diffuse agricultural pollution: buffer zones, bioreactors, ditches and ponds
  145. Geographically weighted methods and their use in network re-designs for environmental monitoring
  146. Modelling the cost-effectiveness of mitigation methods for multiple pollutants at farm scale
  147. Nutrient dynamics during decomposition of the residues from a sown legume or ruderal plant cover in an olive oil orchard
  148. Agriculture: Steps to sustainable livestock
  149. Genome-wide association mapping identifies a new arsenate reductase enzyme critical for limiting arsenic accumulation in plants
  150. Mutations in the Arabidopsis homoserine kinase gene DMR1 confer enhanced resistance to Fusarium culmorum and F. graminearum
  151. The global spread of crop pests and pathogens
  152. Methyl salicylate, thymol and carvacrol as oviposition deterrents for Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) on plum blossoms
  153. Groundwater conceptual models: implications for evaluating diffuse pollution mitigation measures
  154. The significance of glucosinolates for sulfur storage in Brassicaceae seedlings
  155. Cross sector contributions to river pollution in England and Wales: updating waterbody scale information to support policy delivery for the Water Framework Directive
  156. Poor survival on an artificial diet of two genotypes of the aphid Myzus persicae: a fitness cost of insecticide resistance?
  157. The effect of artificial diet on the production of alarm pheromone by Myzus persicae
  158. The impact of weather on nitrous oxide emissions from arable land in the UK
  159. Proteins
  160. Intensive management in grasslands causes diffuse water pollution at the farm scale
  161. Effect of nitrogen source on nitric oxide and nitrous oxide emissions from a UK grassland soil
  162. The efficient use of phosphorus in agriculture
  163. Nutrient use efficiency in plants: concepts and approaches
  164. Efficient mineral nutrition: genetic improvement of phosphate uptake and use efficiency in crops
  165. The challenge of modelling nitrogen management at the field scale: simulation and sensitivity analysis of N2O fluxes across nine experimental sites using DailyDayCent
  166. Functional characterisation of members of the cytochrome B5 reductase gene family in the wheat-infecting fungus Zymoseptoria tritici
  167. A meta-analysis of organic and inorganic phosphorus in organic fertilizers, soils and water: implications for water quality
  168. Identifying priorities for nutrient mitigation using river concentration-flow relationships: the Thames basin, UK
  169. Impact of nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) on N2O emissions from urine applied to UK grassland
  170. Discovering study-specific gene regulatory networks
  171. Nitrous oxide emissions from fertilised UK arable soils: quantification and mitigation
  172. Climate change increases risk of fusarium wheat ear blight on wheat in central China
  173. Leptosphaeria spp., phoma stem canker and potential spread of L. maculans on oilseed rape crops in China
  174. Exogenous trehalose largely alleviates ionic unbalance, ROS burst and PCD ocurrence induced by high salinity in Arabidopsis seedlings
  175. Biolistic- and Agrobacterium- mediated transformation protocols for wheat
  176. Zinc exposure has differential effects on uptake and metabolism of sulfur and nitrogen in Chinese cabbage
  177. Hierarchical random walks in trace fossils and the origin of optimal search behavior
  178. The yield and quality response of the energy grass Miscanthus x giganteus to fertiliser applications of nitrogen, potassium and sulphur
  179. Opposite variations in fumarate and malate dominate metabolic phenotypes of Arabidopsis salicylate mutants with abnormal biomass under chilling
  180. Sulphur availability from organic materials applied to winter wheat
  181. Splash dispersal of Phyllosticta citricarpa conidia from infected citrus fruit
  182. Lead in rice: analysis of baseline lead levels in market and field collected rice grains
  183. Behaviour and biology of Chilo partellus on maize landraces
  184. Flight of Meligethes aeneus at a range of altitudes
  185. A combined cryo-scanning electron microscopy/cryoplaning approach to study the infection of Meloidogyne incognita eggs by Pochonia chlamydosporia
  186. Effects of break crops, and of wheat volunteers growing in break crops or in set-aside or conservation covers, all following crops of winter wheat, on the development of take-all (Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici) in succeeding crops of winter wheat
  187. The resistance trap: growing aphid threats
  188. Systems responses to progressive water stress in durum wheat
  189. Genetical and comparative genomics of Brassica under altered Ca supply identifies Arabidopsis Ca-transporter orthologs
  190. First 20 years of DNDC (DeNitrification DeComposition): model evolution
  191. Seasonal migration of Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) over the Bohai Sea in northern China
  192. Results of a small survey amongst farmers and advisers in the UK on their evaluation of the proPlant pollen beetle migration tool and its influence on their practice
  193. Iron bioavailability in two commercial cultivars of wheat: comparison between wholegrain and white flour and the effects of nicotianamine and 2'-deoxymugineic acid on iron uptake into Caco-2 cells
  194. Effect of breadmaking process on In vitro gut microbiota parameters in irritable bowel syndrome
  195. An efficient high throughput metabotyping platform for screening of biomass willows
  196. Triaxial testing to determine the effect of soil type and organic carbon content on soil consolidation and shear deformation characteristics
  197. Genetic diversity, population structure and phenotypic variation in European Salix viminalis L. (Salicaceae)
  198. Increasing phosphorus supply is not the mechanism by which arbuscular mycorrhiza increase attractiveness of bean (Vicia faba) to aphids
  199. Photosynthesis and growth in diverse willow genotypes
  200. C-TOOL: a simple model for simulating whole-profile carbon storage in temperate agricultural soils
  201. Trehalose 6-phosphate, a sugar for all seasons, integrates source:sink balance for crop yield improvement
  202. Trehalose, a sugar for all seasons: understanding the importance of sugar regulation of SnRK1 feast/famine protein kinase for plant and crop growth and development
  203. Source/sink interactions underpin crop yield: the case for trehalose 6-phosphate/SnRK1 in improvement of wheat
  204. Nitrogen fertilization affects silicon concentration, cell wall composition and biofuel potential of wheat straw
  205. Black-grass: solutions to the problem (HGCA/AHDB Information Sheet 30)
  206. A faster Rubisco with potential to increase photosynthesis in crops
  207. Estimating change in soil organic carbon using legacy data as the baseline: issues, approaches and lessons to learn
  208. Temperature sensitivity of soil respiration rates enhanced by microbial community response
  209. Changing leaf nitrogen and canopy height quantify processes leading to plant and butterfly diversity loss in agricultural landscapes
  210. Can the storage effect hypothesis explain weed co-existence on the Broadbalk long-term fertiliser experiment?
  211. Disease associations between honeybees and bumblebees as a threat to wild pollinators
  212. The Y123H substitution perturbs FvCYP51B function and confers prochloraz resistance in laboratory mutants of Fusarium verticillioides
  213. Ecological correlates of local extinction and colonisation in the British ladybird beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
  214. Factors controlling the efficacy of DCD to reduce N2O emissions and improve NUE in agriculture: evidence from field and laboratory studies
  215. Ammonia emission from a permanent grassland on volcanic soil after the treatment with dairy slurry and urea
  216. Glucosinolates in oilseed rape: secondary metabolites that influence interactions with herbivores and their natural enemies
  217. BEEHAVE: a systems model of honeybee colony dynamics and foraging to explore multifactorial causes of colony failure
  218. Field margins for biocontrol and biodiversity across crop rotations: overview of the aims and approaches of Defra project IF01122
  219. The centenary of Annals of Applied Biology in 2014
  220. The pollination potential of free-foraging bumblebee (Bombus spp.) males (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
  221. Semiochemistry of Scarabaeoidea
  222. Metabolic engineering of biomass for high energy density: oilseed-like triacylglycerol yields from plant leaves
  223. Selenium speciation in malt, wort and beer made from selenium-biofortified two-rowed barley grain
  224. Bayesian inference for an emerging arboreal epidemic in the presence of control
  225. Genome wide association mapping of grain arsenic, copper, molybdenum and zinc in rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown at four international field sites
  226. Analysis of uncertainties in the estimates of nitrous oxide and methane emissions in the UK's greenhouse gas inventory for agriculture
  227. Assessing quantitative resistance against Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) in Brassica napus (oilseed rape) in young plants
  228. Quantifying the impact of microbes on soil structural development and behaviour in wet soils
  229. The utilization of the acyl-CoA and the involvement PDAT and DGAT in the biosynthesis of erucic acid-rich triacylglycerols in crambe seed oil
  230. Changes in soil phosphorus forms through time in perennial versus annual agroecosystems
  231. Escape from parasitism by the invasive alien ladybird, Harmonia axyridis
  232. Oviposition acceptance and larval development of Chilo partellus stemborers in drought-stressed wild and cultivated grasses of East Africa
  233. Alterations in the predicted regulatory and coding regions of the sterol 14alpha-demethylase gene (CYP51) confer decreased azole sensitivity in the oilseed rape pathogen Pyrenopeziza brassicae
  234. Review and analysis of global agricultural N2O emissions relevant to the UK
  235. Economic and physical determinants of the global distributions of crop pests and pathogens
  236. Nitrous oxide emissions from soil due to urine deposition by grazing cattle in Brazil
  237. Carbon and nitrogen in soil and vine roots in harrowed and grass-covered vineyards
  238. Continental-scale radar monitoring of the aerial movements of animals
  239. Specific diversity of the entomopathogenic fungi Beauveria and Metarhizium in Mexican agricultural soils
  240. Vertebrate pheromones and other semiochemicals: the potential for accommodating complexity in signalling by volatile compounds for vertebrate management
  241. Ranking factors affecting emissions of GHG from incubated agricultural soils
  242. So near and yet so far: harmonic radar reveals reduced homing ability of Nosema infected honeybees
  243. The relationship of leaf photosynthetic traits - Vcmax and Jmax - to leaf nitrogen, leaf phosphorus and specific leaf area: a meta-analysis and modeling study
  244. Ligand binding and homology modelling of insect odorant-binding proteins
  245. Comparing climate change impacts on cereals based on CMIP3 and EU-ENSEMBLES climate scenarios
  246. Multigene engineering of triacylglycerol metabolism boosts seed oil content in Arabidopsis
  247. Governing principles can guide fungicide-resistance management tactics
  248. Adverse weather conditions for European wheat production will become more frequent with climate change
  249. Replace, reduce, refine - and debate
  250. (Real) life after a PhD
  251. Coenzyme A and its derivatives: renaissance of a textbook classic
  252. The antenna-specific odorant-binding protein AlinOBP13 of the alfalfa plant bug Adelphocoris lineolatus is expressed specifically in basiconic sensilla and has high binding affinity to terpenoids
  253. Exploiting natural variation to improve the content and composition of dietary fibre in wheat grain: a review
  254. Getting the most out of wheat
  255. High-frequency monitoring of nitrogen and phosphorus response in three rural catchments to the end of the 2011-2012 drought in England
  256. A tale of one fungal pathogen of wheat: how it evades host surveillance and then hijacks host defences
  257. Identification and analysis of differentially expressed genes in the wheat- Zymoseptoria tritici interaction
  258. Genetically modified plants
  259. Rhynchosporium commune avirulence gene discovery: a path to more durable barley resistance
  260. Sources of sediment-bound organic matter infiltrating spawning gravels during the incubation and emergence life stages of salmonids
  261. Fine mapping of Stb6, a major resistance gene effective against Zymoseptoria tritici isolate IPO323, in wheat
  262. Rhynchosporium commune effector compliment and their role in pathogenicity on barley
  263. Rhynchosporium commune effectors identification and exploitation
  264. Identification of Rhynchosporium commune avirulence genes through genome wide association and their recognition by the host plant barley
  265. From Rhynchosporium commune genome sequence to barley resistance
  266. Baseline map of organic carbon in Australian soil to support national carbon accounting and monitoring under climate change
  267. Who was Sir John Lawes?
  268. The UK Environmental Change Network Rothamsted: physical and atmospheric measurements
  269. Contribution of improved nitrogen fertilizer use to development of a low carbon economy in China
  270. Limited potential of no-till agriculture for climate change mitigation
  271. Barley has two peroxisomal ABC transporters with multiple functions in beta-oxidation
  272. Identifying variation in resistance to the take-all fungus, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici, between different ancestral and modern wheat species
  273. Developing demonstration test catchments as a platform for transdisciplinary land management research in England and Wales
  274. Assessment of core and accessory genetic variation in Rhizobium leguminosarum symbiovar trifolii strains from diverse locations and host plants using PCR-based methods
  275. Beta-carboxysomal proteins assemble into highly organized structures in Nicotiana chloroplasts
  276. Odorant binding characteristics of three recombinant odorant binding proteins in Microplitis mediator (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
  277. Sterol biosynthesis inhibitors: modes of resistance and development of CPY51 mutations
  278. Biotechnology: plant protection
  279. Molecular characterization and differential expression of olfactory genes in the antennae of the black cutworm moth Agrotis ipsilon
  280. Evaluation of a matrix to calculate fungicide resistance risk
  281. Environmentally driven evolution of Rubisco and improved photosynthesis and growth within the C3 genus Limonium (Plumbaginaceae)
  282. Natural variation in photosynthetic capacity, growth and yield in 64 field-grown wheat genotypes
  283. Distribution and frequency of kdr mutations within Anopheles gambiae s.l. populations and first report of the Ace.1 G119S mutation in Anopheles arabiensis from Burkina Faso (West Africa)
  284. Complex phylogeny and gene expression patterns of members of the NITRATE TRANSPORTER 1/PEPTIDE TRANSPORTER family (NPF) in wheat
  285. Variation in plant responsiveness to defense elicitors caused by genotype and environment
  286. Soil organic carbon dynamics 75 years after land-use change in perennial grassland and annual wheat agricultural systems
  287. The evolution of insecticide resistance in the peach potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  288. A de novo transcriptome of European pollen beetle populations and its analysis, with special reference to insecticide action and resistance
  289. Earth abides arsenic biotransformations
  290. Imaging element distribution and speciation in plant cells
  291. Effects of nitrogen on the distribution and chemical speciation of iron and zinc in pearling fractions of wheat grain
  292. Enhancing floral resources for pollinators in productive agricultural grasslands
  293. Rothamsted Research willow (Salix spp.) breeding programme: multi-site yield trial results 2014
  294. Quantifying the impact of exogenous abscisic acid and gibberellins on pre-maturity alpha-amylase formation in developing wheat grains
  295. Chemical dissection of hormone signalling in Arabidopsis
  296. Does extensification lead to enhanced provision of ecosystem services from soils in UK agriculture
  297. Effects of cutting, mulching and applications of farmyard manure on the supply of nitrogen from a red clover/grass sward
  298. First 20 years of DNDC: model evolution and GRAMP
  299. A query suggestion workflow for life science IR-systems
  300. Effects of genotype, season and nitrogen nutrition on gene expression and protein accumulation in wheat grain
  301. Progress in TILLING as a tool for functional genomics and improvement of crops
  302. Research into improving photosynthetic efficiency
  303. Big data and public health
  304. Effect of cattle urine addition on the surface emissions and subsurface concentrations of greenhouse gases in a UK peat grassland
  305. Soil CO2 and N2O emissions in maize growing season under different fertilizer regimes in an upland red soil region of South China
  306. Fate and transport of lignin in the soil-water continuum. PhD thesis, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
  307. Quantitative resistance can lead to evolutionary changes in traits not targeted by the resistance QTLs
  308. Functional screening of willow alleles in Arabidopsis combined with QTL mapping in willow (Salix) identifies SxMAX4 as a coppicing response gene
  309. Successful high-level accumulation of fish oil omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in a transgenic oilseed crop
  310. Primary production and links to carbon cycling in Antarctic soils
  311. Effect of cattle urine addition on the surface emissions and subsurface concentrations of greenhouse gases from a UK lowland peatland
  312. Synergistic manipulations of plant and insect defences
  313. Phenotyping and other breeding approaches for a New Green Revolution
  314. Measuring the soil-microbial interface: extraction of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) from soil biofilms
  315. Push-pull farming systems
  316. A generic risk-based surveying method for invading plant pathogens
  317. Fate of zinc oxide and silver nanoparticles in a pilot wastewater treatment plant and in processed biosolids
  318. Improving cereal grain carbohydrates for diet and health
  319. Evaluation of diverse wheat genotypes for potential biomass production through physiological parameters at seedling stage under controlled environment
  320. Specific volatile compounds from mango elicit oviposition in gravid Bactrocera dorsalis females
  321. Sugar beet ethanol in the EU
  322. Reducing the reliance on nitrogen fertilizer for wheat production
  323. Metabolic engineering of Phaeodactylum tricornutum for the enhanced accumulation of omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids
  324. The roles of nitrogen and gibberellin metabolism in the control of stature in wheat
  325. A comparison of the levels of hydroxamic acids in Aegilops speltoides and a hexaploid wheat and effects on Rhopalosiphum padi behaviour and fecundity
  326. Effect of sulphur fertilisation on the acrylamide-forming potential of wheat (HGCA Project Report No. 525)
  327. Divergence of feeding channels within the soil food web determined by ecosystem type
  328. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and aphids interact by changing host plant quality and volatile emission
  329. Plant pathogen dispersal
  330. Framework for an expert evaluation for the evolution of weed resistance
  331. The use of composite fingerprints to quantify sediment sources in a wildfire impacted landscape, Alberta, Canada
  332. Adapting wheat in Europe for climate change
  333. Screening mesophyll conductance to improve photosynthesis
  334. Determining Rubisco kinetic data from diverse Triticeae species
  335. Optimizing RuBP regeneration to increase photosynthetic capacity
  336. Opportunities and limitations of molecular methods for quantifying microbial compliance parameters in EU bathing waters
  337. Methods for detecting change in hydrochemical time series in response to targeted pollutant mitigation in river catchments
  338. The role of chitin signalling in defence against Zymoseptoria tritici in wheat
  339. Identification of critical soil phosphate (P) levels for cereal and oilseed rape crops on a range of soil types (Final Project Summary)
  340. Identification of critical soil phosphate (P) levels for cereal and oilseed rape crops on a range of soil types (HGCA Project Report No. 529)
  341. WGIN Stakeholders' Newsletter [April 2014]
  342. A restatement of the natural science evidence base concerning neonicotinoid insecticides and insect pollinators
  343. The costs and efficacy of sediment mitigation measures for representative farm types across England and Wales
  344. Optimizing chamber methods for measuring nitrous oxide emissions from plot-based agricultural experiments
  345. Safety assessment of genetically modified plants with deliberately altered composition
  346. Air temperature, relative humidity, climate regionalization and thermal comfort of Nigeria
  347. Functional characterisation of members of the cytochrome B5 reductase gene family in the wheat-infecting fungus Zymoseptoria tritici
  348. Reducing the potential for processing contaminant formation in cereal products
  349. Food security: the challenge of increasing wheat yield and the importance of not compromising food safety
  350. Airborne plant-plant communication
  351. Improving the thermal stability of Rubisco activase
  352. Achieving food and environmental security: new approaches to close the gap
  353. Cumulative effects and economic benefits of intercropping maize with food legumes on Striga hermonthica infestation
  354. Achieving food security for one million sub-Saharan African poor through push-pull innovation by 2020
  355. Genome sequence of the tsetse fly (Glossina morsitans): vector of African trypanosomiasis
  356. Paralog re-emergence: a novel, historically contingent mechanism in the evolution of antimicrobial resistance
  357. Expanding knowledge of the Rubisco kinetics variability in plant species: environmental and evolutionary trends
  358. Prospects of genetic engineering for robust insect resistance
  359. Molecular and functional characterization of CYP6BQ23, a cytochrome P450 conferring resistance to pyrethroids in European populations of pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus
  360. The Arabidopsis thaliana RNA editing factor SLO2, which affects the mitochondrial electron transport chain, participates in multiple stress and hormone responses
  361. Silencing in Apolygus lucorum of the olfactory coreceptor Orco gene by RNA interference induces EAG response declining to two putative semiochemicals
  362. Scaling laws of ambush predator 'waiting' behaviour are tuned to a common ecology
  363. Development of a female attractant for the click beetle pest Agriotes brevis
  364. Mapping gamma radiation and its uncertainty from weathering products in a Tasmanian landscape with a proximal sensor and random forest kriging
  365. A process-based approach to predicting the effect of climate change on the distribution of an invasive allergenic plant in Europe
  366. Identification of pheromone components and their binding affinity to the odorant binding protein CcapOBP83a-2 of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata
  367. Sniffing out chemosensory genes from the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata
  368. Barley: chemistry and technology, 2nd ed
  369. A non-radioactive method for measuring Rubisco activase activity in the presence of variable ATP:ADP ratios, including modifications for measuring the activity and activation state of Rubisco
  370. Non-volant modes of migration in terrestrial arthropods
  371. Towards a mechanistic framework that explains correlated random walk behaviour: correlated random walkers can optimize their fitness when foraging under the risk of predation
  372. Mussels realize Weierstrassian Levy walks as composite correlated random walks
  373. Distinguishing between Levy walks and strong alternative models: reply
  374. Does the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti approximate a Levy search by an intrinsic bi-modal walk?
  375. Effect of heat and drought stress on the structure and composition of arabinoxylan and beta-glucan in wheat grain
  376. Selenium accumulation and speciation in biofortified chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) under Mediterranean conditions
  377. A genome-wide metabolomic resource for tomato fruit from Solanum pennellii
  378. The trafficking pathway of a wheat storage protein in transgenic rice endosperm
  379. Predictive 3D modelling of the interactions of pyrethroids with the voltage-gated sodium channels of ticks and mites
  380. Evidence for the complex relationship between free amino acid and sugar concentrations and acrylamide-forming potential in potato
  381. Gibberellin oxidase activities in Bradyrhizobium japonicum bacteroids
  382. Molecular characterization and expression profiles of olfactory receptor genes in the parasitic wasp, Microplitis mediator (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
  383. Sustainable crop protection: the storm before the calm?
  384. Effects of plant pathogens on population dynamics and community composition in grassland ecosystems: two case studies
  385. The emergence of resistance to fungicides
  386. An assessment of subsoil organic carbon stocks in England and Wales
  387. A mutation (L1014F) in the voltage-gated sodium channel of the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae, is associated with resistance to pyrethroid insecticides
  388. Identification and expression profile of two putative odorant-binding proteins from the neotropical brown stink bug, Euschistus heros (Fabricius) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)
  389. Biomass oil crops: more than a pipe dream?
  390. Distribution and speciation of iron and zinc in grain of two wheat genotypes
  391. An objective approach to model reduction: application to the Sirius wheat model
  392. Small ubiquitin-like modifier protein SUMO enables plants to control growth independently of the phytohormone gibberellin
  393. Minor components of the barley grain: minerals, lipids, terpenoids, phenolics and vitamins
  394. Silicon has opposite effects on the accumulation of inorganic and methylated arsenic species in rice
  395. Oviposition site-selection by Bactrocera dorsalis is mediated through an innate recognition template tuned to gamma-octalactone
  396. Secondary cell wall composition and candidate gene expression in developing willow (Salix purpurea) stems
  397. Spatial variation of trace elements in the peri-urban soil of Madrid
  398. One click and it's gone: posterity in the electronic era
  399. Optimising the content and composition of dietary fibre in wheat grain for end-use quality
  400. Biodiesel co-product (BCP) decreases soil nitrogen (N) losses to groundwater
  401. DELLA activity is required for successful pollen development in the Columbia ecotype of Arabidopsis
  402. Genetic analyses of BaMMV/BaYMV resistance in barley accession HOR4224 result in the identification of an allele of the translation initiation factor 4e (Hv-eIF4E) exclusively effective against Barley mild mosaic virus (BaMMV)
  403. Willows as a source of renewable fuels and diverse products
  404. Effects of livestock breed and rearing experience on foraging behaviour of yearling beef cattle grazing unimproved grasslands
  405. Herbicide resistant weeds: the UK experience
  406. Combined NanoSIMS and synchrotron X-ray fluorescence reveal distinct cellular and subcellular distribution patterns of trace elements in rice tissues
  407. Landmark papers: No. 3. Batjes, N. H. 1996. Total carbon and nitrogen in the soils of the world. European Journal of Soil Science, 47, 151-163
  408. Mycosphaerella graminicola LysM effector-mediated stealth pathogenesis subverts recognition through both CERK1 and CEBiP homologues in wheat
  409. Virus-induced gene silencing as a useful tool for functional genomics in wheat
  410. Nitric oxide sensing in plants is mediated by proteolytic control of group VII ERF transcription factors
  411. The role of gibberellin signalling in plant responses to abiotic stress
  412. Miscanthus combustion properties and variations with Miscanthus agronomy
  413. Bacteria and fungi respond differently to multifactorial climate change in a temperate heathland, traced with 13C-glycine and FACE CO2
  414. Ondex Web: web-based visualization and exploration of heterogeneous biological networks
  415. Genetic transformation of wheat via particle bombardment
  416. Genetic transformation of wheat via Agrobacterium-mediated DNA delivery
  417. Agronomic selenium biofortification in Triticum durum under Mediterranean conditions: from grain to cooked pasta
  418. Iron deprivation results in a rapid but not sustained increase of the expression of genes involved in iron metabolism and sulfate uptake in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) seedlings
  419. A tutorial guide to geostatistics: computing and modelling variograms and kriging
  420. Biofortification of field crops with selenium in Mediterranean conditions
  421. Phosphorus: its efficient use in agriculture
  422. Measuring basal soil respiration across Europe: do incubation temperature and incubation period matter?
  423. Mitigating diffuse pollution from agriculture: international approaches and experience. Editorial
  424. Genotypic variation in the uptake, partitioning and remobilisation of nitrogen during grain-filling in wheat
  425. Effects of nitrogen nutrition on the synthesis and deposition of the ω-gliadins of wheat
  426. Copper toxicity in Chinese cabbage is not influenced by plant sulphur status, but affects sulphur metabolism- related gene expression and the suggested regulatory metabolites
  427. The continuing value of long-term field experiments: insights for achieving food security and environmental integrity
  428. Ecologically sustainable fertility management for the maintenance and species-rich hay meadows: a 12-year fertilizer and lime experiment
  429. Genetics, genomics and crop modelling: integrative approaches to the improvement of biomass willows
  430. Understanding the impact of crop and food production on the water environment - using sugar as a model
  431. Photosynthetic assimilation of 14C into amino acids in potato (Solanum tuberosum) and asparagine in the tubers
  432. Genetic strategies for dissecting complex traits in biomass willows (Salix spp.)
  433. Quantifying the spatial variability of soil physical and chemical properties in relation to mitigation of diffuse water pollution
  434. Insights into nitrogen allocation and recycling from nitrogen elemental analysis and 15N isotope labelling in 14 genotypes of willow
  435. Development and evaluation of a field-based high-throughput phenotyping platform
  436. Employing the citizens' jury technique to elicit reasoned public judgments about environmental risk: insights from an inquiry into the governance of microbial water pollution