2016

  1. The book of the Rothamsted experiments 1905
  2. Ronald Ribbands and “The behavior and social life of honeybees”.
  3. Design of experiments (DOE)—history, concepts, and relevance to "in vitro" culture
  4. Predicted consequences of increased rainfall variability on soil carbon stocks in a semiarid environment
  5. Estimating root: shoot ratio and soil carbon inputs in temperate grasslands with the RothC model
  6. Nutritional Resources for Pollinators from Mass-Flowering Crop Cultivars
  7. The microbiology of lean and obese soil
  8. Raising a glass to personalized medicine
  9. We need to talk
  10. Genome Editing, biochemical superpower?
  11. No man is an island
  12. Ghosts, gases and the Mouse's Petition
  13. The (Christmas) Tree of Knowledge
  14. Automating nitrogen fertiliser management for cereals (Auto-N). AHDB Project Report No.561
  15. Understanding the role of gibberellin signalling in wheat anther development during heat stress
  16. Modelling, interpreting and visualizing uncertainties for the North Wyke Farm Platform baseline field surveys
  17. Spinach in Blunderland: How the myth that spinach is rich in iron became an urban academic legend
  18. Investigating metabolism in the wheat-infecting fungus Zymoseptoria tritici
  19. Fatty Acid Desaturases And Elongases And Uses Thereof (Patent US 9493520 B2 )
  20. Method For The Production Of .gamma.-linolenic Acid And/or Stearidonic Acid In Transgenic Brassicaceae And Linaceae (Patent CA 2625505 C)
  21. Acyltransferases And Uses Thereof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent US 2016/0272951 A1)
  22. Acyltransferases And Uses Thereof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent US 9388437 B2)
  23. The Interaction betweem Migration and Disease in the Fall Armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda
  24. The role of the US Great Plains low-level jet in nocturnal migrant behavior
  25. Enhancing the Productivity in Forage Grasses on the European Scale using Interspecific Hybridization
  26. Michael Elliott CBE. 30 September 1924 — 17 October 2007
  27. The Aspergillus fumigatus SchASCH9 kinase modulates SakAHOG1 MAP kinase activity and it is essential for virulence
  28. A multi-level analysis of China's phosphorus flows to identify options for improved management in agriculture
  29. Scientific opinion on four statements questioning the EU control strategy against Xylella fastidiosa
  30. Treatment solutions to cure Xylella fastidiosa diseased plants
  31. Evaluation of new scientific information on Phyllosticta citricarpa in relation to the EFSA PLH Panel (2014) Scientific Opinion on the plant health risk to the EU
  32. Statement on diversity of Xylella fastidiosa subsp. pauca in Apulia EFSA Panel on Plant Health (PLH)
  33. Susceptibility of Citrus spp., Quercus ilex and Vitis spp. to Xylella fastidiosa strain CoDiRO
  34. Susceptibility of Phoenix roebelenii to Xylella fastidiosa
  35. Risk to plant health of Flavescence doree for the EU territory
  36. Risk assessment and reduction options for Ceratocystis platani in the EU
  37. Risk to plant health of Ditylenchus destructor for the EU territory
  38. Risk assessment and reduction options for Cryphonectria parasitica in the EU
  39. Unraveling the mechanistic complexity of Alzheimer's disease through systems biology
  40. Retraction of the Research Article: “Individualistic sensitivities and exposure to climate change explain variation in species’ distribution and abundance changes”
  41. Indexing the Pseudomonas specialized metabolome enabled the discovery of poaeamide B and the bananamides
  42. Metabolite transport and associated sugar signalling systems underpinning source/sink interactions
  43. GPCRs from fusarium graminearum detection, modeling and virtual screening - the search for new routes to control head blight disease.
  44. Association mapping in Salix viminalis L. (Salicaceae) - identification of candidate genes associated with growth and phenology
  45. Insects as food and feed: European perspectives on recent research and future priorities
  46. Improving the uptake and assimilation of nitrogen in wheat plants
  47. The UK Environmental change network North Wyke the first 20 years (1993-2012)
  48. Vegetation patches increase wind-blown litter accumulation in a semi-arid steppe of northern China
  49. Early Neolithic Agriculture in County Mayo, Republic of Ireland: Geoarchaeology of the Céide Fields, Belderrig, and Rathlackan
  50. Coupled incorporation of maize (Zea mays L.) straw with nitrogen fertilizer increased soil organic carbon in Fluvic Cambisol
  51. Comparison of extraction efficiencies for water-transportable phenols from different land uses
  52. Testing the use of static chamber boxes to monitor greenhouse gas emissions from wood chip storage heaps
  53. A new species of Eucalyptus Psyllid Ctenarytaina Spatulata Taylor, 1997 (Hemiptera: Aphalaridae: Spondyliaspinidinae) recorded from Great Britain
  54. The role of microbial community composition in controlling soil respiration responses to temperature
  55. Runoff- and erosion-driven transport of cattle slurry: linking molecular tracers to hydrological processes
  56. Not poles apart: Antarctic soil fungal communities show similarities to those of the distant Arctic
  57. Changing climate and nutrient transfers: Evidence from high temporal resolution concentration-flow dynamics in headwater catchments
  58. The potential of blue lupins as a protein source, in the diets of laying hens
  59. Impact of modern cattle feeding practices on milk fatty acid stable carbon isotope compositions emphasise the need for caution in selecting reference animal tissues and products for archaeological investigations
  60. Effect of cover crops on greenhouse gas emissions in an irrigated field under integrated soil fertility management
  61. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) coarse grain vegetation data: 1993-2012
  62. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) baseline vegetation data: 1991-2000
  63. Ion channels as insecticide targets
  64. Potential inhibitor effect of hippuric acid on nitrous oxide emissions from grassland on a heavy clay soil
  65. Searching for novel targets to control wheat head blight disease—I-Protein identification,3D modeling and virtual screening
  66. Parametric estimation of water retention using Mgmdh method and principal component analysis
  67. Effect of the application of cattle urine with or without the nitrification inhibitor DCD, and dung on greenhouse gas emissions from a UK grassland soil
  68. Distinct spatial dependency of carbon distribution between soil pools in grassland soil
  69. Negative global phosphorus budgets challenge sustainable intensification of grasslands
  70. The Cahn-Hilliard phase separation principle maybe the tip of an iceberg Comment on "Phase separation driven by density-dependent movement: A novel mechanism for ecological patterns" by Q.-X. Liu et al
  71. Environmental factors influencing aluminium accumulation in tea (Camellia sinensis L.)
  72. Grass material as a modern process standard for C-14 analysis of n-Alkanes
  73. OsHAC1;1 and OsHAC1;2 Function as Arsenate Reductases and Regulate Arsenic Accumulation
  74. Potential global distribution of blueberry twig blight (Diaporthe vaccinii) predicted by two species distribution modeling approaches
  75. Long-term impact of sewage sludge application on soil microbial biomass: An evaluation using meta-analysis
  76. Mass seasonal bioflows of high-flying insect migrants
  77. Resistance mutation conserved between insects and mites unravels the benzoylurea insecticide mode of action on chitin biosynthesis
  78. Long-Term Impact of Field Applications of Sewage Sludge on Soil Antibiotic Resistome
  79. A temporal assessment of nematode community structure and diversity in the rhizosphere of cisgenic Phytophthora infestans-resistant potatoes
  80. Similar estimates of temperature impacts on global wheat yield by three independent methods
  81. Transcriptional reprogramming underpins enhanced plant growth promotion by the biocontrol fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12 during antagonistic interactions with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in soil
  82. Tackling emerging fungal threats to animal health, food security and ecosystem resilience
  83. Modelling coffee leaf rust risk in Colombia with climate reanalysis data
  84. Organic Acids Regulation of Chemical Microbial Phosphorus Transformations in Soils
  85. Predicting Resistance by Mutagenesis: Lessons from 45 Years of MBC Resistance
  86. An indicator highlights seasonal variation in the response of Lepidoptera communities to warming
  87. Aphid Infestation Increases Fusarium langsethiae and T-2 and HT-2 Mycotoxins in Wheat
  88. Responses of Pseudovadonia livida adults to olfactory and visual cues
  89. Combined effects of nitrogen addition and organic matter manipulation on soil respiration in a Chinese pine forest
  90. The energetic and chemical signatures of persistent soil organic matter
  91. Dual-polarization radar products for biological applications
  92. Improving above and below-ground arthropod biodiversity in maize cultivation systems
  93. Uncertainty of wheat water use: Simulated patterns and sensitivity to temperature and CO2
  94. A multi-scale Lattice Boltzmann model for simulating solute transport in 3D X-ray micro-tomography images of aggregated porous materials
  95. Geometrical structures of catalyst layer and their impact on oxygen reduction in proton exchange membrane fuel cell
  96. Extending bioacoustic monitoring of birds aloft through flight call localization with a three-dimensional microphone array
  97. Transdisciplinary weed research: new leverage on challenging weed problems?
  98. Virus Infection of Plants Alters Pollinator Preference: A Payback for Susceptible Hosts?
  99. Contribution of the seed microbiome to weed management
  100. A review of ammonia emission measured using wind tunnels compared with micrometeorological techniques
  101. Translating the Sustainable Development Goals into action: A participatory backcasting approach for developing national agricultural transformation pathways
  102. The contribution of farm-scale experiments to the understanding of soil processes and implications for ecosystem services [Guest Editors' Introduction]
  103. A method-centric 'User Manual' for the mitigation of diffuse water pollution from agriculture
  104. A role for the asexual spores in infection of Fraxinus excelsior by the ash-dieback fungus Hymenoscyphus fraxineus
  105. Development of a multiplex PCR assay to discriminate native Hymenoscyphus albidus and introduced Hymenoscyphus fraxineus in Britain and assess their distribution
  106. OsCHX14 is Involved in the K+ Homeostasis in Rice (Oryza sativa) Flowers
  107. Wind-related orientation patterns in diurnal, crepuscular and nocturnal high-altitude insect migrants
  108. Responses of microbial community from tropical pristine coastal soil to crude oil contamination
  109. The shift of the microbial community in activated sludge with calcium treatment and its implication to sludge settleability
  110. Does conservation agriculture deliver climate change mitigation through soil carbon sequestration in tropical agro-ecosystems?
  111. Insecticide resistance status of Myzus persicae in Greece: long-term surveys and new diagnostics for resistance mechanisms
  112. Denitrification as a source of nitric oxide emissions from incubated soil cores from a UK grassland soil
  113. Induced thiacloprid insensitivity in honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) is associated with up-regulation of detoxification genes
  114. The Zinc-Finger Protein SOP1 Is Required for a Subset of the Nuclear Exosome Functions in Arabidopsis
  115. Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) fatty acid synthase complex: beta-hydroxyacyl- acyl carrier protein dehydratase genes
  116. Increased soil phosphorus availability induced by faba bean root exudation stimulates root growth and phosphorus uptake in neighbouring maize
  117. A Holistic Approach to Understanding the Desorption of Phosphorus in Soils
  118. Heterotrophic Production of Omega-3 Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids by Trophically Converted Marine Diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum
  119. Aluminium alleviates fluoride toxicity in tea (Camellia sinensis)
  120. Agricultural Management and Climatic Change Are the Major Drivers of Biodiversity Change in the UK
  121. Nutrient release from decomposing Eucalyptus harvest residues following simulated management practices in multiple sites in Brazil
  122. Time-Series Transcriptomics Reveals That AGAMOUS-LIKE22 Affects Primary Metabolism and Developmental Processes in Drought-Stressed Arabidopsis
  123. Cultivars to face climate change effects on crops and weeds: a review
  124. Characterising Unintended Effects of Genetic Modification on Expression of Gluten Proteins Involved in IgE-Mediated Allergies and Coeliac Disease Using Proteomics
  125. Impact of liquid water on oxygen reaction in cathode catalyst layer of proton exchange membrane fuel cell: A simple and physically sound model
  126. Genomic Selection in Multi-environment Crop Trials
  127. Novel mutations in the voltage-gated sodium channel of pyrethroid-resistant Varroa destructor populations from the Southeastern USA
  128. A CRISPR/Cas9 mediated point mutation in the alpha 6 subunit of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor confers resistance to spinosad in Drosophila melanogaster
  129. Field evaluation combined with modelling analysis to study fertilizer and tillage as factors affecting N2O emissions: A case study in the Po valley (Northern Italy)
  130. Lumbricus terrestris middens are biological and chemical hotspots in a minimum tillage arable ecosystem
  131. Metabolite Profiling of Sugarcane Genotypes and Identification of Flavonoid Glycosides and Phenolic Acids
  132. Effects of enhancing soil organic carbon sequestration in the topsoil by fertilization on crop productivity and stability: Evidence from long-term experiments with wheat-maize cropping systems in China
  133. Mutation (G275E) of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha 6 subunit is associated with high levels of resistance to spinosyns in Tuta absoluta (Meyrick) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
  134. Misguided phylogenetic comparisons using DGGE excised bands may contaminate public sequence databases
  135. Phenological sensitivity to climate across taxa and trophic levels
  136. A novel pathway of arsenate detoxification
  137. Mitogen activated protein kinases SakA(HOG1) and MpkC collaborate for Aspergillus fumigatus virulence
  138. An Indirect Defence Trait Mediated through Egg-Induced Maize Volatiles from Neighbouring Plants
  139. Legacy effects of grassland management on soil carbon to depth
  140. The Potato Aphid Salivary Effector Me47 Is a Glutathione-S-Transferase Involved in Modifying Plant Responses to Aphid Infestation
  141. Modest enhancements to conventional grassland diversity improve the provision of pollination services
  142. Impact of Grassland Reseeding, Herbicide Spraying and Ploughing on Diversity and Abundance of Soil Arthropods
  143. Similarities and differences in path integration and search in two species of desert ants inhabiting a visually rich and a visually barren habitat
  144. Mosquitoes boost body armor to resist insecticide attack
  145. Modelling impacts of climate change on arable crop diseases: progress, challenges and applications
  146. Influence of ruminal methane on digesta retention and digestive physiology in non-lactating dairy cattle
  147. Spatial mathematics: Theory and practice through mapping : Book review
  148. Nutritional Evaluation of an EPA-DHA Oil from Transgenic Camelina sativa in Feeds for Post-Smolt Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.)
  149. Replacement of Marine Fish Oil with de novo Omega-3 Oils from Transgenic Camelina sativa in Feeds for Gilthead Sea Bream (Sparus aurata L.)
  150. Using ICT to Strengthen Agricultural Extension Systems for Plant Health
  151. Effects of including forage herbs in grass-legume mixtures on persistence of intensively managed pastures sampled across three age categories and five regions
  152. Life-long radar tracking of bumblebees
  153. Endophytic bacterial community composition in wheat (Triticum aestivum) is determined by plant tissue type, developmental stage and soil nutrient availability
  154. O-GlcNAcylation of master growth repressor DELLA by SECRET AGENT modulates multiple signaling pathways in Arabidopsis
  155. Morphological responses of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) roots to phosphorus supply in two contrasting soils
  156. Three-dimensional pore structure and carbon distribution of macroaggregates in biochar-amended soil
  157. N2O source partitioning in soils using N-15 site preference values corrected for the N2O reduction effect
  158. Combined Applications of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizers with Manure Increase Maize Yield and Nutrient Uptake via Stimulating Root Growth in a Long-Term Experiment
  159. Creation of micro-topographic features: a new tool for introducing specialist species of calcareous grassland to restored sites?
  160. A transgenic Camelina sativa seed oil effectively replaces fish oil as a dietary source of eicosapentaenoic acid in mice
  161. Flow regulation manipulates contemporary seasonal sedimentary dynamics in the reservoir fluctuation zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
  162. Lumbricus terrestris abundance is not enhanced after three years of compost amendments on a reduced tillage wheat cultivation conversion
  163. On the theory of Brutsaert about elastic wave speeds in unsaturated soils
  164. Identifying risk factors for exposure to culturable allergenic moulds in energy efficient homes by using highly specific monoclonal antibodies
  165. Special Issue: The Impact of Climate Change on Fungal Aerosols
  166. Derivation of ecological standards for risk assessment of molybdate in soil
  167. Intragenus competition between coccolithoviruses: an insight on how a select few can come to dominate many
  168. Pseudomonas spp. diversity is negatively associated with suppression of the wheat take-all pathogen
  169. Best available technology for European livestock farms: Availability, effectiveness and uptake
  170. Discharge and nutrient uncertainty: implications for nutrient flux estimation in small streams
  171. Agronomic improvements can make future cereal systems in South Asia far more productive and result in a lower environmental footprint
  172. Effect of climate change on sporulation of the teleomorphs of Leptosphaeria species causing stem canker of brassicas
  173. Optimizing rice plant photosynthate allocation reduces N2O emissions from paddy fields
  174. Identification of environmentally stable QTL for resistance against Leptosphaeria maculans in oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  175. Can species-rich grasslands be established on former intensively managed arable soils?
  176. Development of emission factors and efficiency of two nitrification inhibitors, DCD and DMPP
  177. Adaptive strategies in nocturnally migrating insects and songbirds: contrasting responses to wind
  178. Spatial and temporal patterns in symptom expression within eight woodlands affected by Acute Oak Decline
  179. Networking our way to better ecosystem service provision
  180. How do emission rates and emission factors for nitrous oxide and ammonia vary with manure type and time of application in a Scottish farmland?
  181. The free-living rhizosphere fungus Trichoderma hamatum GD12 enhances clover productivity in clover-ryegrass mixtures
  182. Climate forcing of an emerging pathogenic fungus across a montane multi-host community
  183. Monitoring invasive pathogens in plant nurseries for early-detection and to minimise the probability of escape
  184. Changes in antibiotic concentrations and antibiotic resistome during commercial composting of animal manures
  185. Assessing on-farm productivity of Miscanthus crops by combining soil mapping, yield modelling and remote sensing
  186. DELLA Proteins: Master regulators of gibberellin-responsive growth and development
  187. Genetic control of gibberellin metabolism and signalling in crop improvement
  188. Gibberellin biosynthesis in higher plants
  189. Potassium management in soils and crops: a review
  190. Wet and dry nitrogen deposition in the central Sichuan Basin of China
  191. Distinct respiratory responses of soils to complex organic substrate are governed predominantly by soil architecture and its microbial community
  192. On the origin of carbon dioxide released from rewetted soils
  193. A simple model to predict soil penetrometer resistance as a function of density, drying and depth in the field
  194. 150 years of macronutrient change in unfertilized UK ecosystems: Observations vs simulations
  195. Major crop species show differential balance between root morphological and physiological responses to variable phosphorus supply
  196. Spatial and seasonal variations of atmospheric sulfur concentrations and dry deposition at 16 rural and suburban sites in China
  197. Population collapse of Lumbricus terrestris in conventional arable cultivations and response to straw applications
  198. Developing integrated crop knowledge networks to advance candidate gene discovery
  199. Contrasting Roles of Deoxynivalenol and Nivalenol in Host-Mediated Interactions between Fusarium graminearum and Sitobion avenae
  200. A Lattice Boltzmann model for simulating water flow at pore scale in unsaturated soils
  201. Short-term biotic removal of dissolved organic nitrogen( DON) compounds from soil solution and subsequent mineralisation in contrasting grassland soils
  202. A loss-of-function allele of OsHMA3 associated with high cadmium accumulation in shoots and grain of Japonica rice cultivars
  203. The role of OsPT8 in arsenate uptake and varietal difference in arsenate tolerance in rice
  204. A new approach to estimate nitrous oxide emissions from arable crops in the United Kingdom
  205. Effect of compaction on nitrous oxide and nitrogen emissions from UK soils
  206. Fine sediment transport and management
  207. High throughput field phenotyping of wheat plant height and growth rate in field plot trials using UAV based remote sensing
  208. An evolutionary conserved wall-associated kinase like protein controls gene-for gene resistance to Zymoseptoria tritici in wheat
  209. Long-term impact of sewage sludge application on Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii: an evaluation using meta-analysis
  210. Dual Fatty Acid Elongase Complex Interactions in Arabidopsis
  211. Sunflower HaGPAT9-1 is the predominant GPAT during seed development
  212. Metabolome analysis reveals betaine lipids as major source for triglyceride formation, and the accumulation of sedoheptulose during nitrogen-starvation of Phaeodactylum tricornutum
  213. Silage and total mixed ration hygienic quality on commercial farms: implications for animal production
  214. Geographically weighted regression with parameter-specific distance metrics
  215. Use of farm survey returns from the Demonstration Test Catchments to update modelled predictions of sediment and total phosphorus loadings from subsurface drains across England and Wales
  216. Understanding the controls on deposited fine sediment in the streams of agricultural catchments
  217. Tackling agricultural diffuse pollution: What might uptake of farmer-preferred measures deliver for emissions to water and air?
  218. Sediment-phosphorus dynamics can shift aquatic ecology and cause downstream legacy effects after wildfire in large river systems
  219. Seasonal persistence of faecal indicator organisms in soil following dairy slurry application to land by surface broadcasting and shallow injection
  220. Mapping the combined risk of agricultural fine sediment input and accumulation for riverine ecosystems across England and Wales
  221. Lattice Boltzmann method for the fractional advection-diffusion equation
  222. Key challenges and priorities for modelling European grasslands under climate change
  223. Interpreting sedimentation dynamics at Longxi catchment in the Three Gorges Area, China, using Cs-137 activity, particle size and rainfall erosivity
  224. Improving land cover classification using input variables derived from a geographically weighted principal components analysis
  225. Greenhouse gas fluxes from a grazed grassland soil after slurry injections and mineral fertilizer applications under the Atlantic climatic conditions of NW Spain
  226. Grazing intensity and driving factors affect soil nitrous oxide fluxes during the growing seasons in the Hulunber meadow steppe of China
  227. Geographically weighted evidence combination approaches for combining discordant and inconsistent volunteered geographical information
  228. Exceedance of modern 'background' fine-grained sediment delivery to rivers due to current agricultural land use and uptake of water pollution mitigation options across England and Wales
  229. Climate change and N2O emissions from South West England grasslands: A modelling approach
  230. Carbon amendment and soil depth affect the distribution and abundance of denitrifiers in agricultural soils
  231. Assessment of bioavailable organic phosphorus in tropical forest soils by organic acid extraction and phosphatase hydrolysis
  232. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soil and roots respond differently to phosphorus inputs in an intensively managed calcareous agricultural soil
  233. Acclimation of biochemical and diffusive components of photosynthesis in rice, wheat, and maize to heat and water deficit: implications for modeling photosynthesis
  234. Resistance management: we know why but so we know how?
  235. Plans for a pest risk assessment of Diaporthe vaccinii in the European Union by the Plant Health Panel of the European Food Safety Authority
  236. Evolution of recessive resistance genes against the bymovirus disease of barley
  237. A detailed curation of the Zymoseptoria tritici IPO323 gene annotation
  238. Resurrecting a 750-year-old plant virus
  239. A genomics approach to identify effectors in Rhynchosporium commune essential for pathogenicity on barley
  240. A cytotoxic effector from the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  241. Solanaceous species recognise a novel PAMP from Rhynchosporium commune
  242. The wheat Stb6 gene controlling a gene-for-gene resistance to Zymoseptoria tritici encodes a wall-associated kinase like protein
  243. Effector biology of Zymoseptoria tritici during interactions with wheat and with non-host plants
  244. Wheat homologues of BAK1 contribute to basal resistance against Zymoseptoria tritici and Fusarium graminearum
  245. Neotrophic effectors from Zymoseptoria tritici
  246. A novel fungal PAMP identified in Rhynchosporium commune is recognised in dicots
  247. Using the phenotypic information in the pathogen-host interactions database (PHI-BASE) to explore Fusarium and Magnaporthe genomes, transcriptomes and proteomes
  248. Back trajectories and DNA-based species-specific detection allow tracking the transport of fungi in air masses – a case study of Leptosphaeria biglobosa spore transport from Jutland Peninsula to NW Poland
  249. How far can oak pollen be transported in the atmosphere in a single day?
  250. Relationship between airborne pollen grains, wind direction and land use in SW of Iberian Peninsula using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  251. Pollen dispersal in a hybrid cereal canopy
  252. Foreword: Biotechnology of major cereals
  253. Wheat biotechnology: recent developments and future trends
  254. Chloroplast transformation in cereals
  255. First draft genome sequence of a UK strain (UK99) of Fusarium culmorum
  256. The unique contribution of Rothamsted to ecological research at large temporal scales
  257. Comparative genomics to explore phylogenetic relationship, cryptic sexual potential and host specificity of Rhynchosporium species on grasses
  258. Validation of reference genes for qRT-PCR analysis in Megoura viciae (Hemiptera Aphididae)
  259. Insecticide resistance mediated by an exon skipping event.
  260. Cultivation and impact of wheat
  261. Effects of fungicide treatment on free amino acid concentration and acrylamide-forming potential in wheat
  262. Chemical intervention in plant sugar signalling increases yield and resilience
  263. Surveying Rubisco diversity and temperature response to improve crop photosynthetic efficiency
  264. Plant volatile-mediated signalling and its application in agriculture: successes and challenges
  265. Emerging agricultural biotechnologies for sustainable agriculture and food security
  266. The genome of the emerging barley pathogen Ramularia collo-cygni
  267. Genomic advancement: aiming to affirm and improve human life
  268. Consolidating soil carbon turnover models by improved estimates of belowground carbon input
  269. Editorial: Journal of Cereal Science
  270. The evolution of fungicide resistance resulting from combinations of foliar-acting systemic seed treatments and foliar-applied fungicides: a modeling analysis
  271. Dimerization of the vacuolar receptors AtRMR1 and-2 from Arabidopsis thaliana contributes to their localization in the trans-Golgi Network
  272. Detection, identification, and significance of phytoplasmas in wild grasses in East Africa
  273. Averting a malaria disaster: will insecticide resistance derail malaria control?
  274. The significance of Napier Grass Stunt Phytoplasma and its transmission to cereals and sugarcane
  275. The essential need for GM crops
  276. A metabolic gene cluster in the wheat W1 and the barley Cer-cqu loci determines beta-diketone biosynthesis and glaucousness
  277. Optimal search patterns in honeybee orientation flights are robust against emerging infectious diseases
  278. Dioxygenase-encoding AtDAO1 gene controls IAA oxidation and homeostasis in Arabidopsis
  279. Field evaluation of synthetic aphid sex pheromone in enhancing suppression of aphid abundance by their natural enemies
  280. Genome-wide analysis of autophagy-associated genes in foxtail millet (Setaria italica L.) and characterization of the function of SiATG8a in conferring tolerance to nitrogen starvation in rice
  281. Boundary line analysis of the effect of water-filled pore space on nitrous oxide emission from cores of arable soil
  282. Can we create a new Green Revolution to avert the coming global food crisis?
  283. Field Scanalyzer: An automated robotic field phenotyping platform for detailed crop monitoring
  284. Madeira-a tourist destination for asthma sufferers
  285. Airborne Quercus pollen in SW Spain: Identifying favourable conditions for atmospheric transport and potential source areas
  286. Back-trajectory modelling and DNA-based species-specific detection methods allow tracking of fungal spore transport in air masses
  287. Contribution of Leptosphaeria species ascospores to autumn asthma in areas of oilseed rape production
  288. Comparisons of fungal spore distributions using air sampling at Worcester, England (2006–2010)
  289. Take-all or nothing
  290. ACYL-ACYL CARRIER PROTEIN DESATURASE2 and 3 are responsible for making omega-7 fatty acids in the Arabidopsis aleurone
  291. Acutifoliside, a novel benzoic acid glycoside from Salix acutifolia
  292. Orientation in high-flying migrant insects in relation to flows: mechanisms and strategies
  293. Change from paddy rice to vegetable growing changes nitrogen-cycling microbial communities and their variation with depth in the soil
  294. Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 49: The Gibberellins
  295. Signatures of a globally optimal searching strategy in the three-dimensional foraging flights of bumblebees
  296. The natural plant stress elicitor cis-jasmone causes cultivar-dependent reduction in growth of the stink bug, Euschistus heros and associated changes in flavonoid concentrations in soybean, Glycine max
  297. Azole fungicides: still live after all these years
  298. Push-pull: chemical ecology-based integrated pest management technology
  299. Proposal for a unified nomenclature for target-site mutations associated with resistance to fungicides.
  300. Differential gene expression according to race and host plant in the pea aphid
  301. Quantification of brown dog tick repellents, 2-hexanone and benzaldehyde, and release from tick-resistant beagles, Canis lupus familiaris.
  302. Multifaceted biological insights from a draft genome sequence of the tobacco hornworm moth Manduca sexta
  303. Representing and querying disease networks using graph databases
  304. Reduced nitrogen dominated nitrogen deposition in the United States but its contribution to nitrogen deposition in China decreased
  305. Disruption of host-seeking behaviour by the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, using botanically derived repellents
  306. Swarm dynamics may give rise to Lévy flights
  307. Forecasting methodologies for Ganoderma spore concentration using combined statistical approaches and model evaluations
  308. Is modern wheat bad for health?
  309. β-Ionone as putative semiochemical suggested by ligand binding on an odorant-binding protein of Hylamorpha elegans and electroantennographic recordings
  310. Arsenic methylation in Arabidopsis thaliana expressing an algal arsenite methyltransferase gene increases arsenic phytotoxicity
  311. Phytotoxicity and detoxification mechanism differ among inorganic and methylated arsenic species in Arabidopsis thaliana
  312. Molecular and functional characterisation of a candidate sex pheromone receptor OR1 in Spondoptera litura
  313. A role for BAK1 in the Zymoseptoria tritici-wheat interaction
  314. Isotopomer mapping approach to determine N2O production pathways and N2O reduction
  315. Improving the health benefits of wheat
  316. Reducing the acrylamide-forming potential of wheat
  317. The use of substituted alkynyl phenoxy derivatives of piperonyl butoxide to control insecticide-resistant pests
  318. RNAseq reveals hydrophobins that are involved in the adaptation of Aspergillus nidulans to lignocellulose
  319. Structure-based virtual screening of hypothetical inhibitors of the enzyme longiborneal synthase - a potential target to reduce Fusarium head blight disease
  320. Greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions from slurry storage: impacts of temperature and potential mitigation through covering (pig slurry) or acidification (cattle slurry)
  321. Automated monitoring of urination events from grazing cattle
  322. Flight performance of actively foraging honey bees is reduced by a common pathogen
  323. Defining and quantifying the resilience of responses to disturbance: a conceptual and modelling approach from soil science
  324. Plant sphingolipids: their importance in cellular organization and adaption
  325. Dose and number of applications that maximise fungicide effective life exemplified by Zymoseptoria tritici on wheat - a model analysis
  326. The North Wyke Farm Platform: effect of temperate grassland farming systems on soil moisture contents, runoff and associated water quality dynamics
  327. Wheat seed embryo excision enables the creation of axenic seedlings and Koch's postulates testing of putative bacterial endophytes
  328. Spatial variation in soil properties and diffuse losses between and within grassland fields with similar short-term management
  329. Dry matter losses and methane emissions during wood chip storage: the impact on full life cycle greenhouse gas savings of short rotation coppice willow for heat
  330. The distribution of soil insects across three spatial scales in agricultural grassland
  331. How well does Miscanthus ensile for use in an anaerobic digestion plant?
  332. Synthetic redesign of plant lipid metabolism
  333. How to move an amphipathic molecule across a lipid bilayer: different mechanisms for different ABC transporters?
  334. Contrasting temperature responses of dissolved organic carbon and phenols leached from soils
  335. Sustainable grassland systems: a modelling perspective based on the North Wyke Farm Platform
  336. Quantifying interspecific variation in dispersal ability of noctuid moths using an advanced tethered flight technique
  337. Comparative evaluation of GHG emissions from the use of Miscanthus for bio-hydrocarbon production via fast pyrolysis and bio-oil upgrading
  338. Multi-wheat-model ensemble responses to interannual climate variability
  339. Evidence for increases in vegetation species richness across UK Environmental Change Network sites linked to changes in air pollution and weather patterns
  340. Publishing FAIR data: an exemplar methodology utilizing PHI-base
  341. Signatures of chaos in animal search patterns
  342. Levy patterns in seabirds are multifaceted describing both spatial and temporal patterning
  343. Interactions of sulfate with other nutrients as revealed by H2S fumigation of Chinese cabbage
  344. Changes in free amino acid concentration in rye grain in response to nitrogen and sulphur availability, and expression analysis of genes involved in asparagine metabolism
  345. Comparative transcriptomic analyses of Zymoseptoria tritici strains show complex lifestyle transitions and intraspecific variability in transcription profiles
  346. Trends and variability in weather and atmospheric deposition at UK Environmental Change Network sites (1993-2012)
  347. Revisiting the male-produced aggregation pheromone of lesser mealworm, Alphitobius diaperinus (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae): identification of a six-component pheromone from a Brazilian population
  348. Influence of two acyclic homoterpenes (tetranorterpenes) on the foraging behaviour of Anthonomus grandis Boh
  349. How good is the evidence to support investment in soil protection?
  350. Novel European free-living, non-diazotrophic Bradyrhizobium isolates from contrasting soils that lack nodulation and nitrogen fixation genes - a genome comparison
  351. Long-term management changes in topsoil and subsoil organic carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a temperate agricultural system
  352. Soil acidification and the importance of liming agricultural soils with particular reference to the United Kingdom
  353. Deep roots and soil structure
  354. Leaf photosynthesis and associations with grain yield, biomass and nitrogen-use efficiency in landraces, synthetic-derived lines and cultivars in wheat
  355. Analysis of temporal change in delivery of ecosystem services over 20 years at long term monitoring sites of the UK Environmental Change Network
  356. Expression of castor LPAT2 enhances ricinoleic acid content at the sn-2 position of triacylglycerols in lesquerella seed
  357. Efficient arsenic methylation and volatilization mediated by a novel bacterium from an arsenic-contaminated paddy soil
  358. Implementing land-use and ecosystem service effects into an integrated bioenergy value chain optimisation framework
  359. Detection and quantification of airborne inoculum of Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici using quantitative PCR
  360. The CROPROTECT project and wider opportunities to improve farm productivity through web-based knowledge exchange
  361. Identification and field evaluation of the sex pheromone of a Brazilian population of Spodoptera cosmioides
  362. UAS-based soil carbon mapping using VIS-NIR (480-1000 nm) multi-spectral imaging: potential and limitations
  363. Elucidating the impact of nitrate and labile carbon application on spatial heterogeneity of denitrification by 15N modelling
  364. Verifying the UK N2O emission inventory with tall tower measurements
  365. Annual Project Report March 2015 to Feb 2016. Report to AHDB on Project RD-2140022105: Arable Crop Diease Alert System
  366. Cloning of Stb6 - the first gene conferring race-specific resistance against the Septoria tritici blotch disease
  367. Responses of the two-spotted oak buprestid, Agrilus biguttatus (Coleoptera:Buprestidae) to host tree volatiles
  368. Improving wheat to remove coeliac epitopes but retain functionality
  369. Do we need to worry about eating wheat?
  370. The protein chemistry of dicotyledenonous grains
  371. Protein synthesis and deposition
  372. Horn fly larval survival in cattle dung is reduced by endophyte infection of tall fescue pasture
  373. Crystal structures and binding dynamics of odorant-binding protein 3 from two aphid species Megoura viciae and Nasonovia ribisnigri
  374. Multi-platform metabolomics analyses of a broad collection of fragrant and non-fragrant rice varieties reveals the high complexity of grain quality characteristics
  375. The potential for land sparing to offset greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture
  376. Dissecting the molecular interactions between wheat and the fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  377. Biosynthesis of natural and novel C-glycosylflavones utilising recombinant Oryza sativa C-glycosyltransferase (OsCGT) and Desmodium incanum root proteins
  378. Triticum monococcum lines with distinct metabolic phenotypes and phloem-based partial resistance to the bird cherry-oat aphid Rhopalosiphum padi
  379. Using NMR-based metabolomics to evaluate postprandial urinary responses following consumption of minimally processed wheat bran or wheat aleurone by men and women
  380. Nanoparticles within WWTP sludges have minimal impact on leachate quality and soil microbial community structure and function
  381. Extractability and characteristics of proteins deriving from wheat DDGS
  382. Development of a sink-source interaction model for the growth of short-rotation coppice willow and in silico exploration of genotype x environment effects
  383. Control of arable crop pathogens: climate change mitigation, impacts and adaptation
  384. Potential impact of climate change on fungal distributions: analysis of 2 years of contrasting weather in the UK
  385. The dynamics of protein body formation in developing wheat grain
  386. Maize landraces are less affected by Striga hermonthica relative to hybrids in Western Kenya
  387. Salicylic acid treatment and expression of an RNA-dependent RNA polymerase 1 transgene inhibit lethal symptoms and meristem invasion during tobacco mosaic virus infection in Nicotiana benthamiana
  388. Global nitrogen budgets in cereals: a 50-year assessment for maize, rice and wheat production systems
  389. Determining the longer term decline in plant-available soil phosphorus from short-term measured values
  390. Genome size and ploidy influence angiosperm species' biomass under nitrogen and phosphorus limitation
  391. Food safety: structure and expression of the asparagine synthetase gene family of wheat
  392. Nitrous oxide emissions from livestock urine and dung
  393. The contribution of Aspergillus fumigatus stress responses to virulence and antifungal resistance
  394. Unique features of a global human ectoparasite identified through sequencing of the bed bug genome
  395. Overexpression of the potassium channel TPKb in small vacuoles confers osmotic and drought tolerance to rice
  396. Atmospheric H2S and SO2 as sulfur sources for Brassica juncea and Brassica rapa: regulation of sulfur uptake and assimilation
  397. Rubisco catalytic properties of wild and domesticated relatives provide scope for improving wheat photosynthesis
  398. PhytoPath: an integrative resource for plant pathogen genomics
  399. Identification of wild-oats (Rothamsted technical publication, 2016)
  400. Modelling the electrical conductivity of soil in the Yangtze delta in three dimensions
  401. Last-century increases in intrinsic water-use efficiency of grassland communities have occurred over a wide range of vegetation composition, nutrient inputs and soil pH
  402. Planting seeds for the future of food
  403. Greenhouse gas emissions from a reseeded grassland on the North Wyke Farm Platform
  404. Greenhouse gas emissions and stocks of soil carbon and nitrogen from a 20-year fertilised wheat-maize intercropping system: a model approach
  405. Modelling and predicting crop yield, soil carbon and nitrogen stocks under climate change scenarios with fertiliser management in the North China Plain
  406. The changing trend in nitrate concentrations in major aquifers due to historical nitrate loading from agricultural land across England and Wales from 1925 to 2150
  407. Biochemical characterization of predicted Precambrian RuBisCo
  408. Does fine sediment source as well as quantity affect salmonid embryo mortality and development?
  409. Visualisation of plastid degradation in sperm cells of wheat pollen
  410. Transgenic tobacco plants with improved cyanobacterial Rubisco expression but no extra assembly factors grow at near wild-type rates if provided with elevated CO2
  411. Designing a sampling scheme to reveal correlations between weeds and soil properties at multiple spatial scales
  412. A review of the policies and implementation of practices to decrease water quality impairment by phosphorus in New Zealand, the UK and the US
  413. The Minkowski approach for choosing the distance metric in geographically weighted regression
  414. Using hysteresis analysis of high-resolution water quality monitoring data, including uncertainty, to infer controls on nutrient and sediment transfer in catchments
  415. Stocks and flows of natural and human-derived capital in ecosystem services
  416. Data mining the North Wyke Farm Platform data sets
  417. Contextualized geographically weighted principal components analysis for investigating baseline soils data on the North Wyke Farm Platform
  418. Grazing behaviour, urine composition and soil properties are key drivers of nitrous oxide emissions from livestock urine in the uplands (Uplands - N2O)
  419. The impact of fertilizer management on the oxidation status of terrestrial organic matter
  420. Dry matter losses and greenhouse gas emissions from outside storage of short rotation coppice willow chip
  421. Changes in large-scale climate alter spatial synchrony of aphid pests
  422. Temperature determines size and direction of effects of elevated CO2 and nitrogen form on yield quantity and quality of Chinese cabbage
  423. Dedicated biomass crops can enhance biodiversity in the arable landscape
  424. The trans-kingdom identification of negative regulators of pathogen hypervirulence
  425. Technical note: testing an improved index for analysing storm discharge-nutrient hysteresis
  426. Extent, frequency and rate of water erosion of arable land in Britain - benefits and challenges for modelling
  427. Agricultural nematology in East and Southern Africa: problems, management strategies and stakeholder linkages
  428. Cassava brown streak disease and the sustainability of a clean seed system
  429. The potential of decision support systems to improve risk assessment for pollen beetle management in winter oilseed rape
  430. 1H-NMR screening for the high-throughput determination of genotype and environmental effects on the content of asparagine in wheat grain
  431. Field-evolved resistance to imidacloprid and ethiprole in populations of brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens collected from across South and East Asia
  432. Plant peroxisomes: protein import, dynamics and metabolite transport
  433. Effect of suppression of arabinoxylan synthetic genes in wheat endosperm on chain length of arabinoxylan and extract viscosity
  434. Influence of temperature during grain filling on gluten viscoelastic properties and gluten protein composition
  435. Relationship between Alkylpyrazine and Acrylamide Formation in Potato Chips
  436. Reducing the Acrylamide-Forming Potential of Wheat, Rye and Potato: A Review [Chapter 4]
  437. Acrylamide in cereals: the problem, and potential genetic and agronomic solutions