1. Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Inventory Research Platform - InveN2Ory. Fertiliser experimental site in Bedfordshire, 2011
  2. Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Inventory Research Platform - InveN2Ory. Fertiliser experimental site in Devon, 2013
  3. Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Inventory Research Platform - InveN2Ory. Dung and urine experimental site in Devon, 2012
  4. Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Inventory Research Platform - InveN2Ory. Manure experimental site in Devon, 2011-12
  5. The Effect of N Fertiliser forms on N2O emissions from UK arable and grassland. Experimental site in Devon, 2004
  6. Nitrous Oxide and Ammonia Emissions from Multiple Pollutant Cracking Clay Experimental Sites. Devon, 2010
  7. Nitrous Oxide and Ammonia Emissions from Multiple Pollutant Cracking Clay Experimental Sites. Devon, 2008-09
  8. Nitrous Oxide and Ammonia Emissions from Multiple Pollutant Cracking Clay Experimental Sites. Devon, 2010-11
  9. Nitrification inhibitors and fertiliser nitrogen application timing strategies to reduce N2O. Slurry site in Devon, 2010-11
  10. Nitrification inhibitors and fertiliser nitrogen application timing strategies to reduce N2O. Urine site in Devon, 2012
  11. Nitrification inhibitors and fertiliser nitrogen application timing strategies to reduce N2O. Site in Devon, 2011
  12. Nitrification inhibitors and fertiliser nitrogen application timing strategies to reduce N2O. Site in Devon, 2010
  13. Impacts of 120 years of fertilizer addition on a temperate grassland ecosystem.
  14. Long-term effect of temperature on honey yield and honeybee phenology
  15. Milled cereal straw accelerates earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) growth more than selected organic amendments Corrigendum
  16. The Nodulin 26-like intrinsic membrane protein OsNIP3;2 is involved in arsenite uptake by lateral roots in rice
  17. The Regulatory Mechanisms Controlling Zinc Content in Wheat
  18. Which brome is that?
  19. Make Open Science your New Year's Resolution
  20. We are not alone
  21. Vaccination: still a challenge, always a hope
  22. You've never had it so good (in the lab)
  23. Meeting expectations
  24. It's “Goodbye” from me and “Hello” from him
  25. Improvement of soil structure and crop yield by adding organic matter to soil (AHDB Project Report No.576)
  26. Using the response–effect trait framework to quantify the value of fallow patches in agricultural landscapes to pollinators
  27. Foundational and Translational Research Opportunities to Improve Plant Health
  28. Genetic analysis of Pyrenopeziza brassicae, cause of light leaf spot of brassicas, in the European Union, Oceania, and North America
  29. Rapid generation of a transgene-free powdery mildew resistant tomato by genome deletion
  30. Characterisation and development of the bovine respiratory microbiome
  31. Network approaches for exploring predicted proteins of unknown function in the sequenced genomes of plant pathogenic fungi
  32. Exploring the genetic and mechanistic basis of resistance to take-all disease in wheat’
  33. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent EP 2669380 B1)
  34. Novel Fatty Acid Desaturases And Elongases And Uses Thereof (Patent US 2017/0067070 A1)
  35. Desaturase And Method For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent CA 2723072 C)
  36. Geographically Weighted Structural Equation Models: understanding the spatial variation of latent variables and drivers of environmental restoration effectiveness
  37. Gauging policy-driven large-scale vegetation restoration programmes under a changing environment: their effectiveness and socioeconomic relationships
  38. Acyltransferases And Uses Therof In Fatty Acid Production (Patent EP 2585603 B1)
  39. Process For Producing A Polyunsatured Fatty Acid Comprising Arachidonic Acid (Patent EP 2380984 B1)
  40. Detection of biotic and abiotic stresses in crops by using hierarchical self organizing classifiers
  41. The role of Tre6P and SnRK1 in maize early kernel development and events leading to stress-induced kernel abortion
  42. Metabolomic Tools to Assess the Chemistry and Bioactivity of Endophytic Aspergillus Strain
  43. Field-scale evaluation of biosolids-derived organomineral fertilizers applied to winter wheat in England
  44. Effects of Dry and Wet Sieving of Soil on Identification and Interpretation of Microbial Community Composition
  45. Plant virus epidemiology: applications and prospects for mathematical modeling and analysis to improve understanding and disease control
  46. Identification of pest and disease resistance in the UK OREGIN Brassica biodiversity collection
  47. Lolium multiflorum : aspects of herbicide resistance, agro-ecology and effects on crop yield in wheat crops
  48. Does variable soil pH have an effect on the within-field distribution of A. Myosuroides?
  49. Selection for resistance to mesosulfuron + iodosulfuron in Alopecurus myosuroides and implications for the efficacy of other herbicides
  50. Strategies to delay the development of fungicide resistance : Alternation , mixtures or restricting the number of treatments?
  51. Novel grasslands for agricultural production and flood mitigation
  52. Can diverse forage mixtures optimise ruminant animal production, resilience and environmental impact?
  53. Cadmium transfer from soil to plants and its potential risk to human health
  54. A methodology to link national and local information for spatial targeting of ammonia mitigation efforts
  55. Step changes in leaf oil accumulation via iterative metabolic engineering
  56. Levels of rhizome endophytic fungi fluctuate in Paris polyphylla var. yunnanensis as plants age
  57. Janzen-Connell patterns are not the result of Janzen-Connell process: Oak recruitment in temperate forests
  58. Impacts of water and nitrogen addition on nitrogen recovery in Haloxylon ammodendron dominated desert ecosystems
  59. Growth capacity in wild tomatoes and relatives correlates with original climate in arid and semi-arid species
  60. Genetic mitigation strategies to tackle agricultural GHG emissions: The case for biological nitrification inhibition technology
  61. A generalised individual-based algorithm for modelling the evolution of quantitative herbicide resistance in arable weed populations
  62. Overexpression of the class I homeodomain transcription factor TaHDZipI‐5 increases drought and frost tolerance in transgenic wheat
  63. A Survey: Potential Impact of Genetically Modified Maize Tolerant to Drought or Resistant to Stem Borers in Uganda
  64. Determining the migration duration of rice leaf folder (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Guenee)) moths using a trajectory analytical approach
  65. Chapter One - Fungi, Food Crops, and Biosecurity: Advances and Challenges
  66. TPS46, a Rice Terpene Synthase Conferring Natural Resistance to Bird Cherry-Oat Aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi (Linnaeus)
  67. The interactions of piperonyl butoxide and analogues with the metabolic enzymes FE4 and CYP6CY3 of the green peach aphid Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  68. Insecticidal effects of deltamethrin in laboratory and field populations of Culicoides species: how effective are hostcontact reduction methods in India
  69. Evaluation of synthetic oviposition stimulants to enhance egg collection of the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae)
  70. Drought-tolerant Desmodium species effectively suppress parasitic striga weed and improve cereal grain yields in western Kenya
  71. Cucumber mosaic virus and its 2b protein alter emission of host volatile organic compounds but not aphid vector settling in tobacco
  72. A maize landrace that emits defense volatiles in response to herbivore eggs possesses a strongly inducible terpene synthase gene
  73. On-farm assessment of site-specific nutrient management for rainfed lowland rice in the Philippines
  74. Crop model improvement reduces the uncertainty of the response to temperature of multi-model ensembles
  75. Windborne migration of Auchenorrhyncha (Hemiptera) over Britain
  76. Wind-assisted long-distance migration of malaria mosquitoes in the Sahel
  77. The basic reproduction number of vector-borne plant virus epidemics
  78. Swarms of brown planthopper migrate into the lower Yangtze River Valley under strong western Pacific subtropical highs
  79. Spatial Analysis of Temporal Changes in the Pandemic of Severe Cassava Mosaic Disease in Northwestern Tanzania
  80. Simulating soil carbon sequestration from long term fertilizer and manure additions under continuous wheat using the DailyDayCent model
  81. Response to the Letter to the Editor Regarding Our Viewpoint "Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: A Nitrogen Dilemma"
  82. Physiological traits determining yield tolerance of wheat to foliar diseases
  83. Perspectives on cereal science and technology: Papers presented at the 15th International Cereal and Bread Congress, 18 to 21 April 2016, Istanbul (Turkey)
  84. Nitrogen loss from karst area in China in recent 50 years: An in-situ simulated rainfall experiment's assessment
  85. Landscape-scale assessments of stable carbon isotopes in soil under diverse vegetation classes in East Africa: application of near-infrared spectroscopy
  86. Is there sufficient Ensifer and Rhizobium species diversity in UK farmland soils to support red clover (Trifolium pratense), white clover (T. repens), lucerne (Medicago sativa) and black medic (M. lupulina)?
  87. Investigating the influence of plasmodium infection on the human volatile odour profile in an endemic setting
  88. Indoor residual spraying for malaria control using bendiocarb reduces kdr L1014S homozygote frequency in Anopheles gambiae s.s.
  89. Genetic relationships between spring emergence, canopy phenology, and biomass yield increase the accuracy of genomic prediction in Miscanthus
  90. Formation of large viroplasms and virulence of Cauliflower mosaic virus in turnip plants depend on the N-terminal EKI sequence of viral protein TAV
  91. Epidemiology: Past, Present, and Future Impacts on Understanding Disease Dynamics and Improving Plant Disease Management-A Summary of Focus Issue Articles
  92. Ecosystem service delivery in Karst landscapes: anthropogenic perturbation and recovery
  93. Dose-dependent selection drives lineage replacement during the experimental evolution of SDHI fungicide resistance in Zymoseptoria tritici
  94. Distribution and Fungicide Sensitivity of Colletotrichum Species Complexes from Rubber Tree in Hainan, China
  95. Determining the fate of selenium in wheat biofortification: an isotopically labelled field trial study
  96. Control of arsenic mobilization in paddy soils by manganese and iron oxides
  97. Considering behaviour to ensure the success of a disease control strategy
  98. Azole sensitivity in Leptosphaeria pathogens of oilseed rape: the role of lanosterol 14 alpha-demethylase
  99. Attraction range of a sex pheromone trap for the damson-hop aphid Phorodon humuli (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  100. Arsenicibacter rosenii gen. nov., sp nov., an efficient arsenic methylating and volatilizing bacterium isolated from an arsenic-contaminated paddy soil
  101. A dual isotopic approach using radioactive phosphorus and the isotopic composition of oxygen associated to phosphorus to understand plant reaction to a change in P nutrition
  102. A comparison of soil tests for available phosphorus in long-term field experiments in Europe
  103. The role of bioenergy in a climate-changing world
  104. Pore-scale simulation of gas diffusion in unsaturated soil aggregates: Accuracy of the dusty-gas model and the impact of saturation
  105. Is the rate of mineralization of soil organic carbon under microbiological control?
  106. Heavy metal concentrations and arsenic speciation in animal manure composts in China
  107. Through the eye of the needle — The story of the soil microbial biomass
  108. Phenotypic, comparative genomic and transcriptomic analysis of recently collected European Zymoseptoria tritici strains
  109. Changes in soil redox potential in response to flood irrigation with waste water in central Mexico
  110. The Broadbalk Wheat Experiment : 174 years of winter wheat / 174 años de trigo The Broadbalk Wheat Experiment Un ensayo a muy largo plazo
  111. Sustainable Intensification - Lessons from the Rothamsted Long-term Experiments
  112. Precision disease protection systems for agriculture and horticulture
  113. Biology and Management of Pochonia chlamydosporia and Plant-Parasitic Nematodes
  114. Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees
  115. Pest categorisation of Ips cembrae
  116. Effect of soil saturation on denitrification in a grassland soil
  117. Stb6 is a wall-associated kinase gene that provides gene-for gene resistance against Zymoseptoria tritici in wheat
  118. Host-induced gene silencing for the control of the Fusarium Head Blight in wheat fields
  119. Pest categorisation of Ips sexdentatus
  120. Pest categorisation of Pseudocercospora pini-densiflorae
  121. Pest categorisation of Gremmeniella abietina
  122. Citrus junos as a host of citrus bacterial canker
  123. Pest categorisation of Entoleuca mammata
  124. Pest categorisation of Dendroctonus micans
  125. Pest risk assessment of Atropellis spp. for the EU territory
  126. Pest categorisation of Anthonomus signatus
  127. Pest categorisation of Pseudocercospora angolensis
  128. Pest categorisation of Ips typographus
  129. Pest categorisation of Spodoptera frugiperda
  130. Pest categorisation of Little cherry pathogen (non-EU isolates)
  131. Pest categorisation of Cadang-Cadang viroid
  132. Pest risk assessment of Radopholus similis for the EU territory
  133. Pest risk assessment of Diaporthe vaccinii for the EU territory
  134. Pest risk assessment of Eotetranychuslewisi for the EU territory
  135. Pest categorisation of Beet curly top virus (non-EU isolates)
  136. Pest categorisation of Witches' broom disease of lime (Citrus aurantifolia) phytoplasma
  137. Pest categorisation of Palm lethal yellowing phytoplasmas
  138. Pest categorisation of Satsuma dwarf virus
  139. Pest categorisation of Tatter leaf virus
  140. Pest categorisation of Citrus tristeza virus (non-European isolates)
  141. Pest categorisation of Hishimonus phycitis
  142. Pest categorisation of Ips duplicatus
  143. Pest categorisation of Ips amitinus
  144. Pyrogenic Carbon Lacks Long-Term Persistence in Temperate Arable Soils
  145. Semiochemical-based alternatives to synthetic toxicant insecticides for pollen beetle management
  146. Mutation in the ace-1 gene of the tomato leaf miner (Tuta absoluta) associated with organophosphates resistance
  147. Interpopulation variability and adaptive potential for reduced glyphosate sensitivity in Alopecurus myosuroides
  148. Effect of microbial activity on penetrometer resistance and elastic modulus of soil at different temperatures
  149. Assessment of soil water, carbon and nitrogen cycling in reseeded grassland on the North Wyke Farm Platform using a process-based model
  150. Elemental Composition of Natural Nanoparticles and Fine Colloids in European Forest Stream Waters and Their Role as Phosphorus Carriers
  151. Aphid population dynamics: from fields to landscapes
  152. Mineral Availability as a Key Regulator of Soil Carbon Storage
  153. Historical trends in iodine and selenium in soil and herbage at the Park Grass Experiment, Rothamsted Research, UK
  154. Towards new sources of resistance to the currant-lettuce aphid (Nasonovia ribisnigri)
  155. The uncertainty of crop yield projections is reduced by improved temperature response functions
  156. The putative flavin carrier family FlcA-C is important for Aspergillus fumigatus virulence
  157. Surveillance to Inform Control of Emerging Plant Diseases: An Epidemiological Perspective
  158. Shaping an Optimal Soil by Root–Soil Interaction
  159. RNAi as an emerging approach to control Fusarium Head Blight disease and mycotoxin contamination in cereals
  160. Protecting cows in small holder farms in East Africa from tsetse flies by mimicking the odor profile of a non-host bovid
  161. NOxious gases and the unpredictability of emerging plant pathogens under climate change
  162. Life in earth – the root microbiome to the rescue?
  163. Insecticide resistance patterns in Uganda and the effect of indoor residual spraying with bendiocarb on kdr L1014S frequencies in Anopheles gambiae s.s
  164. Higher yields and lower methane emissions with new rice cultivars
  165. Emergence of Resistance to Fungicides: The Role of Fungicide Dose
  166. Are midge swarms bound together by an effective velocity-dependent gravity?
  167. Antagonistic Transcription Factor Complexes Modulate the Floral Transition in Rice
  168. An oil containing EPA and DHA from transgenic Camelina sativa to replace marine fish oil in feeds for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.): Effects on intestinal transcriptome, histology, tissue fatty acid profiles and plasma biochemistry
  169. A spatial temporal analysis of the Fusarium graminearum transcriptome during symptomless and symptomatic wheat infection
  170. A role for random, humidity-dependent epiphytic growth prior to invasion of wheat by Zymoseptoria tritici
  171. A review of wheat diseases – a field perspective
  172. A recovery principle provides insight into auxin pattern control in the Arabidopsis root
  173. A method of determining where to target surveillance efforts in heterogeneous epidemiological systems
  174. Aphid Genomics and its contribution to understanding aphids as crop pests
  175. If not multiple comparisons, then what?
  176. Climate change, climatic variation and extreme biological responses
  177. The Weierstrassian movement patterns of snails
  178. Integrating regulatory surveys and citizen science to map outbreaks of forest diseases: acute oak decline in England and Wales
  179. The landscape model: A model for exploring trade-offs between agricultural production and the environment
  180. Modeling soil organic carbon in corn (Zea mays L.)-based systems in Ohio under climate change
  181. Engineering of tomato for the sustainable production of ketocarotenoids and its evaluation in aquaculture feed
  182. Effects of wind speed and direction on monthly fluctuations of Cladosporium conidia concentration in the air
  183. Determining the Effect of Drying Time on Phosphorus Solubilization from Three Agricultural Soils under Climate Change Scenarios
  184. British Mycological Society and British Society for Plant Pathology Joint Presidential Meeting 2017 - Fungal Exploitation and Control
  185. An analysis of the exposure time to very high concentrations of Cladosporium conidia in the air of an urban site
  186. Insecticide resistance
  187. Descriptive and Mechanistic Models of Crop-Weed Competition
  188. Herbicide resistance in weeds
  189. Modelling spatial and inter-annual variations of nitrous oxide emissions from UK cropland and grasslands using DailyDayCent
  190. Fungal Communities Including Plant Pathogens in Near Surface Air Are Similar across Northwestern Europe
  191. Effects of Cultivar and Nitrogen Nutrition on the Lipid Composition of Wheat Flour
  192. Addition of Aegilops U and M Chromosomes Affects Protein and Dietary Fiber Content of Wholemeal Wheat Flour
  193. Status and prospects for renewable energy using wood pellets from the southeastern United States
  194. Unravelling mycorrhiza-induced wheat susceptibility to the English grain aphid Sitobion avenae
  195. Review: Use of human-edible animal feeds by ruminant livestock
  196. Intrinsic wheat lipid composition effects the interfacial and foaming properties of dough liquor
  197. Extending the durability of cultivar resistance by limiting epidemic growth rates
  198. Phenotyping of field-grown wheat in the UK highlights contribution of light response of photosynthesis and flag leaf longevity to grain yield
  199. Increased SBPase activity improves photosynthesis and grain yield in wheat grown in greenhouse conditions
  200. A comparison of conventional and 137Cs-based estimates of soil erosion rates on arable and grassland across lowland England and Wales
  201. Biochemical evaluation of interactions between synergistic molecules and phase I enzymes involved in insecticide resistance in B- and Q-type Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
  202. On supporting scholarly communications in scientific research institutes
  203. Use of an individual-based simulation model to explore and evaluate potential insecticide resistance management strategies
  204. Radiation capture and conversion efficiencies of Miscanthus sacchariflorus, Miscanthus sinensis and their naturally occurring hybrid Miscanthus x giganteus
  205. Prospects for plant defence activators and biocontrol in IPM - Concepts and lessons learnt so far
  206. Nitrification inhibitors mitigate N2O emissions more effectively under straw-induced conditions favoring denitrification
  207. Handbook of protocols for standardized measurement of terrestrial invertebrate functional traits
  208. Genome-wide transcriptome analysis of Aspergillus fumigatus exposed to osmotic stress reveals regulators of osmotic and cell wall stresses that are SakA(HOG1) and MpkC dependent.
  209. EpiGeNet : A graph database of interdependencies between genetic and epigenetic events in colorectal cancer
  210. Early molecular signatures of responses of wheat to Zymoseptoria tritici in compatible and incompatible interactions.
  211. David Stewart Jenkinson. 25 February 1928 — 16 February 2011
  212. Manipulating field margins to increase predation intensity in fields of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  213. Characterization of a Wheat Breeders’ Array suitable for high-throughput SNP genotyping of global accessions of hexaploid bread wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  214. Canopy temperature for simulation of heat stress in irrigated wheat in a semi-arid environment: A multi-model comparison
  215. An evaluation of the hysteresis in chemical concentration–discharge (C–Q) relationships from drained, intensively managed grasslands in southwest England
  216. A Palmitic Acid Elongase Affects Eicosapentaenoic Acid and Plastidial Monogalactosyldiacylglycerol Levels in Nannochloropsis
  217. A new proteinaceous pathogen-associated molecular pattern (PAMP) identified in Ascomycete fungi induces cell death in Solanaceae
  218. Major agricultural changes required to mitigate phosphorus losses under climate change
  219. Lipid remodelling: Unravelling the response to cold stress in Arabidopsis and its extremophile relative Eutrema salsugineum
  220. Environmental trade-offs of pig production systems under varied operational efficiencies
  221. Tailoring seed oil composition in the real world: optimising omega -3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid accumulation in transgenic Camelina sativa
  222. Manganese toxicity hardly affects sulfur metabolism in Brassica rapa
  223. Impact of Atmospheric H2S, Salinity and Anoxia on Sulfur Metabolism in Zea mays
  224. Green light for lipid fingerprinting
  225. Searching for wheat resistance to aphids and wheat bulb fly in the historical Watkins and Gediflux wheat collections
  226. Insects as food and feed: can research and business work together?
  227. Sulfate Transport in Plants: A Personal Perspective
  228. Sulfur Metabolism in Higher Plants - Fundamental, Environmental and Agricultural Aspects
  229. Targeting carbon for crop yield and drought resilience
  230. Chlamydomonas carries out fatty acid beta-oxidation in ancestral peroxisomes using a bona fide acyl-CoA oxidase
  231. A curated gluten protein sequence database to support development of proteomics methods for determination of gluten in gluten-free foods
  232. A New Approach to Modelling the Relationship Between Annual Population Abundance Indices and Weather Data
  233. Tailoring the composition of novel wax esters in the seeds of transgenic Camelina sativa through systematic metabolic engineering
  234. Modulation of lipid biosynthesis by stress in diatoms
  235. Knowledge Discovery in Biological Databases for Revealing Candidate Genes Linked to Complex Phenotypes
  236. Identifying circumstances under which high insecticide dose increases or decreases resistance selection
  237. Can diverse forage mixtures optimise ruminant animal production, resilience and environmental impact?
  238. Spatiotemporal expression patterns of wheat amino acid transporters reveal their putative roles in nitrogen transport and responses to abiotic stress
  239. The movement of small insects in the convective boundary layer: linking patterns to processes
  240. When the need for change dawns
  241. Data from: Integrating regulatory surveys and citizen science to map outbreaks of forest diseases: acute oak decline in England and Wales
  242. Sequestering Soil Organic Carbon: A Nitrogen Dilemma
  243. Selenium deficiency risk predicted to increase under future climate change
  244. Nitrogen losses to the environment following food-based digestate and compost applications to agricultural land
  245. “Hot spots” of N and C impact nitric oxide, nitrous oxide and nitrogen gas emissions from a UK grassland soil
  246. Development of a statistical crop model to explain the relationship between seed yield and phenotypic diversity within the Brassica napus genepool
  247. Plant, soil and microbial controls on grassland diversity restoration: a long-term, multi-site mesocosm experiment
  248. Mutations on M3 helix of Plutella xylostella glutamate-gated chloride channel confer unequal resistance to abamectin by two different mechanisms
  249. Soil texture analysis revisited: Removal of organic matter matters more than ever
  250. Glycerolipid characterization and nutrient deprivation-associated changes in the green picoalga Ostreococcus tauri
  251. The effect of nitrification inhibitor on N2O, NO and N2 emissions under different soil moisture levels in a permanent grassland soil
  252. Exploitation of endophytes for sustainable agricultural intensification Exploitation of endophytes
  253. Defining genetic and chemical diversity in wheat grain by 1H-NMR spectroscopy of polar metabolites
  254. Fatty acids in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are synthesized by the host plant
  255. Migratory flight behaviour of the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus
  256. Chaotic model for lévy walks in swarming bacteria
  257. A functional overview of conservation biological control
  258. The potential benefits of on-farm mitigation scenarios for reducing multiple pollutant loadings in prioritised agri-environment areas across England
  259. Low frequency aeration of pig slurry affects slurry characteristics and emissions of greenhouse gases and ammonia
  260. Assessing availability and environmental impacts of lignocellulosic biomass feedstock supply - case study for a catchment in England
  261. Rubisco and Rubisco activase play an important role in the biochemical limitations of photosynthesis in rice, wheat, and maize under high temperature and water deficit
  262. An improved assembly and annotation of the allohexaploid wheat genome identifies complete families of agronomic genes and provides genomic evidence for chromosomal translocations
  263. Reducing soil phosphorus fertility brings potential long-term environmental gains: A UK analysis
  264. Modelling productivity and resource use efficiency for grassland ecosystems in the UK
  265. Sediment transfer at different spatial and temporal scales in the Sichuan Hilly Basin, China: Synthesizing data from multiple approaches and preliminary interpretation in the context of climatic and anthropogenic drivers
  266. Differences in gluten protein composition between old and modern durum wheat genotypes in relation to 20th century breeding in Italy
  267. Assessment of iron bioavailability from different bread making processes using an in vitro intestinal cell model
  268. Effects of selenium on plant metabolism and implications for crops and consumers
  269. Development of wheat with low-viscosity grain extracts using novel alleles of IRX9 orthologue TaGT43_2
  270. Awake1, an ABC-type transporter, reveals an essential role for Suberin in the control of seed dormancy
  271. The Gsp-1 genes encode the wheat arabinogalactan peptide
  272. Use of the synergist piperonyl butoxide can slow the development of alpha-cypermethrin resistance in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  273. Acute oak decline and Agrilus biguttatus: The co-occurrence of stem bleeding and D-shaped emergence holes in Great Britain
  274. Base cations and micronutrients in soil aggregates as affected by enhanced nitrogen and water inputs in a semi-arid steppe grassland
  275. Functional characterization of (E)-β-caryophyllene synthase from lima bean and its up-regulation by spider mites and alamethicin
  276. The impact of catchment source group classification on the accuracy of sediment fingerprinting outputs
  277. Fate of 210Pb ex fallout in soil under forest and scrub of the central Spanish Pre-Pyrenees
  278. The relationships between genotype, yield and temperature on protein distribution on the wheat endosperm
  279. Use of a modified CRISPR/Cas9 construct to simultaneously mutagenize multiple genes in hexaploid wheat
  280. Analysis of fundamental physical factors influencing channel bank erosion: results for contrasting catchments in England and Wales
  281. Increasing crop yield and resilience with trehalose 6-phosphate: targeting a feast-famine mechanism in cereals for better source-sink optimisation
  282. Opportunities for research via wheat transformation
  283. Feruloylation and structure of arabinoxylan in wheat endosperm cell walls from RNAi lines with suppression of genes responsible for backbone synthesis and decoration
  284. Continuous weighing of a pile of poplar wood chips – A comparison of methods to determine the dry matter losses during storage
  285. Factors affecting wood, energy grass and straw pellet durability – A review
  286. Arthropod pest control for UK oilseed rape – comparing insecticide efficacies, side effects and alternatives
  287. Climate and atmospheric change impacts on aphids as vectors of plant diseases
  288. Meteorological and landscape influences on pollen beetle immigration into oilseed rape crops
  289. Mechanistic model for predicting the seasonal abundance of Culicoides biting midges and the impacts of insecticide control
  290. Relationships between airborne pollen grains, wind direction and land cover using GIS and circular statistics
  291. Intra-diurnal and daily changes in Didymella ascospore concentrations in the air of an urban site
  292. The long-term population dynamics of common wasps in their native and invaded range
  293. Sediment source fingerprinting as an aid to catchment management: A review of the current state of knowledge and a methodological decision-tree for end-users
  294. Sediment source fingerprinting for informing catchment management: Methodological approaches, problems and uncertainty
  295. Use of sediment source fingerprinting to assess the role of subsurface erosion in the supply of fine sediment in a degraded catchment in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
  296. The Gsp-1 genes encode the wheat arabinogalactan peptide
  297. Genome wide analysis of fatty acid desaturation and its response to temperature
  298. Changes in soil organic matter over 70 years in continuous arable and ley–arable rotations on a sandy loam soil in England
  299. Nitrogen dynamics in soils amended with slurry treated by acid or DMPP addition
  300. Severity of grass and white clover sward damage during spot-spraying of herbicides
  301. The potential for gamma-emitting radionuclides to contribute to an understanding of erosion processes in South Africa
  302. Spatially detailed retrievals of spring phenology from single-season high-resolution image time series
  303. Projected impacts of increased uptake of source control mitigation measures on agricultural diffuse pollution emissions to water and air
  304. Does the combination of citrate and phytase exudation in Nicotiana tabacum promote the acquisition of endogenous soil organic phosphorus?
  305. cis-jasmone elicits aphid-induced stress signalling in potatoes
  306. Voltage-gated sodium channels as targets for pyrethroid insecticides
  307. Novel Rht-1 dwarfing genes: tools for wheat breeding and dissecting the function of DELLA proteins
  308. Oilseed rape (Brassica napus) as a resource for farmland insect pollinators: quantifying floral traits in conventional varieties and breeding systems
  309. Genetic variation in traits for nitrogen use efficiency in wheat
  310. Uncovering hidden variation in polyploid wheat
  311. Automated method to determine two critical growth stages of wheat: heading and flowering
  312. Temporally and genetically discrete periods of wheat sensitivity to high temperature
  313. Towards the development of a sustainable soya bean-based feedstock for aquaculture
  314. BCPC annual diseases review
  315. RNAi-induced electrophysiological and behavioral changes reveal two pheromone binding proteins of Helicoverpa armigera involved in the perception of the main sex pheromone component Z11–16:Ald
  316. Zinc toxicity stimulates microbial production of extracellular polymers in a copiotrophic acid soil
  317. Assessing sampling designs for determining fertilizer practice from yield data
  318. Milled cereal straw accelerates earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) growth more than selected organic amendments
  319. Characterization of cereal β-glucan extracts from oat and barley and quantification of proteinaceous matter
  320. Elucidation of gibberellin biosynthesis in bacteria reveals convergent evolution
  321. Influence of the RDL A301S mutation in the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens on the activity of phenylpyrazole insecticides
  322. Ryanodine receptor point mutations confer diamide insecticide resistance in tomato leafminer, Tuta absoluta (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
  323. Evolution of imidacloprid resistance in Myzus persicae in Greece and susceptibility data for spirotetramat
  324. On the effectiveness of GPR early-time analysis for mapping soil water content
  325. PHI-base: a new interface and further additions for the multi-species pathogen–host interactions database
  326. Nutrient use efficiency in wheat and prospects for improvement
  327. Novel technologies for the detection of Fusarium head blight disease and airborne inoculum
  328. Identification and expression profile analysis of odorant binding protein and chemosensory protein genes in Bemisia tabaci MED by head transcriptome
  329. Acid drainage from coal mining: Effect on paddy soil and productivity of rice
  330. Recon2Neo4j: applying graph database technologies for managing comprehensive genome-scale networks
  331. Soil resilience and recovery: rapid community responses to management changes
  332. Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) Equilibrium and Model Initialisation Methods: an Application to the Rothamsted Carbon (RothC) Model
  333. C1 Metabolism Inhibition and Nitrogen Deprivation Trigger Triacylglycerol Accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana Cell Cultures and Highlight a Role of NPC in Phosphatidylcholine-to-Triacylglycerol Pathway
  334. Plant phenotyping: increasing throughput and precision at multiple scales - Foreword
  335. Methods to estimate changes in soil water for phenotyping root activity in the field
  336. The history of the Nematology Department at Rothamsted
  337. Cover cropping with oilseed radish (Raphanus sativus) alone does not enhance deep burrowing earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) midden counts
  338. Changes in the arabinoxylan fraction of wheat grain during alcohol production
  339. Designing future barley ideotypes using a crop model ensemble
  340. Replicate and randomize, or lie
  341. Comprehensive proteomic profiling of wheat gluten using a combination of data-independent and data-dependent acquisition
  342. mlo-based powdery mildew resistance in hexaploid bread wheat generated by a non-transgenic TILLING approach
  343. Particle-specific toxicity and bioavailability of cerium oxide (CeO2) nanoparticles to Arabidopsis thaliana
  344. Geographically weighted correspondence matrices for local error reporting and change analyses: mapping the spatial distribution of errors and change
  345. Phosphate stable oxygen isotope variability within a temperate agricultural soil
  346. The oxygen isotopic composition of phosphate in river water and its potential sources in the Upper River Taw catchment, UK
  347. Annotation of Fusarium graminearum (PH-1) version 5.0
  348. Brown dog tick, Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato, infestation of susceptible dog hosts is reduced by slow release of semiochemicals from a less susceptible host
  349. Chloride and sulfate salinity differently affect biomass, mineral nutrient composition and expression of sulfate transport and assimilation genes in Brassica rapa
  350. Sequence diversification in recessive alleles of two host factor genes suggests adaptive selection for bymovirus resistance in cultivated barley from East Asia
  351. Cyclin-dependent kinase activity enhances phosphatidylcholine biosynthesis in Arabidopsis by repressing phosphatidic acid phosphohydrolase activity
  352. Historic record of pasture soil water and the influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation in south-west England
  353. Acrylamide-forming potential of potatoes grown at different locations, and the ratio of free asparagine to reducing sugars at which free asparagine becomes a limiting factor for acrylamide formation
  354. Role of polysaccharides in food, digestion, and health
  355. System analysis of metabolism and the transcriptome in Arabidopsis thaliana roots reveals differential co-regulation upon iron, sulfur and potassium deficiency
  356. Apoplastic recognition of multiple candidate effectors from the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici in the nonhost plant Nicotiana benthamiana
  357. Using simulation models to investigate the cumulative effects of sowing rate, sowing date and cultivar choice on weed competition
  358. Preface to the second edition
  359. Leaf volatile patterns of oak decline problems: opportunities for control via chemical ecology
  360. Odours of Plasmodium falciparum-infected participants influence mosquito-host interactions
  361. Metodologias para o Estudo da Defesa de Memoria (Priming) em Plantas Frente a Estresse Biotico
  362. Hydrological controls on DOC : nitrate resource stoichiometry in a lowland, agricultural catchment, southern UK
  363. Inter- and intra-species intercropping of barley cultivars and legume species, as affected by soil phosphorus availability
  364. Response-based selection of barley cultivars and legume species for complementarity: Root morphology and exudation in relation to nutrient source
  365. Linking the depletion of rhizosphere phosphorus to the heterologous expression of a fungal phytase in Nicotiana tabacum as revealed by enzyme-labile P and solution 31 P NMR spectroscopy
  366. Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review
  367. Modelling the impact of targeted anthelmintic treatment of cattle on dung fauna
  368. Dietary preference of European wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) grazing grass and legume at two contrasting plant heights: A pilot study
  369. A conserved fungal glycosyltransferase facilitates pathogenesis of plants by enabling hyphal growth on solid surfaces
  370. Opportunities and hurdles of edible insects for food and feed
  371. Rapid selection for resistance to diamide insecticides in Plutella xylostella via specific amino acid polymorphisms in the ryanodine receptor
  372. Antifeedant activity of red clover root isoflavonoids on Hylastinus obscurus.
  373. DIMBOA levels in hexaploid Brazilian wheat are not associated with antibiosis against the cereal aphids Rhopalosiphum padi and Sitobion avenae
  374. Quantifying the effect of ecological restoration on runoff and sediment yields: A meta-analysis for the Loess Plateau of China
  375. Introducing bootstrap methods to investigate coefficient non-stationarity in spatial regression models
  376. The application of a geographically weighted principal components analysis for exploring twenty-three years of goat population change across Mongolia
  377. Molecular ecology of insect pests of agricultural importance: the case of aphids
  378. Land-use influences phosphatase gene microdiversity in soils
  379. Impacts of climate change on national biodiversity population trends
  380. First report of 'Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' in the United Kingdom in the psyllid Trioza anthrisci
  381. A synthetic analysis of greenhouse gas emissions from manure amended agricultural soils in China
  382. Multi-model simulation of soil temperature, soil water content and biomass in Euro-Mediterranean grasslands: uncertainties and ensemble performance
  383. A modified SCS-CN method incorporating storm duration and antecedent soil moisture estimation for runoff prediction
  384. Multi-model uncertainty analysis in predicting grain N for crop rotations in Europe
  385. Performance of process-based models for simulation of grain N in crop rotations across Europe
  386. Modelling the Spatial Variation in Alopecurus myosuroides for Precision Weed Management
  387. Electrophysiological and behavioral responses of female African rice gall midge, Orseolia oryzivora Harris and Gagné, to host plant volatiles
  388. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) woodland vegetation data: 1993-2014
  389. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) fine grain vegetation data: 1994-2015
  390. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) rabbit and deer data: 1993-2015
  391. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) common breeding birds data 1971-2007
  392. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) moth data: 1992-2015
  393. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) atmospheric nitrogen chemistry data: 1993-2015
  394. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) stream water chemistry data: 1992-2015
  395. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) soil solution chemistry data: 1992-2015
  396. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) precipitation chemistry data: 1992-2015
  397. Triticum aestivum cultivar Spark asparagine synthetase-1 (ASN1) mRNA, complete cds
  398. Secale cereale glutamine synthetase-1 (GS1-1) mRNA, partial cds
  399. Triticum aestivum cultivar Spark asparagine synthetase-2 (ASN2) mRNA, complete cds
  400. Triticum aestivum cultivar Spark asparagine synthetase-3 (ASN3) mRNA, complete cds
  401. Statistics in Plant Science
  402. Exogenous trehalose improves growth under limiting nitrogen through upregulation of nitrogen metabolism
  403. Europe tightens the screw on acrylamide in food
  404. Integrating monitoring and modelling for understanding, predicting and managing sediment dynamics
  405. Prediction of storm transfers and annual loads with data-based mechanistic models using high-frequency data
  406. Can macroinvertebrate biological traits indicate fine-grained sediment conditions in streams?
  407. The magnitude and significance of sediment oxygen demand in gravel spawning beds for the incubation of salmonid embryos
  408. Are source groups always appropriate when sediment fingerprinting? The direct comparison of source and sediment samples as a methodological step
  409. The scale problem in tackling diffuse water pollution from agriculture: Insights from the Avon Demonstration Test
  410. Fingerprinting source contributions to bed sediment‐associated organic matter in the headwater subcatchments of the River Itchen SAC, Hampshire, UK
  411. Sediment‐associated organic matter sources and sediment oxygen demand in a Special Area of Conservation (SAC): A case study of the River Axe, UK
  412. The fine sediment conundrum; quantifying, mitigating and managing the isues
  413. The ALFAM2 database on ammonia emission from field-applied manure: Description and illustrative analysis
  414. Effects of cover crops on phosphatase activity in a clay arable soil in the UK
  415. Soil aggregate stability and macrofauna as indicators of soil health and sustainable agricultural systems
  416. Climate Change and Future Pollen Allergy in Europe
  417. The role of ZIP transporters and group F bZIP transcription factors in the Zn-deficiency response of wheat (Triticum aestivum).
  418. A transatlantic perspective on 20 emerging issues in biological engineering
  419. Development and characterization of wheat lines with increased levels of arabinoxylan
  420. Remobilisation of phosphorus fractions in rice flag leaves during grain filling: Implications for photosynthesis and grain yields
  421. Physical robustness of canopy temperature models for crop heat stress simulation across environments and production conditions
  422. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) bird data: 1995-2015
  423. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) frog data: 1994-2015
  424. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) bat data: 1993-2015
  425. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) carabid beetle data: 1992-2015
  426. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) butterfly data: 1993-2015
  427. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) stream water discharge data: 1993-2015
  428. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) meteorology data: 1991-2015
  429. The implications of spatially variable pre-emergence herbicide efficacy for weed management.
  430. How does inter-annual variability of attainable yield affect the magnitude of yield gaps for wheat and maize? An analysis at ten sites
  431. The emergent rhizosphere: imaging the development of the porous architecture at the root-soil interface
  432. Enhanced Plant Rooting and Crop System Management for Improved N Use Efficiency
  433. Root growth in field-grown winter wheat: Some effects of soil conditions, season and genotype.
  434. KnetMiner - An integrated data platform for gene mining and biological knowledge discovery
  435. Environmental costs and benefits of growing Miscanthus for bioenergy in the UK
  436. Acrylamide levels in potato crisps in Europe from 2002 to 2016
  437. Science protecting plant health conference (SPPH2017); 26-28 September, Brisbane, Australia
  438. Characterization of the wheat leaf metabolome during grain filling and under varied N-supply
  439. Multi-feature machine learning model for automatic segmentation of green fractional vegetation cover for high-throughput field phenotyping
  440. The potential of crop management practices to reduce pollen beetle damage in oilseed rape
  441. Loss of AvrSr50 by somatic exchange in stem rust leads to virulence for Sr50 resistance in wheat