2018

  1. Effects of cropping systems upon the three-dimensional architecture of soil systems are modulated by texture.
  2. Developing new types of wheat with good processing quality at low grain protein content.
  3. Aegilops as a source of dietary fiber and drought stress tolerance.
  4. Exploiting natural and induced variation to improve the content and composition of dietary fibre in wheat grain
  5. International collaboration on wheat quality and safety
  6. Estimation of vegetation indices for high-throughput phenotyping of wheat breeding lines using aerial imaging.
  7. Advancing the Understanding of Environmental Transformations, Bioavailability and Effects of Nanomaterials, an International US Environmental Protection Agency—UK Environmental Nanoscience Initiative Joint Program.
  8. 4 Per Mille – Is It Feasible to sequester
  9. Monitoring Neonicotinoid Exposure for Bees in Rural and Peri-urban Areas of the U.K. during the Transition from Pre- to Post-moratorium
  10. The evolution and management of non-target site resistance
  11. A critical review of integrated grass weed management in Ireland
  12. Quantitative Estimation of Wheat Phenotyping Traits Using Ground and Aerial Imagery
  13. Co-occurrence patterns of litter decomposing communities in mangroves indicate a robust community resistant to disturbances
  14. Shrinkage characteristics of lime concretion black soil as affected by biochar amendment
  15. Ectomycorrhizal inoculation with Pisolithus tinctorius reduces stress induced by drought in cork oak
  16. Isotopic evidence of biotrophy and unusual nitrogen nutrition in soil‐dwelling Hygrophoraceae
  17. Site-specific nutrient management enhances sink size, a major yield constraint in rainfed lowland rice
  18. Migratory Insect Multifrequency Radar Cross Sections for Morphological Parameter Estimation
  19. Soil bulk density impacts on root water potential and ABA export in drying soil
  20. The future of Sustainable Crop Protection Relies on increased diversity of cropping systems and landscapes
  21. Long-term seasonal forecasting of a major migrant insect pest: the brown planthopper in the Lower Yangtze River Valley
  22. The grand challenges of migration ecology that radar aeroecology can help answer
  23. Perspectives and challenges for the use of radar in biological conservation
  24. The Hot Serial Cereal Experiment for modeling wheat response to temperature: field experiments and AgMIP-Wheat multi-model simulations
  25. Multi-model ensembles improve predictions of crop-environment-management interactions
  26. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in terrestrial ecosystems: Its impact on plant communities and consequences across trophic levels
  27. Current and possible approaches for improving photosynthetic efficiency
  28. Blogging Climate Change: A Case Study
  29. Effects of seasonal water-level fluctuation on soil pore structure in the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
  30. A polarimetric Doppler radar time‐series simulator for biological applications
  31. Root imaging showing comparisons in root distribution and ontogeny in novel Festulolium populations and closely related perennial ryegrass varieties
  32. Dimeric chalcones derivatives from Myracrodruon urundeuva act as cathepsin V inhibitors
  33. A Lattice Boltzmann model for 2D fractional advection-dispersion equation: Theory and application
  34. Direct methods to calculate the mass exchange between solutes inside and outside aggregates in macroscopic model for solute transport in aggregated soil
  35. A synthetic analysis of livestock manure substitution effects on organic carbon changes in China's arable topsoil
  36. Soil aggregate-associated organic carbon dynamics subjected to different types of land use: Evidence from 13C natural abundance
  37. Response of crop yield and nitrogen use efficiency for wheat-maize cropping system to future climate change in northern China
  38. Prediction of storm‐based nutrient loss incorporating the estimated runoff and soil loss at a slope scale on the Loess Plateau
  39. Deep soil water storage varies with vegetation type and rainfall amount in the Loess Plateau of China
  40. Controlling population structure in the genomic prediction of tropical maize hybrids
  41. Long-term effects of biosolids on soil quality and fertility
  42. The challenges of using satellite data sets to assess historical land use change and associated greenhouse gas emissions: a case study of three Indonesian provinces
  43. Uniting genetics and chemistry to reduce the severity of take-all root disease in commercial second wheat crops
  44. An Exploration of the Function of Specific Components of the Predicted Secretome of Fusarium graminearum During Wheat Infection
  45. Maize Chlorotic Mottle Virus Induces Changes in Host Plant Volatiles that Attract Vector Thrips Species
  46. Transgenic Microalgae With Increased Production Of At Least One Omega-3 Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid (Patent US 2018/0312888 A1)
  47. The impact of varying semantics in spatial statistics
  48. Impact of epoxiconazole on Fusarium head blight control, grain yield and deoxynivalenol accumulation in wheat
  49. Simultaneous detection of multiple benzimidazole resistant β-tubulin variants of Botrytis cinerea using loop mediated isothermal amplification
  50. Development and application of a simple, rapid and sensitive method for detecting moderately carbendazim‐resistant isolates in Botrytis cinerea
  51. Desaturases And Process For The Production Of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Transgenic Organisms (Patent) CA 2744930 C
  52. Process For The Production Of Arachidonic Acid And/or Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Patent CA 2621214 C)
  53. Analysis of Metals in Whole Cells, Thylakoids and Photosynthetic Protein Complexes in Synechocystis sp. PCC6803
  54. International Program to Monitor Cat Flea Populations for Susceptibility to Imidacloprid.
  55. Optimising sulphur management to maximise oilseed rape yields and farm profitability (OPTI-S): Project Report No. 595
  56. Metabolomic-Guided Isolation of Bioactive Natural Products from Curvularia sp., an Endophytic Fungus of Terminalia laxiflora
  57. Final grain weight is not limited by the activity of key starch-synthesising enzymes during grain filling in wheat
  58. In search of artificial domatia for predatory mites
  59. The factors driving evolved herbicide resistance at a national scale
  60. Understanding the Relative Impacts of Climate Change on Crop Production using Data from the Rothamsted Long-Term Experiments
  61. Nitrogen functional gene activity in soil profiles under progressive vegetative recovery after abandonment of agriculture at the Puding Karst Critical Zone Observatory, SW China
  62. Laminitis in dairy goats (Capra aegagrus hircus) on a low-forage diet
  63. Abstracts of Presentations at ICPP2018: Analysis of Fusarium graminearum pangenome
  64. Using virulence mutants to Identify Avr genes in the wheat stem rust fungus, Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici
  65. Analysis of small RNA silencing in Zymoseptoria tritici – wheat interactions
  66. Dramatic changes in genetic diversity of the avirulence effector AvrStb6 in global populations of the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  67. Replacing a permanent pasture and its effect in the first year on a commercial dairy farm
  68. Creating productive diverse grassland for multi-ecosystem services: an example of agri-environment schemes policies driven by science in United Kingdom
  69. Water stress in maize production in the drylands of the Loess Plateau
  70. Bed and suspended sediment-associated rare earth element concentrations and fluxes in a polluted Brazilian river system
  71. A new method to trace colloid transport pathways in macroporous soils using X‐ray computed tomography and fluorescence macrophotography
  72. Europe’s first and last field trial of gene-edited plants?
  73. Insect population trends and the IUCN Red List process
  74. Identification and functional analysis of two P450 enzymes of Gossypium hirsutum involved in DMNT and TMTT biosynthesis
  75. Odorant receptors and odorant-binding proteins as insect pest control targets: a comparative analysis
  76. Pyrolysis temperature during biochar production alters its subsequent utilization by microorganisms in an acid arable soil
  77. The potential for production of high quality bio-coal from early harvested Miscanthus by hydrothermal carbonisation
  78. Intercropping flowering plants in maize systems increases pollinator diversity
  79. Fungal G-protein-coupled receptors: mediators of pathogenesis and targets for disease control
  80. Attribution of explanatory factors for change in soil organic carbon density in the native grasslands of Inner Mongolia, China
  81. Using epidemiological principles to explain fungicide resistance management tactics: why do mixtures outperform alternations?
  82. Stress and sexual reproduction affect the dynamics of the wheat pathogen effector AvrStb6 and strobilurin resistance
  83. Sensilla Morphology and Complex Expression Pattern of Odorant Binding Proteins in the Vetch Aphid Megoura viciae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  84. Multiscale analyses on a massive immigration process of Sogatella furcifera (Horváth) in south-central China: influences of synoptic-scale meteorological conditions and topography
  85. Identifying when it is financially beneficial to increase or decrease fungicide dose as resistance develops
  86. Expressional and functional comparisons of two general odorant binding proteins in Agrotis ipsilon
  87. Does selenium-enriched flour increase plasma selenium levels? Plan for a randomised controlled trial
  88. Straw incorporation increases crop yield and soil organic carbon sequestration but varies under different natural conditions and farming practices in China: a system analysis
  89. Factors Affecting Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Grain Yield of Summer Maize on Smallholder Farms in the North China Plain
  90. Suitability of brachiaria grass as a trap crop for management of Chilo partellus
  91. Soil microbial populations in deep floodplain soils are adapted to infrequent but regular carbon substrate addition
  92. Quantifying Network Dynamics and Information Flow Across Chinese Social Media During the African Ebola Outbreak
  93. Occurrence of Puccinia spp. spores in Madeira Island and their phytopathological importance
  94. Nitrogen fertiliser replacement values for organic amendments appear to increase with N application rates
  95. Natural and anthropogenic forcing of Holocene lake ecosystem development at Lake Uddelermeer (The Netherlands)
  96. More on midges
  97. Migration and leaching characteristics of base cation: indicating environmental effects on soil alkalinity in a karst area
  98. Major research prize awarded to wheat researchers
  99. Impact of elevated precipitation, nitrogen deposition and warming on soil respiration in a temperate desert
  100. Identification of novel bioinspired synthetic mosquito repellents by combined ligand-based screening and OBP-structure-based molecular docking
  101. Estimating the variance for heterogeneity in arm-based network meta-analysis
  102. Enhanced-efficiency fertilizers are not a panacea for resolving the nitrogen problem
  103. Differences in bacterial composition between men’s and women’s restrooms and other common areas within a public building
  104. Dew point temperature affects ascospore release of allergenic genus Leptosphaeria
  105. Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Enhances Phenanthrene Degradation by Autochthonous Prokaryotic Communities from a Pristine Seawater
  106. Seeds of change
  107. Rothamsted Long-term experiments : guide to the classical and other long-term experiments, datasets and sample archive
  108. Dry matter losses and quality changes during short rotation coppice willow storage in chip or rod form
  109. The importance of long‐term experiments in agriculture: their management to ensure continued crop production and soil fertility; the Rothamsted experience
  110. Non‐target site SDHI resistance is present as standing genetic variation in field populations of Zymoseptoria tritici
  111. The tethered flight technique as a tool for studying life‐history strategies associated with migration in insects
  112. Tracing of particulate organic C sources across the terrestrial-aquatic continuum, a case study at the catchment scale (Carminowe Creek, southwest England)
  113. Comparison of the dietary fibre composition of old and modern durum wheat (Triticum turgidum spp. durum) genotypes
  114. A climate-adapted push-pull system effectively controls fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (J E Smith), in maize in East Africa
  115. Willow: Then and now
  116. Participatory evaluation guides the development and selection of farmers’ preferred rice varieties for salt- and flood-affected coastal deltas of South and Southeast Asia
  117. Measuring the effectiveness of management interventions at regional scales by integrating ecological monitoring and modelling
  118. Auxin molecular field maps define AUX1 selectivity: many auxin herbicides are not substrates
  119. Ongoing changes in migration phenology and winter residency at Bracken Bat Cave
  120. The short-term effects of nitrification inhibitors on the abundance and expression of ammonia and nitrite oxidizers in a long-term field experiment comparing land management
  121. Old meets new: most probable number validation of metagenomic and metatranscriptomic datasets in soil
  122. Loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assays for rapid detection of Pyrenopeziza brassicae (light leaf spot of brassicas)
  123. Impact of microbial activity on the leaching of soluble N forms in soil
  124. Does repeated biochar incorporation induce further soil priming effect?
  125. Fate of 15N-labelled ammonium nitrate with or without the new nitrification inhibitor DMPSA in an irrigated maize crop
  126. Agriculture, food security and the sustainable development goals: theory and practice in three development contexts
  127. Analysis of variance in soil research : let the analysis fit the action
  128. Predisposition of forests to biotic disturbance: Predicting the distribution of Acute Oak Decline using environmental factors
  129. Correspondence of measured soil carbon fractions and RothC pools for equilibrium and non-equilibrium states
  130. Ensembl Genomes 2018: an integrated omics infrastructure for non-vertebrate species
  131. Current status and future directions of Levy walk research
  132. Changes in field dose–response curves for demethylation inhibitor (DMI) and quinone outside inhibitor (QoI) fungicides against Zymoseptoria tritici, related to laboratory sensitivity phenotyping and genotyping assays
  133. Microbiome and infectivity studies reveal complex polyspecies tree disease in Acute Oak Decline
  134. Characterization of an antimicrobial and phytotoxic ribonuclease secreted by the fungal wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  135. Effects of variety, year of cultivation and sulphur supply on the accumulation of free asparagine in the grain of commercial wheat varieties
  136. The View From Within: A Personal Reflection on Library Strategy Development in Three Academic Libraries
  137. Opportunities and challenges for harvest weed seed control in global cropping systems
  138. The relationships between genotype, yield and environmental factors on protein distribution in the wheat endosperm
  139. Glyphosate resistance and EPSPS gene duplication: convergent evolution in multiple plant species
  140. Changes in the proteome of the problem weed blackgrass correlating with multiple-herbicide resistance
  141. Nitrogen and fatty acid rumen metabolism in cattle offered high or low polyphenol oxidase red clover silage
  142. The power and potential of genomics in weed biology and management
  143. The first cases of evolving glyphosate resistance in UK poverty brome (Bromus sterilis) populations
  144. Gene drive systems: do they have a place in agricultural weed management?
  145. Atmospheric ammonia concentration modulates soil enzyme and microbial activity in an oak forest affecting soil microbial biomass
  146. ICE1 and ZOU determine the depth of primary seed dormancy in Arabidopsis independently of their role in endosperm development
  147. Exploring the potential for top-dressing bread wheat with ammonium chloride to minimize grain yield losses under drought
  148. Nutrient dynamics in wheat
  149. Humic acids modify the pulse size distributions in the characterization of plastic microparticles by Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing
  150. Sulfur metabolism in Allium cepa is hardly affected by chloride and sulfate salinity
  151. The invasive alien plant, Impatiens glandulifera (Himalayan Balsam), and increased soil erosion: causation or association? Case studies from a river system in Switzerland and the UK
  152. CRISPR/Cas precision: do we need to worry about off-targeting in plants?
  153. Reviewing research priorities in weed ecology, evolution and management: a horizon scan
  154. RNA Catabolites Contribute to the Nitrogen Pool and Support Growth Recovery of Wheat
  155. Phosphopantetheinyl transferase (Ppt)-mediated biosynthesis of lysine, but not siderophore or DHN melanin, is required for virulence of Zymoseptoria tritici on wheat
  156. Subsurface sources contribute substantially to fine‐grained suspended sediment transported in a tropical West African watershed in Burkina Faso
  157. Fluctuating environments drive insect swarms into a new state that is robust to perturbations
  158. Maize yields over Europe may increase in spite of climate change, with an appropriate use of the genetic variability of flowering time
  159. Natural variation in acyl editing is a determinant of seed storage oil composition
  160. What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver sustainable intensification in the UK?
  161. Diverging importance of drought stress for maize and winter wheat in Europe
  162. Have you saved a tree today?
  163. Incorporating terminal velocities into Lagrangian stochastic models of particle dispersal in the atmospheric boundary layer
  164. Transcriptional response of rice flag leaves to restricted external phosphorus supply during grain filling in rice cv IR64
  165. The multitrophic nature of acute oak decline chemical ecology
  166. Host shift induces changes in mate choice of the seed predator Acanthoscelides obtectus via altered chemical signalling
  167. Soil microorganisms: role in soil health
  168. Persistence and efficacy of a new formulation based on dog allomonal repellents against Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato tick
  169. Identification of volatile compounds involved in host location by Anthonomus grandis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
  170. Variability in herbivore-induced signalling across different maize genotypes impacts significantly on natural enemy foragin behaviour
  171. Influence of constitutive and induced volatiles from mature green coffee berries on the foraging behaviour of female coffee berry borer, Hypothenemus hampei (Ferrari) (Coleoptera: Curclionidae: Scolytinae)
  172. Environmentally vulnerable noble chafers exhibit unusual pheromone-mediated behaviour
  173. Size does matter: Parallel evolution of adaptive thermal tolerance and body size facilitates adaptation to climate change in domestic cattle
  174. KnetMaps: a BioJS component to visualize biological knowledge networks
  175. Detecting Wheat Powdery Mildew and Predicting Grain Yield Using Unmanned Aerial Photography
  176. Tracing sediment sources in a mountainous forest catchment under road construction in northern Iran: comparison of Bayesian and frequentist approaches
  177. Sequence diversity and Identification of novel puroindoline and grain softness protein alleles in Elymus, Agropyron and related species
  178. Co-producers data: open access tests trust
  179. Particle Leaching Rates from a Loamy Soil Are Controlled by the Mineral Fines Content and the Degree of Preferential Flow
  180. 4 per mille – is it feasible to sequester soil carbon at this rate annually in agricultural soils?
  181. Microbial and plant-derived compounds both contribute to persistent soil organic carbon in temperate soils
  182. Gradients in compositions in the starchy endosperm of wheat have implications for milling and processing
  183. Analysing the effect of dietary prebiotics and probiotics on gut bacterial richness and diversity of Asian snakehead fingerlings using T‐RFLP method
  184. Land use driven change in soil pH affects microbial carbon cycling processes
  185. Genetic interactions between ABA signalling and the Arg/N-end rule pathway during Arabidopsis seedling establishment
  186. Forecasting sclerotinia infection in UK oilseed rape
  187. Investigating Spatial Error Structures in Continuous Raster Data
  188. Calcium ameliorates the toxicity of sulfate salinity in Brassica rapa
  189. Genomic index selection provides a pragmatic framework for setting and refining multi-objective breeding targets in Miscanthus
  190. Fitness Penalties in the Evolution of Fungicide Resistance
  191. The use of biogeochemical models to evaluate mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from managed grasslands
  192. Breeding progress and preparedness for mass-scale deployment of perennial lignocellulosic biomass crops switchgrass, miscanthus, willow, and poplar
  193. Evaluation of the prebiotic potential of arabinoxylans extracted from wheat distillers’ dried grains with solubles (DDGS) and in-process samples
  194. Managing Acrylamide at the Agricultural Stage: Variety Selection, Crop Management, and the Prospects for Solving the Acrylamide Problem Through Plant Breeding and Biotechnology
  195. Chinese cropping systems are a net source of greenhouse gases despite soil carbon sequestration
  196. Attractiveness of host banana leaf materials to the banana weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus in Ghana for development of field management strategies
  197. Geographically weighted elastic net logistic regression
  198. shp2graph: tools to convert a spatial network into an igraph in R
  199. Hyper-local geographically weighted regression: extending GWR through local model selection and local bandwidth optimization
  200. Improvements to the calibration of a Geographically Weighted Regression with Parameter-Specific Distance Metrics and Bandwidths
  201. Water flow across the interface of contrasting materials: Pressure discontinuity and its implications
  202. Valuing Improvements in Biodiversity Due to Controls on Atmospheric Nitrogen Pollution
  203. Impact of Phenotypic Correction Method and Missing Phenotypic Data on Genomic Prediction of Maize Hybrids
  204. Perspective on wheat yield and quality with reduced nitrogen supply
  205. Image conditions for polar and cylindrical coordinate separation-of-variables acoustic multiple scattering models with perfectly reflecting flat boundaries
  206. Characterizing animal anatomy and internal composition for electromagnetic modelling in radar entomology
  207. Assessing the benefits and wider costs of different N fertilisers for grassland agriculture
  208. Vegetation and edaphic factors influence rapid establishment of distinct fungal communities on former coal-spoil sites
  209. Olfactory-cued navigation in shearwaters: linking movement patterns to mechanisms
  210. Root development impacts on the distribution of phosphatase activity: Improvements in quantification using soil zymography
  211. Phosphorus acquisition by citrate- and phytase-exuding Nicotiana tabacum plant mixtures depends on soil phosphorus availability and root intermingling
  212. Risk of Silver Transfer from Soil to the Food Chain Is Low after Long-Term (20 Years) Field Applications of Sewage Sludge
  213. Neonicotinoids
  214. A method for uncertainty constraint of catchment discharge and phosphorus load estimates
  215. Co-occurrence of defensive traits in the potato aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae
  216. The anaplerotic node is essential for the intracellular survival of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  217. The adaptation of Fusarium culmorum to DMI Fungicides Is Mediated by Major Transcriptome Modifications in Response to Azole Fungicide, Including the Overexpression of a PDR Transporter (FcABC1).
  218. Dynamic changes of soil erosion in a typical disturbance zone of China's Three Gorges Reservoir
  219. Higher flight activity in the offspring of migrants compared to residents in a migratory insect
  220. A pore-scale model for simulating water flow in unsaturated soil
  221. Plant roots redesign the rhizosphere to alter the three-dimensional physical architecture and water dynamics
  222. A model based on Rock-Eval thermal analysis to quantify the size of the centennially persistent organic carbon pool in temperate soils
  223. Plant desiccation tolerance and its regulation in the foliage of resurrection “Flowering-Plant” species
  224. Hidden variation in polyploid wheat drives local adaptation
  225. Evidence for functional state transitions in intensively-managed soil ecosystems
  226. Towards FAIRer Biological Knowledge Networks Using a Hybrid Linked Data and Graph Database Approach
  227. (2R,5S)‐Theaspirane Identified as the Kairomone for the Banana Weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus, from Attractive Senesced Leaves of the Host Banana, Musa spp.
  228. Using Hermetia illucens to process Ugandan waragi waste
  229. The effect of an initial high-quality feeding regime on the survival of Gryllus bimaculatus (black cricket) on bio-waste
  230. Development and characterisation of protein films derived from dried distillers’ grains with solubles and in-process samples
  231. Fatty acid profile changes during gradual soil water depletion in oats suggests a role for Jasmonates in coping with drought
  232. Response of cell wall composition and RNA-seq transcriptome to methyl-jasmonate in Brachypodium distachyon callus
  233. Small Water Bodies in Great Britain and Ireland: Ecosystem function, human-generated degradation, and options for restorative action
  234. Framework for life cycle assessment of livestock production systems to account for the nutritional quality of final products
  235. Variability in commercial demand for tree saplings affects the probability of introducing exotic forest diseases
  236. Using a chemical genetics approach to dissect the nitrogen signalling pathway in Arabidopsis
  237. Passive particles Lévy walk through turbulence mirroring the diving patterns of marine predators
  238. Improved Interpretation of Mercury Intrusion and Soil Water Retention Percolation Characteristics by Inverse Modelling and Void Cluster Analysis
  239. China’s livestock transition: Driving forces, impacts, and consequences
  240. Livestock production evolving to contribute to sustainable societies
  241. Sedimentary chronology reinterpreted from Changshou Lake of the Three Gorges Reservoir Area reveals natural and anthropogenic control on sediment production
  242. Dissecting Wheat Grain Yield Drivers in a Mapping Population in the UK
  243. BIG regulates dynamic adjustment of circadian period in Arabidopsis thaliana
  244. Negotiation Skills for Librarians
  245. Oil from transgenic Camelina sativa containing over 25 % n-3 long-chain PUFA as the major lipid source in feed for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
  246. UK researchers receive prestigious award for work on wheat genomics
  247. Temperature and nitrogen supply interact to determine protein distribution gradients in the wheat grain endosperm
  248. New insights in the composition of wax and sterol esters in common and mutant sunflower oils revealed by ESI-MS/MS
  249. Reference gene selection for quantitative RT-PCR normalisation in barley under low nitrogen
  250. Investigating the breakdown of chemical control in brown planthoppers from Asia. PhD Thesis
  251. Structural and functional analyses of Rubisco from arctic diatom species reveal unusual posttranslational modifications
  252. Advanced processing of food waste based digestate for mitigating nitrogen losses in a winter wheat crop
  253. Climate Change And Insect Pests: Monitoring And Surveillance Of The Migratory Phase For Smart Crop Protection
  254. Organic phosphorus in the terrestrial environment: a perspective on the state of the art and future priorities
  255. Soil Water Retention: Uni-Modal Models of Pore-Size Distribution Neglect Impacts of Soil Management
  256. Inorganic Nitrogen Application Affects Both Taxonomical and Predicted Functional Structure of Wheat Rhizosphere Bacterial Communities
  257. Levy foraging patterns of rural humans
  258. Distinguishing between apparent and actual randomness: a preliminary examination with Australian ants
  259. Crop Biotechnology: Genetic Modification and Genome Editing
  260. The contribution of cattle urine and dung to nitrous oxide emissions: Quantification of country specific emission factors and implications for national inventories
  261. Chapter 9 - Projecting Soil C Under Future Climate and Land-Use Scenarios (Modeling)
  262. The effect of trophic level on individual amino acid δ15N values in a terrestrial ruminant food web
  263. What good is weed diversity?
  264. An analysis of variability in genome organisation of intracellular calcium release channels across insect orders
  265. The stage of seed development influences iron bioavailability in pea (Pisum sativum L.)
  266. Growers’ risk perception and trust in control options for huanglongbing citrus-disease in Florida and California
  267. Spatial Analysis of Digital Imagery of Weeds in a Maize Crop
  268. Reducing water use by alternate-furrow irrigation with livestock wastewater reduces antibiotic resistance gene abundance in the rhizosphere but not in the non-rhizosphere
  269. Defining the habitat niche of Alopecurus myosuroides at the field scale
  270. Arable Crop Disease Alert System - AHDB Project Report 594
  271. Effects of Organic and Conventional Crop Nutrition on Profiles of Polar Metabolites in Grain of Wheat
  272. A single mutation is driving resistance to pyrethroids in European populations of the parasitic mite, Varroa destructor
  273. Effective methods to reduce cadmium accumulation in rice grain
  274. An overview of functional genomic tools in deciphering insecticide resistance
  275. Prospects for management of whitefly using plant semiochemicals, compared with related pests
  276. The latest FAD – Faecal antibody detection in cattle. Protocol and results from three UK beef farms naturally infected with gastrointestinal nematodes
  277. Overexpression of acetyl-CoA synthetase (ACS) enhances the biosynthesis of neutral lipids and starch in the green microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
  278. An analysis of potential controls on long-term 137Cs accumulation in the sediments of UK lakes
  279. Tracing catchment fine sediment sources using the new SIFT (SedIment Fingerprinting Tool) open source software
  280. The influence of exogenous organic carbon assimilation and photoperiod on the carbon and lipid metabolism of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
  281. The Arabidopsis GORK K+-channel is phosphorylated by calcium-dependent protein kinase 21 (CPK21), which in turn is activated by 14-3-3 proteins
  282. Inter-genome comparison of the Quorn fungus Fusarium venenatum and the closely related plant infecting pathogen Fusarium graminearum
  283. An altered tocopherol composition in chloroplasts reduces plant resistance to Botrytis cinerea
  284. Plasmodium-associated changes in human odor attract mosquitoes
  285. Worldwide emergence of resistance to antifungal drugs challenges human health and food security
  286. Unravelling the molecular determinants of bee sensitivity to neonicotinoid insecticides
  287. Plant pathogen effector proteins as manipulators of host microbiomes?
  288. Rice auxin influx carrier OsAUX1 facilitates root hair elongation in response to low external phosphate
  289. Soil N transformation mechanisms can effectively conserve N in soil under saturated conditions compared to unsaturated conditions in subtropical China
  290. Converting loss-on-ignition to organic carbon content in arable topsoil: Pitfalls and proposed procedure
  291. The Role of Trehalose 6-Phosphate in Crop Yield and Resilience
  292. Evidence from mortality dating of Fraxinus excelsior indicates ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) was active in England in 2004-2005
  293. Particle size differentiation explains flow regulation controls on sediment sorting in the water-level fluctuation zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
  294. Elite UK winter wheat cultivars differ in their ability to support the colonisation of beneficial root-infecting fungi
  295. Exploring the resilience of wheat crops grown in short rotations through minimising the build-up of an important soil-borne fungal pathogen
  296. Branched Pectic Galactan in Phloem-Sieve-Element Cell Walls: Implications for Cell Mechanics
  297. Foxtail mosaic virus: a new viral vector for protein expression in cereals
  298. Shifting the limits in wheat research and breeding using a fully annotated reference genome
  299. Amendment soil with biochar to control antibiotic resistance genes under unconventional water resources irrigation : Proceed with caution
  300. Effects of the ridge mulched system on soil water and inorganic nitrogen distribution in the Loess Plateau of China
  301. Impacts of plastic film mulching on crop yields, soil water, nitrate, and organic carbon in Northwestern China: A meta-analysis
  302. Digest: Plants adapt under attack: genotypic selection and phenotypic plasticity under herbivore pressure
  303. Identification of Leaf Promoters for Use in Transgenic Wheat
  304. Adaptation response surfaces for local management of wheat under perturbed climate and CO2 concentration in a Mediterranean environment.
  305. Grand challenges in sustainable intensification and ecosystem services
  306. The Importance of Sustained Grassland and Environmental Research: A Case Study From North Wyke Research Station, UK, 1982–2017
  307. Land-use type affects N2O production pathways in subtropical acidic soils
  308. Female Responses to Synthetic Pheromone and Plant Compounds in Agriotes brevis Candeze (Coleoptera: Elateridae)
  309. Spatial zoning of microbial functions and plant-soil nitrogen dynamics across a riparian area in an extensively grazed livestock system
  310. Rubber plantation ageing controls soil biodiversity after land conversion from cassava
  311. Increasing metabolic potential: C-fixation
  312. The environmental costs and benefits of high-yield farming
  313. Species and Genotype Effects of Bioenergy Crops on Root Production, Carbon and Nitrogen in Temperate Agricultural Soil
  314. Isolation and identification of floral attractants from a nectar plant for the dried bean beetle, Acanthoscelides obtectus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae, Bruchinae)
  315. Genome-Wide Characterization of DNA Methylation in an Invasive Lepidopteran Pest, the Cotton Bollworm Helicoverpa armigera
  316. Invasive egg predators and food availability interactively affect maternal investment in egg chemical defence
  317. Parental phenotype not predator cues influence egg warning coloration and defence levels
  318. Attractiveness of Host Plant Volatile Extracts to the Asian Citrus Psyllid, Diaphorina citri, is Reduced by Terpenoids from the Non-Host Cashew
  319. Conspecific and Heterogeneric Lacewings Respond to (Z)-4-Tridecene Identified from Chrysopa formosa (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
  320. Expression of lima bean terpene synthases in rice enhances recruitment of a beneficial enemy of a major rice pest
  321. Three Colletotrichum Species, Including a New Species, are Associated to Leaf Anthracnose of Rubber Tree in Hainan, China
  322. Prospects for improved off-crop habitat management for pollen beetle control in oilseed rape
  323. Cultivation and Use of Basket Willows - a guide to growing basket willows
  324. Functional diversity positively affects prey suppression by invertebrate predators: a meta-analysis
  325. Developing a sustainable strategy to conserve reservoir marginal landscapes
  326. Effect of long‐term drainage on plant community, soil carbon and nitrogen contents and stable isotopic (δ13C, δ15N) composition of a permanent grassland
  327. Effects of cropping systems upon the three-dimensional architecture of soil systems are highly contingent upon texture
  328. Phylogenetic distribution, biogeography and the effects of land management upon bacterial non-specific Acid phosphatase Gene diversity and abundance
  329. Dynamic selection of environmental variables to improve the prediction of aphid phenology: A machine learning approach
  330. Data to calculate emissions intensity for individual beef cattle reared on pasture-based production systems
  331. Roles of instrumented farm-scale trials in trade-off assessments of pasture-based ruminant production systems
  332. Salicin-7-sulfate: A new salicinoid from willow and implications for herbal medicine
  333. The challenges of modelling phosphorus in a headwater catchment: Applying a "limits of acceptability" uncertaintly framework to a water quality model
  334. Allelic variants of OsSUB1A cause differential expression of transcription factor genes in response to submergence in rice
  335. The genome of the biting midge Culicoides sonorensis and gene expression analyses of vector competence for Bluetongue virus
  336. Global environmental costs of China's thirst for milk
  337. Trehalose 6-phosphate regulates photosynthesis and assimilate partitioning in reproductive tissue
  338. Where are the drought tolerant crops? An assessment of more than two decades of plant biotechnology effort in crop improvement
  339. Are GM Crops for Yield and Resilience Possible?
  340. The effect of microbial activity on soil water diffusivity
  341. Assessing the potential impacts of a revised set of on-farm nutrient and sediment "basic" control measures for reducing agricultural diffuse pollution across England
  342. Mineral N stock and nitrate accumulation in the 50 to 200 m profile on the Loess Plateau
  343. How shallow and how many points of measurements are sufficient to estimate the deep profile mean soil water content of a hillslope in the Loess Plateau?
  344. Peri-urbanization may vary with vegetation restoration: A large scale regional analysis
  345. Assessing uncertainties in crop and pasture ensemble model simulations of productivity and N2O emissions
  346. Sharing mutants and experimental information prepublication using FgMutantDb (https://scabusa.org/FgMutantDb)
  347. The role of pasture in the diet of ruminant livestock
  348. Distributions of emissions intensity for individual beef cattle reared on pasture-based production systems
  349. Soil organic matter widens the range of water contents for tillage
  350. Neofunctionalization of Duplicated P450 Genes Drives the Evolution of Insecticide Resistance in the Brown Planthopper
  351. Excretion of avenanthramides, phenolic acids and their major metabolites following intake of oat bran
  352. Wheat receptor-kinase-like protein Stb6 controls gene-for-gene resistance to fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  353. Hyperspectral measurements of yellow rust and fusarium head blight in cereal crops: Part 1: Laboratory study
  354. Beyond the one-way ANOVA for 'omics data
  355. Major limitations to achieving 4 per 1000 increases in soil organic carbon stock in temperate regions: evidence from long-term experiments at Rothamsted Research, UK
  356. The origins of global invasions of the German wasp (Vespula germanica) and its infection with four honey bee viruses
  357. Input data needed for a risk model for the entry, establishment and spread of a pathogen (Phomopsis vaccinii) of blueberries and cranberries in the EU
  358. Do ancient types of wheat have health benefits compared with modern bread wheat?
  359. The stable oxygen isotope ratio of resin extractable phosphate derived from fresh cattle faeces
  360. UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) spittle bug data: 1993-2015
  361. Transcriptome changes induced by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) roots
  362. Construction of a network describing asparagine metabolism in plants and its application to the identification of genes affecting asparagine metabolism in wheat under drought and nutritional stress
  363. Data set of enzyme fingerprinting of dietary fibre components (arabinoxylan and β-glucan) in old and modern Italian durum wheat genotypes
  364. Fingerprinting sub-basin spatial sediment sources using different multivariate statistical techniques and the Modified MixSIR model
  365. A comparison of GPR early-time signal approaches for mapping changes in shallow soil water content
  366. Simulating greenhouse gas emissions and stocks of carbon and nitrogen in soil from a long-term no-till system in the North China Plain
  367. Inoculum potential of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum sclerotia depends on isolate and host plant
  368. Colour as reliable tracer to identify the sources of historically deposited flood bench sediment in the Transkei, South Africa: A comparison with mineral magnetic tracers before and after hydrogen peroxide pre-treatment
  369. An exploration of individual, social and material factors influencing water pollution mitigation behaviours within the farming community
  370. Using lipidomics to reveal details of lipid accumulation in developing seeds from oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
  371. Cumulative and partially recoverable impacts of nitrogen addition on a temperate steppe
  372. Variability in the mineral magnetic properties of soils and sediments within a single field in the Cape Fold mountains, South Africa : Implications for sediment sourcing tracing
  373. Modelling daily to seasonal carbon fluxes and annual net ecosystem carbon balance of cereal grain-cropland using DailyDayCent: A model data comparison
  374. Genomic, biochemical and modelling analyses of asparagine synthetases from wheat
  375. Impact of two centuries of intensive agriculture on soil carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in the UK
  376. A novel dielectric tensiometer enabling precision PID-based irrigation control of polytunnel-grown strawberries in coir
  377. The early inflorescence of Arabidopsis thaliana demonstrates positional effects in floral organ growth and meristem patterning
  378. Exploring traditional aus-type for metabolites conferring drought tolerance
  379. N-terminomics reveals control of Arabidopsis seed storage proteins and proteases by the Arg/N-end rule pathway
  380. Agronomic and environmental causes of yield and nitrogen use efficiency gaps in Chinese rice farming systems
  381. Contribution of crop model structure, parameters and climate projections to uncertainty in climate change impact assessments
  382. Langevin dynamics encapsulate the microscopic and emergent macroscopic properties of midge swarms
  383. The electronic Rothamsted Archive (e-RA): an online resource for data from the Rothamsted long-term experiments
  384. Modelling field scale spatial variation in water run-off, soil moisture, N2O emissions and herbage biomass of a grazed pasture using the SPACSYS model
  385. Classifying multi-model wheat yield impact response surfaces showing sensitivity to temperature and precipitation change.
  386. Grassland futures in Great Britain – productivity assessment and scenarios for land use change opportunities
  387. Suppression of a single BAHD gene in Setaria viridis causes large, stable decreases in cell wall feruloylation and increases biomass digestibility
  388. The sensitivity of breeding songbirds to changes in seasonal timing is linked to population change but cannot be directly attributed to the effects of trophic asynchrony on productivity
  389. Identification and expression profiling of Pht1 phosphate transporters in wheat in controlled environments and in the field
  390. In vitro fermentability of xylo-oligosaccharide and xylo-polysaccharide fractions with different molecular weights by human faecal bacteria