1. Field-based determination of controls on runoff and fine sediment generation from lowland grazing livestock fields
  2. Journal of animal breeding and genetics
  3. Insights into Pasteurellaceae carriage dynamics in the nasal passages of healthy beef calves
  4. Survey of husbandry and health on UK commercial dairy goat farms
  5. Fingerprinting sub-basin spatial sediment sources in a large Iranian catchment under dry-land cultivation and rangeland farming: combining geochemical tracers and weathering indices
  6. Metabolomics analysis and biological investigation of three Malvaceae plants
  7. Editorial for soil organic matter 2019 special issue
  8. Towards a new phenotype for tick resistance in beef and dairy cattle : a review
  9. Land use and climate change impacts on erosion and sediment transport. Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (PIAHS), Volume 381, P 1-126
  10. A palaeoenvironmental study of particle size‐specific connectivity—New insights and implications from the West Sussex Rother Catchment, United Kingdom
  11. Seasonal variations in N2 and N2O emissions from a wheat-maize cropping system
  12. Gradients of Gluten Proteins and Free Amino Acids along the Longitudinal Axis of the Developing Caryopsis of Bread Wheat
  13. Enhancing plant biosecurity with citizen science monitoring: comparing methodologies using reports of acute oak decline
  14. Quantifying the hidden costs of imperfect detection for early detection surveillance
  15. In-season early mapping of rice area and flooding dynamics from optical and SAR satellite data
  16. Fingerprinting sub-basin spatial suspended sediment sources by combining geochemical tracers and weathering indices
  17. Mass Seasonal Migrations of Hoverflies Provide Extensive Pollination and Crop Protection Services
  18. Phosphorus Use Efficiency and Fertilizers: future opportunities for improvements
  19. Multifunctionalizing the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum for sustainable co-production of omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids and recombinant phytase
  20. Rainfall driven transport of carbon and nitrogen along karst slopes and associative interaction characteristic
  21. Overexpression of ca1pase decreases Rubisco abundance and grain yield in wheat
  22. Identification of a major QTL and associated marker for high arabinoxylan fibre in white wheat flour
  23. Contrasting gene expression patterns in grain of high and low asparagine wheat genotypes in response to sulphur supply
  24. Acrylamide in food: progress in and prospects for genetic and agronomic solutions
  25. Characteristics and distribution of Colletotrichum species in coffee plantations in Hainan, China
  26. Soil C and N dynamics and hydrological processes in a maize-wheat rotation field subjected to different tillage and straw management practices
  27. Modified expression of ZmMYB167 in Brachypodium distachyon and Zea mays leads to increased cell wall lignin and phenolic content
  28. Exploring the role of cereal dietary fibre in digestion
  29. Forage consumption and its effects on performance of growing swine – discussed in relation to European wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) in semi-extensive systems: A review
  30. The Effect of Drying Methods on Water-Soluble Carbohydrates and Crude Protein Concentrations and Their Ratio in Two Perennial Ryegrass Cultivars
  31. Nitrogen Surplus Benchmarks for Controlling N Pollution in the Main Cropping Systems of China
  32. Simultaneous Quantification of Soil Phosphorus Labile Pool and Desorption Kinetics Using DGTs and 3D-DIFS
  33. Radiometric calibration of ‘Commercial off the shelf’ cameras for UAV-based high-resolution temporal phenotyping of reflectance and NDVI
  34. Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH) – a community perspective
  35. sRNA profiling combined with gene function analysis reveals a lack of evidence for cross-kingdom RNAi in the wheat – Zymoseptoria tritici pathosystem
  36. A novel gibberellin promotes seedling establishment
  37. Translating surveillance data into incidence estimates
  38. New modelling technique for improving crop model performance - Application to the GLAM model
  39. Mutagenesis separates ATPase and thioesterase activities of the peroxisomal ABC transporter, Comatose
  40. The impact of metal-rich sediments derived from mining on freshwater stream life
  41. Smart forage selection could significantly improve soil health in the tropics
  42. Increasing the agricultural, environmental and economic benefits of farming based on suitable crop rotations and optimum fertilizer applications
  43. Adverse Reactions to Wheat or Wheat Components
  44. Carbon sequestration potential through conservation agriculture in Africa has been largely overestimated Comment on : "Meta-analysis on carbon sequestration through conservation agriculture in Africa"
  45. What is gluten- why is it special?
  46. First application of loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assays for rapid identification of mating type in the heterothallic fungus Aspergillus fumigatus
  47. Editorial: Special Issue on silage
  48. Risk factors for European winter oilseed rape production under climate change
  49. Impact of transition from permanent pasture to new swards on the nitrogen use efficiency, nitrogen and carbon budgets of beef and sheep production
  50. Alterations in life-history associated with non-target-site herbicide resistance in Alopecurus myosuroides
  51. Sphingolipids: towards an integrated view of metabolism during the plant stress response
  52. Effect of Senescence Phenotypes and Nitrate Availability on Wheat Leaf Metabolome during Grain Filling
  53. Multi-objective optimization as a tool to identify possibilities for future agricultural landscapes
  54. Structural and biochemical evaluation of Ceratitis capitata odorant-binding protein 22 affinity for odorants involved in intersex communication
  55. Impact of 13-years of nitrogen addition on nitrous oxide and methane fluxes and ecosystem respiration in a temperate grassland
  56. Seed-drill opener type and crop residue load affect canola establishment, but only residue load affects yield
  57. Soil Characteristics Overwhelm Cultivar Effects on the Structure and Assembly of Root-Associated Microbiomes of Modern Maize
  58. Exploiting genetic variation in nitrogen use efficiency
  59. A Generic Approach for Live prediction of the risk of agricultural field runoff and delivery to watercourses: linking parsimonious soil-water-connectivity models with live weather data APIs in decision tools
  60. Use of the pre-assembled ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complex for gene editing of wheat and poplar
  61. The challenges of delivering genetically modified crops with nutritional enhancement traits
  62. Identification and functional characterisation of a novel N-cyanoamidine neonicotinoid metabolising cytochrome P450, CYP9Q6, from the buff-tailed bumblebee Bombus terrestris
  63. Revealing patterns of nocturnal migration using the European weather radar network
  64. Improving electrocoagulation floatation for harvesting microalgae
  65. Assessing the ability of silage lactic acid bacteria to incorporate and transform inorganic selenium within laboratory scale silos
  66. Exploring future food provision scenarios for China
  67. First evidence of retained sexual capacity and survival in the pyrethroid resistant Sitobion avenae (F.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) SA3 super-clone following exposure to a pyrethroid at current field-rate.
  68. The evolution of multiple-insecticide resistance in UK populations of tomato leafminer, Tuta absoluta
  69. Assessing availability and greenhouse gas emissions of lignocellulosic biomass feedstock supply - case study for a catchment in England
  70. Grazing preference of dairy cows and pasture productivity for different cultivars of perennial ryegrass under contrasting managements
  71. Application of Bayesian statistics to estimate nitrous oxide emission factors of three nitrogen fertilisers on UK grasslands
  72. Metrics of biomass, live-weight gain and nitrogen loss of ryegrass sheep pasture in the 21st century
  73. A breeding strategy targeting the secondary gene pool of bread wheat: introgression from a synthetic hexaploid wheat
  74. Modeling Carbon and Water Fluxes of Managed Grasslands: Comparing Flux Variability and Net Carbon Budgets between Grazed and Mowed Systems
  75. Silencing an essential gene involved in infestation and digestion in grain aphid through plant‐mediated RNA interference generates aphid‐resistant wheat plants
  76. After The Deluge: Plant Revival Post-Flooding
  77. Differentiating the geographical origin of Ethiopian coffee using XRF- and ICP-based multi-element and stable isotope profiling
  78. Spatiotemporal differences in the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi communities in soil and roots in response to long-term organic compost inputs in an intensive agricultural cropping system on the North China Plain
  79. Non-canonical fungal G-protein coupled receptors promote Fusarium head blight on wheat
  80. Postprandial incorporation of EPA and DHA from transgenic Camelina sativa oil into blood lipids is equivalent to that from fish oil in healthy humans
  81. Environmental effects on flying migrants revealed by radar
  82. Mechanical spectroscopy of insect swarms
  83. Stabilization of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in China over the past decade
  84. Foliar N application at anthesis alters grain protein composition and enhances baking quality in winter wheat only under a low N fertiliser regimen
  85. Screening of locally available organic materials as substrates for production of Pochonia chlamydosporia in Kenya
  86. Monte Carlo fingerprinting of the terrestrial sources of different particle size fractions of coastal sediment deposits using geochemical tracers: some lessons for the user community
  87. Silencing of a BAHD acyltransferase in sugarcane increases biomass digestibility
  88. Basic LEUCINE ZIPPER TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR 67 transactivates DELAY OF GERMINATION 1 to establish primary seed dormancy in Arabidopsis
  89. WGIN Stakeholders' Newsletter [April 2019]
  90. Multiple abiotic stress, nitrate availability and the growth of wheat
  91. Management practices influence the competitivepotential of weed communities and their value tobiodiversity in South African vineyards
  92. Cover Crop Biomass Production Is More Important than Diversity for Weed Suppression
  93. Yield and the 15N Fate in Rice/Maize Season in the Yangtze River Ba
  94. Desert island papers-a life in variance parameter and quantitative genetic parameter estimation reviewed using sixteen papers
  95. Assessing the performance of UAS-compatible multispectral and hyperspectral sensors for soil organic carbon prediction
  96. Ecological traits predict population changes in moths
  97. Trends and indicators for quantifying moth abundance and occupancy in Scotland
  98. Molecular quantification of Plasmodium parasite density from the blood retained in used RDTs
  99. Global wheat production with 1.5 and 2.0°C above pre‐industrial warming
  100. Analysis of small RNAs in the Zymoseptoria tritici – wheat interaction
  101. RNA interference-mediated knockdown of voltage-gated sodium channel (MpNav) gene causes mortality in peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae
  102. Update on GM canola crops as novel sources of omega-3 fish oils
  103. The contribution of spatial mass effects to plant diversity in arable fields
  104. On the origin of the tensile strength of insect swarms
  105. The Growth and N Retention of Two Annual Desert Plants Varied Under Different Nitrogen Deposition Rates
  106. GCR1 and GPA1 coupling regulates nitrate, cell wall, immunity and light responses in Arabidopsis
  107. Effects of soybean oil supplements to diets of lactating dairy cows, on productive performance, and milk fat acids profile: a meta-analysis
  108. Oat bran, but not its isolated bioactive β-glucans or polyphenols, have a bifidogenic effect in an in vitro fermentation model of the gut microbiota
  109. Landmark Papers: No. 8 Burgess, T.M. & Webster, R. 1980. Optimal interpolation and isarithmic mapping of soil properties. I. The semi-variogram and punctual kriging. Journal of Soil Science, 31, 315–331 Reflections by R. Webster
  110. Harmonic radar tracking reveals random dispersal pattern of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens after hibernation
  111. Phenylalkanoid glycosides (non-salicinoids) from wood chips of Salix triandra × dasyclados hybrid willow
  112. The Arabidopsis RRM domain protein EDM3 mediates race-specific disease resistance by controlling H3K9me2-dependent alternative polyadenylation of RPP7 immune receptor transcripts.
  113. Permanent dry soil layer a critical control on soil desiccation on China’s Loess Plateau
  114. Bayesian analysis and prediction of hybrid performance
  115. Modeling copy number variation in the genomic prediction of maize hybrids
  116. Evolutionary epidemiology predicts the emergence of glyphosate resistance in a major agricultural weed
  117. Fingerprinting the contribution of quarrying to fine‐grained bed sediment in a mountainous catchment, Iran
  118. Using virulence mutants to identify Avr genes in the wheat stem rust fungus, Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici
  119. A Yield-Related Agricultural Drought Index Reveals Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of Droughts in Southwestern China
  120. Optimal interpolation and isarithmic mapping of soil properties .1. The semi-variogram and punctual kriging
  121. Influence of Pickling Process on Allium cepa and Citrus limon Metabolome as Determined via Mass Spectrometry-Based Metabolomics
  122. Drought tolerance during reproductive development is important for increasing wheat yield potential under climate change in Europe
  123. Yield responses of arable crops to liming - An evaluation of relationships between yields and soil pH from a long-term liming experiment
  124. Assessing yield gap in high productive countries by designing wheat ideotypes
  125. GWmodel
  126. Movement Ecology of Pest Helicoverpa: Implications for Ongoing Spread
  127. Raising genetic yield potential in high productive countries: Designing wheat ideotypes under climate change
  128. A response to “A comment on Geographically weighted regression with parameter-specific distance metrics.”
  129. The forgotten semantics of regression modelling in Geography
  130. Pathogen Population Biology Research can Reduce International Threats to Tree Health Posed by Invasive Fungi
  131. Scalable Database Indexing and Fast Image Retrieval Based on Deep Learning and Hierarchically Nested Structure Applied to Remote Sensing and Plant Biology
  132. Identification of a non-host semiochemical from tick-resistant donkeys (Equus asinus) against Amblyomma sculptum ticks
  133. The role of plant species and soil condition in the structural development of the rhizosphere
  134. Application of metabolomics and molecular networking in investigating the chemical profile and antitrypanosomal activity of British bluebells ( Hyacinthoides non-scripta )
  135. Force-induced repolarization of an active crawler
  136. Advances in sorghum and millet research special issue
  137. Genomic insight into neonicotinoid sensitivity in the solitary bee Osmia bicornis
  138. Drought stress affects the protein and dietary fiber content of wholemeal wheat flour in wheat/Aegilops addition lines
  139. Omega-3 Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, EPA and DHA: Bridging the Gap between Supply and Demand Nutrients
  140. Livestock Performance for Sheep and Cattle Grazing Lowland Permanent Pasture: Benchmarking Potential of Forage-Based Systems
  141. Function and pharmacology of glutamate-gated chloride channel exon 9 splice variants from the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella
  142. Fluxes of N2O, CH4 and soil respiration as affected by water and nitrogen addition in a temperate desert
  143. A flexible semi-empirical model for estimating ammonia volatilization from field-applied slurry
  144. ACE: Application for Conditional probability Elicitation
  145. A Possible Connection Between Plant Longevity and the Absence of Protein Fibrillation: Basis for Identifying Aggregation Inhibitors in Plants
  146. Harmonic radar tracking reveals random dispersal pattern of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens after hibernation
  147. Phosphorus in agriculture: a review of results from 175 years research at Rothamsted, UK
  148. Oleuropein derivatives from olive fruit extracts reduce α-synuclein fibrillation and oligomer toxicity
  149. New bioactive metabolites from the elicited marine sponge-derived bacterium Actinokineospora spheciospongiae sp. nov.
  150. Isolation of anticancer and anti-trypanosome secondary metabolites from the endophytic fungus Aspergillus flocculus via bioactivity guided isolation and MS based metabolomics
  151. Response of ammonia volatilization to biochar addition: A meta-analysis
  152. Opposite fates of the purine metabolite allantoin under water and nitrogen limitations in bread wheat
  153. The regulation of three new members of the cytochrome P450 CYP6 family and their promoters in the cotton aphid Aphis gossypii by plant allelochemicals
  154. Spatial and habitat variation in aphid, butterfly, moth and bird phenologies over the last half century
  155. Decision support framework to identify lakes that are likely to meet water quality targets if external inputs of phosphorus from agriculture are reduced
  156. Determination of the prebiotic activity of wheat arabinogalactan peptide (AGP) using batch culture fermentation
  157. Characterisation of major genes mediating resistance to Septoria tritici blotch disease in wheat.
  158. Digest: Plant-pathogen coevolution extends to shifts in plant breeding systems
  159. Optimizing the bioenergy water footprint selecting SRC willow canopy phenotypes: regional scenario simulations
  160. Spatially explicit simulation of land use/land cover changes: Current coverage and future prospects
  161. Tandem fluorescent protein timers for non-invasive relative protein lifetime measurement in plants
  162. Two common invertebrate predators show varying responses to different types of sentinel prey in a mesocosm study
  163. Livestock in diverse cropping systems improve weed management and sustain yields whilst reducing inputs
  164. Nitrogen use efficiency and nitrous oxide emissions from five UK fertilised grasslands
  165. Cell surface immune receptors: the guardians of the plant’s extracellular spaces
  166. The role of photoprotection in disease resistance to Septoria tritici blotch in wheat
  167. Knocking down wheat meiotic genes through Virus-induced gene-silencing (VIGS)
  168. MSH2 is required for obligate crossover formation in wheat
  169. The sources and dynamics of fine-grained sediment degrading the Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera) beds of the River Torridge, Devon, UK
  170. Does the “high sugar” trait of perennial ryegrass cultivars express under temperate climate conditions?
  171. Implications of crop model ensemble size and composition for estimates of adaptation effects and agreement of recommendations
  172. Climate change impact and adaptation for wheat protein
  173. Investigating the importance of recreational roads as a sediment source in a mountainous catchment using a fingerprinting procedure with different multivariate statistical techniques and a Bayesian un-mixing model
  174. A herbicide resistance risk matrix
  175. Sampling for disease absence-deriving informed monitoring from epidemic traits
  176. A loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assay for rapid and specific detection of airborne inoculum of Uromyces betae (sugar beet rust)
  177. Land-use type affects nitrate production and consumption pathways in subtropical acidic soils
  178. Adequate vegetative cover decreases nitrous oxide emissions from cattle urine deposited in grazed pastures under rainy season conditions
  179. Improved isotopic model based on 15N tracing and Rayleigh-type isotope fractionation for simulating differential sources of N2O emissions in a clay grassland soil
  180. Responses of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus to two consecutive drying–rewetting cycles in soils
  181. Short-term air temperature forecasting using Nonparametric Functional Data Analysis and SARMA models
  182. Accounting for data sparsity when forming spatially coherent zones
  183. Improving wheat as a source of iron and zinc for global nutrition
  184. Oat and lipolysis: Food matrix effect
  185. A framework for the regional critical zone classification: the case of the Chinese Loess Plateau
  186. Comparison of ammonia emissions related to nitrogen use efficiency of livestock production in Europe
  187. A high-resolution map of soil pH in China made by hybrid modelling of sparse soil data and environmental covariates and its implications for pollution
  188. Cover crop species have contrasting influence upon soil structural genesis and microbial community phenotype
  189. Sequence-specific nucleases as tools for enhancing disease resistance in crops
  190. Increasing livestock wastewater application in alternate-furrow irrigation reduces nitrification gene abundance but not nitrification rate in rhizosphere
  191. Extension of Partial Gene Transcripts by Iterative Mapping of RNA-Seq Raw Reads
  192. Modelling the effect of spatially variable soil properties on the distribution of weeds
  193. Fate and transport of urea-N in a rain-fed ridge-furrow crop system with plastic mulch
  194. Field scale temporal and spatial variability of δ13C, δ15N, TC and TN soil properties : Implications for sediment source tracing
  195. Variations in soil and plant-microbiome composition with different quality irrigation waters and biochar supplementation
  196. Development of pull and push-pull systems for management of Lesser Mealworm, Alphitobius diaperinus, in poultry houses using alarm and aggregation pheromones
  197. Soil nitrous oxide emissions from grassland: potential inhibitor effect of hippuric acid
  198. The relationships between seedling root screens, root growth in the field and grain yield for wheat
  199. Assessment of empirical algorithms for bathymetry extraction using Sentinel-2 data
  200. Acrylamide: new European risk management measures and prospects for reducing the acrylamide-forming potential of wheat
  201. Sustainable Development Goal 2: improved targets and indicators for agriculture and food security
  202. Acrylamide in Food
  203. Quantifying the spatio-temporal drivers of planned vegetation restoration on ecosystem services at a large regional scale
  204. Distance metric choice can both reduce and induce collinearity in geographically weighted regression
  205. A simulation study on specifying a regression model for spatial data: choosing between heterogeneity and autocorrelation effects
  206. Determining the sources of nutrient flux to water in headwater catchments: Examining the speciation balance to inform the targeting of mitigation measures
  207. Stability of wheat grain yields over three field seasons in the UK
  208. Soil health pilot study in England: outcomes from an on-farm earthworm survey
  209. Baseline map of soil organic carbon in Tibet and its uncertainty in the 1980s
  210. Impact of heat processing on the nutritional content of Gryllus bimaculatus (black cricket)
  211. Legislation governing genetically modified (GM) and genome edited crops in Europe: The need for change
  212. The evolutionary origins of pesticide resistance
  213. The importance of scale in spatially varying coefficient modelling
  214. When multi-functional landscape meets critical zone science: advancing multi-disciplinary research for sustainable human well-being
  215. Soil compaction effects upon litter decomposition in an arable field and implications for management of crop residues and headlands
  216. Long‐term shifts in the seasonal abundance of adult Culicoides biting midges and their impact on potential arbovirus outbreaks
  217. Relating soil C and organic matter fractions to structural stability