2020

  1. The Multi-Fungicide Resistance Status of Aspergillus fumigatus Populations in Arable Soils and the Wider European Environment
  2. Three Aphid-Transmitted Viruses Encourage Vector Migration From Infected Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) Plants Through a Combination of Volatile and Surface Cues
  3. Change in phytoextraction of Cd by rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) with application rate of organic acids and the impact of Cd migration from bulk soil to the rhizosphere
  4. Investigating the Mechanisms Behind Moth Declines: Plants, Land-use and Climate
  5. The history of the North Wyke Manor
  6. Pan-European multi- crop model ensemble projections of climate change impact on wheat and grain maize
  7. Forage plant mixture type interacts with soil moisture to affect soil nutrient availability in the short term
  8. The problem of scale in predicting biological responses to climate
  9. Using a meta-analysis approach to understand complexity in soil biodiversity and phosphorus acquisition in plants
  10. Data Study Group Network Final Report: Rothamsted Research
  11. IWMPRAISE – An EU Horizon 2020 Project Providing Integrated Weed Management Solutions to European Farmers
  12. The Future of Europe’s Arable Wildlife
  13. A Weed’s Eye View of Arable Habitats.
  14. Wild Pollinators in Arable Habitats: Trends, Threats and Opportunities
  15. Century long fertilization reduces stochasticity controlling grassland microbial community succession
  16. Weeds: Against the Rules?
  17. Do ecological specialization and functional traits explain the abundance-frequency relationship? Arable weeds as a case study
  18. Ecological Specialization and Rarity of Arable Weeds: Insights from a Comprehensive Survey in France
  19. Optimizing the choice of service crops in vineyards to achieve both runoff mitigation and water provisioning for grapevine: a trait-based approach
  20. Non‐flooding rice yield response to straw biochar and controlled‐release fertilizer
  21. The economics of liming in arable crop rotations: analysis of the 35-year Rothamsted and Woburn liming experiments
  22. Novel integrated agricultural land management approach provides sustainable biomass feedstocks for bioplastics and supports the UK’s ‘net-zero’ target.
  23. Geospatial and statistical interpretation of lineaments: salinity intrusion in the Kribi-Campo coastland of Cameroon
  24. Future agroclimatic conditions and implications for European grasslands.
  25. Time-lapse geophysical assessment of agricultural practices on soil moisture dynamics
  26. Accounting for heterogeneity in the 𝛉–𝛔 relationship: Application to wheat phenotyping using EMI
  27. Intrinsic stochasticity and the emergence of collective behaviours in insect swarms
  28. The Current Status of Research on Gibberellin Biosynthesis
  29. Comprehensive nutrient analysis in agricultural organic amendments through non-destructive assays using machine learning
  30. Contribution of soil microbial necromass to SOC stocks during vegetation recovery in a subtropical karst ecosystem
  31. From research to policy: optimizing the design of a national monitoring system to mitigate soil nitrous oxide emissions
  32. Measuring denitrification and the N2O:(N2O + N2) emission ratio from terrestrial soils
  33. Nitrous oxide emissions from ruminant urine: science and mitigation for intensively managed perennial pastures
  34. Investigation of the soil properties that affect Olsen P critical values in different soil types and impact on P fertiliser recommendations
  35. A Previously Undescribed Helotialean Fungus That Is Superabundant in Soil Under Maritime Antarctic Higher Plants
  36. Production of Phosphorus Fertiliser from Abattoir and Other Industrial Wastes
  37. Sustainable Cropping Requires Adaptation to a Heterogeneous Rhizosphere
  38. The TaCslA12 gene expressed in the wheat grain endosperm synthesizes wheat-like mannan when expressed in yeast and Arabidopsis
  39. Genetically modified plants are an alternative to oily fish for providing n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the human diet: A summary of the findings of a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council funded project
  40. Agricultural soils: A sink or source of methane across the British Isles?
  41. Understanding effects of genotype × environment × sowing window interactions for durum wheat in the Mediterranean basin
  42. Improved sensitivity, accuracy and prediction provided by a high-performance liquid chromatography screen for the isolation of phytase-harbouring organisms from environmental samples
  43. Assessing the evolution of wheat grain traits during the last 166 years using archived samples
  44. Towards environmentally sound intensification pathways for dairy development in the Tanga region of Tanzania
  45. Modelling spatio-temporal patterns of soil carbon and greenhouse gas emissions in grazing lands: Current status and prospects
  46. Using a meta-analysis approach to understand complexity in soil biodiversity and phosphorous acquisition in plants
  47. Modelling lifestyle changes in Insect endosymbionts, from insect mutualist to plant pathogen
  48. Sensing the Danger Signals: cis-Jasmone Reduces Aphid Performance on Potato and Modulates the Magnitude of Released Volatiles
  49. The impact of drought and rewetting on N2O emissions from soil in temperate and Mediterranean climates
  50. Letter to the editor Silage manuscripts in the Journal of Dairy Science
  51. Agriculture Green Development in China and the UK: common objectives and converging policy pathways
  52. Maintaining Seed Quality of Maize and Wheat through Dry Chain Technology in Pakistan
  53. 3D multifractal characterization of computed tomography images of soils under different tillage management: Linking multifractal parameters to physical properties
  54. Legacy effects override soil properties for CO2 and N2O but not CH4 emissions following digestate application to soil
  55. Comparing grain size composition of inter-rill and rill-eroded sediment from cultivated hillslope soils using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers
  56. Incorporating a fresh mixed annual ryegrass and berseem clover forage into the winter diet of dairy cows resulted in reduced milk yield, but reduced nitrogen excretion and reduced methane yield
  57. Defning lipids and T cell receptors involved in the intrinsic allergenicity of nut proteins
  58. The Wheat GENIE3 Network Provides Biologically-Relevant Information in Polyploid Wheat
  59. Lipidomic Analysis of Plasma from Healthy Men and Women Shows Phospholipid Class and Molecular Species Differences between Sexes
  60. Increased bioavailability of phenolic acids and enhanced vascular function following intake of feruloyl esterase-processed high fibre bread: A randomized, controlled, single blind, crossover human intervention trial
  61. The one health problem of azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus: current insights and future research agenda
  62. Adaptive strategies of high-flying migratory hoverflies in response to wind currents.
  63. Migratory take-off behaviour of the Mongolian grasshopper Oedaleus asiaticus
  64. Diversity, dynamics, direction, and magnitude of high-altitude migrating insects in the Sahel
  65. The ‘migratory connectivity’ concept, and its applicability to insect migrants
  66. Dynamics of dry matter accumulation in internodes indicates source and sink relations during grain-filling stage of japonica rice
  67. Improving wheat protein quality for breadmaking: The role of biotechnology
  68. Inhibitors of α-Synuclein Fibrillation and Oligomer Toxicity in Rosa damascena: The All-Pervading Powers of Flavonoids and Phenolic Glycosides
  69. Climate Change Dominated Long‐Term Soil Carbon Losses of Inner Mongolian Grasslands
  70. Mapping wind erosion hazard with regression-based machine learning algorithms
  71. Vulpia myuros, an increasing threat for agriculture in Weed Research
  72. The persistence of bacterial diversity and ecosystem multifunctionality along a disturbance intensity gradient in karst soil
  73. Simulation Models on the Ecology and Management of Arable Weeds: Structure, Quantitative Insights, and Applications
  74. Population genomics of selectively neutral genetic structure and herbicide resistance in UK populations of Alopecurus myosuroides
  75. Widespread distribution of resistance to triazole fungicides in Brazilian populations of the wheat blast pathogen
  76. Obtaining more benefits from crop residues as soil amendments by application as chemically heterogeneous mixtures
  77. Interplay between productive traits, the social rank and the cow's stability in the order of entrance to the milking parlour
  78. Are annual nitrous oxide fluxes sensitive to warming and increasing precipitation in the Gurbantunggut Desert?
  79. The progress of composting technologies from static heap to intelligent reactor: Benefits and limitations
  80. Assessment of Animal-Based Pig Welfare Outcomes on Farm and at the Abattoir: A Case Study
  81. Diversity of content and composition of cell wall-derived dietary fibre in polished rice
  82. Effect of farm management on topsoil organic carbon and aggregate stability in water: A case study from Southwest England, UK
  83. Modelling Chinese grassland systems to improve herder livelihoods and grassland sustainability
  84. Overexpression of ICE1 gene in mungbean (Vigna radiata L.) for cold tolerance
  85. Evaluating the potential of different carbon sources to promote denitrification
  86. Comparing Extraction Methods for Biomarker Steroid Characterisation from Soil and Slurry
  87. Invertebrate community structure predicts natural pest control resilience to insecticide exposure
  88. Money spider dietary choice in pre‐ and post‐harvest cereal crops using metabarcoding
  89. Field Validation of Senesced Banana Leaf Extracts for Trapping Banana Weevils on Smallholder Banana/Plantain Farms
  90. What makes a weed a weed? How virus-mediated reverse genetics can help to explore the genetics of weediness
  91. Using catchment characteristics to model seasonality of dissolved organic carbon fluxes in semi-arid mountainous headwaters
  92. CIEL Net zero carbon and uk livestock
  93. Occurrence and 15N-quantification of simultaneous nitrification and denitrification in N-fertilised soils incubated under oxygen-limiting conditions
  94. Sheep urination frequency, volume, N excretion and chemical composition: Implications for subsequent agricultural N losses
  95. Novel Multiplex and Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Assays for Rapid Species and Mating-Type Identification of Oculimacula acuformis and O. yallundae (Causal Agents of Cereal Eyespot), and Application for Detection of Ascospore Dispersal and in planta Use
  96. Ten amazing facts about aphids
  97. Long-term farmyard manure application affects soil organic phosphorus cycling: A combined metagenomic and 33P/14C labelling study
  98. Soil carbon, nitrogen, and sulphur status affects the metabolism of organic S but not its uptake by microorganisms
  99. Mapping sites of gibberellin biosynthesis in the Arabidopsis root tip
  100. Cross Inoculation of Rumen Fluid to Improve Dry Matter Disappearance and Its Effect on Bacterial Composition Using an in vitro Batch Culture Model
  101. Environmental impacts of nitrogen emissions in China and the role of policies in emission reduction
  102. Suppression of a BAHD acyltransferase decreases p-coumaroyl on arabinoxylan and improves biomass digestibility in the model grass Setaria viridis
  103. The contribution of fiber components to water absorption of wheat grown in the UK
  104. Adjusting for conditional bias in process model simulations of hydrological extremes: an experiment using the North Wyke Farm Platform
  105. In-field prevalence of resistant grain aphid Sitobion avenae (Fabricius)
  106. The role of vegetative cell fusions in the development and asexual reproduction of the wheat fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  107. Review: Allelochemicals as multi-kingdom plant defence compounds: Towards an integrated approach
  108. Uptake competition between selenium and sulphur fertilizers in sequential harvests of ryegrass: A stable isotope study
  109. Ensembl Genomes 2020-enabling non-vertebrate genomic research
  110. The Monarch Initiative in 2019: an integrative data and analytic platform connecting phenotypes to genotypes across species.
  111. A carbohydrate-binding protein, B-GRANULE CONTENT 1, influences starch granule size distribution in a dose-dependent manner in polyploid wheat
  112. Silicon amendment induces synergistic plant defense mechanism against pink stem borer (Sesamia inferens Walker.) in finger millet (Eleusine coracana Gaertn.).
  113. Using a Crop Model to Benchmark Miscanthus and Switchgrass
  114. Ants indirectly reduce the reproductive performance of a leafless shrub by benefiting aphids through predator deterrence
  115. Trehalose 6-phosphate signalling and impact on crop yield
  116. Edaphic factors and plants influence denitrification in soils from a long-term arable experiment
  117. Effect of Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria on the Growth of Wheat Seedlings Subjected to Phosphate Starvation
  118. Odorant binding proteins promote flight activity in the migratory insect, Helicoverpa armigera
  119. A strategy for modelling heavy-tailed greenhouse gases (GHG) data using the generalised extreme value distribution: Are we overestimating GHG flux using the sample mean?
  120. Sediment sources, soil loss rates and sediment yields in a Karst plateau catchment in Southwest China
  121. Temporal and spatial variations of carbon isotope signature reveal substantial contribution of bracts and internode assimilates to grain filling of japonica rice
  122. Leaf to panicle ratio (LPR): a new physiological trait indicative of source and sink relation in japonica rice based on deep learning
  123. Source fingerprinting loess deposits in Central Asia using elemental geochemistry with Bayesian and GLUE models
  124. Influence of Cutting Date on Phenotypic Variation in Fatty Acid Concentrations of Perennial Ryegrass Genotypes from a Breeding Population
  125. The Mineral Composition of Wild Type and Cultivated Varieties of Pasture Species
  126. Influence of Geographical Effects in Hedonic Pricing Models for Grass-Fed Cattle in Uruguay
  127. Significant structural evolution of a long-term fallow soil in response to agricultural management practices requires at least 10 years after conversion at the aggregate level
  128. Fate and transfer of heavy metals following repeated biogas slurry application in a rice-wheat crop rotation
  129. Extracted features from opto-acoustic audio recordings of aphids and beetles
  130. Opto-acoustic audio recordings of aphids and beetles
  131. Strategies to improve wheat for human health
  132. Improving starch and fibre in wheat grain for human health
  133. Sediment source fingerprinting: benchmarking recent outputs, remaining challenges and emerging themes
  134. Effects of drying methods and temperatures on protein, pasting, and thermal properties of white floury corn
  135. Meta-analysis of multidecadal biodiversity trends in Europe
  136. Misexpression of a transcriptional repressor candidate provides a molecular mechanism for the suppression of awns by Tipped 1 in wheat.
  137. Changes of nitrogen deposition in China from 1980 to 2018
  138. Fly-Tox: A panel of transgenic flies expressing pest and pollinator cytochrome P450s
  139. Sediment loss in response to scheduled pasture ploughing and reseeding: The importance of soil moisture content in controlling risk
  140. A new integrated data mining model to map spatial variation in the susceptibility of land to act as a source of aeolian dust
  141. Aerial psyllid (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) detection and monitoring using suction traps in Britain: population observations, new species found and a revised British checklist
  142. Combining yield potential and drought resilience in a spring wheat diversity panel
  143. Repellency and Composition of Essential Oils of Selected Ethnobotanical Plants Used in Western Kenya against Bites of Anopheles gambiae Sensu Stricto
  144. Do modern types of wheat have lower quality for human health?
  145. A Life of “Continuous and Honourable Usefulness:” Chemical Consulting and the Career of Robert Warington (1807-1867)
  146. Multitrophic interactions in the rhizosphere microbiome of wheat: from bacteria and fungi to protists
  147. Chronic vascular effects of oat phenolic acids and avenanthramides in pre- or stage 1 hypertensive adults
  148. Agriculture can help aquaculture become greener
  149. Utilization of KASP technology for wheat improvement
  150. Crop Sequence Generator (Version v1.0)
  151. Spatial Modelling of Within-Field Weed Populations - a Review
  152. Mapping Coeliac Toxic Motifs in the Prolamin Seed Storage Proteins of Barley, Rye, and Oats Using a Curated Sequence Database
  153. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae ABCD subfamily transporter Pxa1/Pxa2p co-imports CoASH into the peroxisome
  154. Editorial: Aegilops: Promising Genesources to Improve Agronomical and Quality Traits of Wheat
  155. Plant Root-Exudates Recruit Hyperparasitic Bacteria of Phytonematodes by Altered Cuticle Aging: Implications for Biological Control Strategies
  156. What is a good level of soil organic matter? An index based on organic carbon to clay ratio
  157. The case for improving crop carbon sink strength or plasticity for a CO2 rich future
  158. Global Research Alliance N2O chamber methodology guidelines: Recommendations for deployment and accounting for sources of variability
  159. Global Wheat Head Detection (GWHD) Dataset: A Large and Diverse Dataset of High-Resolution RGB-Labelled Images to Develop and Benchmark Wheat Head Detection Methods
  160. Moving Away From Limiting Similarity During Restoration: Timing of Arrival and Native Biomass Are Better Proxies of Invasion Suppression in Grassland Communities
  161. Nickel toxicity in Brassica rapa seedlings - Impact on sulfur metabolism and mineral nutrient content
  162. Impacts of G x E x M on Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Wheat and Future Prospects
  163. Investigating the status of pyrethroid resistance in UK populations of the cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala)
  164. Smart Armyworm Surveillance: Project Technical Report
  165. Spatial prediction of the concentration of selenium (Se) in grain across part of Amhara Region, Ethiopia
  166. Measured ammonia emissions from tropical and subtropical pastures: A comparison with 2006 IPCC, 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC, and EMEP/EEA (European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme and European Environmental Agency) inventory estimates.
  167. Cysteine and methionine biosynthetic enzymes have distinct effects on seed nutritional quality and on molecular phenotypes associated with accumulation of a methionine-rich seed storage protein in rice.
  168. Characterisation of bird cherry-oat aphid (Rhopalosiphum padi L.) behaviour and aphid host preference in relation to partially resistant and susceptible wheat landraces
  169. Soil health—useful terminology for communication or meaningless concept? Or both?
  170. Harnessing microbial volatiles to replace pesticides and fertilizers
  171. Stress, nutrients and genotype - understanding and managing asparagine accumulation in wheat grain.
  172. Using the Budyko hypothesis for detecting and attributing changes in runoff to climate and vegetation change in the soft sandstone area of the middle Yellow River basin, China
  173. Mapping the spatial sources of atmospheric dust using GLUE and Monte Carlo simulation
  174. Strategies to reduce nutrient pollution from manure management in China
  175. Satellite-derived bathymetry in optically complex waters using a model inversion approach and Sentinel-2 data
  176. Identification and application of bacterial volatiles to attract a generalist aphid parasitoid from laboratory to greenhouse assays
  177. Novel use of PDMS tubing for in-soil capture of plant natural products
  178. Inefficient weapon—the role of plant secondary metabolites in cotton defence against the boll weevil
  179. Identification of a non-host semiochemical from miniature pinscher, Canis lupus familiaris, that repels Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato (Acari: Ixodidae)
  180. A green eco-environment for sustainable development - framework and action
  181. Factors influencing elemental micronutrient supply from pasture systems for grazing ruminants
  182. A willow UDP-glycosyltransferase involved in salicinoid biosynthesis
  183. Dietary Supplementation With Seed Oil From Transgenic Camelina sativa Induces Similar Increments in Plasma and Erythrocyte Docosahexaenoic Acid and Eicosapentaenoic Acid to Fish Oil in Healthy Humans
  184. Using Functional Traits to Model Annual Plant Community Dynamics
  185. Cereal asparagine synthetase genes
  186. CRISPR-Cas9 multiplex editing of the α-amylase/trypsin inhibitor genes to reduce allergen proteins in durum wheat
  187. Genetic variation and heritability of grain protein deviation in European wheat genotypes
  188. Identifying when it is financially beneficial to increase or decrease fungicide dose as resistance develops: An evaluation from long‐term field experiments
  189. Determinants of optimal insecticide resistance management strategies
  190. Bioengineering horizon scan 2020
  191. Substantial increase in yield predicted by wheat ideotypes for Europe under future climate
  192. Towards Country-Specific Nitrous Oxide Emission Factors for Manures Applied to Arable and Grassland Soils in the UK
  193. Stability analysis of wheat lines with increased level of arabinoxylan
  194. Region-specific emission factors for Brazil increase the estimate of nitrous oxide emissions from nitrogen fertiliser applications by 21%
  195. In vitro fermentation patterns and methane output of perennial ryegrass differing in water-soluble carbohydrate and nitrogen concentrations
  196. A novel ensemble computational intelligence approach for the spatial prediction of land subsidence susceptibility
  197. Book review for Model-based Geostatistics in global public health
  198. A comparison of machine learning models for the mapping of groundwater spring potential
  199. Spatial and Temporal Stability of Weed Patches in Cereal Fields under Direct Drilling and Harrow Tillage
  200. Low protein wheat for bread making
  201. Genetic variation in wheat grain quality is associated with differences in the galactolipid content of flour and the gas bubble properties of dough liquor
  202. Fluidized‐bed drying of black rice grains: Impact on cooking properties, in vitro starch digestibility, and bioaccessibility of phenolic compounds
  203. Time-intensive geoelectrical monitoring under winter wheat
  204. Gully erosion spatial modelling - Role of machine learning algorithms in selection of the best controlling factors and modelling process
  205. Storm dust source fingerprinting for different particle size fractions using colour and magnetic susceptibility and a Bayesian un-mixing model
  206. Evidence that phosphorylation of the alpha-subunit of eIF2 does not essentially inhibit mRNA translation in wheat germ cell-free system.
  207. Contrasting population structure and demographic history of cereal aphids in different environmental and agricultural landscapes
  208. Development of an attract-and-infect device for biological control of lesser mealworm, Alphitobius diaperinus (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) in poultry houses
  209. Differential ear growth of two maize varieties to shading in hte field environment - effects on whole plant carbon allocation and sugar starvation response
  210. Turning sugar into oil - making photosynthesis blind to feedback inhibition
  211. The genetic architecture of a host shift: An adaptive walk protected an aphid and its endosymbiont from plant chemical defenses
  212. Long-term agricultural research at Rothamsted
  213. Arguments surrounding the essentiality of boron to vascular plants
  214. Catchment-wide variations and biogeochemical time lags in soil fatty acid carbon isotope composition for different land uses: Implications for sediment source classification
  215. Change in hydraulic properties of the rhizosphere of maize under different abiotic stresses
  216. Overexpression of an endogenous type 2 diacylglycerol acyltransferase in the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum enhances lipid production and omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid content
  217. Functional evaluation of a homologue of plant rapid alkalinisation factor (RALF) peptides in Fusarium graminearum
  218. Long-term analysis from a cropping system perspective - Yield stability, environmental adaptability, and production risk of winter barley
  219. Farmyard manure applications stimulate soil carbon and nitrogen cycling by boosting microbial biomass rather than changing its community composition
  220. Insect swarms can be bound together by repulsive forces
  221. Physical properties of a sandy soil as affected by incubation with a synthetic root exudate - strength, thermal and hydraulic conductivity, and evaporation
  222. Big data from small tissue extraction of high-quality RNA for RNA-Sequencing from different oilseed Brassica seed tissues during seed development
  223. Acidification of manure reduces gaseous emissions and nutrient losses from subsequent composting process
  224. Ensemble modelling of carbon fluxes in grasslands and croplands
  225. The sulphur response in wheat and its implications for acrylamide formation and food safety
  226. Bacterial and archaeal taxa are reliable indicators of soil restoration across distributed calcareous grasslands
  227. Modern Wheat
  228. Transitions in wheat endosperm metabolism upon transcriptional induction of oil accumulation by oat endosperm WRINKLED1
  229. Experimental Investigation of Erosion Characteristics of Fine-Grained Cohesive Sediments
  230. Global warming and shifts in cropping systems together reduce China's rice production
  231. Decarboxylation of organic anions to alleviate acidification of red soils from urea application
  232. Evolutionary trade-offs of insecticide resistance – the fitness costs associated with target-site mutations in the nAChR of Drosophila melanogaster
  233. The effects of knock-down resistance mutations and alternative splicing on voltage-gated sodium channels in Musca domestica and Drosophila melanogaster
  234. Can N2O emissions offset the benefits from soil organic carbon storage?
  235. A multivariate method for matching soil classification systems, with an Australian example
  236. Elucidating three-way interactions between soil, pasture and animals that regulate nitrous oxide emissions from temperate grazing systems
  237. Actions on mammalian and insect nicotinic acetylcholine receptors of harmonine-containing alkaloid extracts from the harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis
  238. Responses of the putative trachoma vector, Musca sorbens, to volatile semiochemicals from human faeces
  239. Phytochrome-dependent temperature perception modulates isoprenoid metabolism
  240. Equivocal Evidence for Colony Level Stress Effects on Bumble Bee Pollination Services
  241. Wheat dwarfing influences selection of the rhizosphere microbiome
  242. Development and Evaluation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for High Throughput Phenotyping of Field-based Wheat Trials.
  243. Estimating the soil water retention curve - comparison of multiple nonlinear regression approach and random forest data mining technique
  244. Effect of free swelling index on improving estimation of the soil moisture retention curve by different methods
  245. Cake of brown, black and red rice: Influence of transglutaminase on technological properties, in vitro starch digestibility and phenolic compounds
  246. Composition and content of phenolic acids and avenanthramides in commercial oat products Are oats an important polyphenol source for consumers?
  247. UK aphid migration percentiles, covariates and model outputs from the Rothamsted Insect Survey's 12.2 m suction-trap network: 1965 to 2018
  248. Effect of combining urea fertilizer with P and K fertilizers on the efficacy of urease inhibitors under different storage conditions.
  249. Nitrogen stabilizers mitigate reactive N and greenhouse gas emissions from an arable soil in North China Plain: Field and laboratory investigation.
  250. A comparison between water uptake and root length density in winter wheat: effects of root density and rhizosphere properties
  251. Transcriptional profile of genes involved in the production of terpenes and glyceollins in response to biotic stresses in soybean
  252. Phylogeny and gene expression of the complete NITRATE TRANSPORTER 1/PEPTIDE TRANSPORTER FAMILY (NPF) in Triticum aestivum L.
  253. Development of a defined compost system for the study of plant-microbe interactions
  254. LINGRA-N Grassland Management Tool
  255. Genome Sequence of Fusarium graminearum strain CML3066 isolated from a wheat spike in Southern Brazil
  256. Crop Type Exerts Greater Influence Upon Rhizosphere Phosphohydrolase Gene Abundance and Phylogenetic Diversity than Phosphorus Fertilization.
  257. Occurrence and 15N-quantification of simultaneous nitrification and denitrification in N-fertilised soils incubated under oxygen-limiting conditions
  258. Comparative Metabolomics and Molecular Phylogenetics of Melon (Cucumis melo, Cucurbitaceae) Biodiversity
  259. Modeling the sustainability and economics of stacked herbicide-tolerant traits and early weed management strategy for waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) control
  260. Evolution of generalist resistance to herbicide mixtures reveals a trade-off in resistance management
  261. Novel low-nitrogen stress-responsive long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA) in barley landrace B968 (Liuzhutouzidamai) at seedling stage
  262. Visiting dark sides of model simulation of carbon stocks in European temperate agricultural soils: allometric function and model initialization
  263. An ecological future for weed science to sustain crop production and the environment. A review
  264. The amount, but not the proportion, of N2 fixation and transfers to neighboring plants varies across grassland soils
  265. The representation of sediment source group tracer distributions in Monte Carlo uncertainty routines for fingerprinting: An analysis of accuracy and precision using data for four contrasting catchments
  266. Changes in phenology and abundance of suction‐trapped Diptera from a farmland site in the UK over four decades
  267. Health Hazards Associated with Wheat and Gluten Consumption in Susceptible Individuals and Status of Research on Dietary Therapies
  268. FODMAPs in Wheat
  269. Wheat Cell Wall Polysaccharides (Dietary Fibre)
  270. Modelling long-term impacts of fertilization and liming on soil acidification at Rothamsted experimental station
  271. Electrophysiologically and behaviourally active semiochemicals identified from bed bug refuge substrate
  272. Sir George Stapledon FRS and his international grassland legacy
  273. High level accumulation of EPA and DHA in field-grown transgenic Camelina – a multi-territory evaluation of TAG accumulation and heterogeneity
  274. Differential postprandial incorporation of 20:5n-3 and 22:6n-3 into individual plasma triacylglycerol and phosphatidylcholine molecular species in humans
  275. A modular cloning toolkit for genome editing in plants
  276. Mutations in the voltage-gated sodium channel gene associated with deltamethrin resistance in commercially sourced Phytoseiulus persimilis
  277. Economic and welfare impacts of providing good life opportunities to farm animals
  278. Virus-mediated transient expression techniques enable gene function studies in black-grass
  279. Covid-19: dogma over potential for prolonged droplet dispersal in air
  280. Proteinaceous effector discovery and characterisation in filamentous plant pathogens
  281. High post-anthesis temperature effects on bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grain transcriptome during early grain-filling
  282. Welfare Challenges of Dairy Cows in India Identified Through On-Farm Observations
  283. Miyabeacin: A new cyclodimer presents a potential role for willow in cancer therapy.
  284. Decadal loss of paddy fields driven by cumulative human activities in the Three Gorges Reservoir area, China
  285. Phenology of the Diamondback Moth (Plutella xylostella) in the UK and Provision of Decision Support for Brassica Growers
  286. Adopting epidemiological approaches for herbicide resistance monitoring and management
  287. Down‐regulation of key genes involved in carbon metabolism in Medicago truncatula results in increased lipid accumulation in vegetative tissue
  288. An evaluation of automated GPD threshold selection methods for hydrological extremes across different scales
  289. The ‘Palo a Pique’ Long-Term Research Platform: First 25 years of a Crop-Livestock Experiment in Uruguay
  290. Dry cropland changes in China's Three Gorges Reservoir Region during the period 1990 to 2015
  291. Evaluation of ultrasound technology to break seed dormancy of common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album)
  292. Historical changes in the contents and compositions of fibre components and polar metabolites in white wheat flour
  293. Bioactivities of synthetic salicylate‐substituted carboxyl (E)‐β‐Farnesene derivatives as ecofriendly agrochemicals and their binding mechanism with potential targets in aphid olfactory system
  294. Assessing the acute toxicity of insecticides to the buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris audax)
  295. Diamide resistance: 10 years of lessons from Lepidopteran pests
  296. Impairment of DHA synthesis alters the expression of neuronal plasticity markers and the brain inflammatory status in mice
  297. Effect of N stabilizers on fertilizer-N fate in the soil-crop system: A metaanalysis
  298. A roadmap for gene functional characterisation in crops with large genomes: Lessons from polyploid wheat
  299. Rothamsted Insect Survey, Moth and Aphid catch abundance data
  300. In depth metagenomic analysis in contrasting oil wells reveals syntrophic bacterial and archaeal associations for oil biodegradation in petroleum reservoirs
  301. Phosphorus leaching from riparian soils with differing management histories under three grass species
  302. Novel sources of variation in grain Zinc (Zn) concentration in bread wheat germplasm derived from Watkins landraces
  303. Application of monoclonal antibodies in quantifying fungal growth dynamics during aerobic spoilage of silage
  304. A diagnostic real-time PCR assay for the rapid identification of the tomato-potato psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli (Šulc, 1909) and development of a psyllid barcoding database
  305. Environmental Perturbations Induce Correlations in Midge Swarms
  306. Phenotypic variation and relationships between fatty acid concentrations and feed value of perennial ryegrass genotypes from a breeding population
  307. Balancing the double‐edged sword effect of increased resistant starch content and its impact on rice texture: its genetics and molecular physiological mechanisms
  308. The effect of competition on the control of invading plant pathogens
  309. Functional QTL mapping and genomic prediction of canopy height in wheat measured using a robotic field phenotyping platform
  310. Atmospheric reactive nitrogen concentration and deposition trends from 2011 to 2018 at an urban site in north China
  311. Short-term changes in soil pore size distribution : Impact of land use
  312. Virus-mediated transient expression techniques enable genetic modification of Alopecurus myosuroides
  313. Discerning the difference between lumens and scalariform perforation plates in impeding water flow in single xylem vessels and vessel networks
  314. Effect of semolina pudding prepared from starch branching enzyme IIa and b mutant wheat on glycaemic response in vitro and in vivo: a randomised controlled pilot study
  315. Are insects declining and at what rate? An analysis of standardised, systematic catches of aphid and moth abundances across Great Britain
  316. DES2 is a fatty acid Delta 11 desaturase capable of synthesizing palmitvaccenic acid in the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Rhizophagus irregularis
  317. Physicochemical and cooking quality characteristics of South American rice cultivars parboiled at different steaming pressures
  318. Methane Emissions, Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Different Lines of Beef Steers Reared on Pasture and Finished in Feedlot
  319. The effects of cropping sequence, fertilization, and straw management on the yield stability of winter wheat (1986–2017) in the Broadbalk Wheat Experiment, Rothamsted, UK.
  320. Similarities between Insect Swarms and Isothermal Globular Clusters
  321. Identification of a major QTL and associated molecular marker for high arabinoxylan fibre in white wheat flour
  322. Why do crop models diverge substantially in climate impact projections? A comprehensive analysis based on eight barley crop models
  323. Identification of a Δ11 desaturase from the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Rhizophagus irregularis
  324. Metabolic Engineering and Synthetic Biology Approaches to Enhancing Production of Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty acids in Microalgae
  325. Sensitivity of source apportionment predicted by a Bayesian tracer mixing model to the inclusion of a sediment connectivity index as an informative prior: Illustration using the Kharka catchment (Nepal)
  326. Lactoferrin quantification in cattle faeces by ELISA
  327. Population genetic structure and predominance of cyclical parthenogenesis in the bird cherry–oat aphid Rhopalosiphum padi in England
  328. Optimizing farmyard manure and cattle slurry applications for intensively managed grasslands based on UK-DNDC model simulations
  329. Meta-analysis of global livestock urine-derived nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils.
  330. Assessment of nitrogen uptake and biological nitrogen fixation responses of soybean to nitrogen fertiliser with SPACSYS
  331. Identification of semiochemicals from cowpea, Vigna unguiculata, for low-input management of the Legume Pod Borer, Maruca vitrata
  332. Above- and below-ground assessment of carabid community responses to crop type and tillage
  333. Spatial mapping of the provenance of storm dust: Application of data mining and ensemble modelling
  334. Soil degradation and recovery – changes in organic matter fractions and structural stability
  335. Top of the Crops. Has the EU got it wrong on genetically modified and gene edited crops?
  336. Nutritional enhancement in plants – green and greener
  337. Investigating the effects of inter-annual weather variation (1968-2016) on the functional response of cereal grain yield to applied nitrogen, using data from the Rothamsted Long-Term Experiments
  338. Linking small-scale flight manoeuvers and density profiles to the vertical movement of insects in the nocturnal stable boundary layer
  339. Loss of TaIRX9b gene function in wheat decreases chain length and amount of arabinoxylan in grain but increases cross-linking
  340. Soil organic carbon, extracellular polymeric substances (EPS), and soil structural stability as affected by previous and current land-use
  341. Paleoclimatic fingerprints of ferromanganese nodules in subtropical Chinese soils identified by synchrotron radiation-based microprobes
  342. Epigenetic patterns within the haplotype phased fig (Ficus carica L.) genome
  343. Percolation theory applied to soil tomography
  344. Predicting climate change impacts on maritime Antarctic soils: A space-for-time substitution study
  345. Do bumblebees have signatures? Demonstrating the existence of a speed-curvature power law in Bombus terrestris locomotion patterns.
  346. Adverse weather conditions for UK wheat production under climate change
  347. Soil structure, nutrient status and water availability shape Uruguayan grassland prokaryotic communities
  348. Mass windborne migrations extend the range of the migratory locust in East China
  349. Qualitative in vitro study on the degradation of mineral complexes in vegetables
  350. Sulfated flavanones and dihydroflavonols from willow
  351. Large genetic yield potential and genetic yield gap estimated for wheat in Europe
  352. PHI-base - the Pathogen–Host Interactions database
  353. Soil nutrients of different land-use types and topographic positions in the water-wind erosion crisscross region of China's Loess Plateau
  354. A Cytological Analysis of Wheat Meiosis Targeted by Virus-Induced Gene Silencing (VIGS)
  355. High nitrogen rates do not increase canola yield and may affect soil bacterial functioning
  356. Soil as an Extended Composite Phenotype of the Microbial Metagenome
  357. Applications of nutritional functional units in commodity-level life cycle assessment (LCA) of agri-food systems
  358. Optimizing multifunctional agroecosystems in irrigated dryland agriculture to restore soil carbon – experiments and model
  359. Genetic transformation of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) using biolistics
  360. A novel approach to estimate soil penetrometer resistance from water content, bulk density, and shear wave velocity: A laboratory study on a loamy sand soil
  361. The impact of metal-rich sediments derived from mining on freshwater stream life
  362. The UK Environmental Change Network datasets - integrated and co-located data for long-term environmental research (1993-2015)
  363. Model-based optimisation of agricultural profitability and nutrient management: a practical approach for dealing with issues of scale
  364. Changes of oxygen isotope values of soil P pools associated with changes in soil pH
  365. What makes or breaks a campaign to stop an invading plant pathogen?