1. How closely is potassium mass balance related to soil test changes
  2. Complex polyploid and hybrid species in an apomictic and sexual tropical forage grass group: genomic composition and evolution in Urochloa (Brachiaria) species
  3. Can Long-Term Experiments Help Us Understand, and Manage, the Wider Landscape—Examples from Rothamsted, England
  4. Agricultural Landscapes: History, Status and Challenges
  5. Ecology and distribution of cabbage stem flea beetle and its parasitoids in UK winter oilseed rape crops : steps towards Integrated Pest Management
  6. Elucidating the role of the RHT-1 protein in regulation of gibberellin signalling in the aleurone of wheat
  7. How have smallholder farmers used digital extension tools? Developer and user voices from Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia
  8. Quantifying the effect of uncertainty in an applied soil spectroscopy context A loss function approach
  9. Editorial: Advancements in the Understanding of Anthropogenic Impacts on the Microbial Ecology and Function of Aquatic Environments
  10. Data describing cattle performance and feed characteristics to calculate enteric methane emissions in smallholder livestock systems in Bomet County, Kenya
  11. Sirius crop model
  12. RNAi targets in Agricultural Pest Insects: Advancements, knowledge gaps, and IPM
  13. LARS-WG stochastic weather generator
  14. Comparison of two water measurement systems for feedlot beef cattle
  15. High-quality, haplotype-phased de novo assembly of the highly heterozygous fig genome, a major genetic resource for fig breeding
  16. Daisychain Search and Interactive Visualisation of Homologs in Genome Assemblies
  17. Effectiveness of using representative subsets of global climate models in future crop yield projections.
  18. A Route Map for Successful Applications of Geographically Weighted Regression
  19. The occurrence of herbicide-resistant Avena fatua (wild oats) populations to ACCase-inhibiting herbicides in Ireland
  20. Integration of environment and nutrition in life cycle assessment of food items: opportunities and challenges
  21. Effects of Afforestation on Plant Diversity and Soil Quality in Semiarid SE Spain
  22. DNA metabarcoding reveals introduced species predominate in the diet of a threatened endemic omnivore, Telfair's skink (Leiolopisma telfairii)
  23. On pedagogy of a Soil Science Centre for Doctoral Training
  24. Mechanistic and genetic basis of single-strand templated repair at Cas12a-induced DNA breaks in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
  25. Laboratory phenomics predicts field performance and identifies superior indica haplotypes for early seedling vigour in dry direct-seeded rice
  26. Mapping the potential for Payments for Ecosystem Services schemes to improve water quality in agricultural catchments: A multi-criteria approach based on the supply and demand concept
  27. In silico characterisation of the complete Ly6 protein family in Fasciola gigantica supported through transcriptomics of the newly-excysted juveniles
  28. N2O hot moments were not driven by changes in nitrogen and carbon substrates or changes in N cycling functional genes
  29. Impacts of field margin orientation on populations of soil-dwelling invertebrates in relation to the direction and intensity of field traffic
  30. Dissecting Disease-Suppressive Rhizosphere Microbiomes by Functional Amplicon Sequencing and 10x Metagenomics
  31. Revisiting strategies to incorporate gender-responsiveness into maize breeding in southern Africa
  32. High-quality, haplotype-phased de novo assembly of the highly heterozygous fig genome, a major genetic resource for fig breeding
  33. Development of a method for the detection of zinc in Brassica oleracea using solid phase extraction and size-exclusion chromatography inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (SEC-ICP-MS)
  34. Dynamic role of grasslands as sources of soil-dwelling insect pests: new insights from in silico experiments for pest management strategies
  35. An Innate Preference of Bumblebees for Volatile Organic
  36. RIN4 homologs from important crop species differentially regulate the Arabidopsis NB-LRR immune receptor, RPS2
  37. Evaluating the Effects of Minimal Risk Natural Products for Control of the Tick, Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae)
  38. PAL1 gene of the phenylpropanoid pathway increases resistance to the Cassava brown streak virus in cassava
  39. Evaluation of APSIM-wheat to simulate the response of yield and grain protein content to nitrogen application on an Andosol in Japan
  40. Impact of the colonization of Leifsonia xyli subsp. xyli in a susceptible sugarcane genotype on water status and physiological traits
  41. Contrasting Estuarine Processing of Dissolved Organic Matter Derived From Natural and Human-Impacted Landscapes
  42. Air–sea exchange of acetone, acetaldehyde, DMS and isoprene at a UK coastal site
  43. Landscape controls on riverine export of dissolved organic carbon from Great Britain
  44. Lack of an Intron in Cytochrome b and Overexpression of Sterol 14 alpha-Demethylase Indicate a Potential Risk for QoI and DMI Resistance Development in Neophysopella spp. on Grapes
  45. Remote sensing, modelling-based hazard and risk assessment, and management of agro-forested ecosystems
  46. Nitrate signaling promotes plant growth by upregulating gibberellin biosynthesis and destabilization of DELLA proteins
  47. Integrated pest management strategies for cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) in oilseed rape
  48. Grain yield, plant nitrogen content and nitrogen use efficiency as affected by controlled-release urea and straw biochar in a rice field
  49. Density-independent prey choice, taxonomy, life history, and web characteristics determine the diet and biocontrol potential of spiders (Linyphiidae and Lycosidae) in cereal crops
  50. Soil methane (CH4) fluxes in cropland with permanent pasture and riparian buffer strips with different vegetation
  51. The Contribution of Wheat to Human Nutrition and Health
  52. My lab unlocked: Professor Nigel Halford FRSB
  53. The role of community-supported agriculture in building health and sustainability into UK diets: a mixed methods study
  54. γ-Glutamyl-β-phenylethylamine, a novel αglucosidase and α-amylase inhibitory compound from Termitomyces robustus, an edible Nigerian mushroom
  55. Phylogenomic analysis of a 55.1-kb 19-gene dataset resolves a monophyletic Fusarium that includes the Fusarium solani species complex.
  56. Integration of embryo–endosperm interaction into a holistic and dynamic picture of seed development using a rice mutant with notched-belly kernels
  57. Voisin Rational Grazing as a Sustainable Alternative for Livestock Production
  58. Comparative compositions of metabolites and dietary fibre components in doughs and breads produced from bread wheat, emmer and spelt and using yeast and sourdough processes.
  59. Influence of organic matter on soil properties: by how much can organic carbon be increased in arable soils and can changes be measured?
  60. Geostatistics : Modelling spatial variation
  61. Diamide insecticide resistance in transgenic Drosophila and Sf9-cells expressing a full-length diamondback moth ryanodine receptor carrying an I4790M mutation
  62. Effects of drying and simulated flooding on soil phosphorus dynamics from two contrasting UK grassland soils
  63. Chimeric Investigations into the Diamide Binding Site on the Lepidopteran Ryanodine Receptor
  64. Quantifying the provenance of dune sediments in the Taklimakan Desert using machine learning, multidimensional scaling and sediment source fingerprinting
  65. Acute Imidacloprid Exposure Alters Mitochondrial Function in Bumblebee Flight Muscle and Brain
  66. The case for grazing dairy cows
  67. Microbially synthesized nanoparticles: aspect in plant disease management
  68. Maximizing realized yield by breeding for disease tolerance: A case study for Septoria tritici blotch
  69. Natural and anthropogenic impacts on the geochemical composition and metal speciation of fine sediment in a glacier-fed Canadian river basin
  70. High frequency un-mixing of soil samples using a submerged spectrophotometer in a laboratory setting—implications for sediment fingerprinting
  71. Detection of the Phoma pathogens Plenodomus biglobosus subclades ‘brassicae’ and ‘canadensis’ on wasabi, and ‘canadensis’ in Europe
  72. Plant adaptation to nutrient stress
  73. Below-ground physiological processes enhancing phosphorus acquisition in plants
  74. No significant change noted in annual nitrous oxide flux under precipitation changes in a temperate desert steppe
  75. Sediment detachment by raindrop impact on grassland and arable fields an investigation of controls
  76. On the improved Brutsaert's model to estimate the soil water content by measuring P-wave and S-wave speeds: A commentary on Xu et al. (2020)
  77. The short-lived inhibitory effect of Brachiaria humidicola on nitrous oxide emissions following sheep urine application in a highly nitrifying soil
  78. Evaluating the impact of pyrethroid insecticide resistance on reproductive fitness in Sitobion avenae
  79. Anthropogenic and Climate-Exacerbated Landscape Disturbances Converge to Alter Phosphorus Bioavailability in an Oligotrophic River
  80. PHI-base in 2022 a multi-species phenotype database for Pathogen–Host Interactions
  81. Suction-trapped pollen beetle count and location data
  82. Investigating the origins and evolution of a glyphosate-resistant weed invasion in South America
  83. Prospects to improve the nutritional quality of crops
  84. Epidemiological studies of pan-azole resistant Aspergillus fumigatus populations sampled during tulip cultivation show clonal expansion with acquisition of multi-fungicide resistance as potential driver
  85. Genomic-based epidemiology reveals independent origins and gene flow of glyphosate resistance in Bassia scoparia populations across North America
  86. Microsatellites reveal that genetic mixing commonly occurs between invasive fall armyworm populations in Africa
  87. Global Wheat Head Detection 2021: An Improved Dataset for Benchmarking Wheat Head Detection Methods
  88. A novel light interception trait of a hybrid rice ideotype indicative of leaf to panicle ratio
  89. Loss of chromatin remodeler DDM1 causes segregation distortion in Arabidopsis thaliana
  90. Responses of ecosystem respiration, methane uptake and nitrous oxide emission to drought in a temperate desert steppe
  91. High-altitude migration of Psylloidea (Hemiptera) over England
  92. Phytoextraction efficiency of Arabidopsis halleri is driven by the plant and not by soil metal concentration
  93. Desertifcation of Iran in the early twenty‑first century: assessment using climate and vegetation indices
  94. Taking the steps toward sustainable livestock: our multidisciplinary global farm platform journey
  95. Phenolics from Medicinal and Aromatic Plants: Characterisation and Potential as Biostimulants and Bioprotectants
  96. Next Generation dsRNA-Based Insect Control: Success So Far and Challenges
  97. Editorial: State-of-the-Art Technology and Applications in Crop Phenomics
  98. The temporal and spatial ecology of Brassicogethes (Meligethes) aeneus
  99. Comparisons among four different upscaling strategies for cultivar genetic parameters in rainfed spring wheat phenology simulations with the DSSAT-CERES-Wheat model
  100. Methodology to assess the changing risk of yield failure due to heat and drought stress under climate change
  101. UK Ammonia Emissions Estimated With Satellite Observations and GEOS-Chem
  102. Precipitation changes regulate the annual methane uptake in a temperate desert steppe
  103. The rise of necrotrophic effectors
  104. Land management legacy affects abundance and function of the acdS gene in wheat root associated pseudomonads
  105. Anthropogenic sediment traps and network dislocation in a lowland UK river
  106. The Production of EPA and DHA in Transgenic Plants as a Sustainable, Environmentally Friendly Source of Omega-3 Fish Oils for Use in Novel Foods.
  107. Identification of Candidate Carboxylesterases Associated With Odorant Degradation in Holotrichia parallela Antennae Based on Transcriptome Analysis
  108. Uncovering Trait Associations Resulting in Maximal Seed Yield in Winter and Spring Oilseed Rape
  109. Monitoring of Brazilian wheat blast field populations reveals resistance to QoI, DMI, and SDHI fungicides
  110. Improved soil-crop system management aids in NH3 emission mitigation in China
  111. What are the regulatory targets for intervention in assimilate partitioning to improve crop yield and resilience?
  112. Agrochemicals interact synergistically to increase bee mortality
  113. Nitrifier denitrification dominates nitrous oxide production in composting and can be inhibited by a bioelectrochemical nitrification inhibitor
  114. Bumble bees strategically use ground level linear features in navigation
  115. Fungicide resistance management: maximising the effective life of plant protection products
  116. Theory of microbial coexistence in promoting soil–plant ecosystem health
  117. A New Framework for Modelling Fine Sediment Transport in Rivers Includes Flocculation to Inform Reservoir Management in Wildfire Impacted Watersheds
  118. Dietary Supplementation with Transgenic Camelina sativa Oil Containing 20:5n-3 and 22:6n-3 or Fish Oil Induces Differential Changes in the Transcriptome of CD3+ T Lymphocytes
  119. Beneficial effects of multi-species mixtures on N2O emissions from intensively managed grassland swards
  120. A Sensitivity Analysis of the SPACSYS Model
  121. Post-translational cleavage of HMW-GS Dy10 allele improves the cookie-making quality in common wheat (Triticum aestivum).
  122. Wheat value chains in Malawi: trends, gaps, challenges and opportunities
  123. Identifying aphid resistance in the ancestral wheat Triticum monococcum under field conditions.
  124. The distribution of soil micro-nutrients and the effects on herbage micro-nutrient uptake and yield in three different pasture systems
  125. Improving photosynthetic metabolism for crop yields: what is going to work?
  126. High-yielding forage grass cultivars increase root biomass and soil organic carbon stocks compared with mixed-species permanent pasture in temperate soil
  127. Integrated modelling for mapping spatial sources of dust in central Asia - An important dust source in the global atmospheric system
  128. Development of a Phytochemical-Based Lure for the Dried Bean Beetle Acanthoscelides obtectus Say (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
  129. Equations to predict nitrogen outputs in manure, urine and faeces from beef cattle fed diets with contrasting crude protein concentration
  130. Production of the infant formula ingredient 1,3-olein-2-palmitin in Arabidopsis thaliana seeds
  131. Flow Cytometry-Based Determination of Ploidy from Dried Leaf Specimens in Genomically Complex Collections of the Tropical Forage Grass Urochloa s. l.
  132. Fungicide resistance status and chemical control options for the brassica pathogen Pyrenopeziza brassicae
  133. Efficacy of hormonal growth promoter implants applied to grazing steers of different breeds in Southern Chile
  134. The nitrogen economy of rice-livestock systems in Uruguay
  135. Comparative expression profiling and sequence characterization of ATP1A1 gene associated with heat tolerance in tropically adapted cattle
  136. Statistical inferential testing
  137. The Arabidopsis pattern recognition receptor EFR enhances fire blight resistance in apple
  138. Quantifying the value of on-farm measurements to inform the selection of key performance indicators for livestock production systems
  139. Evidence for facultative migratory flight behavior in Helicoverpa armigera (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) in India
  140. RNAi suppression of xylan synthase genes in wheat starchy endosperm
  141. Effect of Intake of Food Hydrocolloids of Bacterial Origin on the Glycemic Response in Humans: Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis.
  142. Magnesium and calcium overaccumulate in the leaves of a schengen3 mutant of Brassica rapa
  143. Feeding the future: developing the skills landscape in the agri-food sector
  144. Techniques for the Measurement of Molecular Species of Acyl-CoA in Plants and Microalgae
  145. Quantifying the frequency and volume of urine deposition by grazing sheep using tri-axial accelerometers
  146. Comparison of soil tortuosity calculated by different methods
  147. Global patterns in genomic diversity underpinning the evolution of insecticide resistance in the aphid crop pest, Myzus persicae
  148. The current and future uses of machine learning in ecosystem service research
  149. Rapid Generation and Analysis of a Barley Doubled Haploid Line with Higher Nitrogen Use Efficiency than Parental Lines by F1 Microspore Embryogenesis
  150. Allele mining in diverse accessions of tropical grasses to improve forage quality and reduce environmental impact
  151. Inferring management and predicting sub-field scale C dynamics in UK grasslands using biogeochemical modelling and satellite-derived leaf area data
  152. The effect of tillage management on microbial functions in a maize crop at different slope positions
  153. The Arabidopsis NOT4A E3 ligase promotes PGR3 expression and regulates chloroplast translation
  154. Elucidating the performance of hybrid models for predicting extreme water flow events through variography and wavelet analyses
  155. Efficient CRISPR/Cas-Mediated Targeted Mutagenesis in Spring and Winter Wheat Varieties
  156. Changes in agricultural climate in South-Eastern England from 1892 to 2016 and differences in cereal and permanent grassland yield
  157. Insights into bulk stable isotope alteration during sediment redistribution to edge-of-field: impact on sediment source apportionment
  158. The effect of soil properties on zinc lability and solubility in soils of Ethiopia – an isotopic dilution study
  159. Continental-scale controls on soil organic carbon across sub-Saharan Africa
  160. High Spatial-Temporal Resolution Data across Large Scales Are Needed to Transform Our Understanding of Ecosystem Services
  161. Significant soil degradation is associated with intensive vegetable cropping in a subtropical area: a case study in southwestern China
  162. Optimizing setup of scan number in FTIR spectroscopy using the moment distance index and PLS regression: application to soil spectroscopy
  163. Nutrient provision capacity of alternative livestock farming systems per area of arable farmland required
  164. Using ensemble-mean climate scenarios for future crop yield projections: a stochastic weather generator
  165. Metagenomic approaches reveal differences in genetic diversity and relative abundance of nitrifying bacteria and archaea in contrasting soils
  166. Modelling in cassava production and pest management under biotic and abiotic constraints
  167. Simulating cropping sequences using earth observation data
  168. High molecular weight glutenin subunit (HMW-GS) 1Dx5 is concentrated in small protein bodies when overexpressed in wheat starchy endosperm
  169. Climate Factors Contribute to Grassland Net Primary Productivity
  170. Exploring the diversity of promoter and 5’UTR sequences in ancestral, historic and modern wheat
  171. Memoirs Sir Leslie Fowden 13 October 1925 to 16 December 2008
  172. Editorial to the Thematic Topic Towards a more sustainable agriculture through managing soil microbiomes
  173. Plastics in biosolids from 1950 to 2016: A function of global plastic production and consumption
  174. Environmental drivers of annual population fluctuations in a trans-Saharan insect migrant
  175. A Field Day for Gene-Edited Brassicas and Crop Improvement
  176. Attribution of runoff changes in the main tributaries of the middle Yellow River, China, based on the Budyko model with a time-varying parameter
  177. Understanding the thermodynamic properties of insect swarms
  178. Weierstrassian Levy walks are a by-product of crawling
  179. The global forest above-ground biomass pool for 2010 estimated from high-resolution satellite observations
  180. Dynamic simulation of management events for assessing impacts of climate change on pre-alpine grassland productivity
  181. A case study on the effects of data temporal resolution on the simulation of water flux extremes using a process-based model at the grassland field scale
  182. The scope for a system-based approach to determine fine sediment targets for chalk streams
  183. Cytological aspects of compatible and incompatible interactions between cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) seedlings and isolates of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides (Penz.) complex
  184. The potential for colour to provide a robust alternative to high-cost sediment source fingerprinting: Assessment using eight catchments in England
  185. WAKsing plant immunity, waning diseases
  186. Conveyance of texture signals along a rat whisker
  187. Loss of mechanical stiffness and the emergence of Lévy walks in active T cells
  188. Black-grass model
  189. Black-grass model
  190. Rothamsted Gardens / Grounds - History
  191. High aboveground carbon stock of African tropical montane forests
  192. Distribution of rare earth elements in soils of contrasting geological and pedological settings to support human health assessment and environmental policies
  193. Impact of tillage methods and sowing rates on yield and weed supression in multi-speacies swards
  194. Laboratory Selection, Cross-Resistance, Risk Assessment to Lambda-Cyhalothrin Resistance, and Monitoring of Insecticide Resistance for Plant Bug Lygus pratensis (Hemiptera: Miridae) in Farming-Pastoral Ecotones of Northern China
  195. Evidence of Similarities in Ecosystem Service Flow across the Rural-Urban Spectrum
  196. Remote Sensing Methods for the Biophysical Characterization of Protected Areas Globally: Challenges and Opportunities
  197. The Flows of Nature to People, and of People to Nature: Applying Movement Concepts to Ecosystem Services
  198. Metabolic fluxes for nutritional flexibility of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  199. Forecasting future crop suitability with microclimate data
  200. A toxicogenomics approach reveals characteristics supporting the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) safety profile of the butenolide insecticide flupyradifurone
  201. Long term simulations of macronutrients (C, N and P) in UK freshwaters
  202. Cytotoxic activity of actinomycetes Nocardia sp. and Nocardiopsis sp. associated with marine sponge Amphimedon sp.
  203. Mechanisms of antimony ageing in soils: An XAS study
  204. Functional biogeography of weeds reveals how anthropogenic management blurs trait–climate relationships
  205. Overriding water table control on managed peatland greenhouse gas emissions
  206. Adaptation at different points along antibiotic concentration gradients
  207. Is 'soil health' meaningful as a scientific concept or as terminology?
  208. Can agri-environment initiatives control sediment loss in the context of extreme winter rainfall?
  209. Enterotype-like microbiome stratification as emergent structure in complex adaptive systems: A mathematical model
  210. Subcellular dynamics studies of iron reveal how tissue-specific distribution patterns are established in developing wheat grains
  211. Wheat ATIs : Characteristics and Role in Human Disease
  212. Metabolic profling of cytotoxic metabolites from five Tabebuia species supported by molecular correlation analysis
  213. Chemical Identity and Functional Characterization of Semiochemicals That Promote the Interactions between Rice Plant and Rice Major Pest Nilaparvata lugens
  214. The grain mineral composition of barley, oat and wheat on soils with pH and soil phosphorus gradients
  215. Modelling of long-term Zn, Cu, Cd and Pb dynamics from soils fertilised with organic amendments
  216. Corrigendum to “Using a meta-analysis approach to understand complexity in soil biodiversity and phosphorus acquisition in plants” [Soil Biol. Biochem. 142 (2020) 107695]
  217. Prediction of soil hydraulic properties by Gaussian process regression algorithm in arid and semiarid zones in Iran
  218. Harmonic radar tracking reveals that honeybee drones navigate between multiple aerial leks
  219. The nutritional quality of cereals varies geospatially in Ethiopia and Malawi
  220. Substrate control of sulphur utilisation and microbial stoichiometry in soil: Results of C-13, N-15, C-14, and S-35 quad labelling
  221. Identification and Expression of Secreted In Xylem Pathogenicity Genes in Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. pisi
  222. Impacts of African swine fever on water quality in China
  223. Plastidial acyl carrier protein Δ9-desaturase modulates eicosapentaenoic acid biosynthesis and triacylglycerol accumulation in Phaeodactylum tricornutum
  224. Wet chemistry data for a subset of AfSIS: Phase I archived soil samples, World Agroforestry - Research Data Repository
  225. Dissection of environmental and physiological effects on the temperature difference between superior and inferior spikelets within a rice panicle
  226. An electric field immobilizes heavy metals through promoting combination with humic substances during composting
  227. Transgenic camelina oil is an effective source of eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid in diets for farmed rainbow trout, in terms of growth, tissue fatty acid content, and fillet sensory properties
  228. Baseline and business-as-usual (BAU) agricultural footprints for major farm types across England
  229. Synaptotagmins at the endoplasmic reticulum–plasma membrane contact sites maintain diacylglycerol homeostasis during abiotic stress
  230. Cerebrospinal fluid proteome shows disrupted neuronal development in multiple sclerosis
  231. African soil properties and nutrients mapped at 30 m spatial resolution using two-scale ensemble machine learning
  232. Combining host plant defence with targeted nutrition: key to durable control of hemiparasitic Striga in cereals in sub-Saharan Africa?
  233. Relative contributions of bacteria and fungi to nitrous oxide emissions following nitrate application in soils representing different land uses
  234. The problem of omnivory: A synthesis on omnivory and DNA metabarcoding
  235. Defining Integrated Weed Management: A Novel Conceptual Framework for Models
  236. Correction : Soil microbial biomass phosphorus can serve as an index to reflect soil phosphorus fertility
  237. Soil microbial biomass phosphorus can serve as an index to reflect soil phosphorus fertility
  238. Effects of Phyllostachys pubescens expansion on underground soil fauna community and soil food web in a Cryptomeria japonica plantation, Lushan Mountain, subtropical China
  239. Evidence for the Involvement of the Chemosensory Protein AgosCSP5 in Resistance to Insecticides in the Cotton Aphid, Aphis gossypii
  240. Modelling the Interactions of Soils, Climate, and Management for Grass Production in England and Wales
  241. Optimising storage conditions and processing of sheep urine prior to subsequent nitrogen-cycle and gaseous emission measurements from urine patches
  242. Bumblebee electric charge stimulates floral volatile emissions in Petunia integrifolia but not in Antirrhinum majus
  243. Using network ecology to understand and mitigate long‐term insect declines
  244. Seed Banks as Incidental Fungi Banks: Fungal Endophyte Diversity in Stored Seeds of Banana Wild Relatives
  245. Late Quaternary evolution of a lowland anastomosing river system: Geological-topographic inheritance, non-uniformity and implications for biodiversity and management
  246. Outputs: Potassium Losses from Agricultural Systems
  247. Evolution of secondary inorganic aerosols amidst improving PM2.5 air quality in the North China plain
  248. Liming impacts barley yield over a wide concentration range of soil exchangeable cations
  249. Three LysM effectors of Zymoseptoria tritici collectively disarm chitin‐triggered plant immunity
  250. The driving effect of nitrogen-related functional microorganisms under water and nitrogen addition on N2O emission in a temperate desert
  251. The relative abundance of wheat Rubisco activase isoforms is post‑transcriptionally regulated
  252. Deposition and erosion behaviour of cohesive sediments in the upper River Taw observatory, southwest UK: Implications for management and modelling
  253. Nutritional value of suckler beef from temperate pasture systems
  254. Within-field spatial variability of greenhouse gas fluxes from an extensive and intensive sheep-grazed pasture
  255. Cycling of reduced phosphorus compounds in soil and potential impacts of climate change
  256. Soil temperature and bacterial diversity regulate the impact of irrigation and fertilization practices on ecosystem respiration
  257. Effects of soil incorporation depth of Biodiesel Co Product (BCP) additions on N leaching losses and on genes involved in soil nitrogen cycling in an acidic Chinese tea soil
  258. The vesicular trafficking system component MIN7 is required for minimizing Fusarium graminearum infection
  259. Morpho-physiological traits and leaf surface chemicals as markers conferring resistance to sorghum shoot fly (Atherigona soccata Rondani)
  260. Long-term effect of magnesium and iron nanoparticles on solute transport in saturated condition
  261. Spatial modelling of soil salinity: deep or shallow learning models?
  262. Contrasting Responses of Rhizosphere Bacterial, Fungal, Protist and Nematode Communities to Nitrogen Fertilisation and Crop Genotype in Field Grown Oilseed Rape (Brassica napus)
  263. Mineral and biological ice-nucleating particles above the South East of the British Isles
  264. Effects of temperature and leaf age on conidial germination and disease development of powdery mildew on rubber tree
  265. Population structure, pathogenicity, and fungicide sensitivity of Colletotrichum siamense from different hosts in Hainan, China
  266. Factors affecting site use preference of grazing cattle studied from 2000 to 2020 through GPS tracking - A review
  267. Spatial changes and driving variables of topsoil organic carbon stocks in Chinese croplands under different fertilization strategies
  268. The State of Britain’s Larger Moths 2021
  269. Sex Pheromone of the Alfalfa Plant Bug, Adelphocoris lineolatus: Pheromone Composition and Antagonistic Effect of 1- Hexanol (Hemiptera: Miridae)
  270. Priming of indirect defence responses in maize is shown to be genotype-specific
  271. Contrasting levels of genetic predictability in the evolution of resistance to major classes of fungicides
  272. The Effects of Dietary Saponins on Ruminal Methane Production and Fermentation Parameters in Sheep: A Meta Analysis
  273. Predicting land susceptibility to atmospheric dust emissions in central Iran by combining integrated data mining and a regional climate model
  274. Elucidating suspended sediment dynamics in a glacierized catchment after an exceptional erosion event: The Djankuat catchment, Caucasus Mountains, Russia
  275. Editorial: CRISPR-Cas in Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges
  276. Emerging from Below? Understanding the Livelihood Trajectories of Smallholder Livestock Farmers in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
  277. Metabolic and productive response and grazing behavior of lactating dairy cows supplemented with high moisture maize or cracked wheat grazing at two herbage allowances in spring
  278. Agricultural intensification and climate change have increased the threat from weeds
  279. Use of ammonium sulphate as a sulphur fertilizer: implications for ammonia volatilization
  280. Impact of biochar on nutrient supply, crop yield and microbial respiration on sandy soils of northern Germany
  281. In quest of nitrogen use efficient rice genotypes for drought-prone rainfed ecosystems
  282. Soil spectroscopy with the use of chemometrics, machine learning and pre-processing techniques in soil diagnosis: Recent advances–A review
  283. Plant Available Zinc Is Influenced by Landscape Position in the Amhara Region, Ethiopia
  284. Relative efficacy and stability of biological and synthetic nitrification inhibitors in a highly nitrifying soil: Evidence of apparent nitrification inhibition by linoleic acid and linolenic acid
  285. Advances in automatic identifcation of flying insects using optical sensors and machine learning
  286. Site‐specific weed management—constraints and opportunities for the weed research community: Insights from a workshop
  287. Data to identify key drivers of animal growth and carcass quality for temperate lowland sheep production systems
  288. Determination of wheat spike and spikelet architecture and grain traits using X-ray Computed Tomography imaging
  289. Inorganic Chemical Fertilizer Application to Wheat Reduces the Abundance of Putative Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria
  290. Effects of Fertilizers and Manures on Temporal Yield Variability of Winter Rye
  291. Improving nitrogen use efficiency through overexpression of alanine aminotransferase in rice, wheat, and barley
  292. Effects of grazing management on spatio-temporal heterogeneity of soil carbon and greenhouse gas emissions of grasslands and rangelands: Monitoring, assessment and scaling-up
  293. The interaction between wheat roots and soil pores in structured field soil
  294. Characteristics of soil organic matter within an erosional landscape under agriculture in Northeast China: stock, source, and thermal stability
  295. Plant roots sense soil compaction through restricted ethylene diffusion
  296. A Neural Network Method for Classification of Sunlit and Shaded Components of Wheat Canopies in the Field Using High-Resolution Hyperspectral Imagery
  297. Novel approaches to investigating spatial variability in channel bank total phosphorus at the catchment scale
  298. Elucidating intra-storm variations in suspended sediment sources using a Bayesian fingerprinting approach
  299. Take-all disease: New insights into an important wheat root pathogen
  300. Scale-free movement patterns in termites emerge from social interactions and preferential attachments
  301. Iridoid Sex Pheromone Biosynthesis in Aphids Mimics Iridoid-Producing Plants
  302. Exposure to sugarcane borer-induced plant volatile (E)-caryophyllene enhances parasitoid recruitment
  303. Effects of Nicotine and Tobacco-Related Products on the Feeding Behavior of the German Cockroach (Blattodea: Blattellidae)
  304. Sediment source apportionment using optical property composite signatures in a rural catchment, Brazil
  305. The metabolomic analysis of five Mentha species: cytotoxicity, anti-Helicobacter assessment, and the development of polymeric micelles for enhancing the anti-Helicobacter activity
  306. Does cattle and sheep grazing under best management significantly elevate sediment losses? Evidence from the North Wyke Farm Platform, UK
  307. The New Era of Physio-logging and their Grand Challenges
  308. Assessing the contribution of soil NOx emissions to European atmospheric pollution
  309. Microbial metabolic response to winter warming stabilizes soil carbon
  310. Advances in understanding of nitrogen (N) uptake by plant roots
  311. The Equipment Used in the SF6 Technique to Estimate Methane Emissions Has No Major Effect on Dairy Cow Behavior
  312. Dynamics of fluvial hydro-sedimentological, nutrient, particulate organic matter and effective particle size responses during the U.K. extreme wet winter of 2019–2020
  313. Estimating maximum fine-fraction organic carbon in UK grasslands
  314. Stomatal conductance limited the CO2 response of grassland in the last century
  315. Local impacts of climate change on winter wheat in Great Britain
  316. Using the Boruta algorithm and deep learning models for mapping land susceptibility to atmospheric dust emissions in Iran
  317. Assessing future drought risks and wheat yield losses in England
  318. Nitrogen challenges and opportunities for agricultural and environmental science in India
  319. Investigating the effect of inoculation of chickpea with rhizobium and mycorrhizal fungi (Funneliformis mosseae) on soil mechanical and physical behavior
  320. Dynamics of soil phosphorus measured by ammonium lactate extraction as a function of the soil phosphorus balance and soil properties
  321. Rothamsted Research PhD Student Symposium 22-26 February 2021 Handbook , Posters
  322. The role of gene flow and chromosomal instability in shaping the bread wheat genome
  323. The effect of organic carbon content on soil compression characteristics
  324. Accumulation of trace metals in freshwater macroinvertebrates across metal contamination gradients
  325. A review of phosphate oxygen isotope values in global bedrocks: Characterising a critical endmember to the soil phosphorus system
  326. Relationship between soil carbon sequestration and the ability of soil aggregates to transport dissolved oxygen
  327. Changes in soil organic carbon status and microbial community structure following biogas slurry application in a wheat-rice rotation
  328. Vulnerability of European wheat to extreme heat and drought around flowering under future climate
  329. Recent progress in the synthesis of homotropane alkaloids adaline, euphococcinine and N-methyleuphococcinine
  330. Defining the wheat microbiome: towards microbiome-facilitated crop production
  331. N-terminal truncated RHT-1 proteins generated by translational reinitiation cause semi-dwarfing of wheat Green Revolution alleles
  332. Population responses to observed climate variability across multiple organismal groups
  333. Poor competitiveness of Bradyrhizobium in pigeon pea root colonization in Indian soils
  334. Exploring the Chemical Space of Macro- and Micro-Algae Using Comparative Metabolomics
  335. A comparison of soil texture measurements using mid-infrared spectroscopy (MIRS) and laser diffraction analysis (LDA) in diverse soils
  336. Hillslope and groundwater contributions to streamflow in a Rocky Mountain watershed underlain by glacial till and fractured sedimentary bedrock
  337. An exploratory study on the use of different composite magnetic and colour fingerprints in aeolian sediment provenance fingerprinting
  338. Assessment of the interpretability of data mining for the spatial modelling of water erosion using game theory
  339. Using different size fractions to source fingerprint fine-grained channel bed sediment in a large drainage basin in Iran
  340. Reproducing analysis of Sirius model simulations of wheat yields, 1892-2016
  341. Simulated wheat yields from Sirius, 1892-2016
  342. An equation of state for insect swarms
  343. The potential for soybean to diversify the production of plant-based protein in the UK
  344. Meat consumers’ opinion regarding unhealthy pigs: should they be treated with antibiotics or euthanized on farm?
  345. MEDI: Macronutrient Extraction and Determination from invertebrates, a rapid, cheap and streamlined protocol
  346. Accumulation and deposition of triacylglycerols in the starchy endosperm of wheat grain
  347. Stability of farm income: The role of agricultural diversity and agri-environment scheme payments
  348. Inorganic nitrogen fertilizer and high N application rate promote N2O emission and suppress CH4 uptake in a rotational vegetable system
  349. Ammonia emissions from different pig production scales and their temporal variations in the North China Plain
  350. Striking a balance between N sources: Mitigating soil acidification and accumulation of phosphorous and heavy metals from manure
  351. Cytotoxic Activity and Metabolic Profiling of Fifteen Euphorbia Species
  352. The contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to ecosystem respiration and methane flux in an ephemeral plants-dominated desert
  353. Tolerance to oxidative stress is associated with both oxidative stress response and inherent growth in a fungal wheat pathogen
  354. The Outstanding Scientist, R.A. Fisher: His Views on Eugenics and Race
  355. Application of a triple 15N tracing technique to elucidate N transformations in a UK grassland soil
  356. Current advisory interventions for grazing ruminant farming cannot close exceedance of modern background sediment loss – Assessment using an instrumented farm platform and modelled scaling out
  357. Tillage practices affect weeds differently in monoculture vs crop rotation
  358. Eucalypt harvest residue management influences microbial community structure and soil organic matter fractions in an afforested grassland
  359. Sublethal and transgenerational effects of lambda-cyhalothrin on the mirid bugs Lygus pratensis Linnaeus and Polymerus cognatus Fieber
  360. Artificial neural networks for monitoring network optimisation—a practical example using a national insect survey
  361. Sampling pollen beetle (Brassicogethes aeneus) pressure in oilseed rape: which method is best?
  362. Genome-wide identification of sucrose nonfermenting-1-related protein kinase (SnRK) genes in barley and RNA-seq analyses of their expression in response to ABA treatment
  363. Microbiome Aggregated Traits and Assembly are More Sensitive to Soil Management than Diversity
  364. Genomics accelerated isolation of a new stem rust avirulence gene - wheat resistance gene pair
  365. Remarkable recent changes in genetic diversity of the avirulence gene AvrStb6 in global populations of the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  366. Reduced free asparagine in wheat grain resulting from a natural deletion of TaASNB2: investigating and exploiting diversity in the asparagine synthetase gene family to improve wheat quality
  367. Wheat with greatly reduced accumulation of free asparagine in the grain, produced by CRISPR/Cas9 editing of asparagine synthetase gene TaASN2
  368. The impact of weather and increased atmospheric CO2 from 1892 to 2016 on simulated yields of UK wheat
  369. KnetMiner: a comprehensive approach for supporting evidence-based gene discovery and complex trait analysis across species
  370. Progress on reducing acrylamide levels in potato crisps in Europe, 2002 to 2019
  371. Key traits for ruminant livestock across diverse production systems in the context of climate change: perspectives from a global platform of research farms
  372. Resolving the identification of weak-flying insects during flight: a coupling between rigorous data processing and biology
  373. Soil loss on the arable lands of the forest-steppe and steppe zones of European Russia and Siberia during the period of intensive agriculture
  374. Oil from transgenic Camelina sativa as a source of EPA and DHA in feed for European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.)
  375. Redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) and lamb's quarters ‎‎(Chenopodium album L.) populations exhibit a high degree of ‎morphological and biochemical diversity
  376. Using a lamb's early-life liveweight as a predictor of carcass quality
  377. Gene-based mapping of trehalose biosynthetic pathway genes reveals association with source- and sink-related yield traits in a spring wheat panel
  378. Wheat growth responses to soil mechanical impedance are dependent on phosphorus supply
  379. High-Throughput Estimation of Crop Traits - A review of ground and aerial phenotyping platforms
  380. Predicting the growth of lettuce from soil infrared reflectance spectra: the potential for crop management
  381. The effects of long-term fertilizations on soil hydraulic properties vary with scales
  382. Wheat amino acid transporters highly expressed in grain cells regulate amino acid accumulation in grain
  383. Transient reprogramming of crop plants for agronomic performance