1. A note on current pyrethroid susceptibility in the bird cherry-oat aphid Rhopalosiphum padi in Ireland
  2. Attractiveness of white clover [Trifolium repens L.) and plum (Prunus salicina Lindl. cv. Sapphire) flower volatiles to female Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande, 1895)
  3. The fate of micronutrients in excreta of sheep supplemented with organic/inorganic micronutrients in a pasture system
  4. A loss function to evaluate agricultural decision‑making under uncertainty: a case study of soil spectroscopy
  5. Communication and building social capital in community supported agriculture
  6. A contiguous de novo genome assembly of sugar beet EL10 (Beta vulgaris L.)
  7. Early Detection and Spread of Tomato Powdery Mildew (TPM) in Commercial Greenhouses
  8. Relative efficiency of methods to estimate cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) larval infestation in oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  9. A cold high-pressure system over North China hinders the southward migration of Mythimna separata in autumn
  10. Oils Derived from GM Crops as Sustainable Solutions to the Supply of Long-Chain Omega-3 for On-Growing Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus L.)
  11. Time series canopy phenotyping enables the identification of genetic variants controlling dynamic phenotypes in soybean
  12. Response of three cereal crops in continuous arable or ley-arable rotations to fertilizer nitrogen and soil nitrogen at Rothamsted's Woburn Ley-arable experiment
  13. Anemia in children aged 6-59 months was significantly associated with maternal anemia status in rural Zimbabwe.
  14. Evidence for increasing global wheat yield potential
  15. Optimisation of Cereal Farm Strategies for Mitigating Externalities Associated with Intensive Production
  16. Protein quality as a complementary functional unit in life cycle assessment (LCA)
  17. A reconnaissance survey of channel bank particulate phosphorus concentrations, controls and estimated contributions to riverine loads across England
  18. Identification, characterization, and rescue of CRISPR/Cas9 generated wheat SPO11-1 mutants
  19. Editorial: Linking nitrogen cycling transformations to microbial diversity in freshwater ecosystems
  20. DATAMAN A global database of methane, nitrous oxide, and ammonia emission factors for livestock housing and outdoor storage of manure
  21. A stealth health approach to dietary fibre
  22. Defining Composition and Function of the Rhizosphere Microbiota of Barley Genotypes Exposed to Growth-Limiting Nitrogen Supplies
  23. Effect of Cow Urine Nitrogen Rates and Moisture Conditions on Nitrogen Mineralization in Andisol from Southern Chile
  24. Pollution and risks of trace elements in the soil environment
  25. Conservation tillage and residue management improve soil health and crop productivity—Evidence from a rice-maize cropping system in Bangladesh
  26. Spatial characteristics of the fungus powdery mildew (Erysiphe neolycopersici) on tomatoes and its spread in industrial greenhouses
  27. Relative Protein Lifetime Measurement in Plants Using Tandem Fluorescent Protein Timers
  28. The effect of transferring dairy cows from a group housing system to individual pens for research purposes on behavior and milk yield
  29. Quantifying inherent predictability and spatial synchrony in the aphid vector Myzus persicae - field-scale patterns of abundance and regional forecasting error in the UK
  30. Improving crop yield potential Underlying biological processes and future prospects
  31. Improving the shear design of steel-bar reinforced ultra high performance fibre reinforced concrete beams using mesoscale modelling.
  32. Conservation tillage and residue management improve soil health and crop productivity-Evidence from a rice-maize cropping system in Bangladesh.
  33. Insecticidal Activities of Atriplex halimus L., Salvia rosmarinus Spenn. and Cuminum cyminum L. against Dactylopius opuntiae (Cockerell) under Laboratory and Greenhouse Conditions.
  34. Environmental DNA reveals diversity and abundance of Alternaria species in neighbouring heterogeneous landscapes in Worcester, UK.
  35. A hydro-mechanical-damage fully coupled cohesive phase field model for complicated fracking simulations in poroelastic media
  36. Inconsistent results from trait-based analyses of moth trends point to complex drivers of change
  37. Multi-tier archetypes to characterise British landscapes, farmland and farming practices
  38. Selenium Concentration in Cattle Serum and Fodder from Two Areas in Ethiopia with Contrasting Human Selenium Concentration
  39. Linkages between soil, crop, livestock, and human selenium status in Sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review.
  40. Net Primary Production constraints are crucial to realistically project soil organic carbon sequestration. Response to Minasny et al.
  41. A meta-analysis of phosphatase activity in agricultural settings in response to phosphorus deficiency
  42. Contrasting Biophysical Controls on Carbon Dioxide and Methane Outgassing From Streams
  43. Toward the Allelopathy of Peganum sp. and Related Chemical Constituents in Agriculture
  44. Inclusion of Secale cereale and Pentosanases in the Ration of Laying Hens: Exploring its Effect on Egg Production and Concentrate Intake and Searching the Optimal Combination in a Diet
  45. Combined pangenomics and transcriptomics reveals core and redundant virulence processes in a rapidly evolving fungal plant pathogen
  46. Management and Productivity of Key Integrated Crop-Livestock Systems in Uruguay: The Palo a Pique Long-Term Experiment’s Third Phase
  47. Model the Relationship of NH3 Emission with Attributing Factors from Rice Fields in China: Ammonia Mitigation Potential Using a Urease Inhibitor
  48. Demography of Common Swifts (Apus apus) breeding in the UK associated with local weather but not aphid biomass
  49. A Comparison of the Differences in Soil Structure under Long-Term Conservation Agriculture Relative to a Secondary Forest
  50. Environmental and cultivar variability in composition, content and biological activity of phenolic acids and alkylresorcinols of winter wheat grains from a multi-site field trial across Europe
  51. Agronomic biofortification increases grain zinc concentration of maize grown under contrasting soil types in Malawi
  52. A Rejoinder to the Commentaries on “A Route Map for Successful Applications of Geographically Weighted Regression” by Comber et al. (2022)
  53. A review of models for simulating the soil-plant interface for different climatic conditions and land uses in the Loess Plateau, China
  54. Transcriptional signatures of wheat inflorescence development
  55. Root architecture and leaf photosynthesis traits and associations with nitrogen-use efficiency in landrace-derived lines in wheat
  56. Using cloud radar to investigate the effect of rainfall on migratory insect flight
  57. Blueprint for phosphorus efficiency
  58. Co-amelioration of red soil acidity and fertility with pig manure rather than liming
  59. Effective control of Leptosphaeria maculans increases importance of L. biglobosa as a cause of phoma stem canker epidemics on oilseed rape
  60. Water chemistry under low-flow conditions from grazed pastures seeded with different species
  61. The "by-catch" recorded from selected Rothamsted light-traps concentrating on 2018 and 2019
  62. Vegetable Crop Improvement Through CRISPR Technology for Food Security
  63. (−)-Adaline from the Adalia Genus of Ladybirds Is a Potent Antagonist of Insect and Specific Mammalian Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors
  64. Can Intensified Pasture Systems Reduce Enteric Methane Emissions from Beef Cattle in the Atlantic Forest Biome?
  65. Effect of Yerba Mate Extract as Feed Additive on Ruminal Fermentation and Methane Emissions in Beef Cattle
  66. CRISPR for accelerating genetic gains in under utilized crops of the drylands: Progress and prospects
  67. Agricultural resource and risk management with multiperiod stochastics: A case of the mixed crop-livestock production system in the drylands of Jordan
  68. A predictive model of wheat grain yield based on canopy reflectance indices and the theoretical definition of yield potential
  69. Induction of distinct plant cell death programs by secreted proteins from the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  70. Distinct roles for different autophagy-associated genes in the virulence of the fungal wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
  71. Impacts of different vegetation in riparian buffer strips on runoff and sediment loss
  72. Liming and nitrification inhibitor affects crop N uptake efficiency and N loss through changing soil N processes
  73. Meeting the Challenges Facing Wheat Production The Strategic Research Agenda of the Global Wheat Initiative
  74. Mechanisms of nitrogen transfer in a model clover‑ryegrass pasture a 15N‑tracer approach
  75. Demystifying racemic natural products in the homochiral world
  76. Co-Inoculation of Plant-Growth-Promoting Bacteria Modulates Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Perennial Ryegrass to Water Deficit
  77. Diversity, composition, altitude, and seasonality of high-altitude windborne migrating mosquitoes in the Sahel: Implications for disease transmission
  78. Grazing and topography control nutrient pools in low Arctic soils of Southwest Greenland
  79. Enhancing the oral and topical insecticidal efficacy of a commercialized spider venom peptide biopesticide via fusion to the carrier snowdrop lectin (Galanthus nivalis agglutinin)
  80. Diverged subpopulations in tropical Urochloa (Brachiaria) forage species indicate a role for facultative apomixis and varying ploidy in their population structure and evolution
  81. The Insect Crisis
  82. Control of Wheat Tillering by Nitrogen Availability: The Case of Strigolactones
  83. Using particle size distributions to fingerprint suspended sediment sources Evaluation at laboratory and catchment scales
  84. Increasing importance of ammonia emission abatement in PM2.5 pollution control
  85. Reactive N emissions from cropland and their mitigation in the North China Plain
  86. Wetting pattern of cow urine patch in an Andisol assessed through bromide concentration distribution: A pilot study
  87. Responses of crop productivity and reactive nitrogen losses to the application of animal manure to China's main crops: A meta-analysis
  88. A large bioassay identifies Stb resistance genes that provide broad resistance against Septoria tritici blotch Disease in the UK
  89. A simplified approach for producing Tier 2 enteric methane emission factors based on East African smallholder farm data
  90. Translating and applying a simulation model to enhance understanding of grassland management
  91. Roger Blackman 1941-2022 an appreciation
  92. A stable start - cotranslational Nt-acetylation promotes proteome stability across kingdoms
  93. Disorder or a new order - How climate change affects phenological variability
  94. The effect of soil type on yield and micronutrient content of pasture species
  95. A new approach to holistic nitrogen management in China
  96. Progress on improving agricultural nitrogen use efficiency: UK-China virtual joint centers on nitrogen agronomy
  97. Profiling Phospholipids within Atlantic Salmon Salmo salar with Regards to a Novel Terrestrial Omega-3 Oil Source
  98. Revisiting sampling duration to estimate N2O emission factors for manure application and cattle excreta deposition for the UK and Ireland
  99. Doublesex homolog is sex-specifically spliced and governs the sexual differentiation process in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci AsiaII-1
  100. Nutrient accounting in global food systems
  101. Opportunities and challenges for harvest weed seed control in European cropping systems
  102. Chickpea Defensin Gene Family: Promising Candidates for Resistance Against Soil‑Borne Chickpea Fungal Pathogens
  103. Quantifying inherent predictability and spatial synchrony in the aphid vector Myzus persicae - field-scale patterns of abundance and regional forecasting error in the UK
  104. Estimates of Dietary Mineral Micronutrient Supply from Staple Cereals in Ethiopia at a District Level
  105. Rothamsted Insect Survey Online Database
  106. Rethinking efficiency: Growth curves as a proxy for inputs and impacts in finishing beef systems
  107. Spatio-temporal characteristics and source apportionment of water-soluble organic acids in PM2.5 in the North China Plain
  108. Challenges in measuring nitrogen isotope signatures in inorganic nitrogen forms: An interlaboratory comparison of three common measurement approaches
  109. Applying genetic technologies to combat infectious diseases in aquaculture
  110. Apoplastic and vascular defences
  111. Something in the air
  112. Abundance and phylogenetic distribution of eight key enzymes of the phosphorus biogeochemical cycle in grassland soils.
  113. Proanthocyanidin Biosynthesis in the Developing Wheat Seed Coat Investigated by Chemical and RNA-seq Analysis
  114. Impact of endophytic colonization by entomopathogenic fungi on the behavior and life history of the tobacco peach aphid Myzus persicae var. nicotianae
  115. Projected climate effects on soil workability and trafficability determine the feasibility of converting permanent grassland to arable land
  116. Response to ‘A well-established fact: Rapid mineralization of organic inputs is an important factor for soil carbon sequestration’ by Angers et al.
  117. Data, and sample sources thereof, on water quality life cycle impact assessments pertaining to catchment scale acidification and eutrophication potentials and the benefits of on-farm mitigation strategies
  118. Novel molecules and target genes for vegetative heat tolerance in wheat
  119. Applying geochemical and colour properties to quantify sediment sources in a Brazilian semiarid ephemeral river system
  120. Genetic analysis of Colletotrichum siamense populations from different hosts and counties in Hainan, China using microsatellite markers.
  121. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for the rubber tree powdery mildew pathogen Oidium heveae
  122. Huge spring migrations of insects from the Middle East to Europe - quantifying the migratory assemblage and ecosystem services
  123. Assessing pre-pandemic carbon footprint of diet transitions in UK nations and regions
  124. Statistics in soil science
  125. Keeping toxic cadmium out of the food chain
  126. Early Detection and Spread of Tomato Powdery Mildew (TPM) in Commercial Greenhouses
  127. Food waste interventions in low-and-middle-income countries: A systematic literature review
  128. The effect of soil type on yield and macro- and micronutrient content of a wide range of pasture species
  129. Elemental concentrations and growth characteristics of wild-type and cultivated varieties of pasture species
  130. The location of iron and zinc in grain of conventional and biofortified lines of sorghum
  131. Individual tracking reveals long-distance flight-path control in a nocturnally migrating moth
  132. Effect of high molecular weight glutenin subunit Dy10 on wheat dough properties and end-use quality
  133. Comment on ‘A physics perspective on collective animal behavior’ 2022 Phys. Biol. 19 021004
  134. Integration of embryo–endosperm interaction into a holistic and dynamic picture of seed development using a rice mutant with notched-belly kernels
  135. Wheat grain proteins: past, present, and future
  136. Using field evaluation and systematic iteration to rationalize the accumulation of omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic Camelina sativa
  137. Calibrating APSIM for forage sorghum using remote sensing and field data under sub-optimal growth conditions
  138. Farmland Carabids identification guide
  139. Decisions, uncertainty and spatial information
  140. Cereal grain mineral micronutrient and soil chemistry data from GeoNutrition surveys in Ethiopia and Malawi
  141. Different Responses in Root Water Uptake of Summer Maize to Planting Density and Nitrogen Fertilization
  142. An overlooked mechanism underlying the attenuated temperature response of soil heterotrophic respiration
  143. Interview with Prof. Nigel G. Halford, Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom
  144. Spectral variable selection for estimation of soil organic carbon content using mid-infrared spectroscopy
  145. Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy for estimating soil properties: A technology for the 21st century
  146. Burden tests can be used to map causal genes for a simple metabolic trait in an exome-sequenced polyploid mutant population
  147. Acetamiprid fate in a sandy loam with contrasting soil organic matter contents: A comparison of the degradation, sorption and leaching of commercial neonicotinoid formulations
  148. Sub-sampling a large physical soil archive for additional analyses to support spatial mapping; a pre-registered experiment in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNPR) of Ethiopia
  149. Epigenetic switch reveals CRISPR/Cas9 response to cytosine methylation in plants: Comment
  150. Advances in barley breeding for improving nitrogen use efficiency
  151. A heteroskedastic model of park grass spring hay yields in response to weather suggests continuing yield decline with climate change in future decades
  152. Characteristics of airborne bacterial communities across different PM2.5 levels in Beijing during winter and spring
  153. Working with UK farmers to investigate anecic earthworm middens and soil biophysical properties
  154. Enhancing the accumulation of eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid in transgenic Camelina through the CRISPR-Cas9 inactivation of the competing FAE1 pathway
  155. Plant proteostasis-a proven and promising target for crop improvement - Editorial
  156. Plants change their clocks to flower at the right time
  157. Soil CO2 emissions in cropland with fodder maize (Zea mays L.) with and without riparian buffer strips of differing vegetation
  158. Priorities for UK soils
  159. Differentiated function and localisation of SPO11-1 and PRD3 on the chromosome axis during meiotic DSB formation in Arabidopsis thaliana
  160. Portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) calibration for analysis of nutrient concentrations and trace element contaminants in fertilisers
  161. Community Perceptions of Zinc Biofortified Flour during an Intervention Study in Pakistan
  162. Limited Supply of Protein and Lysine Is Prevalent among the Poorest Households in Malawi and Exacerbated by Low Protein Quality
  163. P450 gene duplication and divergence led to the evolution of dual novel functions and insecticide cross-resistance in the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens
  164. Simulation of winter wheat response to variable sowing dates and densities in a high-yielding environment
  165. The role of long-term experiments in validating trait-based approaches to achieving multifunctionality in grasslands
  166. Identification of novel aphid-killing bacteria to protect plants.
  167. Development of Plant-Based Vaccines for Prevention of Avian Influenza and Newcastle Disease in Poultry.
  168. Combining Variable Selection and Multiple Linear Regression for Soil Organic Matter and Total
  169. Sea ice concentration impacts dissolved organic gases in the Canadian Arctic
  170. An Integrated Weed Management framework: A pan-European perspective
  171. Atmospheric transport reveals grass pollen dispersion distances
  172. Iron rich glauconite sand as an efficient phosphate immobilising agent in river sediments
  173. gwverse: A Template for a New Generic Geographically Weighted R Package
  174. Exploring Anastomosis of Hyphae and Mating-Type Compatibility of Pochonia chlamydosporia Isolates of the Meloidogyne, Heterodera and Globodera Biotypes
  175. FANCM promotes class I interfering crossovers and suppresses class II non-interfering crossovers in wheat meiosis
  176. The distribution of covert microbial natural enemies of a globally invasive crop pest, fall armyworm, in Africa: Enemy release and spillover events
  177. Loss of starch synthase IIIa changes starch molecular structure and granule morphology in grains of hexaploid bread wheat.
  178. Long-term fertilization enhances soil carbon stability by increasing the ratio of passive carbon - evidence from four typical croplands
  179. Countering elevated CO2 induced Fe and Zn reduction in Arabidopsis seeds
  180. Separating natural from human enhanced methane emissions in headwater streams
  181. Assessing catchment scale water quality of agri-food systems and the scope for reducing unintended consequences using spatial life cycle assessment (LCA)
  182. The impact of using novel equations to predict nitrogen excretion and associated emissions from pasture-based beef production systems
  183. Induced mutations in ASPARAGINE SYNTHETASE-A2 reduce free asparagine concentration in the wheat grain
  184. Yearly occurrence of 544 species of moths (UK 1990-2019), with trait values and putative environmental drivers.
  185. Extending meta-analysis approaches to address routes to Ecological Intensification using agricultural Long-Term Experiments
  186. Development of a Synthetic Floral Lure for Pollen Beetles (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae)
  187. Modelling Heteroskedasticity, Overdispersion and the Impacts of Climate Change for Long-Term Hay Yield Data
  188. Photosynthetic microbes in nanobiotechnology Applications and perspectives
  189. Spatial statistics and soil mapping: A blossoming partnership under pressure
  190. Tracing the sources and fate of NO3– in the vadose zone-groundwater system of a thousand-year cultivated region
  191. Modelling the Persistence of Weed Populations
  192. Spatial patterns of microbial diversity in Fe-Mn deposits and associated sediments in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
  193. Ethylene augments root hypoxia tolerance via growth cessation and reactive oxygen species amelioration
  194. Effects of plastic film mulch biodegradability on nitrogen in the plant-soil system
  195. Changes in the concentrations and transcripts for gibberellins and other hormones in a growing leaf and roots of wheat seedlings in response to water restriction
  196. Mitigation of ammonia volatilization on farm using an N stabilizer – A demonstration in Quzhou, North China Plain
  197. Interaction between sulfur and selenium in agronomic biofortification of cowpea plants under field conditions
  198. Allocation of herbage allowance to grazed dairy cows in commercial herds using global positioning and long-range wide area network - Supplementary materials
  199. GrazeMore - milk yield data
  200. GrazeMore - grazing intake data
  201. GrazeMore - grazing activity data
  202. Monogalactosyl Diacylglycerol Synthase 3 (OsMGD3) affects phosphate utilization and acquisition in rice
  203. Changes of soil structure under different tillage management assessed by bulk density, penetrometer resistance, water retention curve, least limiting water range and X-ray computed tomography
  204. Complementary protein extraction methods increase the identification of the Park Grass Experiment metaproteome
  205. Do gluten peptides stimulate weight gain in humans?
  206. Reproduction of Figures for: A heteroskedastic model of Park Grass spring hay yields in response to weather suggests continuing yield decline with climate change in future decades
  207. Soil and landscape factors influence geospatial variation in maize grain zinc concentration in Malawi
  208. Climate change impacts on crop yield of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) and maize (Zea mays) and soil organic carbon stocks in northern China
  209. Future climate change impacts on mulched maize production in an arid irrigation area
  210. Arabidopsis HEAT SHOCK FACTOR BINDING PROTEIN is required to limit meiotic crossovers and HEI10 transcription
  211. Editorial for VSI “Addressing challenges for barley production and utilisation in the 21st Century”
  212. High-performance solutions of geographically weighted regression in R
  213. Science and user-based co-development of a farmland earthworm survey facilitated using digital media: Insights and policy implications
  214. Understanding rural-urban transitions in the Global South through Peri-Urban Turbulence
  215. Do ancient wheats contain less gluten than modern bread wheat?
  216. Riparian buffer strips influence nitrogen losses as nitrous oxide and leached N from upslope permanent pasture
  217. Neotropical maize genotypes with different levels of benzoxazinoids affect fall armyworm development
  218. Grazing management, slope aspect and canopy effects on the compression characteristic of soils of the Gonbad experimental watershed in Hamedan, Iran
  219. The Impact of Consuming Zinc-Biofortified Wheat Flour on Haematological Indices of Zinc and Iron Status in Adolescent Girls in Rural Pakistan: A Cluster-Randomised, Double-Blind, Controlled Effectiveness Trial
  220. After carbonaria: melanic moth frequencies in the Rothamsted Insect Survey
  221. Absence of a home‑field advantage within a short‑rotation arable cropping system
  222. Nanoparticles for effective management of salinity stress in plants
  223. A Deep Learning Application to Map Weed Spatial Extent from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Imagery
  224. Heterologous expression of antimicrobial peptides S-thanatin and bovine lactoferricin in the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum enhances native antimicrobial activity against Gram-negative bacteria
  225. Variation in the Content and Composition of Tocols in a Wheat Population
  226. Wheat glutenin polymers 1. structure, assembly and properties
  227. Wheat Glutenin polymers 2 The role of wheat glutenin subunits in polymer formation and dough quality
  228. A native promoter–gene fusion created by CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genomic deletion offers a transgene-free method to drive oil accumulation in leaves
  229. Where and why are species’ range shifts hampered by unsuitable landscapes?
  230. Effect of feeding lucerne and a mixed diet of oats and berseem clover as a source of fresh forage on ruminal characteristics and nitrogen use efficiency in dairy cows during the winter period
  231. Micro- and macro-elements in sheep excreta after consumption of feed supplements according to supplement formulation and level
  232. The Woburn Ley-arable experiment, 1938-2020: its management, the issues and problems that arose, and their resolution to maintain the continuity and relevance of the experiment.
  233. Recoverable resources from pot ale & spent wash from Scotch Whisky production
  234. Super-resolution Chromatin Visualization Using a Combined Method of Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization and Structured Illumination Microscopy in Solanum lycopersicum
  235. CTAB DNA Extraction and Genotyping-by-Sequencing to Map Meiotic Crossovers in Plants
  236. Plant Gametogenesis Methods and Protocols
  237. Changes in organic carbon to clay ratios in different soils and land uses in England and Wales over time
  238. Biocontrol Potential of Novel Emerging Multiacting Bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens NC6 against Brevicoryne brassicae in Brassica rapa ssp. Pekinensis
  239. Dissecting weed adaptation: fitness and trait correlations in herbicide resistant Alopecurus myosuroides
  240. Soil N2O and CH4 emissions from fodder maize production with and without riparian buffer strips of differing vegetation
  241. The impact of drought length and intensity on N cycling gene abundance, transcription and the size of an N2O hot moment from a temperate grassland soil
  242. The effects of brief heat during early booting on reproductive, developmental and chlorophyll physiological performance in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  243. Estimating Soil Water Retention Curve by Extreme Learning Machine, Radial Basis Function, M5 Tree and Modified Group Method of Data Handling Approaches
  244. A nation that rebuilds its soils rebuilds itself- an engineer’s perspective
  245. Enantiomeric Discrimination in Insects: The Role of OBPs and ORs
  246. Moth declines are most severe in broadleaf woodlands despite a net gain in habitat availability
  247. Characterisation of Grains and Flour Fractions from Field Grown Transgenic Oil-Accumulating Wheat Expressing Oat WRI1
  248. The Importance of Scale and the MAUP for Robust Ecosystem Service Evaluations and Landscape Decisions
  249. Moth declines are most severe in broadleaf woodlands despite a net gain in habitat availability - data and code for analysis
  250. Localisation of iron and zinc in grain of biofortified wheat
  251. Accelerating the development of biological nitrification inhibition as a viable nitrous oxide mitigation strategy in grazed livestock systems
  252. CO2 fluxes from three different temperate grazed pastures using Eddy covariance measurements
  253. Computational investigation of aphid odorant receptor structure and binding function
  254. Mineral micronutrient status and spatial distribution among the Ethiopian population
  255. Likelihood of Extreme Early Flight of Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Across the UK
  256. Remotely Sensed Spatiotemporal Variation in Crude Protein of Shortgrass Steppe Forage
  257. Stakeholder interpretation of probabilistic representations of uncertainty in spatial information an example on the nutritional quality of staple
  258. Impact of Nutrient Management on Wheat/Vegetable Yields and the Fate of 15N-Labeled Fertilizer in the Yangtze River Basin
  259. Carabids for Natural-Enemy Pest Control: combining ecology and knowledge exchange to bridge the gaps
  260. The Maraichine cattle breed supports breeders and researchers in the Atlantic coastal marshlands
  261. Progress towards the production of potatoes and cereals with low acrylamide-forming potential
  262. Prolonged heavy rainfall and land use drive catchment sediment source dynamics: appraisal using multiple biotracers
  263. Communicating Carabids: Engaging farmers to encourage uptake of Integrated Pest Management.
  264. Wheat amylase/trypsin inhibitors (ATIs): occurrence, function and health aspects
  265. Thresholds of target phosphorus fertility classes in European fertilizer recommendations in relation to critical soil test phosphorus values derived from the analysis of 55 European long-term field experiment
  266. Is bread bad for health?
  267. Stochastic modelling of bird flocks – accounting for the cohesiveness of collective motion
  268. Monitored flow and water quality data from upper river taw observatory in 2018 and 2019 water years
  269. A rapid and inexpensive colour-based sediment tracing method incorporating hydrogen peroxide sample treatment as an alternative to quantitative source fingerprinting for catchment management
  270. Improving rice photosynthesis and yield through trehalose 6-phosphate signalling
  271. The utility of the “Arable Weeds and Management in Europe” database: Challenges and opportunities of combining weed survey data at a European scale
  272. Quantitative Trait Locus Mapping for Resistance Against Pyrenopeziza brassicae Derived From a Brassica napus Secondary Gene Pool
  273. Distribution of heavy metals polluting the soil near an abandoned mine in Northwestern Mexico
  274. (Un)willingness to contribute financially towards advice surrounding diffuse water pollution: the perspectives of farmers and advisors
  275. Soil Dynamics and Nitrogen Absorption by a Natural Grassland Under Cow Urine and Dung Patches in an Andisol in Southern Chile
  276. Opinion Exploiting genomics to improve the benefits of wheat - Prospects and limitations
  277. Wheat Environment, Food and Health
  278. Overlooked Nonagricultural and Wintertime Agricultural NH3 Emissions in Quzhou County, North China Plain Evidence from 15N-Stable Isotopes
  279. Coupled steroid and phosphorus leaching from cattle slurry at lysimeter scale
  280. Counts of melanic forms of three species of moth in the Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap network
  281. A Near-Chromosome Level Genome Assembly of the European Hoverfly, Sphaerophoria Rueppellii (Diptera: Syrphidae), and a Comparative Analysis of Insecticide Resistance-Related Gene Families in Hemipteran Crop Pests and Pollinators
  282. Rothamsted Research PhD Student Symposium 1st and 2nd March 2022 Handbook , Posters
  283. The potential of fluorescence imaging to distinguish insect pest and non-pest species
  284. Meiotic Recombination and DNA Repair New Approaches to Solve Old Questions in Model and Non-model Plant Species - Editorial
  285. Exploring the effects of land management change on productivity, carbon and nutrient balance: Application of an Ensemble Modelling Approach to the upper River Taw observatory, UK
  286. Potential Co-benefits and trade-offs between improved soil management, climate change mitigation and agri-food productivity
  287. Heavy metal removal by Bacillus for sustainable agriculture
  288. Farm-level emission intensities of smallholder cattle (Bos indicus; B. indicus - B. taurus crosses) production systems in highlands and semi-arid regions
  289. Biofortified Maize Improves Selenium Status of Women and Children in a Rural Community in Malawi: Results of the Addressing Hidden Hunger With Agronomy Randomized Controlled Trial
  290. The Cost of Reducing Ammonia from Agriculture: Farm-gate Estimates and Policy Considerations
  291. A comprehensive sugar beet virus yellows model
  292. Diverting phenylpropanoid pathway flux from sinapine to produce industrially useful 4-vinyl derivatives of hydroxycinnamic acids in Brassicaceous oilseeds
  293. A comprehensive framework for assessing the accuracy and uncertainty of global above-ground biomass maps
  294. Ensembl Genomes 2022: an expanding genome resource for non-vertebrates
  295. Functionally characterized arthropod pest and pollinator cytochrome P450s associated with xenobiotic metabolism
  296. Genetic diversity in nitrogen fertilizer responses and N gas emission in modern wheat
  297. Is it possible to attain the same soil organic matter content in arable agriculture soils as under natural vegetation?
  298. Soil carbon sequestration for climate change mitigation: Mineralization kinetics of organic inputs as an overlooked limitation
  299. Understanding the Molecular Basis of Disease Resistance Against Septoria Tritici Blotch in Wheat
  300. Cold case The disappearance of Egypt bee virus, a fourth distinct master strain of deformed wing virus linked to honeybee mortality in 1970’s Egypt
  301. Diffuse water pollution during recent extreme wet-weather in the UK: Environmental damage costs and insight into the future?
  302. Ethylene augments root hypoxia tolerance through amelioration of reactive oxygen species and growth cessation
  303. Biofortification of staple crops to eliminate human malnutrition: contributions and potential in developing countries
  304. Making Landscape Decisions to Meet Net Zero Carbon: Pathways that consider ethics, socio-ecological diversity, and landscape functions
  305. A scaffold-level genome assembly of a minute pirate bug, Orius laevigatus, and a comparative analysis of insecticide resistance-related gene families with hemipteran crop pests
  306. Two sides of one medal: arable weed vegetation of Europe in phytosociological data compared to agronomical weed surveys
  307. The cost-effectiveness of reflectance spectroscopy for estimating soil organic carbon
  308. A perspective on animal welfare of grazing ruminants and its relationship with sustainability
  309. Long-term evidence for ecological intensification as a pathway to sustainable agriculture
  310. Can the right composition and diversity of farmed species improve food security among smallholder farmers?
  311. V-QBA vs QBA – How do video and live analysis compare for Qualitative Behaviour Assessment?
  312. On track to achieve No Net Loss of forest at Madagascar’s biggest mine
  313. Differences in colour preference among pollen beetle species (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae)
  314. The effects of electric field assisted composting on ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions varied with different electrolytes
  315. In silico characterisation of the complete Ly6 protein family in Fasciola gigantica supported through transcriptomics of the newly-excysted juveniles
  316. N2O hot moments were not driven by changes in nitrogen and carbon substrates or changes in N cycling functional genes
  317. Impacts of field margin orientation on populations of soil-dwelling invertebrates in relation to the direction and intensity of field traffic
  318. Rothamsted Insect Survey Online Database
  319. Companion and Smart Plants Scientific Background to Promote Conservation Biological Control
  320. Localized nutrient supply can facilitate root proliferation and increase nitrogen-use efficiency in compacted soil
  321. Tackling unintended consequences of grazing livestock farming: Multi-scale assessment of co-benefits and trade-offs for water pollution mitigation scenarios
  322. How contradictory EU policies led to the development of a pest - the story of oilseed rape and the cabbage stem flea beetle
  323. Production of human milk fat substitute by engineered strains of Yarrowia lipolytica
  324. Disruption of the Nα-Acetyltransferase NatB Causes Sensitivity to Reductive Stress in Arabidopsis thaliana.
  325. Dynamics of bacterial blight disease in resistant and susceptible rice varieties
  326. Reducing uncertainty in ecosystem service modelling through weighted ensembles
  327. Reduction effect of individual N, P, K fertilization on antibiotic resistance genes in reclaimed water irrigated soil
  328. Nutritionism in a food policy context: the case of animal protein
  329. The blackgrass genome reveals patterns of non-parallel evolution of polygenic herbicide resistance
  330. Global wheat production could benefit from closing the genetic yield gap
  331. Plant Health in a One Health context Special Issue
  332. The efficiency of elemental geochemistry and weathering indices as tracers in aeolian sediment provenance fingerprinting
  333. Understanding the Relationships between Free Asparagine in Grain and Other Traits to Breed Low-Asparagine Wheat
  334. Cropping system exerts stronger influence on antibiotic resistance gene assemblages in greenhouse soils than reclaimed wastewater irrigation
  335. Long-term fertility experiments for irrigated rice in the West African Sahel: Effect on macro- and micronutrient concentrations in plant and soil
  336. Dissecting grilled red and white meat flavor: Its characteristics, production mechanisms, influencing factors and chemical hazards
  337. The molecular size continuum of soil organic phosphorus and its chemical associations
  338. Comparing the effect of different sample conditions and spectral libraries on the prediction accuracy of soil properties from near- and mid-infrared spectra at the field-scale
  339. Phosphorylation of the alpha-subunit of plant eukaryotic initiation factor 2 prevents its association with polysomes but does not considerably suppress protein synthesis
  340. A Modular Cloning Toolkit for Genome Editing in Cereals
  341. Evolution of the transport properties of soil aggregates and their relationship with soil organic carbon following land use changes
  342. Digital phenotyping and genotype-to-phenotype (G2P) models to predict complex traits in cereal crops
  343. Virus-mediated protein overexpression (VOX) in monocots to identify and functionally characterize fungal effectors
  344. The effect of soil organic matter on long-term availability of phosphorus in soil: evaluation in a biological P mining experiment
  345. Photosynthetic limits on carbon sequestration in croplands
  346. The legacy effect of synthetic N fertiliser
  347. The evolving role of weather types on rainfall chemistry under large reductions in pollutant emissions
  348. Simulating grazing beef and sheep systems
  349. Global maps of soil temperature
  350. Virus-induced gene silencing in wheat and related monocot species
  351. Combining targeted grass traits with red clover improves grassland performance and reduces need for nitrogen fertilisation
  352. Comparisons of commercially available NIRS-based analyte predictions of haylage quality for equid nutrition
  353. Establishing long-term nitrogen response of global cereals to assess sustainable fertilizer rates