1. Novel gene loci associated with susceptibility or cryptic quantitative resistance to Pyrenopeziza brassicae in Brassica napus
  2. Ecological Intensification and the sustainable use of fertilisers
  3. Characterization of Colletotrichum Species Infecting Litchi in Hainan, China
  4. Adaptive migratory orientation of an invasive pest on a new continent
  5. Environmental regulation of male fertility is mediated through Arabidopsis transcription factors bHLH89, 91, and 10
  6. Root phenotyping and root water uptake calculation using soil water contents measured in a winter wheat field
  7. The Optimal Choice of Trap Type for the Recently Spreading Jewel Beetle Pests Lamprodila festiva and Agrilus sinuatus (Coleoptera, Buprestidae)
  8. An interlaboratory comparison of mid-infrared spectra acquisition: Instruments and procedures matter
  9. Key management practices to reduce the risk of the occurrence of Rumex obtusifolius in productive grasslands
  10. Practical guidance for deciding whether to account for soil variability when managing for land health, agricultural production, and climate resilience
  11. An analysis of Earth temperature and related series in air and soil
  12. Sensitivity of simulated soil water content, evapotranspiration, gross primary production and biomass to climate change factors in Euro-Mediterranean grasslands
  13. Sustainable agriculture Are fertilisers necessary for a sustainable nutrient supply? The 33rd Francis New Memorial Lecture
  14. Incorrect recombination partner associations contribute to meiotic instability of neo-allopolyploid Arabidopsis suecica
  15. Multi-target genome editing reduces polyphenol oxidase activity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grains
  16. Goat health and management for improved smallholders’ livelihoods in central Malawi – A socioeconomic analysis of rural households
  17. The antennal transcriptome analysis and characterizations of odorant-binding proteins in Megachile saussurei (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae)
  18. Challenges in measuring fine sediment ingress in gravel-bed rivers using retrievable sediment trap samplers
  19. Transcriptomic and Metabolomic Analyses Reveal the Importance of Lipid Metabolism and Photosynthesis Regulation in High Salinity Tolerance in Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Leaves Derived from Mutagenesis Combined with Microspore Culture
  20. Anemia in children aged 6–59 months was significantly associated with maternal anemia status in rural Zimbabwe
  21. Ketocarotenoid production in tomato triggers metabolic reprogramming and cellular adaptation: The quest for homeostasis
  22. A study on L-threonine and L-serine uptake in Escherichia coli K-12
  23. Large-scale bioproduction of natural astaxanthin in Yarrowia lipolytica
  24. Remote sensing of the Earth's soil color in space and time
  25. Eddy covariance fluxes over managed ecosystems extrapolated to field scales at fine spatial resolutions
  26. High canopy photosynthesis before anthesis explains the outstanding yield performance of rice cultivars with ideal plant architecture
  27. How does grazing pressure affect feed intake and behavior of livestock in a meadow steppe in northern China and their coupling relationship
  28. Chemical cues from beetle larvae trigger proliferation and virulence of a plant pathogen
  29. A multiplex approach of MS, 1D-, and 2D-NMR metabolomicsin plant ontogeny A case study on Clusia minor L. organs (leaf, flower, fruit, and seed)
  30. Freshwater invertebrate responses to fine sediment stress A multi-continent perspective
  31. Climate change mitigation through soil carbon sequestration in working lands: A reality check
  32. Biochar amendments to tropical paddy soil increase rice yields and decrease N2O emissions by modifying the genes involved in nitrogen cycling
  33. Genomics of predictive radiation mutagenesis in oilseed rape: modifying seed oil composition.
  34. Smallholder farmer resilience to extreme weather events in a global food value chain
  35. Integrating Association Mapping, Linkage Mapping, Fine Mapping with RNA Seq Conferring Seedling Vigor Improvement for Successful Crop Establishment in Deep Sown Direct-Seeded Rice
  36. Modeling the spatial-spectral characteristics of plants for nutrient status identification using hyperspectral data and deep learning methods
  37. One Hundred Priority Questions for the Development of Sustainable Food Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa
  38. Dietary selenium intake among Ethiopian children in areas known for selenium spatial variability
  39. Increasing fibre in white flour and bread: Implications for health and processing
  40. The effect of expectancy versus actual gluten intake on gastrointestinal and extra-intestinal symptoms in non-coeliac gluten sensitivity - a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, international, multicentre study
  41. The three-peat challenge: business as usual, responsible agriculture, and conservation and restoration as management trajectories in global peatlands
  42. Landscape and Micronutrient Fertilizer Effect on Agro-Fortified Wheat and Teff Grain Nutrient Concentration in Western Amhara.
  43. Soil structure has a greater effect on the rooting of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) than nitrogen fertilisation rate or genotype.
  44. In Memoriam Philip John White (1960–2023)
  45. A review of sources of resistance to turnip yellows virus (TuYV) in Brassica species
  46. Influence of soil drying followed by flooding on micronutrient solubilization
  47. Root exudation of organic acid anions and recruitment of beneficial actinobacteria facilitate phosphorus uptake by maize in compacted silt loam soil
  48. Greenhouse gas and ammonia emission mitigation priorities for UK policy targets
  49. Insights in disease management - Editorial
  50. The impact of feeding supplemental minerals to sheep on the return of micronutrients to pasture via urine and faeces
  51. Dynamics of pollen beetle (Brassicogethes aeneus) immigration and colonization of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in Europe
  52. Microbial Catabolic Activity: Methods, Pertinence, and Potential Interest for Improving Microbial Inoculant Efficiency
  53. Comparison of the impact of two key fungal signalling pathways on Zymoseptoria tritici infection reveals divergent contribution to invasive growth through distinct regulation of infection-associated genes
  54. Environmental and economic assessment of waste collection and transportation using LCA: A case study
  55. Sugar Beet Cultivation in the Tropics and Subtropics:Challenges and Opportunities
  56. Using qPCR and microscopy to assess the impact of harvesting and weather conditions on the relationship between Alternaria alternata and Alternaria spp. spores in rural and urban atmospheres
  57. Mosquito swarms shear harden
  58. Nitrogen fertilization produces divergent effects on canopy structure between indica and japonica rice reflected in leaf to panicle ratio based on deep learning
  59. Multiscale spatially varying coefficient modelling using a Geographical Gaussian Process GAM
  60. Herbicide resistance in Alopecurus myosuroides - the value of routine testing of seed samples submitted by farmers since 1985
  61. Field phenotyping for African crops: overview and perspectives
  62. Outdoor airborne allergens: Characterization, behavior and monitoring in Europe
  63. Evaluation of techniques to break seed dormancy in Redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus)
  64. Soil Chemical Properties as Affected by Six Crop Rotation Sequences and Four Residue Levels
  65. A comprehensive study on diesel oil bioremediation under microcosm conditions using a combined microbiological, enzymatic, mass spectrometry, and metabarcoding approach
  66. A causal inference and Bayesian optimisation framework for modelling multi-trait relationships—Proof-of-concept using Brassica napus seed yield under controlled conditions
  67. Soil structure has a greater effect on the rooting of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) than nitrogen fertilisation rate or genotype
  68. High resolution flow datasets for surface runoff, surface lateral runoff and drainage pathways from 1 ha sized hydrologically isolated plots.
  69. Multi-experiment assessment of soil nitrous oxide emissions in sugarcane
  70. Field features of the North Wyke Farm Platform: weather, topography, soil, ecosystem services provision index and management
  71. Impact of nitrogen and phosphorus additions on soil gross nitrogen transformations in a temperate desert steppe
  72. Evaluating the Impact of Long-Term Land Use Change and Age since Disturbance on Soil Faunal Diversity
  73. Deciphering Plant-Insect-Microorganism Signals for Sustainable Crop Production
  74. Effectiveness of Agronomic Biofortification Strategy in Fighting against Hidden Hunger
  75. Pea aphid odorant-binding protein ApisOBP6 discriminates between aphid sex pheromone components, aphid alarm pheromone and a host plant volatile
  76. The North Wyke Farm Platform: GreenFeed System Methane and Carbon Dioxide Data
  77. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Eddy Covariance Greenhouse Gas Data
  78. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Field Survey Data
  79. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Livestock Data
  80. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Field Events Data
  81. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Quality Control System (Data version 3; released on 01-12-2018)
  82. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Fine Resolution (15-minute) Soil Moisture Station Data
  83. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Fine Resolution (15-minute) Meteorological Data
  84. A high-yielding traits experiment for modeling potential production of wheat: field experiments and AgMIP-Wheat multi-model simulations
  85. AgMIP-Wheat multi-model simulations on climate change impact and adaptation for global wheat, SDATA-20-01059
  86. Effects of root inoculation of entomopathogenic fungi on olfactory-mediated behavior and life-history traits of the parasitoid Aphidius ervi (Haliday) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
  87. From field to plate - How do bacterial enteric pathogens interact with ready-to-eat fruit and vegetables, causing disease outbreaks?
  88. Wheat and teff grain mineral micronutrient concentration and field data from GeoNutrition on-farm field experiments in Western Amhara region, Ethiopia
  89. Effects on soil of grassland management for pasture, hay and silage
  90. Efficient qPCR estimation and discrimination of airborne inoculum of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa, the causal organisms of phoma leaf spotting and stem canker of oilseed rape
  91. Host map of Ash trees in Great Britain
  92. Sequence Characterization of Extra-Chromosomal Circular DNA Content in Multiple Blackgrass (Alopecurus myosuroides) Populations.
  93. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Fine Resolution (15-Minute) Hydrology and Water Quality Data
  94. Trends of Aboveground Net Primary Productivity of Patagonian Meadows, the Omitted Ecosystem in Desertification Studies
  95. Genetic Approaches to Increase Arabinoxylan and β-Glucan Content in Wheat
  96. A 4-year comparison of pasture mixtures, including those with deep-rooting Festulolium, on herbage and soil and root properties in 50 cm cores, plus associated botanical species surveys.
  97. A semiochemical view of the ecology of the seed beetle Acanthoscelides obtectus Say (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae, Bruchinae)
  98. Trehalose-6-phosphate signaling regulates lateral root formation in Arabidopsis thaliana
  99. The North Wyke Farm Platform: Design, Establishment and Development
  100. Micronutrients and socio-demographic factors were major predictors of anaemia among the Ethiopian population
  101. Still there: Politics, sectarianism, and the reverberations of war in the presences and absences of the Syrian state
  102. Ammonia loss potential and mitigation options in a wheat-maize rotation system in the North China Plain: A data synthesis and field evaluation
  103. Linking soil adsorption-desorption characteristics with grain zinc concentrations and uptake by teff, wheat and maize in different landscape positions in Ethiopia
  104. Tomato Aphid (Aphis gossypii) Secreted Saliva Can Enhance Aphid Resistance by Upregulating Signaling Molecules in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)
  105. Three environmental dimensions of beef cattle in tropical feedlot - Water, nutrients and land
  106. Place attachment and perception of climate change as a threat in rural and urban areas
  107. Can we estimate the impact of small targeted dietary changes on human health and environmental sustainability?
  108. Recognition of notable past soil scientists
  109. A pilot survey of selenium status and its geospatial variation among children and women in three rural districts of Zimbabwe
  110. Do agronomic approaches aligned to regenerative agriculture improve the micronutrient concentrations of edible portions of crops? A scoping review of evidence
  111. A new Rothamsted long-term field experiment for the twenty-first century - principles and practice
  112. Moisture effects on microbial protein biosynthesis from ammonium and nitrate in an unfertilised grassland
  113. An evaluation of three evapotranspiration models to determine water fluxes over hillslopes encroached by invasive alien plants in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
  114. Grazing livestock move by Levy walks - Implications for soil health and environment
  115. A DNA assembly toolkit to unlock the CRISPR/Cas9 potential for metabolic engineering
  116. Levelling foods for priority micronutrient value can provide more meaningful environmental footprint comparisons
  117. Biodiesel Co-Product (BCP) amendment drives beneficial soil microbiome assembly promoting acid soil health
  118. Spatial and bulked soil and herbage selenium concentrations in different pasture types in SW England
  119. Mapping to explore the challenges and opportunities for reconciling artisanal gem mining and biodiversity conservation
  120. Evaluation of two commercially available rumen buffers derived from calcified seaweed for grazing dairy cows: Pilot trial in commercial farms
  121. An efficient triose phosphate synthesis and distribution in wheat provides tolerance to higher field temperature
  122. Occurrence of Unapproved Pesticides and their Ecotoxicological Significance for an Agriculturally Influenced Reservoir and its Tributaries in Nepal
  123. Bioenergy crop production and carbon sequestration potential under changing climate and land use - A case study in the upper River Taw catchment in southwest England
  124. Collection of invited papers from the 20th ICC Conference 2022 "Future Challenges for Cereal Science and Technology" held in Vienna, 5-7 July 2022
  125. The origin of pine pollen grains captured from air at Calypsobyen, Svalbard
  126. National scale mapping of supply and demand for recreational ecosystem services
  127. Nt-acetylation-independent turnover of SQUALENE EPOXIDASE 1 by Arabidopsis DOA10-like E3 ligases
  128. Analysis of mixed linkage β-glucan content and structure in different wheat flour milling fractions
  129. Catches of Euxoa tritici in pheromone traps for Anarsia lineatella are due to the presence of (Z)-5-decenyl acetate as an impurity
  130. Repellency Potential, Chemical Constituents of Ocimum Plant Essential Oils, and Their Headspace Volatiles against Anopheles gambiae s. s., Malaria Vector
  131. Boosting Geranyl Diphosphate Synthesis for Linalool Production in Engineered Yarrowia lipolytica
  132. Phase transitions in insect swarms
  133. Ammonia mitigation campaign with smallholder farmers improves air quality while ensuring high cereal production
  134. Responses of net ecosystem carbon budget and net global warming potential to long-term nitrogen deposition in a temperate grassland
  135. AgroEcoList 1.0 A checklist to improve reporting standards in ecological research in agriculture
  136. Evaluation of Legacy Forest Harvesting Impacts on Dominant Stream Water Sources and Implications for Water Quality Using End Member Mixing Analysis
  137. Delayed development of basal spikelets in wheat explains their increased floret abortion and rudimentary nature
  138. Are single global warming potential impact assessments adequate for carbon footprints of agri-food systems?
  139. Do NO, N2O, N2 and N2 fluxes differ in soils sourced from cropland and varying riparian buffer vegetation? An incubation study
  140. Companion plants and straw mulch reduce cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) damage on oilseed rape
  141. Reducing the risk of acrylamide and other processing contaminant formation in wheat products
  142. Harnessing Knowledge from Plant Functional Genomics and Multi-Omics for Genetic Improvement
  143. The plant cell wall - advances and current perspectives - Editorial
  144. Identification of Traits Underpinning Good Breadmaking Performance of Wheat Grown with Reduced Nitrogen Fertilisation
  145. Effects of hotter, drier conditions on gaseous losses from nitrogen fertilisers
  146. The soil organic carbon: Clay ratio in North Devon, UK: Implications for marketing soil carbon as an asset class
  147. Highlights of the special issue Carbon neutrality and a low carbon economy for agriculture
  148. The spatio-temporal dynamics of suspended sediment sources based on a novel indexing approach combining Bayesian geochemical fingerprinting with physically-based modelling
  149. Inequitable gains and losses from conservation in a global biodiversity hotspot
  150. Small volatile lipophilic molecules induced belowground by aphid attack elicit a defensive response in neighbouring un-infested plants
  151. Low-cost molecular methods to characterise gastrointestinal nematode co-infections of goats in Africa
  152. Construction of a generalised farm typology to aid selection, targeting and scaling of on farm research
  153. Current data and modeling bottlenecks for predicting crop yields in the United Kingdom
  154. Genetic Mapping, Candidate Gene Identification and Marker Validation for Host Plant Resistance to the Race 4 of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense Using Musa acuminata ssp. malaccensis
  155. Does no-tillage mitigate the negative effects of harvest compaction on soil pore characteristics in Northeast China?
  156. Genotypic Response of Finger Millet to Zinc and Iron Agronomic Biofortification, Location and Slope Position towards Yield
  157. Can the soil seed bank of Rumex obtusifolius in productive grasslands be explained by management and soil properties?
  158. Fertilizer and Soil Health in Africa The Role of Fertilizer in Building Soil Health to Sustain Farming and Address Climate Change
  159. Chemical profiling of Artemisia herba-alba, Cuminum cyminum, Cinnamomum camphora, and Salvia rosmarinus essential oils and assessment of their insecticidal potential to control the wild cochineal Dactylopius opuntiae (Cockerell)
  160. The potential of integrative phenomics to harness underutilized crops for improving stress resilience
  161. Chapter 11: The Properties, Distribution and Functionality of Cereal Lipids
  162. Chapter 6: Cereal grain proteins
  163. Chapter 5: Dietary fiber in cereal grains
  164. Chapter 2: Structure and development of cereal grains
  165. Aggregation of chromosome axis proteins on the chromatin and in the nucleoplasm of Brassica oleracea meiocytes
  166. Exploring future changes in synchrony between grapevine (Vitis vinifera) and its major insect pest, Lobesia botrana
  167. Effect of pasture composition in cattle grazed systems on soil properties and nutrient cycling: impact on herbage, soil and cattle excreta
  168. Chilean public attitudes towards beef production systems
  169. Monitoring the effects of pesticide pellets to address farmers' concerns on soil fauna, specifically earthworms
  170. ICC Handbook of 21st Century Cereal Science and Technology 1st Edition
  171. Temporal variation in spider trophic interactions is explained by the influence of weather on prey communities, web building and prey choice
  172. Improving nitrogen fertilizer use efficiency and minimizing losses and global warming potential by optimizing applications and using nitrogen synergists in a maize-wheat rotation
  173. Comparative compositions of grain of tritordeum, durum wheat and bread wheat grown in multi-environment trials
  174. Real-Time Quantitative PCR - Primer Design, Reference Gene Selection, Calculations and Statistics
  175. Metabolomics characterizes early metabolic changes and markers of tolerant Eucalyptus ssp. clones against drought stress
  176. Investigating volatile semiochemical production from Bos taurus and Bos indicus as a novel phenotype for breeding host resistance to ixodid ticks
  177. Comparison of the welfare of beef cattle in housed and grazing systems - hormones, health, and behaviour
  178. Machine Learning Methods for Automatic Segmentation of Images of Field and Glasshouse Based Plants for High Throughput Phenotyping
  179. The post-registration monitoring of glyphosate-treated plants using anecic earthworms
  180. Dry rainfed conditions are key drivers of the effect of conservation tillage and a nitrification inhibitor on N fate and N2O emissions: A field 15N tracing study
  181. Role of herbivore-induced maize volatiles in the chemotactic behaviour of Telenomus podisi and Diceraeus melacanthus
  182. High temperature tolerance in a novel, high-quality Phaseolus vulgaris breeding line is due to maintenance of pollen viability and successful germination on the stigma
  183. A commentary on key methodological developments related to nutritional life cycle assessment (nLCA) generated throughout a 6-year strategic scientific programme
  184. Impact of zinc and iron agronomic biofortification on grain mineral concentration of finger millet varieties as affected by location and slope
  185. A linearization for stable and fast geographically weighted Poisson regression
  186. Sources, Composition, and Export of Particulate Organic Matter Across British Estuaries
  187. Human health effects of recycling and reusing food sector consumer plastics - A systematic review and meta-analysis of life cycle assessments
  188. The availability and geographic location of open-source food composition data used to estimate micronutrient intakes in sub-Saharan Africa: A scoping review
  189. Feeding the world sustainably: efficient nitrogen use
  190. SOC sequestration affected by fertilization in rice-based cropping systems over the last four decades
  191. Avoiding the Easy Route - Young people's socio-spatial experience of the outdoors in the absence of digital technology
  192. Predicting intercrop competition, facilitation, and productivity from simple functional traits
  193. Earlier collapse of Anthropocene ecosystems driven by multiple faster and noisier drivers
  194. Soil organic carbon fractions in response to soil, environmental and agronomic factors under cover cropping systems: A global meta-analysis
  195. Promoting dietary changes for achieving health and sustainability targets
  196. Aerobiology of the Wheat Blast Pathogen - Inoculum Monitoring and Detection of Fungicide Resistance Alleles
  197. Agrochemicals interact - synergistically to increase bee mortality - addendum
  198. Livestock heat stress risk in response to the extreme heat event (heatwave) of July 2022 in the UK
  199. Design of Agricultural Field Experiments Accounting for both Complex Blocking Structures and Network Effects
  200. Banker Plant Bonuses? The Benefits and Risks of Including Brassicas in Field Margins to Promote Conservation Biocontrol of Specialist Pests in Oilseed Rape
  201. The application of machine learning to air pollution research: A bibliometric analysis
  202. Predicting Long-Term Effects of Alternative Management Practices in Conventional and Organic Agricultural Systems on Soil Carbon Stocks Using the DayCent Model
  203. What do macroinvertebrate indices measure? Stressor-specific stream macroinvertebrate indices can be confounded by other stressors
  204. Source Apportionment of Atmospheric Ammonia at 16 Sites in China Using a Bayesian Isotope Mixing Model Based on δ15N–NHx Signatures
  205. Status and opportunities for improvement in greenhouse gas emission inventories for the cattle production in Latin America and the Caribbean region: A perspective
  206. Soil carbon dioxide (CO2) fluxes in permanent upslope pasture and downslope riparian buffers with varying vegetation
  207. Comparison of lipid profiles in the faeces of beef cattle fed three common temperate grass silage diets and their relevance to dietary composition
  208. Temporal population structure of rubber tree powdery mildew pathogen Erysiphe quercicola in Hainan, China.
  209. Nitrogen uptake and remobilization from pre‑ and post‑anthesis stages contribute towards grain yield and grain protein concentration in wheat grown in limited nitrogen conditions
  210. Using proximal sensing parameters linked to the photosynthetic capacity to assess the nutritional status and yield potential in quinoa
  211. Urban malaria may be spreading via the wind—here’s why that’s important.
  212. Towards a better future for biodiversity and people - modelling Nature Futures
  213. Long-term trends in yield variance of temperate managed grassland
  214. PHOSPHORUS-STARVATION TOLERANCE 1 (OsPSTOL1) is prevalent in upland rice and enhances root growth and hastens low phosphate signaling in wheat
  215. A modified Agrobacterium-mediated transformation for two oomycete pathogens
  216. Explainable neural networks for trait-based multispecies distribution modelling—A case study with butterflies and moths
  217. A conceptual framework for understanding ecosystem trade-offs and synergies, in communal rangeland systems
  218. On correlation between canopy vegetation and growth indexes of maize varieties with different nitrogen efficiencies
  219. Manure amendment acts as a recommended fertilization for improving carbon sequestration efficiency in soils of typical drylands of China
  220. Novel and holistic approaches are required to realise allelopathic potential for weed management
  221. Targeted and untargeted metabolomics for the evaluation of plant metabolites in response to the environment - editorial
  222. A chromosome-scale genome assembly of the pollen beetle, Brassicogethes, provides insight into cytochrome P450-mediated pyrethroid resistance
  223. Professor Charles Percival Whittingham (1922–2011) Obituary
  224. Long‐term trends in migrating Brassicogethes aeneus in the UK
  225. Inhibition of Rice Germination by Ustiloxin A Involves Alteration in Carbon Metabolism and Amino Acid Utilization
  226. Separating N2O production and consumption in intact agricultural soil cores at different moisture contents and depths
  227. Measured and modeled nitrogen balances in lowland rice-pasture rotations in temperate South America
  228. Ectopic expression of pigeonpea Orf147 gene imparts partial sterility in Cicer arietinum
  229. Is sorghum a promising summer catch crop for reducing nitrate accumulation and enhancing eggplant yield in intensive greenhouse vegetable systems?
  230. Uncovering plant epigenetics - new insights into cytosine methylation in rye genomes
  231. Hydro-chemical responses at different scales in a rural catchment, UK, and implications for managing the unintended consequences of agriculture
  232. Investigating the effect of seismicity on spatial sediment sources and loads using the fingerprinting approach
  233. Fungal plant pathogen "mutagenomics" reveals tagged and untagged mutations in Zymoseptoria tritici and identifies SSK2 as key morphogenesis and stress-responsive virulence factor
  234. Spectral soil analysis for fertilizer recommendations by coupling with QUEFTS for maize in East Africa: A sensitivity analysis
  235. Evaluation of pedotransfer functions to estimate some of soil hydraulic characteristics in North Africa A case study from Morocco
  236. Impact of Contrasting Poultry Exposures on Human, Poultry, and Wastewater Antibiotic Resistomes in Bangladesh
  237. Post-farming land restoration schemes exhibit higher soil aggregate stability and organic carbon: Evidence in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area, China
  238. Uncertainty assessment of spatial soil information
  239. Genetic and Agronomic Control of Free Asparagine Accumulation in Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  240. Necrotrophic fungal infection affects indolic glucosinolate metabolism in Brassica rapa
  241. To own or not to own? Land tenure security and production risk in small-scale farming
  242. Changes in soil surface properties under simulated rainfall and the effect of surface roughness on runoff, infiltration and soil loss
  243. Use of untargeted metabolomics to analyse changes in extractable soil organic matter in response to long-term fertilisation
  244. The effect of shear-dependent flocculation on the multimodality of effective particle size distributions in a gravel-bed river during high flows
  245. Quantification of N and C cycling during aerobic composting, including automated direct measurement of N-2, N2O, NO, NH3, CO2 and CH4 emissions
  246. Climate change effects on northern Spanish grassland-based dairy livestock systems
  247. Changing patterns of the East Asian monsoon drive shifts in migration and abundance of a globally important rice pest
  248. A sublethal concentration of Sulfoxaflor has minimal impact on buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) locomotor behaviour under aversive conditioning
  249. A VEL3 histone deacetylase complex establishes a maternal epigenetic state controlling progeny seed dormancy
  250. Crop-specific ammonia volatilization rates and key influencing factors in the upland of China - A data synthesis
  251. Sequestering organic carbon in soils through land use change and agricultural practices: a review
  252. Residual correlation and ensemble modelling to improve crop and grassland models
  253. Effector-mediated partial and nonhost disease resistance in wheat
  254. Greenhouse gas production, diffusion and consumption in a soil profile under maize and wheat production
  255. Automated extraction of pod phenotype data from micro-computed tomograph
  256. Tackling functional redundancy of Arabidopsis fatty acid elongase complexes
  257. Comparative Compositions of Grain of Bread Wheat, Emmer and Spelt Grown with Different Levels of Nitrogen Fertilisation
  258. Floral enhancement of arable field margins increases moth abundance and diversity
  259. Using the colour of recent overbank sediment deposits in two large catchments to determine sediment sources for targeting mitigation of catchment-specific management issues
  260. Impacts of measured soil hydraulic conductivity on the space-time simulations of water and nitrogen cycling
  261. Using a multi-lens framework for landscape decisions
  262. The value of volunteer surveillance for the early detection of biological invaders
  263. Modification of plant cell walls with hydroxycinnamic acids by BAHD acyltransferases
  264. Grand challenges in entomology - Priorities for action in the coming decades
  265. Gap-filling carbon dioxide, water, energy, and methane fluxes in challenging ecosystems - Comparing between methods, drivers, and gap-lengths
  266. Mitigation of nitrous oxide emissions in grazing systems through nitrifcation inhibitors: a meta‑analysis
  267. Use of a submersible spectrophotometer probe to fingerprint spatial suspended sediment sources at catchment scale
  268. Modelling the factors affecting the spatiotemporal distribution of cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) larvae in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in the UK
  269. Climate change challenges, plant science solutions
  270. Nutritional and tissue-specific regulation of cytochrome P450 CYP711A MAX1 homologues and strigolactone biosynthesis in wheat
  271. Evidence of collaborative opportunities to ensure long-term sustainability in African farming
  272. Effect of different organic amendments on actual and achievable yields in a cereal-based cropping system
  273. L-DOPA functions as a plant pheromone for belowground anti-herbivory communication
  274. Amendment with controlled release urea increases leaf morpho-physiological traits, grain yield and NUE in a double-cropping rice system in southern China
  275. Regional differences in nitrogen balance and nitrogen use efficiency in the rice–livestock system of Uruguay
  276. Towards stability of food production and farm income in a variable climate
  277. Model Ensembles of Ecosystem Services Fill Global Certainty and Capacity Gaps
  278. The complete genome assemblies of 19 insect pests of worldwide importance to agriculture
  279. Comments on the exact solutions of Mathieu's equation by D. J. Daniel (2020)
  280. Field assessment of genome edited, low asparagine wheat: Europe's first CRISPR wheat field trial.
  281. Challenging claimed benefits of soil carbon sequestration for mitigating climate change and increasing crop yields: heresy or sober realism?
  282. Stochasticity may generate coherent motion in bird flocks
  283. Swarm formation as backward diffusion
  284. Performance and enteric methane emissions from housed beef cattle fed silage produced on pastures with different forage profiles
  285. The uptake of selenium by perennial ryegrass in soils of different organic matter contents receiving sheep excreta
  286. Combined pangenomics and transcriptomics reveals core and redundant virulence processes in a rapidly evolving fungal plant pathogen
  287. Functions of macronutrients
  288. Modelling changes in soil structure caused by livestock treading
  289. MIBiG 3.0: a community-driven effort to annotate experimentally validated biosynthetic gene clusters
  290. Genetic enhancement of Trichoderma asperellum biocontrol potentials and carbendazim tolerance for chickpea dry root rot disease management
  291. Water chemistry of combined surface and subsurface runoff from the North Wyke Farm Platform, with hydrologically isolated catchments sown with different pasture types.
  292. Temporal measurement of penetrometer resistance for 20 grassland sites on 4 contrasting soil types in South-West England
  293. Movement of micro- and macronutrients from sheep excreta to grass and leachate via soil
  294. GWmodelS A software for geographically weighted models
  295. Uncovering drivers of community-level house price dynamics through multiscale geographically weighted regression: A case study of Wuhan, China
  296. Genetic diversity and population structure analysis of barley landraces from Shanghai region using genotyping-by-sequencing
  297. Response of soil health indicators to dung, urine and mineral fertilizer application in temperate pastures
  298. Accounting for environmental variation in the free asparagine content of wheat grain
  299. A chromatographic and immunoprofiling approach to optimising workflows for extraction of gluten proteins from flour
  300. Indirect Evidence Based on Mating-Type Ratios for the Role of Sexual Reproduction in European and Chinese Populations of Plenodomus biglobosus (Blackleg of Oilseed Rape)
  301. Engineering plant-based feedstocks for sustainable aquaculture
  302. Reducing dietary acrylamide exposure from wheat products through crop management and imaging
  303. Spaces between insects in laboratory swarms move like insects in natural swarms
  304. Genetic variation of Amaranthus retroflexus L. and Chenopodium album L. (Amaranthaceae) suggests multiple independent introductions into Iran
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