2024

  1. Assessing the impacts of climate change on crop yields, soil organic carbon sequestration and N<sub>2</sub>O emissions in wheat-maize rotation systems.
  2. Grazing decreases net ecosystem carbon exchange by decreasing shrub and semi-shrub biomass in a desert steppe.
  3. Diversity and multifunctional potential for plant growth promotion in bacteria from soil and the rhizosphere
  4. The differential assimilation of nitrogen fertilizer compounds by soil microorganisms
  5. Development of inoculation methods for Pythium violae to evaluate resistance of carrot cultivars and efficacy of crop protection products for cavity spot control
  6. N losses from an andisol via gaseous N2O and N2 emissions increase with increasing ruminant urinary–N deposition rate
  7. Processed high resolution rainfall, flow rate, sediment and nitrate concentration data
  8. Spatial and temporal measurement of soil moisture and nitrogen in a pasture field
  9. The lowdown on breakdown: Open questions in plant proteolysis
  10. Genome-wide screening and characterization of phospholipase A (PLA)-like genes in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.).
  11. Iron Chelation in Soil - Scalable Biotechnology for Accelerating Carbon Dioxide Removal by Enhanced Rock Weathering
  12. A dataset of CMIP6-based climate scenarios for climate change impact assessment in Great Britain
  13. A Bayesian approach to analyzing long-term agricultural experiments
  14. Assessment of the pathogen genomics landscape highlights disparities and challenges for effective AMR Surveillance and outbreak response in the East African community
  15. Spatial Variation in the Integrated Assessment of Pasture Dynamics and Soil Health on the North Wyke Farm Platform
  16. Detecting the genetic variants associated with key culinary traits in Dioscorea alata
  17. Wheat, Bread, Gluten and Health - Where do we stand in 2024?
  18. Threeruns Carabid dataset
  19. Preface to VSI “Increasing the use of cereal grains as sources of protein”
  20. Maize grown for bioenergy on peat emits twice as much carbon as when grown on mineral soil
  21. Nitrous oxide and methane fluxes from plasma-treated pig slurry applied to winter wheat
  22. Using long-term experiments to assess statistical models for determining critical P fertilisation thresholds
  23. Future proofing a long-term agricultural experiment for decades to come - Relocation and redesign
  24. The most remarkable migrants - systematic analysis of the Western European insect flyway at a Pyrenean mountain pass
  25. Harnessing landrace diversity empowers wheat breeding
  26. Combined short-term and long-term emission controls improve air quality sustainably in China
  27. Using a multi-scale approach to examine the effects of field margins and landscape features on predatory carabid communities in crop fields
  28. Ammonium enrichment in livestock manure driven by ammonia-abatement practices can reduce nitrous oxide emissions
  29. Comparative sanitation data from high-frequency phone surveys across 3 countries.
  30. Philip Charles Brookes: 26th March 1951–28th September 2023 - Obituary
  31. A framework for evaluating the value of agricultural pest management decision support systems
  32. Assessing nutritional quality and gas production kinetics: incorporating Tithonia diversifolia into sugarcane silage
  33. A Decadal Change in Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition at a Rural Site in Southern China
  34. Long-term monitoring of pasture dry matter production across fields with different pasture types, as assessed by rising plate meter
  35. Challenges to Increasing Dietary Fiber in White Flour and Bread
  36. Application of the JULES-crop model and agrometeorological indicators for forecasting off-season maize yield in Brazil
  37. A fungal endophyte induces local cell-wall mediated resistance in wheat roots against take-all disease
  38. Evaluating cell grazing versus set stocking - impacts on farm productivity and environmental sustainability
  39. Phoma stem canker (blackleg) of oilseed rape (canola) and other Brassica crops
  40. Global wild rice germplasm resources conservation alliance: World Wild-Rice Wiring
  41. Frontier-Line Analysis
  42. Examining Agricultural Land Manager Willingness to Adopt Climate Change Mitigation in the UK
  43. Investigating the comparative effects of abattoir waste (ThalloTM) organomineral ferti-lizer and inorganic NPK fertilizer on wheat grain and ryegrass yields and their nutrient uptakes
  44. A hydro-thermo-damage-mechanical fully coupled cohesive phase-field model for fracking in quasi-brittle thermo-poroelastic media
  45. Stacked mutations in wheat homologues of rice SEMI-DWARF1 confer a novel semi-dwarf phenotype
  46. Massive seasonal high-altitude migrations of nocturnal insects above the agricultural plains of East China
  47. Stakeholder-driven transformative adaptation is needed for climate-smart nutrition security in sub-Saharan Africa - author correction
  48. Citizen attitudes towards present and future beef consumption before and after the COVID-19 pandemic
  49. GWmodelS: a standalone software to train geographically weighted models
  50. Quantifying farm sustainability through the lens of ecological theory
  51. UAV-based modelling of vegetation recovery under extreme habitat stresses in the water level fluctuation zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
  52. The International Commission on Continental Erosion (ICCE): a brief overview of its scientific focus and example outputs
  53. Potential for low-emissions oil palm production in Indonesia: insights from spatiotemporal dynamics
  54. Acute imidacloprid exposure alters mitochondrial function in bumblebee flight muscle and brain - Correction / Corrigendum
  55. Opportunities to improve goat production and food security in Botswana through forage nutrition and the use of supplemental feeds
  56. Simulation dataset of annual crop growth, GHG emission and SOC stock dynamics under current and projected climate conditions for major crops with current and reduced fertiliser inputs in Southwest, England
  57. The genotype of barley cultivars influences multiple aspects of their associated microbiota via differential root exudate secretion
  58. Exploration of data for analysis using boundary line methodology
  59. Evolution of Agricultural Extension in Zimbabwe - Emerging Technologies, Training Needs and Future Possibilities
  60. Comparison of the welfare of beef cattle in housed and grazing systems: hormones, health and behaviour
  61. Comparison of in-person qualitative behaviour assessment (QBA) and video qualitative behaviour assessments (V-QBA) of beef cattle
  62. Hydro-sedimentological drivers of fine sediment ingress in a gravel-bed river
  63. Projecting the Contribution of Provitamin A Maize Biofortification and Other Nutrition Interventions to the Nutritional Adequacy and Cost of Diets in Rural Zimbabwe
  64. The effect of nitrogen input on N2O emission depends on precipitation in a temperate desert steppe
  65. Effects of grazing and climate change on aboveground standing biomass and sheep live weight changes in the desert steppe in Inner Mongolia, China
  66. Optimizing fertilization strategies for a climate-resilient rice – wheat double cropping system
  67. Potential unintended consequences of agricultural land use change driven by dietary transitions
  68. Frontier-line analysis: a novel pedometric technique for estimating potential carbon sequestration
  69. The pore-rhizosheath shapes maize root architecture by enhancing root distribution in macropores
  70. Both yields of maize and soybean and soil carbon sequestration in typical Mollisols cropland decrease under future climate change SPACSYS simulation
  71. Swift manuscript dataset
  72. The trichothecene mycotoxin deoxynivalenol facilitates cell-to-cell invasion during wheat-tissue colonisation by Fusarium graminearum
  73. Can we increase the use of wheat and other cereals as sources of protein?
  74. Down-regulation of wheat Rubisco activase isoforms expression by virus-induced gene silencing
  75. European soybean to benefit people and the environment
  76. Co-inoculation timing affects the interspecific interactions between phoma stem canker pathogens Leptosphaeria maculans and Leptosphaeria biglobosa
  77. Quantifying the impact of Psylliodes chrysocephala injury on the productivity of oilseed rape
  78. BIG enhances Arg/N-degron pathway-mediated protein degradation to regulate Arabidopsis hypoxia responses and suberin deposition
  79. Data for: Agricultural intensification reduces selection of putative plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria in wheat
  80. Visits of housed cattle to GreenFeed units (2016-2023)
  81. Sugarcane cultivation as a major surface source of sediment in catchments from a coastal zone of Pernambuco, Brazil
  82. Long-term soil organic carbon and crop yield feedbacks differ between 16 soil-crop models in sub-Saharan Africa
  83. Controls on timescales of soil organic carbon persistence across sub-Saharan Africa
  84. What do we really understand about wheat gluten structure and functionality?
  85. Divergent behaviour of soil nutrients imprinted by different land management practices in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area, China
  86. SnRK1/TOR/T6P three musketeers guarding energy for root growth
  87. Integrated pest control in oilseed crops—new advances from the rapeseed research community
  88. The potato rhizosphere microbiota correlated to the yield of three different regions in Korea
  89. A warming climate will make Australian soil a net emitter of atmospheric CO2
  90. Macronutrient application rescues performance of tolerant sorghum genotypes when infected by the parasitic plant striga
  91. Unravelling the impact of soil types on zinc, iron, and selenium concentrations in grains and straw of wheat/Amblyopyrum muticum and wheat/Triticum urartu doubled haploid lines
  92. Limited complementarity of functional and taxonomic diversity in Chilean benthic marine invertebrates
  93. Preventing and Controlling Zinc Deficiency Across the Life Course: A Call to Action
  94. Feeling the Heat: Investigating the dual assault of Zymoseptoria tritici and Heat Stress on Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  95. Drought and heatwave affected the African eggplant differently when present in combination than individually
  96. Pathogen lifestyle determines host genetic signature of quantitative disease resistance loci in oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  97. Enriched soil amendments influenced soil fertility, herbage yield and bioactive principle of medicinal plant (Cassia angustifolia Vahl.) grown in two different soils
  98. Impacts of climate change on crop production and soil carbon stock in a continuous wheat cropping system in southeast England
  99. Seed storage prolamins
  100. Solvent Extraction of Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) Tubing to Capture Volatile Organic Compounds from the Headspace and the Rhizosphere
  101. An agrogeophysical modelling framework for the detection of soil compaction spatial variability due to grazing using field-scale electromagnetic induction data.
  102. Heat and salinity stress on the African eggplant F1 Djamba, a Kumba cultivar
  103. Characterisation of fatty acyl reductases of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) seed
  104. Brevibacterium EB3 inoculation enhances rhizobacterial community interactions leading to improved growth of Salicornia europaea
  105. MinION sequencing of fungi in Sub-Saharan African air, and a novel LAMP assay for rapid detection of the tropical phytopathogenic genus Lasiodiplodia
  106. Carbon footprint of mixed farming crop-livestock rotational-based grazing beef systems using long term experimental data
  107. The basic-reproduction number of infectious diseases in spatially structured host populations
  108. Genetic diversity and genome-wide association analysis of the hulled/naked trait in a barley collection from Shanghai Agricultural Gene Bank.
  109. The First Comprehensive Chemical Profiling of Vachellia gummifera (Willd.) Kyal. & Boatwr., a Plant with Medicinal Value
  110. Highlights in gibberellin research A tale of the dwarf and the slender
  111. Urine Se concentration poorly predicts plasma Se concentration at sub-district scales in Zimbabwe, limiting its value as a biomarker of population Se status
  112. Do Growers Using Solo Fungicides Affect the Durability of Disease Control of Growers Using Mixtures and Alternations? The Case of Spot-Form Net Blotch in Western Australia
  113. Differences in the nutritional quality of improved finger millet genotypes in Ethiopia
  114. Species richness of Orthoptera declines with elevation while elevational range of individual species peaks at mid elevation
  115. Key role of the ryanodine receptor I4790K mutation in mediating diamide resistance in Plutella xylostella
  116. Implications and impacts of aligning regional agriculture with a healthy diet
  117. Source fingerprinting sediment loss from sub-catchments and topographic zones using geochemical tracers and weathering indices
  118. The Concepts and quantification of yield gap using boundary lines. A review
  119. Stepwise model parametrisation using satellite imagery and hemispherical photography: Tuning AquaCrop sensitive parameters for improved winter wheat yield predictions in semi-arid regions
  120. How to switch on a master switch
  121. Swift sampling of farmland aerial invertebrates offers insights into foraging behaviour in an aerial insectivore
  122. Comparison of sediment biomarker signatures generated using time-integrated and discrete suspended sediment samples
  123. Farmland abandonment and vegetation succession mediate soil properties but are determined by the duration of conversion
  124. Effects of changes in climatic means, variability, and agro-technologies on future wheat and maize yields at 10 sites across the globe
  125. Soil Map of Rothamsted Estate
  126. Mapping the ratio of agricultural inputs to yields reveals areas with potentially less sustainable farming.
  127. Control of meiotic crossover interference by a proteolytic chaperone network
  128. Breeding for novel chemistry in willow: new hetero Diels-Alder cyclodimers based on arbusculoidin and salicortin suggest parallel biosynthetic pathways
  129. Identification and functional characterisation of a locus for target site integration in Fusarium graminearum
  130. Moderate grazing increased carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus storage in plants and soil in the Eurasian meadow steppe ecosystem
  131. Does simultaneous adoption of drought-tolerant maize varieties and organic fertiliser affect productivity and welfare outcomes? Evidence from rural Nigeria
  132. Sources of prey availability data alter interpretation of outputs from prey choice null networks
  133. Modeling sugarcane development and growth within ECOSMOS biophysical model
  134. Landscape perspectives for agroecological weed management. A review
  135. How much organic carbon could the soil store? The carbon sequestration potential of Australian soil
  136. Evaluating Effective Particle Size Distributions of Cohesive Sediment under Varying Shear Stress and Bed Configurations in a Rotating Annular Flume
  137. The sedimentology of gravel beds in groundwater-dominated chalk streams: Implications for sediment modelling and management
  138. Acting pre‑emptively reduces the long‑term costs of managing herbicide resistance
  139. The role of interspecific variability and herbicide pre-adaptation in the cinmethylin response of Alopecurus myosuroides
  140. The effects of soil compaction on wheat seedling root growth are specific to soil texture and soil moisture status
  141. A restatement of the natural science evidence base concerning grassland management, grazing livestock and soil carbon storage
  142. Concerted Transport and Phosphorylation of Diacylglycerol at ER-PM Contacts Sites Regulates Phospholipid Dynamics During Stress
  143. Linking soil erosion and sediment yield with landscape heterogeneity: Exploration using the lower Jinsha River Basin, China
  144. Stakeholder-driven transformative adaptation is needed for climate-smart nutrition security in sub-Saharan Africa
  145. Sucrose homeostasis: Mechanisms and opportunity in crop yield improvement
  146. Plant U-box E3 ligases PUB20 and PUB21 negatively regulate pattern-triggered immunity in Arabidopsis
  147. Genome assembly and transcriptomic analysis to elucidate the ability of Nasonovia ribisnigri to break host plant resistance
  148. Agricultural fertilisers contribute substantially to microplastic concentrations in UK soils
  149. Population Genetic Structure of the Rubber Tree Powdery Mildew Pathogen (Erysiphe quercicola) from China
  150. Impact of plastic mulching and residue return on maize yield and soil organic carbon storage in irrigated dryland areas under climate change
  151. The Broadbalk Wheat Experiment, Rothamsted, UK Crop yields and soil changes during the last 50 years
  152. RNA and protein biomarkers for detecting enhanced metabolic resistance to herbicides mesosulfuron-methyl and fenoxaprop-ethyl in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides)
  153. Why do we make changes to the long-term experiments at Rothamsted?
  154. 13C dicarboxylic acid signatures indicate temporal shifts in catchment sediment sources in response to extreme winter rainfall
  155. Spray-induced gene silencing as a potential tool to control rubber tree powdery mildew disease
  156. Feasibility of mitigation measures for agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. A systematic review
  157. The Functional Diversity of the High-Affinity Nitrate Transporter Gene Family in Hexaploid Wheat: Insights from Distinct Expression Profiles
  158. How aphids fly: take off, free flight and implications for short and long distance migration
  159. Soil erosion, sediment sources, connectivity and suspended sediment yields in UK temperate agricultural catchments Discrepancies and reconciliation of field-based measurements
  160. Evolution of decreased sensitivity to azole fungicides in western European populations of Plenodomus lingam (cause of Phoma leaf spot / stem canker on oilseed rape)
  161. Impacts of reduced synthetic fertiliser use under current and future climates Exploration using integrated agroecosystem modelling in the upper River Taw observatory, UK
  162. The mechanisms behind the contrasting responses to waterlogging in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) and wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  163. Current status of community resources and priorities for weed genomics research
  164. universal_grass_peps
  165. Beneficial beetles: the good guys
  166. Novel pheromone-mediated reproductive behaviour in the stag beetle, Lucanus cervus
  167. Comparison of direct and indirect soil organic carbon prediction at farm field scale
  168. The potential for use of haematological and anti-IgE humoral responses as phenotypic markers for tick resistance in cattle
  169. Two randomized crossover multicenter studies investigating gastrointestinal symptoms after bread consumption in individuals with noncoeliac wheat sensitivity: do wheat species and fermentation type matter?
  170. Dynamics of pollen beetle (Brassicogethes aeneus) immigration and colonization of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in Europe
  171. Quantifying the impacts of management and herbicide resistance on regional plant population dynamics in the face of missing data
  172. Solvent extraction of PDMS tubing as a new method for the capture of volatile organic compounds from headspace
  173. 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
  174. Low asparagine wheat - Europe’s first field trial of genome edited wheat amid rapidly changing regulations on acrylamide in food and genome editing of crops
  175. Mehlich 3 as an indicator of grain nutrient concentration for five crops in sub-Saharan Africa
  176. Companion plants and straw mulch reduce cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) damage on oilseed rape
  177. Long‐term trends in migrating Brassicogethes aeneus in the UK
  178. Relative efficiency of methods to estimate cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) larval infestation in oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  179. Modelling the factors affecting the spatiotemporal distribution of cabbage stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala) larvae in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in the UK
  180. Effective control of Leptosphaeria maculans increases importance of L. biglobosa as a cause of phoma stem canker epidemics on oilseed rape
  181. Effect of Additional Herbage Areas on Grazing Dairy Cows in Commercial Herds Using Global Positioning and Long-Range Wide Area Network: A Case Study to Assess Changes in Herbage Intake and Milk Yield