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Huang Y, Long X, Chapman SJ, Yao HY.  2015.  Acidophilic denitrifiers dominate the N2O production in a 100-year-old tea orchard soil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22:4173-4182.
Prager K.  2015.  Agri-environmental collaboratives for landscape management in Europe. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 12:59-66.
Harding AE, Rivington M, Mineter MJ, Tett SFB.  2015.  Agro-meteorological indices and climate model uncertainty over the UK. Climatic Change. 128:113-126.
Shin KH, Yang SH, Lee JY, Lim CW, Lee SC, Brown JWS, Kim SH.  2015.  Alternative splicing of mini-exons in the Arabidopsis leaf rust receptor-like kinase LRK10 genes affects subcellular localisation. Plant Cell Reports. 34:495-505.
Sarkies P, Selkirk ME, Jones JT, Blok VC, Boothby T, Goldstein B, Hanelt B, Ardila-Garcia A, Fast NM, Schiffer PM et al..  2015.  Ancient and novel small RNA pathways compensate for the loss of piRNAs in multiple independent nematode lineages. PLoS Biology. 13:e1002061.
Ramezanian A, Dahlin AS, Campbell CD, Hillier S, Oborn I.  2015.  Assessing biogas digestate, pot ale, wood ash and rockdust as soil amendments: effects on soil chemistry and microbial community composition. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B: Soil and Plant Science.
Rossez Y, Wolfson EB, Holmes A, Gally DL, Holden NJ.  2015.  Bacterial flagella: twist and stick, or dodge across the Kingdoms. PLoS Pathogens.. 11:e1004483.
Evans DM, Altwegg R, Garner TWJ, Gompper ME, Gordon IJ, Johnson JA, Pettorelli N.  2015.  Biodiversity offsetting: what are the challenges, opportunities and research priorities for animal conservation? Animal Conservation. 18:1-3.
Wiesel L, Dubchak S, Turnau K, Broadley MR, White PJ.  2015.  Caesium inhibits the colonization of Medicago truncatula by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 141, 57-61.. 141:57-61.
Quin S, Artz RRE, Coupar AM, Woodin SJ.  2015.  Calluna vulgaris-dominated upland heathland sequesters more CO2 annually than grass-dominated upland heathland. Science of the Total Environment.. 505:740-747.
Duckett D, Wynne B, Christley RM, Heathwaite AL, Mort M, Austin Z, Wastling JM, Latham SM, Alcock R, Haygarth P.  2015.  Can policy be risk-based? The cultural theory of risk and the case of livestock disease containment Sociologia Ruralis. Published online.
Evans DM, Villar N, Littlewood NA, Pakeman RJ, Evans SA, Dennis P, Skartveit J, Redpath SM.  2015.  The cascading impacts of livestock grazing in upland ecosystems: a 10 year experiment. Ecosphere. 6:ArticleNo.42..
Jones HG, Gordon SL, Brennan RM.  2015.  Chilling requirement of Ribes cultivars. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5
Chapman JA, Mascher M, Buluc A, Barry K, Georganas E, Session A, Strnadova V, Jenkins J, Seghal S, Oliker L et al..  2015.  Chromosome-scale assembly of the hexaploid wheat genome from whole genome shotgun sequencing. Genome Biology. 16
Speed JDM, Martinsen V, Hester AJ, Holand O, Mulder MJA, Austrheim G.  2015.  Continuous and discontinuous variation in ecosystem carbon stocks with elevation across a treeline ecotone. Biogeosciences. 12:1615-1627.
Richards S, Paterson E, Withers PJA, Stutter MI.  2015.  The contribution of household chemicals to environmental discharges via effluents: Combining chemical and behavioural data. Journal of Environmental Management. 150:427-434.
Slee B, Hopkins J, Vellinga N.  2015.  Could the creative class be a factor in Scottish rural development? Scottish Affairs. 24:207-226.
Bellocchi G, Rivington M, Matthews K, Acutis M.  2015.  Deliberative processes for comprehensive evaluation of agroecological models. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 35:589-605.
Wiesel L, Daniell TJ, King D, Neilson R.  2015.  Determination of the optimal soil sample size to accurately characterise nematode communities in soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 80:89-91.
Tian D, Asseng S, Martinez CJ, Misra V, Cammarano D, Ortiz B.  2015.  Does decadal climate variation influence Wheat and Maize production in the southeast USA? Agricultural Forest Meteorology. 204:1-9.
Machell J, Prior K, Allan R, Andersen JM.  2015.  Drinking water purity - A UK perspective. Environmental Science: Water Research and Technology. Published online..
Sessin-Dilascio K, Prager K, Irvine KN, de Almeida Sinisgalli PA.  2015.  The dynamics of co-management and social capital in protected area management - The Cardoso Island State Park in Brazil. World Development. 67:475-489.
Deng WN, Hallett PD, Jeng DS, Squire GR, Toorop PE, Iannetta PPM.  2015.  The effect of natural seed coatings of Capsella bursa-pastoris L. Medik. (shepherd's purse) on soil-water retention, stability and hydraulic conductivity. Plant and Soil. 387:167-176.
Wang J, Chapman SJ, Yao H.  2015.  The effect of storage on microbial activity and community structure of drained and flooded paddy soils. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 15:880-889.
Fang SB, Cammarano D, Zhou GS, Tan KY, Ren SX.  2015.  Effects of increased day and night temperature with supplemental infrared heating on winter wheat growth in North China. European Journal of Agronomy. 64:67-77.
Raven JA, Ralph PJ.  2015.  Enhanced biofuel production using optimality, pathway modification and waste minimization. Journal of Applied Phycology. 27:1-31.
Moynihan EL, Richards KG, Brennan FP, Tyrrel SF, Ritz K.  2015.  Enteropathogen survival in soil from different land-uses is predominantly regulated by microbial community composition. Applied Soil Ecology. 89:76-84.
Parkinson N, Pritchard L, Bryant R, Toth IK, Elphinstone J.  2015.  Epidemiology of Dickeya dianthicola and Dickeya solani in ornamental hosts and potato studied using variable number tandem repeat analysis. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 141:63-70.
Calixto CPG, Waugh R, Brown JWS.  2015.  Evolutionary relationships among barley and Arabidopsis core circadian clock and clock-associated genes. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 80:108-119.
Polhill JG.  2015.  Extracting OWL ontologies from agent-based models: a netlogo extension. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 18:15.
Brierley JL, Hilton AJ, Wales SJ, Peters JC, Gladders PP, Bradshaw NJ, Lees AK.  2015.  Factors affecting the development and control of black dot on potato tubers. Plant Pathology. 64:167-177.
Skelsey P, Newton AC.  2015.  Future environmental and geographic risks of Fusarium head blight of wheat in Scotland. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 142:133-147.
Li X, Ishikura W, Wang CY, Yeluripati JB, Hatano R.  2015.  Hierarchical Bayesian model approach for estimating soil CO2 flux: a case study in central Hokkaido, Japan. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 61:116-132.
Prager K, Nienaber B, Neumann B, Phillips A.  2015.  How should rural policy be evaluated if it aims to foster community involvement in environmental management? Journal of Rural Studies. 37:120-1`31.
Jackson-Blake LA, Dunn SM, Helliwell RC, Skeffington RA, Stutter MI, Wade AJ.  2015.  How well can we model stream phosphorus concentrations in agricultural catchments? Environmental Modelling and Software. 64:31-46.
Ma L, Bartholome A, Tong MH, Qin ZW, Yu Y, Shepherd T, Kyeremeh K, Deng H, O'Hagan D.  2015.  Identification of a fluorometabolite from Streptomyces sp MA37: (2R3S4S)-5-fluoro-2,3,4-trihydroxypentanoic acid. Chemical Science. 6:1414-1419.
Hemsley PA.  2015.  The importance of lipid modified proteins in plants. New Phytologist. 205:476-489.
Brooker RW, Bennett AE, Cong WF, Daniell TJ, George TS, Hallett PD, Hawes C, Iannetta PPM, Jones HG, Karley AJ et al..  2015.  Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology. New Phytologist. 206:107-117.
Brouwer R, Martin-Ortega J, Degger T, Raggi M, Sardonini L, Viaggi D, Pulido-Velazquez M, Andreu J, Kontogianni A, Mahleras A et al..  2015.  Improving value transfer through socio-economic adjustments in a multicountry choice experiment of water conservation alternatives. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Published online..
Drake AJ, O'Shaughnessy PJ, Bhattacharya S, Monteiro A, Kerrigan D, Goetz S, Raab A, Rhind SM, Sinclair KD, Meharg AA et al..  2015.  In utero exposure to cigarette chemicals induces sex-specific disruption of one-carbon metabolism and DNA methylation in the human fetal liver. BMC Medicine. 13
Glenk K, Martin-Ortega J, Pulido-Velazquez M, Potts J.  2015.  Inferring attribute non-attendance from discrete experiments: implications for benefit transfer. Environmental and Resource Economics. 60:497-520.
Perez-Barberia J, Ramsay SL, Hooper RJ, Perez-Fernandez E, Robertson AHJ, Aldezabal A, Goddard P, Gordon IJ.  2015.  The influence of habitat on body size and tooth wear in Scottish red deer (Cervus elaphus). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 93:61-70.
Perez-Barberia J, Ramsay SL, Hooper RJ, Perez-Fernandez E, Robertson AHJ, Aldezabal A, Goddard P, Gordon IJ.  2015.  The influence of habitat on body size and tooth wear in Scottish red deer (Cervus elaphus). (Corrigendum: vol 93, pg 61, 2015). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 93:249.
Johnson D, Gilbert L.  2015.  Interplant signalling through hyphal networks. New Phytologist. 205:1448-1453.
Schoeb C, Kerle S, Karley AJ, Morcillo L, Pakeman RJ, Newton AC, Brooker RW.  2015.  Intraspecific genetic diversity and composition modify species-level diversity-productivity relationships. New Phytologist. 205:720-730.
Littlewood NA, Nau BS, Pozsgai G, Stockan JA, Stubbs A, Young MR.  2015.  Invertebrate species at risk from ash dieback in the UK. Journal of Insect Conservation Insect Conservation and Diversity. 19:75-85.
Hopkins J, Warburton J.  2015.  Local perception of infrequent, extreme upland flash flooding - prisoners of experience? Disasters. Published online.

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