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2014
Tomczynska I, Stefanczyk E, Chmielarz M, Karasiewicz B, Kaminski P, Jones JDG, Lees AK, Sliwka J.  2014.  A locus conferring effective late blight resistance in potato cultivar Sarpo Mira maps to chromosome XI. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 127:647-657.
Bardou F, Ariel F, Simpson CG, Romero-Barrios N, Laporte P, Balzergue S, Brown JWS, Crespi M.  2014.  Long noncoding RNA modulates alternative splicing regulators in Arabidopsis. Developmental Cell. 30:166-176.
Zhang ZL, Leith C, Rhind SM, Ker C, Osprey M, Kyle C, Coull MC, Thomson C, Green G, Maderova L et al..  2014.  Long term temporal and spatial changes in the distribution of polychlorinated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers in Scottish soils. Science of the Total Environment. 468-469:158-164.
Littlewood NA, Greenwood S, Quin S, L.O. Pakeman RJ, Woodin SJ.  2014.  Long-term trends in restored moorland vegetation assemblages. Community Ecology.. 15:104-112.
Zakharova A, Midwood AJ, Hunt JE, Graham SL, Artz RRE, Turnbull MH, Whitehead D, Millard P.  2014.  Loss of labile carbon following soil disturbance determinded by measurement of respired d¹³CO. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 68:125-132.
Singh BK, Quince C, Macdonald CA, Khachane A, Thomas N, Abu Al-Soud W, Sorensen SJ, He ZL, White D, Sinclair A et al..  2014.  Loss of microbial diversity in soils is coincident with reductions in some specialized functions. Environmental Microbiology. 16:2408-2420.
Speed JDM, Meisingset EL, Austrheim G, Hester AJ, Mysterud A, Tremblay J, Solberg EJ.  2014.  Low intensities of red deer browing constrain rowan growth in mature boreal forests of western Norway. Ecoscience. 20:311-318.
Sulpice R, Ishihara H, Schlereth A, Cawthray GR, Encke B, Giavalisco P, Ivakov A, Arrivault S, Jost R, Krohn N et al..  2014.  Low levels of ribosomal RNA partly account for the very high photosynthetic phosphorus-use efficiency of Proteaceae species. Plant Cell and Environment. 37:1276-1298.
Baker K, Bayer M, Cook N, Dreizig S, Dhillon T, Russell J, Hedley PE, Morris J, Ramsay L, Colas I et al..  2014.  The low recombining pericentromeric region of barley restricts gene diversity and evolution but not gene expression. The Plant Journal. 79:981-992.
Thomson K, Vellinga N, Slee B, Ibiyemi A.  2014.  Mapping socio-economic performance in rural Scotland. Scottish Geographical Journal. 130:1-21.
Spezia L, Cooksley SL, Brewer MJ, Donnelly D, Tree A.  2014.  Mapping species distributions in one dimension by non homogeneous hidden Markov models: freshwater pearl mussels in the River Dee. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. 21:487-505.
Stubbs RJ, O'Reilly LM, Whybrow S, Fuller Z, Johnstone AM, Livingstone MBE, Ritz P, Horgan GW.  2014.  Measuring the difference between actual and reported food intakes in the context of energy balance under laboratory conditions. British Journal of Nutrition. 111:2032-2043.
Rataj K, Simpson GG.  2014.  Message ends: RNA Processing and flowering time control. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:353-363.
Sweetman C, Sadras VO, Hancock RD, Soole KL, Ford CM.  2014.  Metabolic effects of elevated temperature on organic acid degradation in ripening Vitis vinifera fruit. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:5975-5988.
Buccianti A, Nisi B, Martin-Fernandez JA, Palarea-Albaladejo J.  2014.  Methods to investigate the geochemistry of groundwaters with values for nitrogen compounds below the detection limit. Journal of Geochemical Exploration. 141:78-88.
Chen X, Daniell TJ, Neilson R, O'Flaherty V, Griffiths BS.  2014.  Microbial and microfaunal communities in phosphorus limited, grazed grassland change composition but maintain homeostatic nutrient stoichiometry. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 75:94-101.
Sun B, Roberts DM, Dennis PG, Caul S, Daniell TJ, Hallett PD, Hopkins DW.  2014.  Microbial properties and nitrogen contents of arable soils under different tillage regimes. Soil Use and Management. 30:152-159.
Snell HSK, Robinson D, Midwood AJ.  2014.  Minimising methodological biases to improve the accuracy of partitioning soil respiration using natural abundance 13C. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 28:2341-2351.
Collins AL, Stutter MI, Kronvang B.  2014.  Mitigating diffuse pollution from agriculture: International approaches and experience. Science of the Total Environment. 468-469:1173-1177.
Senapati N, Hulugalle NR, Smith P, Wilson BR, Yeluripati JB, Daniel H, Ghosh S, Lockwood P.  2014.  Modelling soil organic carbon storage with RothC in irrigated Vertisols under cotton cropping systems in the sub-tropics. Soil and Tillage Research. 143:38-49.
Spezia L, Cooksley SL, Brewer MJ, Donnelly D, Tree A.  2014.  Modelling species abundance in a river by Negative Binomial hidden Markov models. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. 71:599-614.
Helliwell RC, Aherne J, Nisbet TR, MacDougall G, Broadmeadow S, Sample J, Jackson-Blake L, Doughty R.  2014.  Modelling the long-term response of stream water chemistry to forestry in Galloway, Southwest Scotland. Ecological Indicators. 37:396-411.
Gamado KM, Streftaris G, Zachary S.  2014.  Modelling under-reporting in epidemics. Journal of Mathematical Biology. 69:737-765.
Viger M, Hancock RD, Miglietta F, Taylor G.  2014.  More plant growth but less plant defence? First global gene expression data for plants grown in soil amended with biochar Global Change Biology Bioenergy. Published online.
Chmielewska B, Janiak A, Karcz J, Guzy-Wrobelska J, Forster BP, Nawrot M, Rusek A, Smyda P, Kedziorski P, Maluszynski M et al..  2014.  Morphological, genetic and molecular characteristics of barley root hair mutants. Journal of Applied Genetics. 55:433-447.
Rodriguez PA, Stam R, Warbroek T, Bos JIB.  2014.  Mp10 and Mp42 from the aphid species Myzus persicae trigger plant defenses in Nicotiana benthamiana through different activities. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. 27:30-39.
Lisboa FJG, Peres-Neto PR, Chaer GM, Jesus EC, Mitchell RJ, Chapman SJ, Berbara RLL.  2014.  Much beyond Mantel: bringing Procrustes Association metric to the plant and soil ecologist's toolbox. PLoS ONE. 9:e101238.
van Noordwijk M, Matthews RB, Agus F, Farmer J, Verchot L, Hergoualc'h K, Persch S, Tata HL, Khasanah NM, Widayati A et al..  2014.  Mud, muddle and models in the knowledge value-chain to action on tropical peatland conservation. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 19:887-905.
Waylen KA, Hastings E, Banks E, Holstead KL, Irvine RJ, Blackstock KL.  2014.  The need to disentangle key concepts from Ecosystem Approach jargon. Conservation Biology. 28:1215-1224.
Sanchez-Baracaldo P, Ridgwell A, Raven JA.  2014.  A neoproterozoic transition in the marine nitrogen cycle. Current Biology. 24:652-657.
Aitkenhead MJ, Rhind SM, Zhang ZL, Kyle CE, Coull MC.  2014.  Neural network integration of field observations for soil endocrine disruptor characterisation. Science of the Total Environment. 468-469:240-248.
Lau MSY, Marion G, Streftaris G, Gibson GJ.  2014.  New model diagnostics for spatio-temporal systems in epidemiology and ecology. Journal of The Royal Society Interface. 11:ArticleNo.20131093..
Beale CM, Brewer MJ, Lennon JJ.  2014.  A new statistical framework for the quantification of covariate associations with species distributions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 5:421-432.
Giordano M, Raven JA.  2014.  Nitrogen and sulfur assimilation in plants and algae. Aquatic Botany. 118:45-61.
Pai B, Siripornmongcolchai T, Berentsen B, Pakzad A, Vieuille C, Pallesen S, Pajak M, Simpson TI, Armstrong JD, Wibrand K et al..  2014.  NMDA receptor-dependent regulation of miRNA expression and association with Argonaute during LTP in vivo. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 7
Craig T, Polhill JG, Dent I, Galan-Diaz C, Heslop S.  2014.  The North East Scotland Energy Monitoring Project: Exploring relationships between household occupants and energy usage. Energy and Buildings. 75:493-503.
Holmes A, Birse L, Jackson RW, Holden NJ.  2014.  An optimised method for the extraction of bacterial mRNA from plant roots infected with Escherichia coli O157:H7. Frontiers in Microbiology Research. 5
Orskov ER, Anchang KY, Subedi M, Smith J.  2014.  Overview of holistic application of biogas for small scale farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa. Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:4-16.
Michael G, Bahri-Esfahani J, Li QW, Rhee YJ, Wei Z, Fomina M, Liang XJ.  2014.  Oxalate production by fungi: significance in geomycology, biodeterioration and bioremediation. Fungal Biology Reviews. 28:36-55.
Michalet R, Schoeb C, Lortie CJ, Brooker RW, Callaway RM.  2014.  Partitioning net interactions among plants along altitudinal gradients to study community responses to climate change. Functional Ecology. 28:75-86.
Helliwell RC, Aherne J, MacDougall G, Nisbet TR, Lawson D, Cosby BJ, Evans CD.  2014.  Past acidification and recovery of surface waters, soils and ecology in the United Kingdom: Prospects for the future under current deposition and land use protocols. Ecological Indicators. 37:381-395.
Kettle H, Donnelly R, Flint HJ, Marion G.  2014.  pH feedback and phenotypic diversity within bacterial functional groups of the human gut. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 342:62-69.
Pantidos N, Boath A, Lund V, Conner S, McDougall GJ.  2014.  Phenolic-rich extracts from the edible seaweed, Ascophyllum nodosum, inhibit alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase: Potential anti-hyperglycemic effects. Journal of Functional Foods. 10:201-209.
Yu P, White PJ, Hochholdinger F, Li CJ.  2014.  Phenotypic plasticity of the maize root system in response to heterogeneous nitrogen availability. Planta. 240:667-678.
Burra DD, Berkowitz O, Hedley PE, Morris J, Resjo S, Levander F, Liljeroth E, Andreasson E, Alexandersson E.  2014.  Phosphite-induced changes of the transcriptome and secretome in Solanum tuberosum leading to resistance against Phytophthora infestans. BMC Plant Biology. 14
Brown SP, Mead AJ, Forgan DH, Raven JA, Cockell CS.  2014.  Photosynthetic potential of planets in 3:2 spin-orbit resonances. International Journal of Astrobiology.
McMinn D, Oreskovic NM, Aitkenhead MJ, Johnston DW, Murtagh S, Rowe DA.  2014.  The physical environment and health-enhancing activity during the school commute: global positioning system, geographical information systems and accelerometry. Geospatial Health. 8:569-572.
Hancock RD, Morris WL, Ducreux LJD, Morris JA, Usman M, Verrall SR, Fuller J, Simpson CG, Zhang R, Hedley PE et al..  2014.  Physiological, biochemical and molecular responses of the potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) plant to moderately elevated temperature. Plant Cell and Environment. 37:439-450.
Ginetti B, Moricca S, Squires JN, Cooke DEL, Ragazzi A, Jung T.  2014.  Phytophthora acerina sp. nov., a new species causing bleeding cankers and dieback of Acer pseudoplatanus trees in planted forests in northern Italy. Plant Pathology. 63:858-876.

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