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2014
Beesley L.  2014.  Environmental risks and futures. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 21, 1-2..
Danies G, Myers K, Mideros MF, Restrepo S, Martin FN, Cooke DEL, Smart CD, Ristaino JB, Seaman AJ, Gugino BK et al..  2014.  An ephemeral sexual population of Phytophthora infestans in the Northeastern United States and Canada. PLoS ONE. 9:e116354.
Whitelaw N, Bhattacharya S, Hoad G, Horgan GW, Hamilton M, Haggarty P.  2014.  Epigenetic status in the offspring of spontaneous and assisted conception. Human Reproduction. 29:1452-1458.
Wylie CE, Shaw DJ, Fordyce FM, Lilly A, McGorum BC.  2014.  Equine grass sickness in Scotland: A case-control study of signalment- and meteorology-related risk factors. Equine Veterinary Journal. 46:64-71.
Rossez Y, Holmes A, Lodberg-Pedersen H, Birse L, Marshall J, Willats WGT, Toth IK, Holden NJ.  2014.  Escherichia coli common pilus (ECP) targets arabinosyl residues in plant cell walls to mediate adhesion to fresh produce plants. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289:34349-34365.
Melo PC, Ramli AR.  2014.  Estimating fuel demand elasticities to evaluate CO2 emissions: Panel data evidence for the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. Transportation Research Part A; Policy and Practice. 67:30-46.
Nath M, Singh BP, Saxena VK.  2014.  Estimation of crossbreeding parameters for humoral response in broiler. Livestock Science. 170:8-15.
de Ruiter H, Kastner T, Nonhebel S.  2014.  European dietary patterns and their associated land use: Variation between and within countries. Food Policy. 44:158-166.
Fazey I, Bunse L, Msika J, Pinke M, Preedy K, Evely AC, Lambert E, Hastings E, Morris S, Reed MS.  2014.  Evaluating knowledge exchange in interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder research. Global Environmental Change - Human and Policy Dimensions. 25:204-220.
Iacob O, Rowan JS, Brown I, Ellis C.  2014.  Evaluating wider benefits of natural flood management strategies: an ecosystem-based adaptation perspective. Hydrology Research. 45:774-787.
Amar D, Frades I, Danek A, Goldberg T, Sharma SK, Hedley P, Proux-Wera E, Andreasson E, Shamir R, Tzfadia O et al..  2014.  Evaluation and integration of functional annotation pipelines for newly sequenced organisms: the potato genome as a test case. BMC Plant Biology. 14:329.
Perez-Barberia FJ, Duff EI, Brewer MJ, Guinness FE.  2014.  Evaluation of methods to age Scottish red deer: the balance between accuracy and practicality. Journal of Zoology. 294:180-189.
Albon S, Turner K.  2014.  Evolving a conceptual framework to explore the links between human wellbeing and the environment. Environmental Scientist. 23:9-14.
Frank ASK, Johnson CN, Potts JM, Fisher A, Lawes MJ, Woinarski JCZ, Tuft K, Radford IJ, Gordon IJ, Collis MA et al..  2014.  Experimental evidence that feral cats cause local extirpation of small mammals in Australia's tropical savannas. Journal of Applied Ecology. 51:1486-1493.
Villar N, Cornulier T, Evans D, Pakeman RJ, Redpath S, Lambin X.  2014.  Experimental evidence that livestock grazing intensity affects cyclic vole population regulation processes. Population Ecology. 56:55-61.
Fischer A, Naiman LC, Lowassa A, Randall D, Rentsch D.  2014.  Explanatory factors for household involvement in illegal bushmeat hunting around Serengeti, Tanzania. Journal for Nature Conservation. 22:491-496.
de Cisneros JPJ, Stear MJ, Mair C, Singleton D, Stefan T, Stear A, Marion G, Matthews L.  2014.  An explicit immunogenetic model of gastrointestinal nematode infection in sheep. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11:ArrticleNo.20140416..
Bizikova L, Nijnik M, Nijnik, M.; Mather A.  2014.  Exploring institutional changes in agriculture to inform adaptation planning to climate change in transition countries. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. Published online..
Powell C, Hughes AD, Kelly MS, Conner S, McDougall GJ.  2014.  Extraction and identification of antioxidant polyhydroxynaphthoquinone pigments from the sea urchin, Psammechinus miliaris. LWT - Food Science and Technology. 59:455-460.
Bagousse-Pinguet LY, Xiao S, Brooker RW, Gross N, Liancourt P, Straile D, Michalet R.  2014.  Facilitation displaces hotspots of diversity and allows communities to persist in heavily stressed and disturbed environments. Journal of Vegetation Science.. 25:66-76.
Cavieres LA, Brooker RW, Butterfield BJ, Cook BJ, Kikvidze Z, Lortie CJ, Michalet R, Pugnaire FI, Schoeb C, Xiao S et al..  2014.  Facilitative plant interactions and climate simultaneously drive alpine plant diversity. Ecology Letters. 17:193-202.
Naik L, Gebreegziabher Z, Tumwesige V, Balana BB, Mwirigi J, Austin G.  2014.  Factors determining the stability and productivity of small scale anaerobic digesters. Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:51-57.
Forsberg NEG, Russell J, Macaulay M, Leino MW, Hagenblad J.  2014.  Farmers without borders - genetic structuring in century old barley (Hordeum vulgare). Heredity. 114:195-206.
Eves-van den Akker S, Lilley CJ, Ault JR, Ashcroft AE, Jones JT, Urwin PE.  2014.  The feeding tube of cyst nematodes: characterisation of protein exclusion. PLoS ONE. 9:e87289.
George TS, Hawes C, Newton AC, McKenzie BM, Hallett PD, Valentine TA.  2014.  Field phenotyping and long-term platforms to characterise how crop genotypes interact with soil processes and the environment. Agronomy. 4:242-278.
Wishart J, George TS, Brown LK, White PJ, Ramsay G, Jones HG, Gregory PJ.  2014.  Field phenotyping of potato to assess root and shoot characteristics associated with drought tolerance. Plant and Soil. 378:351-363.
Anderson IC, Genney DR, Alexander IJ.  2014.  Fine-scale diversity and distribution of ectomycorrhizal fungal mycelium in a Scots pine forest. New Phytologist. 201:1423-1430.
Gilhespy S, Anthony S, Cardenas L, Chadwick D, del Prado A, Li C, Middelbrook T, Rees RM, Salas W, Sanz-Cobena A et al..  2014.  First 20 years of DNDC: model evolution. Ecological Modelling. 292:51-62.
Rossez Y, Holmes A, Wolfson WB, Gally DL, Mahjan A, Pedersen HL, Willats WGT, Toth IK, Holden N.  2014.  Flagella interact with ionic plant lipids to mediate adherence of pathogenic Escherichia coli to fresh produce plants. Environmental Microbiology. 16:2181-2195.
Asman AKM, Vetukuri RR, Jahan SN, Fogelqvist J, Corcoran P, Avrova AO, Whisson SC, Dixelius C.  2014.  Fragmentation of tRNA in Phytophthora infestans asexual life cycle stages and during host plant infection. BMC Microbiology. 14
Wilkinson ME, Quinn PF, Barber NJ, Jonczyk J.  2014.  A framework for managing runoff and pollution in the rural landscape using a Catchment Systems Engineering approach. Science of the Total Environment. 468-469:1245-1254.
Glenk K, Schaafsma M, Moxey A, Martin-Ortega J, Hanley N.  2014.  A framework for valuing spatially targeted peatland restoration. Ecosystem Services. 9:20-33.
Matthews RB, van Noordwijk M.  2014.  From euphoria to reality on efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+). Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 19:615-620.
Pakeman RJ.  2014.  Functional trait metrics are sensitive to the completeness of the species' trait data? Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 5:9-15.
Zheng X, McLellan H, Fraiture M, Liu X, Boevink PC, Gilroy EM, Chen Y, Kandel K, Sessa G, Birch PRJ et al..  2014.  Functionally redundant RXLR effectors from Phytophthora infestans act at different steps to suppress early flg22-triggered immunity. PLoS Pathogens. 10:e1004057.
Rhee YJ, Hillier S, Pendlowski H, Gadd GM.  2014.  Fungal transformation of metallic lead to pyromorphite in liquid medium. Chemosphere. 113:17-21.
Brodie J, Williamson CJ, Smale DA, Kamenos NA, Mieszkowska N, Santos R, Cunliffe M, Steinke M, Yesson C, Anderson KM et al..  2014.  The future of the northeast Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2 world. Ecology and Evolution. 4:2787-2798.
Sutherland LA, Holstead K.  2014.  Future-proofing the farm: On-farm wind turbine development in farm business decision-making. Land Use Policy. 36:102-112.
Speed JDM, Austrheim G, Hester AJ, Meisingset E, Mysterud A, Tremblay J, Oien A, Solberg E.  2014.  General and specific responses of understory vegetation to cervic herbivory across a range of boreal forests. Oikos.. 123:1270-1280.
Graham J, Hackett CA, Smith K, Karley A, Mitchell C, Roberts H, O'Neill T.  2014.  Genetic and environmental regulation of plant architectural traits and opportunities for pest and disease control in raspberry. Annals of Applied Biology. 165:318-328.
Gosney BJ, Oreilly-Wapstra JM, Forster LG, Barbour RC, Iason GR, Potts BM.  2014.  Genetic and ontogenetic variation in an endangered tree structures dependent arthropod and fungal communities. PLoS ONE. 9:e114132.
Russell J, van Zonneveld M, Dawson IK, Booth A, Waugh R, Steffenson B.  2014.  Genetic diversity and ecological niche modelling of wild barley: refugia, large-scale post-LGM range expansion and limited mid-future climate threats? PLoS ONE. 9:e86021.
Looseley ME, Keith R, Guy D, Barral-Baron G, Thirugnanasambandam A, Harrap D, Werner P, Newton AC.  2014.  Genetic mapping of resistance to Rhynchosporium commune and characterisation of early infection in a winter barley mapping population. Euphytica. Published online.
Graham NS, Hammond JP, Lysenko A, Mayes S, O'Lochlainn S, Blasco B, Bowen HC, Rawlings CJ, Rios JJ, Welham S et al..  2014.  Genetical and comparative genomics of Brassica under altered Ca supply identifies Arabidopsis Ca-transporter orthologs. The Plant Cell. 26:2818-2830.
Cotton JA, Lilley CJ, Jones LM, Kikuchi T, Reid AJ, Thorpe P, Tsai IJ, Beasley H, Blok VC, Cock PJA et al..  2014.  The genome and life-stage specific transcriptomes of Globodera pallida elucidate key aspects of plant parasitism by a cyst nematode. Genome Biology. 15
Houston K, Russell J, Schreiber M, Halpin C, Oakey H, Washington JM, Booth A, Shirley N, Burton RA, Fincher GB et al..  2014.  A genome wide association scan for (1,3;1,4)-beta-glucan content in the grain of contemporary 2-row Spring and Winter barleys. BMC Genomics. 15
Ho T, Cardle L, Xu X, Bayer M, Prince SJ, Mutava RN, Marshall DF, Syed NH.  2014.  Genome-Tagged Amplification (GTA): a PCR-based method to prepare sample-tagged amplicons from hundreds of individuals for next generation sequencing. Molecular Breeding. 34:977-988.
Campbell R, Pont SDA, Morris JA, McKenzie G, Sharma SK, Hedley PE, Ramsay G, Bryan GJ, Taylor MA.  2014.  Genome-wide QTL and bulked transcriptomic analysis reveals new candidate genes for the control of tuber carotenoid content in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 127:1917-1933.

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