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Edwards D, Cherns L, Raven JA.  2015.  Could land-based early photosynthesizing ecosystems have bioengineered the planet in mid-Palaeozoic times? Palaeontology. 58:803-837.
Slee B, Hopkins J, Vellinga N.  2015.  Could the creative class be a factor in Scottish rural development? Scottish Affairs. 24:207-226.
Ewert F, Rotter RP, Bindi M, Webber H, Trnka M, Kersebaum KC, Olesen JE, Van Ittersum MK, Janssen S, Rivington M et al..  2015.  Crop modelling for integrated assessment of risk to food production from climate change. Environmental Modelling and Software. 72:287-303.
Bowler DE, Haase P, Kroncke I, Tackenberg O, Bauer HG, Brendel C, Brooker RW, Gerisch M, Henle K, Hickler T et al..  2015.  A cross-taxon analysis of the impact of climate change on abundance trends in central Europe. Biological Conservation. 187:41-50.
Hurst CH, Hemsley PA.  2015.  Current perspective on protein S-acylation in plants: more than just a fatty anchor? Journal of Experimental Botany. 66:1599-1606.
Zagata L, Sutherland LA.  2015.  Deconstructing the 'young farmer problem in Europe': towards a research agenda. Journal of Rural Studies. 38:39-51.
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.
Toberman H, Tipping EW, Boyle JF, Helliwell RC, Lilly A, Henrys PA.  2015.  Dependence of ombrotrophic peat nitrogen on phosphorus and climate. Biogeochemistry. 125:11-20.
Wilson D, Dixon SD, Artz RRE, Smith TEL, Evans CD, Owen HJF, Archer E, Renou-Wilson F.  2015.  Derivation of greenhouse gas emission factors for peatlands managed for extraction in the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. Biogeosciences. 12:5291-5308.
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.
Homayoun M, Jalalian A, Besalatpour AA, Basirat A, Aalders IH.  2015.  Determining relationships between soil properties and plant distribution in a protected area in central Iran. Maejo International Journal of Science and Technology. 9:136-146.
Powell J, Karunaratne S, Campbell CD, Yao HY, Robinson L, Singh BK.  2015.  Deterministic processes vary during community assembly for ecologically dissimilar taxa. Nature Communications. 6
Malolepszy A, Urbanski DF, James EK, Sandal N, Isono E, Stougaard J, Andersen SU.  2015.  The deubiquitinating enzyme AMSH1 is required for rhizobial infection and nodule organogenesis in Lotus japonicus. The Plant Journal. 83:719-731.
Mackay EB, Wilkinson ME, Macleod CJA, Beven K, Percy BJ, Macklin MG, Quinn PF, Stutter MI, Haygarth PM.  2015.  Digital catchment observatories: a platform for engagement and knowledge exchange between catchment scientists, policy makers, and local communities. Water Resources Research. 51:4815-4822.
Destefanis M, Nagy I, Rigney B, Bryan GJ, McLean K, Hein I, Griffin D, Milbourne D.  2015.  A disease resistance locus on potato and tomato chromosome 4 exhibits a conserved multipartite structure displaying different rates of evolution in different lineages. BMC Plant Biology. 15
Michalet R, Brooker RW, Lortie CJ, Pugnaire FI.  2015.  Disentangling direct and indirect effects of a legume shrub on its understorey community. Oikos. 124:1251-1262.
Reavy B, Swanson MM, Cock PJA, Dawson LA, Freitag TE, Singh BK, Torrance L, Mushegain AR, Taliansky M.  2015.  Distinct circular single-stranded DNA viruses exist in different soil types. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 81:3934-3945.
Thornton B, Martin G, Procee M, Miller DR, Coull MC, Yao HY, Chapman SJ, Hudson G, Midwood AJ.  2015.  Distributions of carbon and nitrogen isotopes in Scotland's topsoil: a national-scale study. European Journal of Soil Science. 66:1002-1011.
Thomas D, Finan C, Newport MJ, Jones S.  2015.  DNA-entropy reveals a significant difference in complexity between housekeeping and tissue specific gene promoters. Computational Biology and Chemistry. 58:19-24.
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. 1:268-271.
Thomas WTB.  2015.  Drought-resistant cereals: impact on water sustainability and nutritional quality. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 74:191-197.
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.
Phimister E, Vera-Toscano E, Roberts D.  2015.  The dynamics of energy poverty: evidence from Spain. Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy. 4:153-166.
Holden NJ, Jackson RW, Schikora A.  2015.  Editorial on plants as alternative hosts for human and animal pathogens. Frontiers in Microbiology. 6
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.
Loades KW, Bengough AG, Bransby MF, Hallett PD.  2015.  Effect of root age on the biomechanics of seminal and nodal roots of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) in contrasting soil environments. Plant and Soil. 395:253-261.
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.
Phillips D, Jenkins G, Macaulay M, Nibau C, Wnetrzak J, Fallding D, Colas I, Oakey H, Waugh R, Ramsay L.  2015.  The effect of temperature on the male and female recombination landscape of barley. New Phytologist. 208:421-429.
Zhao G, Hoffmann H, van Bussel LGJ, Enders A, Specka X, Sosa C, Yeluripati JB, Tao FL, Constantin J, Raynal H et al..  2015.  Effect of weather data aggregation on regional crop simulation for different crops, production conditions, and response variables. Climate Research. 65:141-157.
Cerekovic N, Jarret D, Pagter M, Cullen DW, Morris JM, Hedley PE, Brennan R, Petersen KK.  2015.  The effects of drought stress on leaf gene expression during flowering in blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.). European Journal of Horticultural Science. 80:39-46.
Kikvidze Z, Brooker RW, Butterfield BJ, Callaway RM, Cavieres LA, Cook BJ, Lortie CJ, Michalet R, Pugnaire FI, Xiao S et al..  2015.  The effects of foundation species on community assembly: a global study on alpine cushion plant communities. Ecology. 96:2064-2069.
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.
Muller FLL, Chang KC, Lee CL, Chapman SJ.  2015.  Effects of temperature, rainfall and conifer felling practices on the surface water chemistry of northern peatlands. Biogeochemistry. 126:343-362.
Barzman M, Barberi P, Birch ANE, Boonekamp P, Dachbrodt-Saaydeh S, Graf B, Hommel B, Jensen JE, Kiss J, Kudsk P et al..  2015.  Eight principles of integrated pest management. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 35:1199-1215.
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.
Wylie CE, Shaw DJ, Fordyce FM, Lilly A, Pirie S, McGorum BC.  2015.  Equine grass sickness in Scotland: a case control study of environmental geochemical risk factors. Equine Veterinary Journal. Published online..
Sang N, Hagerhall C, Ode A.  2015.  The Euler character: a new type of visual landscape metric? Environment and Planning B. 42:110-132.
Brown SM, Klaffenbock M, Nevison IM, Lawrence AB.  2015.  Evidence for litter differences in play behaviour in pre-weaned pigs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 172:17-25.
Pourkheirandish M, Hensel G, Kilian B, Senthil N, Chen G, Sameri M, Azhaguvel P, Sakuma S, Dhanagond S, Sharma R et al..  2015.  Evolution of the seed dispersal system in barley. Cell. 162:527-539.
Schwerdt JG, MacKenzie K, Wright F, Oehme D, Wagner JM, Harvey AJ, Shirley NJ, Burton RA, Schreiber M, Halpin C et al..  2015.  Evolutionary dynamics of the cellulose synthase gene superfamily in grasses. Plant Physiology. 168:968-983.
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.
Balfour NJ, Gandy S, Ratnieks FLW.  2015.  Exploitative competition alters bee foraging and flower choice. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 69:1731-1738.
Farmer J, Currie M, Kenny A, Munoz SA.  2015.  An exploration of the longer-term impacts of community participation in rural health services design. Social Science and Medicine. 141:64-71.

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