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Farmer JG, Graham MC, Eades LJ, Lilly A, Bacon JR.  2015.  Influences upon the lead isotopic composition of organic and mineral horizons in soil profiles from the National Soil Inventory of Scotland (2007-09). Science of the Total Environment. 544:730-743.
Balana BB, Jackson-Blake L, Martin-Ortega J, Dunn SM.  2015.  Integrated cost-effectiveness analysis of agri-environmental measures for water quality. Journal of Environmental Management. 161:163-172.
Lee AM, Bjorkvoll EM, Hansen BB, Albon SD, Stien A, Saether BE, Engen S, Veiberg V, Loe LE, Grotan V.  2015.  An integrated population model for a long-lived ungulate: more efficient data use with Bayesian methods. Oikos. 124:806-816.
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.
Millins C, Magierecka A, Gilbert L, Edoff A, Brereton A, Kilbride E, Denwood M, Birtles R, Biek R.  2015.  An invasive mammal (the gray squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis) commonly hosts diverse and atypical genotypes of the zoonotic pathogen Borrelia burgdorferi Sensu Lato. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 81:4236-4245.
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. 19:75-85.
Morris JL, Leake JR, Stein WE, Berry CM, Marshall JEA, Wellman CH, Milton JA, Hillier S, Mannolini F, Quirk J et al..  2015.  Investigating Devonian trees as geo-engineers of past climates: linking palaeosols to palaeobotany and experimental geobiology. Palaeontology. 58:787-801.
Ribeiro A, Golicz A, Hackett CA, Milne I, Stephen G, Marshall D, Flavell AJ, Bayer M.  2015.  An investigation of causes of false positive single nucleotide polymorphisms using simulated reads from a small eukaryotic genome. BMC Bioinformatics. 16
Stutter MI, Shand CA, George TS, Blackwell MSA, Dixon L, Bol R, Mackay RL, Richardson AE, Condron LM, Haygarth PM.  2015.  Land use and soil factors affecting accumulation of phosphorus species in temperate soils. Geoderma. 257:29-39.
Moore EK, Britton AJ, Iason GR, Pemberton JM, Pakeman RJ.  2015.  Landscape-scale vegetation patterns influence small-scale grazing impacts. Biological Conservation. 192:218-225.
Yu P, Li XX, White PJ, Li CJ.  2015.  A large and deep root system underlies high nitrogen-use efficiency in maize production. PLoS ONE. 10:e0126293.
Doull L, Wattegedera SR, Longbottom D, Mwangi D, Nath M, Glass EJ, Entrican G.  2015.  Late production of CXCL8 in ruminant oro-nasal turbinate cells in response to Chlamydia abortus infection. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 168:97-102.
Zgadzaj R, James EK, Kelly S, Kawaharada Y, de Jonge N, Jensen DB, Madsen LH, Radutoiu S.  2015.  A legume genetic framework controls infection of nodules by symbiotic and endophytic bacteria. PLoS Genetics. 11:e1005280.
Crittenden PD, Scrimgeour CM, Minnullina G, Sutton MA, Tang YS, Theobald MR.  2015.  Lichen response to ammonia deposition defines the footprint of a penguin rookery. Biogeochemistry. 122:295-311.
Hopkins J, Warburton J.  2015.  Local perception of infrequent, extreme upland flash flooding: prisoners of experience? Disasters. 39:546-569.
Jurado NV, Tanner AE, Blevins SR, McNair HM, Mayes RW, Lewis RM.  2015.  Long-chain alcohols did not improve predictions of the composition of tall fescue and red clover mixtures over n-alkanes alone. Grass and Forage Science. 70:499-506.
Brown JWS, Simpson C, Marquez Y, Gadd GM, Barta A, Kalyna M.  2015.  Lost in translation: pitfalls in deciphering plant alternative splicing transcripts. The Plant Cell. 27:2083-2087.
Rutgers M, Orgiazzi A, Gardi C, Rombke J, Jansch S, Keith AM, Neilson R, Boag B, Schmidt O, Murchie AK et al..  2015.  Mapping earthworm communities in Europe. Applied Soil Ecology. 97:98-111.
Aitkenhead MJ, Coull MC.  2015.  Mapping soil carbon stocks across Scotland using a neural network model. Geoderma. 262:187-188.
Hancock RD, Hogenhout S, Foyer CH.  2015.  Mechanisms of plant-insect interaction Preface. Journal of Experimental Botany. 66:421-424.
Driver T, Bajhaiya AK, Allwood JW, Goodacre R, Pittman JK, Dean AP.  2015.  Metabolic responses of eukaryotic microalgae to environmental stress limit the ability of FT-IR spectroscopy for species identification. Algal Research- Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts. 11:148-155.
Bohn T, McDougall GJ, Alegria A, Alminger M, Arrigoni E, Aura AM, Brito C, Cilla A, El SN, Karakaya S et al..  2015.  Mind the gap-deficits in our knowledge of aspects impacting the bioavailability of phytochemicals and their metabolites - a position paper focusing on carotenoids and polyphenols. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 59:1307-1323.
Chamen WCT, Moxey AP, Towers W, Balana BB, Hallett PD.  2015.  Mitigating arable soil compaction: A review and analysis of available cost and benefit data. Soil and Tillage Research. 146:10-25.
Vanga BR, Ramakrishnan P, Butler RC, Toth IK, Ronson CW, Jacobs JME, Pitman AR.  2015.  Mobilization of horizontally acquired island 2 is induced in planta in the phytopathogen Pectobacterium atrosepticumSCRI1043 and involves the putative relaxase ECA0613 and quorum sensing. Environmental Microbiology. 17:4730-4744.
McLellan CR, Worton BJ, Deasy W, Birch ANE.  2015.  Modelling larval movement data from individual bioassays. Biometrical Journal. 57:485-501.
Kettle H, Louis P, Holtrop G, Duncan SH, Flint HJ.  2015.  Modelling the emergent dynamics and major metabolites of the human colonic microbiota. Environmental Microbiology. 17:1615-1630.
Shepherd LVT, Hackett CA, Alexander CA, McNicol JW, Sungurtas JA, Stewart D, McCue K, Belknap WR, Davies HV.  2015.  Modifying glycoalkaloid content in transgenic potato - Metabolome impacts. Food Chemistry. 187:437-443.
Prigigallo MI, Mosca S, Cacciola SO, Cooke DEL, Schena L.  2015.  Molecular analysis of Phytophthora diversity in nursery-grown ornamental and fruit plants. Plant Pathology. 64:1308-1319.
Wells B, Shaw H, Innocent G, Guido S, Hotchkiss E, Parigi M, Opsteegh M, Green J, Gillespie S, Innes EA et al..  2015.  Molecular detection of Toxoplasma gondii in water samples from Scotland and a comparison between the 529bp real-time PCR and ITS1 nested PCR. Water Research. 87:175-181.
Flemsaeter F, Setten G, Brown KM.  2015.  Morality, mobility and citizenship: Legitimising mobile subjectivities in a contested outdoors. Geoforum. 64:342-350.
Novo P, Dumont A, Willaarts B, Lopez-Gunn E.  2015.  More cash and jobs per illegal drop? The legal and illegal water footprint of the Western Mancha Aquifer (Spain) Environmental Science and Policy. 51:256-266.
Viger M, Hancock RD, Miglietta F, Taylor G.  2015.  More plant growth but less plant defence? First global gene expression data for plants grown in soil amended with biochar Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 7:658-672.
Macadam CR, Stockan JA.  2015.  More than just fish food: ecosystem services provided by freshwater insects. Ecological Entomology. 40:113-124.
Amar D, Frades I, Diels T, Zaltzman D, Ghatan N, Hedley PE, Alexandersson E, Tzfadia O, Shamir R.  2015.  The MORPH-R web server and software tool for predicting missing genes in biological pathways. Physiologia Plantarum. 155:12-20.
Marselle MR, Irvine KN, Lorenzo-Arribas A, Warber SL.  2015.  Moving beyond green: Exploring the relationship of environment type and indicators of perceived environmental quality on emotional well-being following group walks. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 12:106-130.
Martre P, Wallach D, Asseng S, Ewert F, Jones JW, Rotter RP, Boote KJ, Ruane AC, Thorburn PJ, Cammarano D et al..  2015.  Multimodel ensembles of wheat growth: many models are better than one. Global Change Biology. 21:911-925.
Cock PJA, Chilton JM, Gruning B, Johnson JE, Soranzo N.  2015.  NCBI BLASTplus integrated into Galaxy. Technical note. GigaScience. 4
van der Wal R, Fischer A, Selge S, Larson B.  2015.  Neither the public nor experts judge species primarily on their origins. Environmental Conservation. 42:349-355.
Hu J, Wu JH, Ma MJ, Nielsen UN, Wang J, Du GZ.  2015.  Nematode communities response to long-term grazing disturbance on Tibetan plateau. European Journal of Soil Biology. 69:24-32.
Sanhueza M, Chai A, Smith C, McCray BA, Simpson TI, Taylor JP, Pennetta G.  2015.  Network analyses reveal novel aspects of ALS pathogenesis. PLoS Genetics. 11:e1005107.
Lu YW, McGavin W, Cock PJA, Schnettler E, Yan F, Chen JP, MacFarlane SA.  2015.  Newly identified RNAs of raspberry leaf blotch virus encoding a related group of proteins. Journal of General Virology. 96:3432-3439.
Comadira G, Rasool B, Karpinska B, Morris J, Verrall SR, Hedley PE, Foyer CH, Hancock RD.  2015.  Nitrogen deficiency in barley (Hordeum vulgare) seedlings induces molecular and metabolic adjustments that trigger aphid resistance. Journal of Experimental Botany.. 66:3639-3655.
Motion GB, Amaro TMMM, Kulagina N, Huitema E.  2015.  Nuclear processes associated with plant immunity and pathogen susceptibility. Briefings in Functional Genomics. 14:243-252.
Duthie SJ, Beattie JH, Gordon MJ, Pirie LP, Nicol F, Reid MD, Duncan GJ, Cantlay L, Horgan G, McNeil CJ.  2015.  Nutritional B vitamin deficiency alters the expression of key proteins associated with vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation and migration in the aorta of atherosclerotic apolipoprotein E null mice. Genes and Nutrition. 10
Gontikaki E, Thornton B, Cornulier T, Witte U.  2015.  Occurrence of priming in the degradation of lignocellulose in marine sediments. PLoS ONE. 10:e0143917.

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