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Yeluripati JB, del Prado A, Sanz-Cobena A, Rees R, Li C, Chadwick D, Tilston E, Topp CFE, Cardenas L, Ingraham P et al..  2015.  Global Research Alliance Modelling Platform (GRAMP): An open web platform for modelling greenhouse gas emissions from agro-ecosystems. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 111:112-120.
Giordano M, Palmucci M, Raven JA.  2015.  Growth rate hypothesis and efficiency of protein synthesis under different sulphate concentrations in two green algae. Plant Cell and Environment. 38:2313-2317.
Raven JA.  2015.  Harry Smith, FRS: co-founding editor and first Chief Editor of Plant, Cell and Environment. Plant, Cell and Environment. 38:1453-1454.
Li X, Yeluripati J, Jones EO, Uchida Y, Hatano R.  2015.  Hierarchical Bayesian calibration of nitrous oxide (N2O) and nitrogen monoxide (NO) flux module of an agro-ecosystem model: ECOSSE. Ecological Modelling. 316:14-27.
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.
Nijnik M.  2015.  Highly regarded Ukrainian forester passes away. Forestry Chronicle. 91:119.
Mladkova P, Mladek J, Hejduk S, Hejcman M, Cruz P, Jouany C, Pakeman RJ.  2015.  High-nature-value grasslands have the capacity to cope with nutrient impoverishment induced by mowing and livestock grazing. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52:1073-1081.
Dallimer M, Davies ZG, Diaz-Porras DF, Irvine KN, Maltby L, Warren PH, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ.  2015.  Historical influences on the current provision of multiple ecosystem services. Global Environmental Change - Human and Policy Dimensions. 31:307-317.
Axelsson EP, Iason GR, Julkunen-Tiitto R, Whitham TG.  2015.  Host genetics and environment drive divergent responses of two resource sharing gall-formers on Norway spruce: a common garden analysis. PLoS ONE. 10:e0142257.
Wang XD, Boevink P, McLellan H, Armstrong M, Bukharova T, Qin ZW, Birch PRJ.  2015.  A host KH RNA-binding protein is a susceptibility factor targeted by an RXLR effector to promote late blight disease. Molecular Plant. 8:1385-1395.
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.
Main CE, Ruhl HA, Jones DOB, Yool A, Thornton B, Mayor DJ.  2015.  Hydrocarbon contamination affects deep-sea benthic oxygen uptake and microbial community composition. Deep Sea Research Part 1 - Oceanographic Research Papers. 100:79-87.
Bartley K, Wright HW, Huntley JF, Manson EDT, Inglis NF, McLean K, Nath M, Bartley Y, Nisbet AJ.  2015.  Identification and evaluation of vaccine candidate antigens from the poultry red mite (Dermanyssus gallinae). International Journal for Parasitology, 45, 819-830..
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.
Brown I, Berry P, Everard M, Firbank L, Harrison P, Lundy L, Quine C, Rowan J, Wade R, Watts K.  2015.  Identifying robust response options to manage environmental change using an Ecosystem Approach II: a stress-testing case study for the UK. Environmental Science and Policy. 52:74-88.
Lu YL, Song S, Wang RS, Liu ZY, Meng J, Sweetman AJ, Jenkins A, Ferrier RC, Li H, Luo W et al..  2015.  Impacts of soil and water pollution on food safety and health risks in China. Environment International. 77:5-15.
Shepherd LVT, Alexander CJ, Hackett CA, McRae D, Sungurtas JA, Verrall SR, Morris JA, Hedley PE, Rockhold D, Belknap W et al..  2015.  Impacts on the metabolome of down-regulating polyphenol oxidase in potato tubers. Transgenic Research. 24:447-461.
Raven JA.  2015.  Implications of mutation of organelle genomes for organelle function and evolution. Journal of Experimental Botany. 66:5639-5650.
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, Dekker T, Sardonini L, Andreu J, Kontogianni A, Skourtos M, Raggi M, Viaggi D, Pulido-Velazquez M 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. 59:458-478.
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.
Lau MSY, Cowling BJ, Cook AR, Riley S.  2015.  Inferring influenza dynamics and control in households. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 112:9094-9099.
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.
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.

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