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Hindle MM, Martin SF, Noordally ZB, van Ooijen G, Barrios-Llerena ME, Simpson TI, Le Bihan T, Millar AJ.  2014.  The reduced kinome of Ostreococcus tauri: core eukaryotic signalling components in a tractable model species. BMC Genomics. 15:640.
Matthews RB, van Noordwijk M.  2014.  Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD+): Lessons learnt in Indonesia, Vietnam, Cameroon and Peru. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 19
Cognat C, Shepherd T, Verrall SR, Stewart D.  2014.  Relationship between volative profile and sensory development of an oat based biscuit. Food Chemistry. 160:72-81.
Pedersen S, Andreassen HP, Keith DA, Skarpe C, Dickman CR, Gordon IJ, Crowther MS, McArthur C.  2014.  Relationships between native small mammals and native and introduced large herbivores. Austral Ecology. 39:236-243.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, van der Wal R, Woodin SJ.  2014.  The relative importance of nitrogen deposition as a driver of Racomitrium heath species composition and richness across Europe. Biological Conservation. 171:224-231.
Jones HG.  2014.  Remote sensing of plant stresses and its use in irrigation management. Acta Horticulturae. 1038:239-247.
Bradford MA, Wood SA, Bardgett RD, Black HIJ, Bonkowski M, Eggers T, Grayston SJ, Kandeler E, Manning P, Setala H et al..  2014.  Reply to Byrnes et al.: Aggregation can obscure understanding of ecosystem multifunctionality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111:E5491-E5491.
Ghimire SK, Jones G.  2014.  Restoration of a gauging weir to aid fish passage. Journal of Hydro-Environment Research. 8:43-49.
Quin SLO, Artz RRE, Coupar AM, Littlewood NA, Woodin SJ.  2014.  Restoration of upland heath from a graminoid- to a Calluna vulgaris-dominated community provides a carbon benefit. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 185:133-143.
Benskin CMH, Roberts WM, Wang Y, Haygarth PM.  2014.  Review of the annual phosphorus loss estimator tool-a new model for estimating phosphorus losses at the field scale. Soil Use and Management. 30:337-341.
Saunders MJ, Kansiime F, Jones MB.  2014.  Reviewing the carbon cycle dynamics and carbon sequestration potential of Cyperus papyrus L. wetlands in tropical Africa. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 22:143-155.
Smith HM, Blackstock KL, Wall G, Jeffrey P.  2014.  River basin management, development planning, and opportunities for debate around limits to growth. Journal of Hydrology. 519:2624-2631.
Stam R, Mantelin S, McLellan H, Thilliez G.  2014.  The role of effectors in non host resistance to filamentous plant pathogens. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5
Mitra A, Flynn KJ, Burkholder JM, Berge T, Calbet A, Raven JA, Graneli E, Glibert PM, Hansen PJ, Stoecker DK et al..  2014.  The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump. Biogeosciences. 11:995-1005.
Field C, Dise NB, Payne RJ, Britton AJ, Emmett BA, Helliwell RC, Hughes S, Jones L, Lees S, Leake JR et al..  2014.  The role of nitrogen deposition in widespread plant community change across semi-natural habitats. Ecosystems. 17:864-877.
Haling RE, Brown LK, Bengough AG, Valentine TA, White PJ, Young IM, George TS.  2014.  Root hair length and rhizosheath mass depend on soil porosity, strength and water content in barley genotypes. Planta. 239:643-651.
Smith SW, Woodin SJ, Pakeman RJ, Johnson D, van der Wal R.  2014.  Root traits predict decomposition across a landscape-scale grazing experiment. New Phytologist. 2013:851-862.
Skelsey P, Newton AC.  2014.  Scale-dependent assessment of relative disease resistance to plant pathogens. Agronomy. 4:178-190.
Adu MO, Chatot A, Wiesel L, Bennett MJ, Broadley MR, White PJ, Dupuy LX.  2014.  A scanner system for high-resolution quantification of variation in root growth dynamics of Brassica rapa genotypes. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:2039-2048.
Brown I, Castellazzi M.  2014.  Scenario analysis for regional decision-making on sustainable multifunctional land uses. Regional Environmental Change. 14:1357-1371.
Ball BC, Griffiths BS, Topp CFE, Wheatley R, Walker RL, Rees RM, Watson CA, Gordon H, Hallett PD, McKenzie BM et al..  2014.  Seasonal nitrous oxide emissions in field soils under soil management of reduced tillage, compost application or organic farming. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 189:17-180.
Foereid B, Ward DS, Mahowald N, Paterson E, Lehmann J.  2014.  The sensitivity of carbon turnover in the Community Land Model to modified assumptions about soil processes. Earth Systems Dynamics. 5:211-221.
Randall E, Young V, Sierotzki H, Scalliet G, Birch PRJ, Cooke DEL, Csukai M, Whisson SC.  2014.  Sequence diversity in the large subunit of RNA polymerase I contributes to Mefenoxam insensitivity in Phytophthora infestans. Molecular Plant Pathology. 15:664-676.
Ariyadasa R, Mascher M, Nussbaumer T, Schulte D, Frenkel Z, Poursarebani N, Zhou RN, Steuernagel B, Gundlach H, Taudien S et al..  2014.  A sequence-ready physical map of barley anchored genetically by two million single-nucleotide polymorphisms. Plant Physiology. 164:412-423.
Raczynska KD, Stepien A, Kierzkowski D, Kalak M, Bajczyk M, McNicol J, Simpson CG, Szweykowska-Kulinska Z, Brown JWS, Jarmolowski A.  2014.  The SERRATE protein is involved in alternative splicing in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nucleic Acids Research. 42:1224-1244.
Zhang Z, Lefebvre T, Kerr C, Osprey M.  2014.  Simultaneous extraction and determination of various pesticides in environmental waters. Journal of Separation Science. 37:3699-3705.
Werner GDA, Cornwell WK, Sprent JI, Kattge J, Kiers ET.  2014.  A single evolutionary innovation drives the deep evolution of symbiotic N-2-fixation in angiosperms. Nature Communications. 5
Mwirigi J, Balana BB, Mugisha J, Walekhwa P, Melamu R, Nakami S, Makenzi P.  2014.  Socio-economic hurdles to widespread adoption of small-scale biogas digesters in Sub-Saharan Africa : a review. Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:17-25.
White PJ, Crawford J, Alvarez MCD, Moreno RG.  2014.  Soil Management for Sustainable Agriculture 2013. Editorial. Applied and Environmental Soil Science, 2014, Article No. 536825..
Bayer EM, Mongrand S, Tilsner J.  2014.  Specialized membrane domains of plasmodesmata, plant intercellular nanopores. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5
Raven JA.  2014.  Speedy small stomata? Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:1415-1424.
Aitkenhead MJ.  2014.  SPOT-VEGETATION - 15 years of success: What's next? International Journal of Remote Sensing. 35:2397-2401.
Slee B, Brown I, Donnelly D, Gordon IJ, Matthews KB, Towers W.  2014.  The ‘squeezed middle’: identifying and addressing conflicting demands on intermediate quality farmland in Scotland. Land Use Policy. 41:206-216.
Swanston JS, Smith PL, Thomas WTB, Sylvester-Bradley R, Kindred D, Brosnan JM, Bringhurst TA, Agu RC.  2014.  Stability, across environments, of grain and alcohol yield, in soft wheat varieties grown for grain distilling or bioethanol production. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 94:3234-3240.
Muller B, Balbi S, Buchmann CM, de Sousa L, Dressler G, Groeneveld J, Klassert CJ, Bao Le Q, Millington JDA, Nolzen H et al..  2014.  Standardized and transparent model descriptionsfor agent-based models - current status and prospects. Environmental Modelling and Software. 55:156-163.
Wilson MJ.  2014.  The structure of opal-CT revisited. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. 405:68-75.
O'Malley-James JT, Cockell CS, Greaves JS, Raven JA.  2014.  Swansong biospheres II: the final signs of life on terrestrial planets near the end of their habitable lifetimes. International Journal of Astrobiology. 13:229-243.
Barakate A, Higgins JD, Vivera S, Stephens J, Perry RM, Ramsay L, Colas I, Oakey H, Waugh R, Franklin FCH et al..  2014.  The synaptonemal complex protein ZYP1 is required for imposition of meiotic crossovers in barley. The Plant Cell. 26:729-740.
Lovell R, Wheeler BW, Higgins SL, Irvine KN, Depledge MH.  2014.  A systematic review of the health and well-being benefits of biodiverse environments. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B: Critical Reviews. 17:1-20.
Herwig A, Campbell G, Mayer CD, Boelen A, Anderson RA, Ross AW, Mercer JG, Barrett P.  2014.  A thyroid hormone challenge in hypothyroid rats identifies T3 regulated genes in the hypothalamus and in models with altered energy balance and glucose homeostasis. Thyroid. 24:1575-1593.
Hold GL, Berry S, Saunders KA, Drew J, Mayer C, Brookes H, Gay NJ, El-Omar EM, Bryant CE.  2014.  The TLR4 D299G and T399I SNPs are constitutively active to up-regulate expression of Trif-dependent genes. PLoS ONE. 9:e111460.
Hentley WT, Hails RS, Johnson SN, Jones TH, Vanbergen AJ.  2014.  Top-down control by Harmonia axyridis mitigates the impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 on a plant-aphid interaction. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 16:350-358.
Tomkins JL, Aungier J, Hazel W, Gilbert L.  2014.  Towards an evolutionary understanding of host questing behaviour in the tick lxodes ricinus. PLoS ONE. 9:e110028.
McDougall GJ, Conner S, Pereira-Caro G, Gonzalez-Barrio R, Brown EM, Verrall S, Stewart D, Moffet T, Ibars M, Lawther R et al..  2014.  Tracking (poly)phenol components from raspberries in ileal fluid. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 62:7631-7641.
McGrann GRD, Stavrinides A, Russell J, Corbitt MM, Booth A, Chartrain L, Thomas WTB, Brown JKM.  2014.  A trade off between mlo resistance to powdery mildew and increased susceptibility of barley to a newly important disease, Ramularia leaf spot. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:1025-1037.

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