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2015
Wiesel L, Davis JL, Milne L, Fernandez VR, Herold MB, Williams JM, Morris J, Hedley PE, Harrower B, Newton AC et al..  2015.  A transcriptional reference map of defence hormone responses in potato. Scientific Reports. 5
Martin-Ortega J, Perni A, Jackson-Blake L, Balana BB, Dunn SM, McKee A, Helliwell RC, Psaltopoulos D, Skuras D, Cooksley S et al..  2015.  A transdisciplinary approach to the economic analysis of the European Water Framework Directive. Ecological Economics. 116:34-45.
Batson WG, Gordon IG, Fletcher DB, Manning AD.  2015.  Translocation tactics: a framework to support the IUCN guidelines for wildlife translocations and improve the quality of applied methods. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52:1598-1607.
Fischer A, Weldesemaet YT, Czajkowski M, Tadie D, Hanley N.  2015.  Trophy hunters' willingness to pay for wildlife conservation and community benefits. Conservation Biology. 29:1111-1121.
He Q, McLellan H, Boevink PC, Sadanandom A, Xie CH, Birch PRJ, Tian ZD.  2015.  U-box E3 ubiquitin ligase PUB17 acts in the nucleus to promote specific immune pathways triggered by Phytophthora infestans. Journal of Experimental Botany. 66:3189-3199.
Wallace JM, Milne JS, Aitken RP, Redmer DA, Reynolds LP, Luther JS, Horgan GW, Adam CL.  2015.  Undernutrition and stage of gestation influence fetal adipose tissue gene expression. Journal of Molecular Endocrinology. 54:263-275.
L.iang XJ, Hillier S, Pendlowski H, Gray N, Ceci A, Gadd GM.  2015.  Uranium phosphate biomineralization by fungi. Environmental Microbiology. 17:2064-2075.
Pooley CM, Bishop SC, Marion G.  2015.  Using model-based proposals for fast parameter inference on discrete state space, continuous-time Markov processes. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 12:ArticleNo.20150225.
Khayamim F, Wetterlind J, Khademi H, Robertson AHJ, Cano AF, Stenberg B.  2015.  Using visible and near infrared spectroscopy to estimate carbonates and gypsum in soils in arid and subhumid regions of Isfahan, Iran. Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy. 23:155-165.
Burrells A, Benavides J, Canton G, Garcia JL, Bartley PM, Nath M, Thomson J, Chianini F, Innes EA, Katzer F.  2015.  Vaccination of pigs with the S48 strain of Toxoplasma gondii - safer meat for human consumption. Veterinary Research. 46
Hoffmann H, Zhao G, van Bussel LGJ, Enders A, Specka X, Sosa C, Yeluripati JB, Tao F, Constantin J, Raynal H et al..  2015.  Variability of effects of spatial climate data aggregation on regional yield simulation by crop models. Climate Research. 65:53-69.
Douglas DJT, Buchanan GM, Thompson PS, Amar A, Fielding DA, Redpath SM, Wilson JD.  2015.  Vegetation burning for game management in the UK uplands is increasing and overlaps spatially with soil carbon and protected areas. Biological Conservation. 191:243-250.
Wang C, Miller DR, Brown I, Jiang Y, Castellazzi M.  2015.  Visualisation techniques to support public interpretation of future climate change and land use choices: a case study from N-E Scotland. International Journal of Digital Earth. Published online.
Dahlin AS, Ramezanian A, Campbell CD, Hillier S, Oborn I.  2015.  Waste recovered by-products can increase growth of grass-clover mixtures in low fertility soils and alter botanical and mineral nutrient composition. Annals of Applied Biology. 166:105-117.
Machell J, Prior K, Allan R, Andersen JM.  2015.  The water energy food nexus - challenges and emerging solutions. Environmental Science: Water Research and Technology. 1:15-16.
Perez-Barberia FJ, Carranza J, Sanchez-Prieto C.  2015.  Wear fast, die young: more worn teeth and shorter lives in Iberian compared to Scottish red deer. PLoS ONE. 10:e0134788.
Vitolo C, Elkhatib Y, Reusser D, Macleod CJA, Buytaert W.  2015.  Web technologies for environmental Big Data. Environmental Modelling and Software. 63:185-198.
Stubbs RJ, Morris L, Pallister C, Horgan G, Lavin JH.  2015.  Weight outcomes audit in 1.3 million adults during their first 3 months' attendance in a commercial weight management programme. BMC Public Health. 15
Comadira G, Rasool B, Kaprinska B, Garcia BM, Morris J, Verrall SR, Bayer M, Hedley PE, Hancock RD, Foyer CH.  2015.  WHIRLY1 functions in the control of responses to nitrogen deficiency but not aphid infestation in barley. Plant Physiology. 168:1140-1151.
Hill R, Miller C, Newell B, Dunlop M, Gordon IJ.  2015.  Why biodiversity declines as protected areas increase: the effect of the power of governance regimes on sustainable landscapes. Sustainability Science. 10:357-369.
Toth IK, Humphris S, Campbell E, Pritchard L.  2015.  Why genomics research on Pectobacterium and Dickeya makes a difference. American Journal of Potato Research. 92:218-222.
Wang HL, Tang XY, Song SB, McKenzie BM.  2015.  Within-year changes in hydraulic properties of a shallow entisol in farmland and forestland. Vadose Zone Journal. 14
Gilchrist K, Brown C, Montarzino A.  2015.  Workplace settings and wellbeing: Greenspace use and views contribute to employee wellbeing at peri-urban business sites. Landscape and Urban Planning. 138:32-40.
Pakeman RJ, Alexander J, Beaton J, Brooker R, Cummins R, Eastwood A, Fielding D, Fisher J, Gore S, Hewison R et al..  2015.  Y Species composition of coastal dune vegetation in Scotland has proved resistant to climate change over a third of a century. Global Change Biology. 21:3738-3747.
Palarea-Albaladejo J, Martin-Fernandez JA.  2015.  zCompositions - R Package for multivariate imputation of left-censored data under a compositional approach. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems. 143:85-96.
2014
Raven JA, Doblin MA.  2014.  Active water transport in unicellular algae: where, why, and how. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:6279-6292.
Dandy N, Fiorini S, Davies AL.  2014.  Agenda-setting and power in collaborative natural resource management. Environmental Conservation. 41:311-320.
Flanigan S, Blackstock KL, Hunter C.  2014.  Agritourism from the perspective of providers and visitors: a typology-based investigation. Tourism Management. 40:405.
Raven JA, Giordano M.  2014.  Algae. Current Biology. 24:R590-R595.
Tondelli A, Pagani D, Ghafoori IN, Rahimi M, Ataei R, Rizza F, Flavell AJ, Cattivelli L.  2014.  Allelic variation at Fr-H1/Vrn-H1 and Fr-H2 loci is the main determinant of frost tolerance in spring barley. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 106:148-155.
Bogdanova MI, Wanless S, Harris MP, Lindstrom J, Butler A, Newell MA, Sato K, Watanuki Y, Parsons M, Daunt F.  2014.  Among-year and within-population variation in foraging distribution of European shags Phalacrocorax aristotelis over two decades: implications for marine spatial planning. Biological Conservation. 170:292-299.
De Maayer P, Chan WY, Rubagotti E, Venter SN, Toth IK, Birch PRJ, Coutinho TA.  2014.  Analysis of the Pantoea ananatis pan-genome reveals factors underlying its ability to colonize and interact with plant, insect and vertebrate hosts. BMC Genomics. 15:404.
Gratz SW, Richardson AJ, Duncan G, Holtrop G.  2014.  Annual variation of dietary deoxynivalenol exposure during years of different Fusarium prevalence: a pilot biomonitoring study. Food Additives and Contaminants Part A - Chemistry Analysis Control Exposure and Risk Assessment. 31:1579-1585.
Neacsu M, Fyfe C, Horgan G, Johnstone AM.  2014.  Appetite control and biomarkers of satiety with vegetarian (soy) and meat-based high-protein diets for weight loss in obese men: a randomized crossover trial. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 100:548-558.
Demars BOL, Wiegleb G, Harper DM, Broring U, Brux H, Herr W.  2014.  Aquatic plant dynamics in lowland river networks: connectivity, management and climate change. Water. 6:868-911.
Simpson CG, Lewandowska D, Liney M, Davidson D, Chapman S, Fuller J, McNicol J, Shaw P, Brown JWS.  2014.  Arabidopsis PTB1 and PTB2 proteins negatively regulate splicing of a mini-exon splicing reporter and affect alternative splicing of endogenous genes differentially. New Phytologist. 203:424-436.
Babikova Z, Gilbert L, Bruce TJA, Dewhirst S, Pickett JA, Johnson D.  2014.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and aphids interact by changing host plant quality and volatile emission. Functional Ecology. 28:375-385.
Mitchell RJ, Beaton JK, Bellamy PE, Broome A, Chetcuti J, Eaton S, Ellis CJ, Gimona A, Harmer R, Hester AJ et al..  2014.  Ash dieback in the UK: a review of the ecological and conservation implications and potential management options. Biological Conservation. 175:95-109.
Arpaia S, Messean A, Birch NA, Hokannen H, Hartel S, Van Loon J, Lovei G, Park J, Spreafico H, Squire GR et al..  2014.  Assessing and monitoring impacts of genetically modified plants on agro-ecosystems: the approach of the AMIGA project. Entomologia. 2:79-86.
Taylor AR, Taylor AFS.  2014.  Assessing daily egestion rates in earthworms: using fungal spores as a natural soil marker to estimate gut transit time. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 50:179-183.
Helliwell RC, Wright RF, Jackson-Blake LA, Ferrier RC, Aherne J, Cosby BJL, Evans CD, Forsius M, Hruska J, Jenkins A et al..  2014.  Assessing recovery from acidification of European surface waters in the year 2010: evaluation of projections made with the MAGIC model in 1995. Environmental Science and Technology. 48:13280-13288.
Beesley L, Inneh OS, Norton GJ, Moreno-Jimenez E, Pardo T, Clemente R, Dawson JJC.  2014.  Assessing the influence of compost and biochar amendments on the mobility and toxicity of metals and arsenic in a naturally contaminated mine soil. Environmental Pollution. 186:195-202.
Cammarano D, Fitzgerald GJ, Casa R, Basso B.  2014.  Assessing the robustness of vegetation indices to estimate wheat N in Mediterranean environments. Remote Sensing. 6:2827-2844.
Burthe SJ, Wanless S, Newell MA, Butler A, Daunt F.  2014.  Assessing the vulnerability of the marine bird community in the western North Sea to climate change and other anthropogenic impacts. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 507:277-295.

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