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Gulden RH, Tenuta M, Mitchell S, Langarica Fuentes A, Daniell TJ.  2015.  Preceding crop and weed management history affect denitrification and denitrifier community structure throughout the development of durum wheat. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 212:49-63.
Roberts AMI, Tansey C, Smithers RJ, Phillimore AB.  2015.  Predicting a change in the order of spring phenology in temperate forests. Global Change Biology. 21:2603-2611.
Aitkenhead MJ, Donnelly D, Sutherland LA, Miller DG, Coull MC, Black HIJ.  2015.  Predicting Scottish topsoil organic matter content from colour and environmental factors. European Journal of Soil Science. 66:112-120.
Hollis JM, Lilly A, Higgins A, Jones RJA, Keay CA, Bellamy P.  2015.  Predicting the water retention characteristics of UK soils. European Journal of Soil Science. 66:239-252.
Mills AJ, van der Vyver M, Gordon IJ, Patwardhan A, Marais C, Blignaut J, Sigwela A, Kgope B.  2015.  Prescribing innovation within a large-scale restoration programme in degraded subtropical thicket in South Africa. Forests. 6:4328-4348.
Griffiths BS, Hallett PD, Daniell TJ, Hawes C, Squire GS, Mitchell SM, Caul S, Valentine TA, Binnie K, Adeloye AJ et al..  2015.  Probing soil physical and biological resilience data from a broad sampling of arable farms in Scotland. Soil Use and Management. 31:491-503.
Schulz C, Ioris A, Martin-Ortega J, Glenk K.  2015.  Prospects for payments for ecosystem services in the Brazilian Pantanal: a scenario analysis. The Journal of Environment and Development. 24:26-53.
Nelson BF, Daunt F, Monaghan P, Wanless S, Butler A, Heidinger BJ, Newell M, Dawson A.  2015.  Protracted treatment with corticosterone reduces breeding success in a long-lived bird. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 210:38-45.
Guimaraes MH, McKee A, Lima ML, Vasconcelos L, Boski T, Dentinho T.  2015.  Putting transdisciplinarity into practice: a mixed mode procedure for stakeholder participation in natural resource management. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 58:1827-1852.
Bertholdsson NO, Holefors A, Macaulay M, Crespo-Herrera LA.  2015.  QTL for chlorophyll fluorescence of barley plants grown at low oxygen concentration in hydroponics to simulate waterlogging. Euphytica. 201:357-365.
Harrison PJ, Yuan Y, Buckland ST, Oedekoven CS, Elston DA, Brewer MJ, Johnston A, Pearce-Higgins JW.  2015.  Quantifying turnover in biodiversity of British breeding birds. Journal of Applied Ecology. 53:469-478.
Stavang JA, Freitag S, Foito A, Verrall S, Heide OM, Stewart D, Sonsteby A.  2015.  Raspberry fruit quality changes during ripening and storage as assessed by colour, sensory evaluation and chemical analyses. Scientia Horticulturae. 195:216-225.
O'Leary GJ, Christy B, Nuttall J, Huth J, Cammarano D, Stöckle C, Basso B, Shcherbak I, Fitzgerald G, Luo Q et al..  2015.  Response of wheat growth, grain yield and water use to elevated CO2 under a Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) experiment and modelling in a semi-arid environment. Global Change Biology.. 21:2670-2686.
Fisher DO, Johnson CN, Lawes MJ, Fritz SA, McCallum H, Blomberg SP, van der Wal J, Abbott B, Frank A, Legge S et al..  2015.  Response to commentary by Woinarski (Critical-weight-range marsupials in northern Australia are declining: a commentary on Fisher et al. (2014) 'The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating?') Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24:123-125.
Lobley GE, Holtrop G, Horgan GW, Bremner DM, Fyfe C, Johnstone AM.  2015.  Responses in gut hormones and hunger to diets with either high protein or a mixture of protein plus free amino acids supplied under weight-loss conditions. British Journal of Nutrition. 113:1254-1270.
Kontopoulou CK, Giagkou S, Stathi E, Savvas D, Iannetta PPM.  2015.  Responses of hydroponically grown common bean fed with nitrogen-free nutrient solution to root inoculation with N-2-fixing bacteria. Hortscience. 50:597-602.
Eigenbrode SD, Birch ANE, Lindzey S, Meadow R, Snyder WE.  2015.  Review: A mechanistic framework to improve understanding and applications of push-pull systems in pest management. Journal of Applied Ecology. 53:202-212.
Martin-Ortega J, Mesa-Jurado A, Berbel J.  2015.  Revisiting the impact of order effects on sensitivity to scope: a contingent valuation of a common-pool resource. Journal of Agricultural Economics. 66:705-726.
Navarro E, Fabregue O, Scorretti R, Reboulet J, Simonet P, Dawson LA, Demaneche S.  2015.  RisaAligner software for aligning fluorescence data between Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer chips: application to soil microbial community analysis. Biotechniques. 59:347-358.
Asseng S, Ewert F, Martre P, Rötter R, Lobell D, Cammarano D, Kimball B, Ottman M, Wall G, White JW et al..  2015.  Rising temperatures reduce global wheat production. Nature Climate Change. 5:143-147.
Plieninger T, Bieling C, Fagerholm N, Byg A, Hartel T, Hurley P, López-Santiago CA, Nagabhatla N, Oteros-Rozas E, Raymond CM et al..  2015.  The role of cultural ecosystem services in landscape management and planning. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 14:28-33.
Giles CD, Hsu PL, Richardson AE, Hurst MRH, Hill JE.  2015.  The role of gluconate production by Pseudomonas spp. in the mineralization and bioavailability of calcium-phytate to Nicotiana tabacum. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 61:885-897.
Chimungu GJ, Loades KW, Lynch JP.  2015.  Root anatomical phenes predict root penetration ability and biomechanical properties in maize (Zea Mays). Journal of Experimental Botany. 66:3151-3162.
Snell HSK, Robinson D, Midwood AJ.  2015.  Sampling root-respired CO2 in-situ for C-13 measurement. Plant and Soil, 393, 259-271..
Boden LA, Auty H, Bessell P, Duckett D, Liu J, Kyle C, McKee A, Sutherland LA, Reynolds J, Bronsvoort BMD et al..  2015.  Scenario planning: The future of the cattle and sheep industries in Scotland and their resiliency to disease. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 121:353-364.
Slee RW, Miller DG.  2015.  School closures as a driver of rural decline in Scotland: a problem in pursuit of some evidence? Scottish Geographical Journal. 131:78-97.
Sample JE, Duncan N, Ferguson M, Cooksley S.  2015.  Scotland's hydropower: Current capacity, future potential and the possible impacts of climate change. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 52:111-122.
Albert A, Auffret AG, Cosyns E, Cousins SAO, D'Hondt B, Eichberg C, Eycott AE, Heinken T, Hoffmann M, Jaroszewicz B et al..  2015.  Seed dispersal by ungulates as an ecological filter: a trait-based meta-analysis. Oikos. 124:1109-1120.
Bartley DJ, Devin L, Nath M, Morrison AA.  2015.  Selection and characterisation of monepantel resistance in Teladorsagia circumcincta isolates. International Journal for Parasitology - Drugs and Drug Resistance. 5:69-76.
Igartua E, Mansour E, Cantalapiedra CP, Contreras-Moreira B, Gracia MP, Fuster P, Escribano J, Molina-Cano JL, Moralejo M, Ciudad FJ et al..  2015.  Selection footprints in barley breeding lines detected by combining genotyping-by-sequencing with reference genome information. Molecular Breeding. 35:Article11.
Poggio L, Gimona A.  2015.  Sequence-based mapping approach to spatio-temporal snow patterns from MODIS time-series applied to Scotland. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 34:122-135.
Chowdappa P, Nirmal Kumar BJ, Madhura S, Mohan Kumar SP, Myers KL, Fry WE, Cooke DEL.  2015.  Severe outbreaks of late blight on potato and tomato in South India caused by recent changes in the Phytophthora infestans population. Plant Pathology. 64:191-199.
Echavarri-Bravo V, Paterson L, Aspray TJ, Porter JS, Winson MK, Thornton B, Hartl MG.  2015.  Shifts in the metabolic function of benthic estuarine microbial community following a single pulse exposure to silver nanoparticles. Environmental Pollution. 201:91-99.
Nazaries L, Tottey W, Robinson LJ, Khachane A, Al-Soud WA, Sorensen S, Singh BK.  2015.  Shifts in the microbial community structure explain the response of soil respiration to land-use but not to climate warming. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 89:123-134.
Bird DM, Jones JT, Opperman CH, Kikuchi T, Danchin EGJ.  2015.  Signatures of adaptation to plant parasitism in nematode genomes. Parasitology. 142:S71-S84.
Pangbourne K, Roberts D.  2015.  Small towns and agriculture: understanding the spatial pattern of farm linkages. European Planning Studies. 23:494-508.
Wipf S, Sommerkorn M, Stutter MI, Wubs ERJ, van der Wal R.  2015.  Snow cover, freeze-thaw, and the retention of nutrients in an oceanic mountain ecosystem. Ecosphere. 6:ArticleNo.207.
Hill R, Dyer GA, Lozada-Ellison LM, Gimona A, Martin-Ortega J, Munoz-Rojas J, Gordon IJ.  2015.  A social-ecological systems analysis of impediments to delivery of the Aichi 2020 Targets and potentially more effective pathways to the conservation of biodiversity. Global Environmental Change, Human and Policy Dimensions. 34:22-34.
Nocita M, Stevens A, van Wesemael B, Aitkenhead M, Bachmann M, Barthes B, Dor EB, Brown DJ, Clairotte M, Csorba A et al..  2015.  Soil spectroscopy: an alternative to wet chemistry for soil monitoring. Advances in Agronomy. 132:139-159.
Young EJ, McKenzie BM, McNicol JW, Robertson J, Wendler R, Dawson, L.A.; Hillier S.  2015.  Spatial trends in the wind abrasion resistance of cultivated machair soil, South Uist, Scottish Outer Hebrides. Catena. 135:1-10.
Kerschner C, Wachter P, Nierling L, Ehlers MH.  2015.  Special volume: technology and degrowth. Journal of Cleaner Production. 108:31-33.
Gustavo Schlaen R, Mancini E, Sanchez SE, Perez-Santangelo S, Rugnone ML, Simpson CG, Brown JWS, Zhang X, Chernomoretz A, Yanovsky MJ.  2015.  The spliceosome assembly factor GEMIN2 attenuates the effects of temperature on alternative splicing and circadian rhythms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 112:9382-9387.
Kettle H, Nutter D.  2015.  stagePop: modelling stage-structured populations in R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 6:1484-1490.

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