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2006
Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Birch ANE, Scrimgeour CM, Cortet J, Foggo A, Hackett CA, Krogh PH.  2006.  Soil microbial and faunal community responses to Bt maize and insecticide in two soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 35:734-741. Abstract
Wall DH, Adams BJ, Barrett JE, Hopkins DW, Virginia RA.  2006.  A synthesis of soil biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in Victoria Land, Antarctica. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:3001-3002. Abstract
Feeney D, Crawford JW, Daniell TJ, Hallett PD, Nunan N, Ritz K, Rivers M, Young IM.  2006.  Three-dimensional microorganisation of the soil-root-microbe system. Microbial Ecology. 52:151-158. Abstract
Gregorich EG, Rochette P, Hopkins DW, McKim UF, St-Georges P.  2006.  Tillage-induced environmental conditions in soil and substrate limitation determine biogenic gas production. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:2614-2628. Abstract
Oliveira CMG, Ferraz LCCB, Neilson R.  2006.  Xiphinema krugi, species complex or complex of cryptic species? Journal of Nematology. 38:418-428. Abstract
2005
Norra S, Handley LL, Berner Z, St D.  2005.  13C and 15N natural abundances of urban soils and herbaceous vegetation in Karlsruhe, Germany. European Journal of Soil Science. 56:607-620. Abstract
Bahar B, Monahan FJ, Moloney AP, O'Kiely P, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2005.  Alteration of the carbon and nitrogen stable isotope composition of beef by substitution of grass silage with maize silage. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 19:1937-1942. Abstract
Johnson SN, Gregory PJ, Greenham JR, Zhang X, Murray PJ.  2005.  Attractive properties of an isoflavonoid found in white clover root nodules on the clover root weevil. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 31:2223-2229. Abstract
Griffiths BS, Hallett PD, Kuan HL, Pitkin Y, Aitken MN.  2005.  Biological and physical resilience of soil amended with heavy metal-contaminated sewage sludge. European Journal of Soil Science. 56:197-206. Abstract
Aflakpui GKS, Gregory PJ, Froud-Williams RJ.  2005.  Carbon (13C) and nitrogen (15N) translocation in a maize-Striga hermonthica association. Experimental Agriculture. 41:321-333. Abstract
Grover SPP, McKenzie BM, Baldock JA, Papst WA.  2005.  Chemical characterisation of bog peat and dried peat of the Australian Alps. Australian Journal of Soil Research. 43:963-971. Abstract
Gregory PJ, Ingram JSI, Brklacich M.  2005.  Climate change and food security. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B. 360:2139-2148. Abstract
Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Birch ANE, Scrimgeour CM, Andersen MN, Cortet J, Mess A, Sausse C, Lacroix B et al..  2005.  A comparison of soil microbial community structure, protozoa and nematodes in field plots of conventional and genetically modified maize expressing the Bacillus thuringiensis CryIAb toxin. Plant and Soil. 275:135-146. Abstract
Hallett PD, Newson TA.  2005.  Describing soil crack formation using elastic-plastic fracture mechanics. European Journal of Soil Science. 56:31-38. Abstract
Zhang X, Deeks LK, Bengough AG, Crawford JW, Young IM.  2005.  Determination of soil hydraulic conductivity with the lattice Boltzmann method and soil thin-section technique. Journal of Hydrology. 306:59-70.
Wang J, Zhang X, Bengough AG, Crawford JW.  2005.  Domain-decomposition method for parallel lattice Boltzmann simulation of incompressible flow in porous media. Physical Review E. 72:016706-1-016706-11. Abstract
van Haren JLM, Handley LL, Biel KY, Kudeyarov VN, McLain JET, Martens DA, Colodner DC.  2005.  Drought-induced nitrous oxide flux dynamics in an enclosed tropical forest. Global Change Biology. 11:1247-1257. Abstract
Bruneau PMC, Davidson DA, Grieve IC, Young IM, Nunan N.  2005.  The effects of soil horizons and faunal excrement on bacterial distribution in an upland grassland soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 52:139-144. Abstract
Bohan DA, Boffey CWH, Brooks DR, Clark SJ, Dewar AM, Firbank LG, Haughton AJ, Hawes C, Heard MS, May MJ et al..  2005.  Effects on weed and invertebrate abundance and diversity of herbicide management in genetically modified herbicide-tolerant winter-sown oilseed rape. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 272:463-474. Abstract
Low JN, Scrimgeour CM, Horton P.  2005.  Elaidic acid, (trans-9-octadecenoic acid). Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online. E61:3730-3732. Abstract
Karanastasi E, Decraemer W, Kyriakopoulou PE, Neilson R.  2005.  First report of the stubby-root nematode Paratrichodorus teres associated with artichoke (Cynara scolymus) in Greece. Plant Disease. 89:-685. Abstract
Rangel-Castro JI, Prosser JI, Ostle N, Scrimgeour CM, Killham K, Meharg AA.  2005.  Flux and turnover of fixed carbon in soil microbial biomass of limed and un-limed plots of an upland grassland ecosystem. Environmental Microbiology. 7:544-552. Abstract
Krivtsov V, Liddell K, Bezginova T, Salmond R, Staines HJ, Watling R, Garside A, Thompson JA, Griffiths BS, Brendler A.  2005.  Forest litter bacteria: relationships with fungi, microfauna, and litter composition over a winter-spring period. Polish Journal of Ecology. 53:383-394. Abstract
Schmidt O, Quilter JM, Bahar B, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Begley IS, Monahan FJ.  2005.  Inferring the origin and dietary history of beef from C, N and S stable isotope ratio analysis. Food Chemistry. 91:545-549. Abstract
Oro V, H J, Karanastasi E, Krnjaic S, Krnjaic D, Brown DJF, Neilson R.  2005.  Inter-population variability of Longidorus euonymus Mali and Hooper, 1974 (Nematoda, Dorylaimida) and comment upon the number of juvenile developmental stages. Helminthologia. 42:155-165. Abstract
Brooks DR, Clark SJ, Perry JN, Bohan DA, Champion GT, Firbank LG, Haughton AJ, Hawes C, Heard MS, Woiwod IP.  2005.  Invertebrate biodiversity in maize following withdrawal of triazine herbicides. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 272:1497-1502. Abstract
Nunan N, Daniell TJ, Singh BK, Papert A, McNicol JW, Prosser JI.  2005.  Links between plant and rhizoplane bacterial communities in grassland soils, characterized using molecular techniques. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71:6784-6792. Abstract
Zhang X, Crawford JW, Deeks LK, Stutter MI, Bengough AG, Young IM.  2005.  A mass balance based numerical method for the fractional advection-dispersion equation: Theory and application. Water Resources Research. 41:-W07029. Abstract
Zhang B, Horn R, Hallett PD.  2005.  Mechanical resilience of degraded soil amended with organic matter. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 69:864-871. Abstract
Hinsinger P, Gobran GR, Gregory PJ, Wenzel WW.  2005.  Rhizosphere geometry and heterogeneity arising from root-mediated physical and chemical processes. New Phytologist. 168:293-303. Abstract
Humphris SN, Bengough AG, Griffiths BS, Killham K, Rodger S, Stubbs V, Valentine TA, Young IM.  2005.  Root cap influences root colonisation by Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 on maize. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 54:123-130. Abstract
Dyckmans J, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2005.  A simple and rapid method for labelling earthworms with 15N and 13C. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 37:989-993. Abstract
Boag B, Deeks L, Orr A, Neilson R.  2005.  A spatio-temporal analysis of a New Zealand flatworm (Arthurdendyus triangulatus) population in western Scotland. Annals of Applied Biology. 147:81-88. Abstract
Rangel-Castro JI, Killham K, Ostle N, Nicol GW, Anderson IC, Scrimgeour CM, Ineson P, Meharg A, Prosser JI.  2005.  Stable isotope probing analysis of the influence of liming on root exudate utilization by soil microrganisms. Environmental Microbiology. 7:828-838. Abstract
Trudgill DL, Honek A, Li D, van Straalen NM.  2005.  Thermal time - concepts and utility. Annals of Applied Biology. 146:1-14. Abstract
Ellis CJ, Crittenden PD, Scrimgeour CM, Ashcroft CJ.  2005.  Translocation of 15N indicates nitrogen recycling in the mat-forming lichen Cladonia portentosa. New Phytologist. 168:423-434. Abstract

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