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Hawes C, Haughton AJ, Bohan DA, Squire GR.  2009.  Functional approaches for assessing plant and invertebrate abundance patterns in arable systems. Basic and Applied Ecology. 10:34-42. Abstract
Webster EA, Tilston EL, Chudek JA, Hopkins DW.  2008.  Decomposition in soil and chemical characteristics of pollen. European Journal of Soil Science. 59:551-558. Abstract
Yoshida S, Hallett PD.  2008.  Impact of hydraulic suction history on crack growth mechanics in soil. Water Resources Research. 44:-W00C01. Abstract
Nonyane BAS, Theobold CM.  2008.  Multiplicative models for combining information from several sensory experiments: A Bayesian analysis. Food Quality and Preference. 19:260-266. Abstract
Vanbergen AJ, Jones TH, Halls RS, Watt AD, Elston DA.  2007.  Consequences for a host-parasitoid interaction of host-plant aggregation, isolation and phenology. Ecological Entomology. 32:419-427. Abstract
White PJ, Bowen HC, Marshall B, Broadley MR.  2007.  Extraordinarily high leaf selenium to sulfur ratios define "Se-accumulator" plants. Annals of Botany. 100:111-118. Abstract
Mickovski SB, Bengough AG, Bransby MF, Davies MCR, Hallett PD, Sonnenberg R.  2007.  Material stiffness, branching pattern, and soil water matric potential affect the pullout resistance of model root systems. European Journal of Soil Science. 58:1471-1481. Abstract
Moran D, McVittie A, Allcroft DJ, Elston DA.  2007.  Quantifying public preferences for agri-environmental policy in Scotland: a comparison on methods. Ecological Economics. 63:42-53. Abstract

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