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Karunakaran R, Haag AF, East AK, Ramachandran VK, Prell J, James EK, Scocchi M, Ferguson GP, Poole PS.  2010.  BacA is essential for bacteroid development in nodules of galegoid, but not phaseoloid, legumes. Journal of Bacteriology. 192:2920-2928.
Dudnik A, Almeida AF, Andrade R, Avila B, Banados P, Bassard JE, Benkoulouche M, Bott M, Braga A, Breitel D et al..  2018.  BacHBerry: BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits. Phytochemistry Reviews. 17:291-326.
Dudnik A, Almeida AF, Andrade R, Avila B, Banados P, Bassard JE, Benkoulouche M, Bott M, Braga A, Breitel D et al..  2018.  BacHBerry: BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits. Phytochemistry Reviews. 17:291-326.
Izumi H, Cairney JWG, Killham K, Moore ERB, Alexander IJ, Anderson IC.  2008.  Bacteria associated with ectomycorrhizas of slash pine (Pinus elliottii) in south eastern Queensland, Australia. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 282(2):196-204.
Antunez-Lamas M, Cabrera E, Lopez-Solanilla E, Solano R, Gonzalez-Melendi P, Chico JM, Toth IK, Birch PRJ, Pritchard L, Liu H et al..  2009.  Bacterial chemoattraction towards jasmonate plays a role in the entry of Dickeya dadantii through wounded tissues. Molecular Microbiology. 74:662-671.
Giaramida L, Manage PM, Edwards C, Singh BK, Lawton LA.  2013.  Bacterial communities' response to microcystins exposure and nutrient availability: Linking degradation capacity to community structure. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation. 84:111-117.
Morera-Margarit P, Bulgarelli D, Pope TW, Graham RI, Mitchell C, Karley AJ.  2019.  The bacterial community associated with adult vine weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus) in UK populations growing on strawberry is dominated by Candidatus Nardonella. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 167:186-196.
Rossez Y, Wolfson EB, Holmes A, Gally DL, Holden NJ.  2015.  Bacterial flagella: twist and stick, or dodge across the Kingdoms. PLoS Pathogens.. 11:e1004483.
Mao X, Hu F, Griffiths BS, Li H.  2006.  Bacterial-feeding nematodes enhance root growth of tomato seedlings. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:1615-1622. Abstract
Ravensdale M, Blom TJ, Gracia-Garza JA, Svircev AM, Smith RJ.  2007.  Bacteriophages and the control of Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology. 29:121-130.
Stutter MI, Graeber D, Evans CD, Wade AJ, Withers PJA.  2018.  Balancing macronutrient stoichiometry to alleviate eutrophication. Science of the Total Environment. 634:439-447.
Thomas CR, Gordon IJ, Wooldridge S, Marshall P.  2012.  Balancing the trade-offs between ecological and economic risks in the Great Barrier Reef: a pragmatic conceptual framework. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment.. 18:69-91.
Pswarayi A, van Eeuwijk FA, Ceccarelli S, Grando S, Comadran J, Russell JR, Francia E, Pecchioni N, Li Destri O, Akar T et al..  2008.  Barley adaptation and improvement in the Mediterranean basin. Plant Breeding. 127:554-560.
Barakate A, Orr J, Schreiber M, Colas I, Lewandowska D, McCallum N, Macaulay M, Morris J, Arrieta M, Hedley PE et al..  2021.  Barley anther and meiocyte transcriptome dynamics in meiotic prophase I. Frontiers in Plant Science. 11:ArticleNo.619404.
Schreiber M, Wright F, MacKenzie K, Hedley PE, Schwerdt JG, Little A, Burton RA, Fincher GB, Marshall D, Waugh R et al..  2014.  The barley genome sequence assembly reveals three additional members of the CsIF (1,3;1,4) - beta-glucan synthase gene family. PLoS ONE. 9:e90888.
Mwafulirwa L, Baggs EM, Russell J, George T, Morley N, Sim A, De la Fuente Canto C, Paterson E.  2016.  Barley genotype influences stabilization of rhizodeposition-derived C and soil organic matter mineralization. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 95:60-69.
Garcia-Gimenez G, Russell J, Aubert MK, Fincher GB, Burton RA, Waugh R, Tucker MR, Houston K.  2019.  Barley grain (1,3;1,4)-beta-glucan content: effects of transcript and sequence variation in genes encoding the corresponding synthase and endohydrolase enzymes. Scientific Reports. 9:ArticleNo.17250.
Mendiondo GM, Medhurst A, van Roermund CW, Zhang XB, Devonshire J, Scholefield D, Fernandez J, Axcell B, Ramsay L, Waterham HR et al..  2014.  Barley has two peroxisomal ABC transporters with multiple functions in beta-oxidation. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:4833-4847.
Rostoks N, Schmierer D, Mudie S, Drader T, Brueggeman R, Caldwell DG, Waugh R, Kleinhofs A.  2006.  Barley necrotic locus nec1 encodes the cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channel 4 homologous to the Arabidopsis HLM1. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 275:159-168. Abstract
Forster BP, Franckowiak JD, Lundqvist U, Lyon J, Pitkethly I, Thomas WTB.  2007.  The barley phytomer. Annals of Botany. 100:725-733. Abstract
Bull H, Casao MC, Zwirek M, Flavell AJ, Thomas WTB, Guo WB, Zhang RX, Rapazote-Flores P, Kyriakidis S, Russell J et al..  2017.  Barley SIX-ROWED SPIKE3 encodes a putative Jumonji C-type H3K9me2/me3 demethylase that represses lateral spikelet fertility. Nature Communications. 8:ArticleNo.936.
Escudero-Martinez CM, Morris JA, Hedley PE, Bos JIB.  2017.  Barley transcriptome analyses upon interaction with different aphid species identify thionins contributing to resistance. Plant Cell and Environment. 40:2628-2643.
Mascher M, Richmond TA, Gerhardt DJ, Himmelbach A, Clissold L, Sampath D, Ayling S, Steuernagel B, Pfeifer M, D'Ascenzo M et al..  2013.  Barley whole exome capture: a tool for genomic research in the genus Hordeum and beyond. Plant Journal. 76:494-505.
Wiegmann M, Maurer A, Pham A, March TJ, Al-Abdallat A, Thomas WTB, Bull HJ, Shahid M, Eglinton J, Baum M et al..  2019.  Barley yield formation under abiotic stress depends on the interplay between flowering time genes and environmental cues. Scientific Reports. 9:ArticleNo.6397.
Dawson IK, Russell J, Powell W, Steffenson B, Thomas WTB, Waugh R.  2015.  Barley: a translational model for adaptation to climate change. New Phytologist. 206:913-931.
Swanston JS, Newton AC, Hoad SP, Spoor W.  2005.  Barleys grown as cultivar mixtures compared with blends made before and after malting, for effects on malting performance. Journal of the Institute of Brewing. 111:144-152. Abstract
Buttoud G, Kouplevatskaya-Buttoud I, Slee B, Weiss G.  2011.  Barriers to institutional learning and innovations in the forest sector in Europe: Markets, policies and stakeholders. Forest Policy and Economics. 13:124-131.
Rapazote-Flores P, Bayer M, Milne L, Mayer CD, Fuller J, Guo W, Hedley PE, Morris J, Halpin C, Kam J et al..  2019.  BaRTv1.0: a barley reference transcript dataset for quantitative measurement barley transcriptomes using RNA-seq. BMC Genomics. 20:ArticleNo.968.
Portas TJ, Evans MJ, Spratt D, Vaz PK, Devlin JM, Barbosa AD, Wilson BA, Rypalski A, Wimpenny C, Fletcher D et al..  2020.  Baseline health and disease assessment of founder eastern quolls (Dasyurus Viverrinus) during a conservation translocation to mainland Australia. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 56:547-559.
Gbegbelegbe S, Cammarano D, Asseng S, Robertson R, Chung U, Adam M, Abdalla O, Payne T, Reynolds M, Sonder K et al..  2017.  Baseline simulation for global wheat production with CIMMYT mega-environment specific cultivars. Field Crops Research. 202:122-135.
Anderson IC, Bastias BA, Genney DR, Parkin PI, Cairney JWG.  2007.  Basidiomycete fungal communities in Australia sclerophyll forest soil are altered by repeated prescribed burning. Mycological Research. 111(4):482-486.
Mickleburgh S, Waylen K, Racey P.  2009.  Bats as bushmeat: a global review. Oryx. 43(2):217-234.
Cruz J, Sarmento P, Rydevik G, Rebelo H, White PCL.  2016.  Bats like vintage: managing exotic eucalypt plantations for bat conservation in a Mediterranean landscape. Animal Conservation. 19:53-64.
Eichmann R, Bischof M, Weis C, Shaw J, Lacomme C, Schweizer P, Duchkov D, Hensel G, Kumlehn J, H R.  2010.  BAX INHIBITOR-1 is required for full susceptibility of barley to powdery mildew. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 23:1217-1227.
Spezia L.  2010.  Bayesian analysis of multivariate Gaussian hidden Markov models with an unknown number of regimes. Journal of Time Series Analysis. 31:1-11.
Lawson DJ, Holtrop G, Flint H.  2011.  Bayesian analysis of non-linear differential equation models with application to a gut microbial ecosystem. Biometrical Journal. 53:543-556.
Thomsen NI, Binning PJ, McKnight US, Tuxen N, Bjerg PL, Troldborg M.  2016.  A Bayesian belief network approach for assessing uncertainty in conceptual site models at contaminated sites. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 188:12-28.
Smith WE, Newman KB, Mitchell L.  2020.  A Bayesian hierarchical model of postlarval delta smelt entrainment: integrating transport, length composition, and sampling efficiency in estimates of loss. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 77:789-813.
Lewis FI, Gunn GJ, McKendrick IJ, Murray FM.  2009.  Bayesian inference for within-herd prevalence of Leptospira interrogans serovar Hardjo using bulk milk antibody testing. Biostatistics. 10:719-728.
Cornulier T, Robinson RA, Elston DA, Lambin X, Sutherland WJ, Benton T.  2011.  Bayesian reconstitution of environmental change from disparate historical records: hedgerow loss and farmland bird declines. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2:86-94.
Spezia L.  2020.  Bayesian variable selection in non-homogeneous hidden Markov models through an evolutionary Monte Carlo method. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. 143:ArticleNo.UNSP106840.
Martin-Fernandez JA, Hron K, Templ M, Filzmoser P, Palarea-Albaladejo J.  2014.  Bayesian-multiplicative treatment of count zeros in compositional data sets. Central European Journal of Biology. 15:134-158.
Martin-Fernandez JA, Hron K, Templ M, Filzmoser P, Palarea-Albaladejo J.  2015.  Bayesian-multiplicative treatment of count zeros in compositional data sets. Central European Journal of Biology. 15:134-158.
Loe LE, Hansen BB, Stien A, Albon SD, Bischof R, Carlsson A, Irvine RJ, Meland M, Rivrud IM, Ropstad E et al..  2016.  Behavioral buffering of extreme weather events in a high- Arctic herbivore. Ecosphere. 7:1-13.
Loe LE, Hansen BB, Stien A, Albon SD, Bischof R, Carlsson A, Irvine RJ, Meland M, Rivrud IM, Ropstad E et al..  2016.  Behavioral buffering of extreme weather events in a high- Arctic herbivore. Ecosphere. 7:ArticleNo.e01374..
Iason GR, Villalba JJ.  2006.  Behavioral strategies of mammal herbivores against plant secondary metabolites: the avoidance-tolerance continuum. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 32(6):1115-1132.
Horgan GW.  2011.  The behaviour of a neutral model of weight regulated only by body mass. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 270:1-6.
Johnson SN, Hallett PD, Gillespie TL, Halpin C.  2010.  Below-ground herbivory and root toughness: a potential model system using lignin-modified tobacco. Physiological Entomology. 35:186-191. Abstract
Dunn SM, Dilks CF.  2006.  Benchmark models for diffuse pollution : the challenges. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie, Large Rivers Suppl.17. 161:49-73.
Biurrun I, Pielech R, Dembicz I, Gillet F, Kozub L, Marcenò C, Reitalu T, van Meerbeek K, Guarino R, Chytrý M et al..  2021.  Benchmarking plant diversity of Palaearctic grasslands and other open habitats. Journal of Vegetation Science. 32:ArticleNo.e13050.
Lane RA, Coxon G, Freer JE, Wagener T, Johnes PJ, Bloomfield JP, Greene S, Macleod CJA, Reaney SM.  2019.  Benchmarking the predictive capability of hydrological models for river flow and flood peak predictions across a large sample of catchments in Britain. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 23:4011-4032.
Reis VM, Alves BJR, Hartmann A, James EK, Zilli JE.  2020.  Beneficial microorganisms in agriculture: the future of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. Plant and Soil. 451:1-3.
Martin-Ortega J, Brouwer R, Ojea E, Berbel J.  2012.  Benefit transfer and spatial heterogeneity of preferences for water quality improvements. Journal of Environmental Management. 106:22-29.
Sarkki S, Ficko AJ, Grunewald K, Nijnik M.  2015.  Benefits from and threats to European treeline ecosystem services: an exploratory study of stakeholders and governance. Regional Environmental Change. Published online.
Sarkki S, Ficko AJ, Grunewald K, Nijnik M.  2016.  Benefits from and threats to European treeline ecosystem services: an exploratory study of stakeholders and governance. Regional Environmental Change. 16:2019-2032.
Hérivaux C, Rey-Valette H, Rulleau B, Agenais AL, Grisel M, Kuhfuss L, Maton L, Vinchon C.  2018.  Benefits of adapting to sea level rise: the importance of ecosystem services in the French Mediterranean sandy coastline. Regional Environmental Change. 18:1815-1828.
Banwart S, Black HIJ, Cai ZC, Gicheru P, Joosten H, Victoria R, Milne E, Noellemeyer E, Pascual U, Nziguheba G et al..  2014.  Benefits of soil carbon: report on the outcomes of an international scientific committee on problems of the environment rapid assessment workshop. Carbon Management. 5:185-192.
Hukkanen AT, Kokko HI, Buchala AJ, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, K SO, Karjalainen RO.  2007.  Benzothiadiazole induces the accumulation of phenolics and improves resistance to powdery mildew in strawberries. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55:1862-1870. Abstract
Kpanzou TA, Gamado KM, Hounnon H.  2019.  A Beran-inspired estimator for the Weibull-type tail coefficient. Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice. 13:ArticleNo.UNSP20.
McDougall GJ, Ross HA, Ikeji M, Stewart D.  2008.  Berry extracts exert different antiproliferative effects against cervical and colon cancer cells grown in vitro. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56:3016-3023. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Kulkarni NN, Stewart D.  2009.  Berry polyphenols inhbit pancreatic lipase actvity in vitro. Food Chemistry. 115:193-199. Abstract
Grussu D, Stewart D, McDougall GJ.  2011.  Berry polyphenols inhibit a-amylase in vitro: Identifying active components in rowanberry and raspberry. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 59:2324-2331.
Boath AS, Grussu D, Stewart D, McDougall GJ.  2012.  Berry polyphenols inhibit digestive enzymes: a source of potential health benefits? Food Digestion. 3:1-7.
Gomes A, Oudot C, Macia A, Foito A, Carregosa D, Stewart D, van de Wiele T, Berry D, Motilva MJ, Brenner C et al..  2019.  Berry-enriched diet in salt-sensitive hypertensive rats: metabolic fate of (poly)phenols and the role of gut microbiota. Nutrients. 11:ArticleNo.2634.
Blackstock KL.  2009.  Between a rock and a hard place: incompatible objectives at the heart of river basin planning? Water Science and Technology. 59(3):425-431.
Bourne EC, Bocedi G, Travis JMJ, Pakeman RJ, Brooker R, Schiffers K.  2014.  Between migration load and evolutionary rescue: dispersal, adaptation and the response of spatially structured populations to environmental change. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 281:1471-2954.
Pinker A, Argüelles L, Fischer A, Becker S.  2020.  Between straitjacket and possibility: Energy initiatives and the politics of regulation. Geoforum. 114:14-25.
Sutherland LA, Matthews KB, Buchan K, Miller D.  2014.  Beyond crofting: Assessing change on Scotland's small-scale holdings. Scottish Geographical Journal. 130:223-242.
Sutherland LA, Barlagne C, Barnes AP.  2019.  Beyond hobby farming: towards a typology of non-commercial farming. Agriculture and Human Values. 36:475-493.
Sarkki S, Parpan T, Zahvoyska L, Voloshyna N, Derbal J, Melnykovych M, Nijnik M.  In Press.  Beyond participation! Social-ecological innovations facilitating movement from technocratic state to collaborative landscape governance in Ukraine. Landscape Ecology. Published online..
Sarkki S, Parpan T, Melnykovych M, Zahvoyska L, Derbal J, Voloshyna N, Nijnik M.  2019.  Beyond participation! Social-ecological innovations facilitating movement from technocratic state to collaborative landscape governance in Ukraine. Landscape Ecology. 34:1601-1618.
Bennett AE, Preedy K, Golubski A, Umbanhower A, Borrett SR, Byrne L, Apostol K, Bever JD, Biederman L, Classen AT et al..  2019.  Beyond the black box: promoting mathematical collaborations for elucidating interactions in soil ecology. Ecosphere. 10:ArticleNo.e02799.
Hannam KD, Kehila D, Millard P, Midwood AJ, Neilsen D, Neilsen GH, Forge TA, Nichol C, Jones MD.  2016.  Bicarbonates in irrigation water contribute to carbonate formation and CO2 production in orchard soils under drip irrigation. Geoderma. 266:120-126.
Sayanova O, Haslam R, Guschina I, Lloyd D, Christie WW, Harwood JL, Napier JA.  2007.  A bifunctional D12, D15-desaturase from Acanthamoeba castellanii directs the synthesis of highly unusual n-1 series unsaturated fatty acids. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281:36533-36541. Abstract
White PJ, Broadley MR, Hammond JP, Ramsay G, Subramanian NK, Thompson JA, Wright GM.  2012.  Bio-fortification of potato tubers using foliar zinc-fertiliser. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology. 87:123-129.
Talevich E, Invergo BM, Cock PJA, Chapman BA.  2012.  Bio.Phylo: a unified toolkit for processing, analyzing and visualizing phylogenetic trees in Biophyton. BMC Bioinformatics. 13:209.
Garcia G, Nanni S, Figueira I, Ivanov I, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Ferreira RB, Pinto P, Silva RFM, Brites D et al..  2017.  Bioaccessible (poly)phenol metabolites from raspberry protect neural cells from oxidative stress and attenuate microglia activation. Food Chemistry. 215:274-283.
Garcia G, Pais TF, Pinto P, Dobson G, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Santos CN.  2020.  Bioaccessible raspberry extracts enriched in ellagitannins and ellagic acid derivatives have anti-neuroinflammatory properties. Antioxidants. 9:ArticleNo.970.
Jamieson AJ, Malkocs T, Piertney SB, Fujii T, Zhang ZL.  2017.  Bioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in the deepest ocean fauna. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 1:ArticleNo.0051.
Whitson J, McDougall GJ, Ross HA, Lund VA, Hamilton CA, Dominiczak AF, Stewart D.  2010.  Bioactive berry components: Potential modulators of health benefits. Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology. 4:34-38.
Goszcz K, Duthie GG, Stewart D, Leslie SJ, Megson IL.  2017.  Bioactive polyphenols and cardiovascular disease: chemical antagonists, pharmacological agents or xenobiotics that drive an adaptive response? British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. Published online..
Goszcz K, Duthie GG, Stewart D, Leslie SJ, Megson IL.  2017.  Bioactive polyphenols and cardiovascular disease: chemical antagonists, pharmacological agents or xenobiotics that drive an adaptive response? British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 174:1209-1225.
Seim GL, Ahn CI, Bodis MS, Luwedde F, Miller DD, Hillier S, Tako E, Glahn RP, Young SL.  2013.  Bioavailability of iron in geophagic earths and clay minerals, and their effect on dietary iron absorption using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell model. Food and Function. 4:1263-1270.
Goszcz K, Deakin SJ, Duthie GG, Stewart D, Megson IL.  2017.  Bioavailable concentrations of delphinidin and its metabolite, gallic acid, induce antioxidant protection associated with increased intracellular glutathione in cultured endothelial cells. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. :ArticleNo.9260701.
Graeber D, Tenzin Y, Stutter MI, Weigelhofer G, Shatwell T, von Tümpling W, Tittel J, Wachholz A, Borchardt D.  2021.  Bioavailable DOC : reactive nutrient ratios control heterotrophic nutrient assimilation - an experimental proof of the macronutrient-imbalance hypothesis. Biogeochemistry, Published online..
Beesley L, Marmiroli M, Pagaono L, Pigoni V, Fellet G, Fresno T, Vamerali T, Bandiera M, Marmiroli N.  2013.  Biochar addition to an arsenic contaminated soil increases arsenic concentrations in the pore water but reduces uptake to tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum L.). Science of the Total Environment. 454-455:598-603.
Puga AP, Abreu CA, Melo LCA, Beesley L.  2015.  Biochar application to a contaminated soil reduces the availability and plant uptake of zinc, lead and cadmium. Journal of Environmental Management. 159:86-93.
Singh BK, Tate KR.  2007.  Biochemical and molecular characterisation of methanotrophs in soil from a pristine New Zealand beech forest. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 275(1):89-97.
Bowen SR, Gregorich EG, Hopkins DW.  2009.  Biochemical properties and biodegradation of dissolved organic matter from soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 45:733-742. Abstract
Ali S, Khan SJ, Allan R, Hashmi I.  2020.  Biocidal potential of electrochemically activated solutions (ECAS) against Aeromonas sp. Enterobacter sp. and Escherichia coli in tap water. Journal of Water Process Engineering. 36:ArticleNo.101328.
Gallego-Sala AV, Clark JM, House JI, Orr HG, Prentice IC, Smith P, Farewell T, Chapman SJ.  2010.  Bioclimatic envelope model of climate change impacts on blanket peatland distribution in Great Britain. Climate Research. 45:151-162.
Grüning B, Dale R, Sjödin A, Chapman BA, Rowe J, Tomkins-Tinch CH, Valieris R, Caprez A, Batut B, Haudgaard M et al..  2018.  Bioconda: A sustainable and comprehensive software distribution for the life sciences. Nature Methods. 15:475-476.
Stutter MI, Richards S, Dawson JJC.  2013.  Biodegradability of natural dissolved organic matter collected from a UK moorland stream. Water Research. 47:1169-1180.
Hough RL.  2014.  Biodiversity and human health: evidence for casuality? Biodiversity and Conservation. 23:267-288.
Britton AJ, Beale CM, Towers W, Hewison RL.  2009.  Biodiversity gains and losses: evidence for homogenisation of Scottish alpine vegetation. Biological Conservation. 142:1728-1739.
Primack RB, Miller-Rushing AJ, Corlett RT, Devictor V, Johns DM, Loyola R, Maas B, Pakeman RJ, Pejchar L.  2018.  Biodiversity gains? The debate on changes in local- vs global-scale species richness Biological Conservation. 219:A1-A3.
Evans DM, Altwegg R, Garner TWJ, Gompper ME, Gordon IJ, Johnson JA, Pettorelli N.  2015.  Biodiversity offsetting: what are the challenges, opportunities and research priorities for animal conservation? Animal Conservation. 18:1-3.
White PJ, Thompson JA, Wright G, Rasmussen SK.  2017.  Biofortifying Scottish potatoes with zinc. Plant and Soil. 411:151-165.
Tumwesige V, Fulford D, Davidson GC.  2014.  Biogas appliances in Sub-Sahara Africa. Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:40-50.
Dawson JJC, Adhikari YR, Soulsby C, Stutter MI.  2012.  The biogeochemical reactivity of suspended particulate matter at nested sites in the Dee basin, NE Scotland. Science of the Total Environment. 434:159-170.
Lemaire B, Chimphango S, Stirton C, Rafundeen S, Honnay O, Smets E, Chen WM, Sprent JI, James EK, Muasya AM.  2016.  Biogeographical patterns of legume-nodulating Burkholderia spp.: from African Fynbos to continental scales. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 82:5099-5115.
Sprent JI, Ardley J, James EK.  2017.  Biogeography of nodulated legumes and their nitrogen fixing symbionts - Tansley review. New Phytologist. 215:40-56.
Botnen SS, Davey ML, Aas AB, Carlsen T, Thoen E, Heegaard E, Vik U, Dresch P, Mundra S, Peintner U et al..  2019.  Biogeography of plant root-associated fungal communities in the North Atlantic region mirrors climatic variability. Journal of Biogeography. 46:1532-1546.
Katayama T, Wilkinson MD, Aoki-Kinoshita KF, Kawashima S, Yamamoto Y, Yamaguchi A, Okamoto S, Kawano S, Kim JD, Wang Y et al..  2014.  BioHackathon series in 2011 and 2012: penetration of ontology and linked data in life science domains. Journal of Biomedical Semantics. 5
Hallett PD, Lichner L, Cerda A.  2010.  Biohydrology: coupling biology and soil hydrology from pores to landscapes preface. Ecohydrology. 3:379-381.
Griffiths BS, Daniell TJ, Donn S, Neilson R.  2012.  Bioindication potential of using molecular characterisation of the nematode community: response to soil tillage. European Journal of Soil Biology. 49:92-97.
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
Kuan HL, Hallett PD, Griffiths BS, Gregory AS, Watts CW, Whitmore AP.  2007.  The biological and physical stability and resilience of a selection of Scottish soils to stresses. European Journal of Soil Science. 58:811-821. Abstract
Hopkins M, Finlayson G, Duarte C, Gibbons C, Johnstone AM, Whybrow S, Horgan GW, Blundell JE, Stubbs RJ.  2019.  Biological and psychological mediators of the relationships between fat mass, fat-free mass and energy intake. International Journal of Obesity. 43:233-242.
Woodward FI, Bardgett RD, Raven JA, Hetherington AM.  2009.  Biological approaches to global environmental change: mitigation and remediation. Current Biology. 19:R615-R623.
Blok VC, Phillips MS.  2012.  Biological characterisation of Globodera pallida from Idaho. Nematology. 14:817-826.
Subbarao GV, Sahrawat KL, Nakahara K, Ishikawa T, Rao GP, Hash CT, George TS, Kishii M, Rao PS, Nardi P et al..  2012.  Biological nitrification inhibition (BNI) - a novel strategy to regulate nitrification in agricultural systems. Advances in Agronomy. 114:249-302.
Subbarao GV, Kishii M, Nakahara K, Ishikawa T, Ban T, Tsujimoto H, George TS, Berry WL, Hash CT, Ito O.  2009.  Biological nitrification inhibition (BNI) - Is there potential for genetic interventions in Triticeae? Breeding Science. 59:529-545.
Li YY, Zhang Y, Chapman SJ, Yao HY.  2021.  Biological nitrification inhibition by sorghum root exudates impacts ammonia-oxidizing bacteria but not ammonia-oxidizing archaea. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 57:399-407.
Hetherington AM, Raven JA.  2005.  The biology of carbon dioxide. Current Biology. 15:406-410.
Liu HT, White PJ, Li CJ.  2016.  Biomass partitioning and rhizosphere responses of maize and faba bean to phosphorus deficiency. Crop and Pasture Science. 67:847-856.
Holland JE, Hayes RC, Refshauge G, Poile J, Newell MT, Conyers MK.  2019.  Biomass, feed quality, mineral concentration and grain yield responses to potassium fertiliser of dual-purpose crops. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. 62:476-494.
Loades KW, Bengough AG, Bransby MF, Hallett PD.  2013.  Biomechanics of nodal, seminal and lateral roots of barley: effects of diameter, waterlogging and mechanical impedance. Plant and Soil. 370:407-418.
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