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Yao HY, Chapman SJ, Thornton B, Paterson E.  2015.  C-13 PLFAs: a key to open the soil microbial black box? Plant and Soil. 392:3-15.
Bos JIB, Kanneganti T-D, Young C, Cakir C, Huitema E, Win J, Armstrong MR, Birch PRJ, Kamoun S.  2006.  The C-terminal half of Phytophthora infestans RXLR effector AVR3a is sufficient to trigger R3a-mediated hypersensitivity and suppress INF1-induced cell death in Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Journal. 48:165-176. Abstract
Peter KA, Gildow FE, Palukaitis P, Gray SM.  2009.  The C-terminus of the Polerovirus P5 readthrough domain limits virus infection to the phloem. Journal of Virology. 83:5419-5429. Abstract
Roberts K, Granum E, Leegood RC, Raven JA.  2007.  C3 and C4 pathways of photosynthetic carbon assimilation in marine diatoms are under genetic, not environmental, control. Plant Physiology. 145:230-235. Abstract
Chaudri A, McGrath S, Gibbs P, Chambers B, Carlton-Smith C, Godley A, Bacon J, Campbell CD, Aitken M.  2007.  Cadmium availability to wheat grain in soils treated with sewage sludge or metal salts. Chemosphere. 66(8):1415-1423.
Puga AP, Abreu CA, Melo LCA, Paz-Ferreiro J, Beesley L.  2015.  Cadmium, lead, and zinc mobility and plant uptake in a mine soil amended with sugarcane straw biochar. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22:17606-17614.
Wiesel L, Dubchak S, Turnau K, Broadley MR, White PJ.  2015.  Caesium inhibits the colonization of Medicago truncatula by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 141:57-61.
Vanholme R, Cesarino I, Rataj K, Xiao Y, Sundin L, Goeminne G, Kim H, Cross J, Morreel K, Araujo P et al..  2013.  Caffeoyl Shikimate Esterase (CSE) is an enzyme in the lignin biosynthetic pathway. Science. 341:1103-1106.
Kim S-H, Ryabov EV, Kalinina N, Rakitina DV, Gillespie T, MacFarlane SA, Haupt S, Brown JWS, Taliansky ME.  2007.  Cajal bodies and the nucleolus are required for a plant virus systemic infection. EMBO Journal. 26:2169-2179. Abstract
Love AJ, Yu CL, Petukhova NV, Kalinina NO, Chen JP, Taliansky ME.  2016.  Cajal bodies and their role in plant stress and disease responses. RNA Biology. 14:779-790.
Mládková P, Mládek J, Hejduk S, Hejcman M, Pakeman RJ.  2018.  Calcium plus magnesium indicates digestibility. Ecology Letters. 21:885-895.
Mladkova P, Mladek J, Hejduk S, Hejcman M, Pakeman RJ.  2018.  Calcium plus magnesium indicates digestibility: the significance of the second major axis of plant chemical variation for ecological processes. Ecology Letters. 21:885-895.
Graham MC, Farmer JG, Anderson P, Paterson E, Hillier SJ, Lumsdon DG, Bewley RJF.  2006.  Calcium polysulfide remediation of hexavalent chromium from chromite ore processing residue. The Science of the Total Environment. 364(1-3):32-44.
Nayak DR, Miller DR, Nolan AJ, Smith P, Smith JU.  2010.  Calculating carbon budgets of wind farms on Scottish peatlands. Mires and Peat, Special Volume: Wind Farms on Peatland, 2008-2010. 4(Art. 9):1-23.
Gregory AS, Whalley WR, Watts CW, Bird NRA, Hallett PD, Whitmore AP.  2006.  Calculation of the compression index and precompression stress from soil compression test data. Soil and Tillage Research. 89:45-57. Abstract
Aspinall RJ, Miller JA, Franklin J.  2009.  Calculations on the back of a climate envelope: addressing the geography of species distributions. Letter to Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the paper: Beale, C., Lennon, J. and Gimona, A. (2008) Opening the climate envelope reveals no macroscale associations with climate in European birds. PNAS, 105, 14908-14912.. 106(16)
Aspinall RJ, Miller JA, Franklin J.  2009.  Calculations on the back of a climate envelope: Addressing the geography of species distributions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 106(16):E44.
Roberts AMI, Theobold CM, McNeil M.  2007.  Calibration of quantitative PCR assays. Journal of Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics. 12:364-378. Abstract
Barton CM, Alberti M, Ames D, Atkinson JA, Bales J, Burke E, Chen M, Diallo SY, Earn DJD, Fath B et al..  2020.  Call for transparency of COVID-19 models. Science. 368:482-483.
Quin S, Artz RRE, Coupar AM, Woodin SJ.  2015.  Calluna vulgaris-dominated upland heathland sequesters more CO2 annually than grass-dominated upland heathland. Science of the Total Environment.. 505:740-747.
Melo VF, Testoni SA, Dawson LA, de Lara AG, da Silvia Salvador F.  2019.  Can analysis of a small clod of soil help to solve a murder case? Science and Justice. 59:667-677.
Subedi M, Matthews RB, Pogson M, Abegaz A, Balana BB, Oyesiku-Blakemore J, Smith J.  2014.  Can biogas digesters help to reduce deforestation in Africa? Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:87-98.
van Kooten GC, Nijnik M, Bradford K.  2019.  Can carbon accounting promote economic development in forest-dependent indigenous communities? Forest Policy and Economics. 100:68-74.
Benvenutti MA, Coates DB, Bindelle J, Poppi DP, Gordon IJ.  2014.  Can faecal markers detect a short term reduction in forage intake by cattle? Animal Feed Science and Technology. 194:44-57.
Christen B, Kjeldsen C, Dalgaard T, Martin-Ortega J.  2015.  Can fuzzy cognitive mapping help in agricultural policy design and communication? Land Use Policy. 45:64-75.
Thornton B, Zhang ZL, Mayes RW, Hogberg MN, Midwood AJ.  2011.  Can gas chromatography combustion isotope ratio mass spectrometry be used to quantify organic compound abundance? Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 23:2433-2438.
Madigan A, Belka M, Taylor AFS, Kirisits T, Cleary M, Nguyen D, Elfstrand M, Woodward S.  2015.  Can Hymenoscyphus fraxineus infect hardy members of the Oleaceae other than ash species? Forest Pathology. 45:426-429.
Quilliam RS, van Niekerk MA, Chadwick DR, Cross P, Hanley N, Jones DL, Vinten AJA, Olivers DM.  2015.  Can macrophyte harvesting from eutrophic water close the loop on nutrient loss from agricultural land? Journal of Environmental Management. 152:210-217.
Irvine RJ, Fiorini S, McLeod J, Turner A, van der Wal R, Armstrong H, Yearley S, White PCL.  2009.  Can managers inform models? Integrating local knowledge into models of red deer habitat use Journal of Applied Ecology. 46(2):344-352.
Sutherland LA.  2013.  Can Organic Farmers Be 'Good Farmers'? Adding the 'taste of necessity' to the conventionalization debate Agriculture and Human Values. 30:429-441.
Townsend SE, Newey SJ, Thirgood SJ, Matthews L, Haydon DT.  2009.  Can parasites drive population cycles in mountain hares? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 276(1662):1611-1617.
Duckett D, Wynne B, Christley RM, Heathwaite AL, Mort M, Austin Z, Wastling JM, Latham SM, Alcock R, Haygarth P.  2015.  Can policy be risk-based? The cultural theory of risk and the case of livestock disease containment Sociologia Ruralis. 55:379-399.
Gilbert L.  2013.  Can restoration of afforested peatland regulate pests and disease? Journal of Applied Ecology. 50:1226-1233.
Dietrich RC, Bengough AG, Jones HG, White PJ.  2013.  Can root electrical capacitance be used to predict root mass in soil? Annals of Botany. 112:457-464.
Waylen KA, Martin-Ortega J, Blackstock KL, Brown I, Uribe BEA, Hernández SB, Bertoni MB, Bustos ML, Bayer AXC, Semerena RIE et al..  2015.  Can scenario-planning support community based natural resource management? Experiences from three countries in Latin America Ecology and Society. 20:ArticleNo.28.
Whisson SC, Vetukuri R, Avrova AO, Dixelius C.  2012.  Can silencing of transposons contribute to variation in effector gene expression in Phytophthora infestans? Mobile Genetic Elements. 2:110-114.
Nijnik M, Secco L, Miller DR, Melnykovych M.  2019.  Can social innovation make a difference to forest-dependent communities? Forest Policy and Economics. 100:207-213.
Jones HG.  2010.  Can water droplets on leaves cause leaft scorch? New Phytologist. 185:865-867.
Lienhoop N, Fischer A.  2009.  Can you be bothered? The role of participant motivation in the valuation of species conservation measures Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 52(4):519-534.
Hedley PE, Russell JR, Jorgensen L, Gordon S, Morris JA, Hackett CA, Cardle L, Brennan RM.  2010.  Candidate genes associated with bud dormancy release in blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.). BMC Plant Biology. 10:-202.
Bradshaw JE.  2008.  The Canon of Potato Science: 2. Population Genetics. Potato Research. 50:211-214. Abstract
Bradshaw JE.  2008.  The Canon of Potato Science: 4. Tetrasomic Inheritance. Potato Research. 50:219-222. Abstract
Dunn SM, Johnston L, Taylor C, Watson H, Cook Y, Langan SJ.  2013.  Capability and limitations of a simple grid-based model for simulating land use influences on stream nitrate concentrations. Journal of Hydrology. 507:110-123.
Garratt MPD, Potts SG, Banks G, Hawes C, Breeze TD, O'Connor RS, Carvell C.  2019.  Capacity and willingness of farmers and citizen scientists to monitor crop pollinators and pollination services. Global Ecology and Conservation. 20:ArticleNo.e00781.
Hanson S, Nicholls RJ, Balson P, Brown I, French JR, Spencer T.  2010.  Capturing coastal geomorphological change within regional integrated assessment: an outcome-driven fuzzy logic approach. Journal of Coastal Research. 26(5):831-842.
Phillip S, MacMillan DC.  2008.  Car park charging in the Cairngorms National Park. Scottish Geographical Journal. 122(3):204-222.

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