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de Felipe P, Luke GA, Hughes LE, Gani D, Halpin C, Ryan MD.  2006.  E unum pluribus: multiple proteins from a self-processing polyprotein. Trends in Biotechnology. 24:68-75. Abstract
Herbert LJ, Vali L, Hoyle DV, Innocent G, McKendrick IJ, Pearce MC, Mellor D, Porphyre T, Locking M, Allison L et al..  2014.  E-coli O157 on Scottish cattle farms: Evidence of local spread and persistence using repeat cross-sectional data. BMC Veterinary Research. 10
Edwards P, Farrington J, Mellish C, Philip L, Chorley AH, Hielkema F, Pignotti E, Reid R, Polhill JG, Gotts NM.  2009.  e-Social science and evidence-based policy assessment: challenges and solutions. Social Science Computer Review. 27(4):553-568.
El Zemrany H, Czarnes S, Hallett PD, Alamercery S, Bally R, Monrozier LJ.  2007.  Early changes in root characteristics of maize (Zea mays) following seed inoculation with the PGPR Azospirillum lipoferum CRT1. Plant and Soil. 291:109-118. Abstract
Devereux G, McNeill G, Newman G, Turner S, Craig L, Martindale S, Helms P, Seaton A.  2007.  Early childhood wheezing symptoms in relation to plasma selenium in pregnant mothers and neonates. Clinical and Experimental Allergy. 37:1000-1008.
Lockyer AE, Emery AM, Kane RA, Walker AJ, Mayer CD, Mitta G, Coustau C, Adema CM, Hanelt B, Rollinson D et al..  2012.  Early differential gene expression in haemocytes from resistant and susceptible biomphalaria glabrata strains in response to schistosoma mansoni. PLoS ONE, e511020. 7
Sanchez-Baracaldo P, Raven JA, Pisani D, Knoll AH.  2017.  Early photosynthetic eukaryotes inhabited low-salinity habitats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 114:E7737-E7745.
Byrne SL, Foito A, Hedley PE, Morris J, Stewart D, Barth S.  2011.  Early response mechanisms of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) to phosphorous deficiency. Annals of Botany. 107:243-254.
Pongrac P, Fischer S, Thompson JA, Wright G, White PJ.  2020.  Early responses of Brassica oleracea roots to zinc supply under sufficient and sub-optimal phosphorus supply. Frontiers in Plant Science. 10:ArticleNo.1645.
Bennett AE, Macrae A, Moore BD, Caul S, Johnson SN.  2013.  Early root herbivory impairs arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization and shifts defence allocation in Plantago lanceolata. PLoS ONE. 8:e66053.
Devereux G, Tagiyeva N, Turner S, Ayres JG, Seaton A, Hudson G, Hough RL, Campbell CD, Shand CA.  2014.  Early-life residential exposure to soil components in rural areas and childhood respiratory health and allergy. Science of the Total Environment. 466-467:338-344.
Garcia-Palacios P, Bowker MA, Chapman SJ, Maestre FT, Soliveres S, Gallardo A, Valladares F, Guerrero C, Castillo-Monroy AP, Escudero A.  2011.  Early-successional vegetation changes after roadside prairie restoration modify soil functioning by changing microbial functional diversity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 43:1245-1253.
Som S, Buick R, Hagadorn JW, Blake TS, Perreault JM, Harnmeijer J, Catling DC.  2016.  Earth's air pressure 2.7 billion years ago constrained to less than half of modern levels. Nature Geoscience. Published online..
Som S, Buick R, Hagadorn JW, Blake TS, Perreault JM, Harnmeijer J, Catling DC.  2016.  Earth's air pressure 2.7 billion years ago constrained to less than half of modern levels. Nature Geoscience. 9:448-451.
Nadeau PH.  2011.  Earth's energy "Golden Zone": a synthesis from mineralogical research. Clay Minerals. 46:1-24.
Barr P, McKenzie BM, Hallett PD.  2009.  Earthworms bring compacted and loose soils to a similar mechanical state. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41:656-658. Abstract
Yang D, Zhang T, Zhang K, Greenwood DJ, Hammond JP, White PJ.  2009.  An easily implemented agro-hydrological procedure with dynamic root simulation for water transfer in the crop-soil system: Validation and application. Journal of Hydrology. 370:177-190. Abstract
Small LA.  2007.  East meets West: Utilising western literature to conceptualise post-Soviet agrarian change. Journal of Peasant Studies. 34(1):29-50.
Howland BWA, Stojanovic D, Gordon IJ, Manning AD, Lindenmayer DB.  2014.  Eaten out of house and home: impacts of grazing on ground-dwelling reptiles in Australian grasslands and grassy woodlands. PLoS ONE. 9:e105966.
Broadley MR, White PJ.  2010.  Eats roots and leaves. Can edible horticultural crops address dietary calcium, magnesium and potassium deficiencies? Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 69:601-612.
Krogh PH, Griffiths BS.  2007.  ECOGEN - Soil ecological and economic evaluation of genetically modified crops. Pedobiologia. 51:171-173. Abstract
Mitchell RJ, Campbell CD, Chapman SJ, Cameron CM.  2010.  The ecological engineering impact of a single tree species on the soil microbial community. Journal of Ecology. 98(1):50-61.
Krivtsov V, Bezginova T, Salmond R, Liddell K, Garside A, Thompson J, Palfreyman JW, Staines HJ, Brendler A, Griffiths BS et al..  2006.  Ecological interactions between fungi, other biota and forest litter composition in a unique Scottish woodland. Forestry. 79:201-216. Abstract
Stokes A, Douglas GB, Fourcaud T, Giadrossich F, Gillies C, Hubble T, Kim JH, Loades KW, Mao Z, McIvor IR et al..  2014.  Ecological mitigation of hillsope instability: ten key issues facing researchers and practitioners. Plant and Soil. 377:1-23.
Krivtsov V, Garside A, Bezginova T, Thompson J, Palfreyman JW, Salmond R, Liddell K, Brendler A, Griffiths BS, Watling R et al..  2006.  Ecological study of the forest litter meiofauna of a unique Scottish woodland. Animal Biology. 56:69-93. Abstract
Andow DA, Lovei GL, Arpaia S, Wilson L, Fontes EMG, Hilbeck A, Lang A, Van Tuat N, Pires CSS, Sujii ER et al..  2013.  An ecologically-based method for selecting ecological indicators for assessing risks to biological diversity from genetically-engineered plants. Journal of Biosafety. 22:141-156.
Gomez-Limon JA, Martin-Ortega J.  2013.  The economic analysis in the implementation of the water framework directive in Spain. International Journal of River Basin Management. 11:301-310.
Nijnik M, Pajot G, Moffat A, Slee B.  2013.  An economic analysis of the establishment of forest plantations in the United Kingdom to mitigate climatic change. Forest Policy and Economics. 26:34-42.
McAllister RRJ, G. TJ, Reeson AF, Gordon IJ.  2011.  Economic behavior in the face of resource variability and uncertainty. Ecology and Society. 16:6.
Hanley N, Roberts M.  2019.  The economic benefits of invasive species management. People and Nature. 1:124-137.
Babulo B, Muys B, Nega F, Tollens E, Nyssen J, Deckers J, Mathijs E.  2009.  The economic contribution of forest resource use to rural livelihoods in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia. Forest Policy and Economics. 11(2):123-131.
Martin-Ortega J.  2012.  Economic prescriptions and policy applications in the implementation of the Water Framework Directive. Environmental Science and Policy. 24:83-91.
Tinch R, Beaumon N, Sunderlan T, Ozdemiroglu E, Barton D, Bowe C, Borger T, Burgess P, Cooper CN, Faccioli M et al..  2019.  Economic valuation of ecosystem goods and services: a review for decision makers. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy. 8:359-378.
Mesa-Jurado MA, Martin-Ortega J, Ruto E, Berbel J.  2012.  The economic value of guaranteed water supply for irrigation under scarcity conditions. Agricultural Water Management. 113:10-18.
Moran D, Dunn SM.  2008.  The economic value of water use: implications for implementing the Water Framework Directive in Scotland. Journal of Environmental Management. 87(3):484-496.
Abdul-Salam Y, Hawes C, Roberts D, Young M.  2019.  The economics of alternative crop production systems in the context of farmer participation in carbon trading markets. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. 43:67-91.
Raven JA, Hurd CL.  2012.  Ecophysiology of photosynthesis in macroalgae. Photosynthesis Research. 113:105-125.
Wookey PA, Aerts R, Bardgett RD, Baptist F, Brathan KA, Cornelissen JHC, Gough L, Hartley IP, Hopkins DW, Lavorerl S et al..  2009.  Ecosystem feedbacks and cascade processes: understanding their role in the responses of Arctic and alpine ecosystems to environmental change. Global Change Biology. 15:1153-1172. Abstract
Tingem Munang R, Thiaw I, Rivington M.  2011.  Ecosystem management: tomorrow's approach to enhancing food security under a changing climate. Sustainability. 3:937-954.
Everard M, Kangabam R, Kumar Tiwari M, McInnes RJ, Kumar R, Talukdar GH, Dixon H, Joshi P, Allan R, Joshi D et al..  2019.  Ecosystem service assessment of selected wetlands of Kolkata and the Indian Gangetic Delta: multi-beneficial systems under differentiated management stress. Wetlands Ecology and Management. Published online..
Setten G, Brown KM.  2018.  Ecosystem services as an integrative framework: what is the potential? Land Use Policy. 75:549-556.
Aspinall R, Gregory P.  2013.  Ecosystem services: nature's balance sheet. Science. 342:421-421.
Getnet K, Mekuria W, Langan S, Rivington M, Novo P, Black HIJ.  2017.  Ecosystem-based interventions and farm household welfare in degraded areas: Comparative evidence from Ethiopia. Agricultural Systems. 154:53-62.
Fransson PMA, Anderson IC, Alexander IJ.  2007.  Ectomycorrhizal fungi in culture respond differently to increased carbon availability. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 61(2):246-257.
Anderson IC, Cairney JWG.  2007.  Ectomycorrhizal fungi: exploring the mycelial frontier. FEMS Microbiology Reviews. 31(4):388-406.
Wypijewski K, Hornyik C, Shaw JA, Stephens J, Goraczniak R, Gunderson SI, Lacomme C.  2009.  Ectopic 5' splice sites inhibit gene expression by engaging RNA surveillance and silencing pathways in plants. Plant Physiology. 151:955-965.
Pakeman RJ, Small JL, Torvell L.  2012.  Edaphic factors influence the longevity of seeds in the soil. Plant Ecology. 213:57-65.

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