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Pritchard L, White JA, Birch PRJ, Toth IK.  2006.  GenomeDiagram: A python package for the visualisation of large-scale genomic data. Bioinformatics. 22:616-617. Abstract
Mascher M, Schuenemann VJ, Davidovich U, Marom N, Himmelbach A, Hubner S, Korol A, David M, Reiter E, Riehl S et al..  2016.  Genomic analysis of 6,000-year-old cultivated grain illuminates the domestication history of barley. Nature Genetics. 48:1089-1093.
Kerr PJ, Cattadori IM, Rogers MB, Fitch A, Geber A, Liu J, Sim DG, Boag B, Eden JS, Ghedin E et al..  2017.  Genomic and phenotypic characterization of myxoma virus from Great Britain reveals multiple evolutionary pathways distinct from those in Australia. PLoS Pathogens. 13:ArticleNo.e1006252.
Thorpe P, Mantelin S, Cock PJA, Blok VC, Coke MC, van Den Akker SE, Guzeeva E, Lilley CJ, Smant G, Reid AJ et al..  2014.  Genomic characterisation of the effector complement of the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida. BMC Genomics. 15
Kikuchi T, Cotton JA, Dalzell JJ, Hasegawa K, Kanzaki N, McVeigh P, Takanashi T, Tsai IJ, Assefa SA, Cock PJA et al..  2011.  Genomic insights into the origin of parasitism in the emerging plant pathogen Bursaphelenchus xylophilus. PLoS Pathogens. 7:e1002219.
Nevo E, Beharav A, Meyer RC, Hackett CA, Forster BP, Russell JR, Powell W.  2005.  Genomic microsatellite adaptive divergence of wild barley by microclimatic stress in 'Evolution Canyon', Israel. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 84:205-224. Abstract
Bryan GJ, Hein I.  2008.  Genomic resources and tools for gene function analysis in potato. International Journal of Plant Genomics. 2008:-216513.
Ramsey JS, Wilson ACC, de Vos M, Sun Q, Tamborindeguy C, Winfield A, Malloch G, Smith DM, Fenton B, Gray SM et al..  2007.  Genomic resources for Myzus persicae: EST sequencing, SNP identification, and microarray design. BMC Genomics. 8:-423. Abstract
Oakey H, Cullis B, Thompson R, Comadran J, Halpin C, Waugh R.  2016.  Genomic selection in multi-environment crop trials. G3- Genes Genomes Genetics. 6:1313-1326.
Bull TJ, Schock A, Sharp JM, Greene M, McKendrick IJ, Sales J, Linedale R, Stevenson K.  2013.  Genomic variations associated with attenuation in Mycobacterium avium subsp paratuberculosis vaccine strains. BMC Microbiology, 13, Article No.11..
Blok VC, Chapman S, Armstrong MR, Phillips M, Lilley C, Urwin P, Blanchard A, Grenier E, Jones JT.  2006.  Genomics analysis in the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida. Phytopathology. 96:S149-S149.
Pritchard L, Glover RH, Elphinstone JG, Toth IK.  2016.  Genomics and taxonomy in diagnostics for food security: soft-rotting enterobacterial plant pathogens. Analytical Methods. 8:12-24.
Birch PRJ, Cooke DEL.  2013.  Genomics: the early days of late blight. eLife. 2:e00954.
Ford KE, Gregory PJ, Gooding MJ, Pepler S.  2006.  Genotype and fungicide effects on late-season root growth of winter wheat.. Plant and Soil. 284:33-44. Abstract
Choi JG, Hong SY, Kessel GJT, Cooke DEL, Vossen JH, Cho JH, Im JS, Park YE, Cho KS.  2020.  Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of Phytophthora infestans in South Korea during 2009-2016 reveals clonal reproduction and absence of EU_13_A2 genotype. Plant Pathology. Published online..
Lambe NR, Richardson RI, Macfarlane JM, Nevison I, Haresign W, Matika O, Bunger L.  2011.  Genotypic effects of the Texel Muscling QTL (TM-QTL) on meat quality in purebred Texel lambs. Meat Science. 89:125-132.
Davies C, Ellis CJ, Iason GR, Ennos RA.  2014.  Genotypic variation in a foundation tree (Populus tremula L.) explains community structure of associated epiphytes. Biology Letters. 10:ArticleNo.20140190.
Njoroge AW, Andersson B, Lees AK, Mutai C, Forbes GA, Yuen JE, Pelle R.  2019.  Genotyping of Phytophthora infestans in Eastern Africa reveals a dominating invasive European lineage. Phytopathology. 109:670-680.
Rudmin M, Wilson MJ, Wilson L, Savichev O, Yakich T, Shaldybin M, Ruban A, Tabakaev R, Ibraeva K, Mazurov A.  2020.  Geochemical and mineralogical features of the substrates of the Vasyugan Mire, Western Siberia, Russia. Catena. 194:ArticleNo.104781.
Bessell PR, Matthews L, Smith-Palmer A, Rotariu O, Strachan NJC, Forbes KJ, Cowden J, Reid SWJ, Innocent GT.  2010.  Geographic determinants of reported human Campylobacter infections in Scotland. BMC Public Health. 10:-423.
Morera-Margarit P, Karley AJ, Mitchell C, Graham RI, Pope TW.  2020.  Geographic origin may not influence vine weevil Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Fabricius) susceptibility to the entomopathogenioc fungus Metarhiziumbrunneum (Petch). Biocontrol Science and Technology.
Rhind SM, Kyle CE, Mackie C, Yates K, Duff EI.  2011.  Geographic variation in tissue accumulation of endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) in grazing sheep. Environmental Pollution. 159:416-422.
Konecna E, Safarova D, Navratil M, Hanacek P, Coyne C, Flavell A, Vishnyakova M, Ambrose M, Redden R, Smykal P.  2014.  Geographical gradient of the eIF4E alleles conferring resistance to potyviruses in pea (Pisum) germplasm. PLoS ONE. 9:e90394-e90394.
Melkonian R, Moulin R, Bena G, Tisseyre P, Chaintreuil C, Heulin K, Rezkallah N, Klonowska A, Gonzalez S, Simon M et al..  2014.  The geographical patterns of symbiont diversity in the invasive legume Mimosa pudica can be explained by the competitiveness of its symbionts and by the host genotype. Environmental Microbiology. 16:2099-2111.
Aspinall RJ.  2010.  Geographical perspectives on climate change. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(4):715-718.
Spinney J, Aldred R, Brown KM.  2015.  Geographies of citizenship and everyday (im)mobility. Geoforum. 64:325-332.
Gadd GM, Raven JA.  2010.  Geomicrobiology of eukaryotic microorganisms. Geomicrobiology Journal. 27:491-519.
Addy S, Wilkinson ME.  2019.  Geomorphic and retention responses following the restoration of a sand-gravel bed stream. Ecological Engineering. 130:131-146.
Fieman DM, Attal M, Addy S.  2020.  Geomorphic response of a mountain gravel-bed river to an extreme flood in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology. Published online..
Pebsworth P, Hillier S, Wendler R, Glahn R, Ta CAK, Arnason J, Young SL.  2019.  Geophagy among East African chimpanzees: consumed soils provide protection from plant secondary compounds and bioavailable iron. Environmental Geochemistry and Health. 41:2911-2927.
Kutalek R, Wewalkab G, Gundacker C, Auere H, Wilson MJ, Haluzag D, Huhulescu S, Hillier S, Sagerh M, Prinz A.  2010.  Geophagy and potential health implications: geohelminths, microbes and heavy metals. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 104(12):787-795.
Greene S, Johnes PJ, Bloomfield JP, Reaney SM, Lawley R, Elkhatib Y, Freer J, Odoni N, Macleod CJA, Percy B.  2015.  A geospatial framework to support integrated biogeochemical modelling in the United Kingdom. Environmental Modelling and Software. 68:219-232.
Kent M, Moyeed RA, Reid CL, Pakeman RJ, Weaver R.  2006.  Geostatistics, spatial rate of change analysis and boundary detection in plant ecology and biogeography. Progress in Physical Geography. 30(2):201-231.
Lee JM, Davenport GF, Marshall DF, Ellis THN, Ambrose MJ, Dicks J, van Hintum TJL, Flavell AJ.  2005.  GERMINATE - A generic database for integrating genotypic and phenotypic information for plant genetic resource collections. Plant Physiology. 139:619-631. Abstract
Shaw PD, Raubach S, Hearne SJ, Dreher K, Bryan G, McKenzie G, Milne I, Stephen G, Marshall DF.  2017.  Germinate 3: Development of a common platform to support the distribution of experimental data on crop wild relatives. Crop Science. 57:1259-1273.
Clements MN, Clutton-Brock TH, Albon SD, Pemberton JM, Kruuk LEB.  2011.  Gestation length variation in a wild ungulate. Functional Ecology. 25:691-703.
Clements MN, Clutton-Brock TH, Albon SD, Pemberton LKJMEB.  2010.  Getting the timing right: antler growth phenology and sexual selection in a wild red deer population. Oecologia. 164:357-368.
Beattie JH, Nicol F, Gordon MJ, Reid MD, Cantlay L, Horgan GW, Kwun IS, Ahn JY, Ha TY.  2011.  Ginger phytochemicals mitigate the obesogenic effects of a high-fat diet in mice: a proteomic and biomarker network analysis. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 55:S203-S213.
Poggio L, Vrscaj B.  2009.  A GIS-based human health risk assessment for urban green space planning -- An example from Grugliasco (Italy). The Science of the Total Environment. 407(23):5961-5970.
Gimpel A, Stelzenmüller V, Töpsch S, Galparsoro I, Gubbins M, Miller DR, Murillas A, Murray AG, Pinarbasi K, Roca G et al..  2018.  A GIS-based tool for an integrated assessment of spatial planning trade-offs with aquaculture. Science of the Total Environment. Published online.
Gimpel A, Stelzenmüller V, Töpsch S, Galparsoro I, Gubbins M, Miller DR, Murillas A, Murray AG, Pinarbasi K, Roca G et al..  2018.  A GIS-based tool for an integrated assessment of spatial planning trade-offs with aquaculture. Science of the Total Environment. 627:1644-1655.
Limpens J, Granath G, Aerts R, Heijmans MMPD, Sheppard LJ, Bragazza L, Williams BL, Rydin H, Bubier J, Moore T et al..  2012.  Glasshouse vs field experiments: do they yield ecologically similar results for assessing N impacts on peat mosses? New Phytologist. 195:408-418.
Schoeb C, Michalet R, Cavieres LA, Pugnaire FI, Brooker RW, Butterfield BJ, Cook BJ, Kikvidze Z, Lortie CJ, Xiao S et al..  2014.  A global analysis of bidirectional interactions in alpine plant communities shows facilitators experiencing strong reciprocal fitness costs. New Phytologist. 202:95-105.
Bjorgsen Gurung A, Wymann von Dach S, Price MF, Aspinall R, Balsiger J, Baron JS, Sharma E, Greenwood G, Kohler T.  2012.  Global change and the world's mountains: research needs and emerging themes for sustainable development. A synthesis from the 2010 Perth II conference. Mountain Research and Development. 32:S47-S54.
Komatsu KJ, Avolio ML, Lemoine NP, Isbell F, Grman E, Houseman GR, Koerner SE, Johnson DS, Wilcox KR, Alatalo JM et al..  2019.  Global change effects on plant communities are magnified by time and the number of global change factors imposed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). :ArticleNo.201819027.
Komatsu KJ, Avolio ML, Lemoine NP, Isbell F, Grman E, Houseman GR, Koerner SE, Johnson DS, Wilcox KR, Alatalo JM et al..  2019.  Global change effects on plant communities are magnified by time and the number of global change factors imposed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 116:17867-17873.
Cable J, Barber I, Boag B, Ellison AR, Morgan E, Murray K, Pascoe EL, Sait SM, Wilson AJ, Booth M.  2017.  Global change, parasite transmission and disease control: lessons from ecology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences. 372:ArticleNo.20160088.

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