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McKenzie SW, Hentley WT, Hails RS, Jones TH, Vanbergen AJ, Johnson SN.  2013.  Global climate change and above-belowground insect herbivore interactions. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4:412.
de Ruiter H, Macdiarmid JI, Matthews RB, Kastner T, Smith P.  2016.  Global cropland and greenhouse gas impacts of the UK food supply are increasingly located overseas. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 13:ArticleNo.20151001.
Jeliazkov A, Mijatovic D, Chantepie S, Andrew N, Arlettaz R, Barbaro L, Barsoum N, Bartonova A, Belskaya E, Bonada N et al..  2020.  A global database for metacommunity ecology, integrating species, traits, environment and space. Scientific Data. 7:1-15.
Harris G, Thirgood, S.J.; Redpath S, Hopcraft G, Berger J.  2009.  Global decline in aggregated migrations of large terrestrial mammals. Endangered Species Research. 7:55-76.
Pyhala A, Fernandez-Llamazares A, Lehvavirta H, Byg A, Ruiz-Mallen I, Salpeteur M, Thorton TF.  2016.  Global environmental change: local perceptions, understandings, and explanations. Ecology and Society. 21:ArticleNo.25.
Kumssa DB, Joy EJM, Ander EL, Watts MJ, Young SD, Rosanoff A, White PJ, Walker S, Broadley MR.  2015.  Global magnesium supply in the food chain. Crop and Pasture Science. 66:1278-1289.
Fowler D, Pyle JA, Raven JA, Sutton MA.  2013.  The global nitrogen cycle in the twenty-first century: introduction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B. 368:ArticleNo.20130165..
Yeluripati JB, del Prado A, Sanz-Cobena A, Rees R, Li C, Chadwick D, Tilston E, Topp CFE, Cardenas L, Ingraham P et al..  2015.  Global Research Alliance Modelling Platform (GRAMP): An open web platform for modelling greenhouse gas emissions from agro-ecosystems. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 111:112-120.
Giltrap D, Yeluripati J, Smith P, Fitton N, Smith W, Grant B, Dorich CD, Deng J, Topp CFE, Abdalla M et al..  2020.  Global Research Alliance N2O chamber methodology guidelines: Summary of modeling approaches. Journal of Environmental Quality. 49:1168-1185.
Liu B, Martre P, Ewert F, Porter JR, Challinor AJ, Mueller C, Ruane AC, Waha K, Thorburn PJ, Aggarwal PK et al..  2019.  Global wheat production with 1.5 and 2.0 degrees C above pre-industrial warming. Global Change Biology. 25:1428-1444.
Mei Y, Wright KM, Haegeman A, Bauters L, Diaz-Granados A, Goverse A, Gheysen G, Jones TJ, Mantelin S.  2018.  The Globodera pallida SPRYSEC effector GpSPRY-414-2 that suppresses plant defenses targets a regulatory component of the dynamic microtubule network. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9:ArticleNo.1019.
Lobley GE, Johnstone AM, Fyfe C, Horgan GW, Holtrop G, Bremner DM, Broom I, Schweiger L, Welch A.  2014.  Glucose uptake by the brain on chronic high-protein weight-loss diets with either moderate or low amounts of carbohydrate. British Journal of Nutrition. 111:586-597.
McDougall GJ, Foito A, Dobson G, Austin C, Sungartas J, Su S, Wang L, Feng C, Li S, Wang L et al..  2020.  Glutathionyl-S-chlorogenic acid is present in fruit of Vaccinium species, potato tubers and apple juice. Food Chemistry. 330:ArticleNo.127227.
Davies HV.  2005.  GM organisms and the EU regulatory environment.. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 64:481-486.
Orskov ER.  2011.  Goat production on a global basis. Small Ruminant Research. 98:9-11.
Wakjira D, Fischer A, Pinard M.  2013.  Governance change and institutional adaptation: a case study from Harenna Forest, Ethiopia. Environmental Management. 51:912-985.
Slee B.  2011.  Governance, multifunctional forestry and economic literacy. Scottish Forestry. 65:18-23.
Waylen KA, Blackstock KL, Tindale SJ, Juarez Bourke A.  2019.  Governing integration: insights from integrating implementation of European water policies. Water. 11:ArticleNo.598.
Blackstock KL, Dinnie E, Dilley R.  2017.  Governing the Cairngorms National Park - revisiting the neglected concept of authority. Journal of Rural Studies. 52:12-20.
Jacobs AAA, Scheper JA, Benvenutti MA, Gordon IJ, Poppi DP, Elgersma A.  2013.  Gradients in fracture force and grazing resistance across canopy layers in seven tropical grass species. Grass and Forage Science. 68:278-287.
Newton AC, Guy DC, Hackett CA.  2019.  Grain and straw yield interactions in barley cultivar mixtures. Journal of Agricultural Science. 157:117-128.
Shaaf S, Sharma R, Baloch FS, Badaeva ED, Knupffer H, Kilian B, Ozkan H.  2016.  The grain Hardness locus characterized in a diverse wheat panel (Triticum aestivum L.) adapted to the central part of the Fertile Crescent: genetic diversity, haplotype structure, and phylogeny. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 291:1259-1275.
Pascoalino JAL, Thompson JA, Wright G, Franco FA, Scheeren PL, Pauletti V, Moraes MF, White PJ.  2018.  Grain zinc concentrations differ among Brazilian wheat genotypes and respond to zinc and nitrogen supply. PLoS ONE. 13:ArticleNo.e0199464.
Bierman S, Glasbey CA.  2009.  A graphical method for dating chicks using bivariate body measurements. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics. 14:443-451.
Raven JA, Thomas H.  2010.  Grasses. Current Biology. 20:R837-R839.
Dengler J, Wagner V, Dembicz I, García-Mijangos I, Naqinezhad A, Boch S, Chiarucci A, Conradi T, Filibeck G, Guarino R et al..  2018.  GrassPlot - a database of multi-scale plant diversity in Palaearctic grasslands. Phytocoenologia. 48:331-347.
Dengler J, Wagner V, Dembicz I, García-Mijangos I, Naqinezhad A, Boch S, Chiarucci A, Conradi T, Filibeck G, Guarino R et al..  2018.  GrassPlot - a database of multi-scale plant diversity in Palaearctic grasslands. Phytocoenologia. 48:331-347.
Oom SP, Hester AJ, Legg CJ.  2010.  Grazing across grass: shrub boundaries: Can spatial heterogeneity increase resistance? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 139(1-2):159-166.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, van der Wal R, Woodin SJ.  2012.  Grazing exclusion and phosphorus addition as potential local management options for the restoration of alpine moss-sedge heath. Biological Conservation. 153:17-24.
Littlewood NA, Pakeman RJ, Pozsgai G.  2012.  Grazing impacts on Auchenorrhyncha diversity and abundance on a Scottish upland estate. Insect Conservation and Diversity. 5:67-74.
Littlewood NA.  2008.  Grazing impacts on moth diversity and abundance on a Scottish upland estate. Insect Conservation and Diversity. 1:151-160.
Donn S, Neilson R, Griffiths BS, Daniell TJ.  2011.  Greater coverage of the phylum Nematoda for SSU rDNA studies. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 47:333-339.
Roe J, Ward Thompson C, Aspinall P, Brewer MJ, Duff EI, Miller DR, Mitchell R, Clow A.  2013.  Green space and stress: evidence from cortisol measures in deprived urban communities. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Makarov VV, Love AJ, Sinitsyna OV, Makarova SS, Yaminsky IV, Taliansky ME, Kalinina NO.  2014.  "Green" nanotechnologies: synthesis of metal nanoparticles using plants. Acta Naturae. 6:35-44.
Amponsah NY, Troldborg M, Kington B, Aalders I, Hough RL.  2014.  Greenhouse gas emissions from renewable energy sources: A review of lifecycle considerations. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 39:461-475.
Wang G, Liang Y, Ren F, Yang X, Mi Z, Gao Y, George TS, Zhang Z.  2018.  Greenhouse gas emissions from the Tibetan alpine grassland: Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus addition. Sustainability. 10:ArticleNo.4454.
Fitton N, Ejerenwa C, Bhogal A, Edgington P, Black HIJ, Lilly A, Barraclough D, Worral F, Hillier J, Smith P.  2011.  Greenhouse gas mitigation potential of agricultural land in Great Britain. Soil Use and Management.. 27:491-501.
Currie M, Lackova P, Dinnie E.  2016.  Greenspace matters: exploring links between greenspace, gender and well-being with conservation volunteers. Landscape Research. 41:641-651.
Pozsgai G, Littlewood NA.  2014.  Ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) population declines and phenological changes: is there a connection? Ecological Indicators. 41:15-24.
Lian X, Zhang T, Ca SYJ, Thirgood SJ.  2007.  Group size affects foraging and vigilance in migratory Tibetan antelope. Behavioural Processes. 76(3):192-197.
Marselle MR, Warber SL, Irvine KN.  2019.  Growing resilience through interaction with nature: can group walks in nature buffer the effect of stressful life events on mental health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16:ArticleNo,986.
Marselle MR, Warber SL, Irvine KN.  2019.  Growing resilience through interaction with nature: can group walks in nature buffer the effect of stressful life events on mental health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16:ArticleNo,986.
Keefover-Ring K, Rubert-Nason KF, Bennett AE, Lindroth RL.  2016.  Growth and chemical responses of trembling aspen to simulated browsing and ungulate saliva. Journal of Plant Ecology. 9:474-484.
Dimier C, Brunet C, Geider RD, Raven JA.  2009.  Growth and photoregulation dynamics of the picoeukaryote Pelagomonas calceolata in fluctuating light. Limnology and Oceanography. 54:823-836.
Speed J, Austrheim G, Hester AJ, Mysterud A.  2011.  Growth limitation of mountain birch caused by sheep browsing at the altitudinal treeline. Forest Ecology and Management. 261:1344-1352.
Nygren CMR, Eberhardt U, Karlsson M, Parrent JL, Lindahl BD, Taylor AFS.  2008.  Growth on nitrate and occurrence of nitrate reductase-encoding genes in a phylogenetically diverse range of ectomycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist. 180(4):875-889.
Fanesi A, Raven JA, Giordano M.  2014.  Growth rate affects the responses of the green alga Tetraselmis suecica to external perturbations. Plant Cell and Environment. 37:512-519.
Giordano M, Palmucci M, Raven JA.  2015.  Growth rate hypothesis and efficiency of protein synthesis under different sulphate concentrations in two green algae. Plant Cell and Environment. 38:2313-2317.
Britton AJ, Fisher JM.  2008.  Growth responses of low-alpine dwarf-shrub heath species to nitrogen deposition and management. Environmental Pollution. 153(3):564-573.

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