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Moore EK, Iason GR, Pemberton JM, Bryce J, Dayton N, Britton AJ, Pakeman RJ.  2018.  Habitat impact assessment detects spatially driven patterns of grazing impacts in habitat mosaics but overestimates damage. Journal for Nature Conservation.
Maffey G, Reed M, Irvine RJ, van der Wal R.  2013.  Habitat monitoring in the wider countryside: A case study on the pursuit of innovation in red deer management. Journal of Environmental Management. 128:779-786.
Howland BWA, Stojanovic D, Gordon IJ, Fletcher D, Snape M, Stirnemann IA, Lindenmayer DB.  2016.  Habitat preference of the striped legless lizard: Implications of grazing by native herbivores and livestock for conservation of grassland biota. Austral Ecology. 41:455-464.
Marubini F, Gimona A, Evans PGH, Wright PJ, Pierce GJ.  2009.  Habitat preferences and interannual variability in occurrence of the harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena off north-west Scotland (UK). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 381:297-310.
Wakelin SA, Macdonald LM, Rogers SL, Gregg AL, Baldock JA, Bolger TP.  2008.  Habitat selective factors influencing the structural composition and functional capacity of microbial communities in agricultural soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40(3):803-813.
Littlewood NA, Young MR.  2008.  A habitat suitability model for the narrow-headed ant formica exsecta evaluated against independent data. Insect Conservation and Diversity. 1(2):108-113.
Erhard HW, Elston DA, Davidson GC.  2006.  Habituation and extinction in an approach/avoidance test: an example with sheep. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 99:132-144.
Langridge P, Waugh R.  2019.  Harnessing the potential of germplasm collections. Nature Genetics. 51:200-201.
Adu M, Marshall J, Newton AC, Holden N.  2016.  Harpin confers some protection against bacterial pathogens of horticultural crops. The Dundee Conference: Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2016, Dundee, 23-24 February 2016.. :35-42.
Raven JA.  2015.  Harry Smith, FRS: co-founding editor and first Chief Editor of Plant, Cell and Environment. Plant, Cell and Environment. 38:1453-1454.
Waugh R, Leader DJ, McCallum N, Caldwell D.  2006.  Harvesting the potential of induced biological diversity. Trends in Plant Science. 11:71-79. Abstract
Muehlbauer GJ, Bhau BS, Syed NH, Heinen S, Cho S, Marshall DF, Pateyron S, Buisine N, Chalhoub B, Flavell AJ.  2006.  A hAT superfamily tranposase recruited by the cereal grass genome. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 275:553-563. Abstract
Johnston S, Grune T, Bell L, Murray S, Souter D, Erwin S, Yearsley J, Gordon I, Illius A, Kyriazakis I et al..  2006.  Having it all - historical energy intakes do not generate the anticipated trade-offs in fecundity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 273(1592):1369-1374.
Cuesta-Marcos A, Igartua E, Ciudad FJ, Codesal P, Russell JR, Molina-Cano J-L, Moralejo MA, Sz P, Gracia MP, Lasa JM et al..  2008.  Heading date QTL in a spring x winter barley cross evaluated in Mediterranean environments. Molecular Breeding. 21:455-471. Abstract
Reynolds CJ, Horgan GW, Whybrow S, Macdiarmid JI.  2019.  Healthy and sustainable diets that meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets and are affordable for different income groups in the UK. Public Health Nutrition. 22:1503-1517.
Avery LM, Williams AP, Killham K, Jones DL.  2009.  Heat and lime treatment as an effective control method of e-coli O157:H7 in organic wastes. Bioresource Technology. 100(10):2692-2698.
Payne RJ, Caporn SJM, Field CD, Carroll JA, Edmondson JL, Britton AJ, Dise NB.  2014.  Heather moorland vegetation and air pollution: a comparison and synthesis of three national gradient studies. Payne, R.J.; Caporn, S.J.M.; Field, C.D.; Carroll, J.A.; Edmondson, J.L.; Britton, A.J.; Dise, N.B. Water, Air and Soil Pollution.. 225:ArticleNo.1198.
Cui S, Zhang F, Hu P, Hough RL, Fu Q, Zhang Z, An L, Li YF, Li K, Liu D et al..  2019.  Heavy metals in sediment from the urban and rural rivers in Harbin City, Northeast China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16:ArticleNo.4313.
Mansfield L, Burton R, Schwarz G, Brown K, Convery I.  2006.  The heft: a multifunctional management tool. The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management. 2:238-241.
Shaw PD, Graham M, Kennedy J, Milne I, Marshall DF.  2014.  Helium: visualization of large scale plant pedigrees. BMC Bioinformatics. 15
Nuopponen M, Shepherd T, Birch GM, Verrall SR, Stewart D.  2006.  Hemicelluloses and pectins in 25 tropical hardwoods. Cellulose Chemistry and Technology. 40:735-738. Abstract
Redpath SM, Thirgood SJ.  2009.  Hen harriers and red grouse: moving towards consensus? Journal of Applied Ecology. 46(5):961-963.
Thirgood SJ, Redpath S.  2008.  Hen harriers and red grouse: science, politics and human-wildlife conflict. Journal of Applied Ecology. 45(5):1488-1492.
Vuorinen KEM, Rao SJ, Hester AJ, Speed JDM.  In Press.  Herbivory and climate as drivers of woody plant growth - do deer decrease the impacts of warming? Ecological Applications. Published online..
Chen YP, Prashar A, Erichsen JT, To CH, Hocking PM, Guggenheim JA.  2011.  Heritability of ocular component dimensions in chickens: genetic variants controlling susceptibility to experimentally-induced myopia and pre-treatment eye size are distinct. Investigative Opthalmology & Visual Science. 52:4012-4020.
Begg GS, Elliott MJ, Cullen DW, Iannetta PPM, Squire GR.  2008.  Heterogeneity in the distribution of genetically modified and conventional oilseed rape within fields and seed lots. Transgenic Research. 17:805-816. Abstract
Nijnik M, Nijnik, M.; Mather A, Bergsma E, Matthews R.  2014.  Heterogeneity of experts' opinion regarding opinion regarding opportunities and challenges of tackling defrestation in the tropics: a Q methodology application. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 19:621-640.
James MC, Gilbert L, Bowman AS, Forbes KJ.  2014.  The heterogeneity, distribution and environmental associations of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato, the agent of Lyme borreliosis, in Scotland. Frontiers in Public Health, 2, Article 129. 2
Wang X, Feng J, White PJ, Shen J, Cheng L.  2020.  Heterogeneous phosphate supply influences maize lateral root proliferation by regulating auxin redistribution. Annals of Botany. 125:119-130.
Li X, Yeluripati J, Jones EO, Uchida Y, Hatano R.  2015.  Hierarchical Bayesian calibration of nitrous oxide (N2O) and nitrogen monoxide (NO) flux module of an agro-ecosystem model: ECOSSE. Ecological Modelling. 316:14-27.
Theobold CM, Chatterjee A, Horgan GW.  2012.  A hierarchical Bayesian mixture model for repeated dietary records. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 50:320-327.
Li X, Ishikura W, Wang CY, Yeluripati JB, Hatano R.  2015.  Hierarchical Bayesian model approach for estimating soil CO2 flux: a case study in central Hokkaido, Japan. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 61:116-132.
Aderhold A, Husmeier D, Lennon JJ, Beale CM, Smith VA.  2012.  Hierarchical Bayesian models in ecology: Reconstructing species interaction networks from non-homogeneous species abundance data. Ecological Informatics. 11:55-64.
Qi Z, Hampton CR, Shin R, Barkla BJ, White PJ, Schachtman DP.  2008.  The high affinity K+ transporter AtHAK5 plays a physiological role in planta at very low K+ concentrations and provides a caesium uptake pathway in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany. 59:595-607. Abstract
Varshney RK, Marcel TC, Ramsay L, Russell JR, R MS, Stein N, Waugh R, Langridge P, Niks RE, Graner A.  2007.  A high density barley microsatellite consensus map with 775 SSR loci. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 114:1091-1103. Abstract
Opik M, Moora M, Zobel M, Saks U, Wheatley RE, Wright F, Daniell TJ.  2008.  High diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a boreal, herb-rich, coniferous forest. New Phytologist. 179:867-876. Abstract
Wachowiak W, Salmela MJ, Ennos RA, Iason GR, Cavers S.  2011.  High genetic diversity at the extreme range edge: nucleotide variation at nuclear loci in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Scotland. Heredity. 106:775-787.
de Roos B, Wanders AJ, Wood S, Horgan GW, Rucklige G, Reid M, Siebelink E, Brouwer IA.  2011.  A high intake of industrial or ruminant trans fatty acids does not affect the plasma proteome in healthy men. Proteomics. 11:3928-3934.
Shaughnessy LJ, Smith LA, Evans J, Anderson D, Caldow G, Marion G, Low JC, Hutchings MR.  2013.  High prevalence of paratuberculosis in rabbits is associated with difficulties in controlling the disease in cattle. Veterinary Journal. 198:267-270.
Zhang RX, Calixto CPG, Marquez Y, Venhuizen P, Tzioutziou NA, Guo WB, Spensley M, Entizne JC, Lewandowska D, Ten Have S et al..  2017.  A high quality Arabidopsis transcriptome for accurate transcript-level analysis of alternative splicing. Nucleic Acids Research. 45:5061-5073.
Brown JWS, Calixto CPG, Zhang RX.  2017.  High quality reference transcript datasets hold the key to transcript-specific RNA-seq analysis in plants. New Phytologist. 213:525-530.
Benavides J, Katzer F, Maley SW, Bartley PM, Canton G, Palarea-Albaladejo J, Purslow CA, Pang Y, Rocchi MS, Chianini F et al..  2012.  High rate of transplacental infection and transmission of Neospora caninum following experimental challenge of cattle at day 210 of gestation. Veterinary Research. 43:83.
Shahinnia F, Druka A, Franckowiak JD, Morgante M, Waugh R, Stein N.  2011.  High resolution mapping of Dense spike-ar (dsp.ar) to the genetic centromere of barley chromosome 7H. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 124:373-384.
Liu H, Bayer M, Druka A, Russell J, Hackett C, Poland J, Ramsay L, Hedley P, Waugh R.  2014.  High resolution mapping of the Breviaristatum-e (ari-e) locus in cultivated barley using genotyping by sequencing (GBS). BMC Genomics. 15
Lochlainn S, Amoah S, Graham NS, Alamer K, Rios JJ, Kurup S, Stoute A, Hammond JP, Ostergaard L, King GJ et al..  2011.  High resolution melt (HRM) analysis is an efficient tool to genotype EMS mutants in complex crop genomes. Plant Methods. 7:1-9.
Zhang Y, Zheng N, Wang J, Yao H, Qiu Q, Chapman SJ.  2019.  High turnover rate of free phospholipids in soil confirms the classic hypothesis of PLFA methodology. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 135:323-330.
McLean FH, Campbell FM, Langston RF, Sergi D, Resch C, Grant C, Morris AC, Mayer CD, Williams LM.  2019.  A high-fat diet induces rapid changes in the mouse hypothalamic proteome. Nutrition and Metabolism. 16:ArticleNo.26.
Birkel C, Soulsby C, Tetzlaff D, Dunn SM, Spezia L.  2012.  High-frequency storm event isotope sampling reveals time-variant transit time distributions and influence of diurnal cycles. Hydrological Processes. 26:308-316.

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