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Tomcynska I, Jupe F, Hein I, Marczewski W, Sliwka J.  2014.  Hypersensitive response to Potato virus Y in potato cultivar Sarpo Mira is conferred by the Ny-Smira gene located on the long arm of chromosome IX. Molecular Breeding. 34:471-480.
Ma Y, Li M, Li P, Yang L, Wu L, Gao F, Qi X, Zhang Z.  2021.  Hydrothermal synthesis of magnetic sludge biochar for tetracycline and ciprofloxacin adsorptive removal. Bioresource Technology. 318:ArticleNo.124199.
Lin H, Bouma J, Pachepsky Y, Western A, Thompson J, van Genuchten TM, Vogel HJ, Lilly A.  2006.  Hydropedology: synergistic integration of pedology and hydrology. Water Resources Research. 42(5):W05301.
Oliveira CMG, Blok VC, Neilson R, Mroz T, Roberts DM.  2017.  Hydrolysis probe-based PCR for detection of Pratylenchus crenatus, P. neglectus and P. penetrans. Nematology. 19:81-91.
Hodgkins R, Cooper R, Wadham J, Tranter M.  2009.  The hydrology of the proglacial zone of a high-Arctic glacier (Finsterwalderbreen, Svalbard): Atmospheric and surface water fluxes. Journal of Hydrology. 378(1-2):150-160.
Granger SJ, Bol R, Meier-Augenstein W, Leng MJ, Kemp HF, Heaton THE, White SM.  2010.  The hydrological response of heavy clay grassland soils to rainfall in south-west England using . Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 24:475-482.
Demars BOL.  2019.  Hydrological pulses and burning of dissolved organic carbon by stream respiration. Limnology and Oceanography. 64:406-421.
Tetzlaff D, Soulsby C, Birkel C.  2010.  Hydrological connectivity and microbiological fluxes in montane catchments: the role of seasonality and climatic variability. Hydrological Processes. 24(9):1231-1235.
Bieroza M, Dupas R, Glendell M, McGrath G, Mellander PE.  2020.  Hydrological and chemical controls on nutrient and contaminant loss to water in agricultural landscapes. Water. 12:ArticleNo.3379.
Boldrin D, Leung AK, Bengough AG.  2018.  Hydrologic reinforcement induced by contrasting woody species during summer and winter. Plant and Soil. 427:369-390.
Hillier S, Lumsdon DG, Brydson R, Paterson E.  2007.  Hydrogarnet: a host phase for Cr(VI) in chromite ore processing residue (COPR) and other high pH wastes. Environmental Science and Technology. 41(6):1921-1927.
Main CE, Ruhl HA, Jones DOB, Yool A, Thornton B, Mayor DJ.  2015.  Hydrocarbon contamination affects deep-sea benthic oxygen uptake and microbial community composition. Deep Sea Research Part 1 - Oceanographic Research Papers. 100:79-87.
Blackstock KL, Waylen KA, Marshall KM, Dunglinson J.  2014.  Hybridity of representation: insights from river basin management planning in Scotland. Environment and Planning C: Government and Society. 32:549-566.
Gray A, Perry A, Cavers S, Eastwood A, Biermann M, Darlow A, Thomas V, Lambdon P.  2017.  Hybrid plants preserve unique genetic variation in the St Helena endemic trees Commidendrum rotundifolium DC Roxb. and C. spurium (G.Forst.) DC. Conservation Genetics. 18:241-246.
de Boer JM, Borm TJA, Jesse T, Brugmans B, Tang XM, Bryan GJ, Bakker J, van EHJ, Visser RGF.  2011.  A hybrid BAC physical map of potato: a framework for sequencing a heterozygous genome. BMC Genomics. 12:ArticleNo.594..
Brennan M, Shepherd T, Mitchell S, Topp CFE, Hoad SP.  2017.  Husk to caryopsis adhesion in barley is influenced by pre- and post-anthesis temperatures through changes in a cuticular cementing layer on the caryopsis. BMC Plant Biology. 17:ArticleNo.169.
Sarkki S, Ficko A, Miller DR, Barlagne C, Melnykovych M, Jokinen M, Soloviy I, Nijnik M.  2019.  Human values as catalysts and consequences of social innovations. Forest Policy and Economics. 104:33-44.
Kemp HF, Meier-Augenstein W.  2009.  Human provenancing of mutilated murder victims through stable isotope profiles (Review). Minerva Medicolegale. 129:219-231.
Meier-Augenstein W, Kemp HF.  2010.  Human provenancing based on stable isotope forensic intellgence. Science & Justice. 50:35-36.
Duncan SH, Lobley GE, Holtrop G, Ince J, Johnstone AM, Louis P, Flint HJ.  2008.  Human colonic microbiota associated with diet, obesity and weight loss. International Journal of Obesity. 32:1720-1724.
Colles A, Ardeleanu ER, Candeias C, Ranzi A, Demeter Z, Hofer A, Kowalska M, Makris KC, Arrebola JP, Schoeters G et al..  2019.  Human biomonitoring as a tool for exposure assessment in industrially contaminated sites (ICS). Lessons learnt within the ICS and Health European Network. Epidemiologia e Prevenzione. 43:249-259.
Jackson-Blake LA, Dunn SM, Helliwell RC, Skeffington RA, Stutter MI, Wade AJ.  2015.  How well can we model stream phosphorus concentrations in agricultural catchments? Environmental Modelling and Software. 64:31-46.
Mitchell RJ, Pakeman RJ, Broome A, Beaton JK, Bellamy PE, Brooker RW, Ellis CJ, Hester AJ, Hodgetts NG, Iason GR et al..  2016.  How to replicate the functions and biodiversity of a threatened tree species? the case of Fraxinus excelsior in Britain Ecosystems. 19:573-586.
Sausse C, Colbach N, Young MW, Squire GR.  2012.  How to manage the impact of gene flow on oilseed rape grain quality? Simulation case studies of three contrasted landscapes European Journal of Agronomy. 38:32-42.
Prager K, Nienaber B, Neumann B, Phillips A.  2015.  How should rural policy be evaluated if it aims to foster community involvement in environmental management? Journal of Rural Studies. 37:120-1`31.
Buckland ST, Baillie SR, Dick JM, Elston DA, Magurran AE, Scott EM, Smith RI, Somerfield PJ, Studeny AC, Watt A.  2012.  How should regional biodiversity be monitored? Environmental and Ecological Statistics. 19:601-626.
Babikova Z, Johnson D, Bruce TJA, Pickett JA, Gilbert L.  2013.  How rapid is aphid-induced signal transfer between plants via common mycelial networks? Communicative and Integrative Biology. 6:e25904.
Selge S, Fischer A.  2011.  How people familiarise themselves with complex ecological concepts - anchoring of social representations of invasive non-native species. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 21:297-311.
McDonnell JJ, McGuire K, Aggarwal KP, Beven K, Biondi D, Destouni G, Dunn S, James A, Kirchner J, Kraft P et al..  2010.  How old is the streamwater? Open questions in catchment transit time conceptualization, modelling and analysis Hydrological Processes. 24(12):1745-1754.
Brooks JS, Waylen KA, Borgerhoff Mulder M.  2012.  How national context, project design, and local community characteristics influence success in community-based conservation projects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 109:2165-21270.
Caron-Lormier G, Bohan DA, Hawes C, Raybould A, Haughton AJ, Humphry RW.  2009.  How might we model an ecosystem? Ecological Modelling. 220:1935-1949.
Raven JA.  2018.  How long have photosynthetic organisms been aggregating soils? New Phytologist. 219:1139-1141.
Ross LC, Woodin SJ, Hester AJ, Thompson DBA, Birks HJB.  2010.  How important is plot relocation accuracy when interpreting re-visitation studies of vegetation change? Plant Ecology and Diversity. 3(1):1-8.
Rezanezhad F, Andersen R, Pouliot R, Price JS, Rochefort L, Graf MD.  2012.  How fen vegetation structure affects the transport of oil sands process-affected waters. Wetlands. 32:557-570.
Adbul Salam Y, Phimister E.  2016.  How effective are heuristic solutions for electricity planning in developing countries. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences. 55:14-24.
Balana BB, Dunn SM.  2013.  How effective are agricultural management measures at improving water quality? Intersezioni - Online magazine of the Agronomist Professional Association of Milano, 40, 18 December 2013..
James AB, Calixto CPG, Tzioutziou NA, Guo W, Zhang RX, Simpson CG, Jiang WY, Nimmo GA, Brown JWS, Nimmo HG.  2018.  How does temperature affect splicing events? Isoform switching of splicing factors regulates splicing of LATE ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL (LHY) Plant Cell and Environment.. 41:1539-1550.
Duncan AJ, Elwert C, Villalba JJ, Yearsley J, Pouloupoulou I, Gordon IJ.  2007.  How does pattern of feeding and rate of nutrient delivery influence conditioned food preferences? Oecologia. 153(3):617-624.
Tetzlaff D, Seibert J, McGuire K, Laudon H, Burns D, Dunn SM, Soulsby C.  2009.  How does landscape structure influence catchment transit time across different geomorphic provinces? Hydrological Processes. 23(6):945-953.
Prager K, Labarthe P, Caggiano M, Lorenzo-Arribas A.  2016.  How does commercialisation impact on the provision of farm advisory services? Evidence from Belgium, Italy, Ireland and the UK Land Use Policy. 52:329-344.
Galli F, Grando S, Adamsone-Fiskovica A, Bjorkhaug H, Czekaj M, Duckett D, Almaas HE, Karanikolas P, Moreno-Pérez OM, Ortiz-Miranda D et al..  2020.  How do small farms contribute to food and nutrition security? Linking small farms, strategies, outcomes in territorial food systems Global Food Security. 26:ArticleNo.100427.
Jones HG.  2012.  How do rootstocks control shoot water relations? New Phytologist. 194:301-303.
Hermans C, Hammond JP, White PJ, Verbruggen N.  2006.  How do plants respond to nutrient shortage by biomass allocation? Trends in Plant Science. 11:610-617. Abstract
Granum E, Raven JA, Leegood RC.  2005.  How do marine diatoms fix 10 billion tonnes of inorganic carbon per year? Canadian Journal of Botany - Review Canadienne de Botanique. 83:898-908. Abstract
Duncan AJ, Ginane C, Elston DA, Kunaver A, Gordon IJ.  2006.  How do herbivores trade off the positive and negative consequences of diet selection decisions? Animal Behaviour. 71(1):93-99.
Fraser FC, Hallett PD, Wookey PA, Hartley IP, Hopkins DW.  2013.  How do enzymes catalysing soil nitrogen transformations respond to changing temperatures? Biology and Fertility of Soils. 49:99-103.
Millett J, Hester AJ, Millard P, MacDonald AJS.  2006.  How do different competing species influence the response of Betula pubescens Ehrh. to browsing? Basic and Applied Ecology. 7(2):123-132.
Clark EL, Daniell TJ, Wishart J, Hubbard SF, Karley AJ.  2012.  How conserved are the bacterial communities associated with aphids? A detailed assessment of the cabbage aphid (Brevicoryne brassicae) using 16S rDNA Environmental Entomology. 41:1386-1397.
Orrell P, Bennett AE.  2013.  How can we exploit above-belowground interactions to assist in addressing the challenges of food security? Frontiers in Plant Science: Plant-Microbe Interactions. 4
Lavoie M, Raven JA.  2020.  How can large-celled diatoms rapidly modulate sinking rates episodically? Journal of Experimental Botany. 71:3386-3389.
Babulo B, Muys B, Fredu N, Tollens E, Nyssen J, Deckers J, Mathijs E.  2008.  Household livelihood strategies and forest dependence in the highlands of Tigray, Northern Ethiopia. Agricultural Systems. 98:147-155.
Hill EJ, Jones DL, Paterson E, Hill PW.  2019.  Hotspots and hot moments of amino acid N in soil: real-time insights using continuous microdialysis sampling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 131, 40-43.. 131:40-43.
Asseng S, Cammarano D, Basso B, Chung U, Alderman PD, Sonder K, Reynolds M, Lobell DB.  2017.  Hot spots of wheat yield decline with rising temperatures. Global Change Biology. 23:24264-2472.
Wawra S, Bain J, Durward E, de Bruijn I, Minor KL, Matena A, Lobach L, Whisson SC, Bayer P, Porter AJ et al..  2012.  Host-targeting protein 1 (SpHtp1) from the oomycete Saprolegnia parasitica translocates specifically into fish cells in a tyrosine-O-sulphate-dependent manner. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109:2096-2101.
Saunders DGO, Breen S, Win J, Schornack S, Hein I, Bozkurt TO, Champouret N, Vleeshouwers GAA, Birch PRJ, Gilroy EM et al..  2012.  Host protein BSL1 associates with phytophthora infestans RXLR effector AVR2 and the solanum demissum immune receptor R2 to mediate disease resistance. The Plant Cell. 24:3420-3434.
Wang XD, Boevink P, McLellan H, Armstrong M, Bukharova T, Qin ZW, Birch PRJ.  2015.  A host KH RNA-binding protein is a susceptibility factor targeted by an RXLR effector to promote late blight disease. Molecular Plant. 8:1385-1395.
Mignatti A, Boag B, Cattadori IM.  2016.  Host immunity shapes the impact of climate changes on the dynamics of parasite infections. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 113:2970-2975.
Axelsson EP, Iason GR, Julkunen-Tiitto R, Whitham TG.  2015.  Host genetics and environment drive divergent responses of two resource sharing gall-formers on Norway spruce: a common garden analysis. PLoS ONE. 10:e0142257.
Russell GC, Benavides J, Grant DM, Todd H, Thomson J, Puri V, Nath M, Haig DM.  2012.  Host gene expression changes in cattle infected with Alcelaphine herpesvirus 1. Virus Research. 169:246-254.
Raven JA.  2009.  Horsetails get the wind up. New Phytologist. 184:6-9.
Andrews M, Id SDM, James EK, Stepkowski T, Hodge S, Simon MF, Young JPW.  2018.  Horizontal transfer of symbiosis genes within and between rhizobial genera: occurrence and importance. Genes. 9:ArticleNo.321.
Haegeman A, Jones JT, Danchin EGJ.  2011.  Horizontal gene transfer in nematodes: a catalyst for plant parasitism? Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 24:879-887.
Danchin EGJ, Guzeeva E, Mantelin S, Berekpiki A, Jones JT.  2016.  Horizontal gene transfer from bacteria has enabled the plant-parasitic nematode Globodera pallida to feed on plant-derived sucrose. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 33:1571-1579.
Nicol L, Bishop SC, Pong-Wong R, Bendixen C, Holm LE, Rhind SM, McNeilly AS.  2009.  Homozygosity for a single base-pair mutation in the oocytespecific GDF9 gene results in sterility in Thoka sheep. Reproduction. 138:921-933.
Jost M, Taketa S, Mascher M, Himmelbach A, Yuo T, Shahinnia F, Rutten T, Druka A, Schmutzer T, Steuernagel B et al..  2016.  A homolog of Blade-On-Petiole 1 and 2 (BOP1/2) controls internode length and homeotic changes of the barley inflorescence. Plant Physiology. 171:1113-1127.
Montechiaro F, Hirschmugl CJ, Raven JA, Giordano M.  2006.  Homeostasis of cell composition during prolonged darkness. Plant Cell and Environment. 29:2198-2204. Abstract
Melo PC, Silva JDE.  2017.  Home telework and household commuting patterns in Great Britain. Transportation Research, Part A - Policy and Practice. 103:1-24.
Hu D, Clift PD, Boning P, Hannigan R, Hillier S, Blusztajn J, Wan S, Fuller DQ.  2013.  Holocene evolution in weathering and erosion patterns in the Pearl River delta. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems. 14:2349-2368.
Menezes-Blackburn D, Zhang H, Stutter MI, Giles CD, Darch T, George TS, Shand CA, Lumsdon D, Blackwell M, Wearing C et al..  2016.  A holistic approach to understanding the desorption of phosphorus in soils. Environmental Science and Technology. 50:3371-3381.
Latijnhouwers M, Hawes C, Carvalho C.  2005.  Holding it all together? Candidate proteins for the plant Golgi matrix Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 8:632-639. Abstract
Streitner C, Köster T, Simpson CG, Shaw P, Danisman S, Brown JWS, Staiger D.  2012.  An hnRNP-like RNA-binding protein affects alternative splicing by in vivo interaction with transcripts in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nucleic Acids Research. 40:11240-11255.
Folimonova SY, Tilsner J.  2018.  Hitchhikers, highway tolls and roadworks: the interactions of plant viruses with the phloem. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 43:82-88.
Dallimer M, Davies ZG, Diaz-Porras DF, Irvine KN, Maltby L, Warren PH, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ.  2015.  Historical influences on the current provision of multiple ecosystem services. Global Environmental Change - Human and Policy Dimensions. 31:307-317.
Nowara D, Gay A, Lacomme C, Shaw J, Ridout C, Douchkov D, Hensel G, Kumlehn J, Schweizer P.  2010.  HIGS: Host-induced gene silencing in the obligate biotrophic fungal pathogen Blumeria graminis. Plant Cell. 22:3130-3141.
Nijnik M.  2015.  Highly regarded Ukrainian forester passes away. Forestry Chronicle. 91:119.
Liu H, McNicol JW, Bayer MM, Morris JA, Cardle L, Marshall DF, Schulte D, Stein N, Shi B, Tandien S et al..  2011.  Highly parallel gene-to-BAC addressing using microarrays. Biotechniques. 50:165-174.
Schreiber M, Barakate A, Uzrek N, Macaulay M, Sourdille A, Morris J, Hedley PE, Ramsay L, Waugh R.  2019.  A highly mutagenised barley (cv. Golden Promise) TILLING population coupled with strategies for screening-by-sequencing. Plant Methods. 15:ArticleNo.99..
Ma YF, Qi Y, Lu TM, Yang L, Wu L, Cui S, Ding YZ, Zhang ZL.  2021.  Highly efficient removal of imidacloprid using potassium hydroxide activated magnetic microporous loofah sponge biochar. Science of the Total Environment. 765:ArticleNo.144253.
Yang L, He LY, Wu L, Ma YF, Li H, Peng P, Li M, Zhang ZL.  2019.  Highly efficient nickel (II) removal by sewage sludge biochar supported a-Fe2O3 and a-FeOOH: Sorption characteristics and mechanisms. PLoS ONE. 14:ArticleNo.e0218114..
Radchuk V, Sharma R, Potokina E, Radchuk R, Weier D, Munz E, Schreiber M, Mascher M, Stein N, Wicker T et al..  2019.  The highly divergent Jekyll genes, required for sexual reproduction, are lineage specific for the related grass tribes Triticeae and Bromeae. The Plant Journal. 98:961-974.
Bielska E, Birch PRJ, Buck AH, Abreu-Goodger C, Innes RW, Jin H, Pfaffl MW, Robatzekh S, Regev-Rudzki N, Tisseranth C et al..  2019.  Highlights of the mini-symposium on extracellular vesicles in inter-organismal communication, held in Munich, Germany, August 2018. Journal of Extracellular Vesicles. 8:ArticleNo.1590116.
Shi L, Shi TX, Broadley MR, White PJ, Long Y, Meng JL, Xu FS, Hammond JP.  2013.  High-throughput root phenotyping screens identify genetic loci associated with root architectural traits in Brassica napus under contrasting phosphate availabilities. Annals of Botany. 112:381-389.
Thomas CL, Graham NS, Hayden R, Meacham MC, Neugebauer K, Nightingale M, Dupuy LX, Hammond JP, White PJ, Broadley MR.  2016.  High-throughput phenotyping (HTP) identifies seedling root traits linked to variation in seed yield and nutrient capture in field-grown oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). Annals of Botany. 118:655-665.
Walker PG, Gordon SL, Brennan RM, Hancock RD.  2006.  High-throughput monolithic HPLC method for rapid vitamin C phenotyping of berry fruit. Phytochemical Analysis. 17:284-290. Abstract
Bajhaiya AK, Dean AP, Driver T, Trivedi DK, Rattray NW, Allwood JW, Goodacre R, Pittman JK.  2016.  High-throughput metabolic screening of microalgae genetic variation in response to nutrient limitation. Metabolomics. 12:ArticleNo.9.
Koebernick N, Daly KR, Keyes SD, George TS, Brown LK, Raffan A, Cooper LJ, Naveed M, Bengough AG, Sinclair I et al..  2017.  High-resolution synchrotron imaging shows that root hairs influence rhizosphere soil structure formation. New Phytologist. Published online..
Koebernick N, Daly KR, Keyes SD, George TS, Brown LK, Raffan A, Cooper LJ, Naveed M, Bengough AG, Sinclair I et al..  2017.  High-resolution synchrotron imaging shows that root hairs influence rhizosphere soil structure formation. New Phytologist. 216:124-135.
Schmalenbach I, March TJ, Bringezu T, Waugh R, Pillen K.  2011.  High-resolution genotyping of wild barley introgression lines and fine-mapping of the threshability locus thresh-1 using the Illumina GoldenGate assay. Genes Genomes Genetics. 1:187-196.
Russell WR, Gratz SW, Duncan SH, Holtrop G, Ince J, Scobbie L, Duncan G, Johnstone AM, Lobley GE, Wallace RJ et al..  2011.  High-protein, reduced-carbohydrate weight-loss diets promote metabolite profiles likely to be detrimental to colonic health. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 93:1062-1072.
Mladkova P, Mladek J, Hejduk S, Hejcman M, Cruz P, Jouany C, Pakeman RJ.  2015.  High-nature-value grasslands have the capacity to cope with nutrient impoverishment induced by mowing and livestock grazing. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52:1073-1081.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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..
Thirgood SJ, Redpath S.  2008.  Hen harriers and red grouse: science, politics and human-wildlife conflict. Journal of Applied Ecology. 45(5):1488-1492.
Redpath SM, Thirgood SJ.  2009.  Hen harriers and red grouse: moving towards consensus? Journal of Applied Ecology. 46(5):961-963.
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
Shaw PD, Graham M, Kennedy J, Milne I, Marshall DF.  2014.  Helium: visualization of large scale plant pedigrees. BMC Bioinformatics. 15
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