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Hancock RD, Walker PG, Pont SDA, Marquis N, Vivera S, Gordon SL, Brennan RM, Viola R.  2007.  L-Ascorbic acid accumulation in fruit of Ribes nigrum occurs by in situ biosynthesis via the L-galactose pathway. Functional Plant Biology. 34:1080-1091. Abstract
Lozada-Ellison LM.  2008.  La cuisine ceremonielle de la Fete des Morts (Mexique). Food and History. 6(2):133-154.
Paterson E, Osler GHR, Dawson LA, Gebbing T, Sim A, Ord B.  2008.  Labile and recalcitrant plant fractions are utilised by distinct microbial communities in soil: independent of the presence of roots and mycorrhizal hyphae. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40:1103-1113.
Freppaz M, Edwards AC, Williams BL, Scalenghe R, Zanini E.  2007.  Labile nitrogen, carbon, and phosphorus pools and nitrogen mineralization and immobilization rates at low temperatures in seasonally snow-covered soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 43(5):519-529.
Mickovski SB, Buss K, McKenzie BM, Sokmener B.  2013.  Laboratory study on the potential use of recycled inert construction waste material in the substrate mix for extensive green roofs. Ecological Engineering. 61:706-714.
Ballingall KT, Nath M, Holliman A, Laming E, Steele PJ, Willoughby K.  2011.  Lack of evidence for an association between MHC diversity and the development of bovine neonatal pancytopenia in Holstein dairy cattle. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 141:128-132.
Delgado-Baquerizo M, Giaramida L, Reich PB, Khachane AN, Hamonts K, Edwards C, Lawton LA, Singh BK.  2016.  Lack of functional redundancy in the relationship between microbial diversity and ecosystem functioning. Journal of Ecology. 104:936-946.
Zimova M, Giery ST, Newey S, Nowak JJ, Spencer M, Mills LS.  2020.  Lack of phenological shift leads to increased camouflage mismatch in mountain hares. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 287:ArticleNo.20201786.
Casa R, Jones HG.  2005.  LAI retrieval from multiangular image classification and inversion of a ray tracing model. Remote Sensing of Environment. 98:414-428.
Campbell CD, Lilly A, Towers W, Chapman SJ, Werritty A, Hanley N.  2012.  Land use and a low-carbon society. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 103, 165-173..
Stutter MI, Shand CA, George TS, Blackwell MSA, Dixon L, Bol R, Mackay RL, Richardson AE, Condron LM, Haygarth PM.  2015.  Land use and soil factors affecting accumulation of phosphorus species in temperate soils. Geoderma. 257:29-39.
Matthews R, Selman P.  2006.  Landscape as a focus for integrating human and environmental processes. Journal of Agricultural Economics. 57(2):199-212.
Perez-Espona S, Perez-Barberia FJ, McLeod J, Jiggins CJ, Gordon IJ, Pemberton J.  2008.  Landscape features affect gene flow of Scottish Highland red deer (Cervus elaphus). Molecular Ecology. 17(4):981-996.
Perez-Espona S, McLeod JE, Franks NR.  2012.  Landscape genetics of a top neotropical predator. Molecular Ecology. 21:5969-5985.
Sang N, Ode A, Miller D.  2008.  Landscape metrics and visual topology in the analysis of landscape preference. Environment and Planning B. 35(3):504-520.
Brown DG, Aspinall RJ, Bennett DA.  2006.  Landscape models and explanation in landscape ecology- A space for generative landscape science? Professional Geographer. 58(4):369-382.
Millins C, Dickinson ER, Isakovic P, Gilbert L, Wojciechowska A, Paterson V, Tao F, Jahn M, Kilbride E, Birtles R et al..  2018.  Landscape structure affects the prevalence and distribution of a tick-borne zoonotic pathogen. Parasites and Vectors. 11:ArticleNo.621.
Oni SK, Dillon PJ, Futter MN.  2010.  Landscape-scale control of carbon budget of Lake Simcoe: A process-based modelling approach. International Journal of Great Lakes Research. Published online..
Moore EK, Britton AJ, Iason GR, Pemberton JM, Pakeman RJ.  2015.  Landscape-scale vegetation patterns influence small-scale grazing impacts. Biological Conservation. 192:218-225.
Dinnie E, Blackstock KL, Dilley R.  2012.  Landscapes of challenge and change: contested views of the Cairngorms National Park. Landscape Research. 37:451-466.
Yu P, Li XX, White PJ, Li CJ.  2015.  A large and deep root system underlies high nitrogen-use efficiency in maize production. PLoS ONE. 10:e0126293.
Dey T, Saville A, Myers K, Tewari S, Cooke DEL, Tripathy S, Fry WE, Ristaino JB, Guha Roy S.  2018.  Large sub-clonal variation in Phytophthora infestans from recent severe late blight epidemics in India. Scientific Reports. 8:ArticleNo.4429.
Randall TA, Dwyer RA, Huitema E, Beyer K, Cvitanich C, Kelkar H, Ah Fong AMV, Gates K, Roberts S, Yatzkan E et al..  2005.  Large-scale gene discovery in the oomycete Phytophthora infestans reveals likely components of phytopathogenicity shared with true fungi. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 18:229-243. Abstract
Opik M, Metsis M, Daniell TJ, Zobel M, Moora M.  2009.  Large-scale parallel 454 sequencing reveals host ecological group specificity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a boreonemoral forest. New Phytologist. 184:424-437.
Vorstius C, Rowan JS, Brown I, Frogbrook Z, Palarea-Albaladejo J.  2019.  Large-scale risk screening of raw water quality in the context of drinking water catchments and integrated response strategies. Environmental Science and Policy. 100:84-93.
Doull L, Wattegedera SR, Longbottom D, Mwangi D, Nath M, Glass EJ, Entrican G.  2015.  Late production of CXCL8 in ruminant oro-nasal turbinate cells in response to Chlamydia abortus infection. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 168:97-102.
Hannam KD, Neilsen GH, Neilsen D, Rabie WS, Midwood AJ, Millard P.  2014.  Late-season foliar urea applications can increase berry yeast-assimilable nitrogen in winegrapes (Vitis vinifera L.). American Journal of Enology and Viticulture. 65:89-95.
Butler A, Glasbey CA.  2008.  A latent Gaussian model for compositional data with zeros. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C - Applied Statistics. 57:505-520. Abstract
Allcroft DJ, Glasbey CA, Paulo MJ.  2007.  A latent Gaussian model for multivariate consumption data. Food Quality and Preference. 18:508-516. Abstract
Zhou JG, Haygarth PM, Withers PJA, Macleod CJA, Falloon PD, Beven KJ, Ockenden MC, Forber KJ, Hollaway MJ, Evans R et al..  2016.  Lattice Boltzmann method for the fractional advection-diffusion equation. Physical Review E. 93:ArticleNo.043310.
Williams AP, Gordon H, Jones D, Strachan N, Avery LM, Killham K.  2008.  Leaching of bioluminescent Escherichia coli O157:H7 from sheep and cattle faeces during rainstorm events. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 105(5):1452-1460.
Rhee YJ, Hillier S, Gadd GM.  2012.  Lead transformation to pyromorphite by fungi. Current Biology. 22:237-241.
Ribeiro KM, Braga RA, Scalco MS, Horgan GW.  2013.  Leaf area estimation of medium size plants using optical metrology. Revista Brasileira de Engenharia Agricola e Ambiental. 17:595-601.
Pakeman RJ, Eastwood A, Scobie A.  2011.  Leaf dry matter content as a predictor of grassland litter decomposition: a test of the "Mass Ratio Hypothesis". Plant and Soil. 342:49-57.
Smart SM, Glanville HC, Blanes MD, Mercado LM, Emmett BA, Jones DL, Cosby BJ, Marrs RH, Butler A, Marshall MR et al..  2017.  Leaf dry matter content is better at predicting above-ground net primary production than specific leaf area. Functional Ecology. 31:1336-1344.
Hu W, Ren T, Meng FJ, Cong RH, Li XK, White PJ, Lu JW.  2019.  Leaf photosynthetic capacity is regulated by the interaction of nitrogen and potassium through coordination of CO2 diffusion and carboxylation. Physiologia Plantarum. 167:418-432.
Fortunel C, Garnier E, Joffre R, Kazakou E, Quested H, Grigulis K, Lavorel S, Ansquer P, Castro H, Cruz P et al..  2009.  Leaf traits capture the effects of land use changes and climate on litter decomposability of grasslands across Europe. Ecology. 90(3):598-611.
Schultz L, West S, Juarez Bourke A, d'Armengol L, Torrents P, Hardardottir H, Jansson A, Mohedano Roldan A.  2018.  Learning to live with social-ecological complexity: An interpretive analysis of learning in 11 UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Global Environmental Change. 50:75-87.
Preedy K, Chaplain M, Leybourne D, Marion G, Karley AJ.  2020.  Learning-induced switching costs in a parasitoid can maintain diversity of host aphid phenotypes although biocontrol is destabilised under abiotic stress. Journal of Animal Ecology.. 89:1216-1229.
Poggio L, Gimona A, Aalders IH, Morrice J, Hough RL.  2020.  Legacy data for 3D modelling of peat properties with uncertainty estimation in Dava bog - Scotland.using legacy data. Geoderma Regional. 22:ArticleNo.e00288.
Zgadzaj R, James EK, Kelly S, Kawaharada Y, de Jonge N, Jensen DB, Madsen LH, Radutoiu S.  2015.  A legume genetic framework controls infection of nodules by symbiotic and endophytic bacteria. PLoS Genetics. 11:e1005280.
Upadhyaya HD, Dwivedi SL, Ambrose M, Ellis N, Berger J, Smykal P, Debouck D, Duc G, Dumet D, Flavell A et al..  2011.  Legume genetic resources: management, diversity assessment, and utilization in crop improvement. Euphytica. 180:27-47.
Gyaneshwar P, Hirsch AM, Moulin L, Chen WM, Elliott GN, Bontemps C, Estrada-de los Santos P, Gross E, dos Reis J, F.B et al..  2011.  Legume-nodulating betaproteobacteria: diversity, host range, and future prospects. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 24:1276-1288.
Adams MA, Turnbull TL, Sprent JI, Buchmann N.  2016.  Legumes are different: Leaf nitrogen, photosynthesis, and water use efficiency. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 113:4098-4103.
Zhang X, White RP, Demir E, Jedryczka M, Lange RM, Islam M, Li ZQ, Huang YJ, Hall AM, Zhou G et al..  2014.  Leptosphaeria spp., phoma stem canker and potential spread of L. maculans on oilseed rape crops in China. Plant Pathology. 63:598-612.

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