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Wright KM, Cowan GH, Lukhovitskaya NI, Tilsner J, Roberts AG, Savenkov EI, Torrance L.  2010.  The N-terminal domain of PMTV TGB1 movement protein is required for nucleolar localization, microtubule association and long-distance movement. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 23:1486-1497.
Meier-Augenstein W, Kemp HF, Lock CM.  2009.  N2: A potential pitfall for bulk 2H isotope analysis of explosives and other nitrogen-rich compounds by continuous-flow isotope-ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 23:2011-2016.
Jamar C, Loffet F, Frettinger P, Ramsay L, Fauconnier ML, du Jardin P.  2010.  NAM-1gene polymorphism and grain protein content in Hordeum. Journal of Plant Physiology. 167:497-501.
Wilson MR, Foucaud L, Barlwo PG, Hutchison GR, Sales J, Simpson RJ, Stone V.  2007.  Nanoparticle interactions with zinc and iron: Implications for toxicology and inflammation. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 225:80-89. Abstract
Gonzalez-Andres F, James E.  2016.  National meeting of the Spanish Society of Nitrogen Fixation (XV SEFIN). Symbiosis. 67:1-2.
Benaud P, Anderson K, Evans M, Farrow L, Glendell M, James MR, Quine TA, Quinton JN, Rawlins RBRJ, Brazier RE.  2020.  National-scale geodata describe widespread accelerated soil erosion. Geoderma. 371:ArticleNo.114378.
Klutsch JG, Najar A, Sherwood P, Bonello P, Erbilgin N.  2017.  A native parasitic plant systemically induces resistance in Jack Pine to a fungal symbiont of invasive mountain pine beetle. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 43:506-518.
Ladouceur E, Jimenez-Alfaro B, Marin M, De Vitis M, Abbandonato H, Iannetta PPM, Bonomi C, Pritchard HW.  2018.  Native seed supply and the restoration species pool. Conservation Letters. 11:ArticleNo.UNSPe12381.
Robinson DA, Hockley N, Cooper DM, Emmett BA, Keith AM, Lebron I, Reynolds B, Tipping E, Tye AM, Watts CW et al..  2013.  Natural capital and ecosystem services, developing an appropriate soils framework as a basis for valuation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 57:1023-1033.
Holstead KL, Kenyon W, Rouillard JJ, Hopkins J, Galan-Diaz C.  2017.  Natural flood management from the farmer’s perspective: criteria that affect uptake. Journal of Flood Risk Management. 10:205-218.
Wilkinson ME, Addy S, Quinn PF, Stutter MI.  2019.  Natural flood management: small-scale progress and larger-scale challenges. Scottish Geographical Journal. 135:23-32.
Colley K, Craig T.  2019.  Natural places: Perceptions of wildness and attachment to local greenspace. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 61:71-78.
Hugron S, Andersen R, Poulin M, Rochefort L.  2011.  Natural plant colonization of borrow pits in boreal forest highlands of eastern Canada. Botany. 89:451-465.
Tadie D, Fischer A.  2017.  Natural resource governance in lower Omo, Ethiopia - negotiation processes instead of property rights and rules? International Journal of the Commons. 11:ArticleNo.716.
Comadran J, Kilian B, Russell JR, Ramsay L, Stein N, Ganal M, Shaw P, Bayer M, Thomas WTB, Marshall DF et al..  2012.  Natural variation in a homolog of Antirrhinum CENTRORADIALIS contributed to spring growth habit and environmental adaptation in cultivated barley. Nature Genetics. 44:1388-1392.
Dreissig S, Maurer A, Sharma R, Milne L, Flavell AJ, Schmutzer T, Pillen K.  2020.  Natural variation in meiotic recombination rate shapes introgression patterns in intraspecific hybrids between wild and domesticated barley. New Phytologist, Published online..
White PJ, Veneklaas EJ.  2012.  Nature and nurture: The importance of seed phosphorus content. Plant and Soil. 357:1-8.
Shaldybin MV, Wilson MJ, Wilson L, Lopushnyak YM, Brydson R, Krupskaya VV, Kondrashova ES, Glotov AV, Goncharov IV, Samoilenko VV et al..  2019.  The nature, origin and significance of luminescent layers in the Bazhenov Shale formation of west Siberia, Russia. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 100:358-375.
Shanahan DF, Astell-Burt T, Barber EA, Brymer E, Cox DTC, Dean JH, Depledge M, Fuller RA, Hartig T, Irvine KN et al..  2019.  Nature-based interventions for improving health and wellbeing: the purpose, the people and the outcomes. Sports. 7:ArticleNo.141.
Cock PJA, Chilton JM, Gruning B, Johnson JE, Soranzo N.  2015.  NCBI BLASTplus integrated into Galaxy. Technical note. GigaScience. 4
Waylen KA, Hastings E, Banks E, Holstead KL, Irvine RJ, Blackstock KL.  2014.  The need to disentangle key concepts from Ecosystem Approach jargon. Conservation Biology. 28:1215-1224.
Bloodworth JW, Baptie MC, Preedy KF, Best J.  2019.  Negative effects of the sea lice therapeutant emamectin benzoate at low concentrations on benthic communities around Scottish fish farms. Science of the Total Environment. 669:91-102.
Gontikaki E, Thornton B, Huvenne VAI, Witte U.  2013.  Negative priming effect on organic matter mineralisation in NE Atlantic slope sediments. PLoS ONE. 8:e67722.
van der Wal R, Fischer A, Selge S, Larson B.  2015.  Neither the public nor experts judge species primarily on their origins. Environmental Conservation. 42:349-355.
Hu J, Wu JH, Ma MJ, Nielsen UN, Wang J, Du GZ.  2015.  Nematode communities response to long-term grazing disturbance on Tibetan plateau. European Journal of Soil Biology. 69:24-32.
Williamson VM, Kumar A.  2006.  Nematode resistance in plants: the battle underground. Trends in Genetics. 22:396-403. Abstract
Del Cortona A, Jackson CJ, Bucchini F, Van Bel M, D'Hondt S, Skaloud P, Delwiche CF, Knoll AH, Raven JA, Verbruggen H et al..  2020.  Neoproterozoic origin and multiple transitions to macroscopic growth in green seaweeds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117:2551-2559.
Sanchez-Baracaldo P, Ridgwell A, Raven JA.  2014.  A neoproterozoic transition in the marine nitrogen cycle. Current Biology. 24:652-657.
Stockan JA, Rao S, Pakeman RJ.  2010.  Nesting preferences of the threatened wood ant Formica exsecta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): implications for conservation in Scotland. Journal of Insect Conservation.. 14(3):269-276.
Hambley G, Andersen R, Levy P, Saunders M, Cowie NR, Teh YA, Hill TC.  2019.  Net ecosystem exchange from two formerly afforested peatlands undergoing restoration in the Flow Country of northern Scotland. Mires and Peat. 23:ArticleNumber05.
Sanhueza M, Chai A, Smith C, McCray BA, Simpson TI, Taylor JP, Pennetta G.  2015.  Network analyses reveal novel aspects of ALS pathogenesis. PLoS Genetics. 11:e1005107.
Lamichhane JR, Aubertot JN, Begg G, Birch ANE, Boonekamp P, Dachbrodt-Saaydeh S, Hansen JG, Hovmoller MS, Jensen JE, Jorgensen KLNJ et al..  2016.  Networking of integrated pest management: a powerful approach to address common challenges in agriculture. Crop Protection. 89:139-151.
Aitkenhead MJ, Rhind SM, Zhang ZL, Kyle CE, Coull MC.  2014.  Neural network integration of field observations for soil endocrine disruptor characterisation. Science of the Total Environment. 468-469:240-248.
Aitkenhead MJ, Cooper RJ.  2008.  Neural network time series prediction of environmental variables in a small upland headwater in NE Scotland. Hydrological Processes. 22:3091-3101.
Helfer G, Ross AW, Thomson LM, Mayer CD, Stoney PN, McCaffery PJ, Morgan PJ.  2016.  A neuroendocrine role for chemerin in hypothalamic remodelling and photoperiodic control of energy balance. Scientific Reports. 6
Tavares LR, Figueira I, Macedo D, McDougall GJ, Leitao MC, Vieira HLA, Stewart D, Alves PM, Ferreira RB, Santos CN.  2012.  Neuroprotective effect of blackberry (Rubus sp.) polyphenols is potentiated after simulated gastronintestinal digestion. Food Chemistry. 131:1443-1452.
Tavares LR, Figueira I, McDougall GJ, Vieira HLA, Stewart D, Alves PM, Ferreira RB, Santos CN.  2013.  Neuroprotective effects of digested polyphenols from wild blackberry species. European Journal of Nutrition. 52:225-236.
Tavares LR, McDougall GJ, Fortalezas S, Stewart D, Ferreira RB, Santos CN.  2012.  The neuroprotective potential of phenolic-enriched fractions from four juniperus species found in Portugal. Food Chemistry. 135:562-570.
Elston DA, Brewer MJ, Martay B, Johnston A, Henrys PA, Bell JR, Harrington R, Monteith D, Brereton TM, Boughey KL et al..  2017.  A new approach to modelling the relationship between annual population abundance indices and weather data. Journal of Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics. 22:427-445.
Birkel C, Paroli R, Spezia L, Dunn SM, Tetzlaff D, Soulsby C.  2012.  A new approach to simulating stream isotope dynamics using Markov switching autoregressive models. Advances in Water Resources. 46:20-30.
Brown KM.  2006.  New challenges for old Commons: The role of historical common land in contemporary rural spaces. Scottish Geographical Journal. 122:109-129.
Kuiper H, Kok EJ, Davies HV.  2013.  New EU legislation for risk assessment of GM food: no scientific justification for mandatory animal feeding trials. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 11:781-784.
Zheng JY, Duan SG, Armstrong MR, Duan YF, Xu JF, Chen XW, Hein I, Jin LP, Li GC.  2020.  New findings on the resistance mechanism of an elite diploid wild potato species JAM1-4 in response to a super race strain of Phytophthora infestans. Phytopathology. 110:1375-1387.
Johnson SN, Benefer CM, Frew A, Griffiths BS, Hartley SE, Karley AJ, Rasmann S, Schumann M, Sonnemann I, Robert CAM.  2016.  New frontiers in belowground ecology for plant protection from root-feeding insects. Applied Soil Ecology. 108:96-107.
Meijer GJ, Bengough AG, Knappett JA, Loades KW, Nicoll BC.  2016.  New in situ techniques for measuring the properties of root-reinforced soil - laboratory evaluation. Geotechnique. 66:27-40.
Graham J, Woodhead M, Smith K, Russell JR, Marshall B, Ramsay G, Squire GR.  2009.  New insight into wild red raspberry populations using simple sequence repeat markers. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 134:109-119. Abstract
Sutherland LA, Costa Madureira L, Dirimanova V, Bogusz M, Kania J, Vinohradnik K, Creaney C, Duckett D, Koehnen T, Knierim K.  2017.  New knowledge networks of small-scale farmers in Europe’s periphery. Land Use Policy. 63:428-439.
Rhee YJ, Hillier S, Gadd GM.  2016.  A new lead hydroxycarbonate produced during transformation of lead metal by the soil fungus Paecilomyces Javanicus. Geomicrobiology Journal. 33:250-260.

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