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White PJ, Brown PH.  2010.  Plant nutrition for sustainable development and global health. Annals of Botany. 105:1073-1080.
Karuri HW, Olago D, Neilson R, Njeri E, Opere A, Ndegwa P.  2017.  Plant parasitic nematode assemblages associated with sweet potato in Kenya and their relationship with environmental variables. Tropical Plant Pathology. 42:1-12.
He Q, Naqvi S, McLellan H, Boevink PC, Champouret N, Hein I, Birch PRJ.  2018.  Plant pathogen effector utilizes host susceptibility factor NRL1 to degrade the immune regulator SWAP70. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 115:E7834-E7843.
Chichkova NV, Tuzhikov AI, Taliansky ME, Vartapetian AB.  2012.  Plant phytaspases and animal caspases: structurally unrelated death proteases with a common role and specificity. Physiologia Plantarum. 145:77-84.
Jiang LL, Lu YW, Zheng XY, Yang X, Chen Y, Zhang TH, Zhao X, Wang S, Zhao X, Song XJ et al..  2021.  The plant protein NbP3IP directs degradation of Rice stripe virus p3 silencing suppressor protein to limit virus infection through interaction with the autophagy-related protein NbATG8. New Phytologist. 229:1036-1051.
Palukaitis P, Carr JP.  2008.  Plant resistance responses to viruses. Journal of Plant Pathology. 90:153-171.
Hawes C, Alexander CJ, Begg GS, Iannetta PPM, Karley AJ, Squire GR, Young M.  2018.  Plant responses to an integrated cropping system designed to maintain yield whilst enhancing soil properties and biodiversity. Agronomy. 8:ArticleNo.229.
Kerchev P, Fenton B, Foyer CH, Hancock RD.  2012.  Plant responses to insect herbivory: interactions between photosynthesis, reactive oxygen species and hormonal signalling pathways (Review). Plant Cell and Environment. 35:441-453.
Lewandowska D, Ten Have S, Hodge K, Tillemans V, Lamond AI, Brown JWS.  2013.  Plant SILAC: Stable-isotope labelling with amino acids of arabidopsis seedlings for quantitative proteomics. PLoS ONE. 8:e72207.
Mladek J, Mladkova P, Hehcmanova P, Dvorsky M, Pavlu V, de Bello F, Duchoslav M, Hejeman M, Pakeman RJ.  2013.  Plant trait assembly affects superiority of grazer's foraging strategies in species-rich grasslands. PLoS ONE. 8:e69800.
Hinojosa MB, Carreira JA, Garc R, Rodr JM, Daniell TJ, Griffiths BS.  2010.  Plant treatment, pollutant load and soil type effects in the rhizosphere ecology of trace element polluted soils. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 73:970-981. Abstract
Kim S-H, Spensley M, Choi SK, Calixto CPG, Pendle AF, Koroleva O, Shaw PJ, Brown JWS.  2010.  Plant U13 orthologues and orphan snoRNAs identified by RNomics of RNA from Arabidopsis nucleoli. Nucleic Acids Research. 38:3054-3067.
Harrison BD.  2008.  Plant virology in the 20th century. Phytopathology. 98, Supplement:S193-S194. Abstract
Canetta E, Kim S-H, Kalinina NO, Shaw J, Adya AK, Gillespie T, Brown JWS, Taliansky ME.  2008.  A plant virus movement protein forms ringlike complexes with the major nucleolar protein, fibrillarin, in vitro. Journal of Molecular Biology. 376:932-937. Abstract
Moln A, Csorba T, Lakatos L, V, Lacomme C, Burgy J.  2005.  Plant virus-derived small interfering RNAs originate predominantly from highly structured single-stranded viral RNAs. Journal of Virology. 79:7812-7818. Abstract
Gilbert L, Johnson D.  2015.  Plant-mediated 'apparent effects' between mycorrhiza and insect herbivores. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 26:100-105.
Aslam TJ, Johnson SN, Karley AJ.  2013.  Plant-mediated effects of drought on aphid population structure and parasitoid attack rates. Journal of Applied Entomology. 137:136-145.
Johnson SN, Staley JT, McLeod FAL, Hartley SE.  2011.  Plant-mediated effects of soil invertebrates and summer drought on above-ground multitrophic interactions. Journal of Ecology. 99:57-65.
Eves-van den Akker S, Lilley CJ, Jones JT, Urwin PE.  2009.  Plant-parasitic nematode feeding tubes and plugs: new perspectives on function. Nematology. 17:1-9.
Eves-van den Akker S, Lilley CJ, Jones JT, Urwin PE.  2015.  Plant-parasitic nematode feeding tubes and plugs: new perspectives on function. Nematology. 17:1-9.
Gilbert L, Johnson D.  2017.  Plant-plant communication through common mycorrhizal networks. Advances in Botanical Research. 82:83-97.
Schofield EJ, Brooker RW, Rowntree JK, Price EAC, Brearley FQ, Paterson E.  2019.  Plant-plant competition influences temporal dynamism of soil microbial enzyme activity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 139:ArticleNo.107615..
Brooker RW.  2006.  Plant-plant interactions and environmental change. New Phytologist. 171:273-275.
Lankau RA, Wheeler E, Bennett AE, Strauss SY.  2010.  Plant-soil feedbacks contribute to an intransitive competitive network that promotes both genetic and species diversity. Journal of Ecology. 99:176-185.
Loades KW, Bengough AG, Bransby MF, Hallett PD.  2010.  Planting density influence on fibrous root reinforcement of soils. Ecological Engineering. 36:276-284. Abstract
Holden N.  2010.  Plants as reservoirs for human enteric pathogens (Review). CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources. 5, 047:1-11.
Tilsner J, Amari K, Torrance L.  2011.  Plasmodesmata viewed as specialised membrane adhesion sites. Protoplasma. 248:39-60.
Grouffaud S, van West P, Avrova AO, Birch PRJ, Whisson SC.  2008.  Plasmodium falciparum and Hyaloperonospora parasitica effector translocation motifs are functional in Phytophthora infestans. Microbiology. 154:3743-3751. Abstract
Zhang XG, McGeoch SC, Johnstone AM, Holtrop G, Sneddon AA, MacRury SM, Megson IL, Pearson DWM, Abraham P, de Roos B et al..  2014.  Platelet-derived microparticle count and surface molecule expression differ between subjects with and without type 2 diabetes, independently of obesity status. Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis. 37:455-463.
Whybrow S, Stubbs RJ, Johnstone AM, O'Reilly LM, Fuller Z, Livingstone MBE, Horgan GW.  2016.  Plausible self-reported dietary intakes in a residential facility are not necessarily reliable. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 70:130-135.
Zhang ZL, Shanmugam M, Rhind SM.  2010.  PLE and GC-MS determination of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in soils. Chromatographia. 72(7-8):535-543.
Knierim A, Labarthe P, Laurent C, Prager K, Kania J, Madureira L, Ndah TH.  2017.  Pluralism of agricultural advisory service providers - Facts and insights from Europe. Journal of Rural Studies. 55:45-58.
Glibert PM, Wilkerson FP, Dugdale RC, Raven JA, Dupont CL, Leavitt PR, Parker AE, Burkholder JM, Kana TM.  2016.  Pluses and minuses of ammonium and nitrate uptake and assimilation by phytoplankton and implications for productivity and community composition, with emphasis on nitrogen-enriched conditions. Limnology and Oceanography. 61:165-197.
Bewley MA, Naughton M, Preston J, Mitchell A, Holmes A, Marriott HM, Read RC, Mitchell TJ, Whyte MKB, Dockrell DH.  2014.  Pneumolysin activates macrophage lysosomal membrane permeabilization and executes apoptosis by distinct mechanisms without membrane pore formation. mBio. 5:e01710-14.
Kaplan IB, Lee L, Ripoll DR, Palukaitis P, Gildow FE, Gray SM.  2007.  Point mutations in the potato leafroll virus major capsid protein alter virion stability and aphid transmission. Journal of General Virology. 88:1821-1830. Abstract
Raven JA.  2013.  Polar auxin transport in relation to long-distance transport of nutrients in the Charales. Journal of Experimental Botany. 64:1-9.
Blackstock KL, Novo P, Byg A, Creaney R, Juarez Bourke A, Maxwell JL, Tindale SJ, Waylen KA.  2021.  Policy instruments for environmental public goods: interdependencies and hybridity. Land Use Policy. 104:ArticleNo.104709.
Waylen KA, Blackstock KL, van Hulst F, Damian C, Horváth F, Johnson RK, Kanka R, Külvik M, Macleod CJA, Meissner K et al..  2019.  Policy-driven monitoring and evaluation: does it support adaptive management of socio-ecological systems? Science of the Total Environment. 662:373-384.
Arts K, Fischer A, van der Wal R.  2013.  Political decision-making, governance shifts and Scottish animal reintroductions: are democratic principles at stake? Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 57:612-628.
Abdul-Salam Y, Phimister E.  2016.  The politico-economics of electricity planning in developing countries: a case study of Ghana. Energy Policy. 88:299-309.
Abdul-Salam Y, Phimister E.  2016.  The politico-economics of electricity planning in developing countries: a case study of Ghana. Energy Policy. 88:299-309.
Breeze TD, Bailey AP, Balcombe KG, Brereton T, Comont R, Edwards M, Garratt MP, Harvey M, Hawes C, Isaac N et al..  2020.  Pollinator monitoring more than pays for itself. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Breeze TD, Bailey AP, Balcombe KG, Brereton T, Comont R, Edwards M, Garratt MP, Harvey M, Hawes C, Isaac N et al..  2021.  Pollinator monitoring more than pays for itself. Journal of Applied Ecology. 58:44-57.
Ollerton J, Trunschke J, Havens K, Landaverde-González P, Keller A, Gilpin A, Rech A, Baronio G, Phillips B, Mackin C et al..  2022.  Pollinator-flower interactions in gardens during the COVID19 pandemic lockdown of 2020. Journal of Pollination Ecology.
Britton AJ, Hewison RL, Mitchell RJ, Riach D.  2017.  Pollution and climate change drive long-term change in Scottish wetland vegetation composition. Biological Conservation. 210:72-79.
Banerjee S, Tawade BV, Ladmiral V, Dupuy LX, MacDonald MP, Ameduri B.  2017.  Poly (fluoroacrylate)s with tunable surface hydrophobicity via radical copolymerization of 2, 2, 2-trifluoroethyl a-fluoroacrylate and 2-(trifluoromethyl) acrylic acid. Polymer Chemistry. 8:1978-1988.
Riepsamen AH, Blok VC, Phillips MS, Gibson T, Dowton M.  2008.  Poly(T) variation within mitochondrial protein-coding genes in Globodera (Nematoda : Heteroderidae). Journal of Molecular Evolution. 66:197-209. Abstract
Cui S, Song Z, Zhang L, Zhang Z, Hough RL, Fu Q, An L, Shen Z, Li YF, Liu D et al..  2019.  Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in fresh snow in the city of Harbin in northeast China. Atmospheric Environment. 215
Veronico P, Melillo MT, Saponaro C, Leonetti P, Picardi E, Jones JT.  2011.  A polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein with a role in pea defence against the cyst nematode Heterodera goettingianna. Molecular Plant Pathology. 12:275-287.
Mattila PH, Hellstrom J, McDougall GJ, Dobson G, Pihlava JM, Tiirikka.T, Stewart D, Karjalainen RO.  2011.  Polyphenol and vitamin C content in European commercial blackcurrant juice products. Food Chemistry. 127:1216-1223.
Dahlawi H, Jordan-Mahy N, Clench M, McDougall GJ, Le Maitre CL.  2013.  Polyphenols are responsible for the pro-apoptotic properties of pemegranate juice on leukemia cell lines. Food Science & Nutrition. 1:196-208.
Figueira I, Garcia G, Pimpão RC, Terrasso AP, Costa I, Almeida AF, Tavares L, Pais TF, Pinto P, Ventura M et al..  2017.  Polyphenols journey through blood-brain barrier towards neuronal protection. Scientific Reports. 7:ArticleNo.11456.
Hooker JE, Piatti P, Cheshire MV, Watson CA.  2007.  Polysaccharides and monosaccharides in the hyphosphere of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Glomus E3 and Glomus tenue. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 39(2):680-683.
Newey SJ, Allison P, Thirgood SJ, Smith AA, Graham IM.  2010.  Population and individual level effects of over-winter supplementary feeding mountain hares. Journal of Zoology. 282(3):214-220.
Turner TL, Bourne EC, von Wettberg EJ, Hu T, Nuzhdin SV.  2010.  Population resequencing reveals local adaptation of Arabidopsis lyrata to serpentine soils. Nature Genetics. 42:260-U42.
Chaudri A, McGrath S, Gibbs P, Chambers B, Carlton-Smith C, Bacon J, Campbell CD, Aitken M.  2008.  Population size of indigenous Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii in long-term field experiments with sewage sludge cake, metal-amended liquid sludge or metal salts: Effects of zinc, copper and cadmium. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40(7):1670-1680.
Saville AC, La Spada F, Faedda R, Migheli Q, Scanu B, Ermacora P, Gilardi G, Fedele G, Rossi V, Lenzi N et al..  2021.  Population structure of Phytophthora infestans collected on potato and tomato in Italy. Plant Pathology. Published online..
Göre ME, Altin N, Myers K, Cooke DEL, Fry WE, Özer G.  2021.  Population structure of Phytophthora infestans in Turkey reveals expansion and spread of dominant clonal lineages and virulence. Plant Pathology. 70:898-911.
Czachor H, Hallett PD, Lichner L, Jozefaciuk G.  2013.  Pore shape and organic compounds drive major changes in the hydrological characteristics of agricultural soils. European Journal of Soil Science. 64:334-344.
Shand CA, Wendler R.  2014.  Portable X-ray fluorescence analysis of mineral and organic soils and the influence of organic matter. Journal of Geochemical Exploration. 143:31-42.
Moloney PD, Hearne JW, Gordon IJ, McLeod S.  2011.  Portfolio optimisation techniques for a mixed-grazing scenario for Australia's rangelands. Natural Resource Modeling. 24:102-116.
Andrews M, Hodge S, Raven JA.  2010.  Positive plant microbial interactions. Annals of Applied Biology. 157:317-320.
Andrews M, Edwards GR, Ridgway HJ, Cameron KC, Di HJ, Raven JA.  2011.  Positive plant microbial interactions in perennial ryegrass dairy pasture systems. Annals of Applied Biology. 159:79-92.
White PJ, Neugebauer K.  2021.  Possible consequences of an inability of plants to control manganese uptake. Plant and Soil. 461:63-68.
Pettorelli N, Katzner T, Gordon IJ, Garner T, Mock K, Redpath S, Gompper M.  2009.  Possible consequences of the Copenhagen climate change meeting for conservation of animals. Animal Conservation. 12(6):503-504.
Raven JA, Beardall J, Sánchez-Baracaldo P.  2017.  The possible evolution, and future, of CO2-concentrating mechanisms. Journal of Experimental Botany.
Raven JA, Beardall J, Sánchez-Baracaldo P.  2017.  The possible evolution, and future, of CO2-concentrating mechanisms. Journal of Experimental Botany. 68:3701-3716.
Pakeman RJ, Reid CL, Lennon JJ, Kent M.  2008.  Possible interactions between environmental factors in determining species optima. Journal of Vegetation Science. 19:201-208.
Raven JA.  2017.  The possible roles of algae in restricting the increase in atmospheric CO2 and global temperature. European Journal of Phycology. 52:506-522.
Mazur SP, Sonsteby A, Wold AB, Foito A, Freitag S, Verrall S, Conner S, Stewart D, Heide OM.  2014.  Post-flowering photoperiod has marked effects on fruit chemical composition in red raspberry (Rubus idaeus). Annals of Applied Biology. 165:454-465.
Mather A, Hill G, Nijnik M.  2006.  Post-productivism and rural land use: cul de sac or challenge for theorization? Journal of Rural Studies. 22(4):441-455.
Sutherland LA.  2008.  Post-Soviet agricultural employment: A case study of employee incentives in Krasnodar Territory, Russia. Journal of Peasant Studies. 35(3):369-389.
Piras S, Botnarenco S, Masotti M, Vittuari M.  2021.  Post-Soviet smallholders between entrepreneurial farming and diversification. Livelihood pathways in rural Moldova. Journal of Rural Studies. 82:315-327.
Lehretz GG, Sonnewald S, Hornyik C, Corral JM, Sonnewald U.  2019.  Post-transcriptional regulation FLOWERING LOCUS T modulates heat-dependent source-sink development in potato. Current Biology. 29:1614-1624.
de Vega D, Newton AC, Sadanandom A.  2018.  Post-translational modifications in priming the plant immune system: ripe for exploitation? FEBS Letters. 592:1929-1936.
Pooley CM, Bishop SC, Doeschl-Wilson A, Marion G.  2019.  Posterior-based proposals for speeding up Markov chain Monte Carlo. Royal Society Open Science. 6:ArticleNo.190619.
Drew JE, Farquharson AJ, Horgan GW, Duthie SJ, Duthie GG.  2014.  Postprandial cell defense system responses to meal formulations: Stratification through gene expression profiling. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 58:2066-2079.
Buvaneshwari S, Riotte J, Sekhar M, Sharma AK, Helliwell RC, Kumar MSM, Barun JJ, Ruiz L.  2020.  Potash fertilizer promotes incipient salinization in groundwater irrigated semi-arid agriculture. Scientific Reports. 10:ArticleNo.3691.
Carfrae JA, Sheppard LJ, Raven JA, Leith ID, Crossley A.  2007.  Potassium and phosphorus additions modify the response of Sphagnum capillifolium growing on a Scottish ombrotrophic bog to enhanced nitrogen deposition. Applied Geochemistry. 22:1111-1121. Abstract
Simonsson M, Andersson S, Andrist-Rangel Y, Hillier S, Mattsson L, Oborn I.  2007.  Potassium release and fixation as a function of fertilizer application rate and soil parent material. Geoderma. 140(1-2):188-198.
McCue KF, Allen PV, Shepherd LVT, Blake A, Maccree MM, Rockhold DR, Novy RG, Stewart D, Davies HV, Belknap WR.  2007.  Potato glycosterol rhamnosyltransferase, the terminal step in triose side-chain biosynthesis. Phytochemistry. 68:327-334. Abstract
Jiang R, Li JC, Tian ZD, Du J, Armstrong M, Baker K, Lim JTY, Vossen JH, He H, Portal L et al..  2018.  Potato late blight field resistance from QTL dPI09c is conferred by the NB-LRR gene R8. Journal of Experimental Botany. 69:1545-1555.
Murphy F, He Q, Armstrong M, Giuliani LM, Boevink PC, Zhang W, Tian Z, Birch PJ, Gilroy EM.  2018.  The potato MAP3K StVIK is required for Phytophthora infestans RXLR effector Pi17316 to promote disease. Plant Physiology. 177:398-410.
Shepherd T, Dobson G, Verrall SR, Conner S, Griffiths DW, McNicol JW, Davies HV, Stewart D.  2007.  Potato metabolomics by GC-MS: what are the limiting factors? Metabolomics. 3:475-488. Abstract
Cowan GH, Roberts AG, Jones S, Kumar P, Kalyandurg PB, Gil JF, Savenkov EI, Hemsley PA, Torrance L.  2018.  Potato mop-top virus co-opts the stress sensor HIPP26 for long-distance movement. Plant Physiology. 176:2052-2070.
Cowan GH, Roberts AG, Chapman SN, Ziegler A, Savenkov EI, Torrance L.  2012.  The potato mop-top virus TGB2 protein and viral RNA associate with chloroplasts and viral infection induces inclusions in the plastids. Frontiers in Plant Science. 3
Yang LN, McLellan H, Naqvi S, He Q, Boevink PC, Armstrong M, Giuliani LM, Zhang W, Tian ZD, Zhan JS et al..  2016.  Potato NPH3/RPT2-like protein StNRL1, targeted by a phytophthora infestans RXLR effector, is a susceptibility factor. Plant Physiology. 171:645-657.
Ross HA, Wright KM, McDougall GJ, Roberts AG, Chapman SN, Morris WL, Hancock RD, Stewart D, Tucker GA, James EK et al..  2011.  Potato tuber pectin structure is influenced by pectin methyl esterase activity and impacts on cooked potato texture. Journal of Experimental Botany. 62:371-381.
del Toro F, Fernandez FT, Tilsner J, Wright KM, Tenllado F, Chung BN, Praveen S, Canto T.  2014.  Potato virus Y HCPro localization at distinct, dynamically related and environment-influenced structures in the cell cytoplasm. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 27:1331-1343.
Pakeman RJ, Small JL.  2009.  Potential and realised contribution of endozoochory to seedling establishments. Basic and Applied Ecology. 10(7):656-661.
Ferretto A, Brooker R, Aitkenhead M, Matthews R, Smith P.  2019.  Potential carbon loss from Scottish peatlands under climate change. Regional Environmental Change. 19:2101-2111.
Vinh NC, Oborn I, Ha PQ, Minh ND, Hough RL, Khai NM, Thuy LT.  2012.  Potential environment and public health risk due to contamination of heavy metals from industrial waste water in Lam Thao, Phu Tho, Vietnam. American Journal of Environmental Sciences. 8:71-78.
Artz RRE, Johnson S, Bruneau P, Britton AJ, Mitchell RJ, Ross L, Donaldson-Selby G, Donnelly D, Aitkenhead MJ, Gimona A et al..  2019.  The potential for modelling peatland habitat condition in Scotland using long-term MODIS data. Science of the Total Environment. 660:429-442.
Avery LM, Anchang KY, Tumwesige V, Strachan N, Goude PJ.  2014.  Potential for pathogen reduction in anaerobic digestion and biogas generation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:112-124.
Paula FS, Chin JP, Schnurer A, Muller B, Manesiotis P, Waters N, Macintosh KA, Quinn JP, Connolly J, Abram F et al..  2019.  The potential for polyphosphate metabolism in Archaea and anaerobic polyphosphate formation in Methanosarcina mazei. Scientific Reports. 9:ArticleNo.17101.
Lilly A, Baggaley NJ.  2013.  The potential for Scottish cultivated top soils to lose or gain soil organic carbon. Soil Use and Management. 29:39-47.
Hall CM, Rhind SM, Wilson MJ.  2009.  The potential for use of gastropod molluscs as bioindicators of endocrine disrupting compounds in the terrestrial environment. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 11(3):491-497.
Lees KJ, Quaife T, Artz RRE, Khomik M, Clark J.  2018.  Potential for using remote sensing to estimate carbon fluxes across Northern peatlands. Science of the Total Environment. 615:857-874.
Hetherington DA, Miller DR, Macleod CD, Gorman ML.  2008.  A potential habitat network for the Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx in Scotland. Mammal Review. 38(3):285-303.
Skelsey P, Kettle H, MacKenzie K, Blok V.  2018.  Potential impacts of climate change on the threat of potato cyst nematode species in Great Britain. Plant Pathology. Published online..
Skelsey P, Kettle H, MacKenzie K, Blok V.  2018.  Potential impacts of climate change on the threat of potato cyst nematode species in Great Britain. Plant Pathology. 67:909-919.
Mitchell RJ, Hester AJ, Hewison RL, Broome A, Kirby KJ.  2016.  Potential impacts of the loss of Fraxinus excelsior due to ash dieback on woodland vegetation in Great Britain. New Journal of Botany, Published online.. 6
Hartley IP, Garnett MH, Sommerkorn M, Hopkins DW, Fletcher BJ, Sloan VL, Phoenix GK, Wookey PA.  2012.  A potential loss of carbon associated with greater plant growth in the European Arctic. Nature Climate Change. 2:875-879.
Henry MK, Tongue SC, Evans J, Webster C, McKendrick IJ, Gunn GJ.  2014.  The potential of chlorhexidine lavage to reduce the shedding of VTEC 0157 from cattle. Cattle Practice. 22:280-280.
Multari S, Stewart D, Russell WR.  2015.  Potential of Fava Bean as future protein supply to partially replace meat intake in the human diet. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Safety. 14:511-522.
Debeljak M, Kocev D, Towers W, Jones M, Griffiths BS, Hallett PD.  2009.  Potential of multi-objective models for risk-based mapping of the resilience characteristics of soils: demonstration at a national level. Soil Use and Management. 25:66-77.
Debeljak M, Kocev D, Towers W, Jones M, Griffiths BS, Hallett PD.  2008.  Potential of multi-objective models for risk-based mapping of the resilience characteristics of soils: demonstration at a national level. Soil Use and Management. 25(1):66-77.
Nicholson AR, O'Donnell GM, Wilkinson ME, Quinn PF.  2020.  The potential of runoff attenuation features as a Natural Flood Management approach. Journal of Flood Risk Management.. 13:ArticleNo.e12565.
Boldrin D, Leung AK, Bengough AG, Jones HG.  2019.  Potential of thermal imaging in soil bioengineering to assess plant ability for soil water removal and air cooling. Ecological Engineering. 141:ArticleNo.105599.
Artz RRE, Avery LM, Jones DL, Davey L, Killham K.  2006.  Potential pitfalls in the quantitative molecular detection of escherichia coli O157:H7 in environmental matrices. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 52(5):482-488.
Richards S, Withers PJA, Paterson E, McRoberts CW, Stutter MI.  2017.  Potential tracers for tracking septic tank effluent discharges in watercourses. Environmental Pollution. 228:245-255.
Richards S, Dawson J, Stutter MI.  2019.  The potential use of natural vs commercial biosorbent material to remediate stream waters by removing heavy metal contaminants. Journal of Environmental Management. 231:275-281.
Smith J, Yeluripati J, Smith P, Nayak DR.  2020.  Potential yield challenges to scale-up of zero budget natural farming. Nature Sustainability. 3:247-252.
Merz U, Lees AK, Sullivan L, Schwarzel R, Hebeisen T, Kirk HG, Bouchek-Mechiche K, Hofferbert HR.  2012.  Powdery scab resistance in Solanum tuberosum: an assessment of cultivar x environment effect. Plant Pathology. 61:29-36.
Butler BM, Hillier S.  2021.  powdR: An R package for quantitative mineralogy using full pattern summation of X-ray powder diffraction data. Computers and Geosciences. 147:ArticleNo.104662.
Elston DA, Nevison IM, Scott WA, Sier ARJ, Morecroft MD.  2011.  Power calculations for monitoring studies: a case study with alternative models for random variation. Environmetrics. 22:618-625.
Christie WW, Dobson G, Adlof RO.  2007.  A practical guide to the isolation, analysis and identification of conjugated linoleic acid. Lipids. 42:1073-1084. Abstract
Jones HG, Hutchinson PA, May T, Jamali H, Deery DM.  2018.  A practical method using a network of fixed infrared sensors for estimating crop canopy conductance and evaporation rate. Biosystems Engineering. 165:59-69.
Dunn SM, Towers W, Dawson JJC, Sample J, MacDonald J.  2015.  A pragmatic methodology for horizon scanning of water quality linked to future climate and land use scenarios. Land Use Policy. 44:131-144.
Butler BM, Sila AM, Shepherd KD, Nyambura M, Gilmore CJ, Kourkoumelis N, Hillier S.  2019.  Pre-treatment of soil X-ray powder diffraction data for cluster analysis. Geoderma. 337:413-424.
Gulden RH, Tenuta M, Mitchell S, Langarica Fuentes A, Daniell TJ.  2015.  Preceding crop and weed management history affect denitrification and denitrifier community structure throughout the development of durum wheat. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 212:49-63.
Roberts AMI, Tansey C, Smithers RJ, Phillimore AB.  2015.  Predicting a change in the order of spring phenology in temperate forests. Global Change Biology. 21:2603-2611.
Agu RC, Swanston JS, Walker JW, Pearson SY, Bringhurst TA, Brosnan JM, Jack FR.  2009.  Predicting alcohol yield from UK soft winter wheat for grain distilling: combined influence of hardness and nitrogen measurements. Journal of the Institute of Brewing. 115:183-190.
Cammarano D, Taylor MA, Thompson JA, Wright G, Faichney A, Haacker R, Orr A, White PJ.  2020.  Predicting dates of head initiation and yields of broccoli crops grown throughout Scotland. European Journal of Agronomy. 116:ArticleNo.126055..
Fox NJ, White PCL, McClean CJ, Marion G, Evans A, Hutchings MR.  2011.  Predicting impacts of climate change on Fasciola hepatica risk. PLoS ONE. 6:e16126.
Aitkenhead MJ, Aalders IH.  2008.  Predicting land cover using GIS, Bayesian and evolutionary algorithm methods. Journal of Environmental Management.. 90:236-250.
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