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Zhang T, Zhao X, Jiang L, Yang X, Chen Y, Song X, Lu Y, Peng J, Zheng H, Wu Y et al..  2018.  p15 encoded by Garlic virus X is a pathogenicity factor and RNA silencing suppressor. Journal of General Virology. 99:1515-1521.
Davies AL.  2012.  Palaeo-environments and human experience. Archaeological Dialogues. 19:51-54.
Moore BD, Lawer IR, Wallis IR, Beale CM, Foley WJ.  2010.  Palatability mapping: a koala's eye view of spatial variation in habitat quality. Ecology. 91(11):3165-3176.
Shyntum DY, Theron J, Venter SN, Moleleki LN, Toth IK, Coutinho TA.  2015.  Pantoea ananatis utilizes a type VI secretion system for pathogenesis and bacterial competition. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 28:420-431.
Orr JN, Neilson R, Freitag TE, Roberts DM, Davies KG, Blok VC, Cock PJA.  2020.  Parallel mircrobial ecology of pasteuira and nematode species in Scottish soils. Frontiers in Plant Science. 10:ArticleNo.1763.
Marion G, McInerny GJ, Pagel J, Catterall S, Cook AR, Hartig F, O'Hara RB.  2012.  Parameter and uncertainty estimation for process-oriented population and distribution models: data, statistics and the niche. Journal of Biogeography. 39:2225-2239.
Irvine RJ.  2007.  Parasites and the dynamics of wild mammal populations. Animal Science. 82(6):775-781.
Blok VC, Jones JT, Phillips MS, Trudgill DL.  2008.  Parasitism genes and host range disparities in biotrophic nematodes: the conundrum of polyphagy versus specialism. Bioessays. 30:249-259. Abstract
Leckie FM, Arroyo B, Redpath SM, Thirgood SJ.  2008.  Parental differences in brood provisioning by Hen Harriers Circus cyaneus. Bird Study. 55(2):209-215.
Munoz-Tamayo R, Agudelo JFR, Dewhurst RJ, Miller G, Vernon T, Kettle H.  2019.  A parsimonious software sensor for estimating the individual dynamic pattern of methane emissions from cattle. Animal. 13:1180-1187.
Arnold MFF, Haag AF, Capewell S, Boshoff HI, James EK, McDonald R, Mair I, Mitchell AM, Kerscher B, Mitchell TJ et al..  2013.  Partial complementation of Sinorhizobium meliloti bacA mutant phenotypes by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis BacA protein. Journal of Bacteriology. 195:389-398.
McGavin WJ, Cock PJA, MacFarlane SA.  2011.  Partial sequence and RT-PCR diagnostic test for the plant rhabdovirus Raspberry vein chlorosis virus. Plant Pathology. 60:462-467.
Waylen KA, Blackstock KL, Marshall K, Dunglinson J.  2015.  Participation-prescription tension in natural resource management: the case of diffuse pollution in Scottish water management. Environmental Policy and Governance. 25:111-124.
Blackstock KL, Dinnie L, Dilley R, Marshall K, Dunglinson J, Trench H, Harper K, Finan K, MacPherson J, Johnston E et al..  2015.  Participatory research to influence participatory governance: managing relationships with planners. Area. 47:254-260.
Brown I, Martin-Ortega J, Waylen KA, Blackstock KL.  2016.  Participatory scenario planning for developing innovation in community adaptation responses: three contrasting examples from Latin America. Regional Environmental Change. Published online.
Brown I, Martin-Ortega J, Waylen KA, Blackstock KL.  2016.  Participatory scenario planning for developing innovation in community adaptation responses: three contrasting examples from Latin America. Regional Environmental Change. 16:1685-1700.
Oteros-Rozas E, Martín-López B, Daw TM, Bohensky E, Butler J, Hill R, Martin-Ortega J, Quinlan A, Ravera F, Ruiz-Mallén I et al..  2015.  Participatory scenario-planning in place-based social-ecological research: insights and experiences from 23 case studies. Ecology and Society. 20:ArticleNo.34.
Msoffe F, Ogoto J, Bedelian C, Said M, Kifugo S, Reid R, Kaaya J, Neselle M, van Gardingen P, Thirgood SJ.  2010.  Participatory wildlife surveys in communal lands: a case study from Simanjiro, Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology. 8(3):727-735.
Michalet R, Schoeb C, Lortie CJ, Brooker RW, Callaway RM.  2014.  Partitioning net interactions among plants along altitudinal gradients to study community responses to climate change. Functional Ecology. 28:75-86.
Liu XB, Burslem DFRP, Taylor JD, Taylor AFS, Khoo E, Majalap-Lee N, Helgason T, Johnson D.  2018.  Partitioning of soil phosphorus among arbuscular and ectomycorrhizal trees in tropical and subtropical forests. Ecology Letters. 21:713-723.
Millard P, Midwood AJ, Hunt JE, Whitehead D, Boutton T.  2008.  Partitioning soil surface CO2 efflux into autotrophic and heterotrophic components, using natural gradients in soil &13C in an undisturbed savannah soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40(7):1575-1582.
Garnett MH, Hartley IP, Hopkins DW, Sommerkorn M, Wookey PA.  2009.  A passive sampling method for radiocarbon analysis of soil respiration using molecular sieve. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 41:1450-1456. Abstract
Garnett MH, Hartley IP, Hopkins DW, Sommerkorn M, Wookey PA.  2009.  A passive sampling method for radiocarbon analysis of soil respiration using molecular sieve. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41(7):1450-1456.
Helliwell RC, Aherne J, MacDougall G, Nisbet TR, Lawson D, Cosby BJ, Evans CD.  2014.  Past acidification and recovery of surface waters, soils and ecology in the United Kingdom: Prospects for the future under current deposition and land use protocols. Ecological Indicators. 37:381-395.
Norman RA, Worton AJ, Gilbert L.  2016.  Past and future perspectives on mathematical models of tick-borne pathogens. Parasitology. 143:850-859.
Lupolova N, Dallman TJ, Holden NJ, Gally DL.  2017.  Patchy promiscuity: machine learning applied to predict the host specificity of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli. Microbial Genomics, 3, (Open Access).
Arnold KE, Gilbert L, Gorman HE, Griffiths KJ, Adam A, Nager RG.  2016.  Paternal attractiveness and the effects of differential allocation of parental investment. Animal Behaviour. 113:69-78.
Thilliez GJA, Armstrong MR, Lim TY, Baker K, Jouet A, Ward B, van Oosterhout C, Jones JDG, Huitema E, Birch PRJ et al..  In Press.  Pathogen enrichment sequencing (PenSeq) enables population genomic studies in oomycetes. New Phytologist. Published online..
Thilliez GJA, Armstrong MR, Lim TY, Baker K, Jouet A, Ward B, van Oosterhout C, Jones JDG, Huitema E, Birch PRJ et al..  2019.  Pathogen enrichment sequencing (PenSeq) enables population genomic studies in oomycetes. New Phytologist. 221:1634-1648.
Abang M, Baum M, Ceccarelli S, Grando S, Linde CC, Yahyaoui AH, Zhan J, McDonald BA.  2006.  Pathogen evolution in response to host resistance genes: Evidence from field experiments with Rhynchosporium secalis on barley. Phytopathology. 96:S2-S2.
Chianini F, Siso S, Ricci E, Eaton SL, Finlayson J, Pang Y, Hamilton S, Steele P, Reid HW, Cantile C et al..  2013.  Pathogenesis of scrapie in ARQ/ARQ sheep after subcutaneous infection: Effect of lymphadenectomy and immune cell subset changes in relation to prion protein accumulation. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 152:348-358.
Newton AC, Fitt BDL, Atkins SD, Walters DR, Daniell TJ.  2010.  Pathogenesis, parasitism and mutualism in the trophic space of microbe-plant interactions. Trends in Microbiology. 18:365-373.
Chase-Topping ME, Rosser T, Allison LJ, Courcier, Evans J, McKendrick IJ, Pearce MC, Handel I, Caprioli A, Karch H et al..  2012.  Pathogenic potential to humans of bovine Escherichia coli O26, Scotland. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 18:439-448.
Winward GP, Avery LM, Stephenson T, Jeffrey P, Le Corre KS, Fewtrell L, Jefferson B.  2009.  Pathogens in urban wastewaters suitable for reuse. Urban Water Journal. 6(4):291-301.
Winward GP, Avery LM, Stephenson T, Jeffrey P, Le Corre KS, Fewtrell L, Jefferson B.  2009.  Pathogens in urban wastewaters suitable for reuse. Urban Water Journal. 6(4):291-301.
Ehlers MH, Sutherland LA.  2016.  Patterns of attention to renewable energy in the British farming press from 1980 to 2013. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 54:959-973.
Ding Z, Feeley KJ, Wang Y, Pakeman RJ, Ding P.  2013.  Patterns of bird functional diversity on land-bridge island fragments. Journal of Animal Ecology. 82:781-790.
Stamati K, Hollingsworth PM, Russell JR.  2007.  Patterns of clonal diversity in three species of sub-arctic willow (Salix lanata, Salix lapponum and Salix herbacea). Plant Systematics and Evolution. 269:75-88. Abstract
Liu Z, Bos JIB, Armstrong MR, Whisson SC, da Cunha L, Torto-Alalibo T, Win J, Avrova AO, Wright F, Birch PRJ et al..  2005.  Patterns of diversifying selection in the phytotoxin-like scr74 gene family of Phytophthora infestans. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 22:659-672. Abstract
Yahiaoui S, Igartua E, Moralejo M, Ramsay L, Molina-Cano J-L, Ciudad FJ, Lasa JM, Gracia MP, Casas AM.  2008.  Patterns of genetic and eco-geographical diversity in Spanish barleys. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 116:271-282. Abstract
Comadran J, Thomas WTB, van Eeuwijk FA, Ceccarelli S, Grando S, Stanca AM, Pecchioni N, Akar T, Al-Yassin A, Benbelkacem A et al..  2009.  Patterns of genetic diversity and linkage disequilibrium in a highly structured Hordeum vulgare association-mapping population for the Mediterranean basin. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 119:175-187.
Comadran J, Ramsay L, MacKenzie K, Hayes P, Close TJ, Muehlbauer G, Stein N, Waugh R.  2011.  Patterns of polymorphism and linkage disequilibrium in cultivated barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 122:523-531.
Ramsay G, Griffiths DW, Deighton N.  2005.  Patterns of solanidine glycoalkaloid variation in four gene pools of the cultivated potato. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution. 51:805-813. Abstract
Martin-Ortega J, Ojea E, Roux C.  2013.  Payments for Water Ecosystem Services in Latin America: a literature review and conceptual model. Ecosystem Services. 6:122-132.
van der Linde S, Alexander IJ, Anderson IC.  2008.  A PCR-based method for detecting the mycelia of stipitate hydnoid fungi in soil. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 75(1):40-46.

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