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Kumar M, Wightman R, Atanassov I, Gupta A, Hurst CH, Hemsley PA, Turner S.  2016.  S-acylation of the cellulose synthase complex is essential for its plasma membrane localization. Science. 353:166-169.
K A, Kuiper HA, Marvin HJP, Boon PE, Busk L, Cnudde FC, Cope S, Davies HV, Dreyer M, Frewer LJ et al..  2010.  The SAFE FOODS framework for improved risk analysis of foods. Food Control. 21:1566-1587.
Kuiper HA, Davies HV.  2010.  The SAFE FOODS risk analysis framework suitable for GMOs? A case study. Food Control. 21:1662-1676.
Wooldridge S, Done T, Thomas C, Gordon IJ, Marshall P.  2012.  Safeguarding coastal coral communities on the central Great Barrier Reef (Australia) against climate change: realizable local and global actions. Climatic Change. 112:945-961.
van Rees CB, Waylen KA, Schmidt-Kloiber A, Thackeray S, Kalinkat G, Martens K, Domisch S, Lillebø A, Hermoso V, Grossert HP et al..  2020.  Safeguarding freshwater life beyond 2020: Recommendations for the new global biodiversity framework from the European experience. Conservation Letters. Published online..
Poulsen M, Schroder M, Wilcks A, Kroghsbo S, Lindecrona RH, Miller A, Frenzel T, Danier J, Rychlik M, Shu QY et al..  2007.  Safety testing of GM-rice expressing PHA-E lectin using a new animal test design. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 45:364-377. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Austin C, van Schayk E, Martin P.  2016.  Salal (Gaultheria shallon) and aronia (Aronia melanocarpa) fruits from Orkney: phenolic content, composition and effect of wine making. Food Chemistry. 205:239-247.
Crampton BG, Hein I, Berger DK.  2009.  Salicylic acid confers resistance to a biotrophic rust pathogen, Puccinia substriata, in pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum). Molecular Plant Pathology. 10:291-304.
Luo S, Tai H, Zebarth B, Li XQ, Millard P, De Koeyer D, Xiong X.  2011.  Sample collection protocol effects on quantification of gene expression in potato leaf tissue. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter. 29:369-378.
Horgan GW.  2007.  Sample size and replication in 2D gel electrophoresis studies. Journal of Proteome Research. 6:2884-2887. Abstract
Leles SG, Mitra A, Flynn KJ, Tillmann U, Stoecker D, Jeong HJ, Burkholder J, Hansen PJ, Caron DA, Glibert PM et al..  2019.  Sampling bias misrepresents the biogeographical significance of constitutive mixotrophs across global oceans. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 28:418-428.
Pakeman RJ, Quested HM.  2007.  Sampling plant functional traits: what proportion of the species need to be measured? Applied Vegetation Science. 10(1):91-96.
Snell HSK, Robinson D, Midwood AJ.  2015.  Sampling root-respired CO2 in-situ for C-13 measurement. Plant and Soil, 393, 259-271..
Cock PJA, Fields CJ, Goto N, Heuer ML, Rice PM.  2010.  The Sanger FASTQ file format for sequences with quality scores, and the Solexa/Illumina FASTQ variants. Nucleic Acids Research. 38:1767-1771.
Skelsey P, Newton AC.  2014.  Scale-dependent assessment of relative disease resistance to plant pathogens. Agronomy. 4:178-190.
Campetella G, Canullo R, Gimona A, Garadnai J, Chiarucci A, Giorgini D, Angelini E, Cervellini M, Chelli S, Bartha S.  2016.  Scale-dependent effects of coppicing on the species pool of late successional beech forests in the central Apennines, Italy. Applied Vegetation Science. 19:474-485.
Perez-Barberia FJ.  2017.  Scaling methane emissions in ruminants and global estimates in wild populations. Science of the Total Environment. 579:1572-1580.
Soulsby C, Tetzlaff D, Dunn SM, Waldron S.  2006.  Scaling up and out in runoff process understanding - insights from nested experimental catchment studies. Hydrological Processes - HP Today. 20:2461-2465.
Gimona A, Birnie RVB, Sibbald AR.  2006.  Scaling up of a mechanistic dynamic model in a GIS environment to assess temperate grassland production at the regional scale. Grass and Forage Science. 61(3):315-331.
Adu MO, Chatot A, Wiesel L, Bennett MJ, Broadley MR, White PJ, Dupuy LX.  2014.  A scanner system for high-resolution quantification of variation in root growth dynamics of Brassica rapa genotypes. Journal of Experimental Botany. 65:2039-2048.
Brown I, Castellazzi M.  2014.  Scenario analysis for regional decision-making on sustainable multifunctional land uses. Regional Environmental Change. 14:1357-1371.
Duckett D, McKee AJ, Sutherland LA, Kyle C, Boden LA, Auty H, Bessel PR, McKendrick IJ.  2017.  Scenario planning as communicative action: lessons from participatory exercises conducted for the Scottish livestock industry. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 114:138-151.
Boden LA, Auty H, Bessell P, Duckett D, Liu J, Kyle C, McKee A, Sutherland LA, Reynolds J, Bronsvoort BMD et al..  2015.  Scenario planning: The future of the cattle and sheep industries in Scotland and their resiliency to disease. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 121:353-364.
Slee RW, Miller DG.  2015.  School closures as a driver of rural decline in Scotland: a problem in pursuit of some evidence? Scottish Geographical Journal. 131:78-97.
Littlewood NA, Stewart AJA, Woodcock BA.  2012.  Science into practice - how can fundamental science contribute to better management of grasslands for invertebrates? Insect Conservation and Diversity. 5:1-8.
Nesshöver C, Assmuth T, Irvine KN, Rusch GM, Waylen KA, Delbaere B, Haase D, Jones-Walters L, Keune H, Kovacs E et al..  2017.  The science, policy and practice of nature-based solutions: an interdisciplinary perspective. Science of the Total Environment. 579:1215-1227.
Slee B, Feliciano D, Nijnik M, Pajot G.  2012.  The scope of the land-based sector to mitigate climate change in North-east Scotland: opportunities and challenges with particular reference to the role of forests. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development.. 11:274-292.
Holland JE, Biswas A, Huang J, Triantafilis J.  2017.  Scoping for scale-dependent relationships between proximal gamma radiometrics and soil properties. Catena. 154:40-49.
Kenyon W, Hill G, Shannon P.  2008.  Scoping the role of agriculture in sustainable flood management. Land Use Policy. 25(3):351-360.
Sample JE, Duncan N, Ferguson M, Cooksley S.  2015.  Scotland's hydropower: Current capacity, future potential and the possible impacts of climate change. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 52:111-122.
McKenna T, Blaney R, Brooker RW, Ewing D, Pakeman RJ, Watkinson P, O’Brien D.  2019.  Scotland's natural capital asset index: tracking nature's contribution to national wellbeing. Ecological Indicators. 107:ArticleNo.105645.
Mitchell A, Oommen M, Bhatia P, Scott P, Robertson ZC, Stewart D, McDougall GJ, Wallace HM.  2007.  Scottish berries - potential for dietary chemoprevention? Scottish Medical Journal. 52:54-54. Abstract
Hopkins J, Sutherland LA, Ehlers M, Matthews KB, Barnes A, Toma L.  2017.  Scottish farmers' intentions to afforest land in the context of farm diversification. Forest Policy and Economics. 78:122-132.
Warren CR, McKee AJ.  2011.  The Scottish revolution? Evaluating the impacts of post devolution land reform Scottish Geographical Journal. 127:17-39.
Varypatakis K, Jones JT, Blok VC.  2019.  Screening of populations of Globodera pallida selected for increased virulence on several potato varieties. Nematology. 21:995-998.
Young IM, Bengough AG.  2018.  The search for the meaning of life in soil: an opinion. European Journal of Soil Science. 69:31-38.
Wallace M, Bonhomme V, Russell J, Stillman E, George TS, Ramsay L, Wishart J, Timpany S, Bull H, Booth A et al..  2019.  Searching for the origins of bere barley: a geometric morphometric approach to cereal landrace recognition in archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. 26:1125-1142.
Street LE, Stoy PC, Sommerkorn M, Fletcher BJ, Sloan VL, Hill TC, Williams M.  2012.  Seasonal bryophyte productivity in the sub-Arctic: a comparison with vascular plants. Functional Ecology. 26:365-378.
Omer RM, Hester AJ, Gordon IJ, Swaine MD, Raffique SM.  2006.  Seasonal changes in pasture biomass, production and offtake under the transhumance system in northern Pakistan. Journal of Arid Environments. 67(4):641-660.
Dawson JJC, Tetzlaff D, Speed M, Hrachowitz M, Soulsby C.  2011.  Seasonal controls on DOC dynamics in nested upland catchments in NE Scotland. Hydrological Processes. 25:1647-1658.
Borjesson G, Menichetti L, Thornton B, Campbell CD, Katterer T.  2016.  Seasonal dynamics of the soil microbial community: assimilation of old and young carbon sources in a long-term field experiment as revealed by natural C-13 abundance. European Journal of Soil Science. 67:79-89.
Ball BC, Griffiths BS, Topp CFE, Wheatley R, Walker RL, Rees RM, Watson CA, Gordon H, Hallett PD, McKenzie BM et al..  2014.  Seasonal nitrous oxide emissions in field soils under soil management of reduced tillage, compost application or organic farming. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 189:17-180.
Salmela MJ, Cavers S, Wachowiak W, Cottrell JE, Iason GR, Ennos RA.  2011.  Seasonal patterns of photochemical capacity and spring phenology reveal genetic differentiation among native Scots pine (Pinus sylvetsris L.) populations in Scotland. Forest Ecology and Management. 262:1020-1029.
Parissi ZM, Abraham EM, Roukos C, Kyriazopoulos AP, Petridis A, Karameri E.  2018.  Seasonal quality assessment of leaves and stems of fodder ligneous species. Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca. 46:426-434.
McKim SM, Routier-Kierzkowska AL, Monniaux M, Kierzkowski D, Pieper B, Smith RS, Tsiantis M, Hay A.  2017.  Seasonal regulation of petal number. Plant Physiology. 175:886-903.
Demars BOL, Edwards AC.  2007.  A seasonal survey of surface water habitats within the River Spey basin, Scotland: major nutrient properties. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 17(6):565-583.
Palacio S, Milla R, Albuixech J, Perez-Rontome C, Camarero JJ, Maestro M, Montserrat-Marti G.  2008.  Seasonal variability of dry matter content and its relationship with shoot growth and nonstructural carbohydrates. New Phytologist. 180(1):133-142.
Bahar B, Schmidt O, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Begley IS, Monahan FJ.  2008.  Seasonal variation in the C, N and S stable isotope composition of retail organic and conventional Irish beef. Food Chemistry. 106:1299-1305. Abstract

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