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Garcia-Mira R, Dumitru A, Alonso-Betanzos A, Sánchez-Maroño N, Fontenla-Romero O, Craig T, Polhill JG.  2017.  Testing scenarios to achieve workplace sustainability goals using backcasting nad agent-based modeling. Environment and Behavior. 49:1007-1037.
Futter MN, de Wit HA.  2008.  Testing seasonal and long-term controls of streamwater DOC using empirical and process-based models. The Science of the Total Environment. 407(1):698-707.
Bengsen AJ, Leung L, Lapidge SJ, Gordon IJ.  2011.  Testing target-specific bait delivery for controlling feral pigs in a tropical rainforest. Ecological Management and Restoration. 12:226-229.
White PJ, Broadley MR, Thompson JA, McNicol JW, Crawley MJ, Poulton PR, Johnston AE.  2012.  Testing the distinctness of shoot ionomes of angiosperm families using the Rothamsted Park Grass Continuous Hay Experiment. New Phytologist. 196:101-109.
Hurd CL, Hepburn CD, Currie KI, Raven JA, Hunter KA.  2009.  Testing the effects of ocean acidification on algal metabolism: considerations for experimental designs. Journal of Phycology. 45:1236-1251.
Miller DG, Rivington M, Matthews KB, Buchan K, Bellocchi G.  2008.  Testing the spatial applicability of the Johnson-Woodward method for estimating solar radiation from sunshine duration data. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology. 148(3):466-480.
Sherwood P, Bonello P.  2016.  Testing the systemic induced resistance hypothesis with Austrian pine and Diplodia sapinea. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 94:118-125.
Glendell M, McShane G, Farrow L, James MR, Quinton J, Anderson K, Evans M, Benaud P, Rawlins B, Morgan D et al..  2017.  Testing the utility of structure-from-motion photogrammetry reconstructions using small unmanned aerial vehicles and ground photography to estimate the extent of upland soil erosion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. Published online..
Glendell M, McShane G, Farrow L, James MR, Quinton J, Anderson K, Evans M, Benaud P, Rawlins B, Morgan D et al..  2017.  Testing the utility of structure-from-motion photogrammetry reconstructions using small unmanned aerial vehicles and ground photography to estimate the extent of upland soil erosion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 42:1860-1871.
Hackett CA, Milne I, Bradshaw JE, Luo ZW.  2007.  TetraploidMap for Windows: Linkage map construction and QTL mapping in autotetraploid species. Journal of Heredity. 98:727-729. Abstract
Hackett CA, Boskamp B, Vogogias A, Preedy KF, Milne I.  2017.  TetraploidSNPMap: Software for linkage analysis and QTL mapping in autotetraploid populations using SNP dosage data. Journal of Heredity. 108:438-442.
Tilsner J, Linnik O, Wright KM, Bell K, Roberts AG, Lacomme C, Santa Cruz S, Oparka KJ.  2012.  The TGB1 movement protein of potato virus X reorganises actin and endomembranes into the X--body, a viral replication factory. Plant Physiology. 158:1359-1370.
Holden NJ, Kredics L, Barak J.  2020.  Thematic issue on human pathogens in the environment: biology and risk factors. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 367:ArticleNo.fnaa068.
Colley K, Currie M, Irvine KN.  2017.  Then and now: Examining older people’s engagement in outdoor recreation across the life course. Leisure Sciences. Published online..
Colley K, Currie M, Irvine KN.  2019.  Then and now: Examining older people’s engagement in outdoor recreation across the life course. Leisure Sciences. 41:186-202.
Yearsley JM, Villalba J, Kyriazakis I, Speakman JR, Tolkamp BJ, Illius AW, Gordon IJ, Duncan AJ.  2006.  A theory of associating food types with their post-ingestive consequences. American Naturalist. 167(5):705-716.
Stoll M, Jones HG.  2007.  Thermal imaging as a viable tool for monitoring plant stress. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin. 41:77-84.
Jones HG, Serraj R, Loveys BR, Xiong LH, Wheaton A, Price AH.  2009.  Thermal infrared imaging of crop canopies for the remote diagnosis and quantification of plant responses to water stress in the field.. Functional Plant Biology. 36:978-989.
Trudgill DL, Honek A, Li D, van Straalen NM.  2005.  Thermal time - concepts and utility. Annals of Applied Biology. 146:1-14. Abstract
Dessi P, Porca E, Waters NR, Lakaniemi AM, Collins G, Lens PNL.  2018.  Thermophilic versus mesophilic dark fermentation in xylose-fed fluidised bed reactors: Biohydrogen production and active microbial community. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 43:5473-5485.
Clemente MR, Bustos-Sanmamed P, Loscos J, James EK, Perez-Rontome C, Navascues J, Gay M, Becana M.  2012.  Thiol synthetases of legumes: immunogold localization and differential gene regulation by phytohormones. Journal of Experimental Botany. 63:3923-3934.
Skelsey P, Humphris SN, Campbell EJ, Toth IK.  2018.  Threat of establishment of non-indigenous potato blackleg and tuber soft rot pathogens in Great Britain under climate change. PLoS One. 13:ArticleNo.e0205711.
Toftegaard T, Iason GR, Alexander IJ, Rosendahl S, Taylor AFS.  2010.  The threatened plant intermediate wintergreen (Pyrola media Sw.) associates with a wide range of biotrophic fungi in native Scottish pine woods. Biodiversity and Conservation. 19(14):3963-3971.
Subramanian NK, White PJ, Broadley MR, Ramsay G.  2011.  The three dimensional distribution of minerals in potato tubers. Annals of Botany. 107:681-691.
Harrison SM, Monahan FJ, Zazzo A, Bahar B, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2007.  Three-dimensional growth of bovine hoof as recorded by carbon stable isotope ratios. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 21:3971-3976. Abstract
Feeney D, Crawford JW, Daniell TJ, Hallett PD, Nunan N, Ritz K, Rivers M, Young IM.  2006.  Three-dimensional microorganisation of the soil-root-microbe system. Microbial Ecology. 52:151-158. Abstract
Goodall N, Kisiswa L, Prashar A, Faulkner S, Tokarczuk P, Singh K, Erichsen JT, Guggenheim J, Halfter W, Wride MA.  2009.  Three-dimensional modelling of chick embryo eye development and growth using high resolution magnetic resonance imaging. Experimental Eye Research. 89:511-521.
Biere A, Bennett AE.  2013.  Three-way interactions between plants, microbes and insects. Functional Ecology. 27:567-573.
Paterson E, Midwood AJ, Millard P.  2009.  Through the eye of the needle: A review of isotope approaches to quantify processes mediating soil carbon balance. New Phytologist. 184:19-33.
Herwig A, Campbell G, Mayer CD, Boelen A, Anderson RA, Ross AW, Mercer JG, Barrett P.  2014.  A thyroid hormone challenge in hypothyroid rats identifies T3 regulated genes in the hypothalamus and in models with altered energy balance and glucose homeostasis. Thyroid. 24:1575-1593.
Dai F, Nevo E, Wu DZ, Comadran J, Zhou MX, Qiu L, Chen ZH, Beiles A, Chen GX, Zhang GP.  2012.  Tibet is one of the centers of domestication of cultivated barley. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 109:16969-16973.
Gregorich EG, Rochette P, Hopkins DW, McKim UF, St-Georges P.  2006.  Tillage-induced environmental conditions in soil and substrate limitation determine biogenic gas production. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:2614-2628. Abstract
Dresboll DB, Thorup-Kristensen K, McKenzie BM, Dupuy LX, Bengough AG.  2013.  Timelapse scanning reveals spatial variation in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) root elongation rates during partial waterlogging. Plant and Soil. 369:467-477.
Pinker A.  2018.  Tinkering with turbines: ethics and energy decentralisation in Scotland. Anthropological Quarterly. 91:709-748.
Brooker RW, Brewer M, Britton AJ, Eastwood AJ, Ellis C, Gimona A, Poggio L, Genney DR.  2018.  Tiny niches and translocations: the challenge of identifying suitable recipient sites for small and immobile species. Journal of Applied Ecology. 55:621-630.
Tilston EL, Halpin C, Hopkins DW.  2008.  Tissue culture propagation alters plant-microbe interactions in tobacco rhizosphere. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 44:897-901. Abstract
Chichkova NV, Galiullina RA, Taliansky ME, Vartapetian AB.  2008.  Tissue disruption activates a plant caspase-like protease with TATD cleavage specificity. Plant Stress. 2:89-95. Abstract
Potokina E, Druka A, Luo ZW, Moscou M, Wise R, Waugh R, Kearsey MJ.  2008.  Tissue-dependent limited pleiotropy affects gene expression in barley. Plant Journal. 56:287-296.
Hold GL, Berry S, Saunders KA, Drew J, Mayer C, Brookes H, Gay NJ, El-Omar EM, Bryant CE.  2014.  The TLR4 D299G and T399I SNPs are constitutively active to up-regulate expression of Trif-dependent genes. PLoS ONE. 9:e111460.
Evans D, Redpath S, Elston DA, Evans S, Mitchell R, Dennis P.  2006.  To graze or not to graze? Sheep, voles, forestry and nature conservation in the British uplands Journal of Applied Ecology. 43(3):499-505.
MacFarlane SA.  2010.  Tobraviruses - plant pathogens and tools for biotechnology (Review). Molecular Plant Pathology. 11:577-583.
van den Berg N, Berger DK, Hein I, Birch PRJ, Wingfield MJ, Viljoen A.  2007.  Tolerance in banana to Fusarium wilt is associated with early up-regulation of cell wall-strengthening genes in the roots. Molecular Plant Pathology. 8:333-341. Abstract
Sato S, Tabata S, Hirakawa H, Asamizu E, Shirasawa K, Isobe S, Bryan G, et al..  2012.  The tomato genome sequence provides insights into fleshy fruit evolution. Nature. 485:635-641.
Mueller LA, Tanksley SD, Giovannoni JJ, van Eck J, Stack S, Choi D, Kim BD, Chen M, Cheng Z, Li C et al..  2005.  The tomato sequencing project, the first cornerstone of the international Solanaceae project (SOL). Comparative and Functional Genomics. 6:153-158. Abstract
Ge J, Polhill JG, Craig TP.  2018.  Too much of a good thing? Using a spatial agent-based model of transport to evaluate workplace sharing programs in Aberdeen Journal of Transport Geography. 69:83-97.

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