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Lichner L, Hallett PD, Orfanus T, Czachor H, Rajkai K, Sir M, Tesai M.  2010.  Vegetation impact on the hydrology of an aeolian sandy soil in a continental climate. Ecohydrology. 3:413-420.
Rowe EC, Evans CD, Emmett BA, Reynolds B, Helliwell RC, Curtis CJ, Coull MC.  2006.  Vegetation type affects the relationship between soil carbon to nitrogen ratio and nitrogen leaching. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 177(1-4):335-347.
McBean D, Nath M, Lambe N, Morgan-Davies C, Kenyon F.  2016.  Viability of the Happy Factor (TM) targeted selective treatment approach on several sheep farms in Scotland. Veterinary Parasitology. 218:22-30.
van der Jagt APN, Craig T, Brewer MJ, Pearson DG.  2017.  A view not to be missed: Salient scene content interferes with cognitive restoration. PLoS ONE. 12:e0169997.
Jones S, Baizan-Edge A, MacFarlane S, Torrance L.  2017.  Viral diagnostics in plants using next generation sequencing: computational analysis in practice. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8:ArticleNo.1770.
Yawson DO, Mohan S, Armah FA, Ball T, Mulholland B, Adu M, White PJ.  2020.  Virtual water flows under projected climate, land use and population change: the case of UK feed barley and meat. Heliyon. 6:ArticleNo.e03127.
Sutherland LA.  2020.  Virtualizing the "good life": reworking narratives of agrarianism and the rural idyll in a computer game. Agriculture and Human Values. Published online..
Boevink P, Oparka K.  2005.  Virus-host interactions during movement processes. Plant Physiology. 138:1815-1821. Abstract
Hein I, Barciszewska-Pacak M, Hrubikova K, Williamson S, Dinesen M, Soenderby IE, Sundar S, Jarmolowski A, Shirasu K, Lacomme C.  2005.  Virus-induced gene silencing-based functional characterization of genes associated with powdery mildew resistance in barley. Plant Physiology. 138:2155-2164. Abstract
Sinitsyna OV, Makarov VV, McGeachy K, Bukharova T, Whale E, Hepworth D, Yaminsky IV, Kalinina NO, Taliansky ME, Love AJ.  2019.  Virus-like particle facilitated deposition of hydroxyapatite bone mineral on nanocellulose after exposure to phosphate and calcium precursors. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 20:ArticleNo.1814..
Martin RR, MacFarlane S, Sabanadzovic S, Quito D, Poudel B, Tzanetakis IE.  2013.  Viruses and virus diseases of Rubus. Plant Disease. 97:168-182.
Swanson MM, Fraser G, Daniell TJ, Torrance L, Gregory PJ, Taliansky ME.  2009.  Viruses in soils: morphological diversity and abundance in the rhizosphere. Annals of Applied Biology. 155:51-60. Abstract
Ball BC, Guimaraes RML, Cloy JM, Hargreaves PR, Shepherd TG, McKenzie BM.  2017.  Visual soil evaluation: a summary of some applications and potential developments for agriculture. Soil and Tillage Research. 173:114-124.
Wang C, Miller DR, Brown I, Jiang Y, Castellazzi M.  2015.  Visualisation techniques to support public interpretation of future climate change and land use choices: a case study from N-E Scotland. International Journal of Digital Earth. Published online.
Wang C, Miller DR, Brown I, Jiang Y, Castellazzi M.  2016.  Visualisation techniques to support public interpretation of future climate change and land use choices: a case study from N-E Scotland. International Journal of Digital Earth. 9:586-605.
Wang C, Miller D, Brown I, Jiang Y, Castellazzi M.  2016.  Visualisation techniques to support public interpretation of future climate change and land use choices: a case study from NE Scotland. International Journal of Digital Earth. Published online..
Kerchev PI, Karpinska B, Morris JA, Hussain A, Verrall SR, Hedley PE, Fenton B, Foyer CH, Hancock RD.  2013.  Vitamin C and the abscisic acid-insensitive 4 transcription factor are important determinants of aphid resistance in arabidopsis. Antioxidants and Redox Signalling. 18:2091-2105.
Foyer CH, Kyndt T, Hancock RD.  2020.  Vitamin C in plants: novel concepts, new perspectives, and outstanding issues. Antioxidants and Redox Signaling. 332:463-485.
Haggarty P, Campbell DM, Knox S, Horgan GW, Hoad G, Boulton E, McNeill G, Wallace AM.  2013.  Vitamin D in pregnancy at high latitude in Scotland. British Journal of Nutrition. 109:898-905.
Edouard N, Fleurance G, Martin-Rosset W, Duncan P, Dulphy JP, Grange S, Baumont R, Dubroeucq H, Perez-Barberia FJ, Gordon IJ.  2008.  Voluntary intake and digestibility in horses: effect of forage quality with emphasis on individual variability. Animal. 2(10):1526-1533.
Correia-Gomes C, Eze JI, Borobia-Belsue J, Tucker AW, Sparrow D, Strachan D, Gunn GJ.  2017.  Voluntary monitoring systems for pig health and welfare in the UK: Comparative analysis of prevalence and temporal patterns of selected non-respiratory post mortem conditions. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 146:1-9.
Porphyre T, Correia-Gomes C, Chase-Topping ME, Gamado K, Auty HK, Hutchinson I, Reeves A, Gunn GJ, Woolhouse MEJ.  2017.  Vulnerability of the British swine industry to classical swine fever. Scientific Reports. 7

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