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2006
Lynn A, Collins A, Fuller Z, Hillman K, Ratcliffe B.  2006.  Cruciferous vegetables and colo-rectal cancer. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 65(1):135-144.
Macdonald LM, Paterson E, Dawson LA, McDonald AJS.  2006.  Defoliation and fertiliser influences on the soil microbial community associated with two contrasting Lolium perenne cultivars. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38(4):674-682.
MacMillan DC, Marshall K.  2006.  The Delphi process - an expert-based approach to ecological modelling in data-poor environments. Animal Conservation. 9(1):11-19.
Birch CPD.  2006.  Diagonal and orthogonal neighbours in grid-based simulations: Buffon's stick after 200 years. Ecological Modelling. 192(3-4):637-644.
Osler GHR, Korycinsk A, Cole L.  2006.  Differences in litter mass change mite assemblage structure on a deciduous forest floor. Ecography. 29(6):811-818.
Ayres E, van der Wal R, Sommerkorn M, Bardgett R.  2006.  Direct uptake of soil nitrogen by mosses. Biology Letters. 2(2):286-288.
Izumi H, Anderson IC, Alexander IJ, Killham K, Moore ERB.  2006.  Diversity and expression of nitrogenase genes (nifH) from ectomycorrhizas of Corsican pine (Pinus nigra). Environmental Microbiology. 8(12):2224-2230.
Michalet R, Brooker RW, Cavieres LA, Zikvidze Z, Lortie CJ, Pugnaire FI, Valiente-Banuet A, Callaway RM.  2006.  Do biotic interactions shape both sides of the humped-back model of species richness in plant communities? Ecology Letters. 9(7):767-773.
Rosen K, Shand CA, Haak E, Cheshire MV.  2006.  Effect of clay content and wetting and drying on radiocaesium behaviour in a peat and peaty podzol. The Science of the Total Environment. 368(2-3):795-803.
Gardner DS, Van Bon BWN, Dandrea J, Goddard PJ, May SF, Wilson V, Stephenson T, Symonds ME.  2006.  Effect of periconceptual undernutrition and gender on hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis function in young adult sheep. Journal of Endocrinology. 190(2):203-212.
Wright IA, Jones JR, Davies DA, Davidson GR, Vale JE.  2006.  The effect of sward surface height on the response to mixed grazing by cattle and sheep. Animal Science. 82:271-276.
Nielsen UN, Riis T, Brix H.  2006.  The effect of weed cutting on Luronium natans. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 16(4):409-417.
Patra AK, Abbadie L, Clays-Josserand A, Degrange V, Grayston SJ, Guillaumaud N, Loiseau P, Louault F, Mahmood S, Nazaret S et al..  2006.  Effects of management regime and plant species on the enzyme activity and genetic structure of N-fixing, denitrifying and nitrifying bacterial communities in grassland soils. Environmental Microbiology. 8(6):1005-1016.
Lea RG, Pinto de Andrade L, Rae MT, Hannah LT, Kyle CE, Murray JF, Rhind SM, Miller DW.  2006.  Effects of maternal undernutrition during early pregnancy on apoptosis regulators in the ovine fetal ovary. Reproduction. 131(1):113-124.
Shand CA, Coutts G.  2006.  The effects of sheep faeces on soil solution composition. Plant and Soil. 285(1-2):135-148.
Ghorbani J, McAllister HA, Pakeman RJ, Marrs RH, Le Duc MG.  2006.  Effects of the litter layer of Pteridium aquilinum on seed under experimental restoration. Applied Vegetation Science. 9(1):127-136.
Thwaites RH, Ashmore MR, Morton AJ, Pakeman RJ.  2006.  The effects of tropospheric ozone on the species dynamics of calcareous grassland. Environmental Pollution. 144(2):500-509.
Izumi H, Anderson IC, Alexander IJ, Killham K, Moore ERB.  2006.  Endobacteria in some ectomycorrhiza of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 56(1):34-43.
Porteous Moore F, Barac B, Borremans B, Oeyen L, Campbell CD, Vangronsveld J, van der Lelie D, Moore ERB.  2006.  Endophytic bacterial diversity in poplar trees growing on a btex-contaminated site: the characterisation of isolates with potential to enhance phytoremediation. Systematic and Applied Microbiology. 29(7):539-556.
Harmel RD, Cooper RJ, Slade RM, Green CH, Haney RL, Arnold JG.  2006.  Error propagation in measured streamflow and water quality data for small rural watersheds. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 49:689-701.
Shafi S, Sweetman A, Hough RL, Smith R, Rosevear A, Pollard SJT.  2006.  Evaluating fugacity models for trace components in landfill gas. Environmental Pollution. 144:1013-1023.
Rivington M, Matthews KB, Buchan K, Bellocchi G.  2006.  Evaluating uncertainty introduced to process-based simulation model estimates by alternative sources of meteorological data. Agricultural Systems. 88(2-3):451-461.
Evans CD, Reynolds B, Jenkins A, Helliwell RC, Curtis CJ, Goodale CL, Ferrier RC, Emmett BA, Pilkington M, Caporn SJM et al..  2006.  Evidence that soil carbon pool determines susceptibility of semi-natural ecosystems to elevated nitrogen leaching. Ecosystems. 9(3):453-462.
Pakeman RJ, Beaton JK, Thoss V, Lennon JJ, Campbell CD, White D, Iason GR.  2006.  The extended phenotype of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) structures the understorey assemblage. Ecography. 29(3):451-457.
Heywood E, Wright J, Wienburg CL, Black HIJ, Long SM, Osborn D, Spurgeon DJ.  2006.  Factors influencing the national distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and polychlorinated iphenyls in British soils. Environmental Science and Technology. 40(24):7629-7635.
Foereid B, Dawson LA, Johnson D, Rangel-Castro I.  2006.  Fate of carbon in upland grassland subjected to liming using in situ (CO2)-C-13 pulse-labelling. Plant and Soil. 287(1-2):301-311.
Littlewood NA, Pakeman RJ, Woodin SJ.  2006.  A field assessment of the success of moorland restoration in the rehabilitation of whole plant assemblages. Applied Vegetation Science. 9(2):295-306.
Vinten AJA, Donnelly S, Ball BC, Brewster J, Crawford CE, Ritchie RM, Parker JP.  2006.  A field trial to evaluate the pollution potential to ground and surface waters from woodchip corrals for overwintering livestock outdoors. Soil Use and Management. 22(1):82-94.
Genney GR, Anderson IC, Alexander IJ.  2006.  Fine scale distribution of pine ectomycorrhizas and their extramatrical mycelium. New Phytologist. 170(2):381-390.
Nijnik M, van Kooten GC.  2006.  Forestry in the Ukraine: the road ahead? Reply Forest Policy and Economics. 8(1):6-9.
Kent M, Moyeed RA, Reid CL, Pakeman RJ, Weaver R.  2006.  Geostatistics, spatial rate of change analysis and boundary detection in plant ecology and biogeography. Progress in Physical Geography. 30(2):201-231.
Erhard HW, Elston DA, Davidson GC.  2006.  Habituation and extinction in an approach/avoidance test: an example with sheep. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 99:132-144.
Johnston S, Grune T, Bell L, Murray S, Souter D, Erwin S, Yearsley J, Gordon I, Illius A, Kyriazakis I et al..  2006.  Having it all - historical energy intakes do not generate the anticipated trade-offs in fecundity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 273(1592):1369-1374.
Mansfield L, Burton R, Schwarz G, Brown K, Convery I.  2006.  The heft: a multifunctional management tool. The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management. 2:238-241.
Millett J, Hester AJ, Millard P, MacDonald AJS.  2006.  How do different competing species influence the response of Betula pubescens Ehrh. to browsing? Basic and Applied Ecology. 7(2):123-132.
Duncan AJ, Ginane C, Elston DA, Kunaver A, Gordon IJ.  2006.  How do herbivores trade off the positive and negative consequences of diet selection decisions? Animal Behaviour. 71(1):93-99.
Lin H, Bouma J, Pachepsky Y, Western A, Thompson J, van Genuchten TM, Vogel HJ, Lilly A.  2006.  Hydropedology: synergistic integration of pedology and hydrology. Water Resources Research. 42(5):W05301.
Sutherland WJ, Armstrong-Brown S, Armsworth PR, Brereton T, Brickland J, Campbell CD, Chamberlain DE, Cooke AI, Dulvy NK, Dusic NR et al..  2006.  The identification of 100 ecological questions of high policy relevance in the UK. Journal of Applied Ecology. 43(4):617-627.
Lestienne F, Thornton B, Gastal F.  2006.  Impact of defoliation intensity and frequency on N uptake and mobilisation in Lolium perenne. Journal Experimental Botany. 57(4):997-1006.
Horswell J, Weitz HJ, Percival HJ, Speir TW.  2006.  Impact of heavy metal amended sewage sludge on forest soils as assessed by bacterial and fungal biosensors. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 42(6):569-576.
Stutter MI, Deeks LK, Low D, Billett MF.  2006.  Impact of soil and groundwater heterogeneity on surface water chemistry of an upland catchment. Journal of Hydrology. 318(1-4):103-120.
McNamara NP, Chamerlain PM, Pierce TG, Sleep D, Black HIJ, Reay DS, Ineson P.  2006.  Impact of water table depth on forest soil methane turnover in laboratory soil cores deduced from natural abundance and tracer 13C stable isotope experiments. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. 42(4):379-390.
Farmer JE, Paterson E, Bewley RJF, Geelhoed JS, Hillier S, Meeussen JCL, Lumsdon DG, Thomas RP, Graham MC.  2006.  The implications of integrated assessment and modelling studies for the future remediation of chromite ore processing residue disposal sites. The Science of the Total Environment. 360(1-3):90-97.
Drakare S, Lennon JL, Hillebrand H.  2006.  The imprint of the geographical, evolutionary and ecological context on species-area relationships. Ecology Letters. 9(2):215-227.
Gibbs PA, Chambers BJ, Chaudri AM, McGrath SP, Carlton-Smith CH, Bacon JR, Campbell CD, Aitken MN.  2006.  Initial results from a long-term, multi-site field study of the effects on soil fertility and microbial activity of sludge cakes containing heavy metals. Soil Use and Management. 22(1):11-21.
Dove H, Milne JA.  2006.  Intake and productivity of lambs grazing leafy or stemmy forage rape and the effect of energy or protein supplements. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 46(7):763-769.
Rivington M, Matthews KB, Bellocchi G, Buchan K, Stockle CO, Donatelli M.  2006.  An integrated assessment approach to conduct analyses of climate change impacts on whole-farm systems. Environmental Modelling Software. 22(2):202-210.
Koo BK, O'Connell PE.  2006.  An integrated modeling and multicriteria analysis approach to managing nitrate diffuse pollution: 1. Framework and methodology. The Science of the Total Environment. 359(1-3):1-16.
Murray PJ, Cook R, Currie AF, Dawson LA, Gange AC, Grayston SJ, Treonis AM.  2006.  Interactions between fertilizer addition, plants and the soil environment: Implications for soil faunal structure and diversity. Applied Soil Ecology. 33(2):199-207.
Moir HJ, Gibbins CN, Soulsby C, Webb JH.  2006.  Interactions between stream discharge and hydraulic conditions in contrasting channel morphologies and their influence on site utilisation by spawning Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 63(11):2567-2585.
Weatherall A, Proe MF, Craig J, Cameron AD, Midwood AJ.  2006.  Internal cycling of nitrogen, potassium and magnesium in young Sitka spruce. Tree Physiology. 26:673-680.
Singh BK, Munro S, Reid E, Ord B, Potts JM, Paterson E, Millard P.  2006.  Investigating microbial community structure in soils by physiological, biochemical and molecular fingerprinting methods. European Journal of Soil Science. 57:72-82.
Izquierdo LR, Polhill JG.  2006.  Is your model susceptible to floating-point errors? Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 9(4):4.
Young KR, Aspinall RJ.  2006.  Kaleidoscoping landscapes, shifting perspectives. Professional Geographer. 58(4):436-447.
Matthews R, Selman P.  2006.  Landscape as a focus for integrating human and environmental processes. Journal of Agricultural Economics. 57(2):199-212.
Brown DG, Aspinall RJ, Bennett DA.  2006.  Landscape models and explanation in landscape ecology- A space for generative landscape science? Professional Geographer. 58(4):369-382.
Dawson JJC, Campbell CD, Towers W, Cameron CM, Paton GI.  2006.  Linking biosensor responses to Cd, Cu and Zn partitioning in soils. Environmental Pollution. 142(3):493-500.
Sherlock KL, Innes A, Cox S, Smith A, Mason A.  2006.  Living with dementia in rural and remote Scotland: Diverse experiences of people with dementia and their carers. Journal of Rural Studies. 22:161-176.
Hester AJ, Scogings PF, Trollope WSW.  2006.  Long-term impacts of goat browsing on bush-clump dynamics in a semi-arid subtropical savanna. Plant Ecology. 183(2):277-290.
Evans DM, Redpath SM, Evans SA, Elston DA, Gardner CJ, Dennis P, Pakeman RJ.  2006.  Low intensity, mixed livestock grazing improves the breeding abundance of a common insectivorous passerine. Biology Letters. 2(4):636-638.
Irvine RJ, Corbishley H, Pilkington JG, Albon SD.  2006.  Low level parasitic worm burdens reduce body condition in free ranging red deer (Cervus elaphus). Parasitology. 133(4):465-475.
Mills A, Morkel P, Runyoro V, Amiyo A, Borner M, Thirgood SJ.  2006.  Managing small populations in practice: black rhino in the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania. Oryx. 40(3):319-323.
Gilbert L, Williamson KA, Hazon N, Graves JA.  2006.  Maternal effects due to male attractiveness affect offspring development in the zebra finch. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 273(1595):1765-1771.
Singh BK, Walker A.  2006.  Microbial degradation of organophosphorus compounds. FEMS Microbiology Review. 30(3):428-471.
Karpouzas DG, Singh BK.  2006.  Microbial degradation of organophosphorus xenobiotics: metabolic pathways and molecular basis. Advances in Microbial Physiology. 51:119-185.
Yuangen Y, Campbell CD, Clark L, Cameron CM, Paterson E.  2006.  Microbial indicators of heavy metal contamination in urban and rural soils. Chemosphere. 63(11):1942-1952.
Andrist-Rangel Y, Simonsson M, Andersson S, Oborn I, Hillier S.  2006.  Mineralogical budgeting of potassium in soil: a basis for understanding standard measures of reserve potassium. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 169:605-615.
Kaufmann K, Chapman SJ, Campbell CD, Harms H, Hohener P.  2006.  Miniaturized test system for soil respiration induced by volatile pollutants. Environmental Pollution. 140(2):269-278.
Wright RF, Aherne J, Bishop K, Camarero L, Cosby BJ, Erlandsson M, Evans CD, Forsius M, Hardekopf H, Helliwell RC et al..  2006.  Modelling the effect of climate change on recovery of acidified freshwaters: relative sensitivity of individual processes in the MAGIC model. The Science of the Total Environment. 365(1-3):154-166.
Littlewood NA, Dennis P, Pakeman RJ, Woodin SJ.  2006.  Moorland restoration aids the reassembly of associated phytophagous insects. Biological Conservation. 132(3):395-404.
Milner-Gulland EJ, Kerven C, Behnke R, Wright IA, Smailov A.  2006.  A multi-agent system model of pastoralist behaviour in Kazakhstan. Ecological Complexity. 3(1):23-36.
Kok K, Patel M, Rothman DS, Quaranta G.  2006.  Multi-scale narratives from an IA perspective: Part II. Participatory local scenario development. Futures. 38(3):285-311.
Singh BK, Thomas N.  2006.  Multiplex-terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (M-TRFLP). Nature Protocols. 1(5):2428-2433.
Brown KM.  2006.  New challenges for old Commons: The role of historical common land in contemporary rural spaces. Scottish Geographical Journal. 122:109-129.
Fisher DO, Double MC, Moore B.  2006.  Number of mates and timing of mating affect offspring growth in the small marsupial, Antechinus agilis. Animal Behaviour. 71(2):289-297.
Goddard PJ, Waterhouse A, Dwyer CM, Stott A.  2006.  The perception of the welfare of sheep in extensive systems. Small Ruminant Research. 62(3):215-225.
Brooker RW.  2006.  Plant-plant interactions and environmental change. New Phytologist. 171:273-275.
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.
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.
Robertson E, Gordon IJ, Perez-Barberia FJ.  2006.  Preferences of sheep and goats for straw pellets treated with different food-flavouring agents. Small Ruminant Research. 63(1-2):50-57.
Kamari J, Boorman D, Icke J, Perrin C, Candela L, Elorza FJ, Ferrier RC, Bakken TH, Hutchins M.  2006.  Process for benchmarking models: dialogue between water managers and modellers. Archiv fur Hydrologie, Large Rivers Supplement. 17(1-2):3-21.
Dunn SM, Vinogradoff SI, Thornton GJP, Bacon JR, Graham MC, Farmer JG.  2006.  Quantifying hydrological budgets and pathways in a small upland catchment using a combined modelling and tracer approach. Hydrological Processes. 20:349-368.
Roumet C, Cochard C, Dawson LA, Joffre R, Mayes RW, Brewer M, Blanchard M.  2006.  Quantifying species composition in root mixtures using two methods: near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy and plant wax markers. New Phytologist. 170(3):631-638.
Littlewood NA, Pakeman RJ, Woodin SJ.  2006.  The response of plant and insect assemblages to the loss of Calluna vulgaris from upland vegetation. Biological Conservation. 128(3):335-345.
Omotoso O, McCarty DK, Hillier S, Kleeberg R.  2006.  Results of the 3rd Reynolds Cup contest in quantitative mineral analysis. Clays and Clay Minerals. 54(6):748-760.
O'Reilly-Wapstra J, Iason GR, Thoss V.  2006.  The role of genetic and chemical variation of Pinus sylvestris seedlings in influencing slug herbivory. Oecologia. 152:82-91.
Courtney P, Hill GW, Roberts D.  2006.  The role of natural heritage in rural development: an analysis of economic linkages in Scotland. Journal of Rural Studies. 22(4):469-484.
Paterson E, Sim A, Standing D, Dorward M, McDonald AJS.  2006.  Root exudation from Hordeum vulgare in response to localised nitrate supply. Journal of Experimental Botany. 57(10):2413-2420.
Soulsby C, Tetzlaff D, Rodgers P, Dunn S, Waldron S.  2006.  Runoff processes, stream water residence times and controlling landscape characteristics in a mesoscale catchment: an initial evaluation. Journal of Hydrology. 325(1-4):197-221.
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.
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.
Edgar P, Hursthouse A, Matthews J, Davies I, Hillier S.  2006.  Sediment Influence on congener-specific PCB bioaccumulation by Mytilus Edulis: a case study from an intertidal hot spot, Clyde Estuary, UK. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 8(9):887-896.
Ramos JA, Bugalho MN, Cortez P, Iason GR.  2006.  Selection of trees for rubbing by red and roe deer in forest plantations. Forest Ecology and Management. 222(1-3):39-45.
Boone RB, Thirgood SJ, Hopcraft JGC.  2006.  Serengeti wildebeest migratory patterns modelled from rainfall and new vegetation growth. Ecology. 87(8):1987-1994.
Nunan N, Singh B, Reid E, Ord B, Papert A, Squires J, Prosser J, Wheateley R, McNicol J, Millard P.  2006.  Sheep urine deposition is a source of heterogeneity in upland grassland soil microbial community structure. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 56(2):310-320.
Gauci V, Chapman SJ.  2006.  Simultaneous inhibition of CH4 efflux and stimulation of sulphate reduction in peat subject to simulated acid rain. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38(12):3506-3510.
Barton ME, Hillier S, Watson GVR.  2006.  The slip surface in the D zone of the barton clay. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology. 39(4):357-370.
Urama KC, Dilks CF, Dunn SM, Ferrier RC.  2006.  Socio-economic and bio-physical modelling of diffuse pollution: closing the gaps. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. Large Rivers Supplement. 17:175-199.
Aitkenhead MJ, McDonald AJS.  2006.  The state of play in machine/environment interactions. Artificial Intelligence Review. 25:247-276.
Walker DM, Perez-Barberia FJ, Marion G.  2006.  Stochastic modelling of ecological processes using hybrid Gibbs samplers. Ecological Modelling. 198(1-2):40-52.
Artz RRE, Chapman SJ, Campbell CD.  2006.  Substrate utilisation profiles of microbial communities in peat are depth-dependent and correlate with whole soil FTIR profiles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38(9):2958-2962.
Guggenheim S, Adams JM, Bain DC, Bergaya F, Brigatti MF, Drits VA, Eberl DD, Formoso MLL, Galan E, Kogure T et al..  2006.  Summary of recommendations of nomenclature committees relevant to clay mineralogy: report of the Association Internationale pour l'Etude des Argiles (AIPEA) Nomenclature Committee for 2006. Clays and Clay Minerals. 54(6):761-772.
Sibbald AM, Erhard HW, Hooper RJ, Dumont B, Boissy A.  2006.  A test for measuring individual variation in how far grazing animals will move away from a social group to feed. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 98:89-99.
Loe LE, Irvine RJ, Bonenfant C, Stien A, Langvatn R, Albon SD, Mysterud A, Stenseth NC.  2006.  Testing five hypotheses of sexual segregation in an arctic ungulate. Journal of Animal Ecology. 75(2):485-496.
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.
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.
Weatherall A, Craig J, Cameron AD, McKay HM, Proe MF, Midwood AJ.  2006.  Tracing N, K, Mg and Ca released from decomposing biomass to new tree growth. Part II: A model system simulating root decomposition on clearfell sites. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30(12):1060-1066.
Duncan AJ, Rahman A, Miller DW, Frutos P, Gordon IJ, Rehman A, Baig A, Ali F, Wright IA.  2006.  Transhumance livestock production in the Northern Areas of Pakistan: nutritional inputs and productive outputs. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 117(2-3):195-204.
Millard P, Wendler R, Grassi G, Grelet GA, Tagliavini M.  2006.  Translocation of N in the xylem of cherry and poplar during remobilization: scaling up to field-grown trees. Tree Physiology. 26:527-536.
Usher MB, Sier ARJ, Hornung M, Millard P.  2006.  Understanding biological diversity in soil: the UK's Soil Biodiversity Research Programme. Applied Soil Ecology. 33(2):101-113.
Giraldez FJ, Lopez S, Lamb CS, Mayes RW.  2006.  The use of even-chain alkanes sprayed onto herbage as rate of passage markers in goats. Livestock Production Science. 100:195-202.
Singh BK, Nazaries L, Munro S, Anderson IC, Campbell CD.  2006.  Use of multiplex terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism for rapid and simultaneous analysis of different components of the soil microbial community. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 72(11):7278-7285.
Perrin C, Dilks C, Barlund I, Payan JL, Andreassian V.  2006.  Use of simple rainfall-runoff models as a baseline for the benchmarking of the hydrological component of complex catchment models. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. Large Rivers Supplement.. 17(102):75-96.
Graham MC, Vinogradoff SI, Chipchase AJ, Dunn SM, Bacon JR, Farmer JG.  2006.  Using size fractionation and Pb isotopes to study Pb transport in the waters of an organic-rich upland catchment. Environmental Science and Technology. 40(4):1250-1256.
Augustin NH, McNicol J, Marriott CA.  2006.  Using the truncated auto-Poisson model for spatially correlated counts of vegetation. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics. 11(1):1-23.
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.
Beale CM, Dodd S, Pearce-Higgins JW.  2006.  Wader recruitment indices suggest nesting success is temperature-dependent in Dunlin. Ibis. 148:406-410.
Wilson MJ.  2006.  Weathering of the primary rock-forming minerals: processes, products and rates. Clay Minerals. 39(3):233-266.
Polhill JG, Izquierdo LR, Gotts NM.  2006.  What every agent-based modeller should know about floating point arithmetic. Environmental Modelling and Software. 21(3):283-309.
Barthram GT, Elston DA, Griffiths JH, Bolton GR, Wright GG.  2006.  Within year variation in the vegetative spread of five temperate grasses. Journal of Vegetation Science. 17(3):315-322.
Fomina M, Charnock JM, Hillier S, Alexander IJ, Gadd GM.  2006.  Zinc phosphate transformations by the Paxillus involutus / Pine Ectomycorrhizal Association. Microbial Ecology. 152:322-333.
Johnson SN, Birch ANE, Gregory PJ, Murray PJ.  2006.  The 'mother knows best' principle: should soil insects be included in the preference-performance debate? Ecological Entomology. 31:395-401. Abstract
Hamilton K, Barfoot J, Crawford KE, Simpson CG, Beaumont PC, Bownes M.  2006.  Amplification of chloroplast DNA using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR): a practical activity for secondary school students. Journal of Biological Education. 40:172-177. Abstract
Meharg AA, Deacon C, Edwards KJ, Donaldson M, Davidson DA, Spring C, Scrimgeour CM, Feldmann J, Rabb A.  2006.  Ancient manuring practices pollute arable soils at the St Kilda World Heritage Site, Scottish North Atlantic. Chemosphere. 64:1818-1828. Abstract
Jiang RHY, Tyler BM, Whisson SC, Hardham AR, Govers F.  2006.  Ancient origin of elicitin gene clusters in Phytophthora genomes. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 23:338-351. Abstract
Raven JA.  2006.  Aquatic viruses: the emerging story. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 86:449-451. Abstract
Druka A, Muehlbauer G, Druka I, Caldo R, Baumann U, Rostoks N, Schreiber A, Wise R, Close T, Kleinhofs A et al..  2006.  An atlas of gene expression from seed to seed through barley development. Functional & Integrative Genomics. 6:202-211. Abstract
Mao X, Hu F, Griffiths BS, Li H.  2006.  Bacterial-feeding nematodes enhance root growth of tomato seedlings. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:1615-1622. Abstract
Rostoks N, Schmierer D, Mudie S, Drader T, Brueggeman R, Caldwell DG, Waugh R, Kleinhofs A.  2006.  Barley necrotic locus nec1 encodes the cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channel 4 homologous to the Arabidopsis HLM1. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 275:159-168. Abstract
Hamza O, Bengough AG, Bransby MF, Davies MCR, Hallett PD.  2006.  Biomechanics of plant roots: estimating localised deformation with particle image velocimetry. Biosystems Engineering. 94:119-132. Abstract
Bos JIB, Kanneganti T-D, Young C, Cakir C, Huitema E, Win J, Armstrong MR, Birch PRJ, Kamoun S.  2006.  The C-terminal half of Phytophthora infestans RXLR effector AVR3a is sufficient to trigger R3a-mediated hypersensitivity and suppress INF1-induced cell death in Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Journal. 48:165-176. Abstract
Gregory AS, Whalley WR, Watts CW, Bird NRA, Hallett PD, Whitmore AP.  2006.  Calculation of the compression index and precompression stress from soil compression test data. Soil and Tillage Research. 89:45-57. Abstract
Raven JA, Karley AJ.  2006.  Carbon sequestration: Photosynthesis and subsequent processes. Current Biology. 16:R165-R167. Abstract
Nuopponen M, Wikberg HI, Birch GM, J A-S, Maunu SL, Vuorinen T, Stewart D.  2006.  Characterization of 25 tropical hardwoods with Fourier transform infrared,ultraviolet resonance Raman and 13C cross-polarisation magic-angle spinning NMR spectroscopy. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 102:810-819. Abstract
Johnson SN, Gregory PJ.  2006.  Chemically mediated host-plant location and selection by root-feeding insects. Physiological Entomology. 31:1-13. Abstract
Sunley RJ, Atkinson CJ, Jones HG.  2006.  Chill unit models and recent changes in the occurrence of winter chill and spring frost in the United Kingdom. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology. 81:949-958. Abstract
Raven JA, Beardall J.  2006.  Chorophyll fluorescence and ecophysiology: seeing red? New Phytologist. 169:449-451. Abstract
Kikuchi T, Shibuya H, Aikawa T, Jones JT.  2006.  Cloning and characterization of pectate lyases expressed in the esophageal gland of the pine wood nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 19:280-287. Abstract
Meharg AA, Scrimgeour CM, Hossain SA, Fuller K, Cruickshank K, Williams PN, Kinniburgh DG.  2006.  Codeposition of organic carbon and arsenic in Bengal Delta aquifers. Environmental Science & Technology. 40:4928-4935. Abstract
Toth IK, Pritchard L, Birch PRJ.  2006.  Comparative genomics reveals what makes an enterobacterial plant pathogen. Annual Review of Phytopathology. 44:305-336. Abstract
Heckmann L, Griffiths BS, Caul S, Thompson J, Pusztai-Carey M, Moar, W.J, Andersen MN, Krogh PH.  2006.  Consequences for Protaphorura armata (Collembola: Onychiuridae) following exposure to genetically modified Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) maize and non-Bt maize. Environmental Pollution. 142:212-216. Abstract
Luo ZW, Zhang Z, Leach L, Zhang RM, Bradshaw JE, Kearsey MJ.  2006.  Constructing genetic linkage maps under a tetrasomic model. Genetics. 172:2635-2645. Abstract
van Os H, Andrzejewski S, Bakker E, Barrena I, Bryan GJ, Caromel B, Ghareeb B, Isidore E, De Jong W, van Koert P et al..  2006.  Construction of a 10,000 marker ultradense genetic recombination map of potato: providing a framework for accelerated gene isolation and genomewide physical map. Genetics. 173:1075-1087. Abstract
Hopkins DW, Sparrow AD, Novis P, Gregorich EG, Elberling B, Greenfield LG.  2006.  Controls on the distribution of productivity and organic resources in Antarctic dry valley soils (Review). Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 273:2687-2695. Abstract
Winfield M, D'Amato GF, De Dominicis RI, Salimbeni P, Tucci GF.  2006.  A cytological and molecular study of the genera Scorzonera L. and Podospermum (L.) DC (Asteraceae). Caryologia. 59:153-163. Abstract
Cortet J, Andersen MN, Caul S, Griffiths BS, Joffre R, Lacroix B, Sausse C, Thompson J, Krogh PH.  2006.  Decomposition processes under Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) maize: results of a multi-site experiment. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:195-199. Abstract
George TS, Turner BL, Gregory PJ, Cade-Menun BJ, Richardson AE.  2006.  Depletion of organic phosphorus from Oxisols in relation to phosphatase activities in the rhizosphere. European Journal of Soil Science. 57:47-57. Abstract
Syed NH, Sorensen AP, Antonise R, van de Wiel C, van der Linden CG, van't Westende W, Hooftman DAP, den Nijs HCM, Flavell AJ.  2006.  A detailed linkage map of lettuce based on SSAP, AFLP and NBS markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 112:517-527. Abstract
Bradshaw JE, Hackett CA, Lowe R, McLean K, Stewart HE, Tierney I, Vilaro MDR, Bryan GJ.  2006.  Detection of a quantitative trait locus for both foliage and tuber resistance to late blight [Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary] on chromosome 4 of a dihaploid potato clone (Solanum tubersoum subsp. tuberosum). Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 113:943-951. Abstract
Abang M, Baum M, Ceccarelli S, Grando S, Linde CC, Yahyaoui A, Zhan J, McDonald BA.  2006.  Differential selection on Rhynchosporium secalis during parasitic and saprophytic phases in the barley scald disease cycle. Phytopathology. 96:1214-1222. Abstract
Button DK, Gartland KMA, Ball LD, Natanson L, Gartland JS, Lyon GD.  2006.  DRASTIC-INSIGHTS: Querying information in a plant gene expression database. Nucleic Acids Research. 34:D712-D716. Abstract
Simons V, Morrissey JP, Latijnhouwers M, Csukai M, Cleaver A, Yarrow C, Osborn A.  2006.  Dual effects of plant steroidal alkaloids on Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 50:2732-2740.
de Felipe P, Luke GA, Hughes LE, Gani D, Halpin C, Ryan MD.  2006.  E unum pluribus: multiple proteins from a self-processing polyprotein. Trends in Biotechnology. 24:68-75. Abstract
Krivtsov V, Bezginova T, Salmond R, Liddell K, Garside A, Thompson J, Palfreyman JW, Staines HJ, Brendler A, Griffiths BS et al..  2006.  Ecological interactions between fungi, other biota and forest litter composition in a unique Scottish woodland. Forestry. 79:201-216. Abstract
Krivtsov V, Garside A, Bezginova T, Thompson J, Palfreyman JW, Salmond R, Liddell K, Brendler A, Griffiths BS, Watling R et al..  2006.  Ecological study of the forest litter meiofauna of a unique Scottish woodland. Animal Biology. 56:69-93. Abstract
Chloupek O, Forster BP, Thomas WTB.  2006.  The effect of semi-dwarf genes on root system size in field-grown barley. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 112:779-786. Abstract
Boag B, Neilson R, Scrimgeour CM.  2006.  The effect of starvation on the planarian Arthurdendyus triangulatus (Tricladida: Terricola) as measured by stable isotopes. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 43:267-270. Abstract
Johnson SN, Zhang X, Crawford J, Gregory PJ, Hix N, Jarvis S, Murray PJ, Young IM.  2006.  Effects of CO2 on the searching behaviour of the root-feeding clover weevil Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research. 96:361-366. Abstract
Murillo-Amador B, Jones HG, Kaya C, Aguilar RL, Garcia-Hernandez JL, Troyo-Di E, Avila-Serrano NY, Rueda-Puente E.  2006.  Effects of foliar application of calcium nitrate on growth and physiological attributes of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.Walp.) grown under salt stress. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 58:188-196.
Firbank LG, Rothery P, May MJ, Clark SJ, Scott RJ, R.C. S, Boffey CWH, Brooks DR, Champion GT, Haughton AJ et al..  2006.  Effects of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant cropping systems on weed seedbanks in two years of following crops. Biology Letters. 2:140-143. Abstract
Shepherd T, Griffiths DW.  2006.  The effects of stress on plant epicuticular waxes. New Phytologist. 171:469-499. Abstract
Heard MS, Clark SJ, Rothery P, Perry JN, Bohan DA, Brooks DR, Champion GT, Dewar AM, Hawes C, Haughton AJ et al..  2006.  Effects of successive seasons of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant maize cropping on weeds and invertebrates. Annals of Applied Biology. 149:249-254. Abstract
Morris WL, Ducreux LJM, Fraser PD, Millam S, Taylor MA.  2006.  Engineering ketocarotenoid biosynthesis in potato tubers. Metabolic Engineering. 8:253-263. Abstract
Venkatesh B, Babujee L, Liu H, Hedley PE, Fujikawa T, Birch PRJ, Toth IK, Tsuyumu S.  2006.  Erwinia chrysanthemi 3937 PhoQ sensor kinase regulates several virulence determinants. Journal of Bacteriology. 188:3088-3098. Abstract
Leinonen I, Grant OM, Tagliavia CPP, Chaves MM, Jones HG.  2006.  Estimating stomatal conductance with thermal imagery. Plant Cell and Environment. 29:1508-1518.
Nuopponen M, Birch GM, Sykes R, Lee S, Stewart D.  2006.  Estimation of wood density and chemical composition by means of Diffuse Reflectance Mid-Infrared Fourier Transform (DRIFT-MIR) spectroscopy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 54:34-40. Abstract
Iannetta PPM, Laarhoven L-J, Medina-Escobar N, James EK, McManus MT, Davies HV, Harren FJM.  2006.  Ethylene and carbon dioxide production by developing strawberries show a correlative pattern that is indicative of ripening climacteric fruit. Physiologia Plantarum. 127:247-259. Abstract
Caldwell KS, Russell JR, Langridge P, Powell W.  2006.  Extreme population-dependent linkage disequilibrium detected in an inbreeding plant species, Hordeum vulgare. Genetics. 172:557-567. Abstract
Yeates GW, Boag B.  2006.  Female size shows similar trends in all clades of the phylum Nematoda. Nematology. 8:111-127. Abstract
Karanastasi E, Neilson R, Decraemer W.  2006.  First record of two trichodorid nematode species Paratrichodorus minor and Trichodorus sparsus (Nematoda: Trichodoridae Thorne 1935) from Greece. Annals of the Benaki Phytopathological Institute. 20:129-133.
Cacciola SO, Pane A, Cooke DEL, Raudino F, Magnano di San Lio G.  2006.  First report of brown rot and wilt of fennel caused by Phytophthora megasperma in Italy. Plant Disease. 90:-110. Abstract
Kuan HL, Fenwick C, Glover LA, Griffiths BS, Ritz K.  2006.  Functional resilience of microbial communities from perturbed upland grassland soils to further persistent or transient stresses. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 38:2300-2306. Abstract
Pritchard L, White JA, Birch PRJ, Toth IK.  2006.  GenomeDiagram: A python package for the visualisation of large-scale genomic data. Bioinformatics. 22:616-617. Abstract

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