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Bevan M, Waugh R.  2007.  Applying plant genomics to crop improvement. Genome Biology. 8:302-302. Abstract
Vinten AJA, Bowden-Smith P.  2020.  An appraisal of potential for sowing of nasturtium officinale into streams to mitigate nutrient pollution in Eastern Scotland. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17:ArticleNo.895.
Jones HG, Hillis RM, Gordon SL, Brennan RM.  2013.  An approach to the determination of winter chill requirements for different Ribes cultivars. Plant Biology. 15:18-27.
Shand CA, Balsam M, Hillier SJ, Hudson G, Newman G, Arthur JR, Nicol F.  2010.  Aqua regia extractable selenium contents of some Scottish topsoils measured by ICP-MS and the relationship with mineral and organic components. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 90(6):972-980.
Demars BOL, Tremolieres M.  2009.  Aquatic macrophytes as bioindicators of carbon dioxide in groundwater fed rivers. The Science of the Total Environment. 407(16):4752-4763.
Demars BOL, Wiegleb G, Harper DM, Broring U, Brux H, Herr W.  2014.  Aquatic plant dynamics in lowland river networks: connectivity, management and climate change. Water. 6:868-911.
Raven JA.  2006.  Aquatic viruses: the emerging story. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 86:449-451. Abstract
Fray RG, Simpson GG.  2015.  The Arabidopsis epitranscriptome. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 27:17-21.
Latijnhouwers M, Hawes C, Carvalho C, Oparka K, Gillingham AK, Boevink P.  2005.  An Arabidopsis GRIP domain protein locates to the trans-Golgi and binds the small GTPase ARL1. Plant Journal. 44:459-470. Abstract
Brown JWS, Shaw PJ, Shaw P, Marshall DF.  2005.  Arabidopsis nucleolar protein database (AtNoPDB). Nucleic Acids Research. 33:D633-D636.
Simpson CG, Lewandowska D, Liney M, Davidson D, Chapman S, Fuller J, McNicol J, Shaw P, Brown JWS.  2014.  Arabidopsis PTB1 and PTB2 proteins negatively regulate splicing of a mini-exon splicing reporter and affect alternative splicing of endogenous genes differentially. New Phytologist. 203:424-436.
Terzi LC, Simpson GG.  2009.  Arabidopsis RNA immunoprecipitation. Plant Journal. 59:163-168.
Carvalho RF, Szakonyi D, Simpson CG, Barbosa ICR, Brown JWS, Baena-Gonzalez E, Duque P.  2016.  The arabidopsis SR45 splicing factor, a negative regulator of sugar signaling, modulates SNF1-related protein kinase 1 stability. Plant Cell. 28:1910-1925.
Hawes C, Squire GR, Hallett PD, Watson CA, Young MW.  2010.  Arable plant communities as indicators of farming practice. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 138:17-26.
Davison J, Opik M, Daniell TJ, Moora M, Zobel M.  2011.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in plant roots are not random assemblages. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 78:103-115.
Bennett AE, Daniell TJ, Opik M, Davison J, Moora M, Zobel M, Selosse MA, Evans D.  2013.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal networks vary throughout the growing season and between successional stages. PLoS ONE. 8:e83241.
Babikova Z, Gilbert L, Bruce TJA, Dewhirst S, Pickett JA, Johnson D.  2014.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and aphids interact by changing host plant quality and volatile emission. Functional Ecology. 28:375-385.
Zhang L, Shi N, Fan J, Wang F, George TS, Feng G.  2018.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi stimulate organic P mobilization by changing bacterial community structure in the field. Environmental Microbiology. 20:2639-2651.
Paterson E, Sim A, Davidson J, Daniell TJ.  2016.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphae promote priming of native soil organic matter mineralisation. Plant and Soil. Published online..
Paterson E, Sim A, Davidson J, Daniell TJ.  2016.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphae promote priming of native soil organic matter mineralisation. Plant and Soil. 408:243-254.
Singh BK.  2010.  Archaea in a hyper-arid polar desert. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.. 107(2):E1-E1.
Rosling A, Cox F, Cruz-Martinez K, Ihrmark K, Grelet GA, Lindahl BD, Menkis A, James TY.  2011.  Archaeorhizomycetes: unearthing an ancient class of ubiquitous soil fungi. Science. 333:876-879.
Nicolas WJ, Grison MS, Trépout S, Gaston A, Fouché M, Cordelières FP, Oparka K, Tilsner J, Brocard L, Bayer EM.  2017.  Architecture and permeability of post-cytokinesis plasmodesmata lacking cytoplasmic sleeves. Nature Plants. 3:ArticleNo.17082.
Campbell GA, Lilly A, Corstanje R, Mayr TR, Black HIJ.  2017.  Are existing soils data meeting the needs of stakeholders in Europe? An analysis of practical use from policy to field Land Use Policy. 69:211-223.
Koichi K, Cottrell A, Sangha KK, Gordon IJ.  2012.  Are feral pigs (Sus scrofa) a pest to rainforest tourism? Journal of Ecotourism. 11:132-148.
Ascher J, Sartori G, Graefe U, Thornton B, Ceccherini MT, Pietramellara G, Egli M.  2012.  Are humus forms, mesofauna and microflora in subalpine forest soils sensitive to thermal conditions? Biology and Fertility of Soils. 48:709-725.
Jackson-Blake LA, Sample JE, Wade AJ, Helliwell RC, Skeffington RA.  2017.  Are our dynamic water quality models too complex? A comparison of a new parsimonious phosphorus model, SimplyP, and INCA-P Water Resources Research. 53:5382-5399.
Brown JL, MacDonald R, Mitchell R.  2015.  Are people who participate in cultural activities more satisfied with life? Social Indicators Research. 122:135-146.
Lennon JJ, Beale CM, Reid CL, Kent M, Pakeman RJ.  2010.  Are richness patterns of common and rare species equally well explained by environmental variables? Ecography. 34(4):529-539.
Lennon JJ, Beale CM, Reid CL, Kent M, Pakeman RJ.  2011.  Are richness patterns of common and rare species equally well explained by environmental variables? Ecography. 34:529-539.
Gilbert A, Colley K, Roberts D.  2016.  Are rural residents happier? A quantitative analysis of subjective wellbeing in Scotland Journal of Rural Studies. 44:37-45.
Primack RB, Regan TJ, Devictor V, Zipf L, Godet L, Loyola R, Maas B, Pakeman RJ, Cumming GS, Bates AE et al..  2019.  Are scientific editors reliable gatekeepers of the publication process. Biological Conservation. 238:ArticleNo.108232.
Urama KC, Hodge ID.  2006.  Are stated preferences convergent with revealed preferences? Empirical evidence from Nigeria Ecological Economics. 59(1):24-37.
Mitchell C, Brennan RM, Cross JV, Johnson SN.  2011.  Arthropod pests of currant and gooseberry crops in the UK: their biology, management and future prospects. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 13:221-237.
Koper JEB, Kortekaas M, Loonen LMP, Huang Z, Wells JM, Gill CIR, Pourshahidi LK, McDougall G, Rowland I, Pereira-Caro G et al..  2020.  Aryl hydrocarbon receptor activation during in vitro and in vivo digestion of raw and cooked broccoli (brassica oleracea var.Italica). Food and Function. 11:4026-4037.
Hancock RD, Chudek S, Walker PG, Pont SDA, Viola R.  2008.  Ascorbic acid conjugates isolated from the phloem of Cucurbitaceae. Phytochemistry. 69:1850-1858. Abstract
Walker PG, Viola R, Woodhead M, Jorgensen L, Gordon SL, Brennan RM, Hancock RD.  2010.  Ascorbic acid content of blackcurrant fruit is influenced by both genetic and enviromental factors. Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology. 4:40-52.
Mitchell RJ, Beaton JK, Bellamy PE, Broome A, Chetcuti J, Eaton S, Ellis CJ, Gimona A, Harmer R, Hester AJ et al..  2014.  Ash dieback in the UK: a review of the ecological and conservation implications and potential management options. Biological Conservation. 175:95-109.
Pagaling E, Vassileva K, Mills CG, Bush T, Blythe RA, Schwarz-Linek J, Strathdee F, Allen RJ, Free A.  2017.  Assembly of microbial communities in replicate nutrient-cycling model ecosystems follows divergent trajectories, leading to alternate stable states. Environmental Microbiology. 19:3374-3386.
Arpaia S, Messean A, Birch NA, Hokannen H, Hartel S, Van Loon J, Lovei G, Park J, Spreafico H, Squire GR et al..  2014.  Assessing and monitoring impacts of genetically modified plants on agro-ecosystems: the approach of the AMIGA project. Entomologia. 2:79-86.
Navajas EA, Glasbey CA, Fisher AV, Ross DW, Hyslop JJ, Richardson RI, Simm G, Roehe R.  2010.  Assessing beef carcass tissue weights using computed tomography spirals of primal cuts. Meat Science. 84:30-38.
Ramezanian A, Dahlin AS, Campbell CD, Hillier S, Oborn I.  2015.  Assessing biogas digestate, pot ale, wood ash and rockdust as soil amendments: effects on soil chemistry and microbial community composition. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B: Soil and Plant Science.
Guo J, Glendell M, Meersmans J, Kirkels F, Middleburg JJ, Peterse F.  2020.  Assessing branched tetraether lipids as tracers of soil organic carbon transport through the Carminowe Creek catchment (southwest England). Biogeosciences. 17:3183-3201.
Lilly A, Chapman SJ.  2015.  Assessing changes in carbon stocks of Scottish soils: lessons learnt. Earth and Environmental Science. 25:ArticleNo.01201.
Burgess PJ, Moffat AJ, Matthews RB.  2010.  Assessing climate change causes, risks and opportunities in forestry. Outlook on Agriculture. 39(4):263-268.
Chapman SJ, Campbell CD, Artz RRE.  2007.  Assessing CLPPs using MicroRespTM: a comparison with Biolog and other methods. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 7(6):406-410.
Taylor AR, Taylor AFS.  2014.  Assessing daily egestion rates in earthworms: using fungal spores as a natural soil marker to estimate gut transit time. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 50:179-183.

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