Skip to navigation Skip to content

Publications list

Found 5636 results

Sort by: Author Title [ Year  (Asc)]
2006
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

Printed from /publications/publications-list?page=6&sort=year&order=asc on 15/04/21 02:47:51 AM

The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.