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Slee B, Brown I, Donnelly D, Gordon IJ, Matthews KB, Towers W.  2014.  The ‘squeezed middle’: identifying and addressing conflicting demands on intermediate quality farmland in Scotland. Land Use Policy. 41:206-216.
Vittuari M, Falasconi L, Masotti M, Piras S, Segrè A, Setti M.  2020.  ‘Not in my bin’: consumer’s understanding and concern of food waste effects and mitigating factors. Sustainability. 12:ArticleNo.5685.
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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.
Cakmak I, McLaughlin MJ, White PJ.  2017.  Zinc for better crop production and human health. Plant and Soil. 411:1-4.
Pritchard L, Birch PRJ.  2014.  The zigzag model of plant-microbe interactions: is it time to move on? Molecular Plant Pathology. 15:865-870.
Hein I, Gilroy EM, Armstrong MR, Birch PRJ.  2009.  The zig-zag-zig in oomycete-plant interactions. Molecular Plant Pathology. 10:547-562.
Palarea-Albaladejo J, Martin-Fernandez JA.  2015.  zCompositions - R Package for multivariate imputation of left-censored data under a compositional approach. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems. 143:85-96.
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Li S, Gilbert L, Harrison PA, Rounsevell MDA.  2016.  yy Modelling the seasonality of Lyme disease risk and the potential impacts of a warming climate within the heterogeneous landscapes of Scotland. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 13:ArticleNo.20160140.
Holden NJ.  2019.  You are what you can find to eat: bacterial metabolism in the rhizosphere. Current Issues in Molecular Biology. 30:1-16.
Dinnie E, Browne K.  2012.  You again - what are you researching this time? can you ever "leave the field"? Fieldwork in Religion. 7:164-179.
Gilbert L, Bulmer E, Arnold KE, Graves JA.  2007.  Yolk androgens and embryo sex: maternal effects of confounding factors? Hormones and Behavior. 51(2):231-238.
Holland JE, White PJ, Glendining MJ, Goulding KWT, McGrath SP.  2019.  Yield responses of arable crops to liming - An evaluation of relationships between yields and soil pH from a long-term liming experiment. European Journal of Agronomy. 105:176-188.
Bingham IJ, Hoad SP, Thomas WTB, Newton AC.  2012.  Yield response to fungicide of spring barley genotypes differing in disease susceptibility and canopy structure. Field Crops Research. 139:9-19.
Liu Q, Ren T, Zhang Y, Li X, Cong R, White PJ, Lu J.  2019.  Yield loss of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) under nitrogen deficiency is associated with under-regulation of plant population density. European Journal of Agronomy. 103:80-89.
Andriukonis E, Stirke A, Garbaras A, Mikoliunaite L, Ramanaviciene A, Remeikis V, Thornton B, Ramanavicius A.  2018.  Yeast-assisted synthesis of polypyrrole: quantification and influence on the mechanical properties of the cell wall. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces. 164:224-231.
Holeva RC, MacFarlane SA.  2006.  Yeast two-hybrid study of tobacco rattle virus coat protein and 2b protein interactions. Archives of Virology. 151:2123-2132. Abstract
Pakeman RJ, Alexander J, Beaton J, Brooker R, Cummins R, Eastwood A, Fielding D, Fisher J, Gore S, Hewison R et al..  2015.  Y Species composition of coastal dune vegetation in Scotland has proved resistant to climate change over a third of a century. Global Change Biology. 21:3738-3747.
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Oliveira CMG, Ferraz LCCB, Neilson R.  2006.  Xiphinema krugi, species complex or complex of cryptic species? Journal of Nematology. 38:418-428. Abstract
Eveborn D, Gustafsson JP, Hesterberg D, Hillier S.  2009.  XANES speciation of P in environmental samples: an assessment of filter media for on-site wastewater treatment. Environmental Science and Technology. 42(17):6515-6521.
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Gilchrist K, Brown C, Montarzino A.  2015.  Workplace settings and wellbeing: Greenspace use and views contribute to employee wellbeing at peri-urban business sites. Landscape and Urban Planning. 138:32-40.
Boden L, Auty H, Goddard P, Stott A, Ball N, Mellor D.  2014.  Working at the science-policy interface. Veterinary Record. 174:165-167.
Puttock A, Dungait JAJ, Macleod CJA, Bol R, Brazier RE.  2014.  Woody plant encroachment into grasslands leads to accelerated erosion of previously stable organic carbon from dryland soils. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. 119:2345-2357.
Gimona A, Poggio L, Brown I, Castellazzi M.  2012.  Woodland networks in a changing climate: Threats from land use change. Biological Conservation. 149:93-102.
Sing L, Towers W, Ellis J.  2013.  Woodland expansion in Scotland: an assessment of the opportunities and constraints using GIS. Scottish Forestry. 67
Williamson K, Gilbert L, Rutstein AN, Pariser EC, Grave JA.  2008.  Within-year differences in reproductive investment in laboratory zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata), an opportunistically breeding bird. Naturwissenschaften. 95(12):1143-1148.
Wang HL, Tang XY, Song SB, McKenzie BM.  2015.  Within-year changes in hydraulic properties of a shallow entisol in farmland and forestland. Vadose Zone Journal. 14
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.
Pakeman RJ, McKeen M.  2019.  Within country targeting of agri-environment funding: a test of different methods. Global Ecology and Conservation. 17:ArticleNo.e00574.
Matthews KB, Schwarz G, Buchan K, Rivington M, Miller DG.  2008.  Wither agricultural DSS? Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 61(2):149-159.
Nazir S, Newey S, Irvine RJ, Verdicch F, Davidson P, Fairhurst G, van der Wal R.  2017.  WiseEye: Next generation expandable and programmable camera trap platform for wildlife research. PLoS One. 12
Nazir S, Newey S, Irvine RJ, Verdicchio F, Davidson P, Fairhurst G, van der Wal R.  2017.  WiseEye: Next generation expandable and programmable camera trap platform for wildlife research. PLoS One. 12
Nazir S, Newey S, Irvine RJ, Verdicchio F, Davidson P, Fairhurst G, van der Wal R.  2017.  WiseEye: Next generation expandable and programmable camera trap platform for wildlife research. PLoS OBE. 12:e0169758.
Cacciola SO, Spica D, Cooke DEL, Raudino F, San Lio GMD.  2006.  Wilt and collapse of Cuphea ignea caused by Phytophthora tropicalis in Italy. Plant Disease. 90:680-680. Abstract
Wiegmann M, Thomas WTB, Bull HJ, Flavell AJ, Zeyner A, Peiter E, Pillen K, Maurer A.  2019.  Wild barley serves as a source for biofortification of barley grain. Plant Science. 283:83-94.
Choudhary S, Tak N, Bissa G, Chouhan B, Choudhary P, Sprent JI, James EK, Gehlot HS.  2020.  The widely distributed legume tree Vachellia (Acacia) nilotica subsp. indica is nodulated by genetically diverse Ensifer strains in India. Symbiosis. 80:15-31.
Perez-Barberia FJ, Robertson E, Soriguer R, Aldezabal A, Mendizabal M.  2007.  Why polygynous ungulates segregate in space? Testing the activity budget hypothesis in Soay sheep Ecological Monographs. 77(4):631-647.
Toth IK, Humphris S, Campbell E, Pritchard L.  2015.  Why genomics research on Pectobacterium and Dickeya makes a difference. American Journal of Potato Research. 92:218-222.
Shortall S, McKee A, Sutherland LA.  2019.  Why do farm accidents persist? Normalising danger on the farm within the farm family Sociology of Health and Illness. 41:470-483.
Skelsey P, With KA, Garrett KA.  2013.  Why dispersal should be maximised at intermediate scales of heterogeneity. Theoretical Ecology. 6:203-211.
Thordal-Christensen H, Birch PRJ, Spanu PD, Panstruga R.  2018.  Why did filamentous plant pathogens evolve the potential to secrete hundreds of effectors to enable disease? Molecular Plant Pathology. 19:781-785.
Hill R, Miller C, Newell B, Dunlop M, Gordon IJ.  2015.  Why biodiversity declines as protected areas increase: the effect of the power of governance regimes on sustainable landscapes. Sustainability Science. 10:357-369.
Crozier L, Hedley PE, Morris J, Wagstaff C, Andrews SC, Toth I, Jackson RW, Holden N.  2016.  Whole-transcriptome analysis of verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli O157:H7 (Sakai) suggests plant-species-specific metabolic responses on exposure to spinach and lettuce extracts. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7
Hawes C, Young MW, Banks G, Begg GS, Christie A, Iannetta PPM, Karley AJ, Squire GR.  2019.  Whole-systems analysis of environmental and economic sustainability in arable cropping systems: a case study. Agronomy. 9:ArticleNo.438.
Waugh R, Marshall DF, Thomas WTB, Comadran J, Russell JR, Close T, Stein N, Hayes P, Muehlbauer G, Cockram J et al..  2010.  Whole-genome association mapping in elite inbred crop varieties. Genome. 53:967-972.
McNeil CJ, Hoskin SO, Bremner DM, Holtrop G, Lobley GE.  2016.  Whole-body and splanchnic amino acid metabolism in sheep during an acute endotoxin challenge. British Journal of Nutrition. 116:211-222.

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