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  • Farrar, K. (2009)
  • Donnison, Iain S.; Valentine, John; Stampfl, P.; Hastings, Astley; Smith, P.; Clifton-Brown, John C.; Jones, M. (2009-06-08)
    The drivers for the development of the use of bio-energy are energy security and mitigating climate change. The question is which of these is the dominant driver as they both have different technology requirements and ...
  • Clifton-Brown, John C.; Hastings, Astley; Smith, P.; Stampfl, P.; Valentine, John; Jones, M.; Donnison, Iain S. (2008-07-01)
    The drivers for the development of the use of bio-energy are energy security and mitigating climate change. The question is which of these is the dominant driver as they both have different technology requirements and ...
  • Mitchell, Andrew Charles; Phillips, Adrienne J.; Hiebert, Randy; Gerlach, Robin; Spangler, Lee H.; Cunninghamam, Alfred B. (2009-01)
    In order to develop subsurface CO2 storage as a viable engineered mechanism to reduce the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere, any potential leakage of injected supercritical CO2 (SC-CO2) from the deep subsurface to the ...
  • Mitchell, A. C.; Phillips, A.; Kaszuba, J.; Hollis, H. K.; Gerlach, R.; Cunningham, A. (2008-12-13)
  • Edwards, J. E.; Yeoman, C. J.; Huws, S. A.; Kingston-Smith, A. H.; Mackie, R. I. (2010)
  • Prochnow, A.; Heiermann, M.; Idler, C.; Linke, B.; Plöchl, M.; Amon, T.; Langeveld, H.; Hobbs, P. J. (2008)
    Biogas production is a suitable way of energetic use of surplus grassland. The influence of grass species, cutting periods, intensity of grassland use, and ensiling additives on biogas and methane yields was investigated ...
  • Irvine-Fynn, Tristram David; Hodson, A.J. (2010-12-01)
    There is a growing awareness that biological processes affect solute acquisition in glacial meltwaters. An unprecedented, high-resolution record of dissolved oxygen (DO) in emergent subglacial meltwaters at polythermal ...
  • Toshiaki; Mark D.; Kiyoko F.; Shuichi; Yasunori; Atsuko; Shinobu; Shin; Jin-Dong; Yue; Hongyan; Yoshinobu; Hiromasa; Hidemasa; Simon; Jan; Yukie; Erick; Kazuharu; Bruno; Joachim; Jerven; Raoul JP; Pier Luigi; Matthew; Yi-An; Hirokazu; Peter J. A.; K. Bretonnel; Alexandru; Geraint; Michel; Takatomo; Toyofumi; Naohisa; Robert; Yoshinobu; Hidetoshi; Maori; Wataru; Matus; Takeo; Taehong; Anna; Yusuke; Masaaki; Camille; Hilmar; Thomas; M. Scott; Takaaki; Hiroshi; Mizuki; Katsuhiko; Mitsuteru; Hisashi; Hiroyo; Yosuke; Johan; Soichi; Yasunobu; Shujiro; Kazuki; Nicki H.; Pjotr; Rene; Philippe; Susanna-Assunta; Hiromichi; Sung-Ho; Andrea; Francesco; Shu; Philip; Ikuo; Masahito; Rutger; Patricia L.; Issaku; Chisato; William S; Christian M.; Shoko; Toshihisa (2014-02-05)
    The application of semantic technologies to the integration of biological data and the interoperability of bioinformatics analysis and visualization tools has been the common theme of a series of annual BioHackathons hosted ...
  • Prakasham, R. S.; Sathish, T.; Brahmaiah, P.; Rao, Ch. Subba; Ravella, Sreenivas Rao; Hobbs, Phil J. (2009-08)
    Biohydrogen from untreated mixed renewable agri-waste using buffalo dung compost is reported. Corn husk (CH) supported 25% higher hydrogen (H(2)) production and showed the maximum value (62.38%) with p value (1.2 x 10(-6)) ...
  • Dhanoa, M. S.; Scollan, Nigel D.; Maeng, W. J.; Choi, Nag-Jin; Wood, J. D.; Enser, Mike (2009-10-28)
    Rumen biohydrogenation of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) is a significant limitation on any attempt to manipulate the PUFA content of ruminant products (meat or milk). This study examined rumen biohydrogenation ...
  • Scollan, Nigel D.; Dhanoa, M. S.; Choi, Nag-Jin; Maeng, W. J.; Enser, Mike; Wood, J. D. (2001-05)
    Rumen biohydrogenation of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) is a significant limitation on any attempt to manipulate the PUFA content of ruminant products (meat or milk). This study examined rumen biohydrogenation ...
  • Scollan, Nigel D.; Lee, Michael R. F.; Enser, Mike (2003-11)
    Grass is a rich source of -linolenic acid (18:3 n-3) and in this study the effects on ruminal fatty acid metabolism of feeding beef steers zero-grazed Lolium perenne containing elevated levels of water-soluble carbohydrate ...
  • Enser, Mike; Lee, Michael R. F.; Scollan, Nigel D. (2010-03-08)
    Grass is a rich source of -linolenic acid (18:3 n-3) and in this study the effects on ruminal fatty acid metabolism of feeding beef steers zero-grazed Lolium perenne containing elevated levels of water-soluble carbohydrate ...
  • Ian P.; Lin S.; Adriana; Paul R.; Helen J. (2009-09-04)
    Orphan crops are those which are grown as food, animal feed or other crops of some importance in agriculture, but which have not yet received the investment of research effort or funding required to develop significant ...
  • Helen J.; Lin S. (2004)
    Over the past two decades, the trickle of data emerging from DNA sequencing projects has increased to a flood. For example, by early 2003 there were over 36 billion bases of DNA sequence publicly available. New molecular ...
  • Christian (2006-12-22)
    In a climate of political concern about the deliberate dissemination of pathogenic micro-organisms, this article assesses the nature and scope of the threat to national security posed by actors other than states. Key factors ...
  • Webb, K. Judith; Eason, William R.; Cook, Roger; Skøt, Leif; Bardgett, Richard D. (2009-11-02)
  • Cook, Roger; Bardgett, Richard D.; Eason, William R.; Skøt, Leif; Webb, K. Judith (Fundaco Estudos Agrarios Luiz Queiroz (Fealq), Piracicaba, 2001)
    This paper describes research on interactions between grassland plant species and soil microorganisms. Both parasitic and symbiotic microorganisms modify nutrient transfers between plants and soil. Experiments are described ...
  • Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences; Ali, Ahmed; Newbold, Jamie; Hart, Kenton James (2009-12-23)
    There is provided the use of a sandalwood extract or sandalwood analogue as an animal foodstuff for the reduction of methane production, reduction of bacterial mediated protein breakdown and reduces bacterial growth in the ...