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  • Bryant-Quinn, Mark (Canolfan Uwchefrydiau Cymreig a Cheltaidd, 2004)
    Hon yw’r gyfrol gyntaf yng Nghyfres Beirdd yr Uchelwyr i ymdrin â’r cerddi a briodolir i Siôn Cent, bardd crefyddol pwysicaf Cymru’r Oesoedd Canol Diweddar. Ceir ar ei enw doreth o gerddi y mae’n rhaid eu dadansoddi’n ...
  • McMahon, Robert (2004)
    Reconciling the genetic, linguistic and archaeological histories of humans will require linguists and geneticists to interact in the design and implementation of future research strategies. This paper discusses the issues ...
  • Barthel, Manfred; Cleal, Christopher J.; Thomas, Barry A. (2004-11-17)
    Incident-light darkfield microscopy permits the direct observation of cellular structure of some plant fossils without the need for maceration. It allows the study of leaf epidermis and sporangial structure where it was ...
  • Le Blanc, Katarina; Götherström, Cecilia; Ringdén, Olle; Hassan, Moustapha; McMahon, Robert; Horwitz, Edwin; Anneren, Göran; Axelsson, Ove; Nunn, Janice; Ewald, Uwe; Nordén-Lindeberg, Solveig; Jansson, Monika; Dalton, Ann; Aström, Eva; Westgren, Magnus (2005-06-15)
    Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are progenitors of mesenchymal tissues such as bone, cartilage, and adipose. Adult human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-matched MSC have been used in cellular therapies of bone disorders such as ...
  • McMahon, A.; Heggarty, P.; McMahon, R.; Slaska, N. (2005-08-01)
    Although borrowing and contact are recognised as important factors in language histories, there is no clear and agreed way of dealing with their effects on methods like traditional lexicostatistics. We argue that one ...
  • Crawford, Alistair (Quantuck Lane Press, 2005-09)
    Erich Lessing is a legend in photography. Born in 1923 in Vienna, he became a photo-reporter for the Associated Press in 1947, and in 1951 he became one of the earliest members of the legendary Magnum photo cooperative. ...
  • Bryant-Quinn, Mark (Barddas, 2006)
  • Evans, Bryan; Slater, Fred; Valentine, John; Duller, Chris J.; Jones, C.; Jones, Edward; Wilson, E.; Tubby, Ian; Fry, Danielle; Hinton-Jones, Maurice (2006)
    The largest biomass event of 2005, featuring a record number of 1142 Participants from 78 countries from all over the world, the 14th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition represented a first-rate opportunity for ...
  • Haygarth, Philip M.; Anthony, S. G.; Newell-Price, P.; Harris, D.; Shepherd, M. A.; Cuttle, Steve P.; Chambers, Brian; Chadwick, David R. (2006)
    The timetable for implementation of the Water Framework Directive requires best available information to be synthesised now. Cost-effectiveness is an important consideration when deciding what actions should be taken to ...
  • McMahon, A.; McMahon, R. (Elsevier, 2006-01-01)
    Genetics interacts with and influences language and linguistics in at least four ways. First, and perhaps most obviously, human language is certainly underpinned by a human genetic component, though the details will be ...
  • Jones, H. D.; Wilkinson, M.; Doherty, A.; Wu, H. (Springer Nature, 2007)
    At Rothamsted Research UK, we have developed a robust protocol for the Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of elite wheat and during the last year, made over one hundred independent transgenic lines in one durum and three ...
  • McMahon, A.; Heggarty, P.; McMahon, R.; Maguire, W. (2007-01-01)
    Linguists are able to describe, transcribe, and classify the differences and similarities between accents formally and precisely, but there has until very recently been no reliable and objective way of measuring degrees ...
  • Cann, Rosemary O. (Aberystwyth UniversityEducation and Lielong Learning, 2008)
    The purpose of this study is to determine whether gender tendencies exist in girls' and boys' attitudes towards mathematics in Wales which may affect their participation in the subject, along with identifying any school ...
  • Clifton-Brown, J. C.; Robson, P. R.; Allison, G. G.; Lister, S. J.; Sanderson, R.; Morris, Cathy; Hodgson, E.; Farrar, K.; Hawkins, S.; Jensen, E. F.; Jones, S. T.; Huang, L.; Roberts, P. C.; Youell, S. J.; Jones, B. R.; Wright, A.; Valentine, J.; Donnison, I. S. (2008)
    The genus Miscanthus contains species which have high biomass potential. Phenotypic variation in traits relevant to yield and quality has been evaluated in a replicated spaced plant trial containing 249 genotypes. Results ...
  • Duller, C. J.; Valentine, J. (2008)
    Commercial scale blocks of SRC willow have been planted on seven farms in Wales. They have been used for real 'touch- and -see' demonstration. Actual levels of inputs have been used in a new economic model (Valentine et ...
  • Hinton-Jones, M.; Valentine, J. (2008)
    The main purpose of the project was to assess the adaptability and biomass yield potential of old and new varieties of SRC willow (Salix spp.) through trialling in Wales. Two trials were established in 2003 (Trial I) and ...
  • Valentine, J.; Duller, C. J.; Hinton-Jones, M.; Tubby, I.; Fry, D. A.; Slater, F. M.; Sherborne, A.; Jones, E.; Heaton, R.; Farrell, J.; Horne, B.; Green, C. G.; Powell, H. G. (Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 2008-02-28)
  • McMahon, A.; McMahon, R. (2008-03-11)
    Historical linguists have always been interested in grouping varieties and languages together into subgroups and families. However, their methodologies for doing so, and for representing the results, have until relatively ...
  • Croft, Paul; Arp, Kimberly Paul; Baribeau, Helen; Barnes, Michael; Britton, Daniel; Christison, Tom; Clarke, Alastair; Cline, Clinton; Creenaune, Danielle; Douglas, Emily Arthur; Driesbach, John; Flanders, April; Greider, William; Haas, Kevin; Kelly, Brian; Kimball, Wayne; Macklin, Judy Elizabeth; Peterson, Richard; Pitt, Shelia; Polk, Andrew; Polk, Kathryn; Rush, Kent; Satoshi, Takahira; Seckinger, Linda; Vaden, Cerese; Yazzi, Melanie (University of Arizona Press, 2008-03-23)
    International Portfolio of Lithography presented as an elaborate box set of 25 prints by 25 artists from USA, UK and elsewhere. Inspired by the short story The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster published in 1909, this portfolio ...
  • Kent, Lindsey; Emerton, J.; Vadrahbathi, B; Weisblatt, E.; Pascoe, G; Willatt, Lionell; McMahon, Robert; Yates, John R.W. (2008-04-30)
    Abstract Background: X-linked ichthyosis (XLI) (steroid sulfatase deficiency) is caused by deletions or point mutations of the steroid sulfatase (STS) gene on chromosome Xp22.32. Deletions of this region can be associated ...

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