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  • Meade, Andrew; Pagel, Mark; Atkinson, Quentin D. (2007-10-11)
    Greek speakers say '', Germans 'schwanz' and the French 'queue' to describe what English speakers call a 'tail', but all of these languages use a related form of 'two' to describe the number after one. Among more than 100 ...
  • Garcia de Leaniz, C.; Gajardo, G.; Consuegra, S. (2010-12-21)
    Exotic salmonids were deliberately introduced to the southern hemisphere during the last part of the 20th century, initially to boost sport fishing and later to develop an aquaculture industry. Early introductions were ...
  • Garrod, Brian; Fyall, Alan (Elsevier, 2004-07)
    Global Tourism offers a comprehensive exploration of the key issues in tourism. Authors draw on their individual insights to assess and critique contemporary tourism and take a view of the future. Fully revised and ...
  • Lampkin, Nic H. (CABI Publishing, 2003)
    Organic agriculture is one of the most rapidly developing market segments in OECD countries. Policy measures have been introduced in many of these countries to encourage and promote organic farming. But what is the ...
  • Armstead, Ian P.; Donnison, Iain S.; Aubry, Sylvain; Harper, John A.; Hortensteiner, Stefan; James, Caron L.; Mani, Jan; Moffet, Matt; Ougham, Helen J.; Roberts, Luned A.; Thomas, Ann Myfanwy; Weeden, Norman; Thomas, Sid; King, Ian Philip (2006-12)
  • Cavanagh, Colin; Morell, Matthew; Powell, Wayne; Mackay, Ian (2008-04-01)
    The dissection of gene-trait associations and its translation into practice through plant breeding is a central aspect of modern plant biology. The identification of genes underlying simply inherited traits has been very ...
  • Roberts, Luned A.; Thorogood, Daniel; King, Ian P.; Goodacre, Royston; Ougham, Helen J.; Reader, S. M.; Ellis, David I. (2007-12)
    Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) was used to obtain ‘holistic’ metabolic fingerprints from a wide range of plants to differentiate species, population, single plant genotype, and chromosomal constitution ...
  • Kingston-Smith, A. H.; Davies, T. E.; Edwards, Joan E.; Theodorou, M. K. (2008)
    Plant cell death occurring as a result of adverse environmental conditions is known to limit crop production. It is less well recognized that plant cell death processes can also contribute to the poor environmental footprint ...
  • Bisi, M. M.; Breen, A. R.; Jackson, B. V.; Fallows, R. A.; Walsh, A. P.; Mikić, Z.; Riley, P.; Owen, C. J.; Gonzalez-Esparza, A.; Aguilar-Rodriguez, E.; Morgan, H.; Jensen, E. A.; Wood, A. G.; Owens, M. J.; Tokumaru, M.; Manoharan, P. K.; Chashei, I. V.; Giunta, A. S.; Linker, J. A.; Shishov, V. I.; Tyul'Bashev, S. A.; Agalya, G.; Glubokova, S. K.; Hamilton, M. S.; Fujiki, K.; Hick, P. P.; Clover, J. M.; Pintér, B. (2010-08-01)
    We report the results of a multi-instrument, multi-technique, coordinated study of the solar eruptive event of 13 May 2005. We discuss the resultant Earth-directed (halo) coronal mass ejection (CME), and the effects on the ...
  • Lee, M. R. F.; Theobald, V. J.; Wold, J. -. P.; Veberg, A.; Lundy, F.; Fraser, M. D. (2009)
  • Irvine-Fynn, Tristram David; Edwards, Arwyn (2014-01)
  • Cairns, Andrew J. (2003-01-01)
    Data from plants transformed to accumulate fructan are assessed in the context of natural concentrations of reserve carbohydrates and natural fluxes of carbon in primary metabolism: Transgenic fructan accumulation is ...
  • Cairns, Andrew J.; Perret, Sophie J. (Taylor & Francis/CRC Press, 2005-05-27)
  • Soussana, J. F.; Allard, V.; Pilegaard, K.; Ambus, P.; Amman, C.; Campbell, C. L.; Ceschia, E.; Clifton-Brown, John C.; Czobel, S.; Domingues, R.; Ammann, Christof; Flechard, C.; Fuhrer, J.; Hensen, A.; Horvath, L.; Jones, M.; Kasper, G.; Martin, C.; Nagy, Z.; Neftel, A; Raschi, A.; Baronti, S.; Rees, R. M.; Skiba, U.; Stefani, P.; Manca, G.; Sutton, M.; Tuba, Z.; Valentini, R. (2007-06)
    The full greenhouse gas balance of nine contrasted grassland sites covering a major climatic gradient over Europe was measured during two complete years. The sites include a wide range of management regimes (rotational ...
  • Clare, Amanda Janet; Karwath, Andreas; Ougham, Helen Joan; King, Ross Donald (2006-02-15)
    Motivation: The genome of Arabidopsis thaliana, which has the best understood plant genome, still has approximately one-third of its genes with no functional annotation at all from either MIPS or TAIR. We have applied our ...
  • Micheli, Fabienne; Maximova, Siela; Gramacho, Karina Peres; Guiltinan, M.; Wilkinson, Michael J.; Lanaud, Claire; de Oliveira Figueira, A. V.; de Mattos Cascardo, Júlio Cézar (2010-10-21)
    Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) is one of the main tropical crops worldwide. It is cultivated primarily to provide cacao liquor, butter, and pwder for the chocolate industry, essentially due to its flavour properties. Unfortunately, ...
  • Donnison, Iain S.; Farrar, Kerrie; Allison, Gordon G.; Hodgson, Edward; Adams, Jessica M.; Hatch, Robert; Gallagher, Joe A.; Robson, Paul R.; Clifton-Brown, John C.; Morris, Phillip (2009)
    Biomass from forage and energy crops can provide a renewable source of meat, milk, and wool, or power, heat, transport fuels and platform chemicals, respectively. Whilst in forage grasses some improvements have been made, ...
  • Ellis, David I.; Goodacre, Royston; Kaderbhai, Naheed N.; Broadhurst, David I.; Kell, Douglas B. (2003-07-18)
    We sought to test the hypothesis that mutant bacterial strains could be discriminated from each other on the basis of the metabolites they secrete into the medium (their ‘metabolic footprint’), using two methods of ‘global’ ...
  • Varin, Sébastien; Lemauviel-Lavenant, Servane; Cliquet, Jean Bernard; Diquélou, Sylvain; Michaelson-Yeates, Terence Padraic Thomas (2009-04)
    Recent control of atmospheric SO2 pollution is leading to important soil sulphur impoverishment. Plasticity could be a mechanism allowing species to adapt to this rapid global change. Trifolium repens L. is a key grassland ...
  • Giaever, Guri; Chu, Angela M.; Ni, Li; Connelly, Carla; Riles, Linda; Véronneau, Steeve; Dow, Sally; Lucau-Danila, Ankuta; Anderson, Keith; André, Bruno; Arkin, Adam P; Astromoff, Anna; El Bakkoury, Mohamed; Bangham, Rhonda; Benito, Rocio; Brachatt, Sophie; Campanaro, Stefano; Curtiss, Matt; Davis, Karen; Deurschbauer, Adam; Entian, Karl-Dieter; Flaherty, Patrick; Foury, Francoise; Garfinkel, David; Gerstein, Mark; Gotte, Deanna; Güldener, Ulrich; Hegemann, Johannes H.; Hempel, Svenga; Herman, Zelek; Jaramillo, Daniel F.; Kelly, Diane E.; Kelly, Steven L.; Kötter, Steven; LaBont, Darlene; Lamb, David C.; Lan, Ning; Liang, Hong; Liao, Hong; Liu, Lucy; Luo, Chuanyun; Lussier, Marc; Mao, Rong; Menard, Patrice; Ooi, Siew Loon; Revuelta, Jose L.; Roberts, Christopher J.; Rose, Matthias; Ross-Macdonald, Petra; Scherens, Bart; Schimmack, Greg; Schafer, Brenda; Shoemaker, Daniel D.; Sookhai-Mahadeo, Sharon; Storms, Reginald K.; Strathern, Jeffrey N.; Valle, Giorgio; Voet, Marleen; Volckaert, Guido; Wang, Chin-yun; Ward, Teresa R.; Wilhelmy, Julie; Winzeler, Elizabeth A.; Yang, Yonghong; Yen, Grace; Youngman, Elaine; Yu, Kexin; Bussey, Howard; Boeke, Jef D.; Snyder, Michael; Philippsen, Peter; Davis, Ronald W.; Johnston, Mark (2002-07-25)
    Determining the effect of gene deletion is a fundamental approach to understanding gene function. Conventional genetic screens exhibit biases, and genes contributing to a phenotype are often missed. We systematically ...

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