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  • Conrad L.; Barbara; Vincent; Duong; Gianluigi; Laszlo; Wieland; R. Henrik; Karen W.; Andrew N.; Paul M.; Kessy; M. Catherine; Hiran A.; Martin.; Ten; B; Qing; Jie; Ana; Pedro W; Ulrike; Z. Wilhelm; Bryn T. M.; Pradeep K.; Margarita; Nicolas; Katerina; Miguel A.; Zai-Wei; Gareth Wyn; Johannes Z; Marizeth; Martin; Marieka; Cécile; Liangdong; Sarah; Richard; Karen; Valérie; Seung-Beom; Jos; Kevin D.; Patrik; Peter R; Samantha C.; Urmas; Gabor M.; Ekaphan; Krisztina; Cletus P.; Karl-Henrik; Steven; Peter M.; Kare; Jian-Kui; Jean D.; Janet J.; H Thorsten; Sajeewa S. N.; Dimuthu; María P.; Andrew M.; Jean-Marc; Giuseppina; Karen K.; Tuula; Ibai; Tamás; Tamás; Raquel; Martha J.; Huzefa A.; Dirk; J.M.; Keith A.; Bhushan; Soili; Benjamin; Sung-Oui; Kazuaki; Leho; M. Teresa; Dhanushka; Wendy A.; Javier; Krishna V.; Csaba; Johann; Kerstin; Donald M.; Bevan S.; Michael; Nalin N.; Michael J; J. P.; Yang; Ning; Wen-Ying; Scott (2014-05-28)
    DNA phylogenetic comparisons have shown that morphology-based species recognition often underestimates fungal diversity. Therefore, the need for accurate DNA sequence data, tied to both correct taxonomic names and clearly ...
  • Allen; Robert John (2010)
    Successful navigation is fundamental to the survival of nearly every animal on earth, and achieved by nervous systems of vastly different sizes and characteristics. Yet surprisingly little is known of the detailed neural ...
  • Peter M.; Andreas; Jan P.; Thomas; Nils; Takashi; Giang T. H. (2010-11)
    The barley mutant allele sdw3 confers a gibberellin-insensitive, semi-dwarf phenotype with potential for breeding of new semi-dwarfed barley cultivars. Towards map-based cloning, sdw3 was delimited by high-resolution genetic ...
  • Sehgal, D.; Skot, L.; Armstead, I. P.; Hash, C. T.; Yadav, R. S. (2010)
    Pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.] is the sixth most important global cereal crop (after rice, wheat, maize, barley and sorghum) grown as a rainfed grain and fodder crop in the hottest, driest regions of sub-Saharan ...
  • Cavalcanti, Jaime J. V.; Wilkinson, Michael J. (2007-09-01)
    Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) is a widespread tropical tree crop that is grown primarily for its nuts and has a global production of over 2 million Mt. In spite of its economic importance to many countries, however, no ...
  • Littlewood, D. T. J.; Waeschenbach, Andrea; Taylor, Paul D.; Cox, Cymon; Porter, Joanne S. (2009-07-01)
    The Cyclostomata are the only extant representatives of the class Stenolaemata, an ancient group of exclusively marine bryozoans. Previous cladistic analyses of cyclostome bryozoans, based exclusively on skeletal characters, ...
  • Woodall, L. C.; Koldewey, H. J.; Santos, S. V.; Shaw, P. W. (2009)
    A seahorse specimen from Banco Acores (Azores Archipelago) was identified using morphological and molecular genetic data as Hippocampus erectus. This specimen represents the first record of H. erectus in the eastern Atlantic ...
  • I.; A. J.; J. E.; E.; T. (2009-02-12)
    Two-spotted goby Gobiusculus flavescens from the Swedish Gullmarsfjord regularly present subcutaneous creamy-white patches in the body musculature, associated with Kabatana sp. infection. Analysis of the 16S rRNA gene of ...
  • Sansone, Susanna-Assunta; Rocca-Serra, Philippe; Brandizi, Marco; Brazma, Alvis; Field, Dawn; Fostel, Jennifer; Garrow, Andrew G.; Gilbert, Jack; Goodsaid, Federico; Hardy, Nigel; Jones, Phil; Lister, Allyson; Miller, Michael; Morrison, Norman; Rayner, Tim; Sklyar, Nataliya; Taylor, Chris F.; Tong, Weida; Warner, Guy; Wiemann, Stefan (2008-06-19)
    This article summarizes the motivation for, and the proceedings of, the first ISA-TAB workshop held December 6–8, 2007, at the EBI, Cambridge, UK. This exploratory workshop, organized by members of the Microarray Gene ...
  • Kim, Eun Joong; Huws, Sharon Ann; Lee, Michael Richard; Wood, Jeff D.; Muetzel, Stefan M.; Wallace, R. John; Scollan, Nigel David (2008-05-01)
    Ruminant fat is rich in SFA, partly due to the biohydrogenation of dietary PUFA to SFA in the rumen. This process can be inhibited by the dietary inclusion of fish oil. The only bacteria isolated from the rumen capable of ...
  • Sanderson, Ruth; Dhanoa, M. S.; Thomas, C.; McAllan, A. B. (2001-08)
    Growth and efficiencies of nitrogen and energy utilization for growth by 72 young British Friesian steers (initial live weight (LW) 110 kg) offered a well preserved, formic acid-treated, perennial ryegrass silage with and ...
  • Kim, Eun J.; Parker, David S.; Scollan, Nigel D. (2001-09)
    Four Hereford Yen Friesian mature steers equipped with rumen, duodenal and ileal cannulas were fed on either grass silage alone (S) or silage supplemented with fishmeal (150 gkg-1 silage dry matter intake; SFM) to assess ...
  • Sara; David E (2014-08)
    The handshake is a commonplace greeting in many cultures, but it has the potential to transmit infectious organisms directly between individuals. We developed an experimental model to assay transfer of bacteria during ...
  • Roger A.; David; Kazuko; Alexander J.; Steven L.; Stephen; Stephen N. (2004)
    Flow cytometry and confocal microscopy were used to quantify and visualize FITC-lectin binding to cell-surface carbohydrate ligands of log and stationary phase acapsular and capsular Cryptococcus neoformans strains. Cell ...
  • Tepfer, Mark; Wilkinson, Michael J. (2009-01-01)
    The seemingly inexorable expansion of global human population size, significant increases in the use of biofuel crops and the growing pressures of multifunctional land-use have intensified the need to improve crop productivity. ...
  • Allainguillaume, Joel; Alexander, Matthew C.; Bullock, J. M.; Saunders, M.; Allender, Charlotte J.; King, G.; Ford, C. S.; Wilkinson, M. J. (2006-04)
    Fitness of hybrids between genetically modified (GM) crops and wild relatives influences the likelihood of ecological harm. We measured fitness components in spontaneous (non-GM) rapeseed × Brassica rapa hybrids in natural ...
  • Russell M.; John; Peter M. (CABI Publishing, 2006)
    This book examines recent research into the molecular biology, genomics and transcriptomics of, and novel control strategies for, flatworm parasites. These include Cestodes (tapeworms) and Trematodes (flukes, schistosomes ...
  • Lee; Sarah; Ken (2012-10-01)
    Dietary consumption of flavonoids (plant phytochemicals) may improve memory and neuro-cognitive performance, though the mechanism is poorly understood. Previous work has assessed cognitive effects in vertebrates; here we ...
  • Robson, P. R. H.; Kelly, R.; Jensen, E. F.; Giddings, G. D.; Leitch, M.; Davey, C.; Gay, A. P.; Jenkins, G.; Thomas, Howard; Donnison, I. S. (2011-03)
    Previous studies of gene-flow in agriculture have used a range of physical and biochemical markers, including transgenes. However, physical and biochemical markers are not available for all commercial varieties, and ...
  • Briers, Robert A.; Cariss, Helen M.; Gee, John H. R. (2003-02-13)
    1. Dispersal of adult aquatic insects between streams may have important consequences for local and regional population dynamics, but little is known about how dispersal is affected by weather conditions. 2. The influence ...

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