Browsing Gwyddorau Biolegol, Amgylcheddol a Gwledig / Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences by Title

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  • 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’ ...
  • Sébastien; Servane; Jean Bernard; Sylvain; 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 ...
  • Guri; Angela M.; Li; Carla; Linda; Steeve; Sally; Ankuta; Keith; Bruno; Adam P; Anna; Mohamed; Rhonda; Rocio; Sophie; Stefano; Matt; Karen; Adam; Karl-Dieter; Patrick; Francoise; David; Mark; Deanna; Ulrich; Johannes H.; Svenga; Zelek; Daniel F.; Diane E.; Steven L.; Steven; Darlene; David C.; Ning; Hong; Hong; Lucy; Chuanyun; Marc; Rong; Patrice; Siew Loon; Jose L.; Christopher J.; Matthias; Petra; Bart; Greg; Brenda; Daniel D.; Sharon; Reginald K.; Jeffrey N.; Giorgio; Marleen; Guido; Chin-yun; Teresa R.; Julie; Elizabeth A.; Yonghong; Grace; Elaine; Kexin; Howard; Jef D.; Michael; Peter; Ronald W.; 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 ...
  • Cheng, Zhukan K.; Dong, Fenggao G.; Langdon, Tim; Ouyang, Shu; Buell, C. Robin; Gu, Minghong; Blattner, Frederick R.; Jiang, Jiming M. (2002)
    The centromere of eukaryotic chromosomes is essential for the faithful segregation and inheritance of genetic information. In the majority of eukaryotic species, centromeres are associated with highly repetitive DNA, and ...
  • E.; M.; M. S.; S.; Jan; Jim (CABI Publishing, 2006-04)
    This book brings together the papers presented orally or as posters at the Sixth International Workshop on Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals, held in Wageningen, The Netherlands, 6 - 8 September 2004. The ...
  • Graham C.; Roger (2001)
    In grasses, obligate mutualist fungal endophytes (Neotyphodium spp.) have ecological and economic significance because of the impact of fungal secondary metabolites on herbivores. These endophytes infect leaves and stems ...
  • Robert J.; Roger; W. H. Gera (2005)
  • Heilmann-Clausen, Jacob; Barron, Elizabeth S; Boddy, Lynne; Dahlberg, Anders; Griffith, Gareth W; Nordén, Jenni; Ovaskainen, Otso; Perini, Claudia; Senn-Irlet, Beatrice; Halme, Panu (2015-02)
    Hitherto fungi have rarely been considered in conservation biology, but this is changing as the field moves from addressing single species issues to an integrative ecosystem-based approach. The current emphasis on biodiversity ...
  • K. L.; Timothy L. W.; Michael F. (2003-01)
    When barley, wheat or oat leaf epidermal cells were attacked by their appropriate forma specialis (f.sp.) of Blumeria graminis DC. Speer (f.sp. hordei, tritici and avenae, respectively), many attempted penetrations succeeded, ...
  • M. J.; P. J.; K. E.; S. (2005-12)
    Three successive field experiments (2000/01–2002/03) assessed the effect of wheat cultivar (Consort, Hereward and Shamrock) and fungicide (epoxiconazole and azoxystrobin) applied at and after flag leaf emergence on the ...
  • Sharma, P. C.; Singh, Dhananjay; Sehgal, Deepmala; Singh, Gurbachan; Hash, Charles T.; Yadav, Rattan Singh (2014-06)
    Earlier, we established that a major drought tolerance QTL on linkage group 2 of pearl millet is also associated with reduced salt uptake and enhanced growth under salt stress. Present study was undertaken to re-assess the ...
  • Marshall, Athole Hay; Cowan, A. A.; Middleton, B. M.; Thomas, G. L. (2008)
  • Hastings, Astley; Clifton-Brown, John Cedric; Wattenbach, Martin; Mitchell, C. Paul; Stampfl, Paul F.; Smith, Pete (2009-04-01)
    European field experiments have demonstrated Miscanthus can produce some of the highest energy yields per hectare of all potential energy crops. Previous modelling studies using MISCANMOD have calculated the potential ...
  • Hayward, Mike Denis (2000)
  • Scollan, N. D.; Greenwood, P. L.; Newbold, C. J.; Yanez Ruiz, D. R.; Shingfield, K. J.; Wallace, R. J.; Hocquette, J. F. (2010-12-15)
    This paper reports the outcomes from an International Workshop on 'Animal Production in a Changing World' held in Clermont-Ferrand (INRA-Theix, France) on 9-10 September 2009 in which 35 participants from 15 different ...
  • Scollan, Nigel D.; Hocquette, J. F.; Medale, F.; Duffy, G.; Richardson, R. Ian; Prache, S. (2005)
    Quality must now be considered as a convergence between consumers' wishes and needs and the intrinsic and extrinsic quality attributes of food products. The increasing number of quality attributes which must be considered, ...
  • Lee, David; Lupotto, Elisabetta; Powell, Wayne (2009-05-02)
    The mutations that convey the white pericarp phenotype to rice (Oryza sativa subsp. japonica) are in a regulatory gene, Rc. We have identified a genetic difference between the cultivar ‘Perla’ and its natural red rice ...
  • Wilkins, Pete W.; Lovatt, J. Alan (2011-06-01)
    In Western Europe and elsewhere there has been considerable effort during the last 100 years devoted to improving perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) for agriculture. The first persistent cultivars to be widely used ...

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